Day 198 - 08 Dec 95 - Page 03
1 my entire career with the Company. I was trained how to do
4 Q. You told us yesterday or the day before that originally it
5 was done manually and that when the Husky system was
6 introduced, you thought in about 1989, it only happened
8 A. That is correct.
10 Q. You told us also that when there was a change of Supervisor
11 from Mr. Davis to Mr. Scale, so far as you were concerned,
12 it stopped but that you discovered that your First
13 Assistant, Sally Spurgeon, went on doing it; is that right?
14 A. That is correct.
16 Q. Could you find, please -- it is in the yellow volume XB at
17 tab 34B -- the statement of Tracey Milleine, behind which
18 there should be two clock card file sheets and an
19 adjustments audit report sheet. I do not know which order
20 they are in.
21 A. Yes.
23 Q. Which order do they come in?
24 A. The clock card files are on top.
26 MR. JUSTICE BELL: If you just pause a minute, Mr. Rampton. I
27 was distracted by doing something else. What is the
28 reference in that?
30 MR. RAMPTON: 34B.
32 MR. JUSTICE BELL: Which volume?
34 MR. RAMPTON: XB, yellow XB.
36 MR. JUSTICE BELL: Yes.
38 MR. RAMPTON (To the witness): Would you look at the little
39 date, please, at the top of the first of those clock card
40 files sheets?
42 MS. STEEL: Can we know which one we are on?
44 MR. RAMPTON: The first clock card file sheet. It has "page 1"
45 on the top right-hand corner.
47 MS. STEEL: Yes.
49 MR. JUSTICE BELL: No, it is the next sheet, I think,
50 Ms. Steel.
52 MR. RAMPTON: My Lord, as I say, I do not know which order they
53 are in.
55 MR. JUSTICE BELL: You see, there are various sheets, and
56 I think the trouble is we are not familiar with what they
57 actually are. I think the clock card file is the third.
58 It is one which covers the whole page, not just part of