A Queensland council is exploring what protocols can be put in place if Whitsunday MP Jason Costigan visits schools following allegations of harassment by multiple young women.
Mr Costigan is now an independent after being booted from the Liberal National Party over an allegation of harassment involving an 18-year-old girl on a rural Victoria property last month.
His former leader, Deb Frecklington, has referred additional accusations to Speaker Curtis Pitt, and asked him to investigate Mr Costigan for workplace misconduct.
Whitsunday Regional Council on Wednesday voted to ask Education Minister Grace Grace what, if any, systems could be put in place if Mr Costigan visits a school.
"I want the education minister to be able to have policies and procedures in place that he's escorted around and you know, he's not pinning badges on young students," councillor Michael Brunker told AAP.
"We've got parents that are concerned, we've got teachers that are concerned."
An Education Department spokesperson said school visits are subject to the consideration of individual principals.
AAP has sought comments from Mr Costigan.
Under parliamentary privilege on Tuesday, Leader of Opposition Business, Jarrod Bleijie, made public details of an initial complaint received by the LNP.
He also detailed under privilege allegations made by another four women since Mr Costigan was expelled from the party.
Mr Bleijie said the teenager in the first complaint feared she would be raped by Mr Costigan during an encounter last month.
He told parliament her family had complained that a "half naked" Mr Costigan followed the teenager into a bedroom and closed the door behind them.
Mr Bleijie said Mr Costigan had touched her back and hair, told her he liked young girls, offered to pay for her to visit him in his Whitsunday electorate.
Mr Costigan insists these allegations are sickening lies.