The Order of Business for the Senate are essentially the same as the Order of Business for the House of Assembly.
The only difference is that the Order of Business and the Orders of the Day are in one document; in the House of Assembly they are two separate documents.
The Order of Business Paper shows a detailed outline of the agenda of the Senate for that particular sitting. The President will use this paper as a guideline for the proceedings of the Senate. It will also state the other announcements by the President.