New scheme consultations
Most recent consultations
Principles for the design of fees and charges for AICIS
Closed on 14 October 2019
This consultation related to the costs of running AICIS which will be recovered through fees and charges imposed on importers and manufacturers (introducers) of industrial chemicals. We sought views on the principles and options, outlined in the Principles paper that we will use to establish fees and charges for AICIS.
Proposed changes to the draft General Rules
Closed on 17 May 2019
This consultation related to certain General Rules that are either new or require significant change from the earlier exposure draft as a result of the passage of the IC Act (as amended).
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|Name of consultation / document||Further details||Year(s) published|
Changes to categorisation of industrial chemicals since release of Consultation Paper 5
Changes are reflected in the draft Categorisation Guidelines and draft General Rules. We made these changes as a result of stakeholder feedback and the process of drafting the requirements into the General Rules and Categorisation Guidelines.
Consultation Papers 1-5 and stakeholder submissions and related material
|Assessment certificate applications under the reforms||This reforms consultation on requirements for the proposed new scheme. We sought feedback on the amount and types of information that you will be required to provide when applying for an assessment certificate for an unlisted chemical introduction under the proposed new scheme, the Australian Industrial Chemicals Introduction Scheme (AICIS).||2018|
|Using AICIS approved chemicals names (AACNs) for protecting confidentiality||This reforms consultation on guidance for the proposed new scheme. We sought feedback on the clarity of the guidance and our approach to masking a chemical name.||2018|
|Reforms Cost Recovery Model discussion paper|| |
This paper outlines the proposed funding model for the Australian Industrial Chemicals Introduction Scheme (AICIS).
|Reforms implementation plan|| |
The proposed implementation and consultation approach and proposed timelines.
|Reforms announcement|| |
The announcement made by the then Assistant Minister for Health, Senator the Hon Fiona Nash.
|Regulation impact statement|| |
Options for reforming the National Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme.
Last update 15 October 2019