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NICNAS registration renewal due 31 August 2018
13 July 2018

Will you continue to import or manufacture industrial chemicals in the next registration year which begins on 1 September 2018? If you will, you must renew your registration with us. Do this before 31 August to avoid a late fee.

 

News and Notices

NICNAS registration renewal due 31 August 2018
13 July 2018

Will you continue to import or manufacture industrial chemicals in the next registration year which begins on 1 September 2018? If you will, you must renew your registration with us. Do this before 31 August to avoid a late fee.

Chemical Gazette July
3 July 2018

The July Gazette includes information on chemicals added to and deleted from the chemical inventory, as well as a summary of the latest assessment reports and permits.

IMAP Tranche 24 open for public comment
29 June 2018

Includes hydrochloric acid. Comments are open until 24 August 2018.

Help us improve our new website — 15 minute online survey
28 June 2018

This  survey closed on 2 July 2018.

We are planning a new website in July 2019 as part of the Australian Government’s reforms to the regulation of industrial chemicals and we'd like your feedback.

Trade Name Annex report
16 May 2018

In the Chemical Gazette May 2018 we confirmed the removal of all the products listed in the Trade Name Annex (TNA) and the addition of 12 industrial chemicals to the non-confidential section of the Inventory.

Update on business registration levels
16 May 2018

The number of businesses registered with us has exceeded 7000 for the first time. We've seen an increase across all areas, but mainly by small to medium enterprises.

Tetraethyl lead imports and exports
5 April 2018

A review of tetraethyl lead (TEL) imports and exports revealed high compliance with obligations under the ICNA Act and the Rotterdam Convention for international trade of hazardous chemicals.

IMAP Tranche 23 open for public comment
3 April 2018

Includes polymers and azo-based substances. Comments are open until 11 May 2018.

Industrial Chemicals reforms: update on implementation
9 March 2018

To assist regulated entities to adequately prepare for compliance with the new Australian Industrial Chemicals Introduction Scheme (AICIS), the Australian Government has decided to defer commencement of the scheme until 1 July 2019.

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High non-compliance among introducers using cosmetics exemption
2 March 2018

Compliance monitoring found many businesses are not meeting their legal obligations regarding the importation or manufacture of new industrial chemicals in cosmetics.

 
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Last update 17 July 2018