Contents

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Part 1: About the NICNAS reforms
  3. Part 2: Development of reforms implementation detail
  4. Part 3: Categorisation of chemical introductions
    1. 3.1 Key features of the categories for unlisted introductions
    2. 3.2 How to categorise unlisted chemical introductions
    3. 3.3 Previous consultation on categorisation criteria
    4. 3.4 Criteria to determine the human health introduction category
    5. 3.5 Criteria to determine the environment category
    6. 3.6 Criteria for categorisation as Reported using the international pathway
  5. Part 4: Information requirements for categorisation and assessment of unlisted chemical introductions
    1. 4.1 Exempted introductions
    2. 4.2 Reported introductions
    3. 4.3 Assessed introductions
  6. Part 5: Categorising an unlisted chemical introduction – hazard information requirements
    1. 5.2 Information requirements to determine the human health introduction category
    2. 5.3 Information requirements to determine the environment introduction category
  7. Part 6: Specified chemical introductions - additional requirements
  8. Part 7: Regulatory treatment of unlisted chemicals introduced at the nanoscale
    1. 7.1 Proposal for regulatory treatment of nanoscale chemicals
    2. 7.2 Background on regulatory treatment of nanoscale chemicals
  9. Part 8: Commercial evaluation authorisation
  10. Part 9: Ban on the use of new animal test data for cosmetic ingredients
  11. Part 10: Other matters
  12. Attachment A: Introductions of chemicals that are comparable to listed chemicals
  13. Attachment B: Polymer of low concern criteria
  14. Attachment C: Persistent Bioaccumulative and Toxic substances criteria
  15. Abbreviated terms
  16. Defined terms