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What are dealings included on the GMO Register

The Gene Technology Regulator (the Regulator) may make a determination to include dealings with genetically modified organisms (GMOs) on the GMO Register according to section 78 of the Gene Technology Act 2000 (the Act). To be included on the GMO Register, the dealings must first have been authorised by a GMO licence.

Dealings will not be entered onto the GMO Register until the Regulator is satisfied that the risks posed by the dealings are minimal and that it is not necessary for anyone conducting the dealings to be covered by a licence in order to protect the health and safety of people or the environment. (See Part 6, Division 3 of the Act).

GMO Register applications under evaluation

Represents the status of application and includes links to the relevant documents
Register Application Number Dealings for inclusion on the register Current licence for the dealings Invitation to comment - Open Invitation to comment - Closed (under consideration by the Regulator)
 

There are currently no applications under evaluation for the GMO Register.

GMO dealings included on the GMO Register

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