You must not deal with a genetically modified organism (GMO) unless the dealing is approved. Learn about the steps for getting and maintaining approval.
Working with genetically modified organisms is called a dealing. Learn more about the dealing categories and their requirements for licencing and containment.
The GMO Register is a list of activities (dealings) with approved genetically modified organisms. It contains dealings found to be safe enough for anyone to undertake without the need for a licence. Find out how to add dealings to the register.
Find out how to protect commercially valuable information in a licence application.
Learn about the types of facilities and certification levels you need when working with certain genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
Find out how accreditation can help your organisation meet its obligations under the Gene Technology Act.
Find out more about the requirements for importing, and the guidelines for transporting, storing and disposing of GMOs or products containing GMOs.