Find out how to apply for accreditation for your organisation to deal with genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
Work with certain GMOs must be done in certified facilities. Find out how to apply for certification.
A DIR is a dealing involving the intentional release of GMOs. Find out how to apply for a DIR licence.
A DNIR is a dealing not involving intentional release of a GMO into the environment. Find out how to apply for a DNIR licence.
Human clinical trials of GM therapeutics may require either a DIR or DNIR licence. Find out how to apply for a licence to conduct a human clinical trial of a GMO.
If you unintentionally come into possession of a GMO, you need a licence for all further dealings with it, including destruction. Learn how to apply for an inadvertent dealings licence.
An Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) must assess a notifiable low risk dealing (NLRD) before it can be undertaken. You must report all NLRDs to the Regulator.