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This fact sheet aims to clarify what level of notification and advance warning is required for low-level (PC1 and PC2, excluding PC2 Large Scale) certified facilities that undergo maintenance work.
This decision tree provides assistance on which type of form needs to be completed when conducting maintenance or repair work on a low level containment facility.
This Statement of Intent outlines the activities of the Gene Technology Regulator (the Regulator) and the Office of the Gene Technology Regulator (OGTR) over the next 3 years from 2023-2026.
Accredited Organisations use this form to demonstrate that they are meeting their obligations and responsibilities. Completion of the form is an condition of accreditation.
This documents helps with the correct classification of NLRDs being included in the Record of Assessment for reporting online.
This is a hypothetical case study provided as an example. It should not be cited as evidence in an application. Although the data and discussions are representative, this example may not include all considerations needed when assessing risks from a proposed GM plant limited and controlled release.
This application form is for dealings (activities) involving limited and controlled release of genetically modified (GM) plants into the environment.
This infographic gives a brief description of the difference between OGTR and FSANZ regulatory remits, where the OGTR conducts risk analysis and licensing for commercial cultivation, while FSANZ conducts food safety assessments, approves food for sale and sets labelling requirements.
IBCs can use this model form when making an NLRD record of assessment (RoA) and recording that it has been given to the proponent.
Use this form to apply for a declaration that specified information is confidential commercial information (CCI) under the Gene Technology Act 2000.
Four genetically modified (GM) crops have been approved for cultivation in Australia: cotton, canola, Indian mustard and safflower. GM flowers have also been approved for growing or importing into Australia. Other crops are undergoing field trials.
This document provides baseline information about the parent organism for use in risk assessments of genetically modified (GM) Musa spp. that may be released into the Australian environment.