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Current GM plants authorised for release into the environment (GMO Register and licences for commercial releases)
Tables of all current commercially released GM plants in Australia and their OECD unique identifiers.
This application is for the certification of a facility to a specified containment level in accordance with Guidelines for the Certification of Physical Containment Facilities issued under the Gene Technology Act 2000 and any applicable state legislation.
These guidelines describe the requirements for the certification of each level and type of physical containment facility as per section 90 of the Gene Technology Act 2000 (the Act).
These checklists list the requirements of the Gene Technology Regulator’s guidelines for certification of a physical containment facility.
Guidelines for Certification of a Physical Containment Level 3 Facility - new Guidelines effective 1 December 2022
These guidelines contain the requirements for certification of a Physical Containment Level 3 (PC3) Facility issued pursuant to section 90 of the Gene Technology Act 2000 (the ACT) and state legislation.
Guidance for Certification of a Physical Containment Level 3 Facility – to be read with new Guidelines effective 1 December 2022
This guidance accompanies the Guidelines for certification of a Physical Containment Level 3 (PC3) Facility effective 1 December 2022.
Annual Inspection Checklist for a PC3 Facility - For facilities certified or re-certified after December 2022
Checklist for annual inspection against the usual Conditions of Certification as detailed in the Gene Technology Regulator’s Guidelines for Certification of a Physical Containment Level 3 Facility.
Checklist for the inspection of a new facility against the usual Conditions of Certification as detailed in the Gene Technology Regulator’s Guidelines for Certification of a Physical Containment Level 3 Facility Version 1.0 - 1 December 2022
The Biology of Lolium multiflorum Lam. (Italian ryegrass), Lolium perenne L. (perennial ryegrass), Lolium arundinaceum (Schreb.) Darbysh (tall fescue)
This document provides baseline information about the parent organism in risk assessments of genetically modified L. multiflorum, L. perenne and L. arundinaceum that may be released into the Australian environment.
This document describes the Physical Containment (PC) levels used by the Gene Technology Regulator in the certification of facilities. It also explains the categories of organisms and types of dealings intended to be contained in each facility type and PC level.
The report describes the roles and responsibilities of the Gene Technology Regulator (the Regulator) and the Office of the Gene Technology Regulator (OGTR) during 2021-22.
This guidance provides basic information to organisations in Australia wishing to conduct human clinical trials involving an experimental product that is, or contains, a genetically modified organism (GMO).
Regulatory approvals for activities with GMOs include two licence types based on whether or not they involve an intentional release of the GMO into the environment. Here is an explanation of what this means.