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SR 2000 No. 306 Regulations as made
These Regulations amend the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Regulations 1999.
Administered by: Health
General Comments: This instrument was backcaptured in accordance with Section 36 of the Legislative Instruments Act 2003
Registered 01 Jan 2005
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR27-Nov-2000
Tabled Senate27-Nov-2000
Gazetted 16 Nov 2000
Date of repeal 19 Mar 2014
Repealed by Health (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2014

Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Amendment Regulations 2000 (No. 1)1

Statutory Rules 2000 No. 3062

I, WILLIAM PATRICK DEANE, Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, make the following Regulations under the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Act 1998.

Dated 9 November 2000

WILLIAM DEANE

Governor-General

By His Excellency’s Command

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1              Name of Regulations

                These Regulations are the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Amendment Regulations 2000 (No. 1).

2              Commencement

                These Regulations commence on gazettal.

3              Amendment of Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Regulations 1999

                Schedule 1 amends the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Regulations 1999.


Schedule 1        Amendments

Do not delete : Schedule Part placeholder

(regulation 3)

[1]         Subregulation 4 (3)

substitute

         (3)   However, the CEO may declare, in writing, on a case by case basis, that an apparatus is not a controlled apparatus.

Note   A decision to refuse to make a declaration is reviewable under regulation 66.

      (3A)   The CEO must not make a declaration under subregulation (3) unless the CEO is satisfied that:

                (a)    the apparatus does not pose an unacceptable potential hazard to the health and safety of people or to the environment; and

               (b)    it would be inappropriate, in all the circumstances, for the apparatus to be a controlled apparatus.

[2]         Subregulation 6 (3)

substitute

         (3)   However, the CEO may declare, in writing, on a case by case basis, that a facility is not a prescribed radiation facility.

Note   A decision to refuse to make a declaration is reviewable under regulation 66.

      (3A)   The CEO must not make a declaration under subregulation (3) unless the CEO is satisfied that:

                (a)    the facility does not pose an unacceptable potential hazard to the health and safety of people or to the environment; and

               (b)    it would be inappropriate, in all the circumstances, for the facility to be a prescribed radiation facility.

[3]         Subregulation 6 (5)

omit

[4]         Part 2, after Division 2

insert

Division 2A           Controlled person

6A           Prescribed Commonwealth place

                For paragraph (d) of the definition of controlled person in section 13 of the Act, the place known as Building 64, as shown on site plan drawing No. A3E 111993 dated November 1999, Lucas Heights Science and Research Centre, New Illawarra Road, Lucas Heights, in the local government area of Sutherland, Parish of Eckersley, County of Cumberland, erected on part of the land contained in Certificate of Title folio identifier 1/89876, is a prescribed Commonwealth place.

[5]         Subregulations 8 (2), (3) and (4)

after

contains

insert

, or is designed to contain,

[6]         Subregulations 37 (1) and (2)

substitute

         (1)   The CEO may declare, in writing, on a case by case basis, that conduct of a kind mentioned in paragraph 30 (1) (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e) of the Act by a specified controlled person in relation to a specified controlled facility (including any future conduct by the controlled person in relation to the controlled facility) does not, or will not pose, an unacceptable potential hazard to the health and safety of people or to the environment.

Note   A decision to refuse to make a declaration is reviewable under regulation 66.

[7]         Subregulations 37 (3) and (4)

renumber as subregulations 37 (2) and (3)

[8]         Subregulations 37 (5) and (6)

substitute

         (4)   For paragraph 30 (1) (g) of the Act, a controlled person is exempted in relation to conduct of a kind mentioned in paragraph 30 (1) (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e) of the Act in relation to a controlled facility if:

                (a)    the controlled person, the kind of conduct and the controlled facility are specified in a declaration that is made and published under this regulation; and

               (b)    the declaration is in effect at the time the conduct is undertaken.

[9]         Subregulation 37A (1)

omit

subregulation 37 (2)

insert

subregulation 37 (1)

[10]      Paragraph 37A (2) (b)

substitute

               (b)    a description of the controlled person, the kind of conduct and the controlled facility that are to be the subject of the declaration, and the text of any statements permitted under subregulation 37 (2).

[11]      Subregulations 38 (1) and (2)

substitute

         (1)   For paragraph 31 (1) (b) of the Act, a dealing that is described in Part 1 of Schedule 2 is an exempt dealing.

[12]      Subregulation 38 (3)

after

in writing,

insert

on a case by case basis,

[13]      After subregulation 38 (3)

insert

Note   A decision to refuse to make a declaration is reviewable under regulation 66.

[14]      Subregulation 38 (5)

after

in writing,

insert

on a case by case basis,

[15]      After subregulation 38 (5)

insert

Note   A decision to refuse to make a declaration is reviewable under regulation 66.

[16]      Subregulation 38 (6)

after

in writing,

insert

on a case by case basis,

[17]      After subregulation 38 (6)

insert

Note   A decision to refuse to make a declaration is reviewable under regulation 66.

[18]      Part 4, Division 2A

substitute

Division 2A           Licence application fees

40A         Purpose of Division 2A

                For paragraph 34 (b) of the Act, this Division prescribes:

                (a)    the fee that must accompany an application for a facility licence; and

               (b)    the fee that must accompany an application for a source licence.

40B         Facility licences — nuclear installations

         (1)   This regulation applies to an application for a facility licence that authorises persons to do a thing mentioned in column 2 of an item in Schedule 3A in relation to a controlled facility that is a nuclear installation.

         (2)   The application fee for the licence is the fee mentioned in column 3 of the item.

40C         Facility licences — prescribed radiation facilities

         (1)   This regulation applies to an application for a facility licence that authorises persons to do a thing mentioned in paragraph 30 (1) (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e) of the Act in relation to a controlled facility that is a prescribed radiation facility of a kind mentioned in column 2 of an item in Part 1 of Schedule 3B.

         (2)   The application fee for the licence is:

                (a)    subject to paragraph (b), the fee mentioned in column 3 of the relevant item in Part 1 of Schedule 3B; or

               (b)    if the thing authorised to be done by the licence is mentioned in column 2 of an item in Part 2 of Schedule 3B — the fee mentioned in column 3 of that item.

         (3)   If the application is for a licence that authorises persons to do 2 or more of the things mentioned in paragraphs 30 (1) (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) of the Act in relation to the controlled facility, the application fee for the licence is the sum of the application fees for each thing authorised to be done by the licence.

40D         Source licences

         (1)   This regulation applies to an application for a source licence that authorises persons to deal with a controlled apparatus or a controlled material of a kind mentioned in column 2 of an item in Group 1, 2 or 3 of Part 1 of Schedule 3C.

         (2)   The application fee for the licence is the fee mentioned in column 3 of the item in Part 2 of Schedule 3C that relates to the number of controlled apparatus or controlled materials from the same Group of Part 1 of Schedule 3C that:

                (a)    are sought to be dealt with under the application; and

               (b)    are in the same location.

         (3)   A controlled apparatus or controlled material (the first controlled apparatus or controlled material) is in the same location as another controlled apparatus or controlled material (the other controlled apparatus or controlled material) if the first controlled apparatus or controlled material is in an area within a radius of 5 kilometres of the other controlled apparatus or controlled material.

[19]      Regulations 54 and 55

substitute

54            Approval required to construct safety item

                The holder of a licence, or a person covered by a licence, must not construct an item that is important for safety, and that is identified in a safety analysis report, as part of the construction of a controlled facility, unless the CEO has given the holder, or the person, approval to construct the item.

55            Approval required to load nuclear fuel

                The holder of a licence, or a person covered by a licence, must not load nuclear fuel into a controlled facility, as part of the construction of the facility, unless the CEO has given the holder, or the person, approval to load the fuel.

[20]      Part 4, after Division 4

insert

Division 5              Licence annual charges

55A         Time for payment of annual charge

                The annual charge for a facility licence or a source licence must be paid:

                (a)    for a licence held during the financial year ending on 30 June 2000 — on or before 30 days after the commencement of this regulation; and

               (b)    for a licence held during the financial year ending on 30 June 2001 — on or before the later of:

                          (i)    30 days after the commencement of this regulation; and

                         (ii)    30 days after the date when the licence was issued; and

                (c)    for a licence held during a later financial year — on or before the later of:

                          (i)    31 July in that financial year; and

                         (ii)    30 days after the date when the licence was issued.

55B         Pro-rating of annual charge

         (1)   If a facility licence or source licence is not held during the whole of a financial year, the CEO may decide to pro-rate the amount of the annual charge for the licence for the year.

         (2)   If the CEO decides to pro-rate the amount of the annual charge, the amount must be pro-rated in accordance with regulation 55D.

         (3)   This regulation applies to:

                (a)    an annual charge, unpaid in part, or in full, at the commencement of this regulation, for a financial year that commenced before the commencement of this regulation; and

               (b)    an annual charge for each financial year that commences after the commencement of this regulation.

55C         Refund of annual charge

         (1)   This regulation applies in relation to the annual charge for a facility licence or a source licence for a financial year if:

                (a)    the whole, or part, of the annual charge for the licence for the year has been paid; and

               (b)    the licence is suspended, cancelled or surrendered before the end of the year.

         (2)   The CEO may decide to refund to the holder of the licence part of the amount of the annual charge that has been paid for the licence for the year.

         (3)   If the CEO decides to refund part of the amount of the annual charge, the amount of the refund must be calculated in accordance with regulation 55D.

55D         Method for pro-rating annual charge or calculating amount of refund

         (1)   This regulation sets out:

                (a)    for regulation 55B, the method for pro-rating the amount of annual charge for a facility licence or a source licence for a financial year; and

               (b)    for regulation 55C, the method for calculating the amount of annual charge for a facility licence or a source licence for a financial year that may be refunded to the holder of the licence.

         (2)   The method is:

where:

AC is the amount of the annual charge for the licence for the year.

M is the number of months of the year during which the licence is held.

Note   The amount of the annual charge for a facility licence or a source licence for a year is prescribed in the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety (Licence Charges) Regulations 2000.

         (3)   For subregulation (2), a licence that is held for part of a month only is taken to be held for the whole of that month.

[21]      Subregulations 58 (2) and (3)

omit

regulation 64.

insert

regulation 62.

[22]      After Part 6

insert

Part 7                 Miscellaneous

65            International agreements

                For paragraph 84 (3) (b) of the Act, each international agreement mentioned in Schedule 5 is prescribed.

66            Review of decisions by CEO

         (1)   A controlled person who is affected by a decision of the CEO to refuse to make a declaration under subregulation 4 (3), 6 (3), 37 (1), 38 (3), 38 (5) or 38 (6) may request that the Minister reconsider the CEO’s decision.

         (2)   The request must be:

                (a)    in writing; and

               (b)    given to the Minister within 90 days after the making of the decision.

         (3)   The Minister must reconsider the CEO’s decision and confirm, vary or set aside the decision.

Note   Under section 27A of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975, the Minister must give to any person whose interests are affected by the decision notice, in writing or otherwise, of the making of the decision and of the person’s right to have the decision reviewed. In giving that notice, the Minister must have regard to the Code of Practice determined under section 27B of that Act (Gazette No. S 432, 7 December 1994), accessible on the Internet at:

http://scaleplus.law.gov.au/html/instruments/0/14/0/IN000020.htm

         (4)   The Minister is taken to have confirmed the CEO’s decision under subregulation (3) if the Minister does not give written notice of the Minister’s decision under that subregulation within 60 days after the request is received.

         (5)   Application may be made to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for review of a decision of the Minister under subregulation (3) to confirm, vary or set aside the CEO’s decision.

[23]      Schedule 2, Part 1, after item 7

insert

          8    The dealing involves a controlled apparatus or controlled material that is part of, used in connection with, produced by, incorporated in, stored in, or disposed of in, a controlled facility for which a facility licence is in force.

[24]      Schedules 3A to 3F

substitute

Schedule 3A      Facility licence application fees — nuclear installations

(regulation 40B)

 

Item

Thing authorised to be done by licence

Fee ($)

1

Preparing a site for a controlled facility, being a nuclear reactor that is designed:

   (a)  for research or production of nuclear materials for industrial or medical use (including critical and subcritical assemblies); and

  (b)  to have maximum thermal power of less than 1 megawatt

20 000

2

Constructing a controlled facility, being a nuclear reactor that is designed:

   (a)  for research or production of nuclear materials for industrial or medical use (including critical and subcritical assemblies); and

  (b)  to have maximum thermal power of less than 1 megawatt

125 000

3

Possessing or controlling a controlled facility, being a nuclear reactor:

   (a)  for research or production of nuclear materials for industrial or medical use (including critical and subcritical assemblies); and

  (b)  with maximum thermal power of less than 1 megawatt

100 000

4

Operating a controlled facility, being a nuclear reactor:

   (a)  for research or production of nuclear materials for industrial or medical use (including critical and subcritical assemblies); and

  (b)  with maximum thermal power of less than 1 megawatt

50 000

5

De-commissioning, disposing of or abandoning a controlled facility, being a nuclear reactor that:

   (a)  was used for research or production of nuclear materials for industrial or medical use (including critical and subcritical assemblies); and

  (b)  had maximum thermal power of less than 1 megawatt

50 000

6

Preparing a site for a controlled facility, being a nuclear reactor that is designed:

   (a)  for research or production of nuclear materials for industrial or medical use (including critical and subcritical assemblies); and

  (b)  to have maximum thermal power of 1 megawatt or more

100 000

7

Constructing a controlled facility, being a nuclear reactor that is designed:

   (a)  for research or production of nuclear materials for industrial or medical use (including critical and subcritical assemblies); and

  (b)  to have maximum thermal power of 1 megawatt or more

400 000

8

Possessing or controlling a controlled facility, being a nuclear reactor:

   (a)  for research or production of nuclear materials for industrial or medical use (including critical and subcritical assemblies); and

  (b)  with maximum thermal power of 1 megawatt or more

20 000

9

Operating a controlled facility, being a nuclear reactor:

   (a)  for research or production of nuclear materials for industrial or medical use (including critical and subcritical assemblies); and

  (b)  with maximum thermal power of 1 megawatt or more

300 000

10

De-commissioning, disposing of or abandoning a controlled facility, being a nuclear reactor that:

   (a)  was used for research or production of nuclear materials for industrial or medical use (including critical and subcritical assemblies); and

  (b)  had maximum thermal power of 1 megawatt or more

100 000

11

Preparing a site for a controlled facility, being a plant for preparing or storing fuel for use in a nuclear reactor of a kind mentioned in any of items 1 to 9

10 000

12

Constructing a controlled facility, being a plant for preparing or storing fuel for use in a nuclear reactor of a kind mentioned in any of items 1 to 9

45 000

13

Possessing or controlling a controlled facility, being a plant for preparing or storing fuel for use in a nuclear reactor of a kind mentioned in any of items 1 to 9

10 000

14

Operating a controlled facility, being a plant for preparing or storing fuel for use in a nuclear reactor of a kind mentioned in any of items 1 to 9

45 000

15

De-commissioning, disposing of or abandoning a controlled facility, being a plant that was used for preparing or storing fuel for use in a nuclear reactor of a kind mentioned in any of items 1 to 9

20 000

16

Preparing a site for a controlled facility, being a nuclear waste storage or disposal facility that is designed to contain waste with an activity that is more than the relevant activity level prescribed by regulation 8

100 000

17

Constructing a controlled facility, being a nuclear waste storage or disposal facility that is designed to contain waste with an activity that is more than the relevant activity level prescribed by regulation 8

150 000

18

Possessing or controlling a controlled facility, being a nuclear waste storage or disposal facility with an activity that is more than the relevant activity level prescribed by regulation 8

10 000

19

Operating a controlled facility, being a nuclear waste storage or disposal facility with an activity that is more than the relevant activity level prescribed by regulation 8

150 000

20

De-commissioning, disposing of or abandoning a controlled facility, being a nuclear waste storage or disposal facility that formerly contained waste with an activity that is more than the relevant activity level prescribed by regulation 8

20 000

21

Preparing a site for a controlled facility, being a facility to produce radioisotopes, containing a mixture of controlled materials, with an activity that is more than the activity level prescribed by regulation 11

50 000

22

Constructing a controlled facility, being a facility to produce radioisotopes, containing a mixture of controlled materials, with an activity that is more than the activity level prescribed by regulation 11

100 000

23

Possessing or controlling a controlled facility, being a facility to produce radioisotopes, containing a mixture of controlled materials, with an activity that is more than the activity level prescribed by regulation 11

10 000

24

Operating a controlled facility, being a facility to produce radioisotopes, containing a mixture of controlled materials, with an activity that is more than the activity level prescribed by regulation 11

90 000

25

De-commissioning, disposing of, or abandoning a controlled facility, being a facility that formerly produced radioisotopes, containing a mixture of controlled materials, with an activity that was more than the activity level prescribed by regulation 11

20 000

Schedule 3B      Facility licence application fees — prescribed radiation facilities

(regulation 40C)

Part 1          Fees — general

 

Item

Kind of prescribed radiation facility

Fee ($)

1

Particle accelerator with a beam energy of more than 1 MeV

9 000

2

Particle accelerator capable of producing neutrons

9 000

3

Irradiator containing more than 1015 Bq of a controlled material

9 000

4

Irradiator containing more than 1013 Bq of a controlled material but not including shielding as an integral part of its construction

9 000

5

Irradiator containing more than 1013 Bq of a controlled material and including shielding as an integral part of its construction, but the shielding does not prevent a person from being exposed to the source

9 000

6

Irradiator containing more than 1013 Bq of a controlled material and including shielding as an integral part of its construction, and with a source that is not inside the shielding during the operation of the irradiator

9 000

7

Facility for the production, processing, use, storage, management or disposal of sealed sources of controlled materials of activity in a quantity more than 109 times that mentioned in column 4 of Part 2 of Schedule 2

18 000

8

Facility for the production, processing, use, storage, management or disposal of unsealed sources of controlled materials of activity in a quantity more than 106 times that mentioned in column 4 of Part 2 of Schedule 2

18 000

9

Facility for the production, processing, use, storage, management or disposal of a mixture of controlled materials, the activity of which, worked out using the method set out in subregulation 6 (2), is more than the applicable level mentioned in that subregulation

18 000

Note   If the application is for a licence that authorises persons to do 2 or more of the things mentioned in paragraphs 30 (1) (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) of the Act in relation to the prescribed radiation facility, the application fee for the licence is the sum of the application fees for each thing authorised to be done by the licence — see subregulation 40C (3).

Part 2          Fees — other

 

Item

Thing authorised to be done by licence

Fee ($)

1

De-commissioning a controlled facility, being a prescribed radiation facility that was formerly used as a nuclear or atomic weapon test site

30 000

2

Disposing of or abandoning a controlled facility, being a prescribed radiation facility that was formerly used as a nuclear or atomic weapon test site

20 000

3

De-commissioning a controlled facility, being a prescribed radiation facility that was formerly used for the mining, processing, use, storage, management or disposal of radioactive ores

30 000

4

Disposing of or abandoning a controlled facility, being a prescribed radiation facility that was formerly used for the mining, processing, use, storage, management or disposal of radioactive ores

20 000

Schedule 3C      Source licence application fees

(regulation 40D)

Part 1          Kinds of controlled apparatus or controlled material

 

Item

Controlled apparatus or controlled material

Group 1

1

Sealed source for calibration purposes of activity of 40 MBq or less

2

Sealed source in a fully enclosed analytical device

3

Sealed source with activity of 400 MBq or less in a fixed gauge

4

Sealed source in a blood irradiator

5

Sealed source in a bone densitometer

6

Sealed source that:

   (a)  is in storage and awaiting disposal; and

  (b)  has a nuclide with a maximum activity of not more than 109 times the amount mentioned in column 4 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 for that kind of nuclide

7

Unsealed source, or sources, in a laboratory or premises, having nuclides of 1 kind only with a maximum activity not more than 100 times the amount mentioned in column 4 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 for that kind of nuclide

8

Unsealed source, or sources, in a laboratory or premises, having nuclides such that when the maximum activity of each nuclide in the source, or sources, is divided by the amount mentioned in column 4 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 for that kind of nuclide, the total of the results for all nuclides in the source, or sources, is not more than 100

9

Mammographic x-ray unit

10

Conventional dental x-ray unit

11

X-ray unit used for bone densitometry

12

X-ray unit used for veterinary radiography

13

Fully enclosed x-ray analysis unit

14

Baggage inspection x-ray unit

15

Mobile or portable medical x-ray unit

16

Magnetic field non-destructive testing device

17

Induction heater or induction furnace

18

Industrial radiofrequency heater or welder

19

Radiofrequency plasma tube

20

Microwave or radiofrequency diathermy equipment

21

Industrial microwave or radiofrequency processing system

22

Optical source, other than a laser product, emitting ultraviolet radiation, infra-red or visible light.

23

Laser product with accessible emission level more than the accessible emission limit of a Class 3B (Restricted) laser product, set out in Australia/New Zealand Standard AS/NZA 2211.1:1997

24

Optical fibre communication system exceeding Hazard Level 3A, as set out in Australia/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 2211.2:1997

Group 2

25

Sealed source for calibration purposes of activity of more than 40 MBq

26

Sealed source in a partially enclosed analytical device

27

Sealed source of activity of more than 400 MBq in a fixed gauge

28

Sealed source in a mobile gauge

29

Sealed source for medical or veterinary diagnostic nuclear medicine use

30

Unsealed source, or sources, in a laboratory or premises, having nuclides of 1 kind only with a maximum activity of more than 100, but not more than 10 000, times the amount mentioned in column 4 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 for that kind of nuclide

31

Unsealed source, or sources, in a laboratory or premises, having nuclides such that when the maximum activity of each nuclide in the source, or sources, is divided by the amount mentioned in column 4 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 for that kind of nuclide, the total of the results for all nuclides in the source, or sources, is more than 100 but not more than 10 000

32

Unsealed sources used for tracer studies

33

Industrial radiography x-ray unit

34

Fixed medical x-ray unit, including a unit used for fluoroscopy, tomography and chiropractic radiography

35

Partially enclosed x-ray analysis unit

36

Medical therapy simulator

37

CT scanner

Group 3

38

Sealed source for industrial radiography

39

Sealed source for medical and veterinary radiotherapy

40

Sealed source in a bore hole logger

41

Sealed source of controlled material not mentioned in another item of this Schedule

42

Unsealed source, or sources, in a laboratory or premises, having nuclides of 1 kind only with a maximum activity of more than 10 000, but not more than 1 000 000, times the amount mentioned in column 4 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 for that kind of nuclide

43

Unsealed source, or sources, in a laboratory or premises, having nuclides such that when the maximum activity of each nuclide in the source, or sources, is divided by the amount mentioned in column 4 of Part 2 of Schedule 2 for that kind of nuclide, the total of the results for all nuclides in the source, or sources, is more than 10 000 but not more than 1 000 000

44

Veterinary or medical radiotherapy unit

45

Controlled apparatus that produces ionizing radiation not mentioned in another item of this Schedule

Note   The dictionary in these Regulations defines sealed source and unsealed source.

Part 2          Fees

 

Item

Number of controlled apparatus or controlled materials in the same location to be dealt with under application

Fee ($)

1

For less than 4 controlled apparatus or controlled materials from:

 

 

   (a)  Group 1

500

 

  (b)  Group 2

2 000

 

   (c)  Group 3

6 000

2

For more than 3, but less than 11, controlled apparatus or controlled materials from:

 

 

   (a)  Group 1

1 300

 

  (b)  Group 2 

4 000

 

   (c)  Group 3

12 000

3

For 11 or more controlled apparatus or controlled materials from:

 

 

   (a)  Group 1

2 500

 

  (b)  Group 2

7 520

 

   (c)  Group 3

22 000

[25]      After Schedule 4

insert

Schedule 5        International agreements

(regulation 65)

 

Item

Title of agreement

Date agreement signed on behalf of Australia

1

Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of New Zealand concerning the Transfer of Uranium

14 September 1999

2

Agreement for Cooperation between Australia and the United States of America concerning Technology for the Separation of Isotopes of Uranium by Laser Excitation, Agreed Minute, and Exchange of Notes

28 October 1999

[26]      Dictionary, after definition of action level

insert

application fee, for a licence, includes the ordinary costs of processing the application for the licence, but does not include any additional expenses that may be incurred by the CEO in respect of any peer review or consultancy that the CEO considers necessary for the purpose of deciding whether to issue the licence.

[27]      Dictionary, after definition of external exposure

insert

holder, of a licence, means the controlled person to whom the licence is issued.

[28]      Dictionary, after definition of Remuneration Tribunal

insert

same location, in relation to a controlled apparatus or controlled material — see subregulation 40D (3).

Notes

1.       These Regulations amend Statutory Rules 1999 No. 37, as amended by 1999 No. 97.

2.       Notified in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette on 16 November 2000.