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OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY REGULATIONS 2017


TABLE OF PROVISIONS

   PART 1.1--INTRODUCTORY MATTERS

   1.      Objectives  
   2.      Authorising provisions  
   3.      Commencement  
   4.      Revocation of existing Regulations  
   5.      Definitions  
   6.      Determinations of Authority  
   7.      Act compliance notes  
   8.      Independent contractors  
   9.      Health and safety representatives  
   10.     Designers, manufacturers and suppliers  
   11.     Duties of self-employed persons  
   12.     References to Parts  

   PART 1.2--INCORPORATED DOCUMENTS

   13.     Documents incorporated as in force from time to time  
   14.     Publication date of amendments to certain incorporated documents  
   15.     Date of effect of amendments to incorporated documents  
   16.     Inconsistencies between provisions  
   17.     Compliance with the GHS  

   PART 2.1--GENERAL DUTIES

   18.     Proper installation, use and maintenance of risk control measures  
   19.     Medical examinations and health monitoring  
   20.     Reports of health monitoring to be kept confidential  
   21.     How to involve health and safety representatives in consultation  

   PART 2.2--ISSUE RESOLUTION PROCEDURES

   22.     Application of Part  
   23.     Parties to the resolution of issues  
   24.     Procedure for reporting issues  
   25.     Procedure for resolving issues  

   PART 3.1--HAZARDOUS MANUAL HANDLING

   26.     Hazard identification  
   27.     Control of risk  
   28.     Review of risk control measures  

   PART 3.2--NOISE

   29.     Designers  
   30.     Manufacturers  
   31.     Suppliers  
   32.     Determination of exposure to noise  
   33.     Record of determinations  
   34.     Control of exposure to noise  
   35.     Hearing protector signs and labels  
   36.     Review of risk control measures  
   37.     Audiometric tests  
   38.     Audiological examinations  
   39.     Report of audiological examination  
   40.     Test results and examination reports  

   PART 3.3--PREVENTION OF FALLS

   41.     Application of Part  
   42.     Application to employers of emergency service employees  
   43.     Hazard identification  
   44.     Control of risk  
   45.     Use of ladder as a control measure  
   46.     Use of administrative control only  
   47.     Use of plant to control risk  
   48.     Review of risk control measures  
   49.     Emergency procedures  

   PART 3.4--CONFINED SPACES

   50.     Application to employers of emergency service employees  
   51.     Designers  
   52.     Manufacturers  
   53.     Suppliers  
   54.     Application of Division  
   55.     Hazard identification  
   56.     Control of risk  
   57.     Isolation of plant and services  
   58.     Atmosphere  
   59.     Fire or explosion  
   60.     Flammable gases or vapours  
   61.     Signs  
   62.     Review of risk control measures  
   63.     Confined space entry permit  
   64.     Employer to keep entry permits  
   65.     Communication and initiation of emergency procedures  
   66.     Procedures to indicate entry into confined space  
   67.     Procedures to ensure exit from confined space  
   68.     Record of exit from confined space  
   69.     Emergency procedures  
   70.     Emergency procedures—personal protective equipment  
   71.     Emergency procedures—entry and exit for rescue  
   72.     Emergency procedures—maintenance of plant  
   73.     Information, instruction and training  

   PART 3.5--PLANT

   74.     Application of Part  
   75.     Hazard identification may be for classes of plant  
   76.     Hazard identification  
   77.     Guarding  
   78.     Operator controls  
   79.     Emergency stop devices  
   80.     Warning devices  
   81.     Designer must give information to manufacturer  
   82.     Hazard identified in design during manufacture  
   83.     Records and information  
   84.     Record of standards or engineering principles used  
   85.     Control of risk  
   86.     Information must be given by a manufacturer  
   87.     Records and information  
   88.     Application of Subdivision  
   89.     Information to be given—new plant  
   90.     Information to be given—used plant  
   91.     Information to be given—scrap material  
   92.     Roll-over protection on tractors  
   93.     Inspection and maintenance  
   94.     Records  
   95.     Information must be obtained and given by agent  
   96.     Application of Division  
   97.     Hazard identification  
   98.     Control of risk  
   99.     Specific risk control measures—Guarding  
   100.    Specific risk control measures—Guarding and insulation from heat and cold  
   101.    Specific risk control measures—Operator controls  
   102.    Specific risk control measures—Emergency stop devices  
   103.    Specific risk control measures—Warning devices  
   104.    Specific risk control measures—Installation, etc. of plant  
   105.    Use of plant  
   106.    Record of inspection and maintenance  
   107.    Plant not in use  
   108.    Subdivision not to limit regulations 98 to 107  
   109.    Powered mobile plant  
   110.    Warning devices on powered mobile plant  
   111.    Roll-over protection on tractors  
   112.    Industrial lift trucks  
   113.    Warning devices on industrial lift trucks  
   114.    Electrical plant and electrical hazards  
   115.    Plant used to lift or suspend loads  
   116.    Lifts  
   117.    Notice of rated capacity of lift  
   118.    Scaffolds  
   119.    Tower cranes  
   120.    Employer or self-employed person to keep certain design information available  
   121.    Review of risk control measures  
   122.    Information, instruction and training  
   123.    Information for persons involved in a plant activity  
   124.    Notice of prescribed incidents  
   125.    Plant designs to be registered  
   126.    Altered plant designs to be registered  
   127.    Recognition of interstate designs  

   PART 3.6--HIGH RISK WORK

   128.    Person must not perform high risk work without licence  
   129.    Employer must not allow unlicensed employee to perform high risk work  
   130.    Exceptions to regulations 128 and 129  
   131.    Recognition of interstate licences  
   132.    Trainee to be under direct supervision  
   133.    Person conducting training must ensure supervision  
   134.    How to obtain an assessment of competency  
   135.    Method of assessment  
   136.    Assessment instruments  
   137.    Process for re-assessment  
   138.    Person may work while application for high risk work licence or renewal is being processed  
   139.    Authorisation to carry out assessments of competency  

   PART 4.1--HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

   140.    Application of Part  
   141.    Application of Division  
   142.    Certain regulations not to apply  
   143.    Determination of hazardous substances  
   144.    Preparation of a safety data sheet  
   145.    What must a safety data sheet contain?  
   146.    Review and revision of safety data sheet  
   147.    Duty to provide current safety data sheet  
   148.    Duty to provide revised safety data sheet  
   149.    Manufacturers and importing suppliers must label containers  
   150.    Recognition of other labelling systems  
   151.    Supplier must ensure container is labelled  
   152.    Disclosure of chemical identity to registered medical practitioner  
   153.    Prohibited hazardous substances  
   154.    Application of Subdivision  
   155.    Safety data sheet to be obtained  
   156.    Safety data sheet must be readily accessible  
   157.    Information in safety data sheet must not be altered  
   158.    Containers must be labelled  
   159.    How long must a container be labelled?  
   160.    Identification of hazardous substances in plant  
   161.    Identification of containers of waste  
   162.    Register of hazardous substances  
   163.    Control of risk  
   164.    Review of risk control measures  
   165.    Exposure standard must not be exceeded  
   166.    Atmospheric monitoring  
   167.    Provision of results of atmospheric monitoring  
   168.    Records of atmospheric monitoring  
   169.    Health monitoring  
   170.    Copy of report to Authority  
   171.    Records of health monitoring  

   PART 4.2--SCHEDULED CARCINOGENIC SUBSTANCES

   172.    Application of Part  
   173.    Supply of scheduled carcinogenic substances  
   174.    Requirement to hold carcinogens licence  
   175.    Records  
   176.    Statement of work with scheduled carcinogenic substance  

   PART 4.3--LEAD

   177.    Application of Part  
   178.    What is a lead process?  
   179.    Women treated as being of reproductive capacity  
   180.    Authority may determine lead process  
   181.    Medical examinations and biological monitoring  
   182.    Information to job applicants  
   183.    Information to employees  
   184.    Control of risk  
   185.    Review of risk control measures  
   186.    Lead exposure standard not to be exceeded  
   187.    Provision of results of monitoring  
   188.    Containment of lead  
   189.    Cleaning methods  
   190.    Prohibition on eating, drinking and smoking  
   191.    Provision of changing and washing facilities  
   192.    Laundering, disposal and removal of protective clothing  
   193.    What is lead-risk work?  
   194.    Identification of lead-risk work  
   195.    Notice and recording of lead-risk work  
   196.    Health monitoring before first starting lead-risk work  
   197.    Health monitoring for work subsequently identified as lead‑risk work  
   198.    Frequency of biological monitoring  
   199.    Removal from lead-risk work  
   200.    Medical examination if removed from lead-risk work  
   201.    Return after medical removal  
   202.    Requirements for medical examinations  
   203.    Information to go to Authority  
   204.    Records  
   205.    Eating, drinking, smoking etc.  

   PART 4.4--ASBESTOS

   206.    Application of Part  
   207.    Independent person  
   208.    Asbestos-contaminated dust  
   209.    Control risk of exposure—person who manages or controls workplace  
   210.    Control risk of exposure—employer or self‑employed person  
   211.    Determination of employee's exposure  
   212.    Results of atmospheric monitoring to be available  
   213.    Analysis by approved asbestos laboratory  
   214.    Asbestos removal work  
   215.    Removal of contaminated protective clothing  
   216.    Use of certain tools or instruments  
   217.    General exclusions  
   218.    Manufacture of asbestos  
   219.    Supply of asbestos  
   220.    Storage of asbestos  
   221.    Transport of asbestos  
   222.    Sale of asbestos  
   223.    Use of asbestos  
   224.    Re-use, installation and replacement of asbestos  
   225.    Application of Division  
   226.    Identification of asbestos  
   227.    Asbestos register  
   228.    Asbestos register to be kept current  
   229.    Access to asbestos register  
   230.    Provision of register by person relinquishing management or control  
   231.    Control of risk  
   232.    Review of risk control measures  
   233.    Identification of asbestos  
   234.    Information about risks to be given to person who manages or controls workplace  
   235.    Employer's asbestos register  
   236.    Employer's asbestos register to be kept current  
   237.    Access to employer's asbestos register  
   238.    Control of risk  
   239.    Review of risk control measures  
   240.    Application of Division  
   241.    Review of asbestos register  
   242.    Review of employer's asbestos register  
   243.    Copies of asbestos registers to be obtained  
   244.    Identification and removal of asbestos before demolition or refurbishment  
   245.    Determination of presence of asbestos  
   246.    Requirements for asbestos removal work  
   247.    Emergency procedures  
   248.    Notice to Authority  
   249.    Application of Division  
   250.    Limited asbestos removal work  
   251.    Training record  
   252.    Self-employed persons performing limited asbestos removal work to have appropriate training  
   253.    Asbestos register must be obtained  
   254.    Protective clothing and protective equipment  
   255.    Signs and barricades  
   256.    Decontamination facilities and non-removal of personal protective clothing or equipment  
   257.    Decontamination of equipment  
   258.    Elimination of airborne asbestos fibres  
   259.    Waste containment  
   260.    Disposal of asbestos waste  
   261.    Laundering of clothing contaminated with asbestos  
   262.    Medical examinations  
   263.    Results of medical examinations  
   264.    Class A asbestos removal work  
   265.    Class B asbestos removal work  
   266.    Appointment of asbestos removal supervisors  
   267.    Asbestos removal supervisor to be accessible  
   268.    Information to job applicants and independent contractors  
   269.    Persons performing asbestos removal work to be trained  
   270.    Training record  
   271.    Asbestos register to be obtained  
   272.    Asbestos control plan  
   273.    Asbestos control plan to be made available and accessible  
   274.    Elimination of airborne asbestos fibres  
   275.    Requirements in respect of airborne asbestos fibres  
   276.    Protective clothing and protective equipment for persons performing asbestos removal work  
   277.    Signs and barricades  
   278.    Decontamination facilities  
   279.    Waste containment  
   280.    Disposal of asbestos waste  
   281.    Laundering of clothing contaminated with asbestos  
   282.    Medical examinations  
   283.    Results of medical examinations  
   284.    Application of Subdivision  
   285.    Asbestos removal supervisor to be on-site  
   286.    Specific measures to control risk  
   287.    Asbestos paraoccupational air monitoring requirements  
   288.    Results of asbestos paraoccupational air monitoring to be readily accessible  
   289.    Use of glove bags  
   290.    Requirements at the end of removal work  
   291.    Application of Subdivision  
   292.    Asbestos paraoccupational air monitoring  
   293.    Results of monitoring to be made available  
   294.    Requirements at end of removal work  
   295.    Results of inspection and monitoring to go to licence holder  
   296.    Independent person to have requisite knowledge, skills and experience  
   297.    Clearance certificates  
   298.    Notice of asbestos removal work  
   299.    Notice in an unexpected situation  
   300.    Information to be provided to those in area  
   301.    Information to be provided to persons occupying premises in immediate and adjacent areas  
   302.    Application of Division  
   303.    Identification of asbestos-related activities  
   304.    Uncertainty as to presence of asbestos  
   305.    Asbestos register must be obtained  
   306.    Elimination of airborne asbestos fibres  
   307.    Specific measures to control risk  
   308.    Review of risk control measures  
   309.    Work area to be separate and signed  
   310.    Work area to be kept clean  
   311.    Medical examinations  
   312.    Results of atmospheric monitoring to be made available  
   313.    Results of medical examinations  
   314.    Decontamination facilities  
   315.    Waste containment  
   316.    Disposal of asbestos waste  
   317.    Laundering of clothing contaminated with asbestos  
   318.    Provision of information to job applicants  
   319.    Training record  

   PART 5.1--CONSTRUCTION

   320.    Application of Part  
   321.    What is construction work?  
   322.    What is high risk construction work?  
   323.    What is a structure?  
   324.    What is a safe work method statement?  
   325.    Control of risk  
   326.    Review of risk control measures  
   327.    Safe work method statement required for high risk construction work  
   328.    Safe work method statement to be reviewed and revised  
   329.    Copy of safe work method statement to be kept  
   330.    Site-specific training  
   331.    Emergency procedures  
   332.    Application of Subdivision  
   333.    Who is the principal contractor for a construction project?  
   334.    Signage of principal contractor  
   335.    Health and safety co-ordination plans  
   336.    Content of health and safety co-ordination plans  
   337.    Health and safety co-ordination plan available for inspection  
   338.    Application of Division  
   339.    Construction induction training to be provided  
   340.    Requirement to hold a current construction induction card  
   341.    Employer must not allow a person to perform construction work unless the person holds a current construction induction card  
   342.    Exemptions  
   343.    Offence to refuse to accept a current construction induction card  
   344.    Application for construction induction card  
   345.    Authority may refuse to recognise or accept a construction statement of attainment obtained by fraud  
   346.    Construction induction card  
   347.    Construction induction card to be of unlimited duration  
   348.    Destruction, loss and replacement of construction induction cards  
   349.    Lapse of construction induction cards  
   350.    Authority may cancel construction induction card based on false or misleading information  
   351.    Authority may cancel construction induction card on request  
   352.    Construction induction card to be kept available  
   353.    Changes to information provided  
   354.    Application of Division  
   355.    Requirement to notify intention to perform construction excavation work  

   PART 5.2--MAJOR HAZARD FACILITIES

   356.    Application of Part  
   357.    Schedule 14 materials  
   358.    Only licensed or registered major hazard facility to be operated  
   359.    Authority may require information  
   360.    Operators of certain facilities to notify Authority  
   361.    Changes to information provided  
   362.    Inquiry before making determination  
   363.    Authority may determine facility to be a major hazard facility—notice  
   364.    Authority may determine facility to be a major hazard facility—own initiative  
   365.    Written notice of determination  
   366.    Effect of determination  
   367.    Outline of safety case  
   368.    Identification of major incidents and major incident hazards  
   369.    Safety assessment  
   370.    Operator to keep safety assessment available  
   371.    Control of risk  
   372.    Safety management system  
   373.    Operator to keep safety management system available  
   374.    Review of safety management system  
   375.    Emergency plan  
   376.    Emergency plan to be kept and sent to emergency services and municipal councils  
   377.    Emergency plan must be tested  
   378.    Emergency plan to be put into action if a major incident occurs  
   379.    Review by operator  
   380.    Safety role for employees  
   381.    Risk control measures  
   382.    Property protection assessment  
   383.    Review of property protection assessment  
   384.    Operator to provide safety case  
   385.    Content of safety case  
   386.    Co-ordination of safety cases  
   387.    Review of safety case  
   388.    Consultation with employees and health and safety representatives  
   389.    Information, instruction and training  
   390.    Record of training  
   391.    Further information and access to documents  
   392.    Response to employee alert at major hazard facility  
   393.    Information and instruction to non-employees at the facility  
   394.    Information to local community  
   395.    Content of information  
   396.    Consultation with municipal councils  
   397.    Further information on request  
   398.    General requirements  

   PART 5.3--MINES

   399.    What is a mine?  
   400.    What is a mining hazard?  
   401.    What is a prescribed mine?  
   402.    Inquiry before making determination  
   403.    Authority may determine that a mine is a prescribed mine  
   404.    Identification of mining hazards and assessment of risk  
   405.    Control of risk  
   406.    Review by operator of a mine  
   407.    Application of this Subdivision  
   408.    Who may enter mine  
   409.    Alcohol and drugs  
   410.    Employee fatigue  
   411.    Health monitoring  
   412.    Report of health monitoring  
   413.    Notice to Authority  
   414.    Report provided on person ceasing work at mine  
   415.    Communication in the event of an employee working alone  
   416.    Communication in respect of shift change-over  
   417.    Application of this Subdivision  
   418.    Safety management system  
   419.    Operator to keep safety management system available  
   420.    Review of safety management system  
   421.    Safety assessment of major mining hazards  
   422.    Operator to keep safety assessment available  
   423.    Testing risk control measures for major mining hazards  
   424.    Safety role for employees  
   425.    Shafts and winding  
   426.    Progress of mine workings  
   427.    Emergency exit  
   428.    Filling  
   429.    Working environment  
   430.    Ventilation system  
   431.    Record of monitoring and testing  
   432.    Prohibitions  
   433.    Emergency plan  
   434.    Emergency plan to be kept and sent to emergency services and municipal councils  
   435.    Emergency plan must be tested  
   436.    Self-rescue  
   437.    Plan of mine  
   438.    Plan of mine to be available for inspection  
   439.    Consultation with employees and health and safety representatives  
   440.    Information about adoption of risk control measure  
   441.    Information, instruction and training  
   442.    Record of training  
   443.    Further information and availability of documents in respect of prescribed mines  
   444.    Response to employee alert at prescribed mine  
   445.    Information and instruction to non-employees  
   446.    Information to job applicants  
   447.    General requirements  
   448.    Major mining hazards in prescribed mines  

   PART 6.1--LICENCES

   449.    Matters to be included in licence application  
   450.    Application fees—high risk work licences  
   451.    Application fees—asbestos removal licences  
   452.    Matters to be satisfied before licence can be granted  
   453.    Time for processing licence application  
   454.    Authority may request additional information  
   455.    Procedure if the Authority proposes to refuse to grant licence  
   456.    Form of evidence of licence document  
   457.    When licence starts and ends  
   458.    Additional information to be included in high risk work licence application  
   459.    Additional matters to be satisfied before high risk work licence can be granted  
   460.    Restriction on who may apply for asbestos removal licence  
   461.    Scope of licence  
   462.    Additional information to be included in asbestos removal licence application  
   463.    Additional matters to be satisfied before asbestos removal licence can be granted  
   464.    Restriction on who may apply for carcinogens licence  
   465.    Additional information to be included in carcinogens licence application  
   466.    Fee to be paid before a carcinogens licence can be granted  
   467.    Restriction on who may apply for major hazard facility licence  
   468.    Time limit for applications in relation to a registered major hazard facility  
   469.    Additional information to be included in major hazard facility licence application  
   470.    Additional matters to be satisfied before major hazard facility licence can be granted  
   471.    Additional time limits for notifying applicants  
   472.    Fee to be paid before major hazard facility licence can be granted  
   473.    Authority may impose terms and conditions on licence  
   474.    Licence holder must comply with terms and conditions  
   475.    Changes to information given in relation to a licence  
   476.    Licence holder to keep evidence of licence available  
   477.    Replacement of lost, stolen or destroyed licence documents  
   478.    Nomination of additional asbestos removal supervisors  
   479.    Transfer of a major hazard facility licence  
   480.    Notice of major hazard facility licence details in the Government Gazette  
   481.    Additional requirements concerning availability of copy of major hazard facility licence  
   482.    Authority may amend licence unilaterally  
   483.    Authority may amend licence at the request of the licence holder  
   484.    Evidence of licence document to be returned on request if licence amended  
   485.    Application for the renewal of licence (except a high risk work licence)  
   486.    Notice of intention to renew or refuse to renew a licence (except a high risk work licence)  
   487.    Procedure if the Authority proposes to refuse to renew licence (except a high risk work licence)  
   488.    Additional time limits for notifying applicants  
   489.    Time in which licence continues to have effect  
   490.    Application for the renewal of high risk work licence  
   491.    Combining interstate and Victorian high risk work licences on renewal  
   492.    Renewal fees for certain licences  
   493.    Fee to be paid before carcinogens licence can be renewed  
   494.    Additional information required for the renewal of major hazard facility licence  
   495.    Fee to be paid before major hazard facility licence can be renewed  
   496.    Grounds for suspension or cancellation  
   497.    Matters that may be taken into account  
   498.    Automatic suspension or cancellation of a high risk work licence  
   499.    Process for suspending or cancelling a licence in all other cases  
   500.    Extension of date of suspension or cancellation if review sought  
   501.    Partial suspension or cancellation of high risk work licence  
   502.    Flow on suspension or cancellation of some classes of high risk work licence  
   503.    Authority may grant alternative asbestos removal licence  
   504.    Inquiry into an interstate high risk work licence  
   505.    Request to suspend or cancel licence  
   506.    Evidence of licence document of suspended or cancelled licence must be surrendered on demand  

   PART 6.2--REGISTRATION

   507.    Application of this Part  
   508.    Application for registration of plant design  
   509.    Information to be included in application for registration of plant design  
   510.    Duties of various persons associated with design verification  
   511.    Authority to notify applicant of deferral  
   512.    Notice of registration  
   513.    Registration to be of unlimited duration  
   514.    Eligibility to apply for registration to operate a major hazard facility  
   515.    Registration of a major hazard facility  
   516.    Notice of registration  
   517.    Registration expiry date  
   518.    Variation of registration expiry date  
   519.    Expiry of registration  
   520.    Authority may withdraw registration based on false, misleading or incomplete information  
   521.    Authority may withdraw registration on request  
   522.    Evidence of registration to be kept available  
   523.    Changes to registration information provided  

   PART 6.3--REVIEW OF DECISIONS

   524.    What is a reviewable decision?  
   525.    What is a process review?  
   526.    Who may apply for a process review  
   527.    Time limits when applying for a process review  
   528.    Review by the Authority  
   529.    Process for new decisions to be started within 7 days  
   530.    Right of Tribunal review  
   531.    Notices of decisions must contain a copy of review rights  

   PART 7.1--ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

   532.    Form and information to be supplied  
   533.    Return of incomplete applications or notices  
   534.    Means of giving written notice  
   535.    Form of submissions to the Authority  
   536.    Information to be included in entry permits  

   PART 7.2--EXEMPTIONS

   537.    Authority may grant exemptions from these Regulations  
   538.    Exemptions in relation to high risk work  
   539.    Who may apply for an exemption  
   540.    Consultation  
   541.    Applications  
   542.    Grounds on which an exemption (other than in relation to high risk work) may be granted  
   543.    Grounds on which an exemption in relation to high risk work may be granted  
   544.    Conditions  
   545.    Form and contents of exemptions  
   546.    Notice of exemptions to be given to individual applicants  
   547.    Notice of exemptions to be published  
   548.    Additional obligation on the operator of a mine  
   549.    Notice of refusal  
   550.    Variation or revocation of exemption  
   551.    Exemptions, revocations and variations not to have retrospective effect  
   552.    Terms and conditions to be made available  
   553.    Fee for considering exemption application  

   PART 8.1--GENERAL TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS

   554.    Commencement day  
   555.    General transitional provisions  
   556.    Former Regulations  
   557.    Licence classes for pressure equipment operation  
   558.    Construction  
   559.    Major hazard facilities—12 months transition period  
   560.    Major hazard facilities—Other transition periods  

   PART 9.1--AMENDMENTS TO THE DANGEROUSGOODS (EXPLOSIVES) REGULATIONS 2011

   561.    Application  
   562.    Safety management system  
   563.    Application  

   PART 9.2--AMENDMENTS TO THE DANGEROUS GOODS (STORAGE AND HANDLING) REGULATIONS 2012

   564.    Definitions  
   565.    Incorporation of references  
   566.    Exemptions  
   567.    Compliance with Occupational Health and Safety Regulations  
   568.    Determination of dangerous goods  
   569.    Marking and labelling—manufacturer and first supplier  
   570.    Amendment to the heading to Division 2 of Part 3  
   571.    Application to C1 combustible liquids  
   572.    Amendments to regulation 19  
   573.    Amendments to regulation 20  
   574.    Amendments to regulation 21  
   575.    Amendments to regulation 22  
   576.    Information to registered medical practitioner  
   577.    Identification of hazards  
   578.    Clearing of decommissioned receptacles  
   579.    Amendment to the heading to Division 6 of Part 4  
   580.    Currency and accessibility  
   581.    Transfer  
   582.    Register of dangerous goods  
   583.    Notification to Authority  
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