Decision tool – Work out if your introduction is low risk for human health (because it is internationally assessed for human health)
This decision tool is related to step 4.2 of the process to categorise your chemical introduction.
Optional: If you’d like to save or print your completed decision tool for your own records, click on ‘Chemical identity’ before Question 1 and enter your chemical’s name or CAS number. Note that a copy of a completed decision tool is not sufficient to meet your record-keeping obligations. To save as a PDF, select the print option in your browser and choose ‘Save as PDF’ or ‘Microsoft Print to PDF’. For Safari users, click 'File' and 'Export to PDF'.
Who should use this?
Use this decision tool if your chemical has been assessed overseas and you need help working out if your introduction is accepted by AICIS as internationally assessed for human health. It steps you through the criteria described in the guide for categorising introductions as internationally assessed for human health. If it meets the criteria, your introduction’s indicative risk to human health is low. If you don't have an overseas assessment, you should complete the decision tools related to 'Step 4.3: Work out your human health exposure band'. There are 1‐11 questions depending on your circumstances.
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What you need to know
- Information about the overseas assessment of your chemical.
- How you propose to use the chemical in Australia.