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Do you hold an assessment certificate — or are you covered by one?

There are certain rules about what you can — and can't — do if you hold an assessment certificate for an industrial chemical or you're a person covered by a certificate.

An assessment certificate holder is a person (or business) who's been issued with an assessment certificate after we've assessed an industrial chemical. 

Certificate holders are authorised to introduce the chemical named on their certificate into Australia as an assessed introduction.

A certificate holder can also apply to add a person (or business) to be covered by an assessment certificate.

But there are certain rules about what you can — and can't — do as a certificate holder or as a person covered by a certificate. We've published new information to help you understand the differences between the two roles.

Read more about the 'role as an assessment certificate holder or person covered by an assessment certificate'

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