Dangerous Goods schedule of fees and charges

Effective 1 July 2016

GST

Fees and charges highlighted with an asterisk (*) include GST. All others are GST exempt.

Grace period

Where a grace period relates to a licence for a major hazards facility, the provisions of regulation 34 of the Dangerous Goods Safety (Major Hazards Facilities) Regulations 2007 apply. Where referenced for other licences, the grace period is the three months

Code

Description

O

One-off fee or charge

S

Annual fee – original issue or renewal of a licence

F

Five-year licence fee – original issue or renewal

A

Annual MHF licence fees

AC

Annual charges based on licensed storage capacity or area occupied

EXPLOSIVES DESCRIPTION

Dangerous Goods Safety (Explosives) Regulations 2007

FEES AS PRESCRIBED IN SCHEDULE 1

FEE ($)

CODE

Application for a security card (5 yearly)

165.00

O

Application to renew a security card (5 yearly)

43.50

O

Application for a test permit

166.00

O

Application to have an explosive authorised

  • If already authorised in another Australian jurisdiction

134.00

O
  • If not already authorised in another Australian jurisdiction

540.00

O

Application for a Fireworks Event Permit – one fee being whichever of the following is the highest fee applicable to the event:

  • For ground firework only events

134.00

O
  • For firework events with =3,000 aerial shells

270.00

O
  • For firework events with >3,000 aerial shells

4,044.00

O

Late fee – for event permit applications submitted within two weeks of the event

36.50

O

The following licences are referred to as trading licences and have effect for 5 years.

For a new application, the annual fee covers the first year of the licence. Thereafter, the holder will be billed annually and must pay the annual fee before, on or within the grace period.

Where the annual fee is paid within the grace period, the holder must also pay a late payment fee of $36.50.

Annual fee for a trading licence or checking fee for licence applications not submitted by an accredited consultant

[as per regulations 157(1)(da) and 174A]

  • Explosives Import / Export Licence

169.00

S
  • Explosives Manufacture Licence

360.00

S
  • Explosives Manufacture (MPU) Licence

830.00

S
  • Explosives Storage Licence:

  • For less than 1 t of explosives
106.00 S
  • For 1 t or more but less than 5 t of explosives
127.00 S
  • For more than 5 t of explosives

340.00

S
  • Explosives Transport Licence

847.00

S
  • Explosives Supply Licence

57.50

S

Application for the declaration of a special berth

[as per regulation 111N]

3,943.00

O

Fee for the issue and renewal of a licence (5 yearly licence)

[as per regulation 157(1)(c)]

  • Explosives Driver Licence

105.00

F

  • Shotfiring Licence
105.00 F
  • Fireworks Contractor Licence
425.00 F
  • Fireworks Operator Licence
105.00 F
  • Pyrotechnics (Special Use) Licence
105.00 F

Annual fee for using a SEF to store explosives

[as per regulation 189]

(a) If the explosive is stored in a magazine provided by the State at a type A facility:

(i) If the licence authorises the storage of less than 100 kg of explosive - $270.00

AC*

(ii) If the licence authorises the storage of 100 kg or more but not more than 1,000 kg of explosive – $270.00 plus $2.30 for each 10 kg or part thereof over 100 kg authorised by the licence

AC*

(iii) If the licence authorises the storage of 1,000 kg or more of explosive – 125% of the fee in paragraph (b) below for each 1,000 kg or part thereof of the official capacity of the magazine

AC*

(b) If the explosive is stored in a magazine provided by the holder at a type A facility - $479.00 for each 1,000 kg or part thereof of the official capacity of the magazine

AC*

(c) If the explosive is stored in a magazine at a type B facility – 50% of the fee in paragraph (b) above for each 1,000 kg or part thereof of the official capacity of the magazine

AC*

Annual fee for using a SEF to manufacture or store security sensitive ammonium nitrate (SSAN)

[as per regulation 190(2)]

(a) If the SEF is a type A facility – the greater of:

(i) $4302.00; or

AC*

(ii) $13.30 per m2 or part thereof of the area of land occupied by the holder at the SEF other than for storing explosives

AC*

(b) if the SEF is a type B facility – 50% of the fee that would be payable if paragraph (a) above applied

AC*

TRANSPORT DESCRIPTION

Dangerous Goods Safety (Road and Rail Transport of Non-explosives) Regulations 2007

FEE

CODE

FEES AS PRESCRIBED IN PART 22

Issue or renewal of a Dangerous Goods Driver Licence (5 yearly licence)

105.00

F

Issue or renewal of a Dangerous Goods Vehicle Licence (5 yearly licence)

660.00

F

Application for an approval (e.g. tanker)

275.00

O

STORAGE AND HANDLING DESCRIPTION

Dangerous Goods Safety (Storage and Handling of Non-explosives) Regulations 2007

FEE

CODE

FEES AS PRESCRIBED IN SCHEDULE 5

A dangerous goods site licence has effect for 5 years.

For a new application, the annual fee covers the first year of the licence. Thereafter, the holder will be billed annually and must pay the annual fee before, on or within the grace period.

Where the annual fee is paid within the grace period, the holder must also pay a late payment fee of $36.50.

Annual fee for a licence or checking fee for licence applications not submitted by an accredited consultant [as per regulations 26 and 44A]

Less than 50,000 kg or L

199.00

S

50,000 kg or L or more

662.00

S

Application for the declaration of a special berth

[as per regulation 135I]

3,943.00

O

SECURITY SENSITIVE AMMONIUM NITRATE DESCRIPTION

Dangerous Goods Safety (Security Sensitive Ammonium Nitrate) Regulations 2007

FEE

CODE

FEES AS PRESCRIBED IN SCHEDULE 1

SSAN licences have effect for 5 years.

For a new application, the annual fee covers the first year of the licence. Thereafter, the holder will be billed annually and must pay the annual fee before, on or within the grace period.

Where the annual fee is paid within the grace period, the holder must also pay a late payment fee of $36.50.

Annual fee for a licence or checking fee for licence applications not submitted by an accredited consultant

[as per regulations 30(1) (c) and 46A]

  • SSAN Import / Export Licence

169.00

S
  • SSAN Manufacture Licence

317.00

S
  • SSAN Storage Licence

149.00

S
  • SSAN Transport Licence

159.00

S
  • SSAN Supply Licence

138.00

S
  • SSAN Fertiliser Licence

52.50

S

MAJOR HAZARD FACILITIES DESCRIPTION

Dangerous Goods Safety (Major Hazard Facilities) Regulations 2007

FEE

CODE

FEES AS PRESCRIBED IN SCHEDULE 3

Application for approval of a Safety Report [as per regulation 26]

  • For a Class A facility
129,000.00 O
  • For a Class B facility
103,000.00 O
  • For a Class C facility
103,000.00 O
  • For a Class D facility

20,000.00

O

A site licence for a major hazard facility has effect for 5 years.

For a new application, the annual fee covers the first year of the licence. Thereafter, the holder will be billed annually and must pay the annual fee before, on or within the grace period.

Where the annual fee is paid within the grace period, the holder must also pay a late payment fee of $36.50.

Annual site licence fee for a major hazard facility [as per regulation 34]

For a Class A facility 129,000.00 S
For a Class B facility 103,000.00 S
For a Class C facility 103,000.00 S

For a Class D facility

20,000.00

S

CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCY

Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations 1995

FEE

CODE

Application fee for Certificate of Competency

143.00

O

Issue of replacement certificate

143.00

O

 

If mutual recognition is sought for an Authorised Mine Surveyor’s Certificate or a Certificate of Competency, the fee that applies is the same as that for a certificate of competency.