Dangerous goods licensing

Annual Licence Payment Notice (ALPN)

Annual licence fees and licence renewal fees can be paid online with a credit card via the payment portal.

Payments are not accepted past the final payment date shown on your notice.

Licence Renewal Payment Notice (LRPN)

The renewal fee for the licences shown below can be paid anonymously by credit card if you have a Payment Number. Please proceed to the Credit Card Payment page to make your payment.  The Payment Number is printed on your notice.

Payments are not accepted past the final payment date shown on your notice.

To make a payment via credit card, via the payments portal, please enter the Payment number as printed on your Notification.

Three month grace period

If the annual licence fee or renewal fee is not paid by the due date it can be paid within three months after the due date. However, the payments subject to a late fee.

Late fees

Annual Licence Payment Notice

If the fee is paid within the three month grace period after the due date, the late fee and licence fee must both be paid in full on, or before, the last day of the grace period (final payment date) to avoid suspension or cancellation of the licence.

Licence Renewal Payment Notice

If the fee is paid within the three month grace period after the due date, the late fee and renewal fee must both be paid in full on, or before, the last day of the grace period (final payment date) to avoid the licence expiring.

Non-payment of fees

Annual Licence Payment Notice

For non-payment the following may apply:

  • The licence may be suspended or cancelled.
  • Any activities conducted on unlicensed sites may affect commercial arrangements such as leases and insurance, and may lead to prosecution.
  • Delivery of dangerous goods to sites that store or handle quantities in excess of manifest quantities is illegal if the site is not licensed. The Department may take action to prevent deliveries to an unlicensed site.

If the licence is no longer required, please complete the surrender of licence notification available on the Department website.

Licence renewal payment notice

Non-payment of the renewal fee will result in the licence expiring. If a licence is still required a new application must be lodged.

Go to Dangerous goods application forms and select the application form.

Licence transfers

Licence transfers only apply to current licences. Where a transfer occurs during the three month grace period, the incoming licensee will be responsible for the payment of any outstanding fee that may be unpaid.

Licence types subject to an ALPN and LRPN

Dangerous goods site licence - Applying for a dangerous goods site licence

Explosives storage licence - Applying for an explosives storage licence

Explosives import/export licence - Applying for an explosives import/export licence

Explosives manufacture licence - Applying for an explosives manufacture licence

Explosives manufacture (MPU) licence - Applying for an explosives manufacture (MPU) licence

Explosives supply licence - Applying for an explosives supply licence

Explosives transport licence - Applying for an explosives transport licence

SSAN fertiliser licence - Applying for a security sensitive ammonium nitrate (SSAN) fertiliser licence

SSAN import/export licence - Applying for a security sensitive ammonium nitrate (SSAN) import/export licence

SSAN manufacture licence - Applying for a security sensitive ammonium nitrate (SSAN) manufacture licence

SSAN storage licence - Applying for a security sensitive ammonium nitrate (SSAN) licence

SSAN supply licence - Applying for a security sensitive ammonium nitrate (SSAN) supply licence

SSAN transport licence - Applying for a security sensitive ammonium nitrate (SSAN) transport licence

Contact details

For any enquiries please contact Dangerous Goods Licensing
Phone: (08) 9358 8001
Email: cso@dmirs.wa.gov.au