Security-sensitive Dangerous Substances Regulations 2015


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Security-sensitive Dangerous Substances Regulations 2015

I, the Governor in and over the State of Tasmania and its Dependencies in the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Executive Council, make the following regulations under the Security-sensitive Dangerous Substances Act 2005 .

26 October 2015

C. WARNER

Governor

By His Excellency's Command,

PETER GUTWEIN

Treasurer

1.   Short title

These regulations may be cited as the Security-sensitive Dangerous Substances Regulations 2015 .

2.   Commencement

These regulations take effect on 9 November 2015.

3.   Interpretation

In these regulations –
Act means the Security-sensitive Dangerous Substances Act 2005 .

4.   Security plan requirements

For the purposes of section 9(2)(b) and section 12(c) of the Act, the following requirements are prescribed:
(a) where the applicant is a company, the security plan must specify –
(i) the company's ABN or ACN number; and
(ii) how the company can be contacted in an emergency; and
(iii) the nature of the company's business activities as they relate to the SSDS;
(b) where the proposed restricted activity is, or includes, SSDS storage, the security plan must include a safe storage scheme that –
(i) contains a security risk assessment for each SSDS storage place; and
(ii) contains a site map showing each SSDS storage place; and
(iii) provides for the maintenance of SSDS inventories including the recording of persons involved in the movement of SSDS to and from each site; and
(iv) establishes access controls for each SSDS storage place;
(c) where the restricted activity is, or includes, SSDS transportation, the security plan must include a safe transportation scheme that –
(i) contains particulars of the make, type and registration number of each vehicle that will be used to transport the SSDS; and
(ii) contains particulars of the key routes that will be used to transport the SSDS;
(d) in the case of any security plan, a scheme for checking the identity of employees of the applicant who are nominated as responsible workers for the permit.

5.   Prescribed fees

The fees set out in Schedule 1 are the fees prescribed for the purposes of the Act.

6.   Prescribed late application penalty

For the purposes of section 25(4) of the Act, the prescribed penalty is 0.4 penalty units.
SCHEDULE 1 - Prescribed fees

Regulation 5

Item No.

Section of Act

General description

Fee

(Fee units)

1. 

9(1)

Application for long-term SSDS permit –

 
  

Base fee

130

  

Additional fee for each background check

42

  

Additional fee for each person nominated as a responsible worker

8

2. 

9(1)

Application for short-term SSDS permit –

 
  

Base fee

130

  

Additional fee for each background check

42

  

Additional fee for each person nominated as a responsible worker

8

3. 

25(3)

Application to renew long-term SSDS permit –

 
  

Base fee

130

  

Additional fee for each background check

42

  

Additional fee for each person nominated as a responsible worker

8

4. 

33(2)

Replacement of permit (first time)

9

  

Replacement of permit (second or subsequent time)

18

5. 

38(3)

Replacement of identity card (first time)

8

  

Replacement of identity card (second or subsequent time)

13

6. 

39(3)

Nomination of new responsible worker

50

Displayed and numbered in accordance with the Rules Publication Act 1953.

Notified in the Gazette on 4 November 2015

These regulations are administered in the Department of Justice.