Proposal to add condition of use on the AICS

Closed 29 Mar 2016

Opened 1 Mar 2016

Overview

Interested parties are invited to submit a statement describing the reasons why a proposed condition of use should not be included in the AICS for Thioimidodicarbonic acid ((HO)C(O)NHC(S)(OH)), C,C'-dibutyl ester.

Submissions close 29 March 2016.

How to make a submission

Interested parties are invited to submit a statement describing the reasons why the proposed condition of use should not be included in the AICS for this chemical. The public consultation period closes on 29 March 2016.

  • Post: The Director, NICNAS, GPO Box 58, Sydney NSW 2001
  • Send an email

Why We Are Consulting

The Director considers this chemical would pose a significant risk to human health and the environment if it were made available for use by the general public. By placing the proposed condition of use on this chemical, any use of the chemical, other than for use in an industrial workplace, would require the chemical to be notified and assessed by NICNAS as a new chemical before introduction. Introduction of a new chemical is subject to section 21 of the ICNA Act and the requirements prescribed in the ICNA Regulations 1990.

Under section 15A of the ICNA Act it would be an offence to import or manufacture Thioimidodicarbonic acid ((HO)C(O)NHC(S)(OH)), C,C'-dibutyl ester outside the condition of use. A penalty of 120 penalty units applies.

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