Useful documents and references. For additions or variations please contact us.
Codes & Standards
|Requirements for transporting dangerous goods by road or rail.||The ADG Code: Australian Dangerous Goods Code for the Transport of Explosives by Road and Rail |
|Requirements for transporting explosives by road or rail.||The AE Code: Australian Explosives Code for the Transport of Explosives by Road and Rail|
|Requirements for safety and transport of Defence EO by road and rail.||eDEOP101: Defence Explosive Ordinance Publication 101 (defence.gov.au)|
|UN requirements for classification and labelling of hazardous chemicals.||Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals |
|Information and model code for labelling hazardous chemicals in Australia.||Code of Practice: Labelling of Workplace Hazardous Chemicals|
|Information and model requirements for compliant safety data sheets.||Model Code for Safety Data Sheets|
|NATO standards for explosives and ordnance.||STANAG’s (various)|
|Criteria, test methods and procedures for classification of dangerous goods according to UN model regulations.||United Nations Manual of Tests & Criteria|
|Australian requirements for UN Testing of ANE.||Western Australian Government Gazette (see 10 Jan. 2020)|
Explosive Regulators in Australia
|AccessCanberra: Dangerous Substances Licencing||Industry regulator for ACT|
|SafeWork NSW||Industry regulator for NSW|
|NT WorkSafe||Industry regulator for NT|
|RSH: Queensland Explosives Inspectorate||Industry regulator for QLD|
|SafeWork SA||Industry regulator for SA|
|WorkSafe Tasmania||Industry regulator for TAS|
|WorkSafe Victoria||Industry regulator for VIC|
|Department of Mines, Industry Regulation & Safety||Industry regulator for WA|
|SafeWork Australia||National model codes and regulations|
|Australian Maritime Safety Authority||Maritime Regulator|
|ComCare and state/territory regulators||Major Hazard Facilities|
|Dept. of Infrastructure: Competent Authority Panel||National exemptions, determinations and classifications that may operate at variance to the Australian Dangerous Goods Code.|
|AEISG||Australasian Explosive Industry Safety Group|
An industry association representing the interests of the suppliers and manufacturers of explosives in Australasia, excluding fireworks.
|APA||Australiasian Pyrotechnics Association|
Dedicated to raising awareness about the Australasian fireworks industry – especially the marketing, development, legislation, and issues surrounding fireworks display companies in Australia, New Zealand and Asia.
International Society for Explosives Engineers (Global)
Professional association for explosives engineers.
|ISEE Australia||Australian chapter of ISEE|
|IPS||International Pyrotechnics Society.|
Professional association for the science and technology of energetic materials.
|SAFEX||International organisation for manufacturers addressing the harmful impacts of explosives throughout their life cycle.|