D01 - Abattoirs

This operating licence is required for slaughtering or processing animals (including poultry) at a designed throughput of more than 200 tonnes per year.

  • D01 conditions

    Note: Where a condition includes the words ‘placeholder’, values will be populated with information specific to your site.

    Condition code Description
    OL_G1 A copy of this licence must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the licence and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    OL_G2 You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of:
    (a) A discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment;
    (b) A malfunction, breakdown or failure of risk control measures at the activity site which could reasonably be expected to give rise to actual or potential harm to human health or the environment; or
    (c) Any breach of the licence.
    OL_G3 You must notify the Authority within 48 hours of the occurrence of any the following:
    (a) Any change to your name or address (including your registered address and activity site as applicable);
    (b) You become, or are likely to become, an insolvent under administration;
    (c) You become, or are likely to become, an externally administered company under the Corporations Act; or
    (d) A change to an officer (as defined in the Act).
    You must update your information in the EPA Interaction Portal if any other relevant administrative details for your business change.
    OL_G4a You must provide to the Authority with a Permission Information and Performance Statement (PIPS) in the form determined by the Authority within 2 months of receiving notification in writing from the Authority. The PIPS may be released to the public (in whole or in part).
    OL_G4b Information and monitoring records used for the preparation of, inclusion in, or support of, any reporting or notification that is required of you by the Authority (including data reporting, performance reporting, documents evidencing any risk and monitoring program) must be:
    (a) retained for five years; and
    (b) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G5 1. You must develop a risk management and monitoring program for your activities which:
        (a) identifies all the risks of harm to human health and the environment which may arise from the activities you are engaging in at your activity site;
        (b) clearly defines your environmental performance objectives;
        (c) clearly defines your risk control performance objectives;
        (d) describes how the environmental and risk control performance objectives are being achieved;
        (e) identifies and describes how you will continue to eliminate or minimise the risks in 1(a) (above) so far as reasonably practicable (SFARP); and
        (f) describes how the information collated in compliance with this clause, is or will be disseminated, used or otherwise considered by you or any other entity.
    2. The risk management and monitoring program must be:
        (a) documented in writing;
        (b) signed by a duly authorised officer of the licensed entity; and
        (c) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G7 You must:
    (a) develop and maintain a decommissioning plan that is in accordance with the current decommissioning guidelines published by the Authority;
    (b) provide the decommissioning plan to the Authority upon request;
    (c) supply to the Authority an updated detailed decommissioning plan 40 business days prior to commencement of decommissioning, if you propose to divest a section of the licensed site, cease part or all of the licensed activity or reduce the basis upon which the licence was granted to a point where licensing is no longer required; and
    (d) decommission the licensed site in accordance with the detailed decommissioning plan, to the satisfaction of the Authority and within any reasonable timeframe which may be specified by the Authority.
    OL_WM14 All plant and equipment must be maintained and operated in proper working condition, in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications

D02 - Rendering

This operating licence is required for rendering where substances derived from animals are manufactured or extracted at a designed throughput of more than 200 tonnes per year.

  • D02 conditions

    Note: Where a condition includes the words ‘placeholder’, values will be populated with information specific to your site.

    Condition code Description
    OL_G1 A copy of this licence must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the licence and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    OL_G2 You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of:
    (a) A discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment;
    (b) A malfunction, breakdown or failure of risk control measures at the activity site which could reasonably be expected to give rise to actual or potential harm to human health or the environment; or
    (c) Any breach of the licence.
    OL_G3 You must notify the Authority within 48 hours of the occurrence of any the following:
    (a) Any change to your name or address (including your registered address and activity site as applicable);
    (b) You become, or are likely to become, an insolvent under administration;
    (c) You become, or are likely to become, an externally administered company under the Corporations Act; or
    (d) A change to an officer (as defined in the Act).
    You must update your information in the EPA Interaction Portal if any other relevant administrative details for your business change.
    OL_G4a You must provide to the Authority with a Permission Information and Performance Statement (PIPS) in the form determined by the Authority within 2 months of receiving notification in writing from the Authority. The PIPS may be released to the public (in whole or in part).
    OL_G4b Information and monitoring records used for the preparation of, inclusion in, or support of, any reporting or notification that is required of you by the Authority (including data reporting, performance reporting, documents evidencing any risk and monitoring program) must be:
    (a) retained for five years; and
    (b) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G5 1. You must develop a risk management and monitoring program for your activities which:
        (a) identifies all the risks of harm to human health and the environment which may arise from the activities you are engaging in at your activity site;
        (b) clearly defines your environmental performance objectives;
        (c) clearly defines your risk control performance objectives;
        (d) describes how the environmental and risk control performance objectives are being achieved;
        (e) identifies and describes how you will continue to eliminate or minimise the risks in 1(a) (above) so far as reasonably practicable (SFARP); and
        (f) describes how the information collated in compliance with this clause, is or will be disseminated, used or otherwise considered by you or any other entity.
    2. The risk management and monitoring program must be:
        (a) documented in writing;
        (b) signed by a duly authorised officer of the licensed entity; and
        (c) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G7 You must:
    (a) develop and maintain a decommissioning plan that is in accordance with the current decommissioning guidelines published by the Authority;
    (b) provide the decommissioning plan to the Authority upon request;
    (c) supply to the Authority an updated detailed decommissioning plan 40 business days prior to commencement of decommissioning, if you propose to divest a section of the licensed site, cease part or all of the licensed activity or reduce the basis upon which the licence was granted to a point where licensing is no longer required; and
    (d) decommission the licensed site in accordance with the detailed decommissioning plan, to the satisfaction of the Authority and within any reasonable timeframe which may be specified by the Authority.
    OL_WM14 All plant and equipment must be maintained and operated in proper working condition, in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications

D03 - Animal skin tanning works

This operating licence is required for operating animal skin tanning or re tanning works.

  • D03 conditions

    Note: Where a condition includes the words ‘placeholder’, values will be populated with information specific to your site.

    Condition code Description
    OL_G1 A copy of this licence must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the licence and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    OL_G2 You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of:
    (a) A discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment;
    (b) A malfunction, breakdown or failure of risk control measures at the activity site which could reasonably be expected to give rise to actual or potential harm to human health or the environment; or
    (c) Any breach of the licence.
    OL_G3 You must notify the Authority within 48 hours of the occurrence of any the following:
    (a) Any change to your name or address (including your registered address and activity site as applicable);
    (b) You become, or are likely to become, an insolvent under administration;
    (c) You become, or are likely to become, an externally administered company under the Corporations Act; or
    (d) A change to an officer (as defined in the Act).
    You must update your information in the EPA Interaction Portal if any other relevant administrative details for your business change.
    OL_G4a You must provide to the Authority with a Permission Information and Performance Statement (PIPS) in the form determined by the Authority within 2 months of receiving notification in writing from the Authority. The PIPS may be released to the public (in whole or in part).
    OL_G4b Information and monitoring records used for the preparation of, inclusion in, or support of, any reporting or notification that is required of you by the Authority (including data reporting, performance reporting, documents evidencing any risk and monitoring program) must be:
    (a) retained for five years; and
    (b) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G5 1. You must develop a risk management and monitoring program for your activities which:
        (a) identifies all the risks of harm to human health and the environment which may arise from the activities you are engaging in at your activity site;
        (b) clearly defines your environmental performance objectives;
        (c) clearly defines your risk control performance objectives;
        (d) describes how the environmental and risk control performance objectives are being achieved;
        (e) identifies and describes how you will continue to eliminate or minimise the risks in 1(a) (above) so far as reasonably practicable (SFARP); and
        (f) describes how the information collated in compliance with this clause, is or will be disseminated, used or otherwise considered by you or any other entity.
    2. The risk management and monitoring program must be:
        (a) documented in writing;
        (b) signed by a duly authorised officer of the licensed entity; and
        (c) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G7 You must:
    (a) develop and maintain a decommissioning plan that is in accordance with the current decommissioning guidelines published by the Authority;
    (b) provide the decommissioning plan to the Authority upon request;
    (c) supply to the Authority an updated detailed decommissioning plan 40 business days prior to commencement of decommissioning, if you propose to divest a section of the licensed site, cease part or all of the licensed activity or reduce the basis upon which the licence was granted to a point where licensing is no longer required; and
    (d) decommission the licensed site in accordance with the detailed decommissioning plan, to the satisfaction of the Authority and within any reasonable timeframe which may be specified by the Authority.
    OL_WM14 All plant and equipment must be maintained and operated in proper working condition, in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications

D05 - Pet food processing

This operating licence is required for pet food processing or pet food manufacturing with a designed production capacity of at least 200 tonnes per year of pet food.

  • D05 conditions

    Note: Where a condition includes the words ‘placeholder’, values will be populated with information specific to your site.

    Condition code Description
    OL_G1 A copy of this licence must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the licence and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    OL_G2 You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of:
    (a) A discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment;
    (b) A malfunction, breakdown or failure of risk control measures at the activity site which could reasonably be expected to give rise to actual or potential harm to human health or the environment; or
    (c) Any breach of the licence.
    OL_G3 You must notify the Authority within 48 hours of the occurrence of any the following:
    (a) Any change to your name or address (including your registered address and activity site as applicable);
    (b) You become, or are likely to become, an insolvent under administration;
    (c) You become, or are likely to become, an externally administered company under the Corporations Act; or
    (d) A change to an officer (as defined in the Act).
    You must update your information in the EPA Interaction Portal if any other relevant administrative details for your business change.
    OL_G4a You must provide to the Authority with a Permission Information and Performance Statement (PIPS) in the form determined by the Authority within 2 months of receiving notification in writing from the Authority. The PIPS may be released to the public (in whole or in part).
    OL_G4b Information and monitoring records used for the preparation of, inclusion in, or support of, any reporting or notification that is required of you by the Authority (including data reporting, performance reporting, documents evidencing any risk and monitoring program) must be:
    (a) retained for five years; and
    (b) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G5 1. You must develop a risk management and monitoring program for your activities which:
        (a) identifies all the risks of harm to human health and the environment which may arise from the activities you are engaging in at your activity site;
        (b) clearly defines your environmental performance objectives;
        (c) clearly defines your risk control performance objectives;
        (d) describes how the environmental and risk control performance objectives are being achieved;
        (e) identifies and describes how you will continue to eliminate or minimise the risks in 1(a) (above) so far as reasonably practicable (SFARP); and
        (f) describes how the information collated in compliance with this clause, is or will be disseminated, used or otherwise considered by you or any other entity.
    2. The risk management and monitoring program must be:
        (a) documented in writing;
        (b) signed by a duly authorised officer of the licensed entity; and
        (c) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G7 You must:
    (a) develop and maintain a decommissioning plan that is in accordance with the current decommissioning guidelines published by the Authority;
    (b) provide the decommissioning plan to the Authority upon request;
    (c) supply to the Authority an updated detailed decommissioning plan 40 business days prior to commencement of decommissioning, if you propose to divest a section of the licensed site, cease part or all of the licensed activity or reduce the basis upon which the licence was granted to a point where licensing is no longer required; and
    (d) decommission the licensed site in accordance with the detailed decommissioning plan, to the satisfaction of the Authority and within any reasonable timeframe which may be specified by the Authority.
    OL_WM14 All plant and equipment must be maintained and operated in proper working condition, in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications

D06 - Food processing

This operating licence is required for preserving, canning, bottling or drying of food using a fuel fired plant, at a designed production capacity of at least 200 tonnes per year of food.

  • D06 conditions

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    Condition code Description
    OL_G1 A copy of this licence must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the licence and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    OL_G2 You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of:
    (a) A discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment;
    (b) A malfunction, breakdown or failure of risk control measures at the activity site which could reasonably be expected to give rise to actual or potential harm to human health or the environment; or
    (c) Any breach of the licence.
    OL_G3 You must notify the Authority within 48 hours of the occurrence of any the following:
    (a) Any change to your name or address (including your registered address and activity site as applicable);
    (b) You become, or are likely to become, an insolvent under administration;
    (c) You become, or are likely to become, an externally administered company under the Corporations Act; or
    (d) A change to an officer (as defined in the Act).
    You must update your information in the EPA Interaction Portal if any other relevant administrative details for your business change.
    OL_G4a You must provide to the Authority with a Permission Information and Performance Statement (PIPS) in the form determined by the Authority within 2 months of receiving notification in writing from the Authority. The PIPS may be released to the public (in whole or in part).
    OL_G4b Information and monitoring records used for the preparation of, inclusion in, or support of, any reporting or notification that is required of you by the Authority (including data reporting, performance reporting, documents evidencing any risk and monitoring program) must be:
    (a) retained for five years; and
    (b) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G5 1. You must develop a risk management and monitoring program for your activities which:
        (a) identifies all the risks of harm to human health and the environment which may arise from the activities you are engaging in at your activity site;
        (b) clearly defines your environmental performance objectives;
        (c) clearly defines your risk control performance objectives;
        (d) describes how the environmental and risk control performance objectives are being achieved;
        (e) identifies and describes how you will continue to eliminate or minimise the risks in 1(a) (above) so far as reasonably practicable (SFARP); and
        (f) describes how the information collated in compliance with this clause, is or will be disseminated, used or otherwise considered by you or any other entity.
    2. The risk management and monitoring program must be:
        (a) documented in writing;
        (b) signed by a duly authorised officer of the licensed entity; and
        (c) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G7 You must:
    (a) develop and maintain a decommissioning plan that is in accordance with the current decommissioning guidelines published by the Authority;
    (b) provide the decommissioning plan to the Authority upon request;
    (c) supply to the Authority an updated detailed decommissioning plan 40 business days prior to commencement of decommissioning, if you propose to divest a section of the licensed site, cease part or all of the licensed activity or reduce the basis upon which the licence was granted to a point where licensing is no longer required; and
    (d) decommission the licensed site in accordance with the detailed decommissioning plan, to the satisfaction of the Authority and within any reasonable timeframe which may be specified by the Authority.
    OL_WM14 All plant and equipment must be maintained and operated in proper working condition, in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications

D07 - Milk processing

This operating licence is required for processing milk or manufacturing dairy products with a designed throughput of at least 200 tonnes per year of products.

  • D07 conditions

    Note: Where a condition includes the words ‘placeholder’, values will be populated with information specific to your site.

    Condition code Description
    OL_G1 A copy of this licence must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the licence and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    OL_G2 You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of:
    (a) A discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment;
    (b) A malfunction, breakdown or failure of risk control measures at the activity site which could reasonably be expected to give rise to actual or potential harm to human health or the environment; or
    (c) Any breach of the licence.
    OL_G3 You must notify the Authority within 48 hours of the occurrence of any the following:
    (a) Any change to your name or address (including your registered address and activity site as applicable);
    (b) You become, or are likely to become, an insolvent under administration;
    (c) You become, or are likely to become, an externally administered company under the Corporations Act; or
    (d) A change to an officer (as defined in the Act).
    You must update your information in the EPA Interaction Portal if any other relevant administrative details for your business change.
    OL_G4a You must provide to the Authority with a Permission Information and Performance Statement (PIPS) in the form determined by the Authority within 2 months of receiving notification in writing from the Authority. The PIPS may be released to the public (in whole or in part).
    OL_G4b Information and monitoring records used for the preparation of, inclusion in, or support of, any reporting or notification that is required of you by the Authority (including data reporting, performance reporting, documents evidencing any risk and monitoring program) must be:
    (a) retained for five years; and
    (b) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G5 1. You must develop a risk management and monitoring program for your activities which:
        (a) identifies all the risks of harm to human health and the environment which may arise from the activities you are engaging in at your activity site;
        (b) clearly defines your environmental performance objectives;
        (c) clearly defines your risk control performance objectives;
        (d) describes how the environmental and risk control performance objectives are being achieved;
        (e) identifies and describes how you will continue to eliminate or minimise the risks in 1(a) (above) so far as reasonably practicable (SFARP); and
        (f) describes how the information collated in compliance with this clause, is or will be disseminated, used or otherwise considered by you or any other entity.
    2. The risk management and monitoring program must be:
        (a) documented in writing;
        (b) signed by a duly authorised officer of the licensed entity; and
        (c) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G7 You must:
    (a) develop and maintain a decommissioning plan that is in accordance with the current decommissioning guidelines published by the Authority;
    (b) provide the decommissioning plan to the Authority upon request;
    (c) supply to the Authority an updated detailed decommissioning plan 40 business days prior to commencement of decommissioning, if you propose to divest a section of the licensed site, cease part or all of the licensed activity or reduce the basis upon which the licence was granted to a point where licensing is no longer required; and
    (d) decommission the licensed site in accordance with the detailed decommissioning plan, to the satisfaction of the Authority and within any reasonable timeframe which may be specified by the Authority.
    OL_WM14 All plant and equipment must be maintained and operated in proper working condition, in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications

D08 - Edible oil or fat

This operating licence is required for edible oil or fat processing, involving any of the following at a designed rate of production exceeding 2000 tonnes per year of products:
  • seed crushing
  • solvent extraction 
  • edible oil or fat deodorising.
 
  • D08 conditions

    Note: Where a condition includes the words ‘placeholder’, values will be populated with information specific to your site.

    Condition code Description
    OL_G1 A copy of this licence must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the licence and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    OL_G2 You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of:
    (a) A discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment;
    (b) A malfunction, breakdown or failure of risk control measures at the activity site which could reasonably be expected to give rise to actual or potential harm to human health or the environment; or
    (c) Any breach of the licence.
    OL_G3 You must notify the Authority within 48 hours of the occurrence of any the following:
    (a) Any change to your name or address (including your registered address and activity site as applicable);
    (b) You become, or are likely to become, an insolvent under administration;
    (c) You become, or are likely to become, an externally administered company under the Corporations Act; or
    (d) A change to an officer (as defined in the Act).
    You must update your information in the EPA Interaction Portal if any other relevant administrative details for your business change.
    OL_G4a You must provide to the Authority with a Permission Information and Performance Statement (PIPS) in the form determined by the Authority within 2 months of receiving notification in writing from the Authority. The PIPS may be released to the public (in whole or in part).
    OL_G4b Information and monitoring records used for the preparation of, inclusion in, or support of, any reporting or notification that is required of you by the Authority (including data reporting, performance reporting, documents evidencing any risk and monitoring program) must be:
    (a) retained for five years; and
    (b) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G5 1. You must develop a risk management and monitoring program for your activities which:
        (a) identifies all the risks of harm to human health and the environment which may arise from the activities you are engaging in at your activity site;
        (b) clearly defines your environmental performance objectives;
        (c) clearly defines your risk control performance objectives;
        (d) describes how the environmental and risk control performance objectives are being achieved;
        (e) identifies and describes how you will continue to eliminate or minimise the risks in 1(a) (above) so far as reasonably practicable (SFARP); and
        (f) describes how the information collated in compliance with this clause, is or will be disseminated, used or otherwise considered by you or any other entity.
    2. The risk management and monitoring program must be:
        (a) documented in writing;
        (b) signed by a duly authorised officer of the licensed entity; and
        (c) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G7 You must:
    (a) develop and maintain a decommissioning plan that is in accordance with the current decommissioning guidelines published by the Authority;
    (b) provide the decommissioning plan to the Authority upon request;
    (c) supply to the Authority an updated detailed decommissioning plan 40 business days prior to commencement of decommissioning, if you propose to divest a section of the licensed site, cease part or all of the licensed activity or reduce the basis upon which the licence was granted to a point where licensing is no longer required; and
    (d) decommission the licensed site in accordance with the detailed decommissioning plan, to the satisfaction of the Authority and within any reasonable timeframe which may be specified by the Authority.
    OL_WM14 All plant and equipment must be maintained and operated in proper working condition, in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications

D09 - Beverage manufacturing

This operating licence is required for manufacturing or processing beverages, other than:
  • wineries processing less than 300 tonnes per year of grapes and discharging or depositing waste solely to land; or
  • other types of beverage manufacturing or processing with a production capacity of less than 300 kilolitres per year that discharge or deposit waste solely to land.
 
  • D09 conditions

    Note: Where a condition includes the words ‘placeholder’, values will be populated with information specific to your site.

    Condition code Description
    OL_G1 A copy of this licence must be kept at the activity site and be easily accessible to persons who are engaging in an activity conducted at the activity site. Information regarding the requirements of the licence and the Act duties must be included in site induction and training information.
    OL_G2 You must immediately notify the Authority by calling 1300 EPA VIC (1300 372 842) in the event of:
    (a) A discharge, emission or deposit which gives rise to, or may give rise to, actual or potential harm to human health or the environment;
    (b) A malfunction, breakdown or failure of risk control measures at the activity site which could reasonably be expected to give rise to actual or potential harm to human health or the environment; or
    (c) Any breach of the licence.
    OL_G3 You must notify the Authority within 48 hours of the occurrence of any the following:
    (a) Any change to your name or address (including your registered address and activity site as applicable);
    (b) You become, or are likely to become, an insolvent under administration;
    (c) You become, or are likely to become, an externally administered company under the Corporations Act; or
    (d) A change to an officer (as defined in the Act).
    You must update your information in the EPA Interaction Portal if any other relevant administrative details for your business change.
    OL_G4a You must provide to the Authority with a Permission Information and Performance Statement (PIPS) in the form determined by the Authority within 2 months of receiving notification in writing from the Authority. The PIPS may be released to the public (in whole or in part).
    OL_G4b Information and monitoring records used for the preparation of, inclusion in, or support of, any reporting or notification that is required of you by the Authority (including data reporting, performance reporting, documents evidencing any risk and monitoring program) must be:
    (a) retained for five years; and
    (b) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G5 1. You must develop a risk management and monitoring program for your activities which:
        (a) identifies all the risks of harm to human health and the environment which may arise from the activities you are engaging in at your activity site;
        (b) clearly defines your environmental performance objectives;
        (c) clearly defines your risk control performance objectives;
        (d) describes how the environmental and risk control performance objectives are being achieved;
        (e) identifies and describes how you will continue to eliminate or minimise the risks in 1(a) (above) so far as reasonably practicable (SFARP); and
        (f) describes how the information collated in compliance with this clause, is or will be disseminated, used or otherwise considered by you or any other entity.
    2. The risk management and monitoring program must be:
        (a) documented in writing;
        (b) signed by a duly authorised officer of the licensed entity; and
        (c) made available to the Authority on request.
    OL_G7 You must:
    (a) develop and maintain a decommissioning plan that is in accordance with the current decommissioning guidelines published by the Authority;
    (b) provide the decommissioning plan to the Authority upon request;
    (c) supply to the Authority an updated detailed decommissioning plan 40 business days prior to commencement of decommissioning, if you propose to divest a section of the licensed site, cease part or all of the licensed activity or reduce the basis upon which the licence was granted to a point where licensing is no longer required; and
    (d) decommission the licensed site in accordance with the detailed decommissioning plan, to the satisfaction of the Authority and within any reasonable timeframe which may be specified by the Authority.
    OL_WM14 All plant and equipment must be maintained and operated in proper working condition, in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications

Reviewed 8 June 2021