Changes to Western Australia’s Dangerous Goods regulation

From 1 January 2014 a number of changes to how “dangerous goods” are regulated in Western Australia take effect, including repealing the Dangerous Good Safety (Goods in Ports) Regulations 2007 .

You can review the changes in our legal compliance database by accessing the link below:

www.lawstream.com.au

Username:  DGtest

Password: password

(Username and password are both case-sensitive)

This is a read only access, and will only be available for 2 weeks.

You can review the amendments in the update tabs when you navigate to the individual sections of the legislation. For example, if you go to regulation 239 of the Dangerous Goods Safety (Road and Rail Transport of Non-Explosives) Regulations 2007 and click on the update tab, you will see a redlined explanation of the amendment. Unless otherwise noted, information under the legislation tab is current legislation.

Also note, that new parts of the legislation (to take effect from 1 January) are set out in the “tree view” on the right hand side of the page. Relevant parts are followed by the notation “(this section takes effect from 1 January 2013)”.

If you have any problems reviewing the information or would like an online demonstration of the database, contact me by email at gsmith@stegroup.com.au

Please Note: Lawstream subscribers receive an email alert advising them of all changes to legislation they are subscribed to, as well as advice about whether the amendments are substantive or administrative.

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