Workers or businesses need to be licenced before they can carry out a range of high risk activities in the workplace.
Information on the two types of asbestos licences, as well as the asbestos assessor licence.
White cards (CIC)
A white card (or construction induction card) is required for workers who want to carry out construction work.
High risk work licences
These are a group of licences that permit you to perform high risk work. High risk work licences are recognised in all Australian states and territories.
Demolition work can be potentially dangerous so it requires a licence.
Explosives and fireworks licences
A licence is required to manufacture, import or export, store, transport, supply, handle or use explosives, explosive precursors and security sensitive dangerous substances.
Pest management or fumigation
Certification for pest management technicians and fumigators has been transferred from us to the NSW Environment Protection Authority.
Check a licence
Businesses should regularly check the high risk work licences of workers to ensure the licence is valid.
Evidence of identity
You must be able to prove who you are when you apply for a high risk work licence or attend general construction induction training.