Radiation user licence - fees and forms

Radiation user licence fees

Radiation user licence applications

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EPA eConnect can't be used to change information such as the name on your licence, a condition of licence e.g. add the GE1 condition (general approval to exempt from licensing) or change apparatus or radioactive substance information.  To make any of these changes you will need to apply in writing to vary your licence by completing this form. 

Are you a worker from interstate? From 1 December 2022, if you hold a valid and current radiation user licence in another state or territory (besides Queensland), you may be entitled to work in NSW under automatic mutual recognition (AMR). If eligible for AMR, you may no longer need to apply for, or renew, a NSW radiation user licence but will need to notify the EPA of your intention to work in NSW.

Find out more about automatic mutual recognition and if you are eligible.

Radiation user licence other forms

If you are a worker from interstate or New Zealand and wish to work in NSW (but are not eligible or do not want to rely on automatic mutual recognition), you may be entitled to apply for a NSW radiation user licence under the mutual recognition scheme. As part of your application, you will need to supply a completed statutory declaration form:

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