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Pest management—a new regulatory scheme

Changes are proposed to the legislation that regulates pest management technicians and the pest management industry in Queensland. The requirements of the current Pest Management Act 2001 are to be integrated into the proposed new Medicines, Poisons and Therapeutic Goods (MPTG) Bill 2017. This new legislation will control the use of regulated substances, including poisons and pesticides. Feedback on the proposed changes is invited from those working in the pest management industry.

It is essential that the consultation paper, Introducing a new regulatory scheme for the pest management industry, be read before completing this survey.

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