Types of explosives licence
Explosives licence: Blasting explosives
Explosives licence: Manufacture, store, sell or import
Explosives licence: Licence to transport explosives by road and rail
Explosives licence: Licence to drive a vehicle transporting explosives
Explosives licence: Use fireworks as a pyrotechnician licence
Explosives licence: Fill or cap safety cartridges licence (non-factory)
Notification of intention to discharge fireworks
Dangerous Goods (Explosives) Regulations 2011
In 2011 Victoria updated the legal requirements for the manufacture, storage, sale, import, transport and use of explosives, with the introduction of the Dangerous Goods (Explosives) Regulations 2011.
Most of the requirements in the 2000 regulations are the same as the 2011 ones. However, some changes improve public safety and security and clarify responsibilities so that the law is easier to understand.
Licence holders can retain licences issued under the Dangerous Goods (Explosives) Regulations 2000 until they expire.