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Invitation to Make Submissions
INVITATION TO MAKE SUBMISSIONS
Consultation Regulatory Impact Statement
Intense Pulsed Light sources (IPLs) and Lasers for Cosmetic or Beauty Therapy
SUBMISSIONS CLOSED 31 JULY 2015
On 26 May 2015, ARPANSA invited submissions on the Consultation Regulatory Impact Statement (RIS) to cover the use of Intense Pulsed Light sources (IPLs) and Lasers for Cosmetic or Beauty Therapy.
The Radiation Health Committee established under the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Act 1998, is charged with recommending regulatory requirements for matters relating to radiation protection and, in that capacity, has prepared a Consultation RIS to cover the use of IPLs and Lasers in Cosmetic and Beauty Therapy. The Consultation RIS looks at the problem and presents a case for intervention.
The Office of Best Practice Regulation (OBPR) has advised ARPANSA this Consultation RIS has met the requirements of the Principles and Guidelines for National Standard and Regulatory Action by Ministerial Councils and National Standard Setting Bodies published by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) in October 2007. (OBPR Ref: 16138).
Should the proposed model for licensing of service providers be recommended to the COAG Health Council, if approved, it is intended to be adopted into the National Directory for Radiation Protection (NDRP) and applied in each jurisdiction by regulation or licence conditions for the Cosmetic and Beauty Therapy profession in their use of IPLs and Lasers. The aim of the NDRP is to provide nationally uniform requirements radiation safety together with clear regulatory statements to be adopted by the Commonwealth, states and territories.
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All submissions will be held in a register of submissions, and unless marked confidential, may be made public.
Public submissions closed on 31 July 2015.
Update on progress – 27 January 2016
ARPANSA received over 260 public submissions on the Consultation Regulatory Impact Statement (RIS). The comments will be used by the working group to update the consultation RIS. If necessary, a second round consultation will be undertaken in mid-2016 before a 'decision' RIS is prepared to support the preferred option.
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