Registration of a registrable plant - Queensland

Description

You will need to obtain registration if you manage or control any of the following equipment:

  • Boilers, categorised as hazard level A, B or C according to the criteria in section 2.1 of AS 4343:2005 (Pressure equipment - Hazard levels)
  • Pressure vessels categorised as hazard level A, B or C according to the criteria in section 2.1 of AS 4343:2005 (Pressure equipment - Hazard levels), except gas cylinders, LP gas fuel vessels for automotive use, or serially produced vessels
  • Building maintenance units
  • Escalators
  • Lifts, including escalators and moving walkways, except lifts stated in section 4(2)
  • Mobile cranes with a rated capacity of greater than 10 tonnes
  • Tower cranes including self-erecting tower cranes
  • Concrete placement units with delivery booms
  • Amusement devices covered by section 2.1 of AS 3533.1 (Amusement Rides and Devices), except class 1 structures stated in section 4(3).

All applications for plant registration must include a 'safe to operate' statement which declares that the item of plant has been inspected by a competent person and assessed by that person as being safe to operate.

A competent person who is qualified to inspect plant for the 'safe to operate' statement must have:

  • educational or vocational qualifications in an engineering discipline relevant to the plant to be inspected (except for inflatable amusement devices with platform height less than 9m)
  • knowledge of the technical standards relevant to the plant to be inspected.

A certificate of registration is issued for all registered plant (fixed and mobile).

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements

To be eligible for a certificate of registration, you should obtain a Letter of Acceptance of Design for each Registrable Plant. Where applicable, reciprocal approval from other states or overseas will suffice. You will also require a 'safe to operate' statement.

If the design of the plant is not registered, drawings, calculations or a certificate is needed from a competent person stating that the machine complies with the relevant Australian Standards.

Duration

One year

Expiry

31 January

Fees

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Transfer

This licence cannot be transferred.

If the plant is to be sold interstate, scrapped or decommissioned, no transfer is required. However, your regional office must be notified and there must be no improvement notices or prohibitions against the plant.

Administering agency

Office of Industrial Relations

Workplace Health and Safety Queensland

Contact details

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Enquiries

Workplace Health and Safety Queensland

Office of Industrial Relations

Queensland
Mailing address: GPO BOX 69
Brisbane, Queensland 4001
Phone: 1300 362 128
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