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A Refrigerant Trading Authorisation (RTA) is subject to conditions and auditing processes designed to minimise the risk of emissions while the refrigerant is in their possession.

Under paragraph 141(1)(f) of the Ozone and Synthetic Gas Management Regulations 1995 (‘the Regulations’), all three types of RTA, that is, the Refrigerant Trading Authorisation, the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Equipment Manufacturing Authorisation and the Restricted Refrigerant Trading Authorisation, require that the holder puts into effect a risk management plan (RMP) for their premises (premises includes; a structure, building, vehicle, vessel or aircraft, land or place).

A sample risk management plan guide along with reporting templates and an audit checklist are available for download to assist you in developing your own risk management plan.

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Disclaimer: The Australian Refrigeration Council ("ARC") licences persons in accordance with the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Regulations 1995. The ARC does not warrant or guarantee the quality of any work performed or product provided by a person licensed by it. Any warranties required should be obtained directly from the licensed service provider.