Poisons Standard July 2015

Link to law: https://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/F2015L00844

 
 
 
POISONS STANDARD JULY 2015
 
I, ANTHONY GILL, a delegate of the Secretary to the Department of Health for the purposes of paragraph 52D(2)(b) of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989 (the Act) and acting in accordance with the Secretary’s power under that paragraph of the Act, prepare this new Poisons Standard, in substitution for the current Poisons Standard.
 
(Signed by)
 
 
ANTHONY GILL
Delegate of the Secretary to the Department of Health
 
Dated this 12 June 2015

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1.         Citation
This instrument is the Poisons Standard July 2015.
 
2.         The New Poisons Standard
The Poisons Standard July 2015 consists of the Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons No. 8 (the SUSMP8) as set out in Schedule 1.
 
3.         Commencement
The Poisons Standard July 2015 commences on 1 July 2015.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Schedule 1-Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons No. 8
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
STANDARD FOR THE UNIFORM SCHEDULING OF MEDICINES AND POISONS
No. 8
July 2015
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Reasons for scheduling delegates’ final decisions can be accessed from the TGA website, at https://www.tga.gov.au/reasons-scheduling-delegates-final-decisions  
Further inquiries in relation to this document should be directed to:
The Secretary
Chemicals Scheduling Secretariat (MDP88)
Office of Chemical Safety
Department of Health
GPO Box 9848
CANBERRA  ACT  2601

or by email to Chemicals.Scheduling@health.gov.au
 
The Secretary
Medicines Scheduling Secretariat (MD122)
Communications and Secretariat
Therapeutic Goods Administration
PO Box 100
WODEN ACT 2606

or by email to Medicines.Scheduling@tga.gov.au
 
Media Liaison Unit
Australian Government Department of Health
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION  iii
CLASSIFICATION   iv
PRINCIPLES OF SCHEDULING   v
READING THE SCHEDULES  v
AVAILABILITY OF POISONS  vii
PREPARATIONS CONTAINING POISONS LISTED IN TWO OR MORE SCHEDULES  vii
PART 1  1
INTERPRETATION_ 1
PART 2  10
CONTROL ON MEDICINES AND POISONS_ 10
SECTION ONE     LABELS_ 10
SECTION TWO    CONTAINERS_ 21
SECTION THREE    STORAGE_ 26
SECTION FOUR  DISPOSAL_ 27
SECTION FIVE    RECORD KEEPING_ 27
SECTION SIX    SALE,  SUPPLY, POSSESSION, or USE_ 27
SECTION SEVEN/Appendix I   PAINT OR TINTERS_ 28
PART 3  30
MISCELLANEOUS REGULATIONS_ 30
SECTION ONE    ADVERTISING_ 30
SECTION TWO    SALE OR SUPPLY_ 30
SECTION THREE    STORAGE_ 31
PART 4  32
THE SCHEDULES_ 32
SCHEDULE 1_ 32
SCHEDULE 2_ 32
SCHEDULE 3_ 49
SCHEDULE 4_ 56
SCHEDULE 5_ 139
SCHEDULE 6_ 169
SCHEDULE 7_ 209
SCHEDULE 8_ 221
SCHEDULE 9_ 225
SCHEDULE 10/APPENDIX C_ 232
PART 5  238
THE APPENDICES_ 238
APPENDIX A – GENERAL EXEMPTIONS_ 238
APPENDIX B – SUBSTANCES CONSIDERED NOT TO REQUIRE CONTROL BY SCHEDULING   241
APPENDIX C (see SCHEDULE 10) 257
APPENDIX D – ADDITIONAL CONTROLS ON POSSESSION OR SUPPLY OF POISONS INCLUDED IN SCHEDULE 4 OR 8_ 258
APPENDIX E – FIRST AID INSTRUCTIONS FOR POISONS_ 263
APPENDIX F – WARNING STATEMENTS AND GENERAL SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR POISONS  286
APPENDIX G – DILUTE PREPARATIONS_ 319
APPENDIX H – SCHEDULE 3 POISONS PERMITTED TO BE ADVERTISED_ 322
APPENDIX I 322
APPENDIX J – CONDITIONS FOR AVAILABILITY AND USE OF SCHEDULE 7 POISONS  323
APPENDIX K –  DRUGS REQUIRED TO BE LABELLED WITH A SEDATION WARNING   328
APPENDIX L – REQUIREMENTS FOR DISPENSING LABELS FOR HUMAN AND VETERINARY MEDICINES_ 336
INDEX  341
 
INTRODUCTION
The Poisons Standard July 2015, which, under section 2 above consists of the Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons (the Standard, or the SUSMP), is made under paragraph 52D(2)(b) of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989, and is a compilation of the decisions made under section 52D of the same Act.  The SUSMP should be read in conjunction with the Scheduling Policy Framework (SPF) of the Australian Health Ministers' Advisory Council.  Further information on the scheduling amendments and the SPF can be accessed at www.tga.gov.au.  Refer to Part 1, Interpretation, on page 2 below for definitions of specific terms used in this document including “medicine” and “poison” (noting that the definition of poison includes medicine).
The SUSMP serves two key purposes.
Firstly, the SUSMP contains the decisions of the Secretary of the Department of Health or the Secretary's delegates regarding the classification of poisons into Schedules, as recommendations to Australian States and Territories.  The scheduling classification sets the level of control on the availability of poisons.  The scheduling of poisons is implemented through relevant State and Territory legislation.  Certain advertising, labelling and packaging requirements may also be a consequence of scheduling, but are the subject of other Commonwealth registration schemes.
Secondly, the SUSMP includes provisions for labelling, containers, storage, disposal, record-keeping, sale, supply and possession of poisons in general which are intended to be adopted for use in each jurisdiction of Australia.  Other government agencies may also impose controls on certain products, for example cosmetics.
The requirements for labelling and containers in the SUSMP are intended to integrate with existing legislative instruments for labelling and containers.  Advertising, labelling and packaging of therapeutic goods and agricultural and veterinary chemicals are also dealt with through the respective product registration schemes provided for in Commonwealth legislation. 
Poisons which are packed and sold solely for industrial, manufacturing, laboratory or dispensary use are exempt from all labelling requirements included in the SUSMP as they are covered by Safe Work Australia's National Code of Practice for the Labelling of Workplace Substances [NOHSC: 2012(1994)].  Note, however that this exemption does not extend to controls on supply of these poisons.
The SUSMP is presented with a view to promoting uniform:
·      scheduling of poisons throughout Australia;
·      signal headings on labels for poisons throughout Australia;
·      labelling and packaging requirements for poisons throughout Australia;
·      additional controls on the availability and use of poisons in Australia.
The various Commonwealth Acts, legislative instruments and other documents which integrate with the SUSMP include:
·      the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Act 1994
·      the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Regulations 1995
·      the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989
·      Therapeutic Goods Order 69 – General requirements for labels for medicines
·      Therapeutic Goods Order 80 – Child-Resistant Packaging Requirements for Medicines
·      the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels (RASML).
CLASSIFICATION
Poisons are classified according to the Schedules in which they are included.  The following is a general description of the Schedules.  For the legal definitions, however, it is necessary to check with each relevant State or Territory authority.
Schedule 1.
This Schedule is intentionally blank.

Schedule 2.
Pharmacy Medicine – Substances, the safe use of which may require advice from a pharmacist and which should be available from a pharmacy or, where a pharmacy service is not available, from a licensed person.

Schedule 3. 
Pharmacist Only Medicine – Substances, the safe use of which requires professional advice but which should be available to the public from a pharmacist without a prescription.

Schedule 4.           
Prescription Only Medicine, or Prescription Animal Remedy – Substances, the use or supply of which should be by or on the order of persons permitted by State or Territory legislation to prescribe and should be available from a pharmacist on prescription.

Schedule 5.           
Caution – Substances with a low potential for causing harm, the extent of which can be reduced through the use of appropriate packaging with simple warnings and safety directions on the label.

Schedule 6.
Poison – Substances with a moderate potential for causing harm, the extent of which can be reduced through the use of distinctive packaging with strong warnings and safety directions on the label.

Schedule 7.
Dangerous Poison – Substances with a high potential for causing harm at low exposure and which require special precautions during manufacture, handling or use.  These poisons should be available only to specialised or authorised users who have the skills necessary to handle them safely.  Special regulations restricting their availability, possession, storage or use may apply.

Schedule 8.           
Controlled Drug – Substances which should be available for use but require restriction of manufacture, supply, distribution, possession and use to reduce abuse, misuse and physical or psychological dependence.

Schedule 9.             
Prohibited Substance – Substances which may be abused or misused, the manufacture, possession, sale or use of which should be prohibited by law except when required for medical or scientific research, or for analytical, teaching or training purposes with approval of Commonwealth and/or State or Territory Health Authorities.

Schedule 10/ Appendix C.
Substances of such danger to health as to warrant prohibition of sale, supply and use - Substances which are prohibited for the purpose or purposes listed for each poison.

PRINCIPLES OF SCHEDULING
Poisons are not scheduled on the basis of a universal scale of toxicity.  Although toxicity is one of the factors considered, and is itself a complex of factors, the decision to include a substance in a particular Schedule also takes into account many other criteria such as the purpose of use, potential for abuse, safety in use and the need for the substance.
This Standard lists poisons in ten Schedules according to the degree of control recommended to be exercised over their availability to the public.
Poisons for therapeutic use (medicines) are mostly included in Schedules 2, 3, 4 and 8 with progression through these Schedules signifying increasingly restrictive regulatory controls.
For some medicines and agricultural, domestic and industrial poisons, Schedules 5, 6 and 7 represent increasingly stricter container and labelling requirements with special regulatory controls over the availability of the poisons listed in Schedule 7.  Products for domestic use must not include poisons listed in Schedule 7.
Schedule 9 contains substances that should be available only for teaching, training, medical or scientific research including clinical trials conducted with the approval of Commonwealth and/or State and Territory health authorities.  Although appearing as a Schedule in this Standard, the method by which it is implemented in the States and Territories may vary.
Schedule 10/Appendix C contains a list of substances or preparations, the sale, supply or use of which should be prohibited because of their known dangerous properties. 
Substances in products which have been considered for scheduling, but have been exempted from this Standard, may be listed in either Appendix A (general exemptions) or Appendix B (substances considered not to require control by scheduling).
READING THE SCHEDULES
Schedule entries have been designed to be as simple as possible while retaining readability, legal integrity and as much freedom from ambiguity and contradiction as possible.  As a result, they are expressed in a number of ways, though this number has been kept to a minimum.  It is necessary to keep this variety of expression in mind when searching or interpreting Schedule entries.
Firstly, poisons are scheduled individually using their approved names wherever practicable although exceptions are necessary in some cases.  Some of those are mentioned overleaf.  Older group entries are revised and replaced by individual entries as time permits, although in some of these cases a group term has also been retained to deal with any members of the group or class that may have escaped attention but should be scheduled.
Secondly, Schedule entries have been expressed in either positive or negative terms and care must be taken to distinguish between the two different forms of expression. Thus, selenium is in Schedule 6 only when one of the clauses in this Schedule entry applies, while fluorides are in Schedule 6 unless one of the exempting clauses applies.
Where exceptions are included in an entry, these have been emphasised by printing the word “except” in bold type.
Where the Schedule entries for a poison make a specific exclusion or exemption, the requirements of this Standard do not apply to that poison within the constraints of that exclusion or exemption although controls under other legislation, such as pesticide registration, may apply.
Where a Schedule entry for a poison requires a specific statement to be included on a label as a condition for a product to qualify for an exemption (‘reverse scheduling’), then in cases where it is impracticable for a supplier to use the exact wording of such a statement, its wording may be varied provided that the full intent and meaning of the statement is not changed.
Where a poison has been included in more than one Schedule, the principal entry, where practicable, has been included in the most restrictive Schedule with references to the other Schedule(s) involved.
It is important to remember that a Schedule entry includes preparations containing the poison in any concentration and all salts and derivatives of the poison unless it specifically states otherwise. (See Part 1, Interpretation, subparagraph 1(2).
It is important to note that a substance is not classed as a derivative on the basis of a single, prescriptive set of criteria.  Classification of a substance as a derivative of a scheduled poison relies on a balanced consideration of factors to decide if a substance has a similar nature (e.g. structurally, pharmacologically, toxicologically) to a scheduled poison or is readily converted (either physically or chemically) to a scheduled poison.  However, a substance is only considered a derivative of a scheduled poison if it is not individually listed elsewhere in the Schedules, or captured by a more restrictive group or class entry.  Additionally, some entries specifically exclude derivatives.  Once a substance is determined to be a derivative of a scheduled poison, the same scheduling requirements as the scheduled poison, including limits on access, supply and availability, will apply.
Finally, when using this Standard to determine the scheduling status of a poison, it may be necessary to search each relevant Schedule as well as Appendices A, B and the Index.  In this process, if the poison is not found under its “approved name” it may be shown under a group term such as:
Group                                                
Example

the parent acid of salts                        
“oxalic acid” to find sodium oxalate

the radical of a salt                 
“chromates” to find potassium chromate

the element
“arsenic” to find arsenic trioxide

a chemical group with similar toxicological or pharmacological activity
“hydrocarbons, liquid” to find kerosene

a pharmacological group
“anabolic steroidal agents” to find “androsterone”

AVAILABILITY OF POISONS
The purpose of classification is to group substances into Schedules that require similar regulatory controls over their availability.
These Schedules have been developed over a long period and contain poisons that may be obsolete for various reasons.  Also, as part of the move to harmonise the Australian and New Zealand classifications, many substances have been added to the Schedules for that purpose, irrespective of their availability in either country.
Inclusion of a poison in a Schedule indicates the degree of control required if it is marketed.  It does not indicate:
·      that the poison is available; nor
·      that is has been approved or is efficacious for any use that may be specified in a Schedule; nor
·      does it negate any obligation for registration of a therapeutic good, or agricultural or veterinary chemical product containing that poison.
PREPARATIONS CONTAINING POISONS LISTED IN TWO OR MORE SCHEDULES
If a preparation contains two or more poisons, the provisions relating to each of the Schedules in which those poisons are included apply.
Where it is not possible to comply both with a provision relating to one of those Schedules and with a provision relating to another of those Schedules, the provision of the more restrictive Schedule applies, unless a contrary intention is indicated in the Schedules or relevant legislation.
The Schedules listed in order of greatest to least restriction on access and availability are 9, 10, 8, 4, 7, 3, 2, 6, 5.
Schedule 1 is not currently in use.
Some substances in certain circumstances are also subject to exemptions or additional restrictions as described in the Appendices of this Standard.  The table below summarises the purpose of each of the Appendices and the controls imposed on substances included in them.
 
Appendix
Title
Purpose/ controls imposed

Appendix A                       
General exemptions
List of classes of products or uses exempted from this Standard.

Appendix B                       
Substances considered not to require control by scheduling
List of poisons exempted from scheduling.

Appendix C           
Appendix is intentionally left blank
 

Appendix D           
Additional controls on possession or supply of poisons included in Schedule 4 or 8           
List of poisons included in Schedule 4 or 8 where additional specified controls apply on possession or supply.

Appendix E                       
First aid instructions for poisons
First aid instructions for poisons (other than agricultural and veterinary chemicals and chemicals packed and sold solely for industrial, dispensary, manufacturing or laboratory use).

Appendix F                       
Warning statements and general safety directions for poisons
Warning statements and general safety directions for poisons (other than human medicines, agricultural and veterinary chemicals and chemicals packed and sold solely for industrial, dispensary, manufacturing or laboratory use).

Appendix G                       
Dilute preparations
Concentration cut-offs for specified poisons, below which the requirements of the Standard do not apply

Appendix H
Schedule 3 medicines permitted to be advertised
List of medicines included in Schedule 3 that are permitted to be advertised to the public.

Appendix I
Appendix is intentionally left blank
 

Appendix J
Conditions for availability and use of Schedule 7 poisons
List of poisons included in Schedule 7 where additional specified conditions apply to their availability and use.

Appendix K           
Human medicines required to be labelled with a sedation warning                       
List of human medicines required to be labelled with a warning regarding their sedation potential.

Appendix L
Requirements for dispensing labels for medicines       
Requirements applying to labels attached to medicines at the time of dispensing.

PART 1
INTERPRETATION
1.    (1) In this Standard, unless the contrary intention appears —
“Agricultural chemical” means a substance that is represented, imported, manufactured, supplied or used as a means of directly or indirectly:
a)      destroying, stupefying, repelling, inhibiting the feeding of, or preventing infestation by or attacks of, any pest in relation to a plant, a place or a thing;
b)      destroying a plant;
c)      modifying the physiology of a plant or pest so as to alter its natural development, productivity, quality or reproductive capacity;
d)      modifying an effect of another agricultural chemical;
e)      attracting a pest for the purpose of destroying it; or
f)       any active ingredient included in a product declared by regulation under the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Act 1994 to be an agricultural chemical product;
but does not include:
g)      a veterinary chemical.
“Agricultural chemical product” has the meaning defined in the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Act 1994.
“Animal” means any animal (other than a human being), whether vertebrate or not, and whether a food producing species or not, and includes mammals, birds, bees, reptiles, amphibians, fish, crustaceans and molluscs.
“Animal feed premix” means a concentrated preparation, containing one or more poisons, for mixing with food ingredients to produce a bulk feed for a group of animals (including fish or birds), but does not include a preparation for mixing with an individual animal’s food.
“Appropriate authority” means:
a)      in the Australian Capital Territory, ACT Government Health Directorate;
b)      for the purpose of providing an exemption from all or part of Section 1.1 to Section 1.5.3 in Part 2 of this Standard by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority, the Chief Executive Officer or their delegate;
c)      in New South Wales, the Director-General of the NSW Ministry of Health;
d)      in the Northern Territory, the Chief Health Officer of the Department of Health;
e)      in Queensland, the Chief Executive of Queensland Health;
f)       in South Australia, the Chief Executive of the Department for Health and Ageing;
g)      in Tasmania, the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services;
h)      for the purpose of providing an exemption from all or part of Section 1.1 to Section 1.5.3 of this Standard  by the Therapeutic Goods Administration, the National Manager or their delegate;
i)        in Victoria, the Secretary to the Department of Health;
j)        in Western Australia, the Chief Executive Officer of the Department of Health.
“Approved name” means:
a)      in relation to a poison that is for human therapeutic use, the name approved for use by the Therapeutic Goods Administration; 
b)      in relation to a poison that is for animal or agricultural use, the name approved for use by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority;
c)      in relation to all other poisons:
i)        the name used in an entry in these Schedules; or, if no such name is given,
ii)      the English name recommended by Standards Australia as the common name for the poison; or, if no such name is given,
iii)    the English name given to the poison by the International Organization for Standardization; or, if no such name is given,
iv)    the English name given to the poison by the British Standards Institution; or, if no such name is given,
v)      the name that would comply with the requirements of part (a) or (b) of this definition, or, if no such name is given,
vi)    the English name given to the poison by the European Committee for Standardization (CEN); or, if no such name is given,
vii)  the international non-proprietary name recommended for the poison by the World Health Organization; or, if no such name is given,
viii)     the International Nomenclature Cosmetic Ingredient name for the poison listed in the International Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary & Handbook published by the Personal Care Products Council of America; or, if no such name is given,
ix)    the accepted scientific name or the name descriptive of the true nature and origin of the poison.
“Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail” means the seventh edition of the document of that name.
“Authorised prescriber” means a registered medical, dental or veterinary practitioner or such other person authorised by the appropriate authority.
“Blood” means whole blood extracted from human donors.
“Blood components” means therapeutic components that have been manufactured from blood (including red cells, white cells, stem cells, platelets and plasma), except for products derived through fractionation of plasma.
“Child-resistant closure” means:
a)      a closure that complies with the requirements for a child-resistant closure in the Australian Standard AS 1928-2007 entitled Child-resistant packaging – Requirements and testing procedures for reclosable packages (ISO 8317:2003, MOD);
b)      a closure approved by an order made under subsection 10(3) of the Commonwealth Therapeutic Goods Act 1989; or
c)      in the case of a can fitted with a press-on lid, a lid of the design known as “double tight” or “triple tight”.
See also "Non-access packaging”.
“Child-resistant packaging” means packaging that:
a)      complies with the requirements of the Australian Standard AS 1928-2007 entitled Child resistant packaging – Requirements and testing procedures for reclosable packages (ISO 8317:2003, MOD);
b)      is reclosable and complies with the requirements of at least one of the following Standards:
i)        the International Organization for Standardization Standard ISO 8317:2003 entitled Child-resistant packaging – Requirements and testing procedures for reclosable packages;
ii)      the British Standards Institution Standard BS EN ISO 8317:2004 entitled Child-resistant packaging.  Requirements and testing procedures for reclosable packages;
iii)    the Canadian Standards Association Standard CSA Z76.1-06 entitled Reclosable Child-Resistant Packages;
iv)    the United States Code of Federal Regulations, Title 16, Section 1700.15, entitled Poison prevention packaging standards and Section 1700.20, entitled Testing procedure for special packaging;
c)      is approved as child-resistant by any order made under subsection 10(3) of the Commonwealth Therapeutic Goods Act 1989; or
d)      is in the form of blister or strip packaging in which a unit of use is individually protected until the time of release and that complies with Section 3 (Requirements for non-reclosable packages) of Australian Standard AS 1928-2001 entitled Child-resistant packages.
See also "Non-access packaging".
“Compounded” in relation to a substance means combined with one or more other therapeutically active substances in such a way that it cannot be separated from them by simple dissolution or other simple physical means.
“Cosmetic” means:
a)      a substance or preparation intended for placement in contact with any external part of the human body, including:
i)        the mucous membranes of the oral cavity; and
ii)      the teeth;
with a view to:
iii)    altering the odours of the body; or
iv)    changing its appearance; or
v)      cleansing it; or
vi)    maintaining it in good condition; or
vii)  perfuming it; or
viii)     protecting it.
“Debitterised neem seed oil” means highly purified oil from the neem seed containing only fatty acids and glycerides of fatty acids.
“Dermal use” means application to the skin primarily for localised effect.
“Designated solvent” means the following:
acetone
dimethylformamide
N-(N-dodecyl)-2-pyrrolidone
hydrocarbons, liquid
methanol when included in Schedule 5
methyl ethyl ketone
methyl isoamyl ketone
            methyl isobutyl ketone
            N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone
            N-(N-octyl)-2- pyrrolidone
            phenyl methyl ketone
            styrene
            tetrachloroethylene
            1,1,1-trichloroethane
"Dispensing label” means the label attached to the immediate container of a substance for therapeutic use at the time of dispensing.
“Distributor” means a person who imports, sells or otherwise supplies a poison.
“Divided preparation” means a preparation manufactured and packed as discrete pre-measured dosage units prior to sale or supply, and includes tablets, capsules, cachets, single dose powders or single dose sachets of powders or granules.
“Dosage unit” means an individual dose of a poison for therapeutic use and includes a tablet, capsule, cachet, single dose powder or single dose sachet of powders or granules.
“Drug” means a poison intended for human or animal therapeutic use.
“Essential oils” means products obtained from natural raw materials either by distillation with water or steam or from the epicarp of citrus fruits by a mechanical process, or by dry distillation.  For scheduling purposes it also means:
a)      oils of equivalent composition derived through synthetic means; or
b)      prepared mixtures of oils of equivalent composition comprising a mixture of synthetic and natural components.
“External” in relation to the use of a poison means application in the ears, eyes or nose or to a body surface other than in the mouth, rectum, vagina, urethra or other body orifice.
“First Group Paint” means a paint containing the specified proportion of any substance in the First Group to Part 2 Section 7 of this Standard.
“Free formaldehyde” includes all hydrated and non-hydrated formaldehyde present in aqueous solution, including methylene glycol.
“Graphic material” means the material which is to be deposited on another material by a graphic instrument during writing, drawing or marking and includes cores of pencils, school pastels or crayons, blackboard chalks, finger or showcard colours, poster paints and watercolour blocks.
“Hawking” means to sell or supply (including peddle or distribute or cause to be distributed) in a public place.
“Height” in relation to letters used for words, expressions or statements on labels means the height of capital letters or lower case letters having an ascender or a descender.
“Hemp seed oil” means the oil obtained by cold expression from the ripened fruits (seeds) of Cannabis sativa.
“Immediate container” includes all forms of containers in which a poison is directly packed but does not include any such container intended for consumption or any immediate wrapper.
“Immediate wrapper” means metal foil, plastic foil, waxed paper, or any other such material not intended for consumption, when used as the first wrapper for a dosage unit or dressing.
“Internal use” means administration:
a)      orally, except for topical effect in the mouth; or
b)      for absorption and the production of a systemic effect;
i)        by way of a body orifice other than the mouth; or
ii)      parenterally, other than by application to unbroken skin.
“Label” means:
a)      a written statement on a container of a poison; and
b)      in relation to a therapeutic good, includes a display of printed information about the product:
i)        on, or attached to, the good;
ii)      on, or attached to, a container or primary pack in which the good is supplied; or
iii)    supplied with such a container or pack.
“Main label” means, where there are two or more labels on a container or a label is divided into two or more portions:
a)      the part of a label that is most likely to be displayed, presented, shown, or examined under ordinary or customary conditions of display; and
b)      where there are two or more labels or two or more portions of a single label – that label or portion of the label where the product name is more or most conspicuously shown; or
c)      where the product name is equally conspicuous on two or more labels or portions of a label – each such label or portion.
“Manufacturer” means a person who manufactures, produces, or packs a poison.
“Measure pack” means a sealed container which contains a measured quantity of poison for use on one occasion as a pesticide or domestic product and one or more of which is enclosed in a primary pack.
“Medicine” means any poison for therapeutic use.
Note: To be preceded by “human” or “veterinary” where restriction of the “medicine” to human or animal use is intended.
“Name and address” means the name and address, in Australia, of the manufacturer or distributor of a poison but does not include a post office, cable, telegraphic or code address.  Where such manufacturer or distributor is a company incorporated in accordance with the appropriate law of any State or Territory of the Commonwealth of Australia or a firm registered under the Business Names Act of any State or Territory, the inclusion in the label of the registered name of the corporation or firm or its branch or its division and the city or town in which a registered office is situated shall be deemed to comply with the requirements.
“Non-access packaging” is packaging that complies with the requirements of Australian Standard AS4710-2001 entitled Packages for chemicals not intended for access or contact with their contents by humans, in relation to products that are not intended for human therapeutic use.
       See also "Child-resistant closure" and "Child-resistant packaging”.
“Non-volatile content” in relation to a paint or tinter means that portion of a paint or tinter determined to be the non-volatile content by Method 301.1 of Australian Standard AS 1580-301.1-2005 entitled Paints and related materials – Methods of test – Non-volatile content by mass.
“Oromucosal use” means administration to the oral mucosa, specifically the oral cavity and/or the pharynx.
“Paint”, without limiting the ordinary meaning, includes any substance used or intended to be used for application as a colouring or protective coating to any surface but does not include graphic material or paints for therapeutic use.
“Pesticide” means any substance or mixture of substances used or intended to be used:
a)      for preventing, destroying, repelling, attracting, inhibiting or controlling any insects, rodents, birds, nematodes, bacteria, fungi, weeds or other forms of plant or animal life or viruses, which are pests; or
b)      as a plant regulator, promoter, defoliant or desiccant for food storage, household, industrial, commercial, agricultural and non-agricultural application, but does not include veterinary drugs, stock medicines, stock feeds, stock feed additives, drugs for human use, food additives or fertilisers.
“Poison” means any substance or preparation included in a Schedule to this Standard.
“Primary pack” means the pack in which a poison and its immediate container or immediate wrapper or measure pack are presented for sale or supply.
“Product sample” means a packed poison supplied directly to the consumer free of charge or or a nominal charge as a mechanism to promote the sale of the product and may be small packs producted specifically for the purposes of promotion or normal commercial packs which in other circumstances a consumer would need to purchase.
“Public Place” means any place where members of the public are lawfully entilded, invited or permitted to be present in their capacity as members of the public. For example a street, road, footway, court, alley or through-fare that the public are allowed to use, in any residential premises, door to door, place to place or house to house.
“Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels” means the document made under subsection 3(5A) of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989 by the Therapeutic Goods Administration.
“Restricted flow insert” means a restriction fitted, or moulded, in the neck of a container which:
a)      cannot readily be removed from the container by manual force; and
b)      limits the delivery of the contents to drops each of which is not more than 200 microlitres.
“Second Group Paint” means a paint containing the specified proportion of any substance in the Second Group to Part 2 Section 7 of this Standard.
“Selected container” means:
a)      an injection vial having a nominal capacity of ten millilitres or less;
b)      a single use syringe; or
c)      any other container for substances for therapeutic use having a nominal capacity of ten millilitres or less.
“Solid” is considered to include “powder” for the purposes of scheduling.
“Therapeutic good” has the meaning defined in the Commonwealth Therapeutic Goods Act 1989.
“Therapeutic use” means use in or in connection with:
a)      preventing, diagnosing, curing or alleviating a disease, ailment, defect or injury in human beings or animals;
b)      influencing, inhibiting or modifying a physiological process in human beings or animals;
c)      testing the susceptibility of human beings or animals to a disease or ailment;
d)      influencing, controlling or preventing conception in human beings or animals;
e)      testing for pregnancy in human beings or animals; or
f)       the replacement or modification of parts of the anatomy in human beings or animals.
“Tinter” means any pigment or admixture of pigment with other substances, in powder, semi-solid or liquid form, sold or supplied for the purpose of adding to paint in order to change the colour of the paint.
“Topical use” means application of a poison for the purpose of producing a localised effect on the surface of the organ or within the tissue to which it is applied.
“Toy” means an object or number of objects manufactured, designed, labelled or marketed as a plaything for a child or children up to the age of 14 years.
“Transdermal use” means application to the skin primarily for systemic effect.
“Veterinary chemical” means a substance that is represented as being suitable for, or is manufactured, supplied or used for, administration or application to an animal by any means, or consumption by an animal, as a way of directly or indirectly:
a)      preventing, diagnosing, curing or alleviating a disease or condition in the animal or an infestation of the animal by a pest;
b)      curing or alleviating an injury suffered by the animal;
c)      modifying the physiology of the animal:
i)        so as to alter its natural development, productivity, quality or reproductive capacity; or
ii)      so as to make it more manageable;
d)      modifying the effect of another veterinary chemical
e)      any vitamin, mineral substance, or additive, if, and only if, the vitamin, substance or additive is used for a purpose mentioned in paragraph (a), (b), (c) or (d); or
f)       any active ingredient included in a product declared by regulation under the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Act 1994 to be an veterinary chemical product;
but does not include:
g)      an agricultural chemical.
“Veterinary chemical product” has the meaning defined in the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Act 1994.
“Writing” includes the visible representation or reproduction of words or figures in any form, and “to write” and “written” have corresponding meanings.
(2) Unless the contrary intention appears a reference to a substance in a Schedule or an Appendix to this Standard includes:
a)      that substance prepared from natural sources or artificially; and
b)      where the substance is a plant (other than a plant included in Schedule 8 or 9), that plant or any part of that plant when packed or prepared for therapeutic use; and
c)      every salt, active principle or derivative of the substance, including esters and ethers, and every salt of such an active principle or derivative; and
d)      every alkaloid of the substance and every salt of such an alkaloid; and
e)      every stereoisomer of the substance and every salt of such a stereoisomer; and
f)       every recombinant form of the substance; and       
g)      a preparation or admixture containing any proportion of the substance,
but does not include:
h)      a preparation or product included in Appendix A, or a substance and the reason for its entry in Appendix B; or
i)        a substance included in Appendix G at a concentration not exceeding the concentration specified in column 2 of that Appendix in respect of that substance; or
j)        any other substance included in Schedules 1 to 6, at a concentration not exceeding 10 mg per litre or 10 mg per kilogram, unless that substance is also included in Schedule 7 or 8; or
k)      any substance present as an impurity in a pesticide, at a concentration at or below the maximum content for that substance, specified for the pesticide in the Standards for Active Constituents, as published by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority.
(3) Unless the contrary intention appears where a concentration, strength or quantity is specified in a Schedule or an Appendix to this Standard in respect of a substance:
a)      if the substance is present as a salt, active principle or derivative (including an ester or ether), the concentration, strength or quantity is calculated as the equivalent amount of the substance that is listed in the Schedule or Appendix; and
b)      the expression “one per cent” means:
i)        in the case of a liquid preparation, 1 gram of the substance per 100 millilitres of the preparation; or
ii)      in the case of a solid, semi-solid or pressurised spray aerosol preparation, 1 gram of the substance per 100 grams of the preparation; and
iii)    any expression of greater or lesser percentages shall have a corresponding meaning; and
c)      in the case of codeine, such concentration, strength or quantity is calculated as anhydrous codeine.
(4) A reference to a boiling or distillation temperature in the Schedules means that temperature at an atmospheric pressure of 101.325 kPa (760 millimetres of mercury).

PART 2
CONTROL ON MEDICINES AND POISONS
SECTION ONE LABELS
1.1       General requirements
(1) A person must not sell or supply a poison unless it is labelled in accordance with Part 2 Section 1 of this Standard.
(2) Any word, expression or statement required by this Standard to be written on a label or container must be written:
a)      on the outside face of the label or container; and
b)      in the English language; and
c)      in durable characters; and
d)      in a colour or colours to provide a distinct contrast to the background colour; and
e)      in letters at least 1.5 millimetres in height.
(3) Section 1.1(2)(e) does not apply to a word, expression or statement on a container which has a capacity of 20 millilitres or less, or on the label of such a container if:
a)      an appropriate authority approves the use of smaller letters; and
b)      the letters are at least 1 millimetre in height.
(4) The label must be printed on, or securely attached to:
a)      the outside of the immediate container; and
b)      if the immediate container is enclosed in a primary pack, the outside of that primary pack.
1.2       Immediate wrapper
(1) A poison enclosed in an immediate wrapper must be contained in a primary pack labelled in accordance with Section 1.3 of this Standard; and
(2) the immediate wrapper must be conspicuously labelled with:
a)      the name of the manufacturer or distributor or the brand name or trade name used exclusively by the manufacturer or distributor for that poison; and
b)      the approved name of the poison; and
c)      a statement of the quantity or strength of the poison in accordance with Section 1.4 of this Standard.
1.3       Primary packs and immediate containers
(1) The primary pack and immediate container of a poison must be labelled as follows:
a)      with the signal word or words relating to the Schedule in which the poison is included and the purpose for which it is to be used, as shown in the following table:
Schedule
Purpose
Signal words required

2
for any purpose
PHARMACY MEDICINE

3
for any purpose
PHARMACIST ONLY MEDICINE

4
for human use
PRESCRIPTION ONLY MEDICINE

4
for animal use 
PRESCRIPTION ANIMAL REMEDY

5
for any purpose
CAUTION

6
for any purpose
POISON

7
for any purpose
DANGEROUS POISON

8
for any purpose           
CONTROLLED DRUG

            written:
i)        on the first line or lines of the main label; and
ii)      in bold-face sans serif capital letters of uniform thickness; and
iii)    in letters at least half the height of the largest letter or numeral on the label but need not be larger than:
A)       6 millimetres on labels for packages having a nominal capacity of 2 litres or less; or
B)       15 millimetres on labels for packages having a nominal capacity of more than 2 litres; and 
iv)    if the poison:
A)      is a Schedule 5 poison, with nothing, other than a Class label as specified in the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail or a statement of the principal hazard of the poison, written on that line; or
B)       is not a Schedule 5 poison, with nothing, other than a Class label as specified in the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail, written on that line;
b)      if the poison is a Schedule 8 poison, with the cautionary statement –
POSSESSION WITHOUT AUTHORITY ILLEGAL
            written:
i)        on a separate line or lines immediately below the signal words required by  Section1.3(1)(a); and
ii)      in bold-face sans serif capital letters of uniform thickness; and
iii)    in letters at least four-tenths the height of the letters used for the signal words; and
iv)    with no other statement written on the same line;
c)      with the cautionary statement –
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
            written:
i)        on a separate line or lines:
A)      immediately below the signal word or words required by Section 1.3(1)(a); or
B)       where the cautionary statement “POSSESSION WITHOUT AUTHORITY ILLEGAL” is required by Section 1.3(1)(b), on the line immediately below that statement; and
ii)      in bold-face sans serif capital letters of uniform thickness; and
iii)    in letters at least four-tenths the height of the letters used for the signal word or words; and
iv)    with nothing, other than a Class label as specified in the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail, written on the same line;
d)      if the poison is a dry chlorinating compound containing more than 10 per cent of available chlorine, except for preparations certified by a relevant State or Territory authority as not being a Dangerous Good of Class 5, Division 5.1: Oxidising substances, as specified in the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail, with the cautionary statement –
FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
            written:
i)        on a separate line or lines immediately below the cautionary statement “KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN” as required by Section 1.3(1)(c); and
ii)      in bold-face sans serif capital letters of uniform thickness; and
iii)    in letters at least four-tenths the height of the letters used for the signal word or words; and
iv)    with nothing, other than a Class label as specified in the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail, written on the same line;
e)      if the poison is an alkaline salt in a dishwashing machine product, with the cautionary statement –
BURNS SKIN AND THROAT
            written:
i)        on a separate line or lines immediately below the cautionary statement “KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN” as required by Section 1.3(1)(c); and
ii)      in bold-face sans serif capital letters of uniform thickness; and
iii)    in letters at least four-tenths the height of the letters used for the signal word; and
iv)    with nothing, other than a Class label as specified in the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail, written on the same line of the main label;
f)       if the poison is an aqueous solution of paraquat, with the cautionary statements –
CAN KILL IF SWALLOWED
DO NOT PUT IN DRINK BOTTLES
KEEP LOCKED UP
            written:
i)        on separate lines immediately below the cautionary statement “KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN” as required by Section1.3(1)(c); and
ii)      in bold-face sans serif capital letters of uniform thickness; and
iii)    in letters at least four-tenths the height of the letters used for the signal words; and
iv)    with nothing, other than a Class label as specified in the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail, written on the same lines of the main label;
g)      for any poison other than a poison for human therapeutic use labelled in accordance with the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels, if safety directions are required on the label by Section 1.3(1)(n), with the cautionary statement –
                        READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING                                
OR USING
            or with the cautionary statement –
READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS
            written:
i)        on a separate line or lines;
A)      immediately below the cautionary statement “KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN” as required by Section (1)(c); or
B)       if one or more other cautionary statements is required to be on the line immediately below “KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN”, immediately below that statement or those statements; and
ii)      in bold-face sans serif capital letters of uniform thickness; and
iii)    in letters at least four-tenths the height of the letters used for the signal word or words; and
iv)    with nothing, other than a Class label as specified in the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail, written on the same line;
h)      if the poison meets the criteria for a ‘flammable liquid’ in the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail, with the cautionary statement –
FLAMMABLE
            written on the main label in bold-face sans serif capital letters of uniform thickness,             unless already present in accordance with the requirements of the Australian Code for         the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail;
i)        if the poison is for the treatment of animals, with the cautionary statement –
FOR ANIMAL TREATMENT ONLY
            written on the main label in bold-face sans serif capital letters of uniform                  thickness;
j)        if the poison is a Schedule 5 poison intended for any purpose other than internal or pesticidal use, with the cautionary statement –
DO NOT SWALLOW
            written in sans serif capital letters on the main label or as part of the              directions for use;
k)      with the approved name of the poison and a statement of the quantity, proportion or strength of the poison in accordance with Section 1.4:
i)        if the poison is for human therapeutic use, written in accordance with orders made under subsection 10(3) of the Commonwealth Therapeutic Goods Act, 1989; or
ii)      if the poison is not for human therapeutic use, written in bold-face sans serif capital letters on the main label, unless:
A)      list of approved names is required; and
B)       it is impractical to include the list on the main label; and
C)       an appropriate authority has authorised its inclusion on another part of the label; or
iii)    if the poison is a Schedule 5 poison referred to in column 1 of the following table the appropriate name opposite thereto in column 2 may be used as the approved name:
TABLE
Column 1
Column 2

Alkaline salts
Alkaline salts

Amines for use as curing agents for epoxy resins (unless separately specified in the Schedules)     
Aliphatic amines or aromatic amines

Epoxy resins, liquid    
Liquid epoxy resins

Hydrocarbons, liquid
Liquid hydrocarbons

Quaternary ammonium compounds
Quaternary ammonium compound(s)

iv)    if a poison contains a mixture of designated solvents in excess of 25 per cent of the total volume of the poison but the proportion of one or more individual designated solvents in the mixture is equal to or less than 25 per cent, the approved names of those solvents may be expressed as follows:
A)      where the designated solvent is a liquid hydrocarbon as “liquid hydrocarbons”; or
B)       where the designated solvent is a ketone as “ketones”; or
C)       in any other case as “solvents” or “other solvents”;
l)        if the poison is an organophosphorus compound or carbamate for pesticidal use or for the treatment of animals, with the following expression written immediately below the approved name or the list of declared contents –
AN ANTICHOLINESTERASE COMPOUND
i)        the requirements of Section 1.3(1)(l) do not apply to:
A)      dazomet, mancozeb, metiram, propineb, thiram, tri-allate, zineb or ziram; or
B)       an organophosphorus compound or carbamate contained in impregnated plastic resin strips, medallions or granules; or
C)       an organophosphorus compound or carbamate contained in a        pressurised spray pack for household use;
m)    for any poison other than a poison for human therapeutic use labelled in accordance with Therapeutic Goods Order 69 General requirements for labels for medicines or in an agricultural or veterinary chemical product labelled in compliance with the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Act 1994, if the poison is prepared, packed or sold for a specific purpose, with clear and adequate directions for use unless:
i)        the poison is included in Schedule 4 or Schedule 8; or
ii)      it is impractical to include such directions on the label and:
A)                  the primary pack and the immediate container are labelled with the statement “DIRECTIONS FOR USE: See package insert”; and
B)       an appropriate authority has authorised the directions for use to be written on a package insert instead of the label; and
C)       the insert is enclosed in the primary pack;
n)      for any poison other than a poison for human therapeutic use labelled in accordance with the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels, if use of the poison may be harmful to the user, with appropriate safety directions (see Appendix F), grouped together as a distinct section of the label and prefaced by the words –
SAFETY DIRECTIONS
            written in bold-face capital letters;
o)      for any poison other than a poison for human therapeutic use labelled in accordance with the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels, if any warning statement or statements are required for the poison (see Appendix F), with that warning statement or those statements grouped together:
i)        if safety directions are included on the label, immediately after the words “SAFETY DIRECTIONS”; or
ii)      if there are no safety directions, immediately preceding the directions for use;
p)      if the poison is not for human internal use and is not a Schedule 3, Schedule 4 or Schedule 8 poison, with appropriate first aid instructions (see Appendix E):
i)        grouped together and prefaced by the words –
FIRST AID
written in bold-face capital letters; or
ii)      if a primary pack contains two or more immediate containers of poisons each requiring different first aid instructions:
A)      written on each immediate container as specified in Section 1.3(1)(p)(i); and
B)       replaced on the primary pack with the statement –
                        FIRST AID: See inner packs;
q)      with the name and address of the manufacturer or distributor.
(2) For the purposes of Section 1.3(1)(a)(iii) the term “largest letter or numeral” does not include:
a)      a single letter or numeral which is larger than other lettering on the label; or
b)      an affix forming part of the trade name; or
c)      in the case of a poison for therapeutic use, numerals used to distinguish the strength of a preparation from the strengths of other preparations of the same poison.
1.4       Statements of quantity, proportion or strength
(1) The statement of the quantity, proportion or strength of a poison must be expressed in the most appropriate of the following forms:
a)      if the poison is for human therapeutic use, in the manner prescribed by orders made under subsection 10(3) of the Commonwealth Therapeutic Goods Act 1989;
b)      if the poison is for a purpose or purposes other than human therapeutic use and:
i)        if the poison is in a pressurised spray aerosol preparation, as the mass of the poison per stated mass of the preparation;
ii)      if the poison is a liquid in a liquid preparation, as the mass or volume of the poison per stated volume of the preparation;
iii)    if the poison is a liquid in a solid or semi-solid preparation, as the mass or volume of the poison per stated mass of the preparation;
iv)    if the poison is a solid or semi-solid in a liquid preparation, as the mass of the poison per stated volume of the preparation;
v)      if the poison is a solid or semi-solid in a solid or semi-solid preparation, as the mass of the poison per stated mass of the preparation;
vi)    if the poison is a gas in a liquid preparation, as the mass of the poison per stated volume of the preparation;
vii)  if the poison is a gas in a solid or semi-solid preparation, as the mass of the poison per stated mass of the preparation;
viii)     if the poison is a gas in a gaseous preparation, as the mass of the poison per stated mass of the preparation;
c)      if the poison is a solution of a mineral acid, the proportion of the acid (un-neutralised by any bases present in the preparation) in a preparation may be expressed as the un-neutralised mass of the acid per stated mass of the preparation;
d)      if the poison is an inorganic pigment, the proportion may be expressed as a percentage of the metal present using one of the following expressions as appropriate:
                        contains not more than 10 per cent of (insert name of the metal);       or
                        contains not more than 30 per cent of (insert name of the metal); or
                        contains more than 30 per cent of (insert name of the metal);
e)      if the poison is included in a paint, other than a paint for therapeutic or cosmetic use, the proportion may be expressed as a range provided that the limits of the range do not differ by more than 5 per cent of the product;
f)       if the poison is a lead-based pigment included in automotive paint, the proportion may be expressed as the maximum content of the lead that may be present in the non-volatile content of the paint;
g)      if a preparation contains more than one derivative of a poison, the quantity or proportion of the poison may be expressed as the equivalent quantity or proportion of one of the derivatives present which it would contain if all of the derivatives were that derivative.
h)      for the purposes of Section 1.4(1)(g) “derivative” includes alkaloid.
1.5       Exemptions
1.5.1    Selected containers and measure packs
(1) The requirements of Section 1.3 do not apply to an immediate container that is a measure pack or a selected container (other than an ampoule, a pre-filled syringe or an injection vial to which Section 1.5.2 (1) and (2) apply) when:
a)      the immediate container is for a therapeutic good and is labelled in the manner prescribed by orders made under subsection 10(3) of the Commonwealth Therapeutic Goods Act 1989; or
b)      the immediate container is:
i)        packed in a primary pack labelled in accordance with Section 1.3; and
ii)      labelled with:
A)      the signal word or words relating to the Schedule in which the poison is included and the purpose for which it is to be used, as shown in the table to Section 1.3(1)(a); and
B)       the approved name of the poison and the quantity, proportion or strength of the poison in accordance with Section 1.4; and
C)       the name of the manufacturer or distributor or the brand name or trade name used exclusively by the manufacturer or distributor for the poison; and
D)      if the poison is for the treatment of animals, with the cautionary statement –
FOR ANIMAL TREATMENT ONLY
                        written in sans serif capital letters.
1.5.2    Ampoules, pre-filled syringes and injection vials
(1) The requirements of Section 1.3 do not apply to a selected container, or an ampoule (other than an ampoule to which Section 1.5.2(2) applies) when:
a)      the selected container or ampoule is for a therapeutic good and is labelled in the manner prescribed by orders made under subsection 10(3) of the Commonwealth Therapeutic Goods Act 1989; or
b)      the selected container or ampoule is:
i)        packed in a primary pack labelled in accordance with Section 1.3; and
ii)      labelled with:
A)      the approved name of the poison and the quantity, proportion or strength of the poison in accordance with Section 1.4; and
B)       with the name of the manufacturer or distributor or the brand name or trade name used exclusively by the manufacturer or distributor for the poison; and
C)       if the poison is for the treatment of animals, with the cautionary statement –
FOR ANIMAL TREATMENT ONLY
                        written in sans serif capital letters.
(2) The requirements of Section 1.3  do not apply to a selected container that is a plastic ampoule that is continuous with a strip of the same material and opens as it is detached from the strip when:
a)      the selected container is a plastic ampoule that is continuous with a strip of the same material and opens as it is detached from the strip, is for a therapeutic good and is labelled in the manner prescribed by orders made under subsection 10(3) of the Commonwealth Therapeutic Goods Act 1989; or
b)      the selected container is a plastic ampoule that is continuous with a strip of the same material and opens as it is detached from the strip, is:          
i)        packed in a primary pack labelled in accordance with Section 1.3; and
ii)      the strip is labelled in accordance with Section 1.5.2; and
iii)    the ampoule is labelled with:
A)      the approved name of the poison or the trade name of the product; and
B)       the quantity, proportion or strength of the poison in accordance with Section 1.4.
1.5.3    Transport containers and wrappings
(1) The labelling requirements of this Standard do not apply to a transparent cover, or to any wrapper, hamper, packing case, crate or other cover used solely for the purposes of transport or delivery.
1.5.4    Dispensary, industrial, laboratory and manufacturing poisons
(1) The labelling requirements of this Standard do not apply to a poison that:
a)      is packed and sold solely for dispensary, industrial, laboratory or manufacturing purposes; and
b)      is labelled in accordance with Safe Work Australia's National Code of Practice for the Labelling of Workplace Substances [NOHSC: 2012(1994)].
1.5.5    Exemptions from label requirements in certain circumstances
 (1) the labelling requirements of Sections 1.3 to 1.5.3  do not apply to a poison where an appropriate authority has granted a labelling exemption in whole or in part for these sections for a specified product; and
(2) the labelling exemption from an appropriate authority referred to in Section 1.5.5(1) is limited to no more than 12 months from the effective date of the decision for retail supply of the product; and
(3) for the avoidance of doubt this paragraph does not apply to exemptions issued under Section 1.3(1)(m)(ii)(B) of this Standard.
1.5.6    Dispensed medicines
(1) Unless otherwise specified by regulation:
a)      The labelling requirements of this Standard do not apply to a medicine that:
i)        is supplied by an authorised prescriber or other person authorised to supply and is labelled in accordance with the requirements of Appendix L Part 1 of this Standard; or
ii)      is supplied on and in accordance with a prescription written by an authorised prescriber and is labelled in accordance with the requirements of Appendix L Part 1 of this Standard; or
iii)    is prepared and supplied by a pharmacist for an individual patient and is labelled in accordance with the requirements of Appendix L Part 1 of this Standard.
b)      A person must not supply a dispensed medicine for human use containing:
i)        a poison listed in column 1 of the table at Appendix L Part 2 of this Standard unless it is clearly labelled with the warning statement(s) specified in column 2 of that table; or
ii)      a poison listed in Appendix K unless it is clearly labelled with a sedation warning (being statement 39, 40 or 90 as specified in Appendix F Part 1 of this Standard).
1.5.7    Gas cylinders
(1) The requirements of Sections 1.3(1)(a)(iv), 1.3(1)(c)(iv), and 1.3(1)(g)(iv) do not apply to a cylinder containing a poison that is a compressed gas.
1.5.8    Paints
(1) The requirements of Section 1.3 do not apply to:
a)      paint (other than a paint for therapeutic or cosmetic use) which:
i)        contains only Schedule 5 poisons; or
ii)      is a First Group or Second Group paint that is labelled with:
A)      the word “WARNING”, written in bold-face sans serif capital letters, the height of which is not less than 5 mm, on the first line of the main label with no other words written on that line;  and
B)       the expression “KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN”, written in bold-face sans serif capital letters, the height of which is not less than 2.5 mm, on a separate line immediately below the word “WARNING”; and
C)       the appropriate warnings specified for the paint in Appendix F, written immediately below the expression “KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN”; and
D)      the name and proportion of the First Group or Second Group poisons it contains, provided that where the substance is a metal or metal salt the proportion is expressed as the metallic element present “calculated on the non-volatile content” or “in the dried film” of the paint; or
b)      a tinter which contains:
i)        only Schedule 5 poisons; or
ii)      a poison included in the First Group or Second Group in Part 2 Section 7, provided that it is labelled with the name and proportion of that poison, and where the poison is a metal or metal salt, the proportion is expressed as the metallic element present as “calculated on the non-volatile content” or “in the dried film”.
1.5.9    Camphor and naphthalene
(1) The labelling requirements of Section1.1(2)(d) and Section 1.3 do not apply to a device that contains camphor or naphthalene in block, ball, disc, pellet or flake form if the device:
a)      complies with Section 2.7; and
b)      is sold or supplied in a primary pack labelled in accordance with Section 1.1 and Section 1.3.
1.6       Prohibitions
(1) A label used in connection with any poison must not include:
a)      any reference to this Standard, or any comment on, reference to, or explanation of any expression required by this Standard that directly or by implication contradicts, qualifies or modifies such expression; or
b)      any expression or device suggesting or implying that the poison is safe, harmless, non-toxic, non-poisonous, or is recommended or approved by the Government or any government authority unless required by legislation; or
c)      any expression or device which is false or misleading in any particular concerning the safety of the poison or any of its ingredients; or
d)      any trade name or description that:
i)        represents any single constituent of a compound preparation; or
ii)      misrepresents the composition or any property or quality of the poison; or
iii)    gives any false or misleading indication of origin or place of manufacture of the poison.
(2) A label must not be attached to the immediate container or primary pack used in connection with any poison in such a manner as to obscure:
a)      any expression required by this Standard to be written or embossed on the container or pack; or
b)      any of the ribs or embossed or printed words required by paragraph 21, 22 or 23 as appropriate.
SECTION TWO CONTAINERS
2.1       Containers for poisons other than Schedule 5 poisons
(1)  A person must not sell or supply a poison unless the immediate container complies with the requirements of Sections 2.1 and 2.3 to 2.7  of this Standard.
(2) If a poison, other than a Schedule 5 poison, is sold or supplied in a container with a nominal capacity of 2 litres or less, the container must comply with Australian Standard AS 2216-1997, entitled Packaging for poisonous substances.
(3) Notwithstanding Section 2.1(2), a poison which is in Schedule 6 and is an essential oil may be packed in an amber glass container which does not comply with the tactile identification requirements of Australian Standard AS 2216-1997, entitled Packaging for poisonous substances, if:
a)      the other safety factors are not diminished; and
b)      the container has a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure.
(4) If a poison, other than a Schedule 5 poison, is sold or supplied in a container with a nominal capacity of more than 2 litres, the container must:
a)      comply with subsection 1.4 (General Requirements) of Australian Standard AS 2216-1997 entitled Packaging for poisonous substances; and
b)      have the word “POISON”:
i)        in sans serif capital letters the height of which is at least one thirty second part of the length, height or width of the container, whichever is the greatest:
A)      embossed; or
B)       indelibly written in a colour in distinct contrast to the background colour;
ii)      on the side or shoulder of the container.
2.2       Containers for Schedule 5 poisons
(1) The container in which any Schedule 5 poison is sold or supplied must:
a)      comply with the container requirements of Sections 2.1(2) or 2.1(4); or
b)      be readily distinguishable from a container in which food, wine or other beverage is sold; and
i)        comply with subsection 1.4 (General Requirements) of Australian Standard AS 2216-1997 entitled Packaging for poisonous substances, excluding paragraph 1.4.3;
ii)      be securely closed and, except when containing a preparation for use on one occasion only, be capable of being re-closed to prevent spillage of its contents; and
iii)    have the expression “POISON”, “NOT TO BE TAKEN” or “NOT TO BE USED AS A FOOD CONTAINER” embossed or indelibly written thereon, or printed on a permanent adhesive label designed to adhere to a substrate without lifting and which cannot be removed without damaging either the label or the substrate.
(2) Notwithstanding Section 2.2(1),  the following Schedule 5 poisons namely:
a)      methylated spirit(s);
b)      liquid hydrocarbons when packed as kerosene, lamp oil, mineral turpentine, thinners, reducers, white petroleum spirit or dry cleaning fluid;
c)      petrol;
d)      toluene; or
e)      xylene,
must not be sold or supplied in a bottle or jar having a nominal capacity of 2 litres or less, unless the immediate container complies with the container requirements specified in Section 2.1(2).
2.3       Approved containers
(1)  Notwithstanding subparagraphs 21, 22 and 23 a poison may be packed in a container that does not comply with the tactile identification requirements of Australian Standard AS2216-1997 entitled Packaging for poisonous substances or the requirements of Section 2.1(4)(b) or Section 2.2(1)(b)(iii) if:
a)      the other safety factors are not diminished;
b)      the container is for a specific purpose; and
c)      an appropriate authority has approved the use of the container for that purpose.
2.4       Child-resistant closures
(1) If a poison, other than a poison included in a therapeutic good packaged in a manner compliant with orders made under subsection 10(3) of the Commonwealth Therapeutic Goods Act 1989, listed in column 1 of the following table is sold or supplied in a container having a nominal capacity specified for that poison in column 2, it must be closed with a child-resistant closure.
Column1
Name of the poision
Column 2
Nominal capacity

Alkaline salts included  in Schedule 5, when packed and labelled as dishwashing machine tablets.
All sizes

Alkaline salts included in Schedule 5, when packed and labelled as dishwashing machine liquids, solids or gels.
5 litres /kilograms or less

Alkaline salts included in Schedule 5, when packed and labelled as a food additive.
2.5 litres or less

Anise oil when included in Schedule 5.
200 millilitres or less

Basil oil when included in Schedule 5.
200 millilitres or less

Bay oil when included in Schedule 6.                         
200 millilitres or less

Cajuput oil when included in Schedule 6.
200 millilitres or less

Cassia oil when included in Schedule 5.
200 millilitres or less

Cineole when included in Schedule 6.
2 litres or less

Cinnamon bark oil when included in Schedule 5.
200 millilitres or less

Cinnamon leaf oil when included in Schedule 6.                 
200 millilitres or less

Clove oil when included in Schedule 6.
200 millilitres or less

Essential oils when included in Schedule 6 because of their natural camphor component.
200 millilitres or less

Ethylene glycol when included in Schedule 6.                             
5 litres or less

Ethylene glycol when included in Schedule 5 in preparations containing  more than 50 per cent of ethylene glycol.
5 litres or less

Eucalyptus oil when included in Schedule 6.                                
2 litres or less

Eugenol when included in Schedule 6.                                   
200 millilitres or less

Hydrocarbons, liquid, when packed as kerosene, lamp oil, mineral turpentine, thinners, reducers, white petroleum spirit or dry cleaning fluid.
5 litres or less

Hydrochloric acid when included in Schedule 6.                             
5 litres or less

Leptospermum scoparium oil (manuka oil) when included in Schedule 6
200 millilitres or less

Marjoram oil when included in Schedule 5.                                
200 millilitres or less

Melaleuca oil (tea-tree oil) when included in Schedule 6.
200 millilitres or less

Methylated spirit excluding preparations or admixtures.
5 litres or less  

Methyl salicylate and preparations containing more than 50 per cent of methyl salicylate.
200 millilitres or less

Nutmeg oil when included in Schedule 5.
200 millilitres or less

Oil of turpentine.                                
5 litres or less

Pennyroyal oil when included in Schedule 6.                             
200 millilitres or less

Potassium hydroxide as such.             
2.5 litres or less

Potassium hydroxide in oven, hot plate ordrain cleaners when included in Schedule 6 except when in pressurised spray packs.
5 litres or less

d-Pulegone when included in Schedule 6.
200 millilitres or less

Sage oil (Dalmatian) when included in Schedule 6.
200 millilitres or less

Sodium hydroxide as such.                 
2.5 litres or less

Sodium hydroxide in oven, hot plate or drain cleaners when included in Schedule 6 except when in pressurised spray packs.
5 litres or less

Thujone when included in Schedule 6.
200 millilitres or less

Thyme oil when included in Schedule 5.
200 millilitres or less

(2) The manufacturer or packer of a poison must ensure that the child-resistant closure is appropriate for the container and the poison and that it retains its child-resistant properties for the expected life of the poison.
2.5       Schedule 8 poisons
(1)  A person who supplies any Schedule 8 poison must ensure that the Schedule 8 poison is packaged in such a way that its primary pack is so sealed that, when the seal is broken, it is readily distinguishable from other sealed primary packs.
(2) This paragraph does not apply to the supply of a Schedule 8 poison by an:
a)      authorised prescriber or other authorised supplier;
b)      pharmacist on the prescription of an authorised prescriber;
c)      pharmacist employed at a hospital, on the written requisition of a medical practitioner, a dentist or the nurse or midwife in charge of the ward in which the Schedule 8 poison is to be used or stored; or
d)      nurse or midwife on the direction in writing of an authorised prescriber.
2.6       Exemptions
(1) Section 2.1(2), Section 2.1(4) and Section 2.2  do not apply to the immediate container of a poison prepared, packed and sold:
a)      for human internal or animal internal use; or
b)      as a solid or semi-solid preparation for human external or animal external use; or
c)      as a paint, other than a paint for therapeutic or cosmetic use; or
d)      in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 millilitres or less; or
e)      for use in automatic photographic or photocopy processing machines if the container is specifically designed to fit into the machines; or
f)       solely for dispensary, industrial, laboratory or manufacturing purposes.
(2) Section 2.4  does not apply to a poison prepared, packed and sold solely for dispensary, industrial, laboratory or manufacturing purposes.
(3) The tactile identification or embossing required by Section 2.1(2), Section 2.1(4) and Section (2.2) of this Standard or Australian Standard AS 2216-1997 entitled Packaging for poisonous substances do not apply to a container that is an aerosol container, a collapsible tube, or a measure pack which is a flexible sachet.
2.7       Camphor and naphthalene
(1) The container requirements of Section 2.1(2)  do not apply to a device that contains only camphor or naphthalene in block, ball, disc, pellet or flake form for domestic use, if the device:
a)      in normal use, prevents removal or ingestion of its contents; and
b)      is incapable of reacting with the poison; and
c)      is sufficiently strong to withstand the ordinary risks of handling, storage or transport; and
d)      has the word “POISON” and the approved name of the poison embossed or indelibly printed on it.
(2) A person must not sell or supply camphor or naphthalene in ball, block, disc, pellet or flake form for domestic use unless the balls, blocks, discs, pellets or flakes are enclosed in a device which prevents removal or ingestion of its contents.
2.8       Prohibitions
(1) A person must not sell or supply a poison in a container which has the name of another poison embossed or indelibly marked thereon.
(2) A person must not sell any poison which is for internal use or any food, drink or condiment in a container prescribed by Sections 2.1(2), 2.1(4) and Section 2.2 of this Standard.
(3) A person must not sell any poison in a container that is not readily distinguishable from a container in which food, alcohol, other beverage or condiment is sold.
SECTION THREE      STORAGE         
3.1       General requirements
(1)  A person who sells or supplies Schedule 6 poisons by way of retail sale must keep those poisons in such a way as to prevent access by children.
(2) A  person who sells or supplies Schedule 7 poisons must not keep those poisons  for retail sale in any areas or in any area or in any manner that allows physical access by any person unless they are:
a)      the owner of the retail establishment; or
b)      an employee of the owner; or
c)       legally permitted to purchase the substance and are under the supervision of the owner or an employee  of the owner.
(3) Controls on storage of Schedule 2, 3, 4 and 8 poisons require referral to Part 3 of this Standard and relevant legislation.
SECTION FOUR  DISPOSAL
4.1       General requirements 
(1) A person must not dispose of or cause to be disposed of a Schedule 5, Schedule 6 or Schedule 7 poison in any place or manner that constitutes or is likely to constitute a risk to public health or safety.
(2) Controls on disposal of Schedule 2, 3, 4 and 8 poisons require referral to relevant legislation.
SECTION FIVE RECORD KEEPING            
5.1       General Requirements
(1) A person who sells or supplies Schedule 7 poisons must keep a record of:
a)      Name and address of seller or supplier and purchaser; and
b)      Date of order and supply; and
c)      Approved name or trade name that identifies the poison to be  supplied or sold; and
d)      Quantity supplied or sold; and
e)      Proof of purchaser authorisation must be recorded in jurisdictions where an authorisation is required for purchase.
(2) Records for sale or supply of Schedule 7 poisons must be kept for a minimum period of five years.
(3) Controls on record keeping for sale or supply of Schedule 2, 3, 4 and 8 poisons require referral to relevant legislation.
SECTION SIX    SALE,  SUPPLY, POSSESSION, or USE
6.1       General Requirements for Schedule 5 and Schedule 6 Product samples
(1) A person must not sell or supply or distribute free a product sample containing a Schedule 5 or Schedule 6 poison in any manner unless the recipient has the opportunity to refuse  at the time of sale or supply.
(2) A person must not sell or supply or distribute free a product sample containing a Schedule 5 or Schedule 6 poison in an unsolicited manner for example via the post / mailbox or attached to any other product.
(3) A person must not sell or supply a Schedule 5 or Schedule 6 poison product sample in a manner that does not promote  disposal in accordance with section four.
6.2    Schedule 7 Poisons
(1) A person must not possess or use a Schedule 7 poison for domestic or domestic garden purposes.
(2) A person must not sell or supply:
a)      a Schedule 7 poison for domestic or domestic garden purposes; or
b)      a Schedule 7 poison being a liquid preparation containing paraquat unless it is coloured blue or green and contains sufficient stenching agent to produce an offensive smell; or
c)      a Schedule 7 poison for which an authorisation to purchase, possess or use is required by the appropriate authority unless the purchaser produces his or her authorisation.  
(3) A person must not sell, supply or distribute free product samples containing Schedule 7 poisons.
6.3 Schedule 10/Appendix C poisons
(1) A person must not knowingly have in his or her possession or sell, supply or use a poison listed in Schedule 10/Appendix C of this Standard for the purpose or purposes indicated in relation to that poison in Schedule 10/Appendix C.
6.4       Hawking
(1) A person must not sell by way of hawking a Schedule 7 poison.
(2) Controls on sale or supply or sale by way of hawking of Schedule 2, 3, 4 and 8 poisons require referral to Part 3 of this Standard and relevant legislation.
SECTION SEVEN/Appendix I       PAINT OR TINTERS
7.1       General Requirements
(1) A person must not manufacture, sell, supply or use a First Group Paint for application to:
a)      a roof or any surface to be used for the collection or storage of potable water; or
b)      furniture; or
c)      any fence, wall, post, gate or building (interior or exterior) other than a building which is used exclusively for industrial purposes or mining or any oil terminal; or
d)      any premises used for the manufacture, processing, preparation, packing or serving of products intended for human or animal consumption.
(2) A person must not manufacture, sell, supply or use a  paint or tinter containing more than 0.1% Lead (the proportion of Lead for the purposes of this section is calculated as a percentage of the element present in the non-volatile content of the paint).
 (3) A person must not manufacture, sell, supply or use a paint for application to toys unless the paint complies with the specification for coating materials contained in Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS ISO 8124.3:2012 entitled Safety of toys Part 3: Migration of certain elements (ISO 8124-03:2010, MOD).
(4) A person must not manufacture, sell, supply, or use a paint or tinter containing a pesticide except a fungicide, algicide, bactericide or antifouling agent.
The First Group
The proportion of a substance for the purposes of this Group is calculated as a percentage of the element present in the non-volatile content of the paint.
Substance
Proportion

ANTIMONY or antimony compounds other than antimony titanate pigments
more than 5 per cent

BARIUM salts except barium sulfate or barium metaborate      
more than 5 per cent

CADMIUM or cadmium compounds  
more than 0.1 per cent

CHROMIUM as chromates of ammonia, barium, potassium sodium, strontium or zinc
more than 5 per cent

SELENIUM or selenium compounds
more than 0.1 per cent

The Second Group

Substance
Proportion

DICHLOROMETHANE (methylene chloride)
more than 5 per cent by wt

ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS and their acetates     
more than 10 per cent by vol

TOLUENE      
more than 50 per cent by vol

XYLENE        
more than 50 per cent by vol

PART 3
 MISCELLANEOUS REGULATIONS
(It is recommended that the States and Territories implement regulations which provide controls similar to those included in this Part of the Standard.)
SECTION ONE  ADVERTISING
3.1       General requirements
(1) A person must not include any reference to a poison included in:
a)      Schedule 3 unless included in Appendix H; or
b)      Schedule 4 or Schedule 8,
            of this Standard in any advertisement except in genuine professional or trade            journals or other publications intended for circulation only within the medical,             nursing, veterinary, dental or pharmaceutical professions or the wholesale drug        industry.
(2) A person must not include any reference to a poison included in Schedule 9 or Schedule 10/Appendix C of this Standard in any advertisement.
SECTION TWO SALE OR SUPPLY
3.2       Schedule 2 poisons
(1) A person, other than a pharmacist (or an assistant under the direction of a pharmacist) or a medical, dental or veterinary practitioner in the lawful practice of their professions, must not sell or supply a Schedule 2 poison unless licensed to do so.
(2) A person is not eligible to be granted a licence to sell a Schedule 2 poison by way of retail sale unless:
a)      he or she is carrying on the business of selling goods by retail; and
b)      the premises from which the poison will be sold is more than 25 kilometres by the shortest practical route from the nearest pharmacy;  and
c)      he or she produces such evidence, as may be required, that he or she is a fit and proper person to be so licensed.
3.3       Schedule 3 poisons
(1) A person, other than a pharmacist, or a medical, dental or veterinary practitioner, in the lawful practice of his or her profession, must not sell or supply a Schedule 3 poison.
(2) The person who sells or supplies a Schedule 3 poison must:
a)      provide adequate instructions for use, either written or verbal, at the time of supply or sale; and
b)      label the container with his or her name or the name of the pharmacy and the address from which it was sold or supplied; and
c)      if required by regulation, make a record of the transaction in a prescription book or other approved recording system.
3.4       Schedule 4 poisons
(1) A person, other than a medical, dental or veterinary practitioner in the ordinary course of their professions or a pharmacist dispensing a legal prescription must not sell or supply a Schedule 4 poison.
(2) Section 3.4(1) does not apply to a pharmacist who sells or supplies a Schedule 4 poison, other than a poison excepted by regulation from this provision, without a prescription if:
a)      the patient is under medical treatment with the poison and continuation of medication is essential;  and
b)      the quantity sold or supplied does not exceed 3 days' medication; and
c)      the pharmacist is satisfied that an emergency exists.
(3) Section 3.2(1), Sections 3.3(1) and (2) and Section 3.4(1) do not apply to sale by way of wholesale dealing to a pharmacist, medical practitioner, veterinary practitioner, dentist or a person licensed or otherwise authorised to possess, sell or supply such poisons.
3.5       Prohibitions on sale, prescribing and possession
(1) A person must not:
a)      sell or supply, other than by way of wholesale dealing, or prescribe a poison listed in Appendix D paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7 except in accordance with the provisions indicated for that poison in Appendix D; or
b)      knowingly have in his or her possession a poison listed in Appendix D paragraph 5 without authority.
SECTION THREE      STORAGE
(1) A person who sells or supplies Schedule 2 poisons must keep those poisons in such a way that public access to advice from a pharmacist is available if required.
(2) A person who sells or supplies Schedule 3 or Schedule 4  poisons must keep those poisons in a part of the premises to which the public does not have access.
PART 4
THE SCHEDULES
 SCHEDULE 1
 
This Schedule is intentionally blank.
 
SCHEDULE 2
ACETIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) and preparations containing  more than 80 per cent of acetic acid (CH3COOH) for therapeutic use. 
ACETYLCYSTEINE in preparations for oral use except when labelled with a recommended daily dose of 1 g or less of acetylcysteine.
ACONITUM spp. for therapeutic use in adults:
a)      in preparations for oral use in packs each containing 0.2 mg or less of total alkaloids except in packs containing 0.02 mg or less of total alkaloids; or
b)      in preparations for dermal use containing 0.02 per cent or less of total alkaloids, in packs each containing 0.2 mg or less of total alkaloids except in packs containing 0.02 mg or less of total alkaloids.
ALOXIPRIN.
AMETHOCAINE in preparations for topical use other than eye drops, containing 10 per cent or less of total local anaesthetic substances except in dermal preparations containing 2 per cent or less of total local anaesthetic substances.
AMOROLFINE in preparations for topical use except in preparations for the treatment of tinea pedis.
ANTAZOLINE in eye drops.
ASPIRIN except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4, 5 or 6;
b)      in individually wrapped powders or sachets of granules each containing 650 mg or less of aspirin as the only therapeutically active constituent other than an effervescent agent when:
i)        enclosed in a primary pack that contains 12 or less such powders or sachets of granules; and
ii)      compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
c)      in tablets or capsules each containing no other therapeutically active constituent other than an effervescent agent when:
i)        packed in blister or strip packaging or in a container with a child-resistant closure;
ii)      in a primary pack of not more than 25 tablets or capsules, each containing 325  mg or less of aspirin, or in a primary pack of not more than 16 tablets or capsules, each containing 500 mg or less of aspirin; and
iii)    compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
d)      in tablets or capsules each containing no other therapeutically active constituent other than an effervescent agent when:
i)        packed in blister or strip packaging or in a container with a child-resistant closure;
ii)      in a primary pack containing 100 or less tablets or capsules, each containing 100 mg  or less of aspirin when packed and labelled for the prevention of cardiovascular disease or for the inhibition of platelet aggregation; and
iii)    compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels.
ATROPA BELLADONNA (belladonna):
a)      for external use in preparations containing 0.03 per cent or less of total solanaceous alkaloids; or
b)      for oral use:
i)        in undivided preparations containing 0.03 per cent or less of total solanaceous alkaloids when labelled with a dose of 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids and a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids; or
ii)      in divided preparations containing 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids per dosage unit, when labelled with a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids.
ATROPINE (excluding atropine methonitrate) for oral use:
a)      in undivided preparations containing 0.03 per cent or less of total solanaceous alkaloids when labelled with a dose of 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids and a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids; or
b)      in divided preparations containing 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids per dosage unit when labelled with a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids.
AZELAIC ACID in dermal preparations.
AZELASTINE:
a)      in preparations for nasal use; or
b)      in topical eye preparations containing 0.05 per cent or less of azelastine.
BECLOMETHASONE in aqueous nasal sprays delivering 50 micrograms or less of beclomethasone per actuation when the maximum recommended daily dose is no greater than 400 micrograms and when packed in a primary pack containing 200 actuations or less, for the prophylaxis or treatment of allergic rhinitis for up to 6 months in adults and children 12 years of age and over.
BENZOCAINE in preparations for topical use other than eye drops:
a)      containing 10 per cent or less of total local anaesthetic substances, except in dermal preparations containing 2 per cent or less of total local anaesthetic substances; or
b)      in divided preparations containing 200 mg or less of total local anaesthetic substances per dosage unit, except in lozenges containing 30 mg or less of total local anaesthetic substances per dosage unit.
BENZOYL PEROXIDE in preparations for human external therapeutic use containing 10 per cent or less of benzoyl peroxide except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of benzoyl peroxide.
BENZYDAMINE in preparations for topical use, except:
a)      in preparations for dermal use;
b)      in divided topical oral preparations containing 3 mg or less of benzydamine; or
c)      in undivided toprical oral preparations containing 0.3 per cent or less of benzydamine in a primary pack containing not more than 50 mL.
BEPHENIUM SALTS.
BIFONAZOLE in preparations for dermal use except:
a)      in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of bifonazole for the treatment of the scalp; or
b)      in preparations for the treatment of tinea pedis.
BROMHEXINE.
BROMPHENIRAMINE when combined with one or more other therapeutically active substances in oral preparations when:
a)      at least one of the other therapeutically active substances is a sympathomimetic decongestant; or
b)      in a day-night pack containing brompheniramine in the bed-time dose where the day and night doses are in the same immediate container or immediate wrapper,
except in preparations for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
BUDESONIDE in aqueous nasal sprays delivering 50 micrograms or less of budesonide per actuation when the maximum recommended daily dose is no greater than 400 micrograms and when packed in a primary pack containing 200 actuations or less, for the prophylaxis or treatment of allergic rhinitis for up to 6 months in adults and children 12 years of age and over.
CARBETAPENTANE except in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of carbetapentane.
CARBOCISTEINE.
CETIRIZINE in preparations for oral use except in divided preparations for the treatment of seasonal allergic rhinitis in adults and children 12 years of age and over when:
a)      in a primary pack containing not more than 5 days’ supply; and
b)      labelled with a recommended daily dose not exceeding 10 mg of cetirizine.
CHLOPHEDIANOL.
CHLORBUTOL for human use in topical preparations containing 5 per cent or less of chlorbutol except in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of chlorbutol.
CHLOROFORM in preparations for therapeutic use except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4; or
b)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of chloroform.
CHLORPHENIRAMINE when combined with one or more other therapeutically active substances in oral preparations when:
a)      at least one of the other therapeutically active substances is a sympathomimetic decongestant; or
b)      in a day-night pack containing chlorpheniramine in the bed-time dose where the day and night doses are in the same immediate container or immediate wrapper,
       except in preparations for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
CICLOPIROX:
a)      in preparations for dermal use containing 2 per cent or less of ciclopirox except in preparations for the treatment of tinea pedis; or
b)      in preparations for application to the nails containing 8 per cent or less of ciclopirox.
CINCHOCAINE in preparations for topical use other than eye drops, containing 0.5 per cent or less of total local anaesthetic substances.
CINNAMEDRINE.
CLOTRIMAZOLE for human use in dermal preparations and for application to the nails except in preparations for the treatment of tinea pedis.
CODEINE in preparations for the treatment of coughs and colds when:
a)      not combined with any other opiate substance;
b)      compounded with one or more other therapeutically active substances, of which at least one is phenylephrine and not more than one is an analgesic substance:
i)        in divided preparations containing 10 mg or less of codeine per dosage unit; or
ii)      in undivided preparations containing 0.25 per cent or less of codeine;
c)      labelled with a recommended daily dose not exceeding 60 mg of codeine; and
d)      in packs containing not more than 6 days' supply at the maximum dose recommended on the label.
CREOSOTE derived from wood other than beechwood for human therapeutic use, except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of creosote derived from wood other than beechwood.
DATURA spp. for oral use:
a)      in undivided preparations containing 0.03 per cent or less of total solanaceous alkaloids when labelled with a dose of 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids and a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids, or
b)      in divided preparations containing 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids per dosage unit when labelled with a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids,
       except when separately specified in these Schedules.
DATURA STRAMONIUM (stramonium) for oral use when:
a)               in undivided preparations containing 0.03 per cent or less of total solanaceous alkaloids when labelled with a dose of 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids and a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids; or
b)               in divided preparations containing 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids per dosage unit when labelled with a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids,
       except for smoking or burning.
DATURA TATULA (stramonium) for oral use:
a)      in undivided preparations containing 0.03 per cent or less of total solanaceous alkaloids when labelled with a dose of  0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids and a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids; or
b)      in divided preparations containing 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids per dosage unit when labelled with a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids,
       except for smoking or burning.
DELPHINIUM STAPHISAGRIA except in preparations containing 0.2 per cent or less of Delphinium staphisagria.
DESLORATADINE in preparations for oral use.
DEXCHLORPHENIRAMINE when combined with one or more other therapeutically active substances in oral preparations when:
a)      at least one of the other therapeutically active substances is a sympathomimetic decongestant; or
b)      in a day-night pack containing dexchlorpheniramine in the bed-time dose where the day and night doses are in the same immediate container or immediate wrapper,
       except in preparations for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
DEXTROMETHORPHAN (excluding its stereoisomers) when supplied in a pack containing 600 mg or less of dextromethorphan and with a recommended daily dose of 120 mg or less of dextromethorphan.
DIBROMOPROPAMIDINE for ophthalmic use.
DICLOFENAC when:
a)      in divided preparations for oral use containing 12.5 mg or less of diclofenac per dosage unit in a pack containing 20 or less dosage units and labelled with a recommended daily dose of 75 mg or less of diclofenac;
b)      in preparations for dermal use containing 4 per cent or less of diclofenac except in preparations for dermal use containing 1 per cent or less of diclofenac or for the treatment of solar keratosis; or
c)      in transdermal preparations for topical use containing 140 mg or less of diclofenac.
DIHYDROCODEINE when compounded with aspirin and no other therapeutically active substance in divided preparations:
a)      containing 5 mg or less of dihydrocodeine per dosage unit;
b)      packed in blister or strip packaging or in a container with a child-resistant closure;
c)      enclosed in primary packs containing 25 or less dosage units; and
d)      labelled with a recommended dose not exceeding 10 mg of dihydrocodeine.
DIMENHYDRINATE in primary packs of 10 doses or less for the prevention or treatment of motion sickness, except in preparations for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
DIPHENHYDRAMINE in oral preparations:
a)      in a primary pack containing 10 dosage units or less for the prevention or treatment of motion sickness; or
b)      when combined with one or more other therapeutically active substances when:
i)        at least one of the other therapeutically active substances is a sympathomimetic decongestant; or
ii)      in a day-night pack containing diphenhydramine in the bed-time dose where the day and night doses are in the same immediate container or immediate wrapper,
       except in preparations for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
DOXYLAMINE when combined with one or more other therapeutically active substances in oral preparations when:
a)      at least one of the other therapeutically active substances is a sympathomimetic decongestant; or
b)      in a day-night pack containing doxylamine in the bed-time dose where the day and night doses are in the same immediate container or immediate wrapper,
       except in preparations for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
DUBOISIA LEICHHARDTII for oral use:
a)      in undivided preparations containing 0.03 per cent or less of total solanaceous alkaloids when labelled with a dose of 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids and a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids; or
b)      in divided preparations containing 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids per dosage unit when labelled with a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids.
DUBOISIA MYOPOROIDES for oral use:
a)      in undivided preparations containing 0.03 per cent or less of total solanaceous alkaloids when labelled with a dose of 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids and a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids; or
b)      in divided preparations containing 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids per dosage unit when labelled with a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids.
ECONAZOLE for human use in dermal preparations except in preparations for the treatment of tinea pedis.
ETAFEDRINE.
ETHER for therapeutic use except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4; or
b)      in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of ether.
ETHYLMORPHINE when:
a)      compounded with one or more other therapeutically active substances:
i)        in divided preparations containing 10 mg or less of ethylmorphine per dosage unit; or
ii)      in undivided preparations containing 0.25 per cent or less of ethylmorphine;
b)      labelled with a recommended dose not exceeding 15 mg of ethylmorphine.
ETOFENAMATE in preparations for external use.
FAMOTIDINE when sold in the manufacturer’s original pack containing not more than 14 days' supply.
FELBINAC in preparations for external use.
FEXOFENADINE in preparations for oral use except in divided preparations for the treatment of seasonal allergic rhinitis in adults and children 12 years of age and over when:
a)      in a primary pack containing 10 dosage units or less and not more than 5 days’ supply; and
b)      labelled with a recommended daily dose not exceeding 120 mg of fexofenadine.
FLUORIDES for human use:
a)      in preparations for ingestion containing 0.5 mg or less of fluoride ion per dosage unit; or
b)      in liquid preparations for topical use containing 1000 mg/kg or less of fluoride ion, in a container with a child-resistant closure:
i)        for therapeutic use when compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels except in preparations containing 220 mg/kg or less of fluoride ion, in packs containing not more than 120 mg total fluoride when fitted with a child-resistant closure and compliant with the requirements of Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels; or
ii)      for non-therapeutic use when labelled with warnings to the following effect:
A)                  Do not swallow; and
B)                   Do not use (this product/insert name of product) in children 6 years of age or less,
       except in preparations containing 220 mg/kg or less of fluoride ion, in packs containing   not more than 120 mg total fluoride, when fitted with a child-resistant closure and   labelled with warnings to the following effect:
A)    Do not swallow; and
B)     Do not use (this product/insert name of product) in children 6 years of age or less,
       except in preparations containing 15 mg/kg or less of fluoride ion or preparations for supply to registered dental professionals or by approval of an appropriate authority.
FLURBIPROFEN in preparations for topical oral use when:
a)      in divided preparations containing 10 mg or less of flurbiprofen per dosage unit; or
b)      in undivided preparations containing 0.25 per cent or less, or 10 mg or less per dose, of flurbiprofen.
FLUTICASONE in aqueous nasal sprays delivering 50 micrograms or less of fluticasone per actuation when the maximum recommended daily dose is no greater than 400 micrograms and when packed in a primary pack containing 200 actuations or less, for the prophylaxis or treatment of allergic rhinitis for up to 6 months in adults and children 12 years of age and over.
FOLIC ACID for human therapeutic use except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4; or
b)      in preparations containing 500 micrograms or less of folic acid per recommended daily dose.
FOLINIC ACID for human therapeutic use except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4; or
b)      in preparations containing 500 micrograms or less of folinic acid per recommended daily dose.
FORMALDEHYDE (excluding its derivatives) for human therapeutic use except:
a)      in oral hygiene preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of free formaldehyde; or
b)      in other preparations containing 0.2 per cent or less of free formaldehyde.
GUAIPHENESIN in a modified release dosage form of 1200 mg or less of guaiphenesin with a recommended daily dose of 2400 mg or less when not labelled  for the treatment of children under 12 years of age.
GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS.
GLUTARALDEHYDE for human therapeutic use.
HEXACHLOROPHANE in preparations for human use containing 3 per cent or less of hexachlorophane except:
a)      in preparations containing 0.75 per cent or less of hexachlorophane; or
b)      in preparations for use on infants, as specified in Schedule 4.
 
HYDROCORTISONE and HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE, but excluding other salts and derivatives, in preparations for human therapeutic use containing 0.5 per cent or less of hydrocortisone:
a)      for dermal use, in packs containing 30 g or less of such preparations, containing no other therapeutically active constituent other than an antifungal substance; or
b)      for rectal use when combined with a local anaesthetic substance but no other therapeutically active constituent except unscheduled astringents:
i)        in undivided preparations in packs of 35 g or less; or
ii)      in packs containing 12 or less suppositories.
HYDROQUINONE (excluding monobenzone and alkyl ethers of hydroquinone included in Schedule 4) in preparations for human external therapeutic or cosmetic use containing 2 per cent or less of hydroquinone except:
a)      in hair preparations containing 0.3 per cent or less of hydroquinone; or
b)      in cosmetic nail preparations containing 0.02 per cent or less of hydroquinone.
8-HYDROXYQUINOLINE and its non-halogenated derivatives for human therapeutic use, except in preparations for external use containing 1 per cent or less of such substances.
HYOSCINE (excluding hyoscine butylbromide):
a)      for transdermal use in preparations containing 2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids per dosage unit; or
b)      for oral use:
i)        in undivided preparations containing 0.03 per cent or less of total solanaceous alkaloids, when labelled with a dose of 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids and a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids; or
ii)      in divided preparations containing 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids per dosage unit when labelled with a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids.
HYOSCINE BUTYLBROMIDE as the only therapeutically active substance, in divided preparations for oral use, containing 20 mg or less of hyoscine butylbromide per dosage unit in a pack containing 200 mg or less of hyoscine butylbromide.
HYOSCYAMINE:
a)      for external use in preparations containing 0.03 per cent or less of total solanaceous alkaloids; or
b)      for oral use:
i)        in undivided preparations containing 0.03 per cent or less of total solanaceous alkaloids, when labelled with a dose of 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids and a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids; or
ii)      in divided preparations containing 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids per dosage unit when labelled with a recommended daily dose of 1.2  mg or less total solanaceous alkaloids.
HYOSCYAMUS NIGER for oral use:
a)      in undivided preparations containing 0.03 per cent or less of total solanaceous alkaloids when labelled with a dose of 0.3 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids and a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids; or
b)      in divided preparations containing 0.3 mg of total solanaceous alkaloids or less per dosage unit when labelled with a recommended daily dose of 1.2 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids,
       except in a pack containing 0.03 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids.
IBUPROFEN in preparations for oral use when labelled with a recommended daily dose of 1200 mg or less of ibuprofen:
a)      in liquid preparations when sold in the manufacturer’s original pack containing 8 grams or less of ibuprofen; or
b)      in divided preparations, each containing 200 mg or less of ibuprofen, in packs of not more than 100 dosage units except when:
i)        as the only therapeutically active constituent (other than phenylephrine or when combined with an effervescent agent);
ii)      packed in blister or strip packaging or in a container with a child-resistant closure;
iii)    in a primary pack containing not more than 25 dosage units;
iv)    compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
v)      not labelled for the treatment of children 6 years of age or less; and
vi)    not labelled for the treatment of children under 12 years of age when combined with phenylephrine.
INDANAZOLINE.
INDOMETHACIN in preparations for external use containing 1 per cent or less of indomethacin.
IODINE:
a)      in preparations for human internal therapeutic use containing 300 micrograms or more of iodine per recommended daily dose; or
b)      in preparations for human external therapeutic use containing more than 2.5 per cent of available iodine (excluding salts, derivatives or iodophors),
       except in oral preparations for use in prophylaxis and treatment in the event of radioactive iodine exposure under an emergency plan approved by an appropriate authority.
IPRATROPIUM in preparations for nasal use.
IRON COMPOUNDS (excluding iron oxides when present as an excipient, in divided preparations containing 10 mg or less of total iron oxides per dosage unit or in undivided preparations containing 1 per cent or less of total iron oxides) for human internal use except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4; or
b)      when labelled with a recommended daily dose of 24 mg or less of iron:
i)        in undivided preparations supplied in packs each containing 750 mg or less of iron; or
ii)      in divided preparations:
A)      containing more than 5 mg of iron per dosage unit in packs each containing 750 mg or less of iron; or
B)       containing 5 mg or less of iron per dosage unit.
ISOCONAZOLE for human use in dermal preparations.
ISOPROPAMIDE in preparations for dermal use containing 2 per cent or less of isopropamide.
KETOCONAZOLE in preparations for dermal use except:
a)      in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of ketoconazole for the treatment of the scalp; or
b)      in preparations for the treatment of tinea pedis.
KETOTIFEN for ophthalmic use in preparations containing 0.025 per cent or less of ketotifen.
LEVOCABASTINE in topical eye or nasal preparations.
LIGNOCAINE in preparations for topical use other than eye drops:
a)      containing 10 per cent or less of total local anaesthetic substances, except in dermal preparations containing 2 per cent or less of total local anaesthetic substances; or
b)      in divided preparations containing 200 mg or less of total local anaesthetic substances per dosage unit, except in lozenges containing 30 mg or less of total local anaesthetic substances per dosage unit.
LINDANE in preparations for human external therapeutic use containing 2 per cent or less of lindane.
LITHIUM in preparations for dermal use containing 1 per cent or less of lithium except:
            (a)        when present as an excipient at 0.25 per cent or less of lithium; or
            (b)        in preparations containing 0.01 per cent or less of lithium.
LOBELIA INFLATA except for smoking or burning.
LOBELINE except in preparations for smoking or burning.
LODOXAMIDE in preparations for ophthalmic use.
LOPERAMIDE in divided preparations for oral use in packs of 20 dosage units or less except in preparations containing 2 mg or less of loperamide per dosage unit, in a primary pack containing 8 dosage units or less.
LORATADINE in preparations for oral use except in divided preparations for the treatment of seasonal allergic rhinitis in adults and children 12 years of age and over when:
            (a)        in a primary pack containing 5 dosage units or less; and
            (b)        labelled with a recommended daily dose not exceeding 10 mg of loratadine.
MACROGOLS in preparations for oral use as a liquid concentrate for laxative use.
MEBENDAZOLE for human therapeutic use.
MECLOZINE in primary packs containing 12 or less tablets or capsules of meclozine for the prevention or treatment of motion sickness, except in preparations for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
MEFENAMIC ACID in divided preparations for oral use in packs of 30 or less dosage units for the treatment of dysmenorrhoea.
MEPYRAMINE for dermal use.
MERCUROCHROME in preparations for external use containing 2 per cent or less of mercurochrome except when included in Schedule 6.
MERCURY for external use in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of mercury.
METHOXAMINE in preparations for external use except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of methoxamine.
METHOXYPHENAMINE.
METHYLEPHEDRINE.
MICONAZOLE for human use in dermal preparations and for application to the nails except in preparations for the treatment of tinea pedis.
MINOXIDIL in preparations for dermal use containing 5 per cent or less of minoxidil.
MOMETASONE in aqueous nasal sprays delivering 50 micrograms or less of mometasone per actuation when the maximum recommended daily dose is no greater than 200 micrograms for the prophylaxis or treatment of allergic rhinitis for up to six months in adults and children 12 years of age and over.
NAPHAZOLINE.
NAPROXEN in divided preparations containing 250 mg or less of naproxen per dosage unit in packs of 30 or less dosage units.
 
NICLOSAMIDE for human therapeutic use.
NIZATIDINE when sold in the manufacturer’s original pack containing not more than 14 days' supply.
NOSCAPINE.
NYSTATIN in dermal preparations.
OXETACAINE (oxethazaine) in preparations for internal use.
OXICONAZOLE for dermal use except in preparations for the treatment of tinea pedis.
OXYMETAZOLINE.
PAPAVERINE except when included in Schedule 4.
PANTOPRAZOLE in oral preparations containing 20 mg or less of pantoprazole per dosage unit for the relief of heartburn and other symptoms of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease, in packs containing not more than 7days’ supply.
PARACETAMOL for therapeutic use except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4;
b)      in individually wrapped powders or sachets of granules each containing 1000 mg or less of paracetamol as the only therapeutically active constituent (other than phenylephrine and/or guaiphenesinor when combined with effervescent agents) when:
i)        enclosed in a primary pack that contains not more than 10 such powders or sachets of granules;
ii)      compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements  for Medicine Labels;
iii)    not labelled for the treatment of children 6 years of age or less; and
iv)    not labelled for the treatment  of children under 12 years of age when  combined with phenylephrine and/or guaiphenesin; or
c)               in tablets or capsules each containing 500 mg or less of paracetamol as the only therapeutically active constituent (other than phenylephrine and/or guaiphenesin or when combined with effervescent agents) when:
i)        packed in blister or strip packaging or in a container with a child-resistant closure;
ii)      in a primary pack containing not more than 20 tablets or capsules;
iii)    compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
iv)    not labelled for the treatment of children 6 years of age or less; and
v)      not labelled for the treatment of children under 12 years of age when combined with phenylephrine and/or guaiphenesin.
 PARAFORMALDEHYDE (excluding its derivatives) for human therapeutic use except:
a)      in oral hygiene preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of free formaldehyde; or
b)      in other preparations containing 0.2 per cent or less of free formaldehyde.
PENCICLOVIR for external use for the treatment of herpes labialis.
PHEDRAZINE.
PHENAZONE for human external use.
PHENIRAMINE:
a)      in eye drops; or
b)      when combined with one or more other therapeutically active substances in oral preparations when:
i)        at least one of the other therapeutically active substances is a sympathomimetic decongestant; or
ii)      in a day-night pack containing pheniramine in the bed-time dose where the day and night doses are in the same immediate container or immediate wrapper,
       except in preparations for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
PHENOL, or any homologue boiling below 220°C, for human therapeutic use except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4; or
b)      in preparations for external use containing 3 per cent or less of such substances.
PHENYLEPHRINE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4;
b)      in oral preparations containing 50 mg or less of phenylephrine per recommended daily dose in packs containing 250 mg or less of phenylephrine; or
c)      in topical eye or nasal preparations containing 1 per cent or less of phenylephrine.
PHOLCODINE:
a)      in liquid preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of pholcodine and with a recommended dose not exceeding 25 mg of pholcodine; or
b)      when compounded with one or more other therapeutically active substances in divided preparations containing 10 mg or less of pholcodine per dosage unit and with a recommended dose not exceeding 25 mg of pholcodine.
PIPERAZINE for human therapeutic use.
 
PODOPHYLLOTOXIN in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of podophyllotoxin for human use for the treatment of warts other than anogenital warts.
PODOPHYLLUM EMODI (podophyllin) in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of podophyllin for human use for the treatment of warts other than anogenital warts.
PODOPHYLLUM PELTATUM (podophyllin) in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of podophyllin for human use for the treatment of warts other than anogenital warts.
POTASSIUM CHLORATE for therapeutic use except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of potassium chlorate.
PRILOCAINE in preparations for dermal use containing 10 per cent or less of total local anaesthetic substances.
PROCYCLIDINE in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of procyclidine for dermal use.
PROMETHAZINE in oral preparations:
a)      in a primary pack containing 10 dosage units or less for the prevention or treatment of motion sickness; or
b)      when combined with one or more other therapeutically active substances when:
i)        at least one of the other therapeutically active substances is a sympathomimetic decongestant; or
ii)      in a day-night pack containing promethazine in the bed-time dose where the day and night doses are in the same immediate container or immediate wrapper,
       except in preparations for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
PROPAMIDINE for ophthalmic use.
PYRANTEL for human therapeutic use.
PYRETHRINS, naturally occurring, being pyrethrolone, cinerolone or jasmolone esters of chrysanthemic or pyrethric acids, for human therapeutic use in preparations containing more than 10 per cent of such substances.
PYRITHIONE ZINC for human therapeutic use, except in preparations for the treatment of the scalp containing 2 per cent or less of pyrithione zinc when compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels.
RANITIDINE in preparations supplied in the manufacturer’s original pack containing not more than 14 days' supply except in divided preparations for oral use containing 150 mg or less of ranitidine per dosage unit in the manufacturer’s original pack containing not more than 14 dosage units.
SALICYLAMIDE except when included in Schedule 4.
SELENIUM in preparations for human therapeutic use except:
a)      for topical use containing 3.5 per cent or less of selenium sulfide;
b)      when included in Schedule 4; or
c)      for oral use with a recommended daily dose of 150 micrograms or less.
SILVER for therapeutic use except:
a)      in solutions for human oral use containing 0.3 per cent or less of silver when compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels; or
b)      in other preparations containing 1 per cent or less of silver.
SODIUM CROMOGLYCATE in preparations for nasal or ophthalmic use.
SODIUM NITRITE for therapeutic use (excluding when present as an excipient).
SQUILL except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of squill.
SULCONAZOLE in preparations for dermal use.
TERBINAFINE for dermal use except in preparations for the treatment of tinea pedis.
TETRACHLOROETHYLENE for human therapeutic use.
TETRAHYDROZOLINE.
THIABENDAZOLE for human therapeutic use.
TIOCONAZOLE in preparations for dermal use except in preparations for the treatment of tinea pedis.
TRAMAZOLINE.
TRIAMCINOLONE in aqueous nasal sprays delivering 55 micrograms or less of triamcinolone per actuation when the maximum recommended daily dose is no greater than 220 micrograms, for prophylaxis or treatment of allergic rhinitis for up to 6 months in adults and children 12 years of age and over.
TRIMEPRAZINE when combined with one or more other therapeutically active substances in solid oral preparations when:
a)      at least one of the other therapeutically active substances is a sympathomimetic decongestant; or
b)      in a day-night pack containing trimeprazine in the bed-time dose where the day and night doses    are in the same immediate container or immediate wrapper,
       except in preparations for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
TRIPROLIDINE when combined with one or more other therapeutically active substances in oral preparations when:
a)      at least one of the other therapeutically active substances is a sympathomimetic decongestant; or
b)      in a day-night pack containing triprolidine in the bed-time dose where the day and night doses are in the same immediate container or immediate wrapper,
       except in preparations for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
TUAMINOHEPTANE.
TYMAZOLINE.
XYLOMETAZOLINE.
ZINC CHLORIDE for human dermal use except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of zinc chloride.
SCHEDULE 3
ADRENALINE in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of adrenaline except in preparations containing 0.02 per cent or less of adrenaline unless packed and labelled for injection.
ALCLOMETASONE as the only therapeutically active substance in preparations for dermal use containing  0.05 per cent or less of alclometasone in packs containing 30 g or less of the preparation.
AMINOPHYLLINE in liquid oral preparations containing 2 per cent or less of aminophylline.
AZATADINE in oral preparations.
BROMPHENIRAMINE in oral preparations except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
BUCLIZINE in oral preparations.
BUTOCONAZOLE in preparations for vaginal use.
CHLORAMPHENICOL for ophthalmic use only.
CHLORBUTOL in preparations for human use except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of chlorbutol.
CHLORPHENIRAMINE in oral preparations except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
CICLOPIROX in preparations for dermal use and for application to the nails except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in preparations for the treatment of tinea pedis.
CIMETIDINE in a primary pack containing not more than 14 days' supply.
CLEMASTINE in preparations for oral use.
CLOBETASONE (clobetasone-17-butyrate) as the only therapeutically active substance in preparations for dermal use containing 0.05 per cent or less of clobetasone in packs containing 30 g or less of the preparation.
CLOTRIMAZOLE in preparations for vaginal use.
CODEINE when:
a)      not combined with any other opiate substance;
b)      compounded with one or more other therapeutically active substances, of which not more than one is an analgesic substance:
i)        in divided preparations containing 12 mg or less of codeine per dosage unit; or
ii)      in undivided preparations containing 0.25 per cent or less of codeine;
c)       labelled with a recommended daily dose not exceeding 100 mg of codeine; and
d)               in packs containing not more than 5 days' of supply at the maximum dose recommended on the label,
       except when included in Schedule 2.
CYCLIZINE in divided preparations for oral use in primary packs containing 6 dosage units or less.
CYPROHEPTADINE in oral preparations.
DEXCHLORPHENIRAMINE in oral preparations except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
DICLOFENAC in divided preparations for oral use containing 25 mg or less of diclofenac per dosage unit in a pack containing 30 or less dosage units except when included in Schedule 2.
DIHYDROCODEINE when compounded with one or more other therapeutically active substances:
a)      in divided preparations containing 10 mg or less per dosage unit and with a recommended dose not exceeding 15 mg of dihydrocodeine; or
b)      in undivided preparations containing 0.25 per cent or less of dihydrocodeine with a recommended dose not exceeding 15 mg of dihydrocodeine,
       except when included in Schedule 2.
DI-IODOHYDROXYQUINOLINE (iodoquinol) for vaginal use.
DIMENHYDRINATE in oral preparations except when included in Schedule 2.
DIMETHINDENE in oral preparations.
DIPHENHYDRAMINE in oral preparations except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
DIPHENOXYLATE in packs of 8 or less dosage units, each dosage unit containing 2.5 mg or less of diphenoxylate and a quantity of atropine sulfate equivalent to at least 1 per cent of the dose of diphenoxylate.
DITHRANOL for therapeutic use.
DOXYLAMINE in oral preparations except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
ECONAZOLE in preparations for vaginal use.
ERYTHRITYL TETRANITRATE for therapeutic use.
ESOMEPRAZOLE in oral preparations containing 20 mg or less per dosage unit for the relief of heartburn and other symptoms of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease, in packs containing not more than 14 days supply.
FAMCICLOVIR for oral use, in divided preparations containing a total dose of 1500 mg or less of famciclovir for the treatment of herpes labialis (cold sores).
FLAVOXATE.
FLUCONAZOLE in single-dose oral preparations containing 150 mg or less of fluconazole for the treatment of vaginal candidiasis.
FLUORIDES for human topical use:
a)      in liquid preparations containing 5500 mg/kg or less of fluoride ion, in a container with a child-resistant closure except when included in or expressly excluded from Schedule 2; or
b)               in non-liquid preparations containing 5500 mg/kg or less of fluoride ion except:
i)        in preparations for therapeutic use containing 1500 mg/kg or less of fluoride ion and, when containing more than 1000 mg/kg fluoride ion, compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
ii)      in preparations for non-therapeutic use containing 1500 mg/kg or less of fluoride ion and, when containing more than 1000 mg/kg fluoride ion, labelled with warnings to the following effect:
A)      Do not swallow; and
B)       Do not use [this product/name of product] in children six years of age or less; or
iii)    in preparations for supply to registered dental professionals or by approval of an appropriate authority.
GLUCAGON.
GLYCERYL TRINITRATE:
a)      in preparations for oral use; or
b)      in preparations for rectal use.
GLYCOPYRRONIUM except when included in Schedule 4.
HYDROCORTISONE and HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE, but excluding other salts and derivatives, in preparations for human therapeutic use containing 1 per cent or less of hydrocortisone:
a)      for dermal use, in packs containing 30 g or less of such preparations, containing no other therapeutically active constituent other than an antifungal substance; or
b)      for rectal use when combined with a local anaesthetic substance but no other therapeutically active constituent except unscheduled astringents:
i)        in undivided preparations, in packs of 35 g or less; or
ii)      in packs containing 12 or less suppositories,
       except when included in Schedule 2.
IBUPROFEN in divided preparations, each containing 400 mg or less of ibuprofen in a primary pack containing not more than 50 dosage units when labelled:
a)      with a recommended daily dose of 1200 mg or less of ibuprofen; and
b)      not for the treatment of children under 12 years of age,
       except when included in or expressly excluded from Schedule 2.
INOSITOL NICOTINATE.
ISOCONAZOLE in preparations for vaginal use.
ISOSORBIDE DINITRATE in oral preparations containing 10 mg or less of isosorbide dinitrate per dosage unit.
KETOPROFEN in divided preparations for oral use containing 25 mg or less of ketoprofen per dosage unit in a pack containing 30 or less dosage units.
LANSOPRAZOLE in oral preparations containing 15 mg or less of lansoprazole per dosage unit for the relief of heartburn and other symptoms of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease, in packs containing not more than 14 days' supply.
LEVONORGESTREL for emergency post-coital contraception.
MACROGOLS in preparations for oral use for bowel cleansing prior to diagnostic, medical or surgical procedures.
MAGNESIUM SULFATE for human therapeutic use in divided oral preparations except when containing 1.5 g or less of magnesium sulfate per recommended daily dose.
MALATHION in preparations for human external use except in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of malathion.
MANNITYL HEXANITRATE for therapeutic use.
MEPYRAMINE in oral preparations.
METHDILAZINE in oral preparations.
METOCLOPRAMIDE when combined with paracetamol in divided preparations, packed and labelled only for the treatment of nausea associated with migraine, in packs containing not more than 10 dosage units.
MICONAZOLE for human use in topical preparations:
a)      for the treatment of oral candidiasis; or
b)      for vaginal use.
NAPROXEN in a modified release dosage form of 600 mg or less of naproxen per dosage unit in packs of 16 or less dosage units when labelled not for the treatment of children under 12 years of age.
NICOTINIC ACID for human therapeutic use in divided preparations containing 250 mg or less of nicotinic acid per dosage unit except:
a)      in preparations containing 100 mg or less of nicotinic acid per dosage unit; or
b)      nicotinamide.
NICOTINYL ALCOHOL except in preparations containing 100 mg or less of nicotinyl alcohol per dosage unit.
NYSTATIN in preparations for topical use except when included in Schedule 2.
OMEPRAZOLE in oral preparations containing 20 mg or less of omeprazole per dosage unit for the relief of heartburn and other symptoms of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease, in packs containing not more than 14 days' supply.
ORLISTAT in oral preparations for weight-control purposes containing 120 mg or less of orlistat per dosage unit.
OXICONAZOLE in preparations for vaginal use.
PANTOPRAZOLE in oral preparations containing 20 mg or less of pantoprazole per dosage unit for the relief of heartburn and other symptoms of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease, in packs containing not more than 14 days' supply except when when included in Schedule 2.
PARACETAMOL when combined with ibuprofen in a primary pack containing 30 dosage units or less.
PHENIRAMINE in oral preparations except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
PODOPHYLLOTOXIN in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of podophyllotoxin for human use for the treatment of warts other than anogenital warts except when included in Schedule 2.
PODOPHYLLUM EMODI (podophyllin) in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of podophyllin for human use for the treatment of warts other than anogenital warts except when included in Schedule 2.
PODOPHYLLUM PELTATUM (podophyllin) in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of podophyllin for human use for the treatment of warts other than anogenital warts except when included in Schedule 2.
PROCHLORPERAZINE in divided preparations for oral use in packs containing not more than 10 dosage units for the treatment of nausea associated with migraine.
PROMETHAZINE in oral preparations except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in preparations for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
PSEUDOEPHEDRINE (other than preparations for stimulant, appetite suppression or weight-control purposes) when supplied in a primary pack:
a)      in liquid preparations containing 800 mg or less of pseudoephedrine hydrochloride (or its equivalent); or
b)      in other preparations containing 720 mg or less of pseudoephedrine hydrochloride (or its equivalent).
RABEPRAZOLE in oral preparations containing 10 mg or less of rabeprazole per dosage unit for the relief of heartburn and other symptoms of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease, in packs containing not more than 14 days' supply.
SALBUTAMOL as the only therapeutically active substance:
a)      in metered aerosols delivering 100 micrograms or less of salbutamol per metered dose; or
b)      in dry powders for inhalation delivering 200 micrograms or less of salbutamol per dose.
SALICYLIC ACID in preparations for dermal use except in preparations containing 40 per cent or less of salicylic acid.
SANTONIN.
SODIUM PHOSPHATE in preparations for oral use for bowel cleansing prior to diagnostic medical and surgical procedures.
SODIUM PICOSULFATE in preparations for oral use for bowel cleansing prior to diagnostic medical or surgical procedures.
SULFACETAMIDE in preparations for ophthalmic use containing 10 per cent or less of sulfacetamide.
TERBUTALINE as the only therapeutically active substance:
a)      in metered aerosols delivering 250 micrograms or less of terbutaline per metered dose; or
b)      in dry powders for inhalation delivering 500 micrograms or less of terbutaline per dose.
THEOPHYLLINE in liquid oral preparations containing 2 per cent or less of theophylline.
TIOCONAZOLE in preparations for vaginal use.
TRIAMCINOLONE for buccal use in preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of triamcinolone in a pack of 5 g or less.
TRIMEPRAZINE:
a)      in solid oral preparations except when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in liquid oral preparations containing 10 mg or less of trimeprazine per 5 mL,
       except in preparations for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
TRIPROLIDINE in oral preparations except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      for the treatment of children under 2 years of age.
VITAMIN D  for human internal therapeutic use in preparations containing 175 micrograms or less of vitamin D per recommended single weekly dose except in preparations containing 25 micrograms or less of vitamin D per recommended daily dose. 
SCHEDULE 4
ABACAVIR.
ABATACEPT.
ABIRATERONE ACETATE.
ABCIXIMAB.
ACAMPROSATE CALCIUM.
ACARBOSE.
ACEBUTOLOL.
ACEPROMAZINE.
ACETANILIDE and alkyl acetanilides (excluding when present as an excipient) for human therapeutic use.
ACETARSOL.
ACETAZOLAMIDE.
ACETOHEXAMIDE.
ACETYL ISOVALERYLTYLOSIN.
ACETYLCARBROMAL.
ACETYLCHOLINE.
ACETYLCYSTEINE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in preparations for oral use when labelled with a recommended daily dose of 1 g or less of acetylcysteine.
ACETYLDIGITOXIN.
ACETYLMETHYLDIMETHYLOXIMIDOPHENYLHYDRAZINE.
ACETYLSTROPHANTHIDIN.
ACICLOVIR except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of aciclovir for the treatment of herpes labialis in packs containing 10 g or less.
ACIPIMOX.
# ACITRETIN.
ACLIDINIUM BROMIDE.
ACOKANTHERA OUABAIO.
ACOKANTHERA SCHIMPERI.
ACONITUM spp. except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2;
b)      in preparations for oral use in adults in packs containing 0.02 mg or less of total alkaloids; or
c)      in preparations for dermal use in adults containing 0.02 per cent or less of total alkaloids in packs containing 0.02 mg or less of total alkaloids.
ACRIVASTINE.
ADALIMUMAB.
ADAPALENE.
ADEFOVIR.
ADENOSINE for human therapeutic use in preparations for injection.
ADIPHENINE.
ADONIS VERNALIS.
ADRAFINIL.
ADRENALINE. except:
a)      when included in Schedule 3; or
b)      in preparations containing 0.02 per cent or less of adrenaline unless packed and labelled for injection.
ADRENOCORTICAL HORMONES except when separately specified in these Schedules.
AFAMELANOTIDE.
AFATINIB DIMALEATE.
AFLIBERCEPT.
AGALSIDASE.
AGLEPRISTONE.
AGOMELATINE.
ALATROFLOXACIN MESYLATE.
ALBENDAZOLE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5 or 6; or
b)      in intraruminal implants each containing 3.85 g or less of albendazole for the treatment of animals.
ALCLOFENAC.
ALCLOMETASONE except when included in Schedule 3.
ALCURONIUM.
ALDESLEUKIN.
ALDOSTERONE.
# ALEFACEPT.
ALEMTUZUMAB.
ALENDRONIC ACID.
ALFACALCIDOL.
ALFUZOSIN.
ALGLUCERASE.
ALGLUCOSIDASE.
ALISKIREN.
ALLERGENS for therapeutic use.
ALLOPURINOL.
ALLYLOESTRENOL.
ALOGLIPTIN.
ALOSETRON.
ALPHA1-PROTEINASE INHIBITOR (HUMAN).
ALPHADOLONE.
ALPHAXALONE.
ALPRENOLOL.
ALPROSTADIL.
ALSEROXYLON.
ALTEPLASE.
ALTRENOGEST.
ALTRETAMINE (hexamethylmelamine).
AMANTADINE.
AMBENONIUM CHLORIDE.
# AMBRISENTAN.
AMBUCETAMIDE.
AMBUTONIUM BROMIDE.
AMCINONIDE.
AMETHOCAINE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in dermal preparations containing 2 per cent or less of total local anaesthetic substances.
AMIFOSTINE.
AMIKACIN.
AMILORIDE.
AMINOCAPROIC ACID.
AMINOGLUTETHIMIDE.
5-AMINOLEVULINIC ACID.
AMINOMETRADINE.
 AMINOPHENAZONE (amidopyrine) and derivatives for the treatment of animals.
AMINOPHYLLINE except when included in Schedule 3.
AMINOPTERIN.
4-AMINOPYRIDINE for therapeutic use.
AMINOREX.
AMINOSALICYLIC ACID.
AMIODARONE.
AMIPHENAZOLE.
AMISOMETRADINE.
AMISULPRIDE.
AMITRIPTYLINE.
AMLODIPINE.
AMMI VISNAGA.
AMMONIUM BROMIDE for therapeutic use.
AMODIAQUINE.
AMOROLFINE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in preparations for the treatment of tinea pedis.
AMOXAPINE.
AMOXYCILLIN.
AMPHOMYCIN.
AMPHOTERICIN.
AMPICILLIN.
AMPRENAVIR.
AMRINONE.
AMSACRINE.
AMYL NITRITE.
AMYLOBARBITONE when packed and labelled for injection.
AMYLOCAINE.
# ANABOLIC STEROIDAL AGENTS.
ANAGRELIDE.
ANAKINRA.
ANASTROZOLE.
ANCESTIM.
ANCROD and its immunoglobulin antidote.
ANECORTAVE.
# ANDROGENIC STEROIDAL AGENTS.
# ANDROISOXAZOLE.
# ANDROSTANOLONE.
# ANDROSTENEDIOL.
# ANDROSTENEDIONE.
ANGIOTENSIN AMIDE.
ANIDULAFUNGIN.
ANISTREPLASE.
ANTAZOLINE except when included in Schedule 2.
ANTIBIOTIC SUBSTANCES except:
a)      when separately specified in these Schedules; or
b)      nisin.
ANTIGENS for human therapeutic use except when separately specified in this Schedule.
ANTIHISTAMINES except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2 or 3; or
b)      when separately specified in this Schedule.
ANTIMONY for therapeutic use except when separately specified in these Schedules.
ANTISERA (immunosera) for human use by injection except when separately specified in these Schedules.
# AOD-9604 (CAS No. 221231-10-3).
APIXABAN.
APOCYNUM spp.
APOMORPHINE.
APRACLONIDINE.
APRAMYCIN.
APREMILAST.
APREPITANT.
APRONAL.
APROTININ.
ARECOLINE.
ARIPIPRAZOLE.
ARSENIC for human therapeutic use except when separately specified in these Schedules.
ARTEMETHER.
ARTICAINE.
ASENAPINE.
ASPIRIN:
a)      when combined with caffeine, paracetamol or salicylamide or any derivative of these substances; or
b)      for injection.
ASTEMIZOLE.
ASUNAPREVIR.
# ATAMESTANE.
ATAZANAVIR.
ATENOLOL.
ATIPAMEZOLE.
ATOMOXETINE.
ATORVASTATIN.
ATOSIBAN.
ATOVAQUONE.
ATRACURIUM BESYLATE.
ATROPA BELLADONNA (belladonna) except when included in Schedule 2.
ATROPINE except when included in Schedule 2.
ATROPINE METHONITRATE.
AURANOFIN.
AUROTHIOMALATE SODIUM.
AVILAMYCIN except:
a)      in animal feed premixes containing 15 per cent or less of avilamycin activity; or
b)      in animal feeds containing 50 mg/kg or less of avilamycin activity.
AVIPTADIL.
AXITINIB.
AVOPARCIN.
AZACITIDINE.
AZACYCLONOL.
AZAPERONE.
AZAPROPAZONE.
AZARIBINE.
AZATADINE except when included in Schedule 3.
AZATHIOPRINE.
AZELAIC ACID except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of azelaic acid for non-human use.
AZELASTINE except when included in Schedule 2.
AZITHROMYCIN.
AZLOCILLIN.
AZTREONAM.
BACAMPICILLIN.
BACITRACIN.
BACLOFEN.
BALSALAZIDE.
BAMBERMYCIN (flavophospholipol) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 6; or
b)      in animal feeds for growth promotion containing 50 mg/kg or less of antibiotic substances.
BAMBUTEROL.
BAMETHAN.
BAMIPINE.
BARBITURATES except when separately specified in these Schedules.
BASILIXIMAB.
BAZEDOXIFENE.
BECAPLERMIN.
BECLAMIDE.
BECLOMETHASONE except when included in Schedule 2.
BELATACEPT.
BELIMUMAB.
BEMEGRIDE.
BENACTYZINE.
BENAZEPRIL.
BENDAMUSTINE.
BENDROFLUAZIDE.
BENETHAMINE PENICILLIN.
BENORYLATE.
BENOXAPROFEN.
BENPERIDOL.
BENSERAZIDE.
BENZATHINE PENICILLIN.
BENZHEXOL.
BENZILONIUM.
BENZOCAINE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2;
b)      in dermal preparations containing 2 per cent or less of total local anaesthetic substances; or
c)               in lozenges containing 30 mg or less of total local anaesthetic substances per dosage unit.
# BENZODIAZEPINE derivatives except when separately specified in these Schedules.
BENZOYL PEROXIDE in preparations for human therapeutic use except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in preparations for external use containing 5 per cent or less of benzoyl peroxide.
BENZPHETAMINE.
BENZTHIAZIDE.
BENZTROPINE (benzatropine).
BENZYDAMINE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2;
b)      in preparations for dermal use;
c)      in divided topical oral preparations containing 3 mg or less of benzydamine; or
d)      in undivided topical oral prepartions contining 0.3 per cent or less of benzydamine in a preimary pack containing not more than 50 mL.
BENZYLPENICILLIN.
BEPRIDIL.
BERACTANT.
BESIFLOXACIN.
BETAHISTINE.
BETAMETHASONE.
BETAXOLOL.
BETHANECHOL CHLORIDE.
BETHANIDINE.
BEVACIZUMAB.
BEVANTOLOL.
# BEXAROTENE.
BEZAFIBRATE.
BICALUTAMIDE.
BIFONAZOLE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2;
b)      in preparations for dermal use containing 1 per cent or less of bifonazole for the treatment of the scalp; or
c)      in preparations for dermal use for the treatment of tinea pedis.
BIMATOPROST.
BIPERIDEN.
BISMUTH COMPOUNDS for cosmetic use, except:
a)      bismuth citrate when incorporated in hair colourant preparations in concentrations of 0.5 per or less; or
b)      bismuth oxychloride.
BISMUTH COMPOUNDS for human therapeutic use, except bismuth formic iodide or bismuth subiodide in dusting powders containing 3 per cent or less of bismuth.
BISOPROLOL.
BIVALIRUDIN.
BLEOMYCIN.
BOCEPREVIR.
# BOLANDIOL.
# BOLASTERONE.
# BOLAZINE.
# BOLDENONE (dehydrotestosterone).
# BOLENOL.
# BOLMANTALATE.
BORON, including boric acid and borax, for human therapeutic use except:
a)      in preparations for internal use containing 6 mg or less of boron per recommended daily dose;
b)      in preparations for dermal use containing 0.35 per cent or less of boron, which are not for paediatric or antifungal use; or
c)      when present as an excipient.
BORTEZOMIB.
# BOSENTAN.
BOSUTINIB.
BOTULINUM TOXINS for human use except when separately specified in these Schedules.
BRENTUXIMAB VEDOTIN.
BRETYLIUM TOSYLATE.
BRIMONIDINE.
BRINZOLAMIDE.
# BROMAZEPAM.
BROMIDES, inorganic, for therapeutic use except when separately specified in these Schedules.
BROMOCRIPTINE.
BROMOFORM for therapeutic use.
BROMPHENIRAMINE except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
BROMVALETONE.
BRUGMANSIA spp.
BUCLIZINE except when included in Schedule 3.
BUDESONIDE except when included in Schedule 2.
BUFEXAMAC except:
a)      in preparations for dermal use containing 5 per cent or less of bufexamac; or
b)      in suppositories.
BUMETANIDE.
BUPHENINE.
BUPIVACAINE except when included in Schedule 5.
BUPROPION.
BUSERELIN.
BUSPIRONE.
BUSULPHAN.
BUTACAINE.
BUTOCONAZOLE except when included in Schedule 3.
BUTRACONAZOLE.
BUTYL AMINOBENZOATE except in dermal preparations containing 2 per cent or less of total local anaesthetic substances.
BUTYLCHLORAL HYDRATE.
BUTYL NITRITE.
CABAZITAXEL.
CABERGOLINE.
CADMIUM COMPOUNDS for human therapeutic use.
CALCIPOTRIOL.
CALCITONIN.
CALCITRIOL.
CALCIUM CARBIMIDE for therapeutic use.
CALCIUM HYDROXYLAPATITE in preparations for injection or implantation:
a)      for tissue augmentation; or
b)               for cosmetic use.
CALCIUM POLYSTYRENE SULPHONATE.
CALOTROPIS GIGANTEA.
CALOTROPIS PROCERA.
# CALUSTERONE.
CAMPHORATED OIL for therapeutic use.
CAMPHOTAMIDE.
CANAGLIFLOZIN.
CANAKINUMAB.
CANDESARTAN CILEXETIL.
CANDICIDIN.
CANINE TICK ANTI-SERUM.
CANNABIDIOL in preperations for therapeutic use containing 2 per cent or less of other cannabinoids found in cannabis.
CANTHARIDIN.
CAPECITABINE.
CAPREOMYCIN.
CAPTODIAME.
CAPTOPRIL.
CAPURIDE.
CARAMIPHEN.
CARBACHOL.
CARBAMAZEPINE.
CARBARYL for human therapeutic use.
CARBAZOCHROME.
CARBENICILLIN.
CARBENOXOLONE for internal use.
CARBETOCIN.
CARBIDOPA.
CARBIMAZOLE.
CARBOCROMEN.
CARBOPLATIN.
CARBOPROST.
CARBROMAL.
CARBUTAMIDE.
CARBUTEROL.
CARGLUMIC ACID (N-carbomoyl-L-glutamic acid)
CARINDACILLIN.
CARISOPRODOL.
CARMUSTINE.
CARNIDAZOLE.
CARPROFEN.
CARVEDILOL.
CASPOFUNGIN.
CATHINE.
CATUMAXOMAB.
CEFACETRILE.
CEFACLOR.
CEFADROXIL.
CEFALORIDINE.
CEFAMANDOLE.
CEFAPIRIN.
CEFAZOLIN.
CEFEPIME.
CEFETAMET.
CEFIXIME.
CEFODIZIME.
CEFONICID.
CEFOPERAZONE.
CEFOTAXIME.
CEFOTETAN.
CEFOTIAM.
CEFOVECIN for veterinary use.
CEFOXITIN.
CEFPIROME.
CEFPODOXIME.
CEFQUINOME.
CEFTAROLINE FOSAMIL.
CEFSULODIN.
CEFTAZIDIME.
CEFTIBUTEN.
CEFTIOFUR.
CEFTRIAXONE.
CEFUROXIME.
CELECOXIB.
CELIPROLOL.
CEPHAELIS ACUMINATA (ipecacuanha) except in preparations containing 0.2 per cent or less of emetine.
CEPHAELIS IPECACUANHA except in preparations containing 0.2 per cent or less of emetine.
CEPHALEXIN.
CEPHALONIUM.
CEPHALOTHIN.
CEPHRADINE.
CERIVASTATIN.
CERTOLIZUMAB PEGOL.
CERULETIDE.
CETIRIZINE except
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in divided preparations for oral use for the treatment of seasonal allergic rhinitis in adults and children 12 years of age and over when:
i)        in a primary pack containing not more than 5 days’ supply; and
ii)      labelled with a recommended daily dose not exceeding 10 mg of cetirizine.
CETRORELIX.
CETUXIMAB.
CHENODEOXYCHOLIC ACID.
CHLORAL FORMAMIDE.
CHLORAL HYDRATE except in preparations for topical use containing 2 per cent or less of chloral hydrate.
CHLORALOSE except when included in Schedule 6.
CHLORAMBUCIL.
CHLORAMPHENICOL except when included in Schedule 3.
# CHLORANDROSTENOLONE.
CHLORAZANIL.
CHLORCYCLIZINE.
# CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE.
CHLORMERODRIN.             
CHLORMETHIAZOLE.
CHLORMEZANONE.
CHLOROFORM for use in anaesthesia.
# 4-CHLOROMETHANDIENONE.
2-(4-CHLOROPHENYL)-(1,2,4)TRIAZOLO[5,1-A]ISOQUINOLINE.
CHLOROQUINE.
CHLOROTHIAZIDE.
CHLOROTRIANISENE.
# CHLOROXYDIENONE.
CHLORPHENIRAMINE except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
CHLORPHENTERMINE.
CHLORPROMAZINE.
CHLORPROPAMIDE.
CHLORPROTHIXENE.
CHLORQUINALDOL for human topical use.
CHLORTETRACYCLINE except when included in Schedule 5.
CHLORTHALIDONE.
CHLORZOXAZONE.
CHOLERA VACCINE.
CHOLESTYRAMINE (colestyramine) for human therapeutic use.
CHYMOPAPAIN for human therapeutic use.
CICLACILLIN.
CICLESONIDE.
CICLOPIROX except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2 or 3; or
b)      in preparations for the treatment of tinea pedis.
CIDOFOVIR.
CILASTATIN.
CILAZAPRIL.
CILOSTAZOL.
CIMETIDINE except when included in Schedule 3.
CINACALCET.
CINCHOCAINE except when included in Schedule 2.
CINOXACIN.
CIPROFLOXACIN.
CISAPRIDE.
CISATRACURIUM BESYLATE.
CISPLATIN.
CITALOPRAM.
# CJC-1295 (CAS No. 863288-34-0).
CLADRIBINE.
CLANOBUTIN.
CLARITHROMYCIN.
CLAVULANIC ACID.
CLEMASTINE except when included in Schedule 3.
CLEMIZOLE.
CLENBUTEROL.
CLEVIDIPINE.
CLIDINIUM BROMIDE.
CLINDAMYCIN.
 CLIOQUINOL and other halogenated derivatives of 8-hydroxyquinoline for human topical use except when separately specified in this Schedule.
CLOBAZAM.
CLOBETASOL.
CLOBETASONE (clobetasone-17-butyrate) except when included in Schedule 3.
CLOCORTOLONE.
CLODRONIC ACID (includes sodium clodronate).
CLOFARABINE.
CLOFAZIMINE.
CLOFENAMIDE.
CLOFIBRATE.
# CLOMIPHENE.
CLOMIPRAMINE.
CLOMOCYCLINE.
# CLONAZEPAM.
CLONIDINE.
CLOPAMIDE.
CLOPIDOGREL.
CLOPROSTENOL.
# CLORAZEPATE.
CLOREXOLONE.
CLORPRENALINE.
# CLOSTEBOL (4-chlorotestosterone).
CLOTRIMAZOLE except:
a)               when included in Schedule 2, 3 or 6; or
b)               in preparations for dermal use for the treatment of tinea pedis.
CLOXACILLIN.
# CLOZAPINE.
COBALT for human therapeutic use except as dicobalt edetate in preparations for the treatment of cyanide poisoning.
COBICISTAT.
CODEINE when compounded with one or more other therapeutically active substances:
a)      in divided preparations containing 30 mg or less of codeine per dosage unit; or
b)      in undivided preparations containing 1 per cent or less of codeine,
       except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
CO-DERGOCRINE.
COLASPASE.
COLCHICINE.
COLCHICUM AUTUMNALE.
COLESTIPOL.
COLFOSCERIL PALMITATE for human therapeutic use.
COLISTIN.
COLLAGEN in preparations for injection or implantation:
a)      for tissue augmentation; or
b)      for cosmetic use.
COLLAGENASE CLOSTRIDIUM HISTOLYTICUM.
CONVALLARIA KEISKI.
CONVALLARIA MAJALIS.
COPPER COMPOUNDS for human use except:
a)      when separately specified in these Schedules;
b)      in preparations for human internal use containing 5 mg or less of copper per recommended daily dose; or
c)      in other preparations containing 5 per cent or less of copper compounds.
# CORIFOLLITROPIN ALFA.
CORONILLA spp.
CORTICOSTERONE.
CORTICOTROPHIN.
CORTISONE.
CO-TRIMOXAZOLE.
COUMARIN for therapeutic use (excluding when present as an excipient).
CRIZOTINIB.
CROFELEMER.
CRYSTAL VIOLET for human use except when used as a dermal marker.
CUPRIMYXIN.
CURARE.
CYCLANDELATE.
CYCLIZINE except when included in Schedule 3.
CYCLOBENZAPRINE.
# CYCLOFENIL.
CYCLOHEXIMIDE.
CYCLOPENTHIAZIDE.
CYCLOPENTOLATE.
CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE.
CYCLOPROPANE for therapeutic use.
CYCLOSERINE.
CYCLOSPORIN.
CYCLOTHIAZIDE.
CYCRIMINE.
CYMARIN.
CYPROHEPTADINE except when included in Schedule 3.
CYPROTERONE.
CYSTEAMINE for human therapeutic use.
CYTARABINE.
DABRAFENIB MESILATE.
DABIGATRAN.
DACARBAZINE.
DACLATASVIR.
DACLIZUMAB.
DACTINOMYCIN.
DALFOPRISTIN.
DALTEPARIN (includes dalteparin sodium).
DANAPAROID (includes danaparoid sodium).
# DANAZOL.
DANTHRON for human use.
DANTROLENE.
DAPAGLIFLOZIN.
DAPOXETINE.
DAPSONE.
DAPTOMYCIN.
# DARBEPOETIN.
DARIFENACIN.
DARUNAVIR.
DATURA spp. except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      when separately specified in this Schedule.
DASABUVIR.
DASATINIB.
DATURA STRAMONIUM (stramonium) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      for smoking or burning.
DATURA TATULA (stramonium) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      for smoking or burning.
DAUNORUBICIN.
DEANOL for therapeutic use.
DEBRISOQUINE.
DECAMETHONIUM.
DEFERASIROX.
DEFERIPRONE.
DEFLAZACORT.
DEGARELIX.
# DEHYDROCHLOROMETHYLTESTOSTERONE.
DEHYDROCORTICOSTERONE.
DELAVIRDINE (includes delavirdine mesylate).
DEMBREXINE except when included in Schedule 5.
DEMECARIUM.
DEMECLOCYCLINE.
DENOSUMAB.
DEOXYCORTONE.
DEOXYRIBONUCLEASE except:
a)      when separately specified in this Schedule; or
b)      for external use.
DERACOXIB.
DESFERRIOXAMINE.
DESFLURANE.
DESIPRAMINE.
DESIRUDIN.
DESLANOSIDE.
DESLORATADINE except when included in Schedule 2.
DESLORELIN.
DESMOPRESSIN (D.D.A.V.P.).
DESOGESTREL.
DESONIDE.
DESOXYMETHASONE.
DESVENLAFAXINE.
DETOMIDINE.
DEXAMETHASONE.
DEXCHLORPHENIRAMINE except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
DEXFENFLURAMINE.
DEXMEDETOMIDINE.
DEXTROMETHORPHAN (excluding its stereoisomers) except when included in Schedule 2.
# DEXTROPROPOXYPHENE:
a)      in divided preparations containing 135 mg of dextropropoxyphene or less per dosage unit; or
b)      liquid preparations containing 2.5 per cent or less of dextropropoxyphene.
DEXTRORPHAN (excluding its stereoisomers).
DIAMTHAZOLE.
DIAVERIDINE.
# DIAZEPAM.
DIAZOXIDE.
DIBENZEPIN.
DIBOTERMIN.
DIBROMOPROPAMIDINE for therapeutic use except when included in Schedule 2.
DICHLORALPHENAZONE.
DICHLOROPHEN for human therapeutic use.
DICHLORPHENAMIDE.
DICLOFENAC except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2 or 3; or
b)      in preparations for dermal use unless:
i)        for the treatment of solar keratosis; or
ii)      containing more than 4 per cent of diclofenac.
DICLOXACILLIN.
DICYCLOMINE.
DIDANOSINE.
DIENESTROL.
DIENOGEST.
DIETHAZINE.
DIETHYLCARBAMAZINE for human therapeutic use.
DIETHYLPROPION.
DIFENOXIN in preparations containing, per dosage unit, 0.5 mg or less of difenoxin and a quantity of atropine sulfate equivalent to at least 5 per cent of the dose of difenoxin.
DIFLORASONE.
DIFLOXACIN.
DIFLUCORTOLONE.
DIFLUNISAL.
DIGITALIS LANATA.
DIGITALIS PURPUREA.
DIGITOXIN.
DIGOXIN.
DIGOXIN-SPECIFIC ANTIBODY FRAGMENT F (Ab).
DIHYDRALAZINE.
DIHYDROCODEINE when compounded with one or more other therapeutically active substances:
a)      in divided preparations containing not more than 100 mg of dihydrocodeine per dosage unit; or
b)      in undivided preparations with a concentration of not more than 2.5 per cent of dihydrocodeine,
       except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
DIHYDROERGOTOXINE.
# DIHYDROLONE.
DIHYDROSTREPTOMYCIN.
DIHYDROTACHYSTEROL.
 DI-IODOHYDROXYQUINOLINE (iodoquinol) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 3; or
b)      for human internal use.
DIISOPROPYLAMINE DICHLOROACETATE.
DILTIAZEM.
DIMENHYDRINATE except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
DIMERCAPROL.
# DIMETHANDROSTANOLONE.
# DIMETHAZINE.
DIMETHINDENE except when included in Schedule 3.
DIMETHOTHIAZINE.
DIMETHOXANATE.
DIMETHYL FUMARATE.
DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE (excluding dimethyl sulfone) for therapeutic use except:
a)      when included in Schedule 6; or
b)      in in vitro test kits.
DIMETRIDAZOLE.
2,4-DINITROCHLOROBENZENE for therapeutic use.
DINITROCRESOLS for therapeutic use except when separately specified in these Schedules.
DINITRONAPHTHOLS for therapeutic use except when separately specified in these Schedules.
DINITROPHENOLS for therapeutic use.
DINITROTHYMOLS for therapeutic use except when separately specified in these Schedules.
# DINOPROST.
# DINOPROSTONE.
DIPERODON.
DIPHEMANIL except in preparations for dermal use.
DIPHENHYDRAMINE except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
DIPHENIDOL.
DIPHENOXYLATE in preparations containing, per dosage unit, 2.5 mg or less of diphenoxylate and a quantity of atropine sulfate equivalent to at least 1 per cent of the dose of diphenoxylate except when included in Schedule 3.
DIPHENYLPYRALINE.
DIPHTHERIA TOXOID.
DIPIVEFRIN.
DIPYRIDAMOLE.
DIRITHROMYCIN.
DIRLOTAPIDE.
DISOPHENOL.
DISOPYRAMIDE.
DISTIGMINE.
DISULFIRAM for therapeutic use.
DISULPHAMIDE.
DITHIAZANINE except when included in Schedule 6.
DITIOCARB.
DOBUTAMINE.
DOCETAXEL.
DOFETILIDE.
DOLASETRON.
DOLUTEGRAVIR.
DOMPERIDONE.
DONEPEZIL.
DOPAMINE.
DOPEXAMINE.
DORIPENEM.
DORNASE.
DORZOLAMIDE.
DOTHIEPIN.
DOXANTRAZOLE.
DOXAPRAM.
DOXAZOSIN.
DOXEPIN.
DOXORUBICIN.
DOXYCYCLINE.
DOXYLAMINE except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
DRONEDARONE.
DROPERIDOL.
DROSPIRENONE.
# DROSTANOLONE.
DROTRECOGIN.
DUBOISIA LEICHHARDTII except when included in Schedule 2.
DUBOISIA MYOPOROIDES except when included in Schedule 2.
DULOXETINE.
DUTASTERIDE.
DYDROGESTERONE.
ECONAZOLE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2, 3 or 6; or
b)      in preparations for dermal use for the treatment of tinea pedis.
ECOTHIOPATE (includes ecothiopate iodide).
ECTYLUREA.
ECULIZUMAB.
EDETIC ACID for human therapeutic use except:
a)      in preparations containing 0.25 per cent or less of edetic acid;
b)      as dicobalt edetate in preparations for the treatment of cyanide poisoning; or
c)      in contact lens preparations.
EDOXUDINE.
EDROPHONIUM.
EFALIZUMAB.
EFAVIRENZ.
EFLORNITHINE.
EFORMOTEROL.
ELETRIPTAN.
ELOSULFASE ALFA.
ELTENAC.
ELTROMBOPAG.
ELVITEGRAVIR.
EMEPRONIUM.
EMETINE except in preparations containing 0.2 per cent or less of emetine.
EMPAGLIFLOZIN.
EMTRICITABINE.
ENALAPRIL.
# ENESTEBOL.
ENFLURANE for therapeutic use.
ENFUVIRTIDE.
# ENOBOSARM.
ENOXACIN.
ENOXAPARIN.
ENOXIMONE.
ENPROSTIL.
ENROFLOXACIN.
ENTACAPONE.
ENTECAVIR.
ENZALUTAMIDE.
EPHEDRA spp. except in preparations containing 0.001 per cent or less of ephedrine.
# EPHEDRINE.
EPICILLIN.
EPINASTINE.
EPIRUBICIN.
# EPITIOSTANOL.
EPLERENONE.
# EPOETINS.
EPOPROSTENOL.
EPROSARTAN.
EPTIFIBATIDE.
ERGOMETRINE.
ERGOT.
ERGOTAMINE.
ERGOTOXINE.
ERIBULIN MESYLATE.
ERLOTINIB.
ERTAPENEM.
ERYSIMUM spp.
ERYTHROMYCIN.
# ERYTHROPOIETIN.
# ERYTHROPOIETINS except when separately specified in these Schedules.
ESCITALOPRAM.
ESMOLOL.
ESOMEPRAZOLE except when included in Schedule 3.
ESTRAMUSTINE.
ESTROPIPATE (piperazine oestrone sulfate).
ETANERCEPT.
ETHACRYNIC ACID.
ETHAMBUTOL.
ETHAMIVAN.
ETHANOLAMINE in preparations for injection.
ETHCHLORVYNOL.
ETHER for use in anaesthesia.
ETHINAMATE.
ETHINYLOESTRADIOL.
ETHIONAMIDE.
# ETHISTERONE.
ETHOGLUCID.
ETHOHEPTAZINE.
ETHOPROPAZINE.
ETHOSUXIMIDE.
ETHOTOIN.
ETHOXZOLAMIDE.
ETHYL CHLORIDE for human therapeutic use.
# ETHYLDIENOLONE.
 ETHYLHEXANEDIOL for animal use.
ETHYLMORPHINE when compounded with one or more other therapeutically active substances:
a)      in divided preparations containing not more than 100 mg of ethylmorphine per dosage unit; or
b)      in undivided preparations with a concentration of not more than 2.5 per cent of ethylmorphine;
       except when included in Schedule 2.
# ETHYLOESTRENOL.
ETHYNODIOL.
ETIDOCAINE.
ETIDRONIC ACID (includes disodium etidronate):
a)      for internal use; or
b)      in topical preparations except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of etidronic acid.
ETILEFRIN.
ETIPROSTON.
ETODOLAC.
ETOFENAMATE except when included in Schedule 2.
ETONOGESTREL.
ETOPOSIDE.
ETORICOXIB.
ETRAVIRINE.
# ETRETINATE.
EVEROLIMUS.
EXEMESTANE.
EXENATIDE.
EZETIMIBE.
FAMCICLOVIR except when included in Schedule 3.
FAMOTIDINE except when included in Schedule 2.
FEBUXOSTAT.
FELBINAC except when included in Schedule 2.
FELODIPINE.
FELYPRESSIN.
FENBUFEN.
FENCAMFAMIN.
FENCLOFENAC.
FENFLURAMINE.
FENOFIBRATE.
FENOLDOPAM.
FENOPROFEN.
FENOTEROL.
FENPIPRAMIDE.
FENPIPRANE.
FENPROPOREX.
FENPROSTALENE.
FEXOFENADINE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in divided preparations for oral use for the treatment of seasonal allergic rhinitis in adults and children 12 years of age and over when:
i)        in a primary pack containing 10 dosage units or less and not more than 5 days’ supply; and
ii)      labelled with a recommended daily dose not exceeding 120 mg of fexofenadine.
FIBRINOLYSIN except for external use.
FIDAXOMICIN.
FILGRASTIM.
FINASTERIDE.
FINGOLIMOD.
FIROCOXIB.
FLECAINIDE.
FLEROXACIN.
FLOCTAFENINE.
FLORFENICOL.
FLUANISONE.
FLUCLOROLONE.
FLUCLOXACILLIN.
FLUCONAZOLE except when included in Schedule 3.
FLUCYTOSINE.
FLUDARABINE.
FLUDROCORTISONE.
FLUFENAMIC ACID.
FLUMAZENIL.
FLUMETHASONE.
FLUMETHIAZIDE.
FLUNISOLIDE.
FLUNIXIN MEGLUMINE.
FLUOCINOLONE.
FLUOCINONIDE.
FLUOCORTIN.
FLUOCORTOLONE.
FLUORESCEIN in preparations for injection.
FLUORIDES in preparations for human use except when included in or expressly excluded from Schedule 2 or 3.
FLUOROMETHOLONE.
FLUOROURACIL.
FLUOXETINE.
# FLUOXYMESTERONE.
FLUPENTHIXOL.
FLUPHENAZINE.
FLUPROSTENOL.
FLURANDRENOLONE.
# FLURAZEPAM.
FLURBIPROFEN except when included in Schedule 2.
FLUROXENE for human therapeutic use.
FLUSPIRILENE.
FLUTAMIDE.
FLUTICASONE except when included in Schedule 2.
FLUVASTATIN.
FLUVOXAMINE.
FOLIC ACID in preparations for human use for injection.
FOLINIC ACID in preparations for human use for injection.
FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE except when separately specified in this Schedule.
# FOLLISTATIN.
# FOLLITROPIN ALPHA.
# FOLLITROPIN BETA.
FOMIVIRSEN.
FONDAPARINUX.
# FORMEBOLONE.
FORMESTANE.
FOSAMPRENAVIR.
FOSAPREPITANT.
FOSCARNET.
FOSFESTROL (diethylstilboestrol diphosphate).
FOSINOPRIL.
FOSPHENYTOIN.
FOTEMUSTINE.
FRAMYCETIN.
FULVESTRANT.
FURALTADONE.
# FURAZABOL.
FURAZOLIDONE.
FUROSEMIDE (frusemide).
FUSIDIC ACID.
GABAPENTIN.
GALANTAMINE.
GALANTHUS spp.
GALLAMINE.
GALSULFASE.
GANCICLOVIR.
GANIRELIX.
GATIFLOXACIN.
GEFITINIB.
GEMCITABINE.
GEMEPROST.
GEMFIBROZIL.
GEMIFLOXACIN.
GEMTUZUMAB OZOGAMICIN.
GENTAMICIN.
GESTODENE.
GESTONORONE.
# GESTRINONE.
GHRH INJECTABLE PLASMID.
GITALIN.
GLATIRAMER ACETATE.
GLIBENCLAMIDE.
GLIBORNURIDE.
GLICLAZIDE.
GLIMEPIRIDE.
GLIPIZIDE.
GLISOXEPIDE.
GLUTATHIONE for parenteral use.
# GLUTETHIMIDE.
GLYCERYL TRINITRATE except when included in Schedule 3.
GLYCOPYRRONIUM in preparations for injection.
GLYMIDINE.
GnRH VACCINE.
GOLIMUMAB.
GONADORELIN.
GONADOTROPHIC HORMONES except when separately specified in this Schedule.
GOSERELIN.
GRAMICIDIN.
GRANISETRON.
GREPAFLOXACIN.
GRISEOFULVIN.
# GROWTH HORMONE RELEASING HORMONES* (GHRHs).
# GROWTH HORMONE RELEASING PEPTIDES (GHRPs).
# GROWTH HORMONE RELEASING PEPTIDE-6 (GHRP-6).
# GROWTH HORMONE SECRETAGOGUES* (GHSs).
GUAIPHENESIN for human therapeutic use except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2;
b)      in oral liquid preparations containing 2 per cent or less of guaiphenesin; or
c)      in divided preparations containing 200 mg or less of guaiphenesin per dosage unit.
GUANABENZ.
GUANACLINE.
GUANETHIDINE.
GUANIDINE for therapeutic use.
HACHIMYCIN.
HAEMATIN.
HAEMOPHILUS INFLUENZAE VACCINE.
HALCINONIDE.
HALOFANTRINE.
HALOFENATE.
HALOFUGINONE in preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of halofuginone for the treatment of animals.
HALOPERIDOL.
HALOTHANE for therapeutic use.
HEMEROCALLIS (Hemerocallis flava).
HEPARINS for internal use except when separately specified in this Schedule.
HEPATITIS A VACCINE.
HEPATITIS B VACCINE.
HETACILLIN.
HEXACHLOROPHANE:
a)      in preparations for use on infants; or
b)      in other preparations except:
i)        when included in Schedule 2 or 6; or
ii)      in preparations containing 0.75 per cent or less of hexachlorophane.
HEXAMETHONIUM.
# HEXARELIN.
HEXETIDINE for human internal use.
HEXOBENDINE.
HEXOCYCLIUM.
HEXOPRENALINE.
HISTAMINE for therapeutic use except in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of histamine.
HMG-CoA REDUCTASE INHIBITORS (including "statins") except when separately specified in these Schedules.
HOMATROPINE.
HUMAN CHORIONIC GONADATROPHIN except in pregnancy test kits.
HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS VACCINE.
HYALURONIC ACID AND ITS POLYMERS in preparations for injection or implantation:
a)      for tissue augmentation;
b)      for cosmetic use; or
c)      for the treatment of animals.
HYDRALAZINE.
HYDRARGAPHEN.
HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE.
HYDROCORTISONE:
a)      for human use except when included in Schedule 2 or 3; or
b)      for the treatment of animals.
HYDROCYANIC ACID for therapeutic use.
HYDROFLUMETHIAZIDE.
HYDROQUINONE (other than its alkyl ethers separately specified in this Schedule) in preparations for human therapeutic or cosmetic use except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in hair preparations containing 0.3 per cent or less of hydroquinone; or
c)      in cosmetic nail preparations containing 0.02 per cent or less of hydroquinone.
HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE.
HYDROXYEPHEDRINE.
HYDROXYPHENAMATE.
HYDROXYPROGESTERONE.
# HYDROXYSTENOZOL.
HYDROXYUREA.
HYDROXYZINE.
HYGROMYCIN.
HYOSCINE except when included in Schedule 2.
HYOSCYAMINE except when included in Schedule 2.
HYOSCYAMUS NIGER except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in a pack containing 0.03 mg or less of total solanaceous alkaloids.
HYPOTHALAMIC RELEASING FACTORS except when separately specified in this Schedule.
HYPROMELLOSE in preparations for injection.
IBAFLOXACIN for veterinary use.
IBANDRONIC ACID.
IBOGAINE.
IBRITUMOMAB.
IBUFENAC.
IBUPROFEN except:
a)      when included in or expressly excluded from Schedule 2 or 3; or
b)      in preparations for dermal use.
IBUTEROL.
IBUTILIDE.
ICATIBANT.
IDARUBICIN.
IDOXURIDINE except in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of idoxuridine for dermal use.
IDURSULFASE.
IFOSFAMIDE.
ILOPROST.
IMATINIB.
IMEPITOIN.
IMIDAPRIL.
IMIGLUCERASE.
IMIPENIM.
IMIPRAMINE.
IMIQUIMOD.
IMMUNOGLOBULINS for human parenteral use except when separately specified in these Schedules.
INDACATEROL.
INDAPAMIDE.
INDINAVIR.
INDOMETHACIN except when included in Schedule 2.
INDOPROFEN.
INDORAMIN.
INFLIXIMAB.
INFLUENZA AND CORYZA VACCINES:
a)      for parenteral use; or
b)      for nasal administration.
INGENOL MEBUTATE.
INSULIN GLARGINE.
# INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR I.
# INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTORS except when separately specified in this Schedule.
INSULINS.
INTERFERONS.
INTERLEUKINS except when separately specified in these Schedules.
IODOTHIOURACIL.
# IPAMORELIN.
IPILIMUMAB.
IPRATROPIUM except when included in Schedule 2.
IPRIFLAVONE.
IPRINDOLE.
IPRONIAZID.
IRBESARTAN.
IRINOTECAN.
IRON COMPOUNDS in injectable preparations for human use.
ISOAMINILE.
ISOAMYL NITRITE.
ISOBUTYL NITRITE.
ISOCARBOXAZID.
ISOCONAZOLE except when included in Schedule 2, 3 or 6.
ISOETARINE.
ISOFLURANE for therapeutic use.
ISOMETHEPTENE.
ISONIAZID.
ISOPRENALINE.
ISOPRINOSINE.
ISOPROPAMIDE except when included in Schedule 2.
ISOSORBIDE DINITRATE except when included in Schedule 3.
ISOSORBIDE MONONITRATE.
# ISOTRETINOIN.
ISOXICAM.
ISOXSUPRINE.
ISRADIPINE.
ITRACONAZOLE.
IVABRADINE.
IVACAFTOR.
IVERMECTIN:
a)      for human use; or
b)      for the treatment of mange in dogs.
IXABEPILONE.
JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS VACCINE.
KANAMYCIN.
KETANSERIN except in topical veterinary preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of ketanserin.
# KETAZOLAM.
KETOCONAZOLE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2;
b)      in preparations for dermal use containing 1 per cent or less of ketoconazole for the treatment of the scalp; or
c)      in preparations for dermal use for the treatment of tinea pedis.
KETOPROFEN except:
a)      in preparations for dermal use; or
b)      when included in Schedule 3.
KETOROLAC (includes ketoralac trometamol).
KETOTIFEN except when included in Schedule 2.
KHELLIN.
KITASAMYCIN except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5 ; or
b)      in animal feeds for growth promotion containing 100 mg/kg or less of antibiotic substances.
LABETALOL.
LACIDIPINE.
LACOSAMIDE.
LAMIVUDINE.
LAMOTRIGINE.
LANATOSIDES.
LANREOTIDE.
LANSOPRAZOLE except when included in Schedule 3.
LANTHANUM for therapeutic use.
LAPATINIB.
LARONIDASE.
LAROPIPRANT.
LATAMOXEF.
LATANOPROST.
LAUDEXIUM.
LAUROMACROGOLS in preparations for injection except:
a)      when present as an excipient; or
b)      when separately specified in these Schedules.
 LEAD for human therapeutic use.
LEDIPASVIR.
LEFETAMINE.
LEFLUNOMIDE.
# LENALIDOMIDE.
LENOGRASTIM.
LEPIRUDIN.
LEPTAZOL.
LERCANIDIPINE.
LETROZOLE.
LEUPRORELIN.
LEVALLORPHAN.
LEVAMISOLE:
a)      for human therapeutic use; or
b)      in preparations for the prevention or treatment of heartworm in dogs.
LEVETIRACETAM.
LEVOBUNOLOL.
LEVOBUPIVACAINE.
LEVOCABASTINE except when included in Schedule 2.
LEVODOPA.
LEVOMEPROMAZINE.
LEVONORGESTREL except when included in Schedule 3.
LEVOSIMENDAN.
LIDOFLAZINE.
LIGNOCAINE except:
a)      when included in Schedules 2 or 5;
b)      in dermal preparations containing 2 per cent or less of total local anaesthetic substances per dosage unit; or
c)      in lozenges containing 30 mg or less of total anaesthetic substances per dosage unit.
LINAGLIPTIN.
LINCOMYCIN.
LINDANE for human therapeutic use except when included in Schedule 2.
LINEZOLID.
LIOTHYRONINE.
LIRAGLUTIDE.
LISINOPRIL.
LISURIDE.
LITHIUM for therapeutic use except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2;
b)      when present as an excipient in preparations for dermal use containing 0.25 per cent or less of lithium; or
c)      in preparations containing 0.01 per cent or less of lithium.
LIXISENATIDE.
LODOXAMIDE except when included in Schedule 2.
LOFEXIDINE.
LOGIPARIN for internal use.
LOMEFLOXACIN.
LOMUSTINE.
LOPERAMIDE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in divided oral preparations containing 2 mg or less of loperamide per dosage unit, in a primary pack containing 8 dosage units or less.
LOPINAVIR.
# LOPRAZOLAM.
LORACARBEF.
LORATADINE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in divided preparations for oral use for the treatment of seasonal allergic rhinitis in adults and children 12 years of age and over when:
i)        in a primary pack containing 5 dosage units or less; and
ii)      labelled with a recommended daily dose not exceeding 10 mg of loratadine.
# LORAZEPAM.
# LORMETAZEPAM.
LOSARTAN.
LOTEPREDNOL.
LOXAPINE.
LUMEFANTRINE.
LUMIRACOXIB.
LURASIDONE.
# LUTEINISING HORMONE except in ovulation test kits.
LYMECYCLINE.
MACITENTAN for human use.
MAFENIDE except when included in Schedule 6.
MANDRAGORA OFFICINARUM.
MANNOMUSTINE.
MAPROTILINE.
MARAVIROC.
MARBOFLOXACIN.
MAROPITANT.
MAVACOXIB.
MAZINDOL.
MEASLES VACCINE.
MEBANAZINE.
MEBEVERINE.
MEBHYDROLIN.
# MEBOLAZINE.
MEBUTAMATE.
MECAMYLAMINE.
MECASERMIN.
MECILLINAM.
MECLOCYCLINE.
MECLOFENAMATE.
MECLOFENOXATE.
MECLOZINE except when included in Schedule 2.
# MEDAZEPAM.
MEDETOMIDINE.
MEDIGOXIN (methyldigoxin).
MEDROXYPROGESTERONE.
MEDRYSONE.
MEFENAMIC ACID except when included in Schedule 2.
MEFENOREX.
MEFLOQUINE.
MEFRUSIDE.
MEGESTROL.
MELAGATRAN.
MELATONIN for human use.
MELENGESTROL except when included in Schedule 6.
MELOXICAM.
MELPHALAN.
MEMANTINE.
MENINGOCOCCAL VACCINE.
MENOTROPHIN.
MEPACRINE.
MEPENZOLATE.
MEPHENESIN.
MEPHENTERMINE.
MEPINDOLOL.
# MEPITIOSTANE.
MEPIVACAINE.
MEPROBAMATE.
MEPTAZINOL.
MEPYRAMINE except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
MEQUITAZINE.
MERCAPTOMERIN.
MERCAPTOPURINE.
MERCUROCHROME except when included in Schedule 2 or 6.
MERCURY for cosmetic or therapeutic use except:
a)      when separately specified in these Schedules; or
b)      in a sealed device which prevents access to the mercury.
MEROPENEM.
MERSALYL.
# MESABOLONE.
MESALAZINE.
MESNA.
# MESTANOLONE (androstalone).
# MESTEROLONE.
MESTRANOL.
# METANDIENONE.
METARAMINOL.
# METENOLONE.
METERGOLINE.
METFORMIN.
METHACHOLINE.
METHACYCLINE.
METHALLENOESTRIL.
# METHANDRIOL.
METHANTHELINIUM.
METHAZOLAMIDE.
METHDILAZINE except when included in Schedule 3.
# METHENOLONE.
METHICILLIN.
METHIMAZOLE.
METHISAZONE.
METHIXENE.
METHOCARBAMOL.
METHOHEXITONE.
METHOIN.
METHOTREXATE.
METHOXAMINE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in preparations for external use containing 1 per cent or less of methoxamine.
METHOXSALEN.
METHOXYFLURANE.
METHSUXIMIDE.
METHYCLOTHIAZIDE.
METHYL AMINOLEVULINATE.
#METHYLANDROSTANOLONE.
# METHYLCLOSTEBOL.
METHYLDOPA.
METHYLENE BLUE in preparations for injection.
METHYLERGOMETRINE.
METHYL MERCURY for therapeutic use.
METHYLNALTREXONE.
METHYLPENTYNOL.
METHYLPHENOBARBITONE.
METHYLPREDNISOLONE.
METHYL SALICYLATE in preparations for internal therapeutic use.
# METHYLTESTOSTERONE.
METHYLTHIOURACIL.
# METHYLTRIENOLONE.
METHYPRYLONE.
METHYSERGIDE.
METOCLOPRAMIDE except when included in Schedule 3.
METOLAZONE.
METOPROLOL.
# METRIBOLONE.
METRIFONATE (trichlorfon) for human therapeutic use.
METRONIDAZOLE.
METYRAPONE.
MEXILETINE.
MEZLOCILLIN.
MIANSERIN.
MIBEFRADIL.
# MIBOLERONE.
MICAFUNGIN.
MICONAZOLE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2, 3 or 6; or
b)      in preparations for dermal use for the treatment of tinea pedis.
# MIDAZOLAM.
MIDODRINE.
MIFEPRISTONE.
MIGLITOL.
MIGLUSTAT.
MILBEMYCIN OXIME except when included in Schedule 5.
MILRINONE.
MINOCYCLINE.
MINOXIDIL except when included in Schedule 2.
MIRABEGRON.
MIRTAZAPINE.
MISOPROSTOL.
MITOBRONITOL.
MITOMYCIN.
MITOTANE.
MITOXANTRONE.
MITRATAPIDE.
MIVACURIUM CHLORIDE.
MOCLOBEMIDE.
MODAFINIL.
MOLGRAMOSTIM.
MOLINDONE.
MOMETASONE except when included in Schedule 2.
MONENSIN except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5 or 6; or
b)      in animal feeds containing 360 mg/kg or less of antibiotic substances.
MONOBENZONE and alkyl ethers of hydroquinone for human therapeutic use or cosmetic use except in cosmetic nail preparations containing 0.02 per cent or less of monobenzone or alkyl thers of hydroquinone.
MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES for therapeutic use except:
a)      in diagnostic test kits; or
b)      when separately specified in these Schedules.
MONTELUKAST.
MOPERONE.
MORAZONE.
MORICIZINE.
MOTRAZEPAM.
MOTRETINIDE.
MOXIDECTIN in preparations for injection containing 10 per cent or less of moxidectin except when included in Schedule 5.
MOXIFLOXACIN.
MOXONIDINE.
MUMPS VACCINE.
MUPIROCIN.
MURAGLITAZAR.
MUROMONAB.
MUSTINE (nitrogen mustard).
MYCOPHENOLIC ACID (includes mycophenolate mofetil).
NABUMETONE.
NADOLOL.
NADROPARIN.
NAFARELIN.
NAFTIDROFURYL.
NALBUPHINE.
NALIDIXIC ACID.
NALMEFENE.
NALORPHINE.
NALOXONE.
NALTREXONE.
# NANDROLONE.
NAPROXEN except when included in Schedule 3 or in Schedule 2.
NARASIN except:
a)      when included in Schedule 6; or
b)      in animal feeds containing 100 mg/kg or less of antibiotic substances.
NARATRIPTAN.
NATALIZUMAB.
NATAMYCIN except for use as a food additive.
NATEGLINIDE.
NEBACUMAB.
NEBIVOLOL.
NEDOCROMIL.
NEFAZODONE.
NEFOPAM.
NELFINAVIR (includes nelfinavir mesylate).
NEOMYCIN.
NEOSTIGMINE.
NEPAFENAC.
NERIUM OLEANDER.
NESIRITIDE.
NETILMICIN.
NEVIRAPINE.
NIALAMIDE.
NICARDIPINE.
NICERGOLINE.
NICOFURANOSE.
NICORANDIL.
NICOTINE in preparations for human therapeutic use except for use as an aid in withdrawal from tobacco smoking in preparations for oromucosal or transdermal use.
NICOTINIC ACID for human therapeutic use except:
a)      when separately specified in these Schedules;
b)      in preparations containing 100 mg or less of nicotinic acid per dosage unit; or
c)      nicotinamide.
NICOUMALONE.
NIFEDIPINE.
NIFENAZONE.
NIKETHAMIDE.
NILOTINIB.
NILUTAMIDE.
NIMESULIDE.
NIMODIPINE.
NIMORAZOLE.
NIRIDAZOLE.
NISOLDIPINE.
NITISINONE.
# NITRAZEPAM.
NITRENDIPINE.
NITRIC OXIDE for human therapeutic use.
NITROFURANTOIN.
NITROFURAZONE.
NITROUS OXIDE for therapeutic use.
NITROXOLINE.
NIZATIDINE except when included in Schedule 2.
NOMEGESTROL.
NOMIFENSINE.
NORADRENALINE.
# 19-NORANDROSTENEDIOL.
# 19-NORANDROSTENEDIONE.
# NORANDROSTENOLONE.
# NORBOLETHONE.
# NORCLOSTEBOL.
NORELGESTROMIN.
# NORETHANDROLONE.
NORETHISTERONE.
NORFLOXACIN.
NORGESTREL.
NORIBOGAINE.
NORMAL HUMAN IMMUNOGLOBULIN.
# NORMETHANDRONE.
NORTRIPTYLINE.
NOVOBIOCIN.
NOXIPTYLINE.
NYSTATIN except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
OCLACITINIB.
OCRIPLASMIN.
OCTAMYLAMINE.
OCTATROPINE.
OCTREOTIDE.
OCTYL NITRITE.
OESTRADIOL except when included in Schedule 5.
OESTRIOL.
OESTROGENS except when separately specified in these Schedules.
OESTRONE.
OFATUMUMAB.
OFLOXACIN.
OLANZAPINE.
OLEANDOMYCIN except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in animal feeds for growth promotion containing 50 mg/kg or less of antibiotic substances.
OLEANDRIN.
OLMESARTAN.
OLODATEROL.
OLOPATADINE.
OLSALAZINE.
OMALIZUMAB.
OMBITASVIR.
OMEGA-3-ACID ETHYL ESTERS (excluding salts and derivatives) for human therapeutic use, for the treatment of post-myocardial infarction and/or hypertriglyceridaemia.
OMEPRAZOLE except when included in Schedule 3.
ONDANSETRON.
OPIPRAMOL.
ORBIFLOXACIN.
ORCIPRENALINE.
ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS with anticholinesterase activity for human therapeutic use except:
a)      when separately specified in these Schedules; or
b)      in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of malathion for external use.
ORLISTAT except when included in Schedule 3.
ORNIDAZOLE.
ORNIPRESSIN.
ORPHENADRINE.
ORTHOPTERIN.
OSELTAMIVIR.
OUABAIN.
# OVANDROTONE.
# OXABOLONE.
OXACILLIN.
OXALIPLATIN.
# OXANDROLONE.
OXAPROZIN.
# OXAZEPAM.
OXCARBAZEPINE.
OXEDRINE for human internal use except in preparations labelled with a recommended daily dose of 30 mg or less of oxedrine.
OXETACAINE (oxethazaine) except when included in Schedule 2.
OXICONAZOLE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2 or 3; or
b)      in preparations for the treatment of tinea pedis.
OXITROPIUM.
OXOLAMINE.
OXOLINIC ACID.
OXPENTIFYLLINE (pentoxifylline).
OXPRENOLOL.
OXYBUPROCAINE.
OXYBUTYNIN.
# OXYMESTERONE.
# OXYMETHOLONE.
OXYPHENBUTAZONE.
OXYPHENCYCLIMINE.
OXYPHENONIUM.
OXYTETRACYCLINE except when included in Schedule 5.
OXYTOCIN.
PACLITAXEL.
PALIFERMIN.
PALIPERIDONE.
PALIVIZUMAB.
PALONOSETRON.
PAMAQUIN.
PAMIDRONIC ACID (includes disodium pamidronate).
PANCREATIC ENZYMES except:
a)      in preparations containing 20,000 BP units or less of lipase activity per dosage unit; or
b)      when separately specified in these Schedules.
PANCURONIUM.
PANITUMUMAB.
PANTOPRAZOLE except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
PAPAVERINE in preparations for injection.
PARACETAMOL:
a)      when combined with aspirin or salicylamide or any derivative of these substances except when separately specified in these Schedules;
b)      when combined with ibuprofen in a primary pack containing more than 30 dosage units;
c)      in slow release tablets or capsules containing more than 665 mg of paracetamol;
d)      in non-slow release tablets or capsules containing more than 500 mg of paracetamol;
e)      in individually wrapped powders or sachets of granules each containing more than 1000 mg of paracetamol; or
f)       for injection.
PARALDEHYDE.
PARAMETHADIONE.
PARAMETHASONE.
PARECOXIB.
PARICALCITOL.
PARRITAPREVIR.
PAROMOMYCIN.
PAROXETINE.
PASIREOTIDE.
PAZOPANIB.
PECAZINE.
PEFLOXACIN.
PEGAPTANIB.
PEGFILGRASTIM.
PEGINTERFERON.
PEGVISOMANT.
PEMBROLIZUMAB.
PEMETREXED.
PEMOLINE.
PEMPIDINE.
PENBUTOLOL.
PENCICLOVIR except when included in Schedule 2.
PENETHAMATE.
PENICILLAMINE.
PENTAERYTHRITYL TETRANITRATE.
PENTAGASTRIN.
PENTAMETHONIUM.
PENTAMIDINE (includes pentamidine isethionate).
PENTHIENATE.
PENTOBARBITONE when packed and labelled for injection.
PENTOLINIUM.
PENTOSAN POLYSULFATE SODIUM.
# PERAMPANEL.
PERGOLIDE.
PERHEXILINE.
PERICYAZINE.
PERINDOPRIL.
PERMETHRIN for human therapeutic use except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of permethrin.
PERPHENAZINE.
PERTUSSIS ANTIGEN.
PERTUZUMAB.
PHENACEMIDE.
PHENACETIN for therapeutic use (excluding when present as an excipient).
PHENAGLYCODOL.
PHENAZONE except when included in Schedule 2 or 5.
PHENAZOPYRIDINE.
PHENELZINE.
PHENETICILLIN.
PHENFORMIN.
PHENGLUTARIMIDE.
PHENINDIONE.
PHENIRAMINE except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
PHENISATIN.
PHENOBARBITONE.
PHENOL in preparations for injection.
PHENOLPHTHALEIN for human therapeutic use.
PHENOXYBENZAMINE.
PHENOXYMETHYLPENICILLIN.
PHENSUXIMIDE.
# PHENTERMINE.
PHENTHIMENTONIUM.
PHENTOLAMINE.
PHENYLBUTAZONE.
PHENYLEPHRINE:
a)      in preparations for injection; or
b)      in preparations for human ophthalmic use containing 5 per cent or more of phenylephrine.
PHENYLPROPANOLAMINE.
PHENYLTOLOXAMINE.
PHENYTOIN.
PHOLCODINE:
a)      in divided preparations containing 100 mg or less of pholcodine per dosage unit; or
b)      in undivided preparations containing 2.5 per cent or less of pholcodine,
c)      except when included in Schedule 2.
PHOSPHODIESTERASE TYPE 5 INHIBITORS except:
            (a)        when separately specified in these Schedules; or
            (b)        when present as an unmodified, naturally occurring substance.
PHTHALYLSULFATHIAZOLE.
PHYSOSTIGMINE.
PICROTOXIN.
PILOCARPINE except in preparations containing 0.025 per cent or less of pilocarpine.
PIMECROLIMUS.
PIMOBENDAN.
PIMOZIDE.
PINACIDIL.
PINDOLOL.
PIOGLITAZONE.
PIPECURONIUM.
PIPEMIDIC ACID.
PIPENZOLATE.
PIPER METHYSTICUM (kava) in preparations for human use except when included on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods in preparations:
a)      for oral use when present in tablet, capsule or teabag form that is labelled with a recommended maximum daily dose of 250 mg or less of kavalactones and:
i)        the tablet or capsule form contains 125 mg or less of kavalactones per tablet or capsule; or
ii)      the amount of dried whole or peeled rhizome in the teabag does not exceed 3 g;
and, where containing more than 25 mg of kavalactones per dose, compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in topical preparations for use on the rectum, vagina or throat containing dried whole or peeled rhizome or containing aqueous dispersions or aqueous extracts of whole or peeled rhizome; or
c)               in dermal preparations.
PIPERACILLIN.
PIPERIDINE.
PIPERIDOLATE.
PIPOBROMAN.
PIPOTHIAZINE.
PIPRADROL.
PIRACETAM.
PIRBUTEROL.
PIRENOXINE (catalin).
PIRENZEPINE.
PIRETANIDE.
PIROXICAM except in preparations for dermal use.
PIRPROFEN.
PITAVASTATIN.
PITUITARY HORMONES except when separately specified in these Schedules.
PIVAMPICILLIN.
PIZOTIFEN.
PLICAMYCIN.
PLERIXAFOR.
PNEUMOCOCCAL VACCINE.
PODOPHYLLOTOXIN for human use:
a)      internally;
b)      in preparations for the treatment of anogenital warts; or
c)      in other preparations except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
PODOPHYLLUM EMODI (podophyllin) for human use:
a)      internally;
b)      in preparations for the treatment of anogenital warts; or
c)      in other preparations except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
PODOPHYLLUM PELTATUM (podophyllin) for human use:
a)      internally;
b)      in preparations for the treatment of anogenital warts; or
c)      in other preparations except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
POLIDEXIDE.
POLIOMYELITIS VACCINE.
POLYACRYLAMIDE in preparations for injection or implantation:
a)      for tissue augmentation; or
b)      for cosmetic use.
POLYCAPROLACTONE in preparations for injection or implantation:
a)      for tissue augmentation; or
b)      for cosmetic use.
POLYESTRADIOL.
POLYLACTIC ACID in preparations for injection or implantation:
a)      for tissue augmentation; or
b)      for cosmetic use.
POLYMYXIN.
POLYSULFATED GLYCOSAMINOGLYCANS in preparations for injection, except when separately specified in these Schedules.
POLYTHIAZIDE.
POMALIDOMIDE.
PORACTANT.
POSACONAZOLE.
POTASSIUM BROMIDE for therapeutic use.
POTASSIUM CHLORIDE in oral preparations for human therapeutic use except:
a)      when containing less than 550 mg of potassium chloride per dosage unit;
b)      in preparations for oral rehydration therapy;
c)      in preparations for oral use for bowel cleansing prior to diagnostic medical and surgical procedures; or
d)      in preparations for enteral feeding.
POTASSIUM PERCHLORATE for therapeutic use.
PRACTOLOL.
PRADOFLOXACIN.
PRALATREXATE.
PRALIDOXIME.
PRAMIPEXOLE.
PRAMOCAINE.
# PRALMORELIN ((GROWTH HORMONE RELEASING PEPTIDE-2) (GHRP-2).
PRAMPINE.
# PRASTERONE (dehydroepiandrosterone, dehydroisoandrosterone).
PRASUGREL.
PRAVASTATIN.
# PRAZEPAM.
PRAZIQUANTEL for human therapeutic use.
PRAZOSIN.
PREDNISOLONE.
PREDNISONE.
PREGABALIN.
PREGNENOLONE.
PRENALTEROL.
PRENYLAMINE.
PRILOCAINE except when included in Schedule 2.
PRIMAQUINE.
PRIMIDONE.
PROBENECID.
PROBUCOL.
PROCAINAMIDE.
PROCAINE.
PROCAINE PENICILLIN.
PROCARBAZINE.
PROCHLORPERAZINE except when included in Schedule 3.
PROCYCLIDINE except when included in Schedule 2.
PROGESTERONE except when included in Schedule 5.
PROGESTOGENS except when separately specified in these Schedules.
PROGLUMIDE.
PROGUANIL.
PROLINTANE.
PROMAZINE.
PROMETHAZINE except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
PROMOXOLANE.
PROPAFENONE.
PROPAMIDINE for therapeutic use except when included in Schedule 2.
PROPANIDID.
PROPANTHELINE.
PROPENTOFYLLINE.
# PROPETANDROL.
PROPIONIBACTERIUM ACNES for therapeutic use.
PROPOFOL.
PROPRANOLOL.
PROPYLHEXEDRINE.
PROPYLTHIOURACIL.
PROPYPHENAZONE.
PROQUAZONE.
PROSCILLARIDIN.
PROSTAGLANDINS except when separately specified in this Schedule.
PROSTIANOL.
PROTAMINE.
PROTHIONAMIDE.
PROTHIPENDYL.
PROTIRELIN.
PROTOVERATRINES.
PROTRIPTYLINE.
PROXYMETACAINE.
PRUCALOPRIDE.
PSEUDOEPHEDRINE except when included in Schedule 3.
PYRAZINAMIDE.
PYRIDINOLCARBAMATE.
PYRIDOSTIGMINE.
PYRIDOXINE, PYRIDOXAL OR PYRIDOXAMINE for human therapeutic use except:
a)      in oral preparations containing 200 mg or less but more than 50 mg of pyridoxine, pyridoxal or pyridoxamine per recommended daily dose when compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels; or
b)      in oral preparations containing 50 mg or less of pyridoxine, pyridoxal or pyridoxamine per recommended daily dose.
PYRIMETHAMINE.
PYROVALERONE.
PYRVINIUM.
# QUAZEPAM.
QUETIAPINE.
QUINAGOLIDE.
QUINAPRIL.
# QUINBOLONE.
QUINETHAZONE.
QUINIDINE.
QUININE for human therapeutic use except when the maximum recommended daily dose is 50 mg or less of quinine.
QUINISOCAINE (dimethisoquin).
QUINUPRISTIN.
RABEPRAZOLE except when included in Schedule 3.
RABIES VACCINE.
RACTOPAMINE except when included in Schedule 5.
RALOXIFENE.
RALTEGRAVIR.
RALTITREXED.
RAMIPRIL.
RANIBIZUMAB.
RANITIDINE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2;  or
b)      in divided preparations for oral use containing 150mg or less of ranitidine per dosage unit when supplied in the manufacturer’s original pack containing not more than 14 dosage units.
RAPACURONIUM.
RASAGILINE.
RASBURICASE.
RAUWOLFIA SERPENTINA.
RAUWOLFIA VOMITORIA.
RAZOXANE.
REBOXETINE.
RED YEAST RICE for human therapeutic use.
REGORAFENIB.
REMOXIPRIDE.
REPAGLINIDE.
RESERPINE.
RETAPAMULIN.
RETEPLASE.
RETIGABINE.
RIBAVIRIN.
RIDAFOROLIMUS.
RIFABUTIN.
RIFAMPICIN.
RIFAMYCIN.
RIFAPENTINE.
RIFAXIMIN.
RILPIVIRINE.
RILUZOLE.
RIMEXOLONE.
RIMITEROL.
RIMONABANT.
RIOCIGUAT.
RISEDRONIC ACID.
RISPERIDONE.
RITODRINE.
RITONAVIR.
RITUXIMAB.
RIVAROXABAN.
RIVASTIGMINE.
RIZATRIPTAN.
ROBENACOXIB.
ROCURONIUM.
ROFECOXIB.
ROFLUMILAST.
ROLITETRACYCLINE.
ROMIDEPSIN.
ROMIFIDINE.
ROMIPLOSTIM.
RONIDAZOLE.
ROPINIROLE.
ROPIVACAINE.
ROSIGLITAZONE.
ROSOXACIN.
ROSUVASTATIN.
ROTIGOTINE.
# ROXIBOLONE.
ROXITHROMYCIN.
RUBELLA VACCINE.
RUBOXISTAURIN.
RUPATADINE.
RUXOLITINIB.
SALBUTAMOL except when included in Schedule 3.
SALCATONIN.
SALICYLAMIDE when combined with aspirin, caffeine or paracetamol or any derivative of these substances.
SALINOMYCIN except:
a)      when included in Schedule 6;  or
b)      in animal feeds containing 60 mg/kg or less of antibiotic substances.
SALMETEROL.
SAPROPTERIN.
SAQUINAVIR.
SAXAGLIPTIN.
SCHOENOCAULON OFFICINALE (sabadilla) except in preparations containing 10 mg/kg or 10 mg/L or less of total alkaloids of Schoenocaulon officinale.
SCOPOLIA CARNIOLICA for therapeutic use.
# SELECTIVE ANDROGEN RECEPTOR MODULATORS (SARM).
SELEGILINE.
SELENIUM:
a)               for human oral use with a recommended daily dose of more than 300 micrograms; or
b)               for the treatment of animals except:
i)        when included in Schedule 6 or 7;
ii)      in solid, slow release bolus preparations each weighing 100 g or more and containing 300 mg or less of selenium per dosage unit;
iii)    in other divided preparations containing 30 micrograms or less of selenium per dosage unit;
iv)    as elemental selenium, in pellets containing 100 g/kg or less of selenium; or
v)      in feeds containing 1 g/tonne or less of selenium.
SERELAXIN.
SERMORELIN.
SERTINDOLE.
SERTRALINE.
SEVELAMER.
SEVOFLURANE.
SEX HORMONES and all substances having sex hormonal activity except when separately specified in these Schedules.
SIBUTRAMINE.
# SILANDRONE.
SILDENAFIL.
SILICONES for intra-ocular use. 
SILVER SULFADIAZINE.
SIMEPREVIR.
SIMVASTATIN.
SIROLIMUS.
SISOMICIN (sisomycin).
SITAGLIPTIN.
# SITAXENTAN.
SODIUM BROMIDE for therapeutic use.
SODIUM CELLULOSE PHOSPHATE for human internal use.
SODIUM CROMOGLYCATE except when included in Schedule 2.
SODIUM MORRHUATE in preparations for injection.
SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE for human therapeutic use.
SODIUM PHOSPHATE in preparations for oral laxative use.
SODIUM POLYSTYRENE SULPHONATE for human therapeutic use.
SODIUM SALICYLATE in preparations for injection for the treatment of animals.
SODIUM TETRADECYLSULFATE in preparations for injection.
SOFOSBUVIR.
SOLASODINE.
SOLIFENACIN.
SOMATOSTATIN.
SOMATOTROPIN EQUINE.
# SOMATROPIN (human growth hormone).
SONTOQUINE.
SORAFENIB.
SOTALOL.
SPARFLOXACIN.
SPARTEINE.
SPECTINOMYCIN.
SPIRAMYCIN.
SPIRAPRIL.
SPIRONOLACTONE.
# STANOLONE.
# STANOZOLOL.
STAVUDINE.
# STENBOLONE.
STEROID HORMONES except when separately specified in these Schedules.
STILBOESTROL (diethylstilboestrol).
STREPTODORNASE.
STREPTOKINASE.
STREPTOMYCIN.
STRONTIUM RANELATE.
STROPHANTHINS.
STROPHANTHUS spp.
STRYCHNINE in preparations containing 1.5 per cent or less of strychnine for the treatment of animals.
STRYCHNOS spp. except in preparations containing 1 mg or less per litre or per kilogram of strychnine.
STYRAMATE.
SUCCIMER.
SUGAMMADEX.
SULBACTAM.
SULCONAZOLE except when included in Schedule 2.
SULFACETAMIDE except when included in Schedule 3 or 5.
SULFADIAZINE except when included in Schedule 5.
SULFADIMETHOXINE.
SULFADIMIDINE except when included in Schedule 5.
SULFADOXINE.
SULFAFURAZOLE.
SULFAGUANIDINE.
SULFAMERAZINE except when included in Schedule 5.
SULFAMETHIZOLE.
SULFAMETHOXAZOLE.
SULFAMETHOXYDIAZINE.
SULFAMETHOXYPYRIDAZINE.
SULFAMETROLE.
SULFAMONOMETHOXINE.
SULFAMOXOLE.
SULFAPHENAZOLE.
SULFAPYRIDINE.
SULFAQUINOXALINE.
SULFASALAZINE.
SULFATHIAZOLE except when included in Schedule 5.
SULFATROXAZOLE.
SULFINPYRAZONE.
SULFOMYXIN.
SULFONAMIDES except:
a)      when separately specified in this Schedule;
b)      when included in Schedule 3, 5 or 6; or
c)      when packed and labelled solely for use as a herbicide.     
SULFONMETHANE (sulfonal and alkyl sulfonals).
SULINDAC.
SULTAMICILLIN.
SULTHIAME.
SUMATRIPTAN.
SUNITINIB.
SUPROFEN.
SUTILAINS.
SUXAMETHONIUM.
SUXETHONIUM.
SUVOREXANT.
TACRINE.
TACROLIMUS.
TADALAFIL.
TAFLUPROST.
TALIGLUCERASE ALFA.
TAMOXIFEN.
TAMSULOSIN.
TANACETUM VULGARE except in preparations containing 0.8 per cent or less of oil of tansy.
TASONERMIN.
TAZAROTENE.
TAZOBACTAM.
T-CELL RECEPTOR ANTIBODY.
TEGAFUR.
TEGASEROD.
TELAPREVIR.
TELITHROMYCIN.
TEICOPLANIN.
TELBIVUDINE.
TELMISARTAN.
# TEMAZEPAM.
TEMOZOLOMIDE.
TEMSIROLIMUS.
TENECTEPLASE.
TENIPOSIDE.
TENOFOVIR.
TENOXICAM.
TEPOXALIN.
TERAZOSIN.
TERBINAFINE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in preparations for dermal use for the treatment of tinea pedis.
TERBUTALINE except when included in Schedule 3.
TERFENADINE.
TERIFLUNOMIDE.
# TERIPARATIDE.
TERLIPRESSIN.
TERODILINE.
TEROPTERIN.
# TESTOLACTONE.
# TESTOSTERONE except when included in Schedule 6.
TETANUS ANTITOXIN except when used for short-term protection or treatment of tetanus in animals.
TETANUS TOXOID for human use.
TETRABENAZINE.
TETRACOSACTRIN.
TETRACYCLINE except when included in Schedule 5.
TETRAETHYLAMMONIUM.
TETROXOPRIM.
# THALIDOMIDE.
THENYLDIAMINE.
THEOPHYLLINE except when included in Schedule 3.
THEVETIA PERUVIANA.
THEVETIN.
THIACETARSAMIDE in preparations for the prevention or treatment of heartworm in dogs.
THIAMBUTOSINE.
THIAZOSULFONE.
THIETHYLPERAZINE.
THIOACETAZONE.
THIOCARLIDE.
THIOGUANINE.
# THIOMESTERONE (tiomesterone).
THIOPENTONE.
THIOPROPAZATE.
THIOPROPERAZINE.
THIORIDAZINE.
THIOSTREPTON.
THIOTEPA.
THIOTHIXENE.
THIOURACIL.
THIOUREA for therapeutic use except in preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of thiourea.
THYMOXAMINE (includes thymoxamine hydrochloride).
THYROID except when separately specified in this Schedule.
THYROTROPHIN.
THYROXINE (includes thyroxine sodium).
TIAGABINE.
TIAMULIN.
TIAPROFENIC ACID.
TIARAMIDE.
TIBOLONE.
TICAGRELOR.
TICARCILLIN.
TICLOPIDINE.
TIEMONIUM.
TIENILIC ACID.
TIGECYCLINE.
TIGLOIDINE.
TILDIPIROSIN.
TILETAMINE.
TILMICOSIN.
TILUDRONIC ACID (includes disodium tiludronate).
TIMOLOL.
TINIDAZOLE.
TINZAPARIN (includes tinzaparin sodium).
TIOCONAZOLE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2 or 3; or
b)      in preparations for dermal use for the treatment of tinea pedis.
TIOTROPIUM.
TIPEPIDINE.
TIPRANAVIR.
TIRILAZAD.
TIROFIBAN.
TOBRAMYCIN.
TOCAINIDE.
TOCERANIB.
TOCILIZUMAB.
TOLAZAMIDE.
TOLAZOLINE.
TOLBUTAMIDE.
TOLCAPONE.
TOLFENAMIC ACID.
TOLMETIN.
TOLONIUM.
TOLPROPAMINE.
TOLRESTAT.
TOLTERODINE.
TOLVAPTAN.
TOPIRAMATE.
TOPOTECAN.
TORASEMIDE.
TOREMIFENE.
TOXOIDS for human parenteral use except when separately specified in these Schedules.
TRAMADOL.
TRANDOLAPRIL.
TRAMETINIB DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE.
TRANEXAMIC ACID except in preparations containing 3 per cent or less of cetyl tranexamate hydrochloride for dermal cosmetic use. 
TRANYLCYPROMINE.
TRASTUZUMAB.
TRASTUZUMAB EMTANSINE.
TRAVOPROST.
TRAZODONE.
# TRENBOLONE (trienbolone, trienolone) except when included in Schedule 5.
TREOSULPHAN.
TREPROSTINIL.
# TRESTOLONE.
TRETAMINE.
# TRETINOIN.
TRIACETYLOLEANDOMYCIN.
TRIAMCINOLONE except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
TRIAMTERENE.
TRIAZIQUONE.
# TRIAZOLAM.
TRICHLORMETHIAZIDE.
TRICHLOROACETIC ACID for human dermal use except when in preparations containing 12.5 per cent or less of trichloroacetic acid for the treatment of warts other than anogenital warts.
TRICHLOROETHYLENE for therapeutic use.
TRICLOFOS.
TRICYCLAMOL.
TRIDIHEXETHYL.
TRIETHANOLAMINE when in preparations for tattoo removal.
TRIFLUOPERAZINE.
TRIFLUPERIDOL.
TRIFLUPROMAZINE.
TRILOSTANE.
TRIMEPRAZINE except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
TRIMETAPHAN.
TRIMETHOPRIM.
TRIMIPRAMINE.
TRIMUSTINE.
TRINITROPHENOL (excluding its derivatives) in preparations for human therapeutic use.
TRIOXYSALEN.
TRIPELENNAMINE.
TRIPLE ANTIGEN VACCINE.
TRIPROLIDINE except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
TRIPTORELIN.
TROGLITAZONE.
TROMETAMOL in preparations for injection except in preparations containing 3 per cent or less of trometamol.
TROPICAMIDE.
TROPISETRON.
TROVAFLOXACIN.
TROXIDONE.
TRYPTOPHAN for human therapeutic use except in preparations labelled with a recommended daily dose of 100 mg or less of tryptophan.
TUBERCULIN.
TUBOCURARINE.
TULATHROMYCIN.
TULOBUTEROL.
TYLOSIN.
TYPHOID VACCINE.
ULIPRISTAL.
UMECLIDINIUM.
UNOPROSTONE.
URACIL.
URAPIDIL.
URETHANE (excluding its derivatives) for therapeutic use.
# UROFOLLITROPIN.
UROKINASE.
URSODEOXYCHOLIC ACID.
USTEKINUMAB.
VACCINES for human therapeutic use except when separately specified in this Schedule.
VACCINES, veterinary live virus except:
a)      poultry vaccines;
b)      pigeon pox vaccine; or
c)      scabby mouth vaccine.
VACCINIA VIRUS VACCINE.
VALACICLOVIR.
VALDECOXIB.
VALGANCICLOVIR.
VALNOCTAMIDE.
VALPROIC ACID.
VALSARTAN.
VANCOMYCIN.
VANDETANIB.
VARDENAFIL.
VARENICLINE.
VARICELLA VACCINE.
VASOPRESSIN.
VECURONIUM.
VEDAPROFEN.
VEDOLIZUMAB.
VELAGLUCERASE ALFA.
VEMURAFENIB.
VENLAFAXINE.
VERAPAMIL.
VERATRUM spp. except when separately specified in this Schedule.
VERNAKALANT.
VERTEPORFIN.
VIDARABINE.
VIGABATRIN.
VILANTEROL.
VILDAGLIPTIN.
VILOXAZINE.
VINBLASTINE.
VINCAMINE.
VINCRISTINE.
VINDESINE.
VINFLUNINE.
VINORELBINE.
VINYL ETHER for therapeutic use.
VIRGINIAMYCIN except when included in Schedule 5.
VISMODEGIB.
VISNADINE.
VITAMIN A for human therapeutic or cosmetic use except:
a)      in preparations for topical use containing 1 per cent or less of Vitamin A;
b)      in preparations for internal use containing 3000 micrograms retinol equivalents or less of Vitamin A  per daily dose; or
c)      in preparations for parenteral nutrition replacement.
VITAMIN D for human internal therapeutic use except:
a)      in preparations containing 25 micrograms or less of vitamin D per recommended daily dose ; or
b)      when included in Schedule 3.
VORICONAZOLE.
VORINOSTAT.
VORTIOXETINE.
WARFARIN for therapeutic use.
XAMOTEROL.
XANTHINOL NICOTINATE.
XIMELAGATRAN.
XIPAMIDE.
XYLAZINE.
YOHIMBINE.
ZAFIRLUKAST.
ZALCITABINE.
ZALEPLON.
ZANAMIVIR.
ZERANOL except when included in Schedule 6.
ZIDOVUDINE.
ZILPATEROL.
ZIMELDINE.
ZINC COMPOUNDS for human internal use except:
a)      in preparations with a recommended daily dose of 25 mg or less of zinc; or
b)      in preparations with a recommended daily dose of more than 25 mg but not more than 50 mg of zinc when compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels.
ZIPRASIDONE.
ZOLAZEPAM.
ZOLEDRONIC ACID.
ZOLMITRIPTAN.
ZOLPIDEM.
ZONISAMIDE.
ZOPICLONE.
ZOXAZOLAMINE.
ZUCLOPENTHIXOL.
SCHEDULE 5
ABAMECTIN in preparations, for internal use for the treatment of animals, containing 1 per cent or less of abamectin.
ABSCISIC ACID.
ACETIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) in preparations containing more than 30 per cent of acetic acid (CH3COOH) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2 or 6; or
b)      for therapeutic use.
ACETONE except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of designated solvents.
ACRIFLAVINE in preparations for veterinary use containing 2.5 per cent or less of acriflavine.
AFOXOLANER for the treatment and prevention of flea infestations and control of ticks in dogs in oral divided preparations each containing 140 mg or less of afoxolaner per dosage unit.
AKLOMIDE.
ALBENDAZOLE for the treatment of animals, in preparations containing 12.5 per cent or less of albendazole except in intraruminal implants each containing 3.85 g or less of albendazole.
ALKALINE SALTS, being the carbonate, silicate or phosphate salts of sodium or potassium alone or in any combination:
a)      in solid orthodontic device cleaning preparations, the pH of which as an “in-use” aqueous solution is more than 11.5;
b)      in solid automatic dishwashing preparations, the pH of which in a 500 g/L aqueous solution or mixture is more than 11.5 but less than or equal to 12.5;
c)      in other solid preparations, the pH of which in a 10 g/L aqueous solution is more than 11.5; or
d)      in liquid or semi-solid preparations, the pH of which is more than 11.5, unless:
i)        in food additive preparations for domestic use; or
ii)      in automatic dish washing preparations for domestic use with a pH of more than 12.5,
       except when separately specified in these Schedules.
ALKOXYLATED FATTY ALKYLAMINE POLYMER in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of alkoxylated fatty alkylamine polymer except in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of alkoxylated fatty alkylamine polymer.
ALLETHRIN in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of allethrin except:
e)      in insecticidal mats; or
f)       in other preparations containing 1 per cent or less of allethrin.
ALLOXYDIM.
ALPHA-CYPERMETHRIN:
a)      in aqueous preparations containing 3 per cent or less of alpha-cypermethrin; or
b)      in other preparations containing 1.5 per cent or less of alpha-cypermethrin.
AMETRYN.
AMINACRINE in preparations for veterinary use containing 2.5 per cent or less of aminacrine.
AMINES for use as curing agents for epoxy resins except when separately specified in these Schedules.
AMINOPYRALID in water soluble gel formulations containing 0.5 per cent or less of aminopyralid.
AMITROLE.
AMINOCYCLOPYRACHLOR.
AMMONIA (excluding its salts and derivatives other than ammonium hydroxide) in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of ammonia except:
a)      in preparations for human internal therapeutic use;
b)      in preparations for inhalation when absorbed in an inert solid material; or
c)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of free ammonia.
AMMONIUM THIOCYANATE except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of ammonium thiocyanate.
ANHYDRIDES, ORGANIC ACID for use as curing agents for epoxy resins except when separately specified in these Schedules.
ANISE OIL except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 50 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 50 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert, and labelled with the warning:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; or
c)               in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of anise oil.
ASPIRIN for the treatment of animals, in divided preparations when packed in blister or strip packaging or in a container with a child-resistant closure.
ATRAZINE.
AZADIRACHTA INDICA EXTRACTS (neem extracts), extracted from neem seed kernels using water, methanol or ethanol, in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of total limonoids, for agricultural use.
AZOXYSTROBIN.
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS DELTA ENDOTOXIN encapsulated in killed Pseudomonas fluorescens.
BARIUM SILICOFLUORIDE when coated on paper in an amount not exceeding 8 mg of barium silicofluoride per sq. cm.
BASIL OIL except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert, and labelled with the warning:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; or
c)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of methyl chavicol.
BEAUVERIA BASSIANA in preparations containing 1 x 108 Colony Forming Units (CFU)/mL or less of Beauveria bassiana.
BENALAXYL.
BENDIOCARB in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of bendiocarb.
BENTAZONE.
BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of benzalkonium chloride except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of benzalkonium chloride.
BENZOFENAP.
BENZOYL PEROXIDE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2 or 4; or
b)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of benzoyl peroxide.
BERGAMOT OIL except:
a)      when steam distilled or rectified;
b)      in preparations for internal use;
c)      in preparations containing 0.4 per cent or less of bergamot oil;
d)      in soaps or bath or shower gels that are washed off the skin;
e)      in medicines for human therapeutic use when compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels; or
f)       in other preparations when packed in containers labelled with the statement:
                        Application to the skin may increase sensitivity to sunlight.
BETACYFLUTHRIN:
a)      in aqueous preparations containing 2.5 per cent or less of betacyfluthrin; or
b)      in solid preparations containing 8 per cent or less of betacyfluthrin in a plastic matrix.
BIFLUORIDES (including ammonium, potassium and sodium salts), in preparations containing 0.3 per cent or less of total bifluorides.
BIOALLETHRIN in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of bioallethrin except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of bioallethrin.
BIORESMETHRIN except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of bioresmethrin.
BISPYRIBAC except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of bispyribac.
BORIC ACID (excluding its salts) and BORAX except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4;
b)      in preparations, other than insect baits, containing 1 per cent or less of boron; or
c)      in hand cleaning preparations.
BORON TRIFLUORIDE in preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of boron trifluoride (BF3).
BROMUCONAZOLE in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of bromuconazole.
BUPIVACAINE   in aqueous gel preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of bupivacaine, for the dermal spray-on treatment of wounds associated with 'mulesing' of sheep.
BUPROFEZIN except in preparations containing 40 per cent or less of buprofezin.
BUTHIDAZOLE.
BUTOXYCARBOXIM in solid preparations containing 10 per cent or less of butoxycarboxim.
BUTRALIN.
BUTROXYDIM.
CAMPHOR as a natural component in essential oils containing 10 per cent or less of camphor except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, in essential oils when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, in essential oils when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert, and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN;
c)      in rosemary oil, sage oil (Spanish), or lavandin oils; or
d)      in preparations containing 2.5 per cent or less of camphor.
CARBAMIDE PEROXIDE in preparations containing 18 per cent or less of carbamide peroxide except in preparations containing 9 per cent or less of carbamide peroxide.
CARBARYL:
a)      in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of carbaryl except when included in Schedule 4; or
b)      when impregnated into plastic resin material containing 20 per cent or less of carbaryl.
CASSIA OIL except:
a)      in food additives;
b)      in preparations for dermal use as a rubefacient containing 5 per cent or less of cassia oil; or
c)      in other preparations containing 2 per cent or less of cassia oil.
CHLORFENAC.
CHLORFENAPYR. in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of chlorfenapyr.
CHLORFENSON.
CHLORHEXIDINE in preparations containing 3 per cent or less of chlorhexidine except:
a)      in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of chlorhexidine; or
b)               when in solid preparations.
CHLORINATING COMPOUNDS containing 20 per cent or less of available chlorine, except:
a)      when separately specified in these Schedules;
b)      sodium hypochlorite preparations with a pH of less than 11.5;
c)      liquid preparations containing not less than 2 per cent but not more than 4 per cent of available chlorine when labelled with the statements:
                        WARNING – Ensure adequate ventilation when using.  Vapour may be                                 harmful.  May give off dangerous gas if mixed with other products;
d)      liquid preparations containing less than 2 per cent of available chlorine; or
e)      other preparations containing 4 per cent or less of available chlorine.
CHLORNIDINE.
CHLOROCRESOL except in preparations containing 3 per cent or less of chlorocresol.
CHLORPROPHAM.
CHLORPYRIFOS:
a)      in aqueous preparations containing 20 per cent or less of microencapsulated chlorpyrifos;
b)      in controlled release granular preparations containing 10 per cent or less of chlorpyrifos; or
c)      in other preparations containing 5 per cent or less of chlorpyrifos,
       except in prepared potting or soil mixes containing 100 g or less of chlorpyrifos per cubic         metre.
CHLORSULFURON.
CHLORTETRACYCLINE in preparations:
a)      for topical application to animals for ocular use only; or
b)      containing 40 per cent or less of chlortetracycline, when packed and labelled for the treatment of ornamental caged birds or ornamental fish only.
CHLORTHAL-DIMETHYL.
CINMETHYLIN.        
CINNAMON BARK OIL except:
a)      in food additives; or
b)      in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of cinnamon bark oil.
CLETHODIM.
CLIMBAZOLE in preparations containing 40 per cent or less of climbazole except in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of climbazole.
CLOFENTEZINE.
CLOPYRALID.
CLOQUINTOCET-MEXYL.
CLORSULON.
CLOTHIANIDIN in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of clothianidin.
CLOVE OIL for topical use in the mouth in a pack containing 5 mL or less of clove oil except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of clove oil.
COPPER ACETATE in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of copper acetate except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of copper acetate.
COPPER COMPOUNDS in animal feed additives containing 5 per cent or less of copper except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of copper.
COPPER HYDROXIDE in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of copper hydroxide except in preparations containing 12.5 per cent or less of copper hydroxide.
COPPER OXIDES in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of copper oxides except:
a)      in preparations for internal use;
b)      in marine paints; or
c)      in other preparations containing 5 per cent or less of copper oxides.
COPPER OXYCHLORIDE in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of copper oxychloride except in preparations containing 12.5 per cent or less of copper oxychloride.
COPPER SULFATE in preparations containing 15 per cent or less of copper sulfate except:
a)      in preparations for internal use; or
b)      in other preparations containing 5 per cent or less of copper sulfate.
COUMATETRALYL in rodenticides containing 0.05 per cent or less of coumatetralyl.
4-CPA.
CYANATRYN.
CYANOACRYLATE ESTERS in contact adhesives except:
a)               when labelled with the warning:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.  Avoid contact with skin and eyes              and avoid breathing vapour.  Bonds on contact.  Should fingers stick together                   apply a solvent such as acetone to contact areas then wash off with water.  Do                         not use solvents near eyes or open wounds.  In case of eye contact immediately                 flush with water; or
b)      when packed in sealed measure packs each containing 0.5 g or less of cyanoacrylate esters:
i)        labelled with the approved name or trade name of the poison, the quantity and the warning:
ii)      Can cause eye injury.  Instantly bonds skin; and
iii)    enclosed in a primary pack labelled with the warning:
                                    KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.  Avoid contact with skin and                                  eyes and avoid breathing vapour.  Bonds on contact.  Should fingers                                 stick together apply a solvent such as acetone to contact areas then                                   wash off with water.  Do not use solvents near eyes or open wounds.  In                              case of eye contact immediately flush with water.
CYANTRANILIPROLE.
CYANURIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives).
CYAZOFAMID.
CYCLOHEXANONE PEROXIDE.
CYCLOPROTHRIN except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of cycloprothrin.
CYCLOXYDIM.
CYFLUFENAMID.
CYFLUTHRIN:
a)      in wettable powders containing 10 per cent or less of cyfluthrin;
b)      in emulsifiable concentrates containing 2 per cent or less of cyfluthrin; or
c)      in emulsions containing 5 per cent or less of cyfluthrin.
CYHALOFOP-BUTYL.
CYMIAZOLE.
CYPERMETHRIN in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of cypermethrin.
CYPHENOTHRIN in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of cyphenothrin.
CYPROCONAZOLE except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of cyproconazole.
CYPRODINIL.
CYSTEAMINE in cosmetic preparations containing 6 per cent or less of cysteamine except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of cysteamine.
CYTHIOATE for the treatment of animals:
a)      in divided preparations containing 30 mg or less of cythioate per dosage unit when packed in blister or strip packaging or in a container with a child-resistant closure; or
b)      in undivided preparations containing 5 per cent or less of cythioate.
2,4-D in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of 2,4-D.
DAMINOZIDE.
2,4-DB.
DECOQUINATE:
DELTAMETHRIN:
a)      when impregnated in plastic resin strip material containing 4 per cent or less of deltamethrin;
b)      in aqueous preparations containing 5 per cent or less of deltamethrin when no organic solvent other than a glycol is present;
c)      in wettable granular preparations containing 25 per cent or less of deltamethrin when packed in child-resistant packaging each containing 3 grams or less of the formulation;
d)      in water-dispersible tablets each containing 500 mg or less of deltamethrin in child-resistant packaging; or
e)      in other preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of deltamethrin,
except:
a)      in factory prepared mosquito nets containing 1 per cent or less deltamethrin; or
b)      in preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of deltamethrin.
DEMBREXINE in oral preparations for the treatment of animals.
2,4-DES.
DIAFENTHIURON.
N,N-DIALLYLDICHLOROACETAMIDE except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of N,N-diallyldichloroacetamide.
DIAZINON in dust preparations containing 2 per cent or less of diazinon.
DICAMBA (including its salts and derivatives) in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of dicamba.
DICHLONE.
para-DICHLOROBENZENE.
DICHLOROISOCYANURIC ACID containing 40 per cent or less of available chlorine, except in:
a)      liquid preparations containing not less than 2 per cent but not more than 4 per cent of available chlorine when labelled with the statements:
                        WARNING – Ensure adequate ventilation when using.  Vapour may be                                 harmful.  May give off dangerous gas if mixed with other products;
b)      liquid preparations containing less than 2 per cent of available chlorine; or
c)      other preparations containing 4 per cent or less of available chlorine.
DICHLOROMETHANE (methylene chloride) except:
a)      in preparations in pressurised spray packs labelled as degreasers, decarbonisers or paint strippers and containing 10 per cent or less of dichloromethane; 
b)      in other preparations in pressurised spray packs; or
c)      in paints and tinters containing 5 per cent or less of dichloromethane.
DICHLOROPHEN for the treatment of animals.
DICHLORVOS:
a)      when impregnated in plastic resin strip material containing 20 per cent or less of dichlorvos;
b)      in sustained release resin pellets containing 20 per cent or less of dichlorvos for the treatment of animals; or
c)      in pressurised spray packs containing 10 grams or less of dichlorvos.
DICLOBUTRAZOL.
DICLORAN.
DICOFOL.
DIETHANOLAMINE (excluding its salts and derivatives) in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of diethanolamine except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of diethanolamine.
DIETHYLENE GLYCOL (excluding its salts and derivatives) in preparations containing not less than 10 mg/kg of denatonium benzoate as a bittering agent except:
a)      in paints or paint tinters;
b)      in toothpastes or mouthwashes containing more than 0.25 per cent of diethylene glycol; or
c)      in other preparations containing 2.5 per cent or less of diethylene glycol.
DIETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOBUTYL ETHER except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of diethylene glycol monobutyl ether.
DIETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOMETHYL ETHER.
DIETHYLTOLUAMIDE (DEET) except:
a)               in medicines for human therapeutic use containing 20 per cent or less of diethyltoluamide, when compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels; 
b)               in preparations for human use, other than medicines, containing 20 per cent or less of diethyltoluamide, when labelled with the warning statement:
                        WARNING: May be dangerous, particularly to children, if you use large                               amounts on the skin, clothes or bedding or on large areas of the body, especially              if you keep using it for a long time; or
c)               in preparations other than for human use containing 20 per cent or less of diethyltoluamide.
DIFENOCONAZOLE.
DIFLUBENZURON.
DIMETHICODIETHYLBENZALMALONATE except when included in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of dimethicodiethylbenzalmalonate.
DIMETHIRIMOL.
DIMETHOMORPH except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of dimethomorph.
DIMETHYLACETAMIDE in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of dimethylacetamide.
DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of dimethylformamide except in silicone rubber mastic containing 2 per cent or less of dimethylformamide.
3,7-DIMETHYLE-2-6,-OCTADIENAL and its isomers in cosmetic and household cleaning preparations except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of 3,7-DIMETHYLE-2-6,-OCTADIENAL isomers.
DINICONAZOLE.
DI-N-PROPYL ISOCINCHOMERONATE except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of di-N-propyl isocinchomeronate.
DIPHENAMID.
DITHIOPYR.
N-(N-DODECYL)-2-PYRROLIDONE in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of N-(N-dodecyl)-2-pyrrolidone or preparations containing 50 per cent or less of a mixture of any two or more of N-(N-dodecyl)-2-pyrrolidone, N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone or N-(N-octyl)-2-pyrrolidone except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of designated solvents.
DORAMECTIN for internal use for the treatment of animals, in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of doramectin.
EMAMECTIN in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of emamectin.
EMODEPSIDE in preparations:
a)      containing 2.5 per cent or less of emodepside for the external treatment of animals; or
b)      containing 30 mg or less of emodepside per dosage unit for the oral treatment of animals.
EPOXICONAZOLE.
EPOXY RESINS, LIQUID.
EPRINOMECTIN in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of eprinomectin.
ESBIOTHRIN in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of esbiothrin except in pressurised spray packs containing 1 per cent or less of esbiothrin.
ESFENVALERATE in preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of esfenvalerate.
1,2-ETHANEDIAMINE POLYMERWITH (CHLOROMETHYL)OXIRANE AND N-METHYLMETHANAMINE.
ETHANOLAMINE (excluding its salts and derivatives) in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of ethanolamine except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4; or
b)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of ethanolamine.
ETHER in preparations containing more than 10 per cent of ether for use in internal combustion engines.
ETHOFUMESATE.
ETHOXYQUIN except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of ethoxyquin.
ETHOXYSULFURON.
ETHYLENE GLYCOL (excluding its salts and derivatives) in preparations containing not less than 10 mg/kg of denatonium benzoate as a bittering agent except:
a)      in paints or paint tinters;
b)      in toothpastes or mouthwashes containing more than 0.25 per cent of ethylene glycol; or
c)      in other preparations containing 2.5 per cent or less of ethylene glycol.
ETHYL METHACRYLATE (excluding its derivatives) for cosmetic use except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of ethyl methacrylate as residual monomer in a polymer.
ETRIDIAZOLE.
EUGENOL for topical use in the mouth in a pack containing 5 mL or less of eugenol except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of eugenol.
EXTRACT OF LEMON EUCALYPTUS, being acid modified oil of lemon eucalyptus (Corymbia citriodora) , except in preparations containing 40 per cent or less of extract of lemon eucalyptus.
FENARIMOL.
FENBENDAZOLE for the treatment of animals.
FENBUCONAZOLE.
FENCHLORAZOLE-ETHYL.
FENOPROP.
FENOXAPROP-ETHYL.
FENOXAPROP-P-ETHYL.
FENPYRAZAMINE except in preparations containing 40 per cent or less of fenpyrazamine
FENSON.
FENTHION:
a)      in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of fenthion when packed in single-use containers having a capacity of 2 mL or less; or
b)      in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of fenthion.
FIPRONIL in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of fipronil except in preparations containing 0.05 per cent or less of fipronil.
FLAMPROP-METHYL.
FLAMPROP-M-METHYL.
FLAZASULFURON.
FLORASULAM.
FLUAZURON.
FLUBENDAZOLE for the treatment of animals.
FLUBENDIAMIDE.
FLUCHLORALIN.
FLUDIOXONIL except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of fludioxonil.
FLUMETHRIN:
a)      when impregnated in plastic resin strip material containing 3 per cent or less of flumethrin; or
b)      in oil based preparations containing 1 per cent or less of flumethrin.
FLUMICLORAC PENTYL.
FLUOPYRAM except in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of fluopyram.
FLUORIDES in preparations containing 3 per cent or less of fluoride ion except:
a)      in preparations for human use; or
b)      in preparations containing 15 mg/kg or less of fluoride ion.
FLURALANER for the treatment and preventation of flea infestations and control of ticks in dogs in oral divided preparations each containing 1400 mg or less of fluralaner per dosage unit.
FLUVALINATE in aqueous preparations containing 25 per cent or less of fluvalinate.
FLUXAPYROXAD.
FORAMSULFURON.
FORMIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) except in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of formic acid.
FOSPIRATE when impregnated in plastic resin strip material containing 20 per cent or less of fospirate.
FURALAXYL.
FURATHIOCARB in microencapsulated suspensions containing 50 per cent or less of furathiocarb.
GAMMA-CYHALOTHRIN in aqueous preparations containing 15 per cent or less of microencapsulated gamma-cyhalothrin.
GLUFOSINATE-AMMONIUM.
GLUTARALDEHYDE in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of glutaraldehyde except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of glutaraldehyde when labelled with the statements:
                        IRRITANT; and
                        Avoid contact with eyes.
GLYPHOSATE.
HALOSULFURON-METHYL.
HEXACONAZOLE except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of hexaconazole.
HEXAZINONE in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of hexazinone.
HYDRAMETHYLNON in solid baits containing 2 per cent or less of hydramethylnon in welded plastic labyrinths.
HYDROCARBONS, LIQUID, including kerosene, diesel (distillate), mineral turpentine, white petroleum spirit, toluene, xylene and light mineral  and paraffin oils (but excluding their derivatives), except:
a)      toluene and xylene when included in Schedule 6;
b)      benzene and liquid aromatic hydrocarbons  when included in Schedule 7;
c)      food grade and pharmaceutical grade white mineral oils;
d)      in solid or semi-solid preparations;
e)      in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of designated solvents;
f)       in preparations packed in pressurised spray packs;
g)      in adhesives packed in containers each containing 50 grams or less of adhesive;
h)      in writing correction fluids and thinners for writing correction fluids packed in containers having a capacity of 20 mL or less; or
i)        in other preparations when packed in containers with a capacity of 2 mL or less.
HYDROCHLORIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of hydrochloric acid (HCl) except:
a)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of hydrochloric acid (HCl); or
b)      for therapeutic use.
HYDROFLUORIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) and admixtures that generate hydrofluoric acid, in preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of hydrogen fluoride.
 HYDROGEN PEROXIDE (excluding its salts and derivatives):
a)      in hair dye preparations containing 12 per cent or less of hydrogen peroxide except in hair dyes containing 6 per cent or less of hydrogen peroxide; or
b)      in other preparations containing 6 per cent (20 volume) or less of hydrogen peroxide except in preparations containing 3 per cent (10 volume) or less of hydrogen peroxide.
HYDROSILICOFLUORIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) in preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of hydrosilicofluoric acid (H2SiF6).
IMAZALIL.
IMAZAMOX except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of imazamox.
IMAZAPIC except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of imazapic.
IMAZAPYR except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of imazapyr.
IMAZETHAPYR except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of imazethapyr.
IMIDACLOPRID in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of imidacloprid except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of imidacloprid.
IMIPROTHRIN in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of imiprothrin except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of imiprothrin.
INDOXACARB  (includes the R and S enantiomers) in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of indoxacarb.
3-IODO-2-PROPYNYL BUTYL CARBAMATE (Iodocarb) ) in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of 3-iodo-2-propynyl butyl carbamate except:
a)      in aqueous preparations not for cosmetic use containing 10 per cent or less 3-iodo-2-propynyl butyl carbamate; or
b)      in cosmetic preparations (other than aerosolised preparations) containing 0.1 per cent or less of 3-iodo-2-propynyl butyl carbamate.
IODOSULFURON-METHYL-SODIUM.
IPCONAZOLE in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of ipconazole.
IRON COMPOUNDS:
a)      for the treatment of animals (excluding up to 1 per cent of iron oxides when present as an excipient):
i)        in preparations for injection containing 20 per cent or less of iron except in preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of iron; or
ii)      in other preparations containing 4 per cent or less of iron except:
A)      in liquid or gel preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of iron; or
B)       in animal feeds or feed premixes; or
b)      in garden preparations except in preparations containing 4 per cent or less of iron.
ISOEUGENOL in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of isoeugenol except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of isoeugenol.
ISOPHORONE.
ISOXABEN.
ISOXAFLUTOLE.
IVERMECTIN for use in animals:
a)      in preparations for the prophylaxis of heartworm in cats and dogs;
b)      in intraruminal implants containing 160 mg or less of ivermectin;
c)      in preparations containing 3.5 per cent or less of ivermectin when packed in child-resistant packaging or in packaging approved by the relevant registration authority; or
d)      in other preparations containing 2 per cent or less of ivermectin.
KITASAMYCIN in animal feed premixes for growth promotion containing 2 per cent or less of antibiotic substances.
LAMBDA-CYHALOTHRIN:
a)      in aqueous preparations containing 1 per cent or less of lambda- cyhalothrin; or
b)      in aqueous preparations containing 2.5 per cent or less of microencapsulated lambda-cyhalothrin.
 LEAD COMPOUNDS in preparations for use as hair cosmetics.
LEMON OIL except:
a)      when steam distilled or rectified;
b)      in preparations for internal use;
c)      in preparations containing 0.05 per cent or less of lemon oil;
d)      in soaps or bath or shower gels that are washed off the skin;
e)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels; or
f)       in other preparations when packed in containers labelled with the statement:
                        Application to the skin may increase sensitivity to sunlight.
LEMONGRASS OIL in cosmetic and household cleaning preparations except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of 3,7-dimethyl-2,6-octadienal.
LEVAMISOLE in preparations containing 15 per cent or less of levamisole for the treatment of animals except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4; or
b)      in preparations for the treatment of ornamental birds or ornamental fish, in packs containing 10 mg or less of levamisole.
LIGNOCAINE   in aqueous gel preparations containing 4.5 per cent or less of lignocaine, for the dermal spray-on treatment of wounds associated with 'mulesing' of sheep.
LIME OIL except:
a)      when steam distilled or rectified;
b)      in preparations for internal use;
c)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of lime oil;
d)      in soaps or bath or shower gels that are washed off the skin;
e)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels; or
f)       in other preparations when packed in containers labelled with the statement:
                        Application to the skin may increase sensitivity to sunlight.
LINDANE in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of lindane except when included in Schedule 2 or 4.
LUFENURON except:
a)      in divided preparations each containing 500 mg or less of lufenuron for the treatment of animals; or
b)      in single use syringes each containing 500 mg or less of lufenuron for the treatment of animals.
MADURAMICIN in animal feed premixes containing 1 per cent or less of antibiotic substances.
MAGNESIUM CHLORATE except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of magnesium chlorate.
MALACHITE GREEN in preparations for veterinary use containing 10 per cent or less of malachite green.
MALATHION in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of malathion except:
a)      for human therapeutic use; or
b)      in dust preparations containing 2 per cent or less of malathion.
MANCOZEB.
MANDIPROPAMID.
MARJORAM OIL except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 50 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 50 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert, and labelled with the warning:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; or
c)               in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of marjoram oil.
MCPA:
a)      in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of MCPA (acid); or
b)      in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of the salts and esters of MCPA.
MCPB.
MEBENDAZOLE for the treatment of animals:
a)      in divided preparations each containing 300 mg or less of mebendazole per dosage unit; or
b)      in undivided preparations containing 25 per cent or less of mebendazole.
MECLOFENAMIC ACID for the treatment of animals.
MECOPROP in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of mecoprop.
MEFENPYR-DIETHYL.
MEPIQUAT.
MERCAPTOACETIC ACID and its salts, but excluding its derivatives, in cosmetic preparations containing 20 per cent or less of mercaptoacetic acid or its salts (as mercapturic acid), except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of mercaptoacetic acid or its salts (as mercapturic acid)
MESOTRIONE.
METAFLUMIZONE.
METALAXYL in preparations containing 35 per cent or less of metalaxyl.
METALDEHYDE in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of metaldehyde.
METHABENZTHIAZURON.
METHANOL (excluding its derivatives) in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of methanol except in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of methanol.
METHIOCARB in pelleted preparations containing 2 per cent or less of methiocarb.
METHOXYCHLOR.
METHYLATED SPIRIT(S) (being ethanol denatured with denatonium benzoate, methyl isobutyl ketone and fluorescein) except:
a)      when included in preparations or admixtures; or
b)      when packed in containers having a capacity of more than 5 litres.
METHYLENE BLUE in preparations for veterinary use containing 50 per cent or less of methylene blue.
METHYL ETHYL KETONE except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of designated solvents.
METHYL ETHYL KETONE PEROXIDE.
METHYL ISOAMYL KETONE except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of designated solvents.
METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of designated solvents.
N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE:
a)      when packed in single use containers having a capacity of 2 mL or less; or
b)      in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone or preparations containing 50 per cent or less of a mixture of any two or more of N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone, N-(N-octyl)-2-pyrrolidone or N-(N-dodecyl)-2-pyrrolidone except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of designated solvents.
METHYL SALICYLATE in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of methyl salicylate except:
a)      in preparations for therapeutic use; or
b)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of methyl salicylate.
2-METHYLTHIO-4-(2-METHYLPROP-2-YL) AMINO-6-CYCLOPROPYLAMINO-5- TRIAZINE.
METIRAM.
METHOFLUTHRIN in impregnated fabric mosquito repellent preparations for use in a vaporiser containing 15 mg or less of metofluthrin per disk.
METOLACHLOR.
METRAFENONE in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of metrafenone.
MILBEMECTIN in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of milbemectin.
MILBEMYCIN OXIME for the prophylaxis of heartworm in dogs and cats.
MONENSIN in intraruminal implants for cattle, each containing 35 g or less of monensin.
MONEPANTEL.
MORANTEL in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of morantel except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of morantel.
MOXIDECTIN:
a)      in preparations for external use for the treatment of animals other than cats and dogs, containing 0.5 per cent or less of moxidectin;
b)      in preparations for external use for the treatment of cats and dogs, containing 2.5 per cent or less of moxidectin packed in single dose tubes with a volume of 1 mL or less; or
c)      for internal use for the treatment of animals:
i)        in divided preparations for dogs, containing 250 micrograms or less of moxidectin per dosage unit in a pack containing six or less dosage units; or
ii)      in other preparations containing 2 per cent or less of moxidectin.
MYCLOBUTANIL.
NAA except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of NAA.
NALED when impregnated in plastic resin strip material containing 20 per cent or less of naled.
NAPTALAM.
NETOBIMIN for the treatment of animals, in preparations containing 12.5 per cent or less of netobimin.
NITRIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of nitric acid (HNO3) except in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of nitric acid.
NITROSCANATE for the treatment of animals.
NONOXINOL 9 in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of nonoxinol 9 except:
a)      when labelled with the statements:
            IRRITANT; and
                        Avoid contact with eyes;
b)               in preparations containing 12.5 per cent or less of nonoxinol 9; or
c)               in preparations for human use.
NORBORMIDE.
NUTMEG OIL except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert, and labelled with the warning:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; or
c)               in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of nutmeg oil.
N-OCTYL BICYCLOHEPTENE DICARBOXIMIDE except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of  N-octyl bicycloheptene dicarboximide.
N-(N-OCTYL)-2-PYRROLIDONE in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of:
a)      N-(N-octyl)-2-pyrrolidone or preparations containing 50 per cent or less of a mixture of any two or more of N-(N-octyl)-2-pyrrolidone, N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone or
b)      N-(N-dodecyl)-2-pyrrolidone except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of designated solvents.
OESTRADIOL in implant preparations for growth promotion in animals.
OLEANDOMYCIN in animal feed premixes for growth promotion.
OMETHOATE in pressurised spray packs containing 0.2 per cent or less of omethoate.
ORANGE OIL (BITTER) except:
a)      when steam distilled or rectified;
b)      in preparations for internal use;
c)      in preparations containing 1.4 per cent or less of orange oil (bitter);
d)      in soaps or bath or shower gels that are washed off the skin;
e)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels; or
f)       in other preparations when packed in containers labelled with the statement:
Application to the skin may increase sensitivity to sunlight.
OXADIARGYL.
OXADIXYL.
OXANTEL EMBONATE for the treatment of animals.
OXFENDAZOLE for the treatment of animals.
OXIBENDAZOLE for the treatment of animals.
OXYCARBOXIN.
OXYTETRACYCLINE in preparations:
a)      for topical application to animals for ocular use only; or
b)      containing 40 per cent or less of oxytetracycline per dose, when packed and labelled for the treatment of ornamental caged birds or ornamental fish only.
OXYTHIOQUINOX.
PACLOBUTRAZOL.
PENCONAZOLE.
PENDIMETHALIN.
PENFLUFEN.
PENTHIOPYRAD except in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of penthiopyrad.
PERACETIC ACID in concentrations of 10 per cent or less of peracetic acid.
PERMETHRIN (excluding preparations for human therapeutic use):
a)      in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of permethrin; or
b)      in preparations for external use, for the treatment of dogs, containing 50 per cent or less of permethrin when packed in single use containers having a capacity of 4 mL or less,
       except in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of permethrin.
PETROL except preparations containing 25 per cent or less of petrol.
PHENAZONE for the external treatment of animals.
PHENISOPHAM.
PHENOL, including cresols and xylenols and any other homologue of phenol boiling below 220°C, when in animal feed additives containing 15 per cent or less of such substances, except in preparations containing 3 per cent or less of such substances.
PHENYL METHYL KETONE except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of designated solvents.
ortho-PHENYLPHENOL except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of o-phenylphenol.
PHOSPHONIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of phosphonic acid (H3PO3).
PHOSPHORIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) in preparations containing 35 per cent or less of phosphoric acid (H3PO4) except:
a)      in preparations containing 15 per cent or less of phosphoric acid (H3PO4);
b)      in solid or semi-solid preparations; or
c)      in professional dental kits.
ortho-PHTHALALDEHYDE in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of ortho-phthalaldehyde.
PICARIDIN except in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of picaridin.
PINE OILS in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of pine oils when packed and labelled as a herbicide.
PINOXADEN in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of pinoxaden.
PIPERAZINE for animal use.
PIRIMICARB in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of pirimicarb.
POLIXETONIUM SALTS in preparations containing 60 per cent or less of polixetonium salts except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of polixetonium salts.
POLYETHANOXY (15) TALLOW AMINE.
POLY(OXY-1,2-ETHANEDIYL), α -[2-[(2-HYDROXYETHYL)AMINO]-2-OXOETHYL]- α -HYDROXY-,MONO-C13-15-ALKYL ETHERS.
POTASSIUM CHLORATE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of potassium chlorate.
POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE (excluding its salts and derivatives) in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of potassium hydroxide being:
a)      solid preparations, the pH of which in a 10 g/L aqueous solution is more than 11.5; or
b)      liquid or semi-solid preparations, the pH of which is more than 11.5 except in food additive preparations for domestic use.
POTASSIUM METABISULPHITE when packed for domestic use except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of potassium metabisulphite.
POTASSIUM NITRITE in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of potassium nitrite except:
a)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of potassium nitrite;
b)      when present as an excipient in preparations for therapeutic use; or
c)      in aerosols.
POTASSIUM PEROXOMONOSULFATE TRIPLE SALT in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of potassium peroxomonosulfate triple salt being:
a)      solid preparations, the pH of which in a 10 g/L aqueous solution is less than 2.5; or
b)      liquid or semi-solid preparations, the pH of which is less than 2.5.
POTASSIUM SULFIDE in preparations for metal treatment in containers each containing 50 g or less of potassium sulfide.
PRALLETHRIN (cis:trans=20:80) in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of prallethrin except in insecticidal mats containing 1 per cent or less of prallethrin.
PROFOXYDIM except in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of profoxydim.
PROGESTERONE:
a)      in implant preparations or controlled release pessaries for synchronisation of oestrus in cattle, sheep or goats; or
b)      in implant preparations for growth promotion in cattle.
PROHEXADIONE CALCIUM.
PROMETRYN.
PROPAMOCARB.
PROPANIL.
PROPAQUIZAFOP.
PROPICONAZOLE in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of propiconazole.
PROPIONIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) in preparations containing 80 per cent or less of propionic acid, except:
a)      in preparations containing 30 per cent or less of propionic acid; or
b)      for therapeutic use.
PROPOXUR:
a)      when impregnated in plastic resin strip material containing 10 per cent or less of propoxur;
b)      in dust preparations containing 3 per cent or less of propoxur;
c)      in granular sugar-based fly baits containing 1 per cent or less of propoxur, a dark colouring agent and a separate bittering agent;
d)      in pressurised spray packs containing 2 per cent or less of propoxur; or
e)               in printed paper sheets for pest control containing 0.5 per cent or less of propoxur and in any case not more than 100 mg of propoxur per sheet.
PROPYZAMIDE.
PROTHIOCONAZOLE-DESCHLORO except in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of prothioconazole-deschloro.
PROTHIOCONAZOLE-TRIAZOLIDINETHIONE except in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of prothioconazole-triazolidinethione.
PYMETROZINE.
PYRACLOSTROBIN.
PYRAFLUFEN-ETHYL.
PYRASULFOTOLE.
PYRETHRINS, naturally occurring, being pyrethrolone, cinerolone or jasmolone esters of chrysanthemic or pyrethric acids except:
a)      in preparations for human therapeutic use; or
b)      in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of such substances.
PYRIDABEN in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of pyridaben.
PYRIFENOX.
PYRITHIOBAC SODIUM.
PYRITHIONE ZINC in paints containing 0.5 per cent or less of pyrithione zinc calculated on the non-volatile content of the paint except in paints containing 0.1 per cent or less of pyrithione zinc calculated on the non-volatile content of the paint.
QUATERNARY AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of quaternary ammonium compounds except:
a)      when separately specified in these Schedules;
b)      dialkyl or dialkoyl quaternary ammonium compounds where the alkyl or alkoyl groups are derived from tallow or hydrogenated tallow or similar chain length (C16/C18) sources; or
c)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of such quaternary ammonium compounds.
QUINCLORAC.
QUININE in preparations for veterinary use containing 1 per cent or less of quinine.
QUINTOZENE.
QUIZALOFOP-P-ETHYL in aqueous preparations containing 40 per cent or less of
quizalofop-p-ethyl.
RACTOPAMINE in animal feed premixes containing 10 per cent or less of ractopamine.
RESMETHRIN in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of resmethrin.
RIMSULFURON.
ROBENIDINE except in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of robenidine.
ROSIN when packeaged for use as a soldering flux or in flux-cored solder.
SAFLUFENACIL in water dispersible granule preparations.
SALICYLANILIDE.
SEDAXANE.
SELAMECTIN except in preparations containing 12 per cent or less of selamectin.
SETHOXYDIM.
SIDURON.
SILICOFLUORIDES in preparations containing 3 per cent or less of fluoride ion except:
a)      barium silicofluoride when separately specified in this Schedule; or
b)      in preparations containing 15 mg/kg or less of fluoride ion.
SINBIOALLETHRIN in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of sinbioallethrin except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of sinbioallethrin.
SODIUM CHLORATE except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of sodium chlorate.
SODIUM DIACETATE except in preparations containing 60 per cent or less of sodium diacetate.
SODIUM DODECYLBENZENE SULFONATE except in preparations containing 30 per cent or less of sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate.
SODIUM HYDROGEN SULFATE except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of sodium hydrogen sulfate.
SODIUM HYDROSULFITE when packed for domestic use except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of sodium hydrosulfite.
SODIUM HYDROXIDE (excluding its salts and derivatives) in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of sodium hydroxide being:
a)      solid preparations, the pH of which in a 10 g/L aqueous solution is more than 11.5; or
b)      liquid or semi-solid preparations, the pH of which is more than 11.5 except in food additive preparations for domestic use.
SODIUM LAURETH-6 CARBOXYLATE except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of sodium laureth-6 carboxylate.
SODIUM METABISULPHITE when packed for domestic use except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of sodium metabisulphite.
SODIUM NITRITE in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of sodium nitrite except:
a)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of sodium nitrite;
b)      when present as an excipient in preparations for therapeutic use; or
c)      in aerosols.
SODIUM PERCARBONATE (CAS No. 15630-89-4) in preparations containing 35 per cent or less of sodium percarbonate except in preparations containing 15 per cent or less of sodium percarbonate.
SODIUM POLYSTYRENE SULPHONATE in preparations for cosmetic use except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of sodium polystyrene sulphonate.
SODIUM STANNATE except in preparations for cosmetic use containing 1 per cent or less of sodium stannate.
SODIUM SULFIDE in preparations for metal treatment in containers each containing 50 g or less of sodium sulfide.
SPINETORAM.
SPINOSAD except in aqueous suspensions containing 25 per cent or less of spinosad.
STAR ANISE OIL except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 50 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 50 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert, and labelled with the warning:
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; or
c)      in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of star anise oil.
STYRENE (excluding its derivatives).
SULFACETAMIDE when packed and labelled for the treatment of ornamental caged birds or ornamental fish only.
SULFADIAZINE when packed and labelled for the treatment of ornamental caged birds or ornamental fish only.
SULFADIMIDINE when packed and labelled for the treatment of ornamental caged birds or ornamental fish only.
SULFAMERAZINE when packed and labelled for the treatment of ornamental caged birds or ornamental fish only.
SULFAMIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of sulfamic acid (H3NO3S).
SULFATHIAZOLE when packed and labelled for the treatment of ornamental caged birds or ornamental fish only.
SULFOMETURON-METHYL.
SULFOXAFLOR in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of sulfoxaflor.
SYMPHYTUM spp. (Comfrey) for dermal use.
2,3,6-TBA.
TDE (1,1-dichloro-2,2-bis[4-chlorophenyl]ethane) in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of TDE.
TEBUCONAZOLE.
TEBUFENOZIDE.
TEFLUTHRIN in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of tefluthrin.
TEMEPHOS:
a)      in liquid preparations containing 10 per cent or less of temephos;
b)      in powders containing 2 per cent or less of temephos; or
c)      in preparations containing 40 per cent or less of temephos when packed in single use containers having a capacity of 2 mL or less.
TEPRALOXYDIM.
TERBUTRYN.
1,3,5,7-TETRAAZATRICYLO[3.3.1.13,7] DECANE in cosmetic preparations, except in preparations containing 0.15 per cent or less of 1, 3, 5, 7-tetraazatricyclo [3.3.1.13,7] decane.
TETRACHLOROETHYLENE in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of tetrachloroethylene except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2;
b)      in preparations for the treatment of animals; or
c)      when absorbed into an inert solid.
TETRACHLORVINPHOS except in animal feeds containing 0.2 per cent or less of tetrachlorvinphos.
TETRACONAZOLE in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of tetraconazole.
TETRACYCLINE in preparations:
a)      for topical application to animals for ocular use only; or
b)      containing 40 per cent or less of tetracycline when packed and labelled for the treatment of ornamental caged birds or ornamental fish only.
TETRAMETHRIN [(R, cis): (R, trans) = 20:80] except in pressurised spray packs.
THIABENDAZOLE:
a)      for the treatment of animals; or
b)      when packed and labelled for use as a fungicide except in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of thiabendazole.
THIAMETHOXAM in preparations containing 60 per cent or less of thiamethoxam.
THIAZOPYR.
THIFENSULFURON.
THIOBENCARB.
THIODICARB in pelleted preparations containing 1.5 per cent or less of thiodicarb.
THIOPHANATE-METHYL in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of thiophanate-methyl.
THYME OIL except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert, and labelled with the warning:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; or
c)               in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of thyme oil.
TIOCARBAZIL.
TOLCLOFOS-METHYL.
TOLTRAZURIL.
TRALKOXYDIM.
TRENBOLONE in implant preparations for growth promotion in animals.
TRIADIMEFON in wettable powders containing 25 per cent or less of triadimefon.
TRIADIMENOL.
TRI-ALLATE.
TRIBENURON-METHYL.
TRICHLOROACETIC ACID, alkali salts of.
1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE except:
a)      in preparations packed in pressurised spray packs;
b)      in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of designated solvents;
c)      in preparations, other than writing correction fluids or thinners for writing correction fluidsin containers having a capacity of 50 mL or less; or
d)      in writing correction fluids or thinners for writing correction fluids, in containers having a capacity of 50 mL or less labelled with:
i)        the word “Trichloroethane” written in letters not less than 1 mm in height and in distinct contrast to the background; and
ii)      the expression:
                                    WARNING  DO NOT DELIBERATELY SNIFF THIS PRODUCT.                          SNIFFING MIGHT HARM OR KILL YOU;
                        written in bold face sans serif capital letters not less than 1 mm in height and in                     distinct contrast to the background.
TRIDIPHANE.
TRIETAZINE.
TRIETHANOLAMINE (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      when in Schedule 4;or
b)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of triethanolamine.
TRIFLOXYSTROBIN.
TRIFLUMIZOLE.
TRIFLUMURON.
TRIISOPROPANOLAMINE LAURYL ETHER SULFATE except in preparations containing 30 per cent or less of triisopropanolamine lauryl ether sulfate when labelled with the statements:
                        Avoid contact with eyes and skin; and
                        Wash hands after handling.
TRINEXAPAC-ETHYL except:
a)      when packed in a sealed water-soluble measure pack; or
b)      in solid preparations containing 25 per cent or less of trinexapac-ethyl in packs of 50 g or less.
3,6,9-TRIOXAUNDECANEDIOIC ACID except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of 3,6,9-trioxaundecanedioic acid, the pH of which is 3.5 or greater.
TRITICONAZOLE.
TURPENTINE OIL except in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of turpentine oil.
VIRGINIAMYCIN in animal feed additives containing 1 per cent or less of virginiamycin for the prevention of laminitis in horses when in a pack of 5 kg or less.
VERNOLATE.
WARFARIN in rodent baits containing 0.1 per cent or less of warfarin.
ZINEB.
SCHEDULE 6
ABAMECTIN:
a)      in preparations for pesticidal use containing 4 per cent or less of abamectin except when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in slow-release plastic matrix ear tags for livestock use containing 1 g or less of abamectin.
ACEPHATE.
ACETAMIPRID except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of acetamiprid.
ACETIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) and preparations containing more than 80 per cent of acetic acid (CH3COOH) except when included in Schedule 2.
ACETIC ANHYDRIDE excluding its derivatives.
ACIFLUORFEN.
ACINITRAZOLE except in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of acinitrazole.
ALBENDAZOLE for the treatment of animals except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in intraruminal implants each containing 3.85 g or less of albendazole.
ALDRIN.
 ALKALINE SALTS, being the carbonate, silicate or phosphate salts of sodium or potassium alone or in any combination for non-domestic use:
a)      in solid automatic dishwashing preparations, the pH of which in a 500 g/L aqueous solution or mixture is more than 12.5; or
b)      in liquid or semi-solid automatic dishwashing preparations, the pH of which is more than 12.5.
ALKOXYLATED FATTY ALKYLAMINE POLYMER except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of alkoxylated fatty alkylamine polymer.
ALLETHRIN except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in insecticidal mats containing 20 per cent or less of allethrin; or
c)      in other preparations containing 1 per cent or less of allethrin.
ALPHA-CYPERMETHRIN:
a)      in aqueous preparations containing 25 per cent or less of alpha-cypermethrin; or
b)      in other preparations containing 10 per cent or less of alpha-cypermethrin,
       except when included in Schedule 5.
AMICARBAZONE.
AMIDITHION.
AMINOCARB in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of aminocarb.
AMINOETHOXYVINYLGLYCINE except in preparations containing 15 per cent or less of aminoethoxyvinylglycine.
1-AMINOMETHANAMIDE DIHYDROGEN TETRAOXOSULFATE.
AMINOPYRALID except when included in Schedule 5.
AMITRAZ.
AMMONIA (excluding its salts and derivatives other than ammonium hydroxide) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in preparations for human internal therapeutic use;
c)      in preparations for inhalation when absorbed in an inert solid material; or
d)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of ammonia.
AMMONIUM PERSULFATE in hair preparations.
ANILINE (excluding its salts and derivatives) except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of aniline.
ANTIMONY COMPOUNDS except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4;
b)      antimony chloride in polishes;
c)      antimony titanate pigments in paint; or
d)      in paints or tinters containing 5 per cent or less of antimony calculated on the non-volatile content of the paint or tinter.
ARSENIC:
a)      in ant poisons containing 0.4 per cent or less of arsenic;
b)      in animal feed premixes containing 4 per cent or less of arsenic; or
c)      in preparations for the treatment of animals except thiacetarsamide when included in Schedule 4,
       except when separately specified in this Schedule.
ASPIRIN for the treatment of animals except when included in Schedule 4 or 5.
AZACONAZOLE except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of azaconazole.
 AZADIRACHTA INDICA (Neem) including its extracts and derivatives except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in preparations for human internal use;
c)      debitterised neem seed oil;
d)      in preparations for human dermal therapeutic use containing cold pressed neem seed oil, when in a container fitted with a child-resistant closure and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels; or
e)      in preparations for dermal use containing 1 per cent or less of cold pressed neem seed oil.
AZAMETHIPHOS.
AZOBENZENE.
BAMBERMYCIN (flavophospholipol) in animal feed premixes for growth promotion containing 2 per cent or less of antibiotic substances.
BARIUM SALTS except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      barium sulfate; or
c)      in paints or tinters containing 5 per cent or less of barium calculated on the non-volatile content of the paint or tinter.
 BASIC ORANGE 31 (2-[(4-aminophenyl)azo]-1,3-dimethyl-1H-imidazolium chloride) except:
a)      in preparations for skin colouration and dyeing of eyelashes or eyebrows; or
b)      in hair dye preparations containing 1 per cent or less of Basic Orange 31 when the immediate container and primary pack are labelled with the following statements:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN;
                        If in eyes wash out immediately with water; and
                        WARNING  This product contains ingredients which may cause skin                                  irritation to certain individuals.  A preliminary test according to the                                  accompanying directions should be made before use.  This product must not be              used for dyeing eyelashes or eyebrows; to do so may be injurious to the eye.
                        written in letters not less than 1.5 mm in height.
BAY OIL except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
c)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN;
d)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN; or
e)               in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of bay oil.
BEAUVERIA BASSIANA except when included in Schedule 5.
BENDIOCARB:
a)      in wettable powders containing 80 per cent or less of bendiocarb when packed in containers or primary packs containing not less than 100 g of bendiocarb;
b)      in wettable powders containing 20 per cent or less of bendiocarb and not less than 0.002 per cent of denatonium benzoate when packed in containers or primary packs containing not less than 48 g of bendiocarb and labelled for use as a fly control preparation;
c)      in insoluble granular preparations containing 5 per cent or less of bendiocarb; or
d)      when impregnated in plastic resin strip material containing 10 per cent or less of bendiocarb,
       except when included in Schedule 5.
BENQUINOX.
BENSULIDE.
BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of benzalkonium chloride.
1,2-BENZENEDIOL.
6-BENZYLADENINE except in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of 6-benzyladenine.
BERYLLIUM.
BETACYFLUTHRIN in preparations containing 12.5 per cent or less of betacyfluthrin except when included in Schedule 5.
BETA-CYPERMETHRIN.
BHC (excluding lindane).
BIFENTHRIN in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of bifenthrin except in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of bifenthrin.
BIFLUORIDES (including ammonium, potassium and sodium salts)  in preparations containing 3 per cent or less of total bifluorides except when included in Schedule 5.
BIOALLETHRIN except:
            (a)        when included in Schedule 5; or
            (b)        in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of bioallethrin.
N,N-BIS(PHENYLMETHYLENE)-BICYCLO-(2.2.1)HEPTANE-2,5-DIMETHANAMINE except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of N,N-bis(phenylmethylene)-bicyclo- (2.2.1)heptane-2,5-dimethanamine,
or a combination of N,N-bis(phenylmethylene)-bicyclo-(2.2.1)heptane-2,5-dimethanamine and             N,N-bis(phenylmethylene)-bicyclo-(2.2.1)heptane-2,6-dimethanamine, when labelled with statements to the effect of:
            IRRITANT;
            REPEATED EXPOSURE MAY CAUSE SENSITISATION;
            Avoid contact with eyes;
            Avoid contact with skin;
            Wear protective gloves when mixing or using; and
            Ensure adequate ventilation when using.
N,N-BIS(PHENYLMETHYLENE)-BICYCLO-(2.2.1)HEPTANE-2,6-DIMETHANAMINE except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of N,N-bis(phenylmethylene)-bicyclo-(2.2.1)heptane-2,6-dimethanamine,
 or a combination of N,N-bis(phenylmethylene)-bicyclo-(2.2.1)heptane-2,5-dimethanamine and            N,N-bis(phenylmethylene)-bicyclo-(2.2.1)heptane-2,6-dimethanamine,  when labelled with statements to the effect of:
            IRRITANT;
            REPEATED EXPOSURE MAY CAUSE SENSITISATION;
            Avoid contact with eyes;
            Avoid contact with skin;
            Wear protective gloves when mixing or using; and
            Ensure adequate ventilation when using.
BITHIONOL for the treatment of animals.
BORON TRIFLUORIDE in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of boron trifluoride (BF3) except when included in Schedule 5.
BRODIFACOUM in preparations containing 0.25 per cent or less of brodifacoum.
BROMADIOLONE in preparations containing 0.25 per cent or less of bromadiolone.
BROMETHALIN in rodent baits containing 0.01 per cent or less of bromethalin.
BROMOFORM except when included in Schedule 4.
BROMOPHOS.
BROMOPHOS-ETHYL.
BROMOXYNIL.
BROMUCONAZOLE except when included in Schedule 5.
BROTIANIDE.
BUNAMIDINE.
BUTACARB.
BUTOXYCARBOXIM except when included in Schedule 5.
2-BUTOXYETHANOL and its ACETATES  except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of such substances.
2-BUTOXY-2’-THIOCYANODIETHYL ETHER.
BUTYRIC ACID in preparations for use as insect lures.
CACODYLIC ACID:
a)      in animal feed premixes containing 4 per cent or less of arsenic; or
b)      in herbicide or defoliant preparations containing 10 per cent or less of cacodylic acid.
CADMIUM COMPOUNDS except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4; or
b)      in paints or tinters containing 0.1 per cent or less of cadmium calculated on the non-volatile content of the paint or tinter.
CADUSAFOS in aqueous preparations containing 20 per cent or less of microencapsulated cadusafos.
CAJUPUT OIL except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
c)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN;
d)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN;
e)      in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of cajuput oil; or
f)       in oils containing 25 per cent or less of cajuput oil.
CALCIFEROL in rodent baits containing 0.1 per cent or less of calciferol.
CAMBENDAZOLE.
CAMPHOR except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4 or 5;
b)      when enclosed in an inhaler device which prevents ingestion of its contents;
c)      in solid or semi-solid preparations containing 12.5 per cent or less of camphor;
d)      in liquid preparations containing 2.5 per cent or less of camphor;
e)      in essential oils when the camphor is present as a natural component of the oil:
i)        in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
ii)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
iii)    in essential oils other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN; or
iv)    in essential oils other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and labelled with the warnings:
                                    KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                                    NOT TO BE TAKEN; or
f)       in rosemary oil, sage oil (Spanish), or lavandin oil as such.
CAPTAN.
CARBARYL except when included in Schedule 4 or 5.
CARBON DISULFIDE.
 CARBAMIDE PEROXIDE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in other preparations containing 9 per cent or less of carbamide peroxide.
CASTOR OIL, MONOMALEATE (excluding its salts and derivatives) in preparations for cosmetic use except in wash-off preparations containing 1 per cent or less of castor oil, monomaleate.
CHLORALOSE (alpha-CHLORALOSE) when packed and labelled for use as a pesticide.
CHLORDANE.
CHLORFENAPYR in preparations containing 36 per cent or less of chlorfenapyr except when included in Schedule   5.
CHLORFENETHOL.
CHLORHEXIDINE in preparations containing 7 per cent or less of chlorhexidine except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of chlorhexidine; or
c)      when in solid preparations.
CHLORINATING COMPOUNDS except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      when separately specified in these Schedules;
c)      sodium hypochlorite preparations with a pH of less than 11.5;
d)      in liquid preparations containing not less than 2 per cent but not more than 4 per cent of available chlorine when labelled with the statements:
                        WARNING – Ensure adequate ventilation when using.  Vapour may be                                 harmful.  May give off dangerous gas if mixed with other products;
e)      in liquid preparations containing less than 2 per cent of available chlorine; or
f)       in other preparations containing 4 per cent or less of available chlorine.
CHLORMEQUAT.
CHLOROFORM except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2 or 4;  or
b)      in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of chloroform.
ALPHA-CHLOROHYDRIN.
CHLOROPHACINONE.
(E)-(S)-1-(4-CHLOROPHENYL)-4,4-DIMETHYL-2-(1H-1,2,4-TRIAZOL-1-YL)PENT-1-EN-3-OL (uniconazole-p) except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of (E)-(S)-1-(4-chlorophenyl)-4,4-dimethyl-2-(1H-1,2,4-triazol-1-yl)pent-1-en-3-ol.
CHLOROPICRIN in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of chloropicrin.
CHLOROTHALONIL except in water-based paint containing 0.5 per cent or less of chlorothalonil.
2-CHLORO-6-(TRICHLOROMETHYL)-PYRIDINE.
CHLORPYRIFOS except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in prepared potting or soil mixes containing 100 g or less of chlorpyrifos per cubic metre.
CHLORPYRIFOS-METHYL.
CHLORTHIAMID.
CHROMATES (including dichromates) except in paints or tinters containing 5 per cent or less of chromium as the ammonium, barium, calcium, iron, potassium, sodium, strontium or zinc chromate calculated on the non-volatile content of the paint or tinter.
CHROMIUM TRIOXIDE (excluding its salts and derivatives).
CINEOLE except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
c)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN;
d)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN;
e)      in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of cineole;
f)       in oils containing 25 per cent or less of cineole; or
g)      in rosemary oil or camphor oil (white).
CINNAMON LEAF OIL except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
c)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN;
d)               in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN; or
e)      in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of cinnamon leaf oil.
CLIMBAZOLE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of climbazole.
CLODINAFOP-PROPARGYL.
CLOMAZONE.
CLOSANTEL.
CLOTHIANIDIN except when included in Schedule 5.
CLOTRIMAZOLE for the external treatment of animals.
CLOVE OIL except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
c)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
d)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN;
e)      n preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN; or
f)       in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of clove oil.
N-COCO-1,3-DIAMINOPROPANE.
COCOYL GLYCINATE in cosmetic preparations except:
a)      in leave-on preparations containing 5 per cent or less of cocoyl glycinate; or
b)      in wash-off preparations containing 30 per cent or less of cocoyl glycinate and, when containing more than 5 per cent of cocoyl glycinate labelled with a warning to the following effect:
                        IF IN EYES WASH OUT IMMEDIATELY WITH WATER.
COPPER ACETATE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of copper acetate.
COPPER COMPOUNDS except:
a)      when separately specified in these Schedules;
b)      in preparations for human internal use containing 5 mg or less of copper per recommended daily dose;
c)      pigments where the solubility of the copper compound(s) in water is 1 gram per litre or less;
d)      in feed additives containing 1 per cent or less of copper; or
e)      in other preparations containing 5 per cent or less of copper compounds.
COPPER HYDROXIDE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 12.5 per cent or less of copper hydroxide.
COPPER NITRATE in preparations containing copper chloride for the treatment of footrot in sheep.
COPPER OXIDES except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in preparations for internal use;
c)      in marine paints; or
d)      in other preparations containing 5 per cent or less of copper oxides.
COPPER OXYCHLORIDE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 12.5 per cent of less of copper oxychloride.
COPPER SULFATE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in preparations for internal use; or
c)      in other preparations containing 5 per cent or less of copper sulfate.
COUMAPHOS:
a)      in slow-release plastic matrix ear tags for livestock use containing 6 g or less of coumaphos; or
b)      in other preparations containing 5 per cent or less of coumaphos.
COUMATETRALYL in rodenticides containing 1 per cent or less of coumatetralyl except when included in Schedule 5.
CREOSOTE derived from wood other than beechwood  except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2;
b)      in preparations for human therapeutic use containing 10 per cent or less of creosote derived from wood other than beechwood; or
c)      in other preparations containing 3 per cent or less of phenols and homologues of phenol boiling below 220°C.
CROTOXYPHOS.
CRUFOMATE.
CYANAMIDE.
CYANAZINE.
CYCLANILIDE.
N-CYCLOHEXYLDIAZENIUMDIOXY-POTASSIUM.
CYFLUTHRIN except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in pressurised spray packs containing 1 per cent or less of cyfluthrin.
CYOMETRINIL.
CYPERMETHRIN except when included in Schedule 5.
CYPHENOTHRIN except when included in Schedule 5.
CYSTEAMINE for cosmetic use except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of cysteamine.
CYTHIOATE except when included in Schedule 5.
2,4-D except when included in Schedule 5.
DAZOMET.
DELTAMETHRIN:
a)      in aqueous preparations containing 25 per cent or less of deltamethrin, when no organic solvent, other than 10 per cent or less of a glycol, is present;
b)      in wettable granular preparations containing 25 per cent or less of deltamethrin;
c)      in water-dispersible tablets each containing 500 mg or less of deltamethrin;
d)      in emulsifiable concentrates containing 11 per cent or less of deltamethrin in a solvent containing 40 per cent or less of acetophenone and 45 per cent or less of liquid hydrocarbons; or
e)      in other preparations containing 3 per cent or less of deltamethrin,
       except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in factory prepared mosquito nets containing 1 per cent or less of deltamethrin; or
c)      in preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of deltamethrin.
DERQUANTEL.
2,4-DIAMINOPHENOXYETHANOL in hair dye preparations except in preparations containing 4 per cent or less of 2,4-diaminophenoxyethanol when the immediate container and primary pack are labelled with the following:
            KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
            WARNING – this product contains ingredients which may cause skin irritation to certain individuals. A preliminary test according to the accompanying directions should be made before use. This product must not be used for dying eyelashes and eyebrow; to do so may be injurious to the eye.
            Written in letters not less than 1.5 mm in height.
DIAZINON except when included in Schedule 5.
DICAMBA (including its salts and derivatives) except when included in Schedule 5.
DICHLOBENIL.
DICHLOFENTHION.
DICHLOFLUANID.
ortho-DICHLOROBENZENE.
DICHLOROETHYL ETHER.
DICHLOROISOCYANURIC ACID except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in liquid preparations containing not less than 2 per cent but not more than 4 per cent of available chlorine when labelled with the statements:
                        WARNING – Ensure adequate ventilation when using.  Vapour may be                                 harmful.  May give off dangerous gas if mixed with other products;
c)      in liquid preparations containing less than 2 per cent of available chlorine; or
d)      in other preparations containing 4 per cent or less of available chlorine.
4,5-DICHLORO-2-N-OCTYL-3(2H)-ISOTHIAZOLONE.
DICHLOROPHEN except:
a)      when included in Schedules 4 or 5; or
b)      in fabrics other than when:
i)        for human therapeutic use; or
ii)      as part of a registered pesticidal product.
1,2-DICHLOROPROPANE.
2,4-DICHLORPROP (including the R and S enantiomers).
DICHLORVOS in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of dichlorvos except when included in Schedule 5.
DICLOFOP-METHYL.
DICYCLANIL except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of dicyclanil.
DIDECYLDIMETHYLAMMONIUM SALTS except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of didecyldimethylammonium salts labelled with the statement:
            Avoid contact with eyes.
DIELDRIN.
DIETHANOLAMINE (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of diethanolamine.
 DIETHYLENE GLYCOL (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in paints or paint tinters;
c)      in toothpastes or mouthwashes containing more than 0.25 per cent of diethylene glycol; or
d)      in other preparations containing 2.5 per cent or less of diethylene glycol.
DIFENACOUM in preparations containing 0.25 per cent or less of difenacoum.
DIFENZOQUAT.
DIFETHIALONE in rodent baits containing 0.0025 per cent or less of difethialone.
 5,6-DIHYDROXYINDOLINE.
DIMETHENAMID-P.
DIMETHIPIN.
DIMETHOATE.
DIMETHYLACETAMIDE except when included in Schedule 5.
DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in silicone rubber mastic containing 2 per cent or less of dimethylformamide.
4,4-DIMETHYL-1-CYCLOHEXENE-1-PROPANAL except:
a)      in leave-on cosmetic preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of 4,4-dimethyl-1-cyclohexene-1-propanal;
b)      in rinse-off cosmetic preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of 4,4-dimethyl-1-cyclohexene-1-propanal; or
c)      in other preparations containing 1 per cent or less of 4,4-dimethyl-1-cyclohexene-1-propanal.
DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE (excluding dimethyl sulfone):
a)      when not for therapeutic use; or
b)      for the treatment of animals:
i)        when combined with no other therapeutic substance(s);
ii)      in liquid preparations containing copper salicylate and 1 per cent or less of methyl salicylate as the only other therapeutic substances; or
iii)    in clay poultices containing 2 per cent or less of dimethyl sulfoxide.
DINITROCRESOLS and their homologues in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of such compounds except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4; or
b)      when separately specified in this Schedule.
DINITROPHENOLS and their homologues in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of such compounds except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4; or
b)      when separately specified in this Schedule.
DIOXACARB.
DIOXANE.
DIPHACINONE.
DIQUAT in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of diquat.
DISULFIRAM except when included in Schedule 4.
DISULFOTON in granular preparations containing 5 per cent or less of disulfoton.
DITHIANON.
DITHIAZANINE in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of dithiazanine for the treatment of animals.
DIUREDOSAN.
N-(N-DODECYL)-2-PYRROLIDONE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of designated solvents.
DODINE.
DORAMECTIN for external use for the treatment of animals, in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of doramectin.
DSMA in herbicide or defoliant preparations containing 10 per cent or less of DSMA.
ECONAZOLE for the external treatment of animals.
EMAMECTIN in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of emamectin except when included in Schedule 5.
EMODEPSIDE for the treatment of animals except when included in Schedule 5.
ENDOSULFAN in aqueous preparations containing 33 per cent or less of microencapsulated endosulfan.
ENDOTHAL in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of endothal.
EPTC.
ESBIOTHRIN except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in pressurised spray packs containing 1 per cent or less of esbiothrin.
ESFENVALERATE except when included in Schedule 5.
ETHANOLAMINE (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4 or 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of ethanolamine.
ETHEPHON (excluding its salts and derivatives).
ETHER except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2, 4 or 5;  or
b)      in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of ether.
ETHIOFENCARB.
ETHOATE-METHYL.
ETHOPROPHOS in granular formulations containing 10 per cent or less of ethoprophos and 2 per cent of linseed oil.
ETHYL BROMIDE.
2-ETHYLHEXYL 2-ETHYLHEXANOATE except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of 2-ethylhexyl 2-ethylhexanoate.
ETHYL FORMATE when packed and labelled for use as a fumigant.
ETHYLENE CHLOROHYDRIN.
ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE.
 ETHYLENE GLYCOL (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in paints or paint tinters;
c)      in toothpastes or mouthwashes containing more than 0.25 per cent of ethylene glycol; or
d)      in other preparations containing 2.5 per cent or less of ethylene glycol.
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS and their ACETATES, except:
a)      when separately specified in these Schedules; or
b)      in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of such substances.
ETRIMFOS.
EUCALYPTUS OIL except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
c)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN;
d)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN; or
e)               in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of eucalyptus oil.
EUGENOL except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
c)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
d)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN;
e)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN; or
f)       in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of eugenol.
FAMPHUR in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of famphur.
FEBANTEL except:
a)      in divided preparations containing 1000 mg or less of febantel per dosage unit; or
b)      in undivided preparations containing 10 per cent or less of febantel.
FENAMIPHOS in granular preparations containing 5 per cent or less of fenamiphos.
FENAZAFLOR.
FENBUTATIN OXIDE.
FENCHLORPHOS.
FENITROTHION.
FENOXACRIM in preparations for the treatment of carpets during manufacture.
FENPYROXIMATE.
FENTHION in preparations containing 60 per cent or less of fenthion except when included in Schedule 5.
FENVALERATE.
FIPRONIL except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 0.05 per cent or less of fipronil.
FLOCOUMAFEN in preparations containing 0.005 per cent or less of flocoumafen.
FLONICAMID.
FLUAZIFOP-BUTYL.
FLUAZIFOP-P-BUTYL.
FLUAZINAM.
FLUCOFURON in preparations for the treatment of carpets during manufacture.
FLUENSULFONE.
FLUMETHRIN except when included in Schedule 5.
FLUMIOXAZIN when contained in water soluble bags individually packed in sealed sachets.
FLUORIDES except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in preparations for human use; or
c)      in preparations containing 15 mg/kg or less of fluoride ion.
FLUPROPANATE.
FLUQUINCONAZOLE.
FLUSILAZOL.
FLUTRIAFOL except in fertilisers containing 0.5 per cent or less of flutriafol.
FLUVALINATE except when included in Schedule 5.
FORMALDEHYDE (excluding its derivatives) in preparations containing 0.05 per cent or more of free formaldehyde except:
a)      for human therapeutic use;
b)      in oral hygiene preparations;
c)      in nail hardener cosmetic preparations containing 5 per cent or more of free formaldehyde;
d)      in nail hardener cosmetic preparations containing 0.2 per cent or less of free formaldehyde when labelled with the statement:
                        PROTECT CUTICLES WITH GREASE OR OIL;
e)      in all other cosmetic preparations; or
f)       in other preparations containing 0.2 per cent or less of free formaldehyde when labelled with the warning statement:
                        CONTAINS FORMALDEHYDE.
FORMOTHION.
FOSPIRATE except when included in Schedule 5.
FUMAGILLIN.
FURFURAL except in preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of furfural.
GLUTARALDEHYDE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2 or 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of glutaraldehyde when labelled with the statements:
                        IRRITANT; and
                        Avoid contact with eyes.
GLYCERYL THIOGLYCOLLATE in hair waving preparations except when labelled with directions for use that include the statement:
            Wear protective gloves when using.  Keep out of eyes.
GLYCOLIC ACID (including its salts and esters) in cosmetic products or when packed and labelled for use as an agricultural chemical except:
a)      in cosmetic preparations for salon use only, when labelled in accordance with Safe Work Australia’s National Code of Practice for the Labelling of Workplace Substances [NOHSC:2012(1994)];
b)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of glycolic acid; or
c)      in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of glycolic acid with a pH of 3.5 or greater.
GUANIDINE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4; or
b)      in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of guanidine.
GUAZATINE.
HALOXON.
HALOXYFOP.
HEPTACHLOR.
HEXACHLOROPHANE in preparations for the treatment of animals.
HEXAZINONE except when included in Schedule 5.
HEXYLOXYETHANOL   except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of hexyloxyethanol.
HYDRAMETHYLNON except when included in Schedule 5.
HYDRAZINE.
HYDROCHLORIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in preparations for therapeutic use; or
c)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of hydrochloric acid (HCl).
HYDROFLUORIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) and admixtures that generate hydrofluoric acid, in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of hydrogen fluoride except when included in Schedule 5.
 HYDROGEN PEROXIDE (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in hair dye preparations containing 6 per cent (20 volume) or less of hydrogen peroxide; or
c)      in other preparations containing 3 per cent (10 volume) or less of hydrogen peroxide.
HYDROQUINONE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2 or 4; or
b)      in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of hydroquinone.
HYDROSILICOFLUORIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of hydrosilicofluoric acid (H2SiF6) except when included in Schedule 5.
IMIDACLOPRID except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of imidacloprid.
IMIDOCARB.
IMINOCTADINE TRIALBESILATE.
IMIPROTHRIN except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of imiprothrin.
INDAZIFLAM.
INDOXACARB (includes the R and S enantiomers) except when included in Schedule 5.
IODINE (excluding its salts, derivatives and iodophors) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in solid or semi-solid preparations containing 2.5 per cent or less of available iodine.
IODOPHORS except in preparations containing 1.5 per cent or less of available iodine.
3-IODO-2-PROPYNYL BUTYL CARBAMATE (Iodocarb) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in aqueous preparations not for cosmetic use containing 10 per cent or less of 3-iodo-2-propynyl butyl carbamate (Iodocarb); or
c)      in cosmetic preparations (other than aerosolised preparations) containing 0.1 per cent or less of 3-iodo-2-propynyl butyl carbamate. 
IOXYNIL.
IPCONAZOLE except when included in Schedule 5.
IRON COMPOUNDS (excluding up to 1 per cent of iron oxides when present as an excipient) for the treatment of animals except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in liquid or gel preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of iron; or
c)      in animal feeds or feed premixes.
ISOCONAZOLE for the external treatment of animals.
ISOCYANATES, free organic, boiling below 300° C, except in:
a)      viscous polyurethane adhesives; or
b)      viscous polyurethane sealants;
       containing not more than 0.7 per cent of free organic isocyanates boiling below 300°C.
ISOEUGENOL except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of isoeugenol.
LAMBDA-CYHALOTHRIN:
a)      in aqueous preparations containing 25 per cent or less of microencapsulated lambda-cyhalothrin; or
b)      in other preparations containing 1.6 per cent or less of lambda-cyhalothrin
       except when included in Schedule 5
LASALOCID except in animal feeds containing 100 mg/kg or less of antibiotic substances.
LAURETH CARBOXYLIC ACIDS (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      in leave-on preparations containing 1.5 per cent or less of laureth carboxylic acids;
b)      in wash-off preparations containing 30 per cent or less of laureth carboxylic acids and, if containing more than 5 per cent of laureth carboxylic acids, when labelled with a warning to the following effect:
                        IF IN EYES WASH OUT IMMEDIATELY WITH WATER; or
c)      in other preparations containing 30 per cent or less of laureth carboxylic acids and, if containing more than 5 per cent of laureth carboxylic acids, when labelled with warnings to the following effect:
                        IF IN EYES WASH OUT IMMEDIATELY WITH WATER; and
                        IF SKIN OR HAIR CONTACT OCCURS, REMOVE CONTAMINATED                   CLOTHING AND FLUSH SKIN AND HAIR WITH RUNNING WATER.
LAURYL ISOQUINOLINIUM BROMIDE.
 LEAD COMPOUNDS except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4 or 5;
b)      in paints, tinters, inks or ink additives;
c)      in preparations for cosmetic use containing 100 mg/kg or less of lead;
d)      in pencil cores, finger colours, showcard colours, pastels, crayons, poster paints/colours or coloured chalks containing 100 mg/kg or less of lead; or
e)               in ceramic glazes when labelled with the warning statement:
                        CAUTION  Harmful if swallowed. Do not use on surfaces which contact food                   or drink.
                        written in letters not less than 1.5 mm in height.
LEPTOSPERMUM SCOPARIUM OIL (manuka oil) except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
c)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN;
d)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and labelled with the warnings;
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN; or
e)      in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of Leptospermum scoparium oil.
LEVAMISOLE for the treatment of animals except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4 or 5; or
b)      in preparations for the treatment of ornamental birds or ornamental fish, in packs containing 10 mg or less of levamisole.
LINDANE except when included in Schedule 2, 4 or 5.
MAFENIDE when packed and labelled for the treatment of ornamental fish only.
MALATHION except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      for human therapeutic use; or
c)      in dust preparations containing 2 per cent or less of malathion.
MCPA except when included in Schedule 5.
MEBENDAZOLE for the treatment of animals except when included in Schedule 5.
MECOPROP except when included in Schedule 5.
MECOPROP-P.
MEFLUIDIDE.
MELALEUCA OIL (tea tree oil) except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
c)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN;
d)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 25 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN; or
e)      in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of melaleuca oil.
MELENGESTROL ACETATE when used as an animal feed additive.
MENAZON.
MERCAPTOACETIC ACID and its salts, but excluding its derivatives, in cosmetic preparations except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5
b)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of mercaptoacetic acid or its salts (as mercapturic acid).
2-MERCAPTOETHANOL in preparations for use as insect lures.
MERCURIC OXIDE for the treatment of animals, in preparations for ocular use.
MERCUROCHROME for the treatment of animals, in preparations for topical use.
METACRESOLSULPHONIC ACID AND FORMALDEHYDE CONDENSATION PRODUCT for the treatment of animals.
METALAXYL except when included in Schedule 5.
METALDEHYDE except when included in Schedule 5.
METHACRIFOS in preparations containing 60 per cent or less of methacrifos.
METHAM.
METHANOL (excluding its derivatives) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;  or
b)      in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of methanol.
METHIOCARB in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of methiocarb except when included in Schedule 5.
METHOMYL in fly-baits containing 1 per cent or less of methomyl and not less than 0.002 per cent of denatonium benzoate as a bittering agent.
METHYLCYCLOPENTADIENYL MANGANESE TRICARBONYL in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl when fitted with a child-resistant closure.
METHYLDIBROMO GLUTARONITRILE except in preparations intended to be in contact with the skin, including cosmetic use.
METHYLENE BISTHIOCYANATE except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of methylene bisthiocyanate.
METHYLEUGENOL except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of methyleugenol.
METHYL ETHYL KETONE OXIME except:
a)      in viscous silicone adhesives or viscous silicone sealants containing 2.5 per cent or less of methyl ethyl ketone oxime; or
b)      in other preparations conting 1 per cent or less of methyl ethyl ketone oxime.
METHYL ISOTHIOCYANATE.
METHYL METHACRYLATE (excluding its derivatives) except:
a)      for cosmetic use; or
b)      in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of methyl methacrylate as residual monomer in a polymer.
METHYL NEODECANAMIDE except in liquid preparations containing 2 per cent or less of methyl neodecanamide.
METHYLNORBORNYLPYRIDINE.
N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of designated solvents.
METHYL SALICYLATE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in preparations for therapeutic use; or
c)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of methyl salicylate.
METOFLUTHRIN except when included in Schedule 5.
METOSULAM.
METRAFENONE except when included in Schedule 5.
METRIBUZIN.
MICONAZOLE for the external treatment of animals.
MILBEMECTIN except when included in Schedule 5.
MONENSIN:
a)      in animal feed premixes containing 12.5 per cent or less of antibiotic substances; or
b)      in stockfeed supplements, blocks or licks containing 0.75 per cent or less of antibiotic substances.
MORANTEL except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of morantel.
MOXIDECTIN for external use:
a)      in preparations containing 2.5 per cent or less of moxidectin when packed in single dose tubes for the treatment of cats and dogs; or
b)      in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of moxidectin for the treatment of animals,
       except when included in Schedule 5.
MSMA in herbicide or defoliant preparations containing 10 per cent or less of MSMA.
NALED except when included in Schedule 5.
NAPHTHALENE (excluding its derivatives) except in liquid hydrocarbons as an impurity.
NAPHTHALOPHOS in preparations containing 80 per cent or less of naphthalophos.
NARASIN in animal feed premixes containing 12 per cent or less of narasin.
NETOBIMIN for the treatment of animals except when included in Schedule 5.
NICKEL SULFATE.
NICOTINE in preparations containing 3 per cent or less of nicotine when labelled and packed for the treatment of animals.
NIMIDANE in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of nimidane.
NITENPYRAM except in divided preparations containing 100 mg or less of nitenpyram.
NITRIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of nitric acid (HNO3).
NITROBENZENE except:
a)      in solid or semi-solid polishes;
b)      in soaps containing 1 per cent or less of nitrobenzene; or
c)      in other preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of nitrobenzene.
NITROPHENOLS, ortho, meta and para, except when separately specified in these Schedules.
NITROPRUSSIDES in preparations containing 2.5 per cent or less of nitroprussides except when included in Schedule 4.
NITROXYNIL.
NONOXINOL 9 except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of nonoxinol 9 when labelled with the statements:
                        IRRITANT; and
                        Avoid contact with eyes;
c)      in preparations containing 12.5 per cent or less of nonoxinol 9; or
d)      in preparations for human use.
1-OCTEN-3-OL except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of 1-octen-3-ol.
OCTHILINONE except in paints, jointing compounds and sealants containing 1 per cent or less of octhilinone calculated on the non-volatile content.
N-(N-OCTYL)-2-PYRROLIDONE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 25 per cent or less of designated solvents.
OLAQUINDOX except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of olaquindox.
N-OLEYL-1,3-DIAMINOPROPANE.
OMETHOATE in preparations containing 30 per cent or less of omethoate except when included in Schedule 5.
OXADIAZON.
OXALIC ACID except
a)      in dental care preparations, including mouthwashes, containing 3 per cent or less of soluble salts of oxalic acid; or
b)      its insoluble salts.
OXYCLOZANIDE.
PAECILOMYCES LILACINUS STRAIN 251.
 PARAFORMALDEHYDE (excluding its derivatives) in preparations containing 0.05 per cent or more of free formaldehyde except:
a)      for human therapeutic use;
b)      in oral hygiene preparations;
c)      in nail hardener cosmetic preparations containing 5 per cent or more of free formaldehyde;
d)      in nail hardener cosmetic preparations containing 0.2 per cent or less of free formaldehyde when labelled with the statement:
                        PROTECT CUTICLES WITH GREASE OR OIL;
e)      in all other cosmetic preparations; or
f)       in other preparations containing 0.2 per cent or less of free formaldehyde when labelled with the warning statement:
                        CONTAINS FORMALDEHYDE.
PARATHION-METHYL in aqueous preparations containing 45 per cent or less of microencapsulated parathion-methyl.
PARBENDAZOLE.
PEBULATE.
PENNYROYAL OIL except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN; or
c)      in preparations containing 4 per cent or less of d-pulegone.
PENTACHLOROPHENOL in preparations containing 1.5 per cent or less of pentachlorophenol.
PERACETIC ACID except when included in Schedule 5.
PERFLUIDONE.
PERMANGANATES except potassium permanganate in aqueous solutions containing 1 per cent or less of potassium permanganate.
PERMETHRIN except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4 or 5;
b)      in preparations for human therapeutic use containing 5 per cent or less of permethrin; or
c)      in preparations containing 2 per cent or less of permethrin.
2-PHENOXYETHANOL except:
a)      in cosmetic preparations containing 1 per cent or less of 2-phenoxyethanol; or
b)      in other preparations containing 15 per cent or less of 2-phenoxyethanol.
PHENOL, including cresols and xylenols and any other homologue of phenol boiling below 220°C, except:           
a)      when separately specified in these Schedules;
b)      when included in Schedule 5; or
c)      in preparations containing 3 per cent or less of such substances.
PHENOTHIAZINE (excluding its derivatives) except in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of phenothiazine.
†PHENYLENEDIAMINES including alkylated, arylated and nitro derivatives not elsewhere specified in these Schedules:
a)      in preparations packed and labelled for photographic purposes;
b)      in preparations packed and labelled for testing water except tablets containing 10 mg or less of diethyl-para-phenylenediamine or dimethyl-para-phenylenediamine in opaque strip packaging provided the directions for use include the statement, “Do not discard testing solutions into the pool”;
c)      in hair dye preparations except when the immediate container and primary pack are          labelled with the following statements:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN, and
                        WARNING ‒ This product contains ingredients which may cause skin                                   irritation to certain individuals. A preliminary test according to the                                   accompanying directions should be made before use. This product must not be               used for dyeing eyelashes or eyebrows; to do so may be injurious to the eye.
                        written in letters not less than 1.5 mm in height; or
d)      in eyelash and eyebrow tinting products when the immediate container and primary pack are labelled with the following statement:
                        WARNING ‒ This product contains ingredients which may cause skin                                   irritation to certain individuals, and when used for eyelash and eyebrow tinting               may cause injury to the eye. A preliminary test according to the accompanying                 directions should be made before use.
                        written in letters not less than 1.5 mm in height.
PHOSALONE.
PHOSMET.
PHOSPHORIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in preparations containing 15 per cent or less of phosphoric acid (H3PO4);
c)      in solid or semi-solid preparations; or
d)      in professional dental kits.
PHOXIM.
ortho-PHTHALALDEHYDE except when included in Schedule 5.
PINDONE.
PINE OILs when packed and labelled as a herbicide except when included in Schedule 5.
PINOXADEN except when included in Schedule 5.
PIPEROPHOS.
PIRIMICARB except when included in Schedule 5.
PIRIMIPHOS-ETHYL.
PIRIMIPHOS-METHYL.
POLIHEXANIDE except:
a)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of polihexanide; or
b)      when packed and labelled for therapeutic use.
POLIXETONIUM SALTS except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of polixetonium salts.
POTASSIUM AZELOYL DIGLYCINATE except in preparations for cosmetic use containing 1 per cent or less of potassium azeloyl diglycinate.
POTASSIUM BROMATE except in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of potassium bromate.
POTASSIUM CYANATE.
 POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of potassium hydroxide being:
i)        solid preparations, the pH of which in a 10 g/L aqueous solution is 11.5 or less; or
ii)      liquid or semi-solid preparations, the pH of which is 11.5 or less; or
c)      in liquid or semi-solid food additive preparations, the pH of which is more than 11.5, for domestic use.
POTASSIUM NITRITE in preparations containing 40 per cent or less of potassium nitrite except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of potassium nitrite;
c)      when present as an excipient in preparations for therapeutic use; or
d)      in aerosols containing 2 per cent or less of potassium nitrite.
POTASSIUM PEROXOMONOSULFATE TRIPLE SALT except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in solid orthodontic device cleaning preparations, the pH of which as an “in-use” aqueous solution is 2.5 or more, but not more than 11.5; or
c)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of potassium peroxomonosulfate triple salt being:
i)        solid preparations, the pH of which in a 10 g/L aqueous solution is 2.5 or more; or
ii)      liquid or semi-solid preparations, the pH of which is 2.5 or more.
POTASSIUM PERSULFATE in hair preparations.
PRALLETHRIN (cis:trans=20:80) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in insecticidal mats containing 1 per cent or less of prallethrin.
PROCHLORAZ.
PROFENOFOS.
PROMACYL.
PROPACHLOR.
PROPARGITE.
PROPETAMPHOS.
PROPICONAZOLE except when included in Schedule 5.
PROPINEB.
PROPIONIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in preparations containing 30 per cent or less of propionic acid; or
c)      for therapeutic use.
PROPOXUR except when included in Schedule 5.
PROQUINAZID.
PROSULFOCARB.
PROSULFURON.
PROTHIOFOS.
d-PULEGONE except in preparations containing 4 per cent or less of d- pulegone.
PYRACLOFOS.
PYRAZOPHOS.
PYRIDABEN except when included in Schedule 5.
PYRIDALYL.
PYRIDATE.
PYRIPROLE.
PYRITHIONE COPPER.
PYRITHIONE ZINC except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2 or 5;
b)      for human use in preparations for the treatment of the scalp containing 2 per cent or less of pyrithione zinc when compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
c)      in semi-solid hair preparations for animal use;
d)      in shampoos for animal use containing 2 per cent or less of pyrithione zinc when labelled with the statements “Keep out of eyes” and “If in eyes rinse well with water”;
e)      when immobilised in solid preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of pyrithione zinc; or
f)       in paints, jointing materials or sealants containing 0.1 per cent or less of pyrithione zinc calculated on the non-volatile content.
PYRIOFENONE.
PYROXASULFONE.
PYROXSULAM.
QUATERNARY AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS except:
a)      when separately specified in these Schedules;
b)      when included in Schedule 5;
c)      dialkyl or dialkoyl quaternary ammonium compounds where the alkyl or alkoyl groups are derived from tallow or hydrogenated tallow or similar chain length (C16/C18) sources; or
d)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of such quaternary ammonium compounds.
QUIZALOFOP ETHYL.
QUIZALOFOP-P-ETHYL except when included in Schedule 5.
QUIZALOFOP-P-TEFURYL.
RESMETHRIN except when included in Schedule 5.
ROTENONE except in solid or semi-solid preparations containing 2 per cent or less of rotenone.
 SAFROLE except:
a)      for internal use; or
b)      in other preparations containing 1 per cent or less of safrole.
SAGE OIL (Dalmatian) except:
a)      in medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels;
b)      in preparations other than medicines for human therapeutic use, when packed in containers having a nominal capacity of 15 mL or less fitted with a restricted flow insert and a child-resistant closure and labelled with the warnings:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN; and
                        NOT TO BE TAKEN; or
c)      in preparations containing 4 per cent or less of thujone.
SALINOMYCIN in animal feed premixes containing 12 per cent or less of antibiotic substances.
SASSAFRAS OIL except:
a)      for internal use; or
b)      in other preparations containing 1 per cent or less of safrole.
SELENIUM:
a)      in preparations containing 2.5 per cent or less of selenium when packed and labelled:
i)        for the blueing of gun barrels;
ii)      for photographic purposes; or
iii)    for the colouring of lead or lead alloys;
b)      in coated granules containing 1 per cent or less of selenium for application to pasture except in fertilisers containing 200 g/tonne or less of selenium; or
c)      for the treatment of animals:
i)        in a drench, injection, paste, stocklick, vaccine or horse feed supplement containing 0.5 per cent or less of selenium;
ii)      in animal feed premixes containing 2 per cent or less of selenium for the preparation of feeds containing 1 g/tonne or less of selenium;
iii)    in controlled release bolus preparations containing 25 mg or less of selenium with a release rate not greater than 0.25 mg/day; or
iv)    as barium selenate in preparations for injection containing 5 per cent or less of selenium.
SEMDURAMICIN in animal feed premixes for coccidiosis prevention containing 5 per cent or less of antibiotic substances.
SILICOFLUORIDES except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 15 mg/kg or less of fluoride ion.
SILVER NITRATE except:
a)      when included in or expressly excluded from Schedule 2; or
b)      in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of silver.
SINBIOALLETHRIN except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of sinbioallethrin.
SODIUM ALUMINATE (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      in solid preparations, the pH of which in a 10 g/L aqueous solution is 11.5 or less; or
b)      in liquid preparations, the pH of which is 11.5 or less.
SODIUM BROMATE except in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of sodium bromate.
 SODIUM HYDROXIDE (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5;
b)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of sodium hydroxide being:
i)        solid preparations, the pH of which in a 10 g/L aqueous solution is 11.5 or less; or
ii)      liquid or semi-solid preparations, the pH of which is 11.5 or less; or
c)      liquid or semi-solid food additive preparations, the pH of which is more than 11.5, for domestic use.
SODIUM LAURYL SULFATE (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      in wash-off preparations containing 30 per cent or less of sodium lauryl sulfate and, if containing more than 5 per cent of sodium lauryl sulfate, when labelled with a warning to the following effect:
                        IF IN EYES WASH OUT IMMEDIATELY WITH WATER;
b)      in leave-on preparations containing 1.5 per cent or less of sodium lauryl sulfate;
c)      in toothpaste and oral hygiene preparations containing 5 per cent or less of sodium lauryl sulfate;
d)      in other preparations for animal use containing 2 per cent or less of sodium lauryl sulfate; or
e)      in other preparations containing 30 per cent or less of sodium lauryl sulfate and, if containing more than 5 per cent of sodium lauryl sulfate, when labelled with warnings to the following effect:
                        IF IN EYES WASH OUT IMMEDIATELY WITH WATER; and
                        IF SKIN OR HAIR CONTACT OCCURS, REMOVE CONTAMINATED                   CLOTHING AND FLUSH SKIN AND HAIR WITH RUNNING WATER.
SODIUM NITRITE in preparations containing 40 per cent or less of sodium nitrite except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2 or 5;
b)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of sodium nitrite;
c)      when present as an excipient in preparations for therapeutic use; or
d)      in aerosols containing 2 per cent or less of sodium nitrite.
SODIUM PERCARBONATE (CAS No. 15630-89-4) except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in preparations containing 15 per cent or less of sodium percarbonate.
SODIUM PERSULFATE:
a)      in hair preparations; or
b)      in products for the treatment of water for swimming pools and spas.
SODIUM SULFIDE in preparations for use as insect lures.
SPIROTETRAMAT.
SPIROXAMINE.
SULCOFURON in preparations for the treatment of carpets during manufacture.
SULFAMIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) except when included in Schedule 5.
SULFLURAMID.
SULFOXAFLOR except when included in Schedule 5.
SULFURIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) except:
a)      in fire extinguishers; or
b)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of sulfuric acid (H2SO4).
SULFURYL FLUORIDE.
SULPROFOS.
2,4,5-T.
N-TALLOW ALKYL-1,3-PROPANEDIAMINE DIACETATE and TALLOW ALKYLAMINE ACETATES.
TAR ACIDS distilling within the range 230-290°C inclusive.
TCMTB (2-[thiocyanomethylthio]benzothiazole).
TDE (1,1-dichloro-2,2-bis[4-chlorophenyl]ethane)  except when included in Schedule 5.
TEBUFENPYRAD.
TEBUTHIURON.
TEMEPHOS except when in Schedule 5.
TERBUTHYLAZINE except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of terbuthylazine.
TERPENES, CHLORINATED.
TESTOSTERONE in implant preparations for use in animals.
TETRACHLOROETHYLENE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2 or 5;
b)      in preparations containing 6 per cent or less of tetrachloroethylene when absorbed into an inert solid; or
c)      in preparations for the treatment of animals.
TETRACONAZOLE except when included in Schedule 5.
TETRADIFON.
2,2’,6,6’-TETRAISOPROPYL-DIPHENYL-CARBODIIMIDE in amitraz formulations containing 2 per cent or less of 2,2’,6,6’-tetraisopropyl-diphenyl-carbodiimide.
TETRAMISOLE in preparations for the treatment of animals.
THIACLOPRID.
THIAMETHOXAM except when included in Schedule 5.
THIAZAFLURON.
THIODICARB except when included in Schedule 5.
THIOMETON.
THIOPHANATE-METHYL except when included in Schedule 5.
THIOUREA AND ALKYL THIOUREAS except:
a)      when separately specified in these Schedules; or
b)      for therapeutic use.
THIRAM except in paint containing 0.5 per cent or less of thiram.
THUJONE except in preparations containing 4 per cent or less of thujone.
THYMOL when packed and labelled for the control of Varroa mites in bee hives.
TOLUENE (excluding its derivatives) except in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of toluene or toluene and xylene.
TOLUENEDIAMINE not elsewhere specified in these Schedules:
a)      in hair dye preparations except when the immediate container and primary pack are labelled with the following statements:
                        KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN, and
                        WARNING  This product contains ingredients which may cause skin                                  irritation to certain individuals. A preliminary test according to the                                   accompanying directions should be made before use. This product must not be               used for dyeing eyelashes or eyebrows; to do so may be injurious to the eye.
                        written in letters not less than 1.5 mm in height; or
b)      in eyelash and eyebrow tinting products when the immediate container and primary pack are labelled with the following statement:
                        WARNING  This product contains ingredients which may cause skin                                  irritation to certain individuals, and when used for eyelash and eyebrow tinting               may cause injury to the eye. A preliminary test according to the accompanying                 directions should be made before use.
                        written in letters not less than 1.5 mm in height.
TOLYLFLUANID.
TRANSFLUTHRIN except:
a)      in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of transfluthrin; or
b)      in a cartridge for vaporiser use containing 600 mg or less of transfluthrin per cartridge.
TRIADIMEFON except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in fertilisers containing 5 g/kg or less of triadimefon.
TRICHLORFON except metrifonate included in Schedule 4.
TRICHLOROACETIC ACID except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4 or 5; or
b)      in human dermal preparations containing 12.5 per cent or less of trichloroacetic acid for the treatment of warts other than anogenital warts.
TRICHLOROETHYLENE except when included in Schedule 4.
TRICHLOROPHENOL.
TRICLABENDAZOLE except in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of triclabendazole.
TRICLOPYR.
TRICLOSAN in cosmetic preparations for human use containing more than 0.3 per cent of triclosan.
TRIDEMORPH.
TRIETHYL PHOSPHATE.
TRIFLUOROMETHANESULFONIC ACID.
TRINITROPHENOL (excluding its derivatives) except:
            (a)        in preparations for human therapeutic use; or
            (b)        in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of trinitrophenol.
TRISODIUM NITRILOTRIACETATE except in preparations containing 20 per cent or less of trisodium nitrilotriacetate.
VAMIDOTHION.
WARFARIN except when included in Schedule 4 or 5.
XYLENE (excluding its derivatives) except in preparations containing 50 per cent or less of xylene or xylene and toluene.
ZERANOL in ear implants for use as a growth promotant in steer cattle.
ZETA-CYPERMETHRIN in preparations containing 10 per cent or less of zeta-cypermethrin.
ZINC BORATE (excluding its derivatives) for use as an agricultural chemical.
ZINC CHLORIDE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2; or
b)      in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of zinc chloride.
ZINC para-PHENOLSULFONATE except in preparations containing 5 per cent or less of zinc para-phenolsulfonate.
ZINC SULFATE except:
a)      when included in or expressly excluded from Schedule 4; or
b)      in other preparations containing 5 per cent or less of zinc sulfate.
ZIRAM in granular preparations.
SCHEDULE 7
 ABAMECTIN except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
ACIBENZOLAR-S-METHYL.
ACRIFLAVINE for veterinary use except when in Schedule 5.
ACROLEIN.
ACRYLONITRILE.
ALACHLOR.
ALDICARB.
ALDOXYCARB.
ALLYL ALCOHOL.
ALPHA-CYPERMETHRIN except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
AMINACRINE for veterinary use except when included in Schedule 5.
AMINOCARB except when included in Schedule 6.
4-AMINOPYRIDINE except when included in Schedule 4.
AMITON.
ARPRINOCID.
ARSENIC except:
a)      when separately specified in this Schedule;
b)      when included in Schedule 4 or 6;
c)      as selenium arsenide in photocopier drums;
d)      as 10,10’-oxydiphenoxarsine in silicone rubber mastic containing 120 mg/kg or less of arsenic;
e)      as 10,10’-oxydiphenoxarsine contained in polyvinyl chloride and polyurethane extruded and moulded articles containing 160 mg/kg or less of arsenic other than when included in articles:
i)        in contact with food stuffs, animal feeds or potable water;
ii)      of clothing and footwear in contact with the skin;
iii)    used as infant wear; or
iv)    intended for use as packaging materials;
f)       in animal feeds containing 75 g/tonne or less of arsenic; or
g)      in paints containing 0.1 per cent or less of arsenic calculated on the non-volatile content of the paint.
AZAFENIDIN.
AZINPHOS-ETHYL.
AZINPHOS-METHYL.
AZOCYCLOTIN.
BENDIOCARB except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
BENOMYL except in paints containing 0.5 per cent or less of benomyl.
BENZENE (excluding its derivatives) except:
a)      preparations containing 15 mL/L or less of benzene; or
b)      petrol containing 50 mL/L or less of benzene.
BENZIDINE-BASED AZO DYES being:
2,2'-[[1,1'-biphenyl]-4,4'-diylbis(azo)]bis[N-(4-chlorophenyl)-3-oxobutanamide]
CAS No. 94249-03-3
Acid Red 85 (Acid Fast Red A)
1,3-Naphthalenedisulfonic acid, 7-hydroxy-8-[[4'-[[4-[[(4-methylphenyl)sulfonyl]oxy]phenyl]azo][1,1'-biphenyl]-4-yl]azo]-, disodium salt
CAS No. 3567-65-5
C.I Acid Black 29
Direct Black 38
2,7-Naphthalenedisulfonic acid, 4-amino-3-[[4'-[(2,4-diaminophenyl)azo][1,1'-biphenyl]-4-yl]azo]-5-hydroxy-6-(phenylazo)-, disodium salt
CAS No. 1937-37-7
Direct Blue 2
2,7-Naphthalenedisulfonic acid, 5-amino-3-[[4'-[(7-amino-1-hydroxy-3-sulfo-2-naphthalenyl)azo][1,1'-biphenyl]-4-yl]azo]-4-hydroxy-, trisodium salt
CAS No. 2429-73-4
Direct Blue 6
2,7-Naphthalenedisulfonic acid, 3,3'-[[1,1'-biphenyl]-4,4'-diylbis(azo)]bis[5-amino-4-hydroxy-, tetrasodium salt
CAS No. 2602-46-2
Direct Brown 2
5-[[4'-[(7-amino-1-hydroxy-3-sulfo-2-naphthalenyl)azo][1,1'-biphenyl]-4-yl]azo]-2-hydroxy- benzoic acid disodium salt
CAS No. 2429-82-5
Direct Brown 95
Cuprate(2-), [5-[[4'-[[2,6-dihydroxy-3-[(2-hydroxy-5-sulfophenyl)azo]phenyl]azo][1,1'-biphenyl]-4-yl]azo]-2-hydroxybenzoato(4-)]-, disodium salt
CAS No. 16071-86-6
Direct Green 1
2,7-Naphthalenedisulfonic acid, 4-amino-5-hydroxy-3-[[4'-[(4-hydroxyphenyl)azo][1,1'-biphenyl]-4-yl]azo]-6-(phenylazo)-, disodium salt
CAS No. 3626-28-6
Direct Green 6
2,7-Naphthalenedisulfonic acid, 4-amino-5-hydroxy-6-[[4'-[(4-hydroxyphenyl)azo][1,1'-biphenyl]-4-yl]azo]-3-[(4-nitrophenyl)azo]-, disodium salt
CAS No. 4335-09-5
Direct Red 28 (Congo Red)
1-Naphthalenesulfonic acid, 3,3'-[[1,1'-biphenyl]-4,4'-diylbis(azo)]bis[4-amino-, disodium salt
CAS No. 573-58-0
Direct Red 37
1,3-Naphthalenedisulfonic acid, 8-[[4'-[(4-ethoxyphenyl)azo][1,1'-biphenyl]-4-yl]azo]-7-hydroxy-, disodium salt
CAS No. 3530-19-6
BENZIDINE-CONGENER (3,3’-disubstituted) AZO DYES.
BETACYFLUTHRIN except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
BIFENTHRIN except:
            (a)        when included in Schedule 6; or
            (b)        in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of bifenthrin.
BIFLUORIDES (including ammonium, potassium and sodium salts) except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
BORON TRIFLUORIDE except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
BRODIFACOUM except when included in Schedule 6.
BROMADIOLONE except when included in Schedule 6.
BROMETHALIN except when included in Schedule 6.
BROMINE (excluding its salts and derivatives).
BRUCINE except in alcohol containing 0.02 per cent or less of brucine as a denaturant.
CACODYLIC ACID except:
a)      when included in Schedule 6; or
b)      in animal feeds containing 75 g/tonne or less of arsenic.
CADUSAFOS except when included in Schedule 6.
CALCIFEROL for use as a rodenticide except when included in Schedule 6.
CAPTAFOL.
CARBADOX.
CARBENDAZIM except in paints, jointing compounds and sealants containing 0.1 per cent or less of carbendazim.
CARBOFURAN.
CARBON TETRACHLORIDE except in chlorinated rubber based paint containing 1 per cent or less of carbon tetrachloride.
CARBONYL SULFIDE when packed and labelled for use as a fumigant.
CARBOPHENOTHION.
CARBOSULFAN.
CHLORDECONE.
CHLORDIMEFORM.
CHLORFENAPYR except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
CHLORFENVINPHOS.
CHLORINE (excluding its salts and derivatives).
CHLORHEXIDINE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5 or 6;
b)      in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of chlorhexidine; or
c)      in solid preparations.
CHLOROMETHIURON.
5-CHLORO-3-METHYL-4-NITROPYRAZOLE.
4-CHLORO-o-TOLUIDINE.
CHLOROPICRIN except when included in Schedule 6.
CHLORTHIOPHOS.
COLECALCIFEROL for use as a rodenticide.
COUMAPHOS except when included in Schedule 6.
COUMATETRALYL except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
CREOSOTE derived from coal.
CREOSOTE derived from beechwood.
CYANIDES, metallic except:
a)      ferricyanides;
b)      ferrocyanides; or
c)      when separately specified in these Schedules.
CYANOGEN.
CYHALOTHRIN (aRS,1R,cis,Z):(aRS,1S,cis,Z) = 50:50.
CYHEXATIN.
DELTAMETHRIN except:
a)      when included in Schedules 5 or 6; or
b)      in factory prepared mosquito nets containing 1 per cent or less of deltamethrin; or
c)      in preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of deltamethrin.
DEMETON.
DEMETON-O-METHYL.
DEMETON-S-METHYL.
DIALIFOS.
4,4-DIAMINODIPHENYLMETHANE (Methylene dianiline).
1,2-DIBROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE.
1,3-DICHLOROPROPENE.
DICHLORVOS except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
DICROTOPHOS.
DIFENACOUM except when included in Schedule 6.
DIFETHIALONE except when included in Schedule 6.
DIMEFOX.
4-DIMETHYLAMINOAZOBENZENE (N,N-dimethyl-4-[phenylazo]-benzenamine).
DIMETHYL SULFATE.
DIMETILAN.
DINITROCRESOLS except when included in Schedule 4 or 6.
DINITROPHENOLS except when included in Schedule 4 or 6.
DINOCAP.
DINOSEB.
DIQUAT except when included in Schedule 6.
DISULFOTON except when included in Schedule 6.
DORAMECTIN except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
DSMA except when included in Schedule 6.
EMAMECTIN except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
ENDOSULFAN except when included in Schedule 6.
ENDOTHAL except when included in Schedule 6.
ENDRIN.
EPICHLOROHYDRIN.
EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR except in preparations for human therapeutic use.
EPRINOMECTIN except when included in Schedule 5.
ETACONAZOLE.
ETHION.
ETHOPROPHOS except when included in Schedule 6.
2-ETHOXYETHANOL and its acetates except in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of 2-ethoxyethanol.
ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE.
ETHYLENE OXIDE.
FAMPHUR except when included in Schedule 6.
FENAMIPHOS except when included in Schedule 6.
FENOXACRIM except:
a)      when included in Schedule 6; or
b)      in treated carpets.
FENSULFOTHION.
FENTHION except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
FENTHION-ETHYL.
FLOCOUMAFEN except when included in Schedule 6.
FLUCOFURON except:
a)      when included in Schedule 6; or
b)      in treated carpets.
FLUCYTHRINATE.
FLUMIOXAZIN except when included in Schedule 6.
FLUOROACETAMIDE.
FLUOROACETIC ACID.
FOLPET.
FORMETANATE.
FOSTHIAZATE.
FURATHIOCARB except when included in Schedule 5.
GAMMA-CYHALOTHRIN except when included in Schedule 5.
HALOFUGINONE except when included in Schedule 4.
HALOGENATED DIBENZODIOXINS AND DIBENZOFURANS.
HCB.
HYDROCARBONS LIQUID AROMATIC (including aromatic extract oils), any fraction of which boils above 350°C except:
a)      when in solid polymers;
b)      when containing 1 per cent or less of total polycyclic aromatic compounds as measured by IP 346; or
c)      when having a Mutagenicity Index of zero as measured by ASTM E1687-95.
HYDROCYANIC ACID except:
a)      when included in Schedule 4; or
b)      its salts and derivatives other than cyanides separately specified in this Schedule.
HYDROFLUORIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
HYDROGEN SULFIDE.
HYDROSILICOFLUORIC ACID (excluding its salts and derivatives) except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
IODOMETHANE.
ISOCARBOPHOS.
ISOFENPHOS.
ISOPROTURON.
IVERMECTIN except when included in Schedule 4 or 5.
LAMBDA-CYHALOTHRIN except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
LEPTOPHOS.
LITHIUM PERFLUOROOCTANE SULFONATE except in sealed bait stations containing 1 per cent or less of lithium perfluorooctane sulfonate.
MADURAMICIN except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5; or
b)      in animal feeds containing 5 mg/kg or less of antibiotic substances.
MALACHITE GREEN for veterinary use except when included in Schedule 5.
MAZIDOX.
MECARBAM.
2-METHOXYETHANOL and its acetates except in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or les of 2-methoxyethanol.
MERCURIC CHLORIDE when prepared for use for agricultural, industrial, pastoral or horticultural purposes.
MERCURY except:
a)      when separately specified in this Schedule;
b)      when included in Schedule 2, 4 or 6;
c)      in preparations containing 0.01 per cent or less of mercury in organic form as a preservative;
d)      mercury (metallic) in scientific instruments;
e)      dental amalgams; or
f)       in a sealed device, for therapeutic use, which prevents access to the mercury.
METHACRIFOS except when included in Schedule 6.
METHAMIDOPHOS.
METHAPYRILENE.
METHAZOLE.
METHIDATHION.
METHIOCARB except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
METHOMYL except when included in Schedule 6.
METHOXYETHYLMERCURIC ACETATE.
METHOXYETHYLMERCURIC CHLORIDE.
METHYL BROMIDE.
METHYLCYCLOPENTADIENYL MANGANESE TRICARBONYL except:
a)      when included in Schedule 6;
b)      when used in laboratory analysis; or
c)      when packed for industrial use in containers with a nominal capacity of 100 L or more.
4,4’-METHYLENEBIS[2-CHLOROANILINE] (MOCA).
METHYLENE BLUE for veterinary use except when included in Schedules 4 or 5.
MEVINPHOS.
MIPAFOX.
MIREX.
MOLINATE.
MONOCROTOPHOS.
MOXIDECTIN except when included in Schedule 4, 5 or 6.
MSMA except when included in Schedule 6.
NAPHTHALOPHOS except when included in Schedule 6.
NICOTINE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 6;
b)      in preparations for human therapeutic use; or
c)      in tobacco prepared and packed for smoking.
NIMIDANE except when included in Schedule 6.
NITROFEN.
NITROPRUSSIDES except when included in Schedule 4 or 6.
2-NITROTOLUENE.
OMETHOATE except when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
OXAMYL.
OXYDEMETON METHYL.
PARAQUAT.
PARATHION.
PARATHION-METHYL except when included in Schedule 6.
PENTACHLOROPHENOL except when included in Schedule 6.
PHENYLMERCURIC ACETATE except in preparations containing 0.01 per cent or less of mercury as a preservative.
PHORATE.
PHOSFOLAN.
PHOSPHIDES, METALLIC.
PHOSPHINE.
PHOSPHORUS, YELLOW (excluding its salts and derivatives).
POTASSIUM NITRITE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 5 or 6;
b)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of potassium nitrite;
c)      when present as an excipient in preparations for therapeutic use; or
d)      in aerosols containing 2 per cent or less of potassium nitrite.
PROCYMIDONE.
PROPYLENE OXIDE.
PYRINURON.
QUININE for veterinary use except when included in Schedule 5.
SAFLUFENACIL except when included in Schedule 5.
SCHRADAN.
SELENIUM except:
a)      when included in Schedule 6;
b)      as selenium arsenide in photocopier drums;
c)      in preparations for therapeutic use other than:
i)        drench concentrates containing 2.5 per cent or less of selenium; or
ii)      pour-on preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of selenium;
d)      in paints or tinters containing 0.1 per cent or less of selenium calculated on the non-volatile content of the paint or tinter; or
e)      in fertilisers containing 200 g/tonne or less of selenium.
SEMDURAMICIN except:
a)      when included in Schedule 6; or
b)      in animal feeds containing 25 mg/kg or less of antibiotic substances.
SODIUM NITRITE except:
a)      when included in Schedule 2, 5 or 6;
b)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of sodium nitrite;
c)      when present as an excipient in preparations for therapeutic use; or
d)      in aerosols containing 2 per cent or less of sodium nitrite.
STRYCHNINE except when included in Schedule 4.
SULCOFURON except:
a)      when included in Schedule 6; or
b)      in treated carpets.
SULFENTRAZONE.
SULFOTEP.
TEFLUTHRIN except when included in Schedule 5.
TEPP.
TERBUFOS.
TETRACHLOROETHANE.
2,2’,6,6’-TETRAISOPROPYL-DIPHENYL-CARBODIIMIDE except when included in Schedule 6.
THALLIUM.
THIOFANOX.
TIN ORGANIC COMPOUNDS, being dialkyl, trialkyl and triphenyl tin compounds where the alkyl group is methyl, ethyl, propyl or butyl except:
a)      when separately specified in this Schedule;
b)      in plastics;
c)      in semi-solid sealants, adhesives or elastomers containing 1 per cent or less of the dialkyl, trialkyl or triphenyl tin component; or
d)      in paint containing 1 per cent or less of such compounds calculated as tin in the non-volatile content of the paint.
ortho-TOLIDINE except in solid-state diagnostic therapeutic reagents.
TRIAMIPHOS.
TRIAZBUTIL.
TRIBUFOS (S,S,S-tributylphosphorotrithioate).
VINCLOZOLIN.
VINYL CHLORIDE.
ZETA-CYPERMETHRIN except when included in Schedule 6.
ZIRAM except when included in Schedule 6.
SCHEDULE 8
ACETYLDIHYDROCODEINE.
ACETYLMETHADOL.
ACETYLMORPHINES.
ALFENTANIL.
ALPHACETYLMETHADOL.
ALPHAPRODINE.
# ALPRAZOLAM.
AMPHETAMINE.
AMYLOBARBITONE except when included in Schedule 4.
ANILERIDINE.
BENZYLMORPHINE.
BEZITRAMIDE.
BUPRENORPHINE.
BUTOBARBITONE.
BUTORPHANOL.
CARFENTANYL.
COCAINE.
CODEINE except when included in Schedule 2, 3 or 4.
CODEINE-N-OXIDE.
CONCENTRATE OF POPPY STRAW (the material arising when poppy straw has entered into a process for concentration of its alkaloids).
4-CYANO-1-METHYL-4-PHENYLPIPERIDINE (Pethidine intermediate A).
CYCLOBARBITONE.
DEXAMPHETAMINE.
DEXTROMORAMIDE.
DEXTROPROPOXYPHENE except when included in Schedule 4.
DIFENOXIN except when included in Schedule 4.
DIHYDROCODEINE except when included in Schedule 2, 3 or 4.
DIHYDROMORPHINE.
DIPHENOXYLATE except when included in Schedule 3 or 4.
DIPIPANONE.
# DRONABINOL (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) when prepared and packed for therapeutic use.
DROTEBANOL.
ETHYLAMPHETAMINE.
ETHYLMORPHINE except when included in Schedule 2 or 4.
FENTANYL.
# FLUNITRAZEPAM.
HYDROCODONE.
HYDROMORPHINOL.
HYDROMORPHONE.
KETAMINE.
LEVAMPHETAMINE.
LEVOMETHAMPHETAMINE.
LEVOMORAMIDE.
LEVORPHANOL (excluding its stereoisomers).
LISDEXAMFETAMINE.
METHADONE.
METHYLAMPHETAMINE.
METHYLDIHYDROMORPHINE.
METHYLPHENIDATE.
1-METHYL-4-PHENYLPIPERIDINE-4-CARBOXYLIC ACID (Pethidine intermediate C).
MORPHINE.
MORPHINE METHOBROMIDE.
MORPHINE-N-OXIDE.
NABILONE.
# NABIXIMOLS (botanical extract of Cannabis sativa which includes the following cannabinoids: tetrahydrocannabinol, cannabidiol, cannabinol, cannabigerol, cannabichromene, cannabidiolic acid, tetrahydrocannabinolic acid, tetrahydrocannabivarol, and cannabidivarol, where tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabidiol (in approximately equal proportions) comprise not less than 90 per cent of the total cannabinoid content) in a buccal spray for human therapeutic use.
NORCODEINE.
NORMETHADONE.
OPIUM except the alkaloids noscapine in Schedule 2 and papaverine when included in Schedule 2 or 4.
OXYCODONE.
OXYMORPHONE.
PENTAZOCINE.
PENTOBARBITONE except when included in Schedule 4.
PETHIDINE.
PHENDIMETRAZINE.
PHENMETRAZINE.
PHENOPERIDINE.
4-PHENYLPIPERIDINE-4-CARBOXYLIC ACID ETHYL ESTER (Pethidine intermediate B).
PHOLCODINE except when included in Schedule 2 or 4.
PIRITRAMIDE.
PROPIRAM.
QUINALBARBITONE.
RACEMORAMIDE.
REMIFENTANIL.
SECBUTOBARBITONE.
# SODIUM OXYBATE for human therapeutic use.
SUFENTANIL.
TAPENTADOL.
THEBACON.
THEBAINE.
TILIDINE.
SCHEDULE 9
  ACETORPHINE.
 ACETYL-ALPHA-METHYLFENTANYL.
ALKOXYAMPHETAMINES and substituted alkoxyamphetamines except when separately specified in these Schedules.
ALKOXYPHENYLETHYLAMINES and substituted alkoxyphenylethylamines except when separately specified in these Schedules.
ALKYLTHIOAMPHETAMINES and substituted alkylthioamphetamines except when separately specified in these Schedules.
ALLYLPRODINE.
ALPHAMEPRODINE.
ALPHA-METHYLFENTANYL.
ALPHA-METHYLTHIOFENTANYL.
ALPHAMETHADOL.
2-AMINO-1-(2,5-DIMETHOXY-4-METHYL)PHENYLPROPANE    *(STP or DOM).
5-(2-AMINOPROPYL)INDAN and substituted 5-(2-aminopropyl)indans except when separately specified in these Schedules.
BENZETHIDINE.
BENZOYLINDOLES except when separately specified in these Schedules.
BENZYLPIPERAZINE            *(BZP).
BETACETYLMETHADOL.
BETA-HYDROXYFENTANYL.
BETA-HYDROXY-3-METHYLFENTANYL.
BETAMEPRODINE.
BETAMETHADOL.
BETAPRODINE.
1-(8-BROMOBENZO[1,2-B;4,5-B]DIFURAN-4-YL)-2-AMINOPROPANE   *(Bromo-Dragonfly).
4-BROMO-2,5-DIMETHOXYPHENETHYLAMINE   *(BDMPEA).
BUFOTENINE.
CANNABIS except:
a)      when separately specified in these Schedules; or
b)      processed hemp fibre containing 0.1 per cent or less of tetrahydrocannabinol and products manufactured from such fibre.
CATHINONE.
CLONITAZENE.
COCA LEAF.
CODOXIME.
4-CYANO-2-DIMETHYLAMINO-4,4’-DIPHENYLBUTANE.
CYCLOHEXYLPHENOLS except
a)      when separately specified in these Schedules; or
b)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less.
DESOMORPHINE.
DIAMPROMIDE.
DIBENZOPYRANS except when separately specified in these Schedules.
3,4-DICHLORO-N-{[1- (DIMETHYLAMINO)CYCLOHEXYL]METHYL}BENZAMIDE *(AH-7921).
DIETHYLTHIAMBUTENE.
N,N-DIETHYLTRYPTAMINE            *(DET).
DIMENOXADOL.
DIMEPHEPTANOL.
2,5-DIMETHOXYAMPHETAMINE    *(DMA).
2,5-DIMETHOXY-4-BROMOAMPHETAMINE         *(DOB).
2,5-DIMETHOXY-4-ETHYL-a-AMPHETAMINE       *(DOET).
2,5-DIMETHOXY-4-ETHYLTHIOPHENETHYLAMINE       *(2C-T-2).
2,5-DIMETHOXY-4-IODOPHENETHYLAMINE       *(2C-I).
2,5-DIMETHOXY-4-(N)-PROPYLTHIOPHENETHYLAMINE           *(2C-T-7).
3-(2-DIMETHYLAMINOETHYL)-4-HYDROXYINDOLE     *(PSILOCINE or PSILOTSIN).
3-(1,2-DIMETHYLHEPTYL)-1-HYDROXY-7,8,9,10-TETRAHYDRO-6,6,9- TRIMETHYL-6H-DIBENZO (b,d) PYRAN                       *(DMHP).
N, α -DIMETHYL-3,4-(METHYLENEDIOXY)PHENYLETHYLAMINE       *(MDMA).
N,N-DIMETHYLAMPHETAMINE (Dimetamfetamine).
DIMETHYLTHIAMBUTENE.
N,N-DIMETHYLTRYPTAMINE         *(DMT).
DIOXAPHETYL BUTYRATE.
ECGONINE.
N-ETHYL-α-METHYL-3,4-(METHYLENEDIOXY)PHENETHYLAMINE     *(N-ETHYL MDA).
ETHYLMETHYLTHIAMBUTENE.
ETICYCLIDINE                      *(PCE).
ETONITAZENE.
ETORPHINE.
ETOXERIDINE.
FENETYLLINE.
4-FLUORO-N-METHYLAMPHETAMINE.
1-(5-FLUOROPENTYL)-3-(2-IODOBENZOYL)INDOLE       *(AM-694).
FURETHIDINE.
HARMALA ALKALOIDS except in herbs, or preparations, for therapeutic use:
a)      containing 0.1 per cent or less of harmala alkaloids; or
b)      in divided preparations containing 2 mg or less of harmala alkaloids per recommended daily dose.
HEROIN.
3-HEXYL-1-HYDROXY-7,8,9,10-TETRAHYDRO-6,6,9-TRIMETHYL-6H-DIBENZO (b,d) PYRAN *(PARAHEXYL).
4-HYDROYXBUTANOIC ACID and its salts except for sodium oxybate when in Schedule 8. *(GAMMA HYDROXYBUTYRATE (GHB)).
2-[(1R,3S)-3-HYDROXYCYCLOHEXYL]-5-(2-METHYLNONAN-2-YL)PHENOL  *(Cannabicyclohexanol or CP 47,497 C8 homologue).
2-[(1R,3S)-3-HYDROXYCYCLOHEXYL]-5-(2-METHYLOCTAN-2-YL)PHENOL  *(CP 47,497).
HYDROXYPETHIDINE.
ISOMETHADONE.
KETOBEMIDONE.
LEVOMETHORPHAN (excluding its stereoisomers).
LEVOPHENACYLMORPHAN.
LYSERGIC ACID.
LYSERGIDE.
MECLOQUALONE.
METAZOCINE.
METHAQUALONE.
METHCATHINONE.
5-METHOXY- α -METHYLTRYPTAMINE    *(5-MeO-AMT).
5-METHOXY-3,4-METHYLENEDIOXYAMPHETAMINE    *(MMDA).
4-METHOXY- α -METHYLPHENYLETHYLAMINE *(PMA).
2-(2-METHOXYPHENYL)-1-(1-PENTYLINDOL-3-YL)ETHANONE           *(JWH-250).
METHYL (2S, 4aR, 6aR, 7R, 9S, 10aS, 10bR)-9-ACETOXY-6a,10b-DIMETHYL-4,10-DIOXO-DODECAHYDRO-2-(3-FURYL)-2H-NAPHTHO[2,1-c]PYRAN-7-CARBOXYLATE         *(SALVINORIN A).
4-METHYLAMINOREX.
METHYLDESORPHINE.
3,4-METHYLENEDIOXYAMPHETAMINE   *(MDA).
3,4-METHYLENEDIOXYPYROVALERONE *(MDPV).
3-METHYLFENTANYL.
4-METHYLMETHCATHINONE         *(MEPHEDRONE).
N- α -[METHYL-3,4-(METHYLENEDIOXY)PHENETHYL]HYDROXYLAMINE    *(N-HYDROXY MDA).
N-METHYL-1-(3,4-METHYLENEDIOXYPHENYL)-2-BUTANAMINE        *(MBDB).
2-METHYL-3-MORPHOLINO-1, 1-DIPHENYLPROPANE CARBOXYLIC ACID (Moramide intermediate).
1-METHYL-4-PHENYL-4-PIPERIDINOL PROPIONATE      *(MPPP).
4-METHYLTHIOAMPHETAMINE.
3-METHYLTHIOFENTANYL.
METOPON.    
MITRAGYNA SPECIOSA.
MITRAGYNINE.
MORPHERIDINE.
(1-(2-MORPHOLIN-4-YLETHYL)INDOL-3-YL)-NAPTHALEN-1-YLMETHANONE          *(JWH-200).
MUSCIMOL.
MYROPHINE.
NAPHTHOYLINDOLES except when separately specified in these Schedules.
NAPHTHYLMETHYLINDOLES except when separately specified in these Schedules.
NAPHTHOYLPYRROLES except when separately specified in these Schedules.
NAPHTHYLMETHYLINDENES except when separately specified in these Schedules.
NAPHTHALEN-1-YL-(1-BUTYLINDOL-3-YL)METHANONE         *(JWH-073).
NICOCODINE.
NICODICODINE.
NICOMORPHINE.
NORACYMETHADOL.
NORLEVORPHANOL.
NORMORPHINE.
NORPIPANONE.
PARA-FLUOROFENTANYL.
1-PENTYL-3-(4-METHYL-1-NAPTHOYL)INDOLE. *(JWH-122).
1-PENTYL-3-(1-NAPHTHOYL)INDOLE       *(JWH-018).
PHENADOXONE.
PHENAMPROMIDE.
PHENAZOCINE.
PHENCYCLIDINE      *(PCP).
N-PHENETHYL-4-PIPERIDONE.
PHENOMORPHAN.
PHENYLACETYLINDOLES except when separately specified in these Schedules.
1-PHENYLETHYL-4-PHENYL-4-PIPERIDINOL ACETATE *(PEPAP).
PIMINODINE.
PROHEPTAZINE.
PROPERIDINE.
PSILOCYBINE.
RACEMETHORPHAN.
RACEMORPHAN.
ROLICYCLIDINE                   *(PHP or PCPY).
SALVIA DIVINORUM.
TENOCYCLIDINE                  *(TCP).
SYNTHETIC CANNABINOMIMETICS except when separately specified in these Schedules.
TETRAHYDROCANNABINOLS and their alkyl homologues except:
a)      when separately specified in this Schedule;
b)      when included in Schedule 4 or Schedule 8;
c)      in hemp seed oil, containing 50 mg/kg or less of tetrahydrocannabinols when labelled with a warning statement:
i)        Not for internal use; or
ii)      Not to be taken; or
d)      in products for purposes other than internal human use containing 50 mg/kg or less of tetrahydrocannabinols.
THIOFENTANYL.
1-(3-TRIFLUOROMETHYLPHENYL)PIPERAZINE   *(TFMPP).
TRIMEPERIDINE.
3,4,5-TRIMETHOXY- α -METHYLPHENYLETHYLAMINE             *(TMA).
3,4,5-TRIMETHOXYPHENETHYLAMINE (mescaline) and other substances structurally derived from methoxy-phenylethylamine except:
a)      methoxyphenamine; or
b)      when separately specified in this Schedule.
1-(3,4,5-TRIMETHOXYPHENYL)-2-AMINOBUTANE.
SCHEDULE 10/APPENDIX C
SUBSTANCES OF SUCH DANGER TO HEALTH AS TO WARRANT
PROHIBITION OF SALE, SUPPLY AND USE
ABRUS PRECATORIUS (Jequirity) seed or root for therapeutic use.
ACORUS CALAMUS (calamus) for human therapeutic use.
ALKALINE SALTS, being the carbonate, silicate or phosphate salts of sodium or potassium alone or in any combination for domestic use:
a)      in liquid or semi-solid food additive preparations, the pH of which is more than 11.5;
b)      in solid automatic dishwashing preparations, the pH of which in a 500 g/L aqueous solution or mixture is more than 12.5; or
c)      in liquid or semi-solid automatic dishwashing preparations, the pH of which is more than 12.5;
except:
a)      when in Schedule 5; or
b)      when in Scheule 6.
ALLYLISOPROPYLACETYLUREA for therapeutic use.
AMINOPHENAZONE (amidopyrine) and its derivatives for human therapeutic use except when in Schedule 4
AMYGDALIN for therapeutic use.
ANCHUSA OFFICINALIS for therapeutic use.
ARISTOLOCHIA spp. for therapeutic use.
ARISTOLOCHIC ACID(S) for human therapeutic use.
ASARUM spp. containing aristolochic acid(s) for human therapeutic use.
AZADIRACHTA INDICA (neem) including its extracts and derivatives, in preparations for human internal use except:
a)      ‘debitterised neem seed oil’; or
b)      when in Schedule 5; or
c)      when in Schedule 6.
BASIC ORANGE 31 (2-[(4-aminophenyl)azo]-1,3-dimethyl-1H-imidazolium chloride) in preparations for skin colouration and dyeing of eyelashes or eyebrows except when in Schedule 6.
1,2-BENZENEDIAMINE in preparations for cosmetic use and skin colouration (including tattooing).
1,3-BENZENEDIAMINE in preparations for cosmetic use and skin colouration (including tattooing).
BITHIONOL for human therapeutic use except when in Schedule 6.
BORAGO OFFICINALIS (Borage) for therapeutic use except the fixed oil derived from the seeds of Borago officinalis.
BRAGANTIA spp. containing aristolochic acid(s) for human therapeutic use.
BUCLOSAMIDE for therapeutic use.
BUNIODYL SODIUM for therapeutic use.
1,4-BUTANEDIOL (excluding its derivatives) in non-polymerised form in preparations for domestic use.
CACALIA spp. for therapeutic use.
CARBAMIDE PEROXIDE  (excluding its salts and derivatives) in teeth whitening preparations containing more than 18 per cent of carbamide peroxide except:
a)      in preparations manufactured for, and supplied solely by, registered dental practitioners as part of their dental practice; or
b)      when in Schedule 5; or
c)      when in Schedule 6.
CINCHOPHEN and its derivatives for therapeutic use.
CLIOQUINOL and other halogenated derivatives of 8-hydroxyquinoline for human internal use except when in Schedule 4 or when being used solely for experimental purposes in humans and where such use:
a)      is in accordance with:
i)        an approval granted under paragraph 19(1)(b) of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989, including any conditions specified in the notice of approval; and
ii)      any conditions specified in the Therapeutic Goods Regulations 1990 for the purposes of subsection 19(1A) of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989; and
iii)    any conditions specified in the Therapeutic Goods Regulations 1990 for the purposes of subsection 19(4A) of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989; or
b)               is in accordance with the requirements of item 3 of Schedule 5A to the Therapeutic Goods Regulations 1990.
COAL TAR for cosmetic use other than in therapeutic goods.
CONIUM MACULATUM (coniine) for therapeutic use.
COTARNINE for therapeutic use.
CROTALARIA spp. for therapeutic use.
CROTON TIGLIUM for therapeutic use.
CYNOGLOSSUM spp. for therapeutic use.
DIBUTYLPHTHALATE for cosmetic use.
DICOPHANE (DDT) for therapeutic use.
DIETHYLENE GLYCOL for use in toothpastes or mouthwashes except:
a)      in preparations containing 0.25 per cent or less of diethylene glycol; or
b)      when in Schedule 5; or
c)      when in Schedule 6
DIETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOMETHYL ETHER for cosmetic use.
DIETHYLHEXYL PHTHALATE for cosmetic use.
DIETHYLPHTHALATE  in sunscreens, personal insect repellents or body lotion preparations for human use except in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of diethylphthalate.
5,6-DIHYDROXYINDOLINE for cosmetic use in preparations containing more than 2 per cent of 5,6-dihydroxyindoline except when in Schedule 6.
DIISOBUTYL PHTHALATE for cosmetic use.
1,3-DIMETHYLAMYLAMINE (DMAA).
DIMETHY LPHTHALATE  in sunscreens, personal insect repellents or body lotion preparations for human use except in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of dimethylphthalate.
DI(METHYLOXYETHYL) PHTHALATE for cosmetic use.
DULCIN for therapeutic use.
ETHYLENE GLYCOL for use in toothpastes or mouthwashes except:
a)      in preparations containing 0.25 per cent or less of  ethylene glycol; or
b)      when in Schedule 5; or
c)      when in Schedule 6.
ETHYLHEXANEDIOL for human use except when in Schedule 4.
EUPATORIUM CANNABINUM (Hemp Agrimony) for therapeutic use.
FARFUGIUM JAPONICUM for therapeutic use.
FORMALDEHYDE (excluding its derivatives):
a)      in oral hygiene preparations containing more than 0.1 per cent of free formaldehyde;
b)      in aerosol sprays for cosmetic use containing 0.005 per cent or more of free formaldehyde;
c)      in nail hardener cosmetic preparations containing 5 per cent or more of free formaldehyde; or
d)      in all other cosmetic preparations containing 0.05 per cent or more of free formaldehyde ;
            except:
a)      in preparations containing 0.2 per cent or less of free formaldehyde when labelled with the warning statement:
CONTAINS FORMALDEHYDE;
b)      when in Schedule  2; or
c)      when in Schedule 6.
GAMMA BUTYROLACTONE (excluding its derivatives) in non-polymerised form in preparations for domestic and cosmetic use.
HELIOTROPIUM spp. for therapeutic use.
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE (excluding its salts and derivatives) in teeth whitening preparations containing more than 6 per cent (20 volume) of hydrogen peroxide except:
a)      in preparations manufactured for, and supplied solely by, registered dental practitioners as part of their dental practice;
b)      when in Schedule 5; or
c)      when in Schedule 6.
JUNIPERUS SABINE [savin(e)]  for therapeutic use.
LEAD COMPOUNDS in paints, tinters, inks or ink additives except;
a)      in preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of lead calculated on the non-volatile content of the paint, tinter, ink or ink additive;
b)      when in Schedule 4;
c)      when in Schedule 5; or
d)      when in Schedule 6.
LIGULARIA DENTATA for therapeutic use.
MELIA AZEDARACH including its extracts and derivatives.
METHYLDIBROMO GLUTARONITRILE in preparations intended to be in contact with the skin, including cosmetic use except when in Schedule 6.
METHYL METHACRYLATE for cosmetic use except in preparations containing 1 per cent or less of methyl methacrylate as residual monomer in a polymer except when in Schedule 6.
OXYPHENISATIN for therapeutic use.
PARAFORMALDEHYDE (excluding its derivatives):
a)      in oral hygiene preparations containing more than 0.1 per cent of free formaldehyde;
b)      in aerosol sprays for cosmetic use containing 0.005 per cent or more of free formaldehyde;
c)      in nail hardener cosmetic preparations containing 5 per cent or more of free formaldehyde;
d)      in all other cosmetic preparations containing 0.05 per cent or more of free formaldehyde ;
            except:
a)      in preparations containing 0.2 per cent or less of free formaldehyde when labelled with the warning statement:
                        CONTAINS FORMALDEHYDE;
b)      when in Schedule  2; or
c)      when in Schedule 6.
PETASITES spp. for therapeutic use.
PHENYLENEDIAMINES, including alkylated, arylated and nitro derivatives, in preparations for skin colouration, tattooing and dyeing of eyelashes or eyebrows except when included in Schedule 6.
POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE (excluding its salts and derivatives), in liquid or semi-solid food additive preparations, for domestic use, the pH of which is more than 11.5 except:
a)      when in Schedule 5; or
b)      when in Schedule 6.
PTERIDIUM spp. for therapeutic use.
PULMONARIA spp. for therapeutic use.
SAFROLE for internal therapeutic use except
a)      in preparations containing 0.1 per cent or less of safrole; or
b)      when in Schedule 6.
SENECIO spp. for therapeutic use.
SILICONES for injection or implantation except when included in Schedule 4.
SODIUM HYDROXIDE (excluding its salts and derivatives), in liquid or semi-solid food additive preparations, for domestic use, the pH of which is more than 11.5 except:
a)      when in Schedule 5; or
b)      when in Schedule 6.
SYMPHYTUM spp. (Comfrey) for therapeutic or cosmetic use except when included in Schedule 5.
2,4-TOLUENEDIAMINE in preparations for skin colouration (including tattooing) and dyeing of hair, eyelashes or eyebrows.
TOLUENEDIAMINE in preparations for skin colouration and dyeing of eyelashes or eyebrows except when included in Schedule 6.
1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE in pressurised spray packs for therapeutic use except when in Schedule 5.
TRICHODESMA AFRICANA for therapeutic use.
TRIPARANOL for therapeutic use.
TUSSILAGO FARFARA for therapeutic use.
 
PART 5
THE APPENDICES
 APPENDIX A – GENERAL EXEMPTIONS
 This Standard does not apply to a poison in any of the following products:
ALGICIDES, BACTERIOCIDES OR SLIMICIDES for industrial use that do not fit the definition of an agvet chemical product.
BACTERIAL CULTURE MEDIA containing antibiotics.
CERAMICS.
CHEMISTRY SETS for toy and educational use, when complying with the requirements of Australian Standard AS 8124.4-2003 Safety of toys entitled Part 4: Experimental sets for chemistry and related activities.
COPPER COMPOUNDS in paints.
DEXTRANS, GELATIN - SUCCINYLATED & ETHERIFIED STARCHES used as plasma substitutes/blood volume expanders.
ELECTRICAL ACCUMULATORS, BATTERIES, COMPONENTS or LAMPS.
 ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS.
ENHANCING AGENTS for use in ultrasonic and magnetic resonance imaging.
EXPLOSIVES.
 FOOD except:
a)      food additives before incorporation into food; or
b)      when used as a means of administering a poison for therapeutic use.
FRITTED GLAZING OR ENAMELLING PREPARATIONS in which the poison is confined as a non-migratory component of glassy solid flakes or granules.
GLASS (including CRYSTAL WARE).
 GLAZED POTTERY.
HUMAN BLOOD PRODUCTS including:
a)      whole blood;
b)      blood components including red cells, white cells, platelets and plasma (including cryoprecipitate); and
c)      the following plasma-derived therapeutic proteins; and their equivalent recombinant alternatives:
i)        albumin;
ii)      anticoagulation complex;
iii)    C1 esterase inhibitors;
iv)    clotting factors;
v)      fibrinogen;
vi)    protein C;
vii)  prothrombin complex concentrate (PCC) ; and
viii)     thrombin.
IN VITRO DIAGNOSTIC AND ANALYTICAL PREPARATIONS containing 0.001 per cent or less of a poison included in Schedules 1 to 8.
INTRAOCULAR VISCOELASTIC PRODUCTS.
LUBRICANTS except soluble oils and solvent-deposited lubricating agents.
MATCHES.
MEDICAL AND VETERINARY ADHESIVES, GLUES AND CEMENTS.
MEDICAL DEVICES classified as Class III by the classification rules set out in Schedule 2 to the Therapeutic Goods (Medical Devices) Regulation 2002, except:
a)      injectable tissue reconstructive, augmentation and restoration materials, including collagen;
b)      medical devices which include anticoagulants;
c)      artificial tears;
d)      urinary catheters; or
e)      intra-articular fluids.
 MOTOR, HEATING or FURNACE FUELS except:
a)      when the contrary intention appears in any Schedule;
b)      when containing methanol;
c)      toy or hobby fuels; or
d)      petrol or kerosene when packed in containers having a capacity of 20 litres or less.
NUTRITION REPLACEMENT PREPARATIONS FOR PARENTERAL ADMINISTRATION.
PAPER except:
a)      when prepared for pesticidal use; or
b)      when containing a poison included in Schedule 8 or 9.
PHOTOGRAPHIC PAPER or FILM.
 PIGMENTS when immobilised in a polymer.
 PORCELAIN.
PRINTING INKS or INK ADDITIVES except:
a)      when containing a pesticide; or
b)      preparations containing more than 0.1 per cent of lead calculated on the non-volatile content of the ink or ink additive.
RADIOGRAPHIC CONTRAST MEDIA (radiopaques) for therapeutic use.
RADIOISOTOPES for therapeutic use.
SEEDS treated with seed protectants.
SINGLE-USE TUBES for the estimation of alcohol content of breath.
TERMITE BARRIERS consisting of an active ingredient, other than arsenic, approved by the relevant registration authority, and laminated between impervious sheeting.
TIMBER or WALLBOARD.
 VITREOUS ENAMELS.
WRITING CORRECTION PENS which do not allow ingestion of the contents and which contain no scheduled poison other than designated solvents included in Schedule 5.
APPENDIX B – SUBSTANCES CONSIDERED NOT TO REQUIRE CONTROL BY SCHEDULING
(This Appendix should be read in conjunction with Appendix A.)
INTRODUCTION
Substances for which the available information suggests that inclusion in the Poisons Schedules is not necessary, or not the most appropriate means of controlling the risk to public health, have been considered at various times.
Listing in Appendix B indicates that a decision has been taken not to list substances anywhere in the Schedules, either for a specific purpose, or generally.  It is an inclusive, but not an exhaustive, list i.e. there may be substances not included in the Schedules, and not included in Appendix B, which may be hazardous or non-hazardous, but have not been considered in relation to the need for scheduling.
Substances may be included in Appendix B because they have intrinsically low toxicity, or where other factors suggest that the potential public health risk would be minimal.  Factors which are considered when determining an Appendix B entry include:
·      the toxicology profile was adequately characterised and not consistent with inclusion in any of the Schedules;
·      the use, purpose or product presentation minimised any hazard to the public such as to not require scheduling; or
·      the public access was limited such that scheduling was inappropriate or unnecessary.
The list was developed from scheduling files and historical records.  For transparency, where the reason for entry and/or purpose or use for the substance was apparent in the consideration, this has been included in the columns “Reason for Entry” and “Area of Use”.
Inclusion in Appendix B will not prevent reconsideration of the scheduling of a substance where adverse information becomes available about the Appendix B entry for that substance.
Applications are considered for scheduling.  Applications for inclusion in Appendix B will not be accepted.
PART 1 – REASONS FOR ENTRY

a
Low Toxicity.

b
Use pattern restricts hazard.

c
Presentation/packaging restricts hazard.

d
Industrial use only.

PART 2 – AREAS OF USE

1.
Agriculture

 
1.1
Herbicide

 
1.2
Insecticide

 
 
1.2.1
Insecticide for codling moth

 
 
1.2.2
Termiticide

 
1.3
Fungicide

 
 
1.3.1
On seed fungicide

 
1.4
Bird Repellent

 
1.5
Fertiliser

 
1.6
Plant Growth Regulator

 
1.7
Insect Pheromone

 
1.8
Mushroom Bactericide

 
1.9
Acaricide

 
1.10
Biological control agent

2
Veterinary

 
2.1
For animal use

 
2.2
Treatment of mastitis in cows

 
2.3
Coccidiostat

 
2.4
Feed additive

 
2.5
Antiseptic

 
2.6
Scabicide

 
2.7
Anthelmintic

 
2.8
Vitamin/Mineral

 
2.9
Growth Promotant

 
2.10
Ectoparasiticide

3
Domestic

 
3.1
Aromatherapy

 
3.2
Food additive

 
3.3
Cosmetic

 
3.4
Human use

 
3.5
Miticide

4.
Industrial

 
4.1
Water treatment

 
4.2
Biological control agent

5.
Environmental

 
5.1
Mosquito control

6.
Human therapeutic use

 
6.1
Diagnostic agent

 
6.2
Medical device

 
6.3
Antiseptic

 
6.4
Sunscreen

 
6.5
External use

 
6.6
Laxative

 
6.7
Antiseborrheic

 
6.8
Cytoprotective

 
6.9
Vitamin/Mineral

 
6.10
Eye Drops

7.
General

 
7.1
Any use

 
7.2
Excipient

 
7.3
Synergist

 
7.4
Flux

 
7.5
Pesticide

 
7.6
Insect repellent

 
7.7
Solvent

 
7.8
Disinfectant

 
7.9
Preservative

 
7.10
Antioxidant

 
7.11
Resin activator/accelerant

 
7.12
Sweetener artificial

 
7.13
Food additive

PART 3 – Substances considered not to require control by scheduling

SUBSTANCE
DATE OF ENTRY
REASON FOR LISTING
AREA OF USE

4-[4-(ACETYLOXY)PHENYL]-2-BUTANONE
Feb 2005
b
1.7

AGROBACTERIUM RADIOBACTER
Nov 1989
b
1

ALCOHOL, DEHYDRATED
Aug 2000
b
6

ALUM
May 1997
a
7.1

ALUMINIUM AMMONIUM SULFATE
May 1997
a
7.1

ALUMINIUM POTASSIUM SULFATE
May 1997
a
7.1

ALUMINIUM SILICATE
Nov 1974
a
7.1

ALUMINIUM tris (ETHYLPHOSPHONATE)
Aug 1986
a
1

AMETOCTRADIN
May 2012
a
1.3

AMMONIUM PHOSPHATE
Nov 1974
a
7.1

AMMONIUM THIOSULPHATE
Nov 1974
a
7.1

AMPROLIUM
Jun 1969
a
2.3

AMYL ACETATE
Nov 1974
a
7.1

α -AMYLASE derived from Aspergillus niger
Feb 2005
a
2.4

ANDROSTENEDIONE ALBUMEN CONJUGATE WITH DEA DEXTRAN ADJUNCT
Jun 2004
a
2.1

ASPARTIC ACID
-
a
6

ASULAM
May 1986
a
1

AZIMSULFURON
Jun 2003
a
1.1

BACILLUS SPHAERICUS STRAIN 2362
Feb 2003
a
5.1

BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS
May 1992
a
5.1

(excluding endotoxin)
Jun 2003
a
2.10

BACILLUS TOYOI
Aug 1980
a
2.9

BACULOVIRUS CYDIA POMONELLA
Jun 2006
a
1.2

BENFLURALIN
-
a
1.1

BENSULFURON-METHYL
Aug 1987
a
1

BENTONITE
Jun 2002
a
7.1

BENZYL BENZOATE
Aug 1989
a
1.3.4

BETAINE HYDROCHLORIDE
Nov 1974
a
7.1

BIFENAZATE
Oct 2002
a
1.9

BISMUTH SUBNITRATE
Nov 1999
b,c
2.1

BISTRIFLURON
Feb 2014
a
1.2.2

BIURET
Nov 1974
a
2.4

BOSCALID
June 2003
a
1.3

BOVINE SOMATOTROPHIN
May 1992
a
2

BROMACIL
Aug 1987
a
1

BROMOPROPYLATE
Nov 1994
a
1

BUPIRIMATE
Nov 1990
a
1

BUTAFENACIL
May 2000
a
1

BUTOXYPOLYPROPYLENE GYLCOL
Nov 1974
a
7.7

n-BUTYL BUTYRATE
-
a
7.1

n-BUTYL LACTATE
-
a
7.1

CARBETAMIDE
Aug 1991
a
1

CARBOXIN
Aug 1987
a
1

CARFENTRAZONE-ETHYL
Aug 1998
a
1

CELLULASE derived from Aspergillus niger
Feb 2005
a
2.4

CETYL ALCOHOL
Nov 1974
a
7.1

CHAMOMILE OIL
Feb 2000
a
3.1

CHINA CLAY
Sep 2008
a
1.2

CHLORANTRANILIPROLE
Sep 2008
a
1.2

CHLORFLUAZURON
Oct 2005
a
1.2.2

CHLORFLURENOL
Feb 1974
a
1.6

CHLORIDAZON
May 1988
a
1

CHLOROXYLENOLS
Feb 1975
a
7.8

CITRONELLA OIL
Feb 2000
a
7.1

CLARY SAGE OIL
Feb 2000
a
7.1

CLOPIDOL
Nov 1974
d
2.3

COBALT NAPHTHENATE
-
d
7.1

CROSPOVIDONE
Aug 1996
a
2

CULICINOMYCES CLAVOSPORUS
Nov 1982
a
5.1

CYCLAMIC ACID
Nov 1971
a
7.1

CYCLOHEXANE
Nov 1974
a
7.7

CYCLOHEXANOL ACETATE
-
a
7.7

CYROMAZINE
Nov 1980
a
2

DICLAZURIL
Nov 2001
a
2.3

DIETHYL CARBONATE
-
a
7.1

DIFLUFENICAN
Feb 1987
a
1

DIKEGULAC-SODIUM
Mar 1980
a
1.6

DIMETHICONE
-
a
7.1

DIMETHYL ETHER
Nov 1988
d
4

DIPHENYLAMINE
Feb 1988
a
1

DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOMETHYL ETHER
Nov 1987
a
4

DIURON
Nov 1987
a
1

DOCUSATE SODIUM (DIOCTYL SODIUM SULFOSUCCINATE)
Feb 1970
a
7.1

2,2-DPA
Nov 1989
a
1

DROMETRIZOLE TRISILOXANE
Oct 2003
a
6.4

EPSIPRANTEL
Nov 1991
a
2

ETHAMETSULFURON-METHYL
Nov 2000
a
1.1

ETHOPABATE
Jun 1969
d
2.3

ETHYL ACETATE
Nov 1974
a
7.1

ETHYL ALCOHOL
Nov 1974
a
7.1

ETHYLBUTYLACETYL AMINOPROPRIONATE
Aug 2000
a
3.4

ETHYL BUTYRATE
-
a
7.1

ETHYL LACTATE
-
a
7.1

ETOXAZOLE
Oct 2003
a
1.2

EUBACTERIUM sp. strain DSM11798
Sep 2013
a
2.4

FENFURAM
May 1977
a
1.3.1

FENHEXAMID
Feb 1999
a
1

FENOXYCARB
Feb 1988
a
1

FLUFENOXURON
Feb 1997
a
1

FLUMETSULAM
Feb 1992
a
1

FLUOMETURON
Aug 1989
a
1

FLUTOLANIL
Nov 2001
a
1.3

FLUROXYPYR
May 1986
a, c
1

FORCHLORFENURON
Feb 2005
a
1.6

FULLERS EARTH
Nov 1974
a
7.1

FUNGAL PROTEASE derived from Aspergillus niger
Feb 2005
a
2.4

GERANIUM OIL
Feb 2000
a
7.1

GIBBERELLIC ACID
Nov 1974
a
1.6

α-GLUCANASE derived from Aspergillus niger
Feb 2005
a
2.4

HALAUXIFEN METHYL
Oct 2014
a
1, 1.1

HEXAFLURON
Nov 1988
a
1

HEXYL ACETATE
-
a
7.7

HEXYTHIAZOX
Feb 1988
a
1

HUMAN OSTEOGENIC PROTEIN-1 (OP-1)
Aug 2001
b
6.2

HYDROPRENE
Feb 1988
a
1

HYDROXYPROPYL CELLULOSE
Nov 1982
a
7.1

ICODEXTRIN
Nov 2000
b
6

INDOLE-3-ACETIC ACID
Feb 1985
b
1.6

ISOPRENE ALCOHOL
-
a
7.1

IPRODIONE
Feb 1997
a
1

ISOSTEARYL ALCOHOL ETHOXYLATE
Nov 1999
a
5.1

KAOLIN
Nov 1974
a
7.1

KRESOXIM-METHYL
Aug 1999
a
1

KUNZEA OIL
Feb 2000
a
7.1

LAURIC ACID
Oct 2005
a
7.1

LAURYL ALCOHOL (1-DODECANOL)
Nov 1974
a
7.1

LAVANDIN OIL
Feb 2000
a
7.1

LAVENDER OIL
Feb 2000
a
7.1

LEAD METALLIC
-
a
7.1

LEPIDOPTEROUS SEX PHEROMONES
Nov 1990
a
1

LIMONENE (DIPENTENE)
Jun 2002
a
7.1

LINOLEIC ACID
Oct 2005
a
7.1

LINSEED FATTY ACIDS
Aug 1990
a
2.1

LINURON
Feb 1990
a
1

LIQUORICE, DEGLYCYRRHISINISED
May 1999
a
7.1

MALEIC HYDRAZIDE
Nov 1992
a
1

MANGANESE DIOXIDE
May 1999
b
1

MEGASPHAERA ELSDENII strain 41125
Sep 2013
a
2.4

MESOLSULFURON-METHYL
Feb 2002
a
1.1

METARHIZIUM ANISOPLIAE
Feb 2000
b
4.2

METARHIZIUM ANISOPLIAE
Jun 2003
a
1.10

METHOPRENE
Aug 1987
a
1

METHOXYFENOZIDE
Nov 2000
a
1

METHYL ACETATE
-
a
7.7

METHYL BENZOQUATE
Nov 1974
d
2.3

1-METHYLCYCLOPROPENE
Jun 2003
a
1.6

METHYL p-HYDROXYBENZOATE
Nov 1974
a
7.9

METSULFURONMETHYL
Nov 1985
a
1.1

MYRISTIC ACID
Oct 2005
a
7.1

NAPROPAMIDE
Aug 1987
a
1

NAPTHYL ACETAMIDE
Nov 1974
a
1.6

NEROLI OIL
Feb 2000
a
7.1

NICARBAZIN
Jun 1969
d
2.3

NISIN
Jun 2003
a
3.2

NORFLURAZON
Nov 1983
a
1.1

NOVALURON
Nov 2000
a
1

NUCLEAR POLYHEDROSIS VIRUS of Helicoverpa armigera occlusion bodies
Feb 2004
a
1.2

OCTYL ALCOHOLS
Nov 1974
a
7.1

OLEIC ACID
Oct 2005
a
7.1

ORANGE OIL, SWEET
Aug 2000
a
7.1

OXABETRINIL
Feb 1987
a
1

OXYFLUORFEN
May 2001
a
1

PALMAROSA OIL
Feb 2000
a
7.1

PALMITIC ACID
Oct 2005
a
7.1

PATCHOULI OIL
Feb 2000
a
7.1

PECTINASE derived from Aspergillus niger
Feb 2005
a
2.4

PENCYCURON
Aug 1994
a
1

PENTADECANOIC ACID
Oct 2005
a
7.1

PEPPERMINT OIL
Feb 2000
a
7.1

PHENMEDIPHAM
May 1989
a
1.1

d-PHENOTHRIN
Feb 1982
a
7.5, 1.2

PHYTASE
Feb 1996
a
2.4

PICLORAM
Aug 1987
a
1

PICOLINAFEN
May 2000
a
1

PIMELIC ACID
Oct 2005
a
7.1

PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE
Aug 1991
a
7.5

POLOXALENE
Nov 1974
a
7.1

POLY DIALLYL DIMETHYL AMMONIUM CHLORIDE (PolyDADMAC)
Nov 1997
a
4.1

POLYHEDROSIS VIRUS of Helico zea occlusion bodies
Nov 1996
a
1

POLY (GNRF) OVALBUMIN
Feb 1990
a
2

POLYSORBATE 20
May 2001
a
1

PORCINE SOMATOTROPHIN
Nov 1991
c
2

POTASSIUM SORBATE
Oct 2004
a
1.3

POTASSIUM BICARBONATE
Jun 2004
a
1

PROPYL ACETATES
-
a
7.1

PROPYLENE GLYCOL
Nov 1974
a
7.1

2-PROPYLENE GLYCOL 1-MONOMETHYL ETHER
Nov 1987
a
4

PROTHIOCONAZOLE
June 2005
a
1.3.1

PSEUDOMONAS FLUORESCENS
May 1985
a
1.8

PYRIMETHANIL
Feb 1996
a
1

PYRIPROXYFEN
Aug 1994
a
1

QUASSIA
Nov 1974
d
6, 2.1

QUINOXYFEN
Nov 2001
a
1.3

ROSEMARY OIL
Feb 2000
a
7.1

SAGE OIL (Spanish)
Feb 2000
a
7.1

SANDALWOOD OIL
Feb 2000
a
7.1

SEAWEED & UNFRACTIONED SEAWEED EXTRACTS
Feb 1985
d
1.5

SIMAZINE
Nov 1987
a
1.1

SODIUM BICARBONATE
Jun 2004
a
1

SODIUM PROPIONATE
Oct 2004
a
1.3

STERIC ACID
Oct 2005
a
7.1

SUCRALFATE
Aug 1982
a
6.8

SULESOMAB
Jun 2002
b
6.1

SULFOSULFURON
Feb 1998
a
1

SULPHATED POLYSACCHARIDES
-
a
7.1

TANNIC ACID
Dec 1965
a
7.1

TANNIC ACID/BENZYL ALCOHOL PRODUCT
Nov 1993
a
7.1

TERBACIL
Aug 1987
a
1

THAUMATIN
Nov 1990
a
3.2

THIDIAZURON
Nov 1989
a
1

TRIASULFURON
Feb 1988
a
1

TRICHODERMA HARZIANUM
May 1996
a
1

(Z)-9-TRICOSENE
Aug 1991
a
1

TRIETHYLENE GLYCOL
Nov 1974
a
7.1

TRIFLOXYSULFURON
Feb 2002
a
1.1

TRIFLURALIN
Aug 1990
a
1

TRIFORINE
Aug 1987
a
1

ULOCLADIUM OUDEMANSII
Oct 2003
a
1.10

UREA
Nov 1974
a
7.1

13C-UREA
May 2001
a
6.1

VETIVER OIL
Feb 2000
a
7.1

VINYL ETHER
Nov 1987
b
6

VITAMIN K
Jul 1963
a
6.9, 2.8

XANTHOPHYLL (lutein)
Nov 1974
a
7.1

XYLANASE derived from Aspergillus niger
Feb 2005
a
2.4

YLANG YLANG OIL
Feb 2000
a
7.1

ZINC NAPHTHENATE
-
a
1.3

 
APPENDIX C (see SCHEDULE 10)
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APPENDIX D – ADDITIONAL CONTROLS ON POSSESSION OR SUPPLY OF POISONS INCLUDED IN SCHEDULE 4 OR 8
(The following controls apply to the substances listed only when included in Schedule 4 or Schedule 8.)
1.
Poisons available only from or on the prescription or order of an authorised medical practitioner.

 
CLOMIPHENE for human use.

 
CLOZAPINE for human use.

 
CORIFOLLITROPIN ALFA (recombinant follicle stimulant) for human use.

 
CYCLOFENIL for human use.

 
DINOPROST for human use.

 
DINOPROSTONE for human use.

 
FOLLITROPIN ALPHA (recombinant human follicle-stimulating hormone) for human use.

 
FOLLITROPIN BETA (recombinant human follicle-stimulating hormone) for human use.

 
LUTEINISING HORMONE for human use.

 
NABIXIMOLS.

 
SODIUM OXYBATE for human use.

 
TERIPARATIDE for human use.

 
UROFOLLITROPIN (human follicle-stimulating hormone) for human use.

 
2.
Poisons available only from or on the prescription or order of a specialist physician or a dermatologist and for which the prescriber must, where the patient is a woman of child-bearing age:

 
(1)
ensure that the possibility of pregnancy has been excluded prior to commencement of treatment; and

 
(2)
if the drug is -

 
 
(a)
acitretin or etretinate, advise the patient to avoid becoming pregnant during or for a period of 24 months after completion of treatment; or

 
 
(b)
bexarotene, isotretinoin or thalidomide, advise the patient to avoid becoming pregnant during or for a period of 1 month after completion of treatment.

 
ACITRETIN for human use.

 
BEXAROTENE for human use.

 
ETRETINATE for human use.

 
ISOTRETINOIN for human oral use.

 
THALIDOMIDE for human use.

           
3.
Poisons available only from or on the prescription or order of a medical practitioner authorised or approved by the Secretary of the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing under section 19 of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989.

 
DRONABINOL (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol).

 
4.
Poisons available only from or on the order of a specialist physician and for which the prescriber must, where the patient is a woman of child bearing age:

 
(a)
ensure that the possibility of pregnancy has been excluded prior to commencement of treatment; and

 
(b)
advise the patient to avoid becoming pregnant during or for a period of 1 month after completion of treatment.

 
LENALIDOMIDE.

 
POMALIDOMIDE.

 
RIOCIGUAT for human use.

 
TRETINOIN for human oral use.

 
5.
Poisons for which possession without authority is illegal (e.g. possession other than in accordance with a legal prescription).

 
ANABOLIC STEROIDAL AGENTS, including those separately specified in Schedule 4.

 
ANDROGENIC STEROIDAL AGENTS, including those separately specified in Schedule 4.

 
AOD-9694 (CAS No. 221231-10-3).

 
BENZODIAZEPINE DERIVATIVES, including those separately specified in Schedule 4 and Schedule 8.

 
CJC-1295 (CAS No. 863288-34-0).

 
DARBEPOETIN.

 
DEXTROPROPOXYPHENE.

 
EPHEDRINE.

 
EPOETINS.

 
ERYTHROPOIETIN.

 
ERYTHROPOIETINS except when separately specified in this Appendix.

 
FOLLISTATIN.

 
GLUTETHIMIDE.

 
GROWTH HORMONE RELEASING HORMONES (GHRHs) including those separately specified in Schedule 4.

 
GROWTH HORMONE RELEASING PEPTIDES (GHRPs) including those separately specified in Schedule 4.

 
GROWTH HORMONE RELEASING PEPTIDE-6 (GHRP-6).

 
GROWTH HORMONE SECRETAGOGUES including those separately specified in Schedule 4.

 
HEXARELIN.

 
INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTORS.

 
IPAMORELIN.

 
PERAMPANEL for human use.

 
PHENTERMINE.

 
PRALMORELIN ((GROWTH HORMONE RELEASING PEPTIDE-2) (GHRP-2)).

 
SELECTIVE ANDROGEN RECEPTOR MODULATORS (SARM), including those separately specified in Schedule 4.

 
SOMATROPIN (human growth hormone).

 
6.
Poisons available only from or on the prescription or order of a specialist physician and for which the prescriber must, where the patient is a woman of child-bearing age:

 
(a)
ensure that the possibility of pregnancy has been excluded prior to commencement of treatment; and

 
(b)
advise the patient to avoid becoming pregnant during and for a period of 3 months after completion of treatment.

 
AMBRISENTAN for human use.

 
BOSENTAN for human use.

 
ENZALUTAMIDE for human use.

 
MACITENTAN for human use.

 
SITAXENTAN for human use.

 
7.
Poisons available only from or on the prescription or order of a dermatologist.

 
ALEFACEPT for human use.

APPENDIX E – FIRST AID INSTRUCTIONS FOR POISONS
(other than agricultural and veterinary chemicals including pesticides registered by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority and medicines for human use when compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels. Labelling is not required at concentrations below scheduled levels (see the Introduction to this Appendix.))
INTRODUCTION
Directions for First Aid Attention
Under poisons legislation, scheduled substances and their preparations are required to be labelled with appropriate directions for first aid attention in case of poisoning. It is the responsibility of the manufacturer, packer and supplier of a drug or poison to ensure that the first aid instructions included on the label of a poison are appropriate for a specific product. The following code has been prepared as a guide for health authorities and manufacturers in drafting suitable first aid directions for this purpose.  Standard statements specified in this Appendix may be varied provided that the intent is not changed.
The directions listed for any particular substance may require modification to take into account combination of that substance with other substances, both toxic and non toxic, in a formulation, as well as the physical form and presentation of the product.  Any such modification should be concise and readily understood.
These First Aid Instructions include action to be taken in case of eye contamination from substances recognised as causing direct poisoning via the eye, causing severe eye damage or requiring prolonged flushing to free the absorbed substance from the eye tissue.  However, it is recognised that many other substances or preparations will require a statement of varying nature depending on the detailed formulation.  While the necessity to flush the eyes in case of accident will be so self-evident as not to justify label space in many instances, a statement such as “If in eyes rinse well with water” may be appropriate.
Modified First Aid Instruction on Primary Pack 
Where a primary pack contains two or more immediate containers of poisons each requiring different first aid instructions:
a)      each immediate container must be labelled with first aid instructions appropriate for its contents; and
b)      the primary pack must be labelled with the statement:
                                    FIRST AID: See inner packs.
Exempt Preparations
This Appendix applies only to scheduled poisons. The directions are for substances and their preparations at the concentrations at which the Schedules apply. If it is thought desirable to show first aid instructions for a substance exempted from the schedules, it is the responsibility of the manufacturer to ensure they are appropriate.
Poisons Information Centre Telephone Numbers
Companies should use the Poisons Information Centre telephone number(s) (Australia 13 11 26; New Zealand 0800 764 766) appropriate to the country(ies) of sale for the product.
Companies wishing to use a poisons information centre telephone number other than the national telephone numbers for Australia and New Zealand must meet the following criteria:
1.         the poisons information service whose number is used must be attended by adequately trained staff for 24 hour emergency poisons information; and
2.         calls must be logged and submitted for incorporation into the official collection of poisoning data.
PART 1 –  STANDARD STATEMENTS
To be grouped together and prefaced with the words “FIRST AID” (see Part 2 Section 1.3(1)(p) of this Standard).
Basic

A
For advice, contact a Poisons Information Centre (e.g. phone Australia 13 11 26; New Zealand 0800 764 766) or a doctor (at once).

Z
First aid is not generally required.  If in doubt, contact a Poisons Information Centre (e.g. phone Australia 13 11 26; New Zealand 0800 764 766) or a doctor.

General

G1
Urgent hospital treatment is likely to be needed.
(Note - the words ‘at once’ to be added to instruction A).

G2
If swallowed, give activated charcoal if instructed.
(Note - the words ‘at once’ to be added to instruction A).

G3
If swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting.

G4
Immediately give a glass of water.

G5
Avoid giving milk or oils.

G6
If sprayed in mouth, rinse mouth with water.

Eyes

E1
If in eyes wash out immediately with water.

E2
If in eyes, hold eyelids apart and flush the eye continuously with running water.  Continue flushing until advised to stop by a Poisons Information Centre (e.g. phone Australia 13 11 26; New Zealand 0800 764 766) or a doctor, or for at least 15 minutes.

Respiratory system

R1
If inhaled, remove from contaminated area.  Apply artificial respiration if not breathing.

R2
If swallowed or inhaled, remove from contaminated area.  Apply artificial respiration if not breathing.  Do not give direct mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.  To protect rescuer, use air-viva, oxy-viva or one-way mask.  Resuscitate in a well-ventilated area.

Skin

S1
If skin or hair contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and flush skin and hair with running water.

S2
If skin or hair contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and flush skin and hair with running

S3
If on skin, remove any contaminated clothing, wash skin thoroughly with soap and water, then

S4
If on skin, immediately remove any contaminated clothing, wash skin with methylated spirit or PEG (polyethylene glycol) 300 or 400 if available, then flush under running water until advised to stop by a Poisons Information Centre (e.g. phone Australia 13 11 26; New Zealand 0800 764 766) or a doctor.

S5
If skin contact occurs, immediately remove contaminated clothing.  Flush skin under running water for 15 minutes.  Then apply calcium gluconate gel.  Contact a Poisons Information Centre (e.g. phone Australia 13 11 26; New Zealand 0800 764 766).

Special Purpose
SP1
If swallowed, splashed on skin or in eyes, or inhaled, contact a Poisons Information Centre (e.g. phone Australia 13 11 26; New Zealand 0800 764 766) or a doctor at once.  Remove any contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly.  If swallowed, activated charcoal may be advised.  Give atropine if instructed.
PART 2 – FIRST AID INSTRUCTIONS
Standard statements in this Appendix apply to poisons other than agricultural and veterinary chemicals (including pesticides) registered by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority. Labelling is not required at concentrations below scheduled levels (see the Introduction to this Appendix).
POISON
STANDARD STATEMENTS

ACETIC ACID
A,G3,E2,S1

ACETIC ANHYDRIDE
A,G3,E2,S1

ACETONE
A,G3

ACROLEIN
A,G1,G2,G3,E2,R2,S2

ALKALINE SALTS
A,G3,E2,S1

AMINES for use as curing agents
A,G3,E1,S1

4-AMINOPYRIDINE
A,G1,G2,E1,S1

AMMONIA    
 

·         5 per cent or less
A

·         above 5 per cent
A,G3,E1,R1,S1

AMMONIUM PERSULFATE
A,G3,E2

AMMONIUM THIOCYANATE
A

ANHYDRIDES, organic acid, for use as curing agents for epoxy resins
A,G3,E1,S1

ANILINE
A,E2,R1,S1

ANISE OIL
A,G3

ANITMONY CHLORIDE
A,E2,S2

ANTIMONY COMPOUNDS, except antimony chloride
A

AZADIRACHTA INDICA (neem) including its extracts and derivatives when included in Schedule 6.
A,E1
 

BARIUM SALTS, except barium sulfate
A

BASIL OIL
A,G3

BAY OIL
A,G3

BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE
 

·         when included in Schedule 5
A,G3,E2

·         when included in Schedule 6
A,G3,E2,S1

BENZENE
A,G3,E1,R1,S1

1,2-BENZENEDIOL (Catechol)
 

BENZOYL PEROXIDE
 

·         above 20 per cent
A,E2,S1

·         above 10 per cent up to 20 per cent
A,E1

·         10 per cent or less
A

BERGAMOT OIL
A,G3

BIFLUORIDES  (including ammonium, potassium and sodium salts)
 

·         when included in Schedule 5
A

·         when included in Schedule 6 or 7
A,G3,E2,S5

BORAX
A

BORIC ACID
A

BORON TRIFLUORIDE
 

·         when included in Schedule 5
A

·         when included in Schedule 6 or 7
A,G3,E2,S5

BROMOFORM
A,G3,E2,R1,S2

BRUCINE
A,G1,G2,G3,R2

2-BUTOXYETHANOL and its acetates
A,E2,S1

CADMIUM COMPOUNDS
A

CAJUPUT OIL
A,G3

CAMPHOR
A,G1,G3,G5

CARBAMIDE PEROXIDE
 

·         more than 9 per cent up to 60 per cent
A,G3,E2,S1

·         more than 60 per cent
A,G1,G3,G4,E2,S1

CARBON DISULFIDE
A,G3,E2,R1,S2

CARBON TETRACHLORIDE
A,G3,E1,R1,S1

CASSIA OIL
A,G3

CARBON DISULFIDE
A,G3,E2,R1,S2

CARBON TETRACHLORIDE
A,G3,E1,R1,S1

CASSIA OIL
A,G3

CHLORINATING COMPOUNDS, except when
separately specified, containing
 

·         above 4 per cent and below 10 per cent of available chlorine
A,G3,E1,S1

·         10 per cent or more of available chlorine
A,G3,E2,S1

CHLORIDE (gas)
A,E1,R1

CHLOROCRESOL
A,G3,E2,S2

CHLOROFORM
A,G3,E1,R1,S1

CHROMATES
A,G3,E2,S1

CHROMIUM TRIOXIDE
A,G3,E2,S1

CINEOLE
A,G1,G3

CINNAMON BARK OIL
A,G3

CINNAMON LEAF OIL
A,G3

CLIMBAZOLE
A

CLOVE OIL
A,G1,G3,E2

COCOYL GLYCINATE
E1

COPPER SULFATE
A,G3,E2,S1

CREOSOTE
A,G3,E2,S1

CRESOLS
A,G3,E2,S3

CRESOLS in pressurised spray packs
A,G6,E1,S1

CYANIDES
A,G1,E1,R2

CYANOACRYLIC ACID ESTERS
A

CYANURIC ACID
A

CYCLOHEXANONE PEROXIDE
A,G3,E2,S1

CYCTEAMINE
E1

ortho-DICHLOROBENZENE
A,G3,E1,S1

para-DICHLOROBENZENE (PDB)
A

DICHLOROETHYL ETHER
A,G3,E1,R1,S1

DICHLOROISOCYANURATES
A,G3,E1,S1

DICHLOROMETHANE (methylene chloride)
A,G3,G5,E1,R1,S1

·         in pressurised spray packs
A,G6,S1

DICHROMATES
A,G1,G3,E2,S1

DIDECYLDIMETHYLAMMONIUM SALTS
A,G3

DIESEL (distillate)
A,G3

DIETHANOLAMINE
 

·         when included in Schedule 5
A,G3

·         when included in Schedule 6
A,G3,E2,S1

DIETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOBUTYL ETHER
A

5,6-DIHYDROXYINDOLINE
E1

DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE
 

·         less than 75 per cent
A

·         75 per cent or more
A,E1,R1,S1

4,4-DIMETHYL-1-CYCLOHEXENE-1-PROPANAL
A,E2

DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE
A,G3,E1,S1

DINITROCRESOLS
A,G1,E1,S1

DINITROPHENOLS
A,G1,E1,S1

DIOXANE
A,G3,E1,R1,S1

DISTILLATE
A,G3

N-(N-DODECYL)-2-PYRROLIDONE
 

·         when included in Schedule 5 
A,G3,E1

·         when included in Schedule 6
A,G3,E2,S1

EPOXY RESINS liquid
A,G3,E2,S1

Essential oils containing CAMPHOR as natural component unless otherwise specified.
A,G3

ETHANOLAMINE
 

·         when included in Schedule 5
A,G3,E1

·         when included in Schedule 6
A,G3,E2,S1

ETHER
A,G3,E1,R1

ETHYL BROMIDE
A,E2,S1,R1

ETHYLENE GLYCOL
A

ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS and their acetates, except when separately specified
A,G3,E2,S1

ETHYLENE OXIDE
A,E2,R1

2-ETHYHEXYL 2-ETHYHEXANOATE
A

EUCALYPTUS OIL
A,G1,G3

EUGENOL
A,G1,G3,E2

FLUORIDE except when separately specified
 

·         when included in Schedule 5 
A

·         when included in Schedule 6
A,G1,G3,E2,S1

FORMALDEHYDE (see also paraformaldehyde)
A,G3,E2,R1,S1

FORMIC ACID
A,G3,E2,S1

FURFURAL
A,E1,S1

GLUTARALDEHYDE
 

·         below 5 per cent
A,G3,E1

·         5 per cent or more
A,G3,E2,S1

GLYCOLIC ACID
A,G3,E2

GUANIDINE when included in Schedule 6
A,G3,E2,S1

HEXACHLOROPHANE when included in Schedule 6
A

GLYCOLIC ACID
A,G3,E2

GUANIDINE when included in Schedule 6
A,G3,E2,S1

HEXACHLOROPHANE when included in Schedule 6
A

HEXYLOXYETHANOL
A,G3,E2,S1

HYDRAZINE
A,G1,G3,E2,R1,S1

HYDROCARBONS, liquid
A,G3

HYDROCHLORIC ACID
A,G3,E2,S1

·         when included in Schedule 5
A,G3

HYDROFLUORIC ACID and admixtures that
generate hydrofluoric acid
 

·         when included in Schedule 5
A

·         when included in Schedule 6 or 7
A,G3,E2,S5

HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
 

·         more than 3 per cent up to 20 per cent
A,G3,E2,S1

·         more than 20 per cent
A,G1,G3,G4,E2,S1

HYDROQUINONE
 

·         when included in Schedule 2
A

·         when included in Schedule 4 or 6
A,G2,G3,E2,R2,S1

HYDROSILICOFLUORIC ACID
 

·         when included in Schedule 5
A

·         when included in Schedule 6 or 7
A,G3,E2,S5

IODINE (excluding salts, derivatives and iodophors)
 

·         2.5 per cent or more for human external use
A,E2

·         2.5 per cent or more for other uses
A,E2,S1

·         below 2.5 per cent
A

IODOPHORS
A

ISOCYANATES, free organic
A,E2,S1

ISOPHORONE
A,G3,E2,S1

KEROSENE
A,G3

LAURETH CARBOXYLIC ACIDS
 

·         leave-on or wash-off preparations above 5 per cent
E1

·         other preparations above 5 per cent
E1,S1

LAURYL ISOQUINOLINIUM BROMIDE
A,E1

LEAD COMPOUNDS
 

·         in hair cosmetics
A

·         in other preparations
A,S1

LEMON OIL
A,G3

LEPTOSPERMUM SCOPARIUM OIL (manuka oil)
A,G1,G3

LIME OIL
A,G3

MAGNESIUM CHLORATE
A

MALATHION at 20 per cent or less
A

MARJORAM OIL
A,G3

MELALEUCA OIL
A,G1,G3

MERCAPTOACETIC ACID
A, E1

MERURIC CHLORIDE
 

·         for external therapeutic use
A

·         for other uses
A,G1,G3,E2,R2,S1

MERCURIC IODIDE
A,G1,G3,E2,R2,S1

MERCURIC NIRATE
A,G1,G3,E2,R2,S1

MERCURIC OXIDE
A,G1,G3

MERCURIC POTASSIUM IODIDE
A,G1,G3,E2,R2,S1

MERCURIC THIOCYANATE
A,G1,G3,E2,R2,S1

MERCUROCHROME
A

MERCUROUS CHLORIDE
A

MERCURY metallic
A

MERCURY, organic compounds
A,S1

·         in preparations for human external use
A

METALDEHYDE
A,E1,S1

METHANOL
 

·         above 10 per cent
A,G3

·         10 per cent or less
A

METHYLATED SPIRIT
A,G3

METHYL ETHYL KETONE
A,G3

METHYL ETHYL KETONE OXIME
A,E1,S1

METHYL ETHYL KETONE PEROXIDE
A,G3,E2,S1

METHYLEUGENOL
A

METHYL ISOAMYL KETONE
A,G3

METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
A,G3

N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE
 

·         when included in Schedule 5
A,G3,E1

·         when included in Schedule 6
A,G3,E2

METHYL SALICYLATE LIQUID when included in Schedule 5 or 6
A,G3,E1

NAPHTHALENE
A,G1,G3

NITRIC ACID
A,G3,E2,S1

NITROBENZENE
A,G3,E1,S1

NITROPHENOL
A,G3,E2,S1

NITROPRUSSIDES
 

·         in aerosols
A,G6,R1

·         in other preparations
A,G3

NONOXINOL 9
A,E2

NUTMEG OIL
A,G3

OCTHILINONE
A,G3,E2,S1

N-(N-OCTYL)-2-PYRROLIDONE
 

·         when included in Schedule 5
A,G3,E1

·         when included in Schedule 6
A,G3,E2

ORANGE OIL (bitter)
A,G3

OXALIC ACID
A,G3,E2,S1

PARAFORMALDEHYDE
A,G3,E2,R1,S1

PENNYROYAL OIL
A,G3

PERACETIC ACID
 

·         when included in Schedule 5
A,G3,E1,S1

·         when included in Schedule 6
A,G3,E2,S1

PETROL
A,G3,R1

2-PHENOXYETHANOL
 

PHENOLS
 

·         25 per cent and less
A,G3,E2,S3

·         above 25 per cent
A,G3,E2,S4

PEHNOLS in pressurised spray packs
A,E1

PHENYLENEDIAMINES including alkylated, arylated and nitro derivatives
 

·         in hair dyes. 
A,E1

·         in preparations other than hair dyes.
A,G1,G3,E1,S1

PHENYL METHYL KETONE as such, or in preparations of similar viscosity
A,G3,E1

N,N-BIS(PHENYLMETHYLENE)-BICYCLO
-(2.2.1)HEPTANE-2,5-DIMETHANAMINE
A,E2,S1

N,N-BIS(PHENYLMETHYLENE)-BICYCLO-
(2.2.1)HEPTANE-2,6-DIMETHANAMINE
A,E2,S1          

ortho-PHENYLPHENOL
A,G3,E2,S1

·         in pressurised spray packs
A,G6,E2,S1

PHOSPHONIC ACID
A,G3,E2,S1

·         neutralised to pH 6 (approx)
A

·         in spray packs
A,E2,S1

PHOSPHORIC ACID
A,G3,E2,S1

PHOSPHORUS, yellow
A,G1,G3,E2,R2,S2

ortho-PHTHALALDEHYDE
 

·         when included in Schedule 5
A,E1

·         when included in Schedule 6
A,G3,E2,S1

PICRIC ACID
A,G1,G3,E2,R1,S1

POLIHEXANIDE
E1

POLYETHANOXY (15) TALLOW AMINE
A,E2,S1

POLY(OXY-1,2-ETHANEDIYL), Α -
[2-[(2-HYDROXYETHYL)AMINO]-2-
OXOETHYL]- Α -HYDROXY-,MONO-C13-15
-ALKYL ETHERS
A,E1

POTASIUM BROMATE
A

POTASIUM CHLORATE
A

POTASSIUM CYANATE
A,E1,S1

POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE
A,G3,E2,S1

POTASSIUM METABISULPHITE
A

POTASSIUM NITRITE
 

·         when included in Schedule 7
A,G1,G3

·         when included in Schedule 5 or 6
A,G3

POTASSIUM PEROXOMONOSULFATE TRIPLE SALT
 

·         when included in Schedule 5
A,G3,E1

·         when included in Schedule 6
A,G3,E2,S1

POTASSIUM PERSULFATE
A,G3,E2

POTASSIUM SULFIDE
A,G3,E2,S1

PROPIONIC ACID
A,G3,E1,S1

d-PULEGONE
A,G3

PYRITHIONE ZINC
A,E1

QUATERNARY AMMONIUM COMPOUDS except when separately specified
 

·         above 20 per cent
A,G3,E2

·         20 per cent and below
A,E2

·         in pressurised spray packs
A,E2,G6

SAFROLE
A,G1,G3

SAGE OIL (Dalmatian)
A,G3

SASSAFRAS OIL
A,G1,G3

SELENIUM COMPOUNDS
A,G1,E1,S1

SILICOFLUORIDES
 

·         when included in Schedule 5
A

·         when included in Schedule 6
A,G1,G3,E2,S1

SILVER SALTS
A,E2

SODIUM ALUMINATE
A,G3,E2,S1

SODIUM BROMATE
A,G1

SODIUM CHLORATE
A

SODIUM DIACETATE
A,G3,E2,S1

SODIUM DICHLOROISOCYANURATE
A,G3,E1,S1

SODIUM DODECYLBENZENE SULFONATE
A,G3,E2,S1

SODIUM HYDROGEN SULFATE
A,G3,E1,S1

SODIUMHYDROSULFITE
A,G3,E2,S1

SODIUM HYDROXIDE
A,G3,E2,S1

SODIUM LAURETH-6 CABOXYLATE
A

SODIUM LAURYL SULFATE
 

·         leave-on or wash-off preparations above 5 per cent
E1

·         other preparations above 5 per cent
E1,S1

SODIUM METABISULPHITE
A, G3

SODIUM NITRITE
 

·         when included in Schedule 7
A,G1,G3

·         when included in Schedule 5 or 6
A,G3

SODIUM PRECARBONATE
 

·         when included in Schedule 5
A,G3,S1

·         when included in Schedule 6
A,G3,E2,S1

SODIUM PERSULFATE
A,G3,E2

SODIUM STANNATE
A,E1

SODIUM SULFIDE
A,G3,E2,S1

SODIUM TRICHLOROACETATE
A

STRCHNINE
A,G1,G2,G3,R2

STYRENE
A,G3,S1,E1

SULCOFURON
A

SULFAMIC ACID
A,G3,E2,S1

SULFURIC ACID
A,G3,E2,S1

TERPENES, chlorinated
A,G3

TETRACHLOROETHANE
A,G3,E1,R1,S1

TETRACHLOROETHYLENE
A,G3,E2,R1,S1

THIOUREA
A

THUJONE
A,G3

THYME OIL
A,G3

ortho-TOLIDINE
A

TOLUENE
 

·         above 75 per cent
A,G3,E1,R1,S1

·         75 per cent and below
A,G3

·         in pressurised spray packs
A

TOLUENEDIAMINE
 

·         in hair dyes
A,E1

·         in other preparations
A,G1,G3,E1,S1

TRICHLOROACETIC ACID
A,G3,E2,S1

TRICHLOROACETIC ACID ALKALI SALTS
A

1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE
A,G3,E1,R1,S1

TRICHLOROETHYLENE
A,G3,E1,R1,S1

TRICHLOROISOCYANURIC ACID
A,G3,E1,S1

TRIETHANOLAMINE
A,G3,E1,S1

TRIETHYL PHOSPHATE
A,E1

TRIFLUOROMETHANESULFONIC ACID
A,G3,E2

TRIISOPROPANOLAMINE LAURYL ETHER SULFATE
A,E1,S1

TURPENTINE (mineral)
A,G3

TURPENTINE OIL (vegetable)
A,G3,E2

WHITE SPIRIT
A,G3

XYLENE
 

·         above 75 per cent
A,G3,E1,R1,S1

·         75 per cent and below
A,G3

·         in pressurised spray packs
A,G6,E1,S1

XYLENOLS
 

·         in pressurised spray packs
A,E1

ZINC CHLORIDE
A,G3,E2,S1

ZINC SULFATE
A,G3,E2,S1

APPENDIX F – WARNING STATEMENTS AND GENERAL SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR POISONS
(other than agricultural and veterinary chemicals including pesticides registered by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority and medicines for human use when compliant with the requirements of the Required Advisory Statements for Medicine Labels. (where more than one statement or direction is required, they may be combined to form simple sentences where appropriate.))
INTRODUCTION
Warning Statements and Safety Directions
It is the responsibility of the manufacturer, packer and supplier of a drug or poison to ensure that the purchaser or user of a product is given sufficient information to be able to use it correctly and safely.
Under poisons legislation, scheduled substances, which may be harmful to the user, must be labelled with appropriate warning statements and/or safety directions.  The selection of warning statements and safety directions will depend on the formulation of the product, and the use for which it is sold or supplied.  The following code has been prepared as a guide for this purpose.
The wording of warning statements and safety directions specified in this Appendix may be varied provided that the intent is not changed.  Additional statements also may be added to ensure that the user of a product is sufficiently advised of its harmful nature and how to avoid any deleterious effects.
Poisons Information Centre Telephone Numbers
Companies should use the Poisons Information Centre telephone number(s) (Australia 13 11 26; New Zealand 0800 764 766) appropriate to the country(ies) of sale for  the product.
Companies wishing to use a poisons information centre telephone number other than the national telephone numbers for Australia and New Zealand in warning statement No. 99 in Part 1 of this Appendix must meet the following criteria:
1.         the poisons information service whose number is used must be attended by adequately trained staff for 24 hour emergency poisons information; and
2.         calls must be logged and submitted for incorporation into the official collection of poisoning data.
PART 1 – WARNING STATEMENTS

1.
Highly corrosive.

2.
Corrosive.

3.
Corrosive liquid.

4.
Strongly alkaline.

5.
Irritant.

6.
May cause cancer.

7.
WARNING – Causes birth defects.

8.
WARNING – May be fatal to children.

9.
Can be fatal to children if sucked or swallowed.

10.
May produce severe burns.

11.
WARNING  Vapour may be harmful.

12.
Vapour is harmful to health on prolonged exposure.

13.
May be fatal if inhaled, swallowed or absorbed through skin.

14.
Dust will irritate and burn eyes, nose and skin.

15.
Liquid will cause burns.

16.
Forms dangerous gas near radiators or naked flames.

17.
Contact with eyes even for short periods can cause blindness.

18.
Product will irritate the eyes, nose, throat and skin.

19.
WARNING – Skin contact may be dangerous. Take every precaution to avoid contact – wash off after spillage and after use.

20.
May give off dangerous gas if mixed with other products.

21.
WARNING - This product contains ingredients which may cause skin irritation to certain individuals. A preliminary test according to accompanying directions should be made before use. This product must not be used for dyeing eyelashes or eyebrows; to do so may be injurious to the eye.

22.
Highly reactive oxidising chlorine compound.

23.
May cause fire or explosion.

24.
For external washing only.  Rinse skin thoroughly after use.

25.
Do not use on broken skin. Wash hands thoroughly after use.

26.
(Powder) (and) (concentrated solutions) are dangerous if swallowed.

27.
Not for therapeutic use.

28.
(Over) (Repeated) exposure may cause sensitisation.

29.
If congestion persists, consult your doctor or pharmacist.

30.
WARNING - Do not use on face or on anal or genital areas.

31.
WARNING - Do not use on face or on anal or genital areas except on doctor’s advice.

32.
This preparation should be part of an overall treatment plan regularly assessed with your doctor.

33.
Do not take for periods longer than four weeks except on medical advice.

34.
WARNING - This medication may be dangerous when used in large amounts or for a long time (period).

35.
CAUTION - This preparation is for the relief of minor and temporary ailments and should be used strictly as directed.  Prolonged use without medical supervision could be harmful.
or
CAUTION - This preparation is for the relief of minor and temporary ailments and should be used strictly as directed.  Prolonged or excessive use without medical supervision could be harmful.

36.
For use under medical supervision only.

37.
Consult a doctor before giving this medication to children or teenagers with chicken pox, influenza or fever.

38.
CAUTION - Do not use for children under 2 years unless a doctor has told you to.

39.
This medication may cause drowsiness. If affected do not drive a vehicle or operate machinery. Avoid alcohol.

40.
This medication may cause drowsiness and may increase the effects of alcohol.  If affected do not drive a motor vehicle or operate machinery.

41.
Do not give to children under 12 years of age.  Do not use beyond 48 hours or in pregnancy or lactation except on doctor’s advice.

42.
WARNING - Overuse may stain the skin or mouth.

43.
Use of this product is not necessary in areas supplied with fluoridated water.

44.
WARNING - May be dangerous, particularly to children, if you use large amounts on the skin, clothes or bedding or on large areas of the body, especially if you keep using it for a long time.

45.
WARNING - If a pigmented spot or mole has recently become darker, changed colour, become enlarged or itchy, or bleeds, do not use this product, see your doctor immediately.  Do not use on children.  Do not use near the eyes.  Mild irritation may occur; stop use if it becomes severe.  If fading is not evident in three months, seek doctor’s advice.

46.
WARNING - Contains (name of substance) which causes birth defects in laboratory animals. Women of child bearing age should avoid contact with (name of substance).

47.
WARNING - This product contains (name of substance) which causes birth defects in certain laboratory animals.  Women of child bearing age are advised not to mix, load or spray this product.  They should keep out of crops being sprayed.

48.
WARNING - This product forms cyhexatin which causes birth defects in certain laboratory animals.  Women of child bearing age are advised not to mix, load or spray this product. They should keep out of crops being sprayed.

49.
WARNING - Do not mix with other medication except on veterinarian’s advice.

50.
Unless adequately fired, utensils glazed with this preparation must not be used as containers for food or beverages; to do so may cause lead poisoning.

51.
Irritant to skin, eyes, mucous membranes and upper respiratory tract.

52.
Breathing vapour or spray mist is harmful and may cause an asthma-like reaction.

53.
CAUTION - (Name of substance) should not be used by pregnant women.

54.
Seek medical advice before first course of treatment.

55.
Keep from eyes, lips, mouth and sensitive areas of the neck. If excessive swelling, irritation, redness or peeling occurs, discontinue use. If these persist, consult a physician. Avoid excessive exposure to sunlight and other sources of ultra violet light.

56.
WARNING - Can cause elevated blood pressure and interact adversely with other medication.

57.
Not to be applied to infants under 12 months of age unless on doctor’s advice.

58.
Highly reactive oxidising bromine and chlorine compound.

59.
May cause allergy.

60.
Do not mix with detergents or other chemicals.

61.
WARNING - Can react with other medicines. Ask your doctor or pharmacist before taking.

62.
Do not use if pregnant.

63.
See a doctor if you are pregnant or diabetic.

64.
See a doctor (or) (dentist) if no better after (Insert number of days as per approved Product Information) days.

65.
If getting better, keep using for (Insert number of days as per approved Product Information ) days.

66.
See a doctor if problem returns.

67.
Do not use if pregnant or likely to become pregnant.

68.
If symptoms persist beyond 5 days consult a doctor (or) (dentist).

69.
If symptoms recur within two weeks of completing the course, consult a doctor.

70.
Use only under medical supervision if you are taking other medicines.

71.
Do not use during the last three months of pregnancy.

72.
Do not use in the eyes.

73.
Do not use for acne.

74.
Do not use under waterproof bandages unless a doctor has told you to.

75.
Do not use for more than 7 days unless a doctor has told you to.

76.
Do not become pregnant during use or within (Insert number of months as per approved Product Information) month(s) of stopping treatment.

77.
WARNING - May cause birth defects.

78.
Attacks skin and eyes.

79.
Will irritate eyes.

80.
(Intentionally blank)

81.
(Intentionally blank)

82.
(Intentionally blank)

83.
This paint is dangerous to health, even when dry.
For industrial use only.
Do not use on toys or furniture.
Do not use on, in or around the home.

84.
Breathing the vapour is dangerous.
Provide adequate ventilation during application.
Do not use in the presence of a naked flame.
Do not smoke.

85.
This paint contains lead and is dangerous to health, even when dry.
For industrial use only.
Do not use on toys or furniture.
Do not use for painting any building or fixed structure.
Do not use where contact with food or drinking water is possible.

86.
This tinter contains lead.
Do not add to any paint which is for application to any toy, furniture, building (interior or exterior), fixed structure or to anything which may contact food or drinking water.

87. 
(Insert brand name) remains in the body for many months after treatment has stopped.  Do not become pregnant or father a child before consulting your doctor.

88.
This product is not recommended for dyeing eyelashes or eyebrows.  To do so may be injurious to the eye.

89.
Application to skin may increase sensitivity to sunlight.

90.
This preparation is to aid sleep. Drowsiness may continue the following day. If affected do not drive or operate machinery.  Avoid alcohol.

91.
CAUTION - Total iodine intake may exceed recommended level when taking this preparation.

92.
WARNING - Contains iodine - do not take when pregnant except on physician’s advice.

93.
Causes severe burns, which are not likely to be immediately painful or visible.

94.
WARNING - Contains nitrite. Substitution for table or cooking salt may be dangerous, particularly for young children.

95.
CAUTION - Do not use for children under 12 years unless a doctor has told you to.

96.
CAUTION - This preparation is for the relief of minor and temporary ailments and should be used strictly as directed. If symptoms persist or recur within two weeks, consult a doctor.

97.
Adults: Keep to the recommended dose. Don’t take this medicine for longer than a few days at a time unless advised to by a doctor.

98.
Children and adolescents:  Keep to the recommended dose. Do not give this medicine for longer than 48 hours at a time unless advised to by a doctor.

99.
If an overdose is taken or suspected, ring the Poisons Information Centre (Australia 13 11 26; New  Zealand 0800 764 766) or go to a hospital straight away even if you feel well because of the risk of delayed, serious liver damage.

100.
Do not take with other products containing paracetamol, unless advised to do so by a doctor or pharmacist.

101.
Don’t use [this product/name of the product]:
If you have a stomach ulcer.
In the last 3 months of pregnancy. [This statement may be omitted in preparations used exclusively for the treatment of dysmenorrhoea.]
If you are allergic to (name of substance) or anti-inflammatory medicines.

102.
Unless a doctor has told you to, don’t use [this product/name of the product]:
For more than a few days at a time.
With other medicines containing aspirin or other anti-inflammatory medicines.
If you have asthma.
In children under 12 years of age.
In children 12-16 years of age with or recovering from chicken pox, influenza or fever.
If you are pregnant.

103.
See a doctor before taking [this product/name of the product] for thinning the blood or for your heart. [This statement may be omitted in products for inhibition of platelet aggregation or with additional active ingredients.]

104.
Unless a doctor has told you to, don’t use [this product/name of the product]:
For more than a few days at a time.
With other medicines containing (name of substance) or other anti-inflammatory medicines.
If you have asthma.
If you are pregnant. [This statement may be omitted in preparations used exclusively for the treatment of dysmenorrhoea.]

105.
Do not use on the bedding or clothing of infants or in the bedrooms of children 3 years of age or less.

106.
Contains formaldehyde.

107.
(Intentionally blank)

108.
Breathing of solder fumes is harmful and may cause asthma or sensitisation.

PART 2 - SAFETY DIRECTIONS - GENERAL
To be grouped together and prefaced with the words “SAFETY DIRECTIONS” (see Part 2, Section 1.3(1)(n) to this Standard).
1.
Avoid contact with eyes.

2.
Attacks eyes - protect eyes when using.

3.
Wear eye protection when mixing or using.

4.
Avoid contact with skin.

5.
Wear protective gloves when mixing or using.

6.
Wash hands after use.

7.
Wash hands thoroughly after use.

8.
Avoid breathing dust (or) vapour (or) spray mist.

9.
Use only in well ventilated area.

10.
Ensure adequate ventilation when using.

11.
No smoking.

12.
Do not allow product to come into contact with other chemicals, especially acids.

13.
Do not allow product to come into contact with combustible materials such as paper, fabric, sawdust or kerosene.

14.
Do not allow to get damp.

15.
Store under cover in a dry, clean, cool, well ventilated place away from sunlight.

16.
Store and transport in an upright container.

17.
Do not mix with other chemicals.

18.
Do not mix with different types of chlorinating chemicals.

19.
Use clean containers for dispensing.

20.
Mix with water only.

21.
Do not add water to product - add product to water, but in case of fire drench with water.

22.
In case of spillage flush with large quantities of water.

23.
Keep away from heat, sparks and naked flames.

24.
Avoid contact of the crystals or strong solutions with the eyes, mouth, nose and other mucous membranes.

25.
Avoid contact with food.

26.
Avoid contact with clothing.

27.
Wear a positive-pressure air-supplied full-face respirator whilst spraying and until spray mist has been effectively dispersed. 

28.
Do not mix with hot water.

29.
Obtain a supply of calcium gluconate gel.

30.
(Intentionally blank.)

31.
Do not use on broken skin.

32.
Do not use under occlusive dressing.

33.
Mix strictly according to instructions.

34.
May cause fire if it comes into contact with other chemicals, paper or other flammable materials.

35.
Wash gloves thoroughly, immediately after use.

36.
Protect cuticles with grease or oil.

37.
Avoid breathing solder fumes.

PART 3 - POISONS (other than agricultural and veterinary chemicals) TO BE LABELLED WITH WARNING STATEMENTS OR SAFETY DIRECTIONS
(Where more than one statement or direction is required, they may be combined to form simple sentences where appropriate.)
POISON
WARNING STATEMENTS
SAFETY DIRECTION

ACETIC ACID in concentrations of 80 per cent          2 or more except when in Schedule 2.
2
1,4,8

ACETIC ANHYDRIDE
2
1,4,8

ACETONE in concentrations greater than 75 per cent.
 
1,4,8

ACITRETIN
 
7,62,76

ADAPALENE for topical use.
62,77
 

ALCLOMETASONE when included in Schedule 3.
38,72,73,74,75
 

ALKALINE SALTS
4
1,4

AMBRISENTAN
7,62,76
 

AMINES used as curing agentsfor epoxy resins.
 
1,3,4,5,8

AMMONIA/AMMONIUM HYDROXIDE in concentrations greater than 20 per cent ammonia except in smelling salts.
4
1,4,8

AMMONIUM PERSULFATE
5,21,25
1,5,23,33,34

ANHYDRIDES, organic acid, for use as curing agents for epoxy resins.
 
1,3,4,5,8

ANILINE
13
1,4,8

ANTIHISTAMINES not separately specified in this Appendix except:
39 or 40
 

a)      dermal, ocular, parenteral and paediatric preparations;
 
 

b)      oral preparations of astemizole, desloratadine, fexofenadine, loratadine or terfenadine;
 
 

c)      nasal preparations of azelastine; or
 
 

d)      preparations for the treatment of animals
 
 

AROMATIC EXTRACT OILS
 
1,3,4,5,6

ASPIRIN
 
 

a)               for inhibition of platelet aggregation.
36
 

b)      in sustained release  preparations containing 650  mg or more of aspirin.
36
 

c)      in other preparations.
101,102,103
 

ASTEMIZOLE
61
 

AZADIRACHTA INDICA  including its  extractsand derivatives when included in Schedule 6
67
 

AZOCYCLOTIN
48
 

BENOMYL
46
 

BENZENE
12
1,4,9

1,2-BENZENEDIOL (Catechol)
51,59
1,4,8

BENZOYL PEROXIDE when included in Schedule 2.
55
 

BENZOYL PEROXIDE when included in Schedule 5.
 
1,4,8

BERGAMOT OIL
89
 

BERYLLIUM
 
1,4,8

BEXAROTENE
 
 

a)      for human use.
7,62,76
 

b)      for topical use.
62,77
 

BIFLUORIDES (including ammonium, potassium and sodium salts)
 
 

a)      when included in Schedule 5.
1,4
 

b)      when included in Schedule 6 or 7.
1,17,93
1,3,4,5,8,29,35

BITHIONOL for the treatment of animals.
 
1,4,8

BORON TRIFLUORIDE (including mixtures that generate boron trifluoride)
 
 

a)      when included in Schedule 5.
2
1,4

b)      when included in Schedule 6 or 7.
1,17,93
1,3,4,5,8,29,35

BOSENTAN
7,62,76
 

BROMOFORM
1,4,8
 

2-BUTOXY-2’-THIOCYANODIETHYL ETHER
 
1,4,8

2-BUTOXYETHANOL and its acetates
 
1,4,8

CAMPHOR
 
 

a)      in block, ball, disc, pellet or flake form, enclosed in a device which, in normal use, prevents removal or ingestion of its contents.
9
 

b)      in other forms.
9
1

CARAMIDE PEROXIDE
 
 

a)      more than 9 per cent up to 30 per cent.
5
1

b)      more than 30 per cent up to 60 per cent.
5
2

c)      more than 60 per cent.
2
2,4

CARBON DISULFIDE
12
1,4,8,9,23

CARBON TETRACHLORIDE
12
1,4,8,9

CASSIA OIL
 
4

CHLORINATING COMPOUNDS
 
 

a)      in household cleaning or bleaching preparations.
20
 

b)      in preparations containing less than10 per cent of available chlorine.
11
1,4,10

c)      in liquid preparations containing 10 per cent or more of available chlorine.
3,18
1,4,6,8,10, 15,16, 17,18, 19,20,22,26

d)      in dry preparations containing 10 per cent or more of available chlorine.
10,18,22,23
1,4,8,12,13, 14,15,16,17, 18, 19,20,21, 22,26

e)      in dry preparations containing 10 per cent or more of available chlorine certified by a relevant State or  Territory authority as not being a Dangerous Good of Class 5, Division 5.1:Oxidising substances, as specified in the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail.
10,18,22
1,4,8,12,13, 14,15,16,17, 18,19,20,21, 22,26

f)       in compressed block or tablets containing10 per cent or more of  available chlorine except in preparations for use in toilet cisterns only, containing 15 g or less of trichloroisocyanuric acid.
10,22,23
12,13,14,15, 17,18,19,21

g)      in other compressed blocks or tablets containing 10 per cent or more of available chlorine certified by a relevant State or  Territory authority as not being a Dangerous Good of Class 5, Division 5.1: Oxidising substances, as specified in the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail except in preparations for use in toilet cisterns only, containing 15 g or less of trichloroisocyanuric acid.
10,22
12,13,14,15, 17,18,19,21

CHLOROFORM when included in Schedule 6
 
1,4,8

alpha-CHLOROHYDRIN
13,51
1,4,8,9

CHROMATES (including dichromates) of alkali metals or ammonia
 
1,4,8

CHROMIUM TRIOXIDE       
2,14,15,23
1,4,8,13

CIMETIDINE when included in Schedule 3
70,96
 

CINNAMON BARK OIL
 
4

CLOBETASONE when included in Schedule 3.
72,73,74,75,95
 

CLOTRIMAZOLE in vaginal preparations when included in Schedule 3.
54,63,64,66
 

CLOVE OIL
 
1

CYANIDES when included in Schedule 7.
13
4,8

CYANURIC ACID
 
1,4,8

CYCLOHEXANONE PEROXIDE
 
1,4,8

CYCTEAMINE
 
1

4,4-DIAMINODIPHENYLMETHANE (methylene dianiline)
 
1,4,8

ortho-DICHLOROBENZENE
 
1,4,8

para-DICHLOROBENZENE
 
1,4

DICHLOROETHYLENE
 
1,4,8

DICHLOEOETHYL ETHER
 
1,4,8

DICHLOROISOCYANURATES
 
 

a)      in household cleaning or bleaching preparations.
20
 

b)      in preparations containing less than 10 per cent of available chlorine.
11
1,4,10

c)      in liquid preparations containing 10 per cent or more of available chlorine.
3,18
1,4,6,8,10, 15,16,17,18, 19,20,22,26

d)      in dry preparations containing 10 per cent or more of available chlorine.
10,18,22,23
1,4,8,12,13,14, 15,16,17,18,19, 20,21,22,26

e)      in dry preparations containing 10 per cent or more of available chlorine certified by a relevant State or Territory authority as not being a Dangerous Good of Class 5, Division 5.1: Oxidising substances, as specified in the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail.
10,18,22
1,4,8,12,13,14, 15,16,17,18,19, 20,21,22,26

f)       in anti-bacterial tablets containing 2.5 g or less of sodium  dichloroisocyanurate.
60
 

g)      in other compressed blocks or tablets  containing 10 per cent or more of available chlorine except in preparations containing 21 g or less of sodium dichloroisocyanurate for use in toilet cisterns only.
10,22,23
12,13,14,15, 17,18,19,21

h)      in other compressed blocks or tablets containing 10 per cent or more of available chlorine certified by a relevant State or Territory authority as not being a Dangerous Good of Class 5, Division 5.1: Oxidising substances, as specified in the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail except in preparations containing 21 g less of sodium dichloroisocyanurate for use in toilet cisterns only.
10,22
12,13,14,15,17, 18,19,21

i)        in other compressed blocks or tablets containing 10 per cent or more of available chlorine  in preparations containing 5 g or less of sodium dichloroisocyanurate for use in toilet bowls only:
 
 

i)        during storage
10,22,23
12,13,14,15,17, 18,21

ii)      during use
5
1,4,7,12

j)        in other compressed blocks or tablets ontaining 10 per cent or more of available chlorine certified by a relevant State or Territory authority as not being a Dangerous Good of Class 5, Division 5.1: Oxidising substances, as specified in the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail in preparations containing 5 g or less of sodium dichloroisocyanurate for use in toilet bowls only.
 
 

i)        during storage    
10,22
12,13,14,15,17, 18,21

ii)      during use
5
1,4,7,12

DICHLORMETHANE (methylene chloride)
 
 

a)      in paint or lacquer removers.
12,16
1,4,8,11

b)      other than in paint or lacquer removers
 
1,4,8,25

DICLOFENAC
101,104
 

DIENESTROL
67
 

DIETHANOLAMINE when included in Schedule 5.
5
1,4

DIETHANOLAMINE when included in Schedule 6.
2,11,18
1,4,8

DIETHYLTOLUAMIDE for human use.
44
 

DIETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOBUTYL ETHER
5
1

5,6-DIHYDROXYINDOLINE
21,28
 

DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE
 
1,4,8

4,4-DIMETHYL-1-CYCLOHEXENE-1-PROPANAL
5,28
1,2

DIMETHYL SULFATE
2
1,4,8

DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE
 
 

a)      when not packed and labelled for therapeutic use.
27
1,4,5,8

b)      when packed and labelled for the treatment of animals.
49
1,4,5,8

DINITROCRESOLS (and their homologues) except when for therapeutic use.
 
1,4,8

DINITROPHENOLS (and their homologues) except when for therapeutic use.
 
1,4,8

DINOCAP
47
 

DIOXANE
 
1,4,8

DIPHENOXYLATE when included in Schedule 3.
39 or 40,41
 

ECONAZOLE in vaginal preparations when included in Schedule 3.
54,63,64,66
 

ENZALUTAMIDE.
7, 67,87
 

EPHEDRINE in nasal preparations for topical use.
29
 

EPICHLOROHYDRIN
2
1,4,8

EPOXY RESINS, liquid.
 
1,3,4,5,8

ETHANOLAMINE when included in Schedule 5.
5
1,4

ETHANOLAMINE when included in Schedule 6.
2,11,18
1,4,8

ETHER when included in Schedule 5 or 6.
 
1,4,8

2-ETHOXYETHANOL
77
1,4,8

ETHOXYETHYLMERCURIC CHLORIDE
 
1,4

ETHYL BROMIDE
 
1,4,8

ETHYLENE  CHLOROHYDRIN
 
1,4,8

ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOALKYL ETHERS and their acetates except when separately specified.
 
1,4,8

ETHYLENE OXIDE
 
1,4,8

2-ETHYLHEXYL 2-ETHYLHEXANOATE
53
 

ETHYLMERCURIC CHLORIDE
 
1,4

ETHYL METHACRYLATE
28
4,9,23

ETRETINATE
7,62,76
 

EUGENOL
 
1

FAMOTIDINE when included in Schedule 2.
96
 

FENTEROL in metered aerosols.
32
 

FLUCONAZOLE in oral preparations when included in      Schedule 3.
64
 

FLUORIDES (including silicofluorides) when included in Schedule 5 or 6 except when separately specified.
 
1,4

FORMALDEHYDE
 
 

a)      in nail hardener cosmetics.
106
1,4,8,36

b)      in other preparations.
106
1,4,8

FORMIC ACID
 
1,4,8

FURFURAL
5
1,4

Glazing preparations containing LEAD COMPOUNDS.
50
 

GLUTARALDEHYDE except when in Schedule 2
 
 

a)      25 per cent or less.
5,59
1,4,5

b)      more than 25 per cent.
3,59
1,4,5,8

GLYCOLIC ACID
79
1,5,6,31

HEXACHLOROPHANE in preparations for skin cleansing purposes containing 3 per cent or less of hexachlorophane.
24
 

HEXLOXYETHANOL
2
1,4,8

HYDRAZINE
 
1,4,8

HYDROCLORIC ACID
 
 

a)      30 per cent or less of HCl.
 
1,4

b)      more than 30 per cent of HCl.
 
1,4,8

HYDROCORTISONE
 
 

a)      for dermal use when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
38,72,73,74,75
 

b)      for topical rectal use when included in Schedule 2 or 3.
38,75
 

HYDROCYANIC ACID when included in Schedule 7.
13
4,8

HYDROFLUORIC ACID (including mixtures that generate hydrofluoric acid)
 
 

a)      when included in Schedule 5.
2
1,4

b)      when included in Schedule 6 or 7.
1,17,93
1,3,4,5,8,29,35

HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
 
 

a)      more than 3 per cent up to 10 per cent.
5
1

b)      more than 10 per cent up to 20 per cent.
5
2

c)      more than 20 per cent.
2
2,4

HYDROQUINONE
 
 

a)      when in Schedule 2.
45
 

b)      except when in Schedule 2 or 4.
 
1,4

HYDROSILICOFLUORIC ACID (including mixtures that generate hydrosilicofluoric acid)
 
 

a)      when included in Schedule 5.
2
1,4

b)      when included in Schedule 6 or 7.  
1,17,93
1,3,4,5,8,29,35

8-HYDROXYQUINOLINE (including salts and derivatives) when prepared for internal use.
33
 

IBUPROFEN
101,104
 

IODINE
 
 

a)               more than 20 per cent.
 
1,4,8

b)      in preparations for human internal therapeutic use containing 300 micrograms or more of iodine per recommended daily dose.
91,92
 

IPRATROPIUM BROMIDE in metered aerosols.
32
 

ISOCYANATES (free organic)
 
 

a)      when in paint.
28,52
1,5,8,10,27

b)      other than in paint.
28,52
1,4,8

ISOPRENALINE in metered aerosols
32
 

ISOTRETINOIN
 
 

a)      for human oral use.
7,62,76           
 

b)      for topical use.
62,77
 

LEAD COMPOUNDS
 
 

a)      in hair cosmetics.
25
 

b)      when in Schedule 6.
 
1,4,8

LEFLUNOMIDE
7,62,87
 

LEMON OIL
89
 

LENALIDOMIDE
7,62,76
 

LEVOCABASTINE
 
 

a)      in eye or nasal preparations containing 0.5 mg/mL or less of levocabastine.
62
 

b)      in other preparations.
62 and either 39 or 40
 

LIME OIL
89
 

LOPERAMIDE when in Schedule 2.
41
 

MAGNESIUM CHLORATE
 
1,4

MEFENAMIC ACID
101,104
 

MERCAPTOACETIC ACID
5, 28
1, 31

MERCURIC THIOCYANATE
 
1,4

METACRESOLSULPHONIC ACID and formaldehyde condensation product for the treatment of animals.
 
1,4

METHANOL except in methylated spirit.
 
1,4,8

METHOXAMINE in nasal preparations for topical use.
29
 

2-METHOXYETHANOL
77
1,4,8

METHYL CHLORIDE
 
1,4,8

METHYL ETHYL KETONE
5
1,4,8

METHYL ETHYL KETONE OXIME
5,28
1,4

METHYL ETHYL KETONE PEROXIDE
2
2,3,4,6

METHYL ISOAMYL KETONE
 
1,4,8

METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
 
1,4,8

METHYL ISOTHIOCYANATE
5,12
1,4,8

METHYL METHACRYLATE
28
4,9,23

METHYLDIBROMO GLUTARONITRILE
28
1,4,7

METHYLENE BISTHIOCYANATE
 
1,4

METHYLEUGENOL
 
1,6

METHYLNORBORNYLPYRIDINE
59
 

1-(BETA-METHYL SULPHONAMIDOETHYL)- 2-AMINO-3-N,N-DIETHYLAMINOBENZENE
 
1,4,8

MICONAZOLE in vaginal preparations when included in Schedule 3.
54,63,64,66
 

MISOPROSTOL
53
 

NAPHAZOLINE in nasal preparations for topical use.
29
 

NAPHTHALENE
 
 

a)      in block, ball, disc, pellet or flake form, enclosed in a device which, in normal use, prevents removal or ingestion of its contents.
9,105
 

b)      in other forms.
9,105
1

NAPROXEN
101,104
 

NICOTINE except when in tobacco
 
1,4

NITRIC ACID
 
 

a)      75 per cent or less HNO3.
2
1,4

b)      more than 75 per cent HNO3.
2
1,4,8

NITROBENZENE
 
1,4,8

NITROPHENOLS
 
1,4

NITROPRUSSIDES in aerosols.
84
8

NIZATIDINE when included in Schedule 2.
96
 

NORADRENALINE in metered aerosols.
32
 

NYSTATIN in vaginal preparations when included in Schedule 3.
54,63,64,65,66
 

ORANGE OIL (bitter)
89
 

ORCIPRENALINE in metered aerosols.
32
 

OXALATES, metallic
 
4,8

OXALIC ACID
2
4,8

OXYMETAZOLINE in nasal preparations for topical use.
29
 

PAINT
 
 

a)      First Group paints.
83
 

b)      Second Group paints.
84
 

PARACETAMOL
97 and/or 98,99,100
 

PENTACHLOROPEHNOL
 
1,4,8

PERACETIC ACID
2
1,4,8

PERMANGANATES
2
24

2-PHENOXYETHANOL        
5
1

PHENOL and any other homologue of phenol.
 
1,4

PHENOLS
 
5

PHENYLENEDIAMINES including both alkylated, arylated and nitro derivative
 
 

a)      in hair dyes.
21
 

b)      in preparations other than hair dyes.
28
1,4,8

PHENYLEPHRINE in nasal preparations for topical use.
29
 

POMALIDOMIDE.
7, 62, 76
 

N,N-BIS(PHENYLMETHYLENE)-BICYCLO-
(2.2.1)HEPTANE-2,5-DIMETHANAMINE
5,28
1,4,5,10

ortho-PHENYLPHENOL except when in antiseptics.
 
1,4

PHENYLPROPANOLAMINE
56
 

PHENYTOIN in pastes for the treatment of horses.
9
 

PHOSPHONIC ACID
 
1,4

PHOSPHORUS (yellow)
2
1,4

ortho-PHTHALADEHYDE
 
 

a)      when included in Schedule 5.
51,52,59
1,4,5,8,10

b)      when included in Schedule 6.
51,52,59
2,4,5,8,10

PICRIC ACID (more than 20 per cent).
 
1,4

PODOPHYLLIN
 
 

a)      in preparations specifically for use on anal or genital area.
36
 

b)      in other liquid preparations when included in Schedule 2 or Schedule 3.
31
 

c)      in other solid or semi-solid preparations when included in Schedule 2.
30
 

PODOPHYLLOTOXIN
 
 

a)      in preparations specifically for use on anal or genital area.
36
 

b)      in other liquid preparations when included in Schedule 2 or Schedule 3.
31
 

c)      in other solid or semi-solid preparations when included in Schedule 2.
30
 

POLIHEXANIDE
 
1,4,8

POLYETHANOXY (15) TALLOW AMINE
 
1,4

POLY(OXY-1,2-ETHANEDIYL), Α -[2-[(2-HYDROXYETHYL)AMINO] -2-OXOETHYL]- Α -HYDROXY-,MONO-C13-15 -ALKYL ETHERS
5,88
1,5

POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE
 
 

a)      in preparations containing  0.5 per cent or less of potassium hydroxide.
5
1,4,6

b)      in solid preparations containing more than 0.5 per cent of potassium hydroxide.
2,10,78
3,5,28

c)      in liquid preparations containing more than 0.5 per cent of potassium hydroxide.
2,10,78
3,5

POTASSIUM PERSULFATE
5,21,25
1,5,23,33,34

POTASSIUM SULFIDE
2
1,4

PROPIONIC ACID when in Schedule 6.
2
1,4

RANITIDINE when included in Schedule 2.
96
 

ROSIN
108
37

SAFROLE
 
 

a)      in preparations for therapeutic use.
 
1

b)      other than for therapeutic use.
 
1,4

SALBUTAMOL in metered aerosols or in dry powder formulations.
32
 

SALICYLAMIDE
34 or 35
 

SASSAFRAS OIL
 
 

a)      in preparations for therapeutic use.
 
1

b)      other than for therapeutic use.
 
1,4

SELENIUM COMPOUNDS except when for therapeutic use (human or animal).
 
1,4,8

SLIVER in smoking deterrents.
42
 

SITAXENTAN
7,62,76
 

SODIUM ALUMINATE
2
1,4

SODIUM CHLORATE
 
1,4

SODIUM DODECYLBENZENE SULFONATE
79
1

SODIUM FLUORIDE in preparations for human ingestion when in Schedule 2.
43
 

SODIUM HYDROGEN SULFATE
 
1,4,8

SODIUM HYDROSULFITE (more than 50 per cent).
5,26
1,4,8

SODIUM HYDROXIDE
 
 

a)      in preparations containing 0.5 per cent or less of sodium hydroxide.
5
1,4,6

b)      in solid preparations containing more than 0.5 per cent of sodium hydroxide.
2,10,78           
3,5,28

c)      in liquid preparations containing more than 0.5 per cent of sodium hydroxide.
2,10,78
            3,5

SODIUM LAURETH-6 CARBOXYLATE
79
1

SODIUM METABISULPHITE (more than 50 per cent)
5,26
1,4

SODIUM NITRITE in pickling or curing salts
94
 

SODIUM PERSULFATE
5,21,25
1,5,23,33,34

SODIUM SULFIDE
2
1,4

STYRENE
 
1,4,8

SULFAMIC ACID
2
1,4

SULFURIC ACID
2
1,4

SYMPHYTUM SPP. (Comfrey) when included in Schedule 5.
 
31,32

TAZAROTENE for topical use.
77,62
 

TERBUTALINE in metered aerosols or in dry powder formulations.
32
 

TERFENADINE
 
61

TERIFLUNOMIDE.
7,62,87
 

TERPENES, chlorinated
 
1,4,8

TETRACHLOROETHANE
12
8

TETRACHLOROETHYLENE when in Schedule 5 or 6.
12,16
1,4,8,11

TETRAHYDROZOLINE in nasal preparations for topical use.
29
 

THALIDOMIDE
7,62,76
 

THIOUREA
 
1,4

TOLUENE
 
1,4,8

TOLUENEDIAMINE
 
 

a)      in hair dyes.
21
 

b)      in preparations other than hair dyes.
 
1,4,8

TRAMAZOLINE in nasal preparations for topical use.
29
 

TRETINOIN
 
 

a)      for human oral use.
7,62,76
 

b)      for topical use.
62,77
 

TRIAMCINOLONE when in topical preparations for the treatment of mouth ulcers.
64 or 68
 

TRICHLOROACETIC ACID except when for therapeutic use.
2
1,4

1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE
 
8,9

TRICHLOROETHYLENE except when for therapeutic use.
12
1,4,5,8,9

TRICHLOROPHENOL
 
1,4,8

TRIETHANOLAMINE
5
1,4

TRIETHYL PHOSPHATE
 
1,4,8

TRIFLUOROMETHANESULFONIC ACID
 
 

a)               more than 10 per cent.
1,17
1,4,8

b)      10 per cent or less.
 
1,4,8

TRIISOPROPANOLAMINE LAURYL ETHER SULFATE
 
1,4,6

3,6,9-TRIOXAUNDECANEDIOIC ACID
5
1

TYMAZOLINE in nasal preparations for topical use.
29
 

VINCLOZOLIN
46
 

XYLENE
 
1,4,8

XYLOMETAZOLINE in nasal preparations for topical use.
29
 

ZINC CHLORIDE
 
1,4

ZINC SULFATE when in Schedule 6.
 
1,4

APPENDIX G – DILUTE PREPARATIONS
The requirements of this Standard do not apply to a poison listed in Column 1 of this Appendix at a concentration not more than that specified in Column 2 in respect of that poison.
Column 1
Poison
Column 2
Concentration (quantity per litre or kilogram)

ACETYLCHOLINE
1 mg

ALDOSTERONE
10 micrograms

ANTIMONY COMPOUNDS
1 mg

APOMORPHINE
1 mg

ARSENIC
1 mg

ATROPA BELLADONNA (belladonna)
300 micrograms

ATROPINE
300 micrograms

CANTHARIDIN
10 micrograms

CHLORINE
5 mg

CROTON TIGLIUM (croton oil)
1 mg

DIOXANE
100 mg

ERYSIMUM spp.
1 mg

FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE
100 micrograms

GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS
1 mg

GLUCAGON
100 micrograms

GLYCERYL TRINITRATE
100 micrograms

GROWTH HORMONE
10 micrograms

HALOPERIDOL
1 mg

HYDROCYANIC ACID
1 microgram

HYOSCINE
300 micrograms

HYOSCYAMINE
300 micrograms

HYOSCYAMUS NIGER
300 micrograms

HYPOTHALAMIC RELEASING FACTORS
10 micrograms

INDOMETHACIN
1 mg

MERCURY
1 mg

METHYLMERCURY
300 micrograms

NAPHTHALENE
1 mg

NERIUM OLEANDER
1 mg

OESTRADIOL
10 micrograms

OESTRONE
100 micrograms

OXYTOCIN
1 microgram

PHOSPHORUS
1 mg

PODOPHYLLUM RESIN (podophyllin)
1 mg

PROGESTERONE
1 mg

PROPRANOLOL
1 mg

SELENIUM
100 micrograms

STROPHANTHUS spp.
1 mg

STRYCHNINE
1 mg

TESTOSTERONE
1 mg

THYROXINE
10 micrograms

APPENDIX H – SCHEDULE 3 POISONS PERMITTED TO BE ADVERTISED

BUTOCONAZOLE.

CLOTRIMAZOLE.

DICLOFENAC.

DIMENHYDRINATE for the prevention and relief of motion sickness.

DIPHENOXYLATE.

ECONAZOLE.

FLUCONAZOLE.

HYDROCORTISONE.

MICONAZOLE.

NYSTATIN.

 
APPENDIX I
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APPENDIX J – CONDITIONS FOR AVAILABILITY AND USE OF SCHEDULE 7 POISONS
PART 1 – CONDITIONS FOR AVAILABILITY AND USE
The following controls are recommended for poisons only when included in Schedule 7. These conditions for availability and use may be implemented through poisons controls or other State or Territory legislation.
1.
Not to be available except to authorised or licensed persons.

2.
Not to be used in printing inks.

3.
Not to be used except by or in accordance with the directions of accredited government vermin control officers.

4.
Not to be used in industries which handle, process or store foods, animal feeds or packaging materials.

PART 2
A poison listed in this Appendix is to be available only in accordance with the conditions specified beside it in the “Conditions” column. The conditions apply only when the poison is included in Schedule 7.
POISONS
CONDITIONS

ABAMECTIN
1

ACIBENZOLAR-S-METHYL
1

ACROLEIN
1

ACRYLONITRILE
1

ALACHLOR
1

ALLYL ALCOHOL
1

4-AMINOPYRIDINE
1

ARPINOCID
1

ARSENIC
1

AZOCYCLOTIN
1

BENZENE
1

BIFLUORIDE (including ammonium, potassium and sodium salts)
1

BORON TRIFLUORIDE
1

BRODIFACOUM
1

BROMADIOLENE
1

BROMINE
1

BRUCINE  
1

CALCIFEROL
1

CAPTAFOL
1

CARBADOX
1

CARBON TETRACHLORIDE
1

CARBONYL SULFIDE.
1

CHLORDECONE
1

CHLORDIMEFORM
1

CHLORINE
1

CHLOROMETHIURON
1

CHLOROPRCRIN
1

4-CHLORO-O-TOLURIDINE
1

COLECALCIFEROL
1

COUMATETRALYL
1

CYANOGEN
1

CYCHEXATIN
1

4,4-DIAMINODIPHENYLMETHANE (methylene dianiline)
1

1,2-DIBROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE
1

1,3-DICHLOROPROPENE
1

DIFENACOUM
1

4-DIMETHYLAMINOAZOBENZENE
1

DINITROCRESOLS
1

DINITROPHENOLS
1

DINOSEB
1

EPICHLOROHYDRIN
1

EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR
1

ETACONAZOLE
1

ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE
1

ETHYLENE OXIDE
1

FLUROACETAMIDE
3

FLUOROACETIC ACID
3

FOLPET
1

HALOFUGINONE
1

HALOGENATED DIBENZODIOXINS AND DIBENZOFURANS
1

HCB
1

HYDROCYANIC ACID AND CYANIDES
1

HYDROFLUORIC ACID
1

HYDROSILICOFLUORIC ACID
1

IODOMETHANE
1

MADURAMICIN
1

MERCURY
1

METHACRIFOS
1

METHOXYETHYLMERCURIC ACETATE
1

METHOXYETHYLMERCURIC CHLORIDE
1

METHYL BROMIDE
1

4,4’-METHYLENEBIS[2-CHLOROANILINE]
1

MIREX
1

MOLINATE
1

NICOTINE
1

NITROFEN
1

PHENYLMERCURIC ACETATE
1

PHOSPHIDE,  metallic
1

PHOSPHINE
1

PROPYLENE OXIDE
1

PYRINURON
1

STRYCHNINE
1

SULCOFURON
1

TETRACHLOROETHANE
1

2,2’,6,6’-TETRAISOPROPYL-DIPHENYL-CARBODIMIDE
1

THALLIUM
3

ORTHO-TOLIDINE
1

TRICHLOROISOCYANURIC ACID
1

VINYL CHLORIDE
1

APPENDIX K –  DRUGS REQUIRED TO BE LABELLED WITH A SEDATION WARNING
(see Part 2, Section 1.5.6)
ALPRAZOLAM

AMISULPRIDE

AMITRIPTYLINE

AMYLOBARBITONE

ARIPIPRAZOLE

ASENAPINE

AZATADINE

BACLOFEN

BENZTROPINE

BROMAZEPAM

BROMPHENIRAMINE

BUCLIZINE

BUPRENORPHINE

BUTOBARBITONE

CETIRIZINE

CHLORAL HYDRATE

CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE

CHLORMETHIAZOLE

CHLORPHENIRAMINE

CHLORPROMAZINE

CLEMASTINE

CLOMIPRAMINE

CLONAZEPAM

CLONIDINE

CLORAZEPATE

CLOZAPINE

CODEINE except when included in Schedule 2 or 3.

CYCLIZINE

CYCLOBARBITONE

CYCLOSERINE

CYPROHEPTADINE

CYSTEAMINE

DANTROLENE

DESIPRAMINE

DEXCHLORPHENIRAMINE

DEXTROMORAMIDE

DEXTROPROPOXYPHENE

DIAZEPAM

DIFENOXIN

DIHYDROCODEINE

DIMENHYDRINATE

DIMETHINDENE

DIPHENHYDRAMINE

DIPHENOXYLATE

DIPHENYLPYRALINE

DOTHIEPIN

DOXEPIN

DOXYLAMINE

DRONABINOL (delta-9-TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL)

DROPERIDOL

DULOXETINE

ETHYLMORPHINE

FENFLURAMINE

FLUNITRAZEPAM

FLUPENTHIXOL

FLUPHENAZINE

FLURAZEPAM

GABAPENTIN

GEMCITABINE

GLUTETHIMIDE

HALOPERIDOL

HYDROCODONE

HYDROMORPHONE

HYDROXYZINE

IMIPRAMINE

LAMOTRIGINE

LEVETIRACETAM

LEVOCABASTINE

LORAZEPAM

LURASIDONE.

MAZINDOL

MEBHYDROLIN

MECLOZINE

MEDAZEPAM

MEPROBAMATE

MEPYRAMINE

METHADONE

METHDILAZINE

METHOCARBAMOL

METHYLPHENOBARBITONE

MIANSERIN

MIRTAZAPINE

MORPHINE

NABIXIMOLS .

NALBUPHINE

NITRAZEPAM

NORMETHADONE

NORTRIPTYLINE

OLANZAPINE

OPIUM in any form except the alkaloids noscapine and papaverine.

OXAZEPAM

OXYCODONE

PALIPERIDONE

PAPAVERETUM                                          

PENTAZOCINE

NITRAZEPAM

PENTOBARBITONE

PERAMPANEL

PERICYAZINE

PERPHENAZINE

PETHIDINE

PHENELZINE

PHENIRAMINE

PHENOBARBITONE

PHENOPERIDINE

PHENYLTOLOXAMINE

PHOLCODINE

PIMOZIDE

PIZOTIFEN

PRAZEPAM

PREGABALIN

PROCHLORPERAZINE

PROMAZINE

PROMETHAZINE

PROTRIPTYLINE

QUETIAPINE

QUINALBARBITONE

RETIGABINE

RISPERIDONE

ROTIGOTINE

RUPATADINE

SECBUTOBARBITONE

SUVOREXANT

TAPENTADOL

TEMAZEPAM

THENYLDIAMINE

THIETHYLPERAZINE

THIOPROPAZATE

THIORIDAZINE

THIOTHIXENE

TRAMADOL

TRANYLCYPROMINE

TRIFLUOPERAZINE

TRIMEPRAZINE

TRIMIPRAMINE

TRIPROLIDINE

ZIPRASIDONE

ZOLPIDEM

ZONISAMIDE

ZOPICLONE

APPENDIX L – REQUIREMENTS FOR DISPENSING LABELS FOR HUMAN AND VETERINARY MEDICINES
PART 1 – GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR DISPENSING LABELS
(see Part 2,Controls on Medcines and Poisons Section 1.5.6(1)(a))
(1) All details, words and other required information on a label on a container of a substance for therapeutic use must be in the English language in letters at least 1.5 millimetres in height.
(2) All symbols, numbers and words on a label must be in durable characters.
(3) The label on a container of a substance for therapeutic use must contain the following details:
a)      the name, address and telephone number of the dispenser supplying the substance;
b)      the approved name of the substance and/or its proprietary name (unless it is a preparation compounded in accordance with the dispenser’s own formula);
c)      adequate directions for use;
d)      the strength and form of the substance;
e)      the total quantity of the goods in the container;
f)       the words “KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN” in red on a white background;
g)      if the substance is intended for external use only, the word “POISON”, or the words “FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY”, in red on a white background;
h)      if the substance is a medicine, the name of the person for whom it was dispensed; and
i)        if the substance is a veterinary chemical, the species of animal, the name of the animal’s owner and the words “FOR ANIMAL TREATMENT ONLY”.
(4) The label on a container of a medicine or veterinary chemical that is supplied on prescription must also include:
a)      the prescription reference number;
b)      the date on which the prescription was supplied (unless that date is clear from the prescription reference number); and
c)      the directions for use set out in the prescription.
PART 2 - ADDITIONAL LABELLING REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN HUMAN MEDICINES
(see Part 2,Controls on Medcines and Poisons Section 1.5.6(1)(a))
Medicines required to be labelled with certain warning statements A substance listed in Column 1 of the following table must be labelled with the warning statement in Appendix F, Part 1, as specified opposite in Column 2.
Column 1
Substance
Column 2
Warning statement

ACITRETIN:
 

(i)      for oral use.
7,62 and 76

(ii)     for topical use.  
62 and 77

 

ADAPALENE:
 

(i)      for oral use.
7, 62 and 76

(ii)     for topical use.
62 and 77

 

AMBRISENTAN.
7, 62 and 76

 

BEXAROTENE:
 

(i)      for oral use.
7, 62 and 76

(ii)     for topical use.
62 and 77

 

BOSENTAN.
7, 62 and 76

 

DIENESTROL.
67

 

ETRETINATE:
 

(i)      for oral use.       
7, 62 and 76

(ii)     for topical use.
62 and 77

 

ENZALUTAMIDE
7, 67 and 87

 

FINGOLIMOD.
76

 

ISOTRETINOIN:
 

(i)      for oral use.
7, 62 and 76

(ii)     for topical use.
62 and 77

 

LEFLUNOMIDE.
7, 62 and 87

 

LENALIDOMIDE:
 

(i)      for oral use.
7, 62 and 76

(ii)     for topical use.
62 and 77

 

LEVOCABASTINE.
62

 

MACITENTAN.
7, 62 and 76

 

MISOPROSTOL.
53

 

POMALIDOMIDE.
7,62 and 76

 

RIOCIGUAT.
7, 62 and 76

 

SITAXENTAN.
7, 62 and 76

 

TERIFLUOMIDE.
7, 62 and 87

 

THALIDOMIDE:
 

(i)      for oral use.
7, 62 and 76

(ii)     for topical use.
62 and 77

 

TRETINOIN:
 

(i)      for oral use.
7, 62 and 76

(ii)     for topical use.  
62 and 77

INDEX
1
(1-(2-MORPHOLIN-4-YLETHYL)INDOL-3-YL)-NAPTHALEN-1- YLMETHANONE
cross reference: JWH-200
Schedule 9
1-(3,4,5-TRIMETHOXYPHENYL)-2-AMINOBUTANE
Schedule 9
1-(3-TRIFLUOROMETHYLPHENYL)PIPERAZINE
cross reference: TFMPP          
Schedule 9
1-(5-FLUOROPENTYL)-3-(2-IODOBENZOYL)INDOLE
cross reference: AM-694        
Schedule 9
1-(8-BROMOBENZO[1,2-B;4,5-B]DIFURAN-4-YL)-2-AMINOPROPANE
cross reference: BROMO-DRAGONFLY       
Schedule 9
1-(BETA-METHYL SULPHONAMIDOETHYL)- 2-AMINO-3
Appendix F, Part 3
1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE          
cross reference: DESIGNATED SOLVENT
Schedule 10
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Part 1 - Interpretation
1,2-BENZENEDIAMINE
Schedule 10
1,2-BENZENEDIOL
cross reference: CATECHOL 
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
1,2-DIBROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
1,2-DICHLOROPROPANE
Schedule 6
1,2-ETHANEDIAMINE POLYMER WITH (CHLOROMETHYL)OXIRANE AND N-METHYLMETHANAMINE
cross reference: N-METHYLMETHANAMINE
Schedule 5      
1,3,5,7-TETRAAZATRICYLO[3.3.1.13,7] DECANE
cross reference: HEXAMINE, HEXAMETHYLENETETRAMINE
Schedule 5
1,3-BENZENEDIAMINE
Schedule 10
1,3-DICHLOROPROPENE
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
1,3-DIMETHYLAMYLAMINE
cross reference: 4-METHYLHEXANE-2-AMINE, DMAA
Schedule 10
1,4-BUTANEDIOL
Schedule 10
2-ETHYLHEXYL 2-ETHYLHEXANOATE
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
2,4-DIAMINOPHENOXYETHANOL
Schedule 6
13C-UREA
Appendix B, Part 3
19-NORANDROSTENEDIOL
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
19-NORANDROSTENEDIONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
1-AMINOMETHANAMIDE DIHYDROGEN TETRAOXOSULFATE
Schedule 6
1-METHYL-4-PHENYL-4-PIPERIDINOL PROPIONATE
cross reference: ACIDMPPP
Schedule 9
1-METHYL-4-PHENYLPIPERIDINE-4-CARBOXYLIC ACID
cross reference: PETHIDINE INTERMEDIATE C
Schedule 8
1-METHYLCYCLOPROPENE
Appendix B, Part 3
1-OCTEN-3-OL
Schedule 6
1-PENTYL-3-(1-NAPHTHOYL)INDOLE
cross reference: JWH-018
Schedule 9
1-PENTYL-3-(4-METHYL-1-NAPTHOYL)INDOLE
cross reference: JWH-122      
Schedule 9
1-PHENYLETHYL-4-PHENYL-4-PIPERIDINOL ACETATE
cross reference: PEPAP
Schedule 9
2
2-(2-METHOXYPHENYL)-1-(1-PENTYLINDOL-3-YL)ETHANONE
cross reference: JWH-250
Schedule 9
2-(4-CHLOROPHENYL)-(1,2,4)TRIAZOLO[5,1-A]ISOQUINOLINE
Schedule 4
2,2’,6,6’-TETRAISOPROPYL-DIPHENYL-CARBODIIMIDE
cross reference: STABAXOL
Schedule 6
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
2,2-DPA
cross reference: SODIUM 2,2-DICHLOROPROPIONATE     
Appendix B, Part 3
2,3,6-TBA
Schedule 5
2,4,5-T           
Schedule 5
2,4-D  
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
2,4-DB
Schedule 5
2,4-DES
Schedule 5
2,4-DICHLORPROP
Schedule 6
2,4-DINITROCHLOROBENZENE
Schedule 4
2,4-TOLUENEDIAMINE
Schedule 10
2,5-DIMETHOXY-4-IODOPHENETHYLAMINE DIMETHOXY-4-(N)-PROPYLTHIOPHENETHYLAMINE
cross reference: 2C-T-7
Schedule 9
2,5-DIMETHOXY-4-BROMOAMPHETAMINE
cross reference: DOB
Schedule 9
2,5-DIMETHOXY-4-ETHYL-a-AMPHETAMINE
cross reference: DOET
Schedule 9
2,5-DIMETHOXY-4-ETHYLTHIOPHENETHYLAMINE
cross reference: 2C-T-2
Schedule 9
2,5-DIMETHOXY-4-IODOPHENETHYLAMINE
cross reference: 2C-I
Schedule 9
2,5-DIMETHOXYAMPHETAMINE
cross reference: DMA 
Schedule 9
2-[(1R,3S)-3-HYDROXYCYCLOHEXYL]-5-(2-METHYLNONAN-2-YL)PHENOL       
cross reference: CANNABICYCLOHEXANOL, CP 47,497 C8 HOMOLOGUE, CP 47,497
Schedule 9
2-AMINO-1-(2,5-DIMETHOXY-4-METHYL)PHENYLPROPANE
cross reference: DOM, STP
Schedule 9
2-BUTOXY-2’-THIOCYANODIETHYL ETHER
Schedule 6
Appendix F, Part 3
2-BUTOXYETHANOL
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
2-CHLORO-6-(TRICHLOROMETHYL)-PYRIDINE
Schedule 6
2-ETHOXYETHANOL
Schedule 7
Appendix F, Part 3
2-METHOXYETHANOL
Schedule 7
Appendix F, Part 3
2-MERCAPTOETHANOL
Schedule 6
2-METHYL-3-MORPHOLINO-1, 1-DIPHENYLPROPANE CARBOXYLIC ACID       
cross reference: MORAMIDE INTERMEDIATE
Schedule 9
2-METHYLTHIO-4-(2-METHYLPROP-2-YL) AMINO-6-CYCLOPROPYLAMINO-5- TRIAZINE
Schedule 5
2-NITROTOLUENE
Schedule 7
2-PHENOXYETHANOL
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
2-PROPYLENE GLYCOL 1-MONOMETHYL
Appendix B, Part 3
3
3-(1,2-DIMETHYLHEPTYL)-1-HYDROXY-7,8,9,10-TETRAHYDRO-6,6,9- TRIMETHYL-6H-DIBENZO (b,d) PYRAN
cross reference: DMHP
Schedule 9
3-(2-DIMETHYLAMINOETHYL)-4-HYDROXYINDOLE
cross reference: PSILOCINE, PSILOTSIN      
Schedule 9
3,4,5-TRIMETHOXY- α –METHYLPHENYLETHYLAMINE
cross reference: TMA
Schedule 9
3,4,5-TRIMETHOXYPHENETHYLAMINE
cross reference: MESCALINE, METHOXYPHENAMINE, METHOXY-PHENYLETHYLAMINE
Schedule 9
3,4-DICHLORO-N-{[1DIMETHYLAMINO)CYCLOHEXYL]METHYL}
BENZAMIDE            
Schedule 9
3,4-METHYLENEDIOXYAMPHETAMINE
cross reference: MDA 
Schedule 9
3,4-METHYLENEDIOXYPYROVALERONE
cross reference: MDPV
Schedule 9
3,7-DIMETHYLE-2-6,-OCTADIENAL
cross reference: CITRAL, NERAL, GERANIAL
Schedule 5
3,6,9-TRIOXAUNDECANEDIOIC ACID
Schedule 5
Appendix F, Part 3
3-HEXYL-1-HYDROXY-7,8,9,10-TETRAHYDRO-6,6,9-TRIMETHYL-6H-DIBENZO (b,d) PYRAN
cross reference: PARAHEXYL
Schedule 9
3-IODO-2-PROPYNYL BUTYL CARBAMATE
cross reference: IODOCARB
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
3-METHYLFENTANYL
Schedule 9
3-METHYLTHIOFENTANYL
Schedule 9
4
4,4’-METHYLENEBIS[2-CHLOROANILINE]
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
4,4-DIAMINODIPHENYLMETHANE
cross reference: METHYLENE DIANILINE
Schedule 7
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix J, Part 2
4,5-DICHLORO-2-N-OCTYL-3(2H)-ISOTHIAZOLONE
Schedule 6
4-[4-(ACETYLOXY)PHENYL]-2-   
Appendix B, Part 3
4-AMINOPYRIDINE
cross reference: FAMPRIDINE           
Schedule 7
Schedule 4
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix J, Part 2
4-BROMO-2,5-DIMETHOXYPHENETHYLAMINE         
cross reference: BDMPEA
Schedule 9
4-CHLOROMETHANDIENONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item D ( Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
4-CHLORO-O-TOLURIDINE
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
4-CPA
Schedule 5
4-CYANO-1-METHYL-4-PHENYLPIPERIDINE
cross reference: PETHIDINE INTERMEDIATE A
Schedule 8      
4-CYANO-2-DIMETHYLAMINO-4,4’-DIPHENYLBUTANE
cross reference: METHADONE INTERMEDIATE
Schedule 9
4-DIMETHYLAMINOAZOBENZENE
cross reference: MOCA, N,N-DIMETHYL-4-[PHENYLAZO]-BENZENAMINE
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
4-FLUORO-N-METHYLAMPHETAMINE
cross reference: 4-FLUORO-N-METHAMPHETAMINE
Schedule 9
4-HYDROYXBUTANOIC ACID
Schedule 9
4-METHOXY- α –METHYLPHENYLETHYLAMINE
cross reference: PMA
Schedule 9
4-METHYLAMINOREX
Schedule 9
4-METHYLMETHCATHINONE
cross reference: MEPHEDRONE        
Schedule 9
4-METHYLTHIOAMPHETAMINE
Schedule 9
4-PHENYLPIPERIDINE-4-CARBOXYLIC ACID ETHYL ESTER
cross reference: PETHIDINE INTERMEDIATE B
Schedule 8
4,4-DIMETHYL-1-CYCLOHEXENE-1-PROPANAL
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
5
5-(2-AMINOPROPYL)INDAN
Schedule 9
5,6-DIHYDROXYINDOLINE          
Schedule 10
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appnedix F, Part 3
5-AMINOLEVULINIC ACID
Schedule 4
5-CHLORO-3-METHYL-4-NITROPYRAZOLE
Schedule 7
5-METHOXY- α –METHYLTRYPTAMINE
cross reference: 5-MeO-AMT
Schedule 9
5-METHOXY-3,4-METHYLENEDIOXYAMPHETAMINE
cross reference: MMDA
Schedule 9
8
8-HYDROXYQUINOLINE
cross reference: CLIOQUINOL
Schedule 2
Appendix F, Part 3
A
ABACAVIR   
Schedule 4
ABAMECTIN            
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix J, Part 2
ABATACEPT
Schedule 4
ABCIXIMAB
Schedule 4
ABIRATERONE ACETATE
Schedule 4
ABRUS PRECATORIUS
cross reference: JEQUIRITY
Schedule 10
ABSCISIC ACID
Schedule 5
ACAMPROSATE CALCIUM          
Schedule 4
ACARBOSE  
Schedule 4
ACEBUTOLOL
Schedule 4
ACEPHATE
Schedule 6
ACEPROMAZINE
Schedule 4
ACETAMIPRID        
Schedule 6
ACETANILIDE
cross reference: ALKYL ACETANILIDES
Schedule 4
ACETARSOL
Schedule 4
ACETAZOLAMIDE 
Schedule 4
ACETIC ACID
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 2
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
ACETIC ANHYDRIDE
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
ACETOHEXAMIDE
Schedule 4
ACETONE
cross reference: DESIGNATED SOLVENT
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Part 1 – Interpreation
ACETORPHINE
Schedule 9
ACETYL ISOVALERYLTYLOSIN
Schedule 4
ACETYL-ALPHA-METHYLFENTANYL
Schedule 9
ACETYLCARBROMAL
Schedule 4
ACETYLCHOLINE
Schedule 4
Appendix G
ACETYLCYSTEINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
ACETYLDIGITOXIN          
Schedule 4
ACETYLDIHYDROCODEINE
Schedule 8
ACETYLMETHADOL
Schedule 8
ACETYLMETHYLDIMETHYLOXIMIDOPHENYLHYDRAZINE         
Schedule 4
ACETYLMORPHINES
Schedule 8
ACETYLSTROPHANTHIDIN
Schedule 4
ACIBENZOLAR-S-METHYL
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
ACICLOVIR
Schedule 4
ACIFLUORFEN
Schedule 6
ACINITRAZOLE
Schedule 6
ACIPIMOX   
Schedule 4
ACITRETIN  
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
ACLIDINIUM BROMIDE
Schedule 4
ACOKANTHERA OUABAIO         
Schedule 4
ACOKANTHERA SCHIMPERI
Schedule 4
ACONITUM spp.
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
ACORUS CALAMUS
cross reference: CALAMUS
Schedule 10
ACRIFLAVINE
Schedule 7
Schedule 5
ACRIVASTINE
Schedule 4
ACROLEIN   
Schedule 7
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
ACRYLONITRILE   
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
ADALIMUMAB
Schedule 4
ADAPALENE
Schedule 4
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
ADEFOVIR   
Schedule 4
ADENOSINE
Schedule 4
ADIPHENINE
Schedule 4
ADONIS VERNALIS
Schedule 4
ADRAFINIL
Schedule 4
ADRENALINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
ADRENOCORTICAL HORMONES
Schedule 4
AFAMELANOTIDE
cross reference: MELANOCYTE STIMULATING HORMONE         
Schedule 4
AFATINIB DIMALEATE
Schedule 4
AFLIBERCEPT
Schedule 4
AFOXOLANER
Schedule 5
AGALSIDASE
Schedule 4
AGLEPRISTONE     
Schedule 4
AGOMELATINE
Schedule 4
AGROBACTERIUM RADIOBACTER
Appendix B, Part 3
AKLOMIDE
Schedule 5
ALACHLOR 
Schedule 7
Appneidx J, Part 2
ALATROFLOXACIN MESYLATE
Schedule 4
ALBENDAZOLE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
ALCLOFENAC
Schedule 4
ALCLOMETASONE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Appendix F, Part 3
ALCOHOL, DEHYDRATED
Appendix B, Part 3
ALCURONIUM
Schedule 4
ALDESLEUKIN
Schedule 4
ALDICARB
Schedule 7
ALDOSTERONE
Schedule 4
Appendix G
ALDOXYCARB
Schedule 7
ALDRIN
Schedule 6
ALEFACEPT
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 7
ALEMTUZUMAB
Schedule 4
ALENDRONIC ACID
Schedule 4
ALFACALCIDOL
Schedule 4
ALFENTANIL
Schedule 8
ALFUZOSIN
Schedule 4
ALGICIDES
Appendix A
ALGLUCERASE
Schedule 4
ALGLUCOSIDASE
Schedule 4
ALISKIREN  
Schedule 4
ALKALINE SALTS
cross reference: LYE WATER, POTASSIUM CARBONATE. POTASSIUM PHOSPHATE, POTASSIUM SALTS, POTASSIUM SILICATE, SODIUM CARBONATE, SODIUM SALTS, SODIUM SILICATE(S)
Schedule 10
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
ALKOXYAMPHETAMINES           
Schedule 9
ALKOXYLATED FATTY ALKYLAMINE POLYMER
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
ALKOXYPHENYLETHYLAMINES
Schedule 9
ALKYLTHIOAMPHETAMINES
Schedule 9
ALLERGENS
Schedule 4
ALLETHRIN
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
ALLOPURINOL
Schedule 4
ALLOXYDIM           
Schedule 5
ALLYL ALCOHOL  
Schedule 6
Appendix J, Part 2
ALLYLISOPROPYLACETYLURE
Schedule 10
ALLYLOESTRENOL
Schedule 4
ALLYLPRODINE
Schedule 10
ALOGLIPTIN
Schedule 4
ALOSETRON
Schedule 4
ALOXIPRIN
Schedule 2
ALPHA1-PROTEINASE INHIBITOR (HUMAN)
Schedule 4
ALPHACETYLMETHADOL          
Schedule 8
ALPHA-CHLOROHYDRIN
Schedule 6
Appendix F, Part 3
ALPHA-CYPERMETHRIN 
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
ALPHADOLONE
Schedule 4
ALPHAMEPRODINE          
Schedule 9
ALPHAMETHADOL
Schedule 9
ALPHA-METHYLFENTANYL       
 Schedule 9
ALPHA-METHYLTHIOFENTANYL
Schedule 9
ALPHAPRODINE    
Schedule 8
ALPHAXALONE
Schedule 4
ALPRAZOLAM
Schedule 8
Appendix D, Item 5 (Benzodiazepine group entry)
ALPRENOLOL
Schedule 4
ALPROSTADIL
Schedule 4
ALSEROXYLON
Schedule 4
ALTEPLASE 
Schedule 4
ALTRENOGEST      
Schedule 4
ALTRETAMINE
cross reference: HEXAMETHYLMELAMINE
Schedule 4
ALUM
Appendix B, Part 3
ALUMINIUM AMMONIUM SULFATE
Appendix B, Part 3
ALUMINIUM POTASSIUM SULFATE
Appendix B, Part 3
ALUMINIUM SILICATE
Appendix B, Part 3
ALUMINIUM tris (ETHYLPHOSPHONATE)
Appendix B, Part 3
AMANTADINE         
Schedule 4
AMBENONIUM CHLORIDE          
Schedule 4
AMBRISENTAN
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 6
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
AMBUCETAMIDE
Schedule 4
AMBUTONIUM BROMIDE            
Schedule 4
AMCINONIDE         
Schedule 4
AMETHOCAINE
cross reference: TETRACAINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
AMETOCTRADIN   
Appendix B, Part 3
AMETRYN
Schedule 5
AMICARBAZONE   
Schedule 6
AMIDITHION
Schedule 6
AMIFOSTINE
Schedule 4
AMIKACIN
Schedule 4
AMILORIDE
Schedule 4
AMINACRINE
Schedule 7
Schedule 5
AMINES
cross reference: CURING AGENTS FOR EPOXY RESINS    
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
AMINOCAPROIC ACID
Schedule 4
AMINOCARB           
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
AMINOCYCLOPYRACHLOR       
Schedule 5
AMINOETHOXYVINYLGLYCINE           
Schedule 6
AMINOGLUTETHIMIDE
Schedule 4
AMINOMETRADINE
Schedule 4
AMINOPHENAZONE
cross reference: AMIDOPYRINE
Schedule 10
Schedule 4
AMINOPHYLLINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
AMINOPTERIN
Schedule 4
AMINOPYRALID
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
AMINOREX
Schedule 4
AMINOSALICYLIC ACID
Schedule 4
AMIODARONE
Schedule 4
AMIPHENAZOLE
Schedule 4
AMISOMETRADINE
Schedule 4
AMISULPRIDE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
AMITON       
Schedule 7
AMITRAZ
Schedule 6
AMITRIPTYLINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
AMITROLE  
Schedule 5
AMLODIPINE          
Schedule 4
AMMI VISNAGA
Schedule 4
AMMONIA
cross reference: AMMONIUM HYDROXIDE, CHROMATES           
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
AMMONIUM BROMIDE
Schedule 4
AMMONIUM PERSULFATE
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
AMMONIUM PHOSPHATE
Appendix B, Part 3
AMMONIUM THIOCYANATE
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
AMMONIUM THIOSULPHATE
Appendix B, Part 3
AMODIAQUINE
Schedule 4
AMOROLFINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
AMOXAPINE
Schedule 4
AMOXYCILLIN
Schedule 4
AMPHETAMINE
Schedule 8
AMPHOMYCIN
Schedule 4
AMPHOTERICIN
Schedule 4
AMPICILLIN            
Schedule 4
AMPRENAVIR
Schedule 4
AMPROLIUM           
Appendix B, Part 3
AMRINONE
Schedule 4
AMSACRINE
Schedule 4
AMYGDALIN            2
Schedule 10
AMYL ACETATE
Appendix B, Part 3
AMYL NITRITE
Schedule 4
α -AMYLASE derived from Aspergillus niger
Appendix B, Part 3
AMYLOBARBITONE
Schedule 8
Schedule 4
Appendix K
AMYLOCAINE
Schedule 4
ANABOLIC STEROIDAL AGENTS
cross reference: ANDROSTERONE, STEROIDAL AGENTS
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
ANAGRELIDE
Schedule 4
ANAKINRA
Schedule 4
ANASTROZOLE
Schedule 4
ANCESTIM   
Schedule 4
ANCHUSA OFFICINALIS   
Schedule 10
ANCROD
Schedule 4
ANDROGENIC STEROIDAL AGENTS
cross reference: STEROIDAL AGENTS
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
ANDROISOXAZOLE           
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
ANDROSTANOLONE
Schedule 4
ANDROSTENEDIOL
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents) 
ANDROSTENEDIONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
ANDROSTENEDIONE ALBUMEN
Appendix B, Part 3
ANECORTAVE
Schedule 4
ANGIOTENSIN AMIDE
Schedule 4
ANHYDRIDES, ORGANIC ACID
cross reference: CURING AGENTS FOR EPOXY RESINS
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
ANIDULAFUNGIN  
Schedule 4
ANILERIDINE
Schedule 8
ANILINE       
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
AppendixF, Part 3
ANISE OIL    
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2, Part 4
ANISTREPLASE
Schedule 4
ANTAZOLINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
ANTIBIOTIC SUBSTANCES
cross reference: NISIN
Schedule 4
ANTIGENS
Schedule 4
ANTIHISTAMINES
cross reference: ASTEMIZOLE, AZELASTINE, DESLORATADINE, FEXOFENADINE, LORATADINE, TERFENADINE
Schedule 4
Appendix F, Part 3
ANTIMONY
cross reference: ANTIMONY COMPOUNDS, ANTIMONY CHLORIDE, ANTIMONY TITANATE
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix G
ANTISERA
cross reference: IMMUNOSERA
Schedule 4
AOD-9604 (CAS No. 221231-10-3)
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
APIXABAN
Schedule 4
APOCYNUM spp.
Schedule 4
APOMORPHINE
Schedule 4
Appendix G
APRACLONIDINE   
Schedule 4
APRAMYCIN
Schedule 4
APREPITANT
Schedule 4
APRONAL
Schedule 4
APROTININ
Schedule 4
ARECOLINE
Schedule 4
ARIPIPRAZOLE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
ARISTOLOCHIA spp.
Schedule 10
ARISTOLOCHIC ACID(S)
cross reference: ASARUM spp,  BRAGANTIA
Schedule 10    
ARPRINOCID          
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
ARSENIC
cross reference: ARSENIC  TRIOXIDE, CACODYLIC ACID, TERMITE BARRIERS, COPPER-CHROME-ARSENIC, SELENIUM ARSENIDE, THIACETARSAMIDE
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Appendix G
Appendix J, Part 2
ARTEMETHER
Schedule 4
ARTICAINE
Schedule 4
ASARUM spp
Schedule 10
ASENAPINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
ASPARTIC ACID
Appendix B, Part 3
ASPIRIN
cross reference: CAFFEINE, DIHYDROCODEINE, PARACETAMOL, SALICYLAMIDE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix F, Part 3
ASTEMIZOLE
Schedule 4
Appendix F, Part 3
ASULAM
Appendix B, Part 3
ATAMESTANE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
ATAZANAVIR
Schedule 4
ATENOLOL
Schedule 4
ATIPAMEZOLE
Schedule 4
ATOMOXETINE
Schedule 4
ATORVASTATIN
Schedule 4
ATOSIBAN
Schedule 4
ATOVAQUONE
Schedule 4
ATRACURIUM BESYLATE
Schedule 4
ATRAZINE
Schedule 5
ATROPA BELLADONNA
cross reference: BELLADONNA
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix G
ATROPINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix G
ATROPINE METHONITRATE
Schedule 4
AURANOFIN
Schedule 4
AUROTHIOMALATE SODIUM
Schedule 4
AVILAMYCIN
Schedule 4
AVIPTADIL
Schedule 4
AVOPARCIN
Schedule 4
AXITINIB
Schedule 4
AZACITIDINE
Schedule 4
AZACONAZOLE
Schedule 6
AZACYCLONOL
Schedule 4
AZADIRACHTA INDICA
cross reference: DEBITTERISED NEEM SEED OIL, NEEM
Schedule 10
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
AZADIRACHTA INDICA EXTRACTS
Schedule 5
AZAFENIDIN
Schedule 7
AZAMETHIPHOS
Schedule 6
AZAPERONE
Schedule 4
AZAPROPAZONE
Schedule 4
AZARIBINE
Schedule 4
AZATADINE
Appendix K
AZATADINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
AZATHIOPRINE
Schedule 4
AZELAIC ACID
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
AZELASTINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
AZIMSULFURON
Appendix B, Part 3
AZINPHOS-ETHYL
Schedule 7
AZINPHOS-METHYL
Schedule 7
AZITHROMYCIN
Schedule 4
AZLOCILLIN
Schedule 4
AZOBENZENE
Schedule 6
AZOCYCLOTIN
Schedule 7
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix J, Part 2
AZOXYSTROBIN
Schedule 5
AZTREONAM
Schedule 4
B
BACAMPICILLIN
Schedule 4
BACILLUS SPHAERICUS STRAIN 2362
Appendix B, Part 3
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS
cross reference: ENDOTOXIN
Appendix B, Part 3
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS DELTA ENDOTOXIN
Schedule 5
BACILLUS TOYOI
Appendix B, Part 3
BACITRACIN
Schedule 4
BACLOFEN
Schedule 4
Appendix K
BACTERIAL CULTURE MEDIA
cross reference: ANTIBIOTIC SUBSTANCES
Appendix A
BACTERIOCIDES
Appendix A
BACULOVIRUS CYDIA POMONELLA
Appendix B, Part 3
BALSALAZIDE
Schedule 4
BAMBERMYCIN
cross reference: FLAVOPHOSPHOLIPOL
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
BAMBUTEROL
Schedule 4
BAMETHAN
Schedule 4
BAMIPINE
Schedule 4
BARBITURATES
Schedule 4
BARIUM SALTS
cross reference: BARIUM METABORATE, BARIUM SULFATE
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
BARIUM SILICOFLUORIDE
Schedule 5
BASIC ORANGE 31
Cross reference: 2-[(4-AMINOPHENYL)AZO]-1,3-DIMETHYL-1H-IMIDAZOLIUM,  CHLORIDE
Schedule 10
Schedule 6
BASIL OIL
cross reference: METHYL CHAVICOL
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
BASILIXIMAB
Schedule 4
BATTERIES
Appendix A
BAY OIL
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
BAZEDOXIFENE
Schedule 4
BEAUVERIA BASSIANA
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
BECAPLERMIN
Schedule 4
BECLAMIDE
Schedule 4
BECLOMETHASONE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
BELATACEPT
Schedule 4
BELIMUMAB
Schedule 4
BEMEGRIDE
Schedule 4
BENACTYZINE
Schedule 4
BENALAXYL
Schedule 5
BENAZEPRIL
Schedule 4
BENDAMUSTINE
Schedule 4
BENDIOCARB
cross reference: DENATONIUM BENZOATE
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
BENDROFLUAZIDE
Schedule 4
BENETHAMINE PENICILLIN
Schedule 4
BENFLURALIN
Appendix B, Part 3
BENOMYL
Schedule 7
Appendix F, Part 3
BENORYLATE
Schedule 4
BENOXAPROFEN
Schedule 4
BENPERIDOL
Schedule 4
BENQUINOX
Schedule 6
BENSERAZIDE
Schedule 4
BENSULFURON-METHYL
Appendix B, Part 3
BENSULIDE
Schedule 6
BENTAZONE
Schedule 5
BENTONITE
Appendix B, Part 3
BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
BENZATHINE PENICILLIN
Schedule 4
BENZENE
Schedule 7
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix J, Part 2
BENZETHIDINE
Schedule 9
BENZHEXOL
Schedule 4
BENZIDINE-CONGENER (3,3'-disubstituted) AZO DYES
Schedule 7
BENZIDINE-BASED AZO DYES
Schedule 7
BENZILONIUM
Schedule 4
BENZOCAINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
BENZODIAZEPINE DERIVATIVES
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
BENZOFENAP
Schedule 5
BENZOYL PEROXIDE
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
BENZOYLINDOLES
Schedule 9
BENZPHETAMINE
Schedule 4
BENZTHIAZIDE
Schedule 4
BENZTROPINE
cross reference: BENZATROPINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
BENZYDAMINE
Schedule 2
Schedule 4
BENZYL BENZOATE
Appendix B, Part 3
BENZYLMORPHINE
Schedule 8
BENZYLPENICILLIN
Schedule 4
BENZYLPIPERAZINE
cross reference: BZP
Schedule 9
BEPHENIUM SALTS
Schedule 2
BEPRIDIL
Schedule 4
BERACTANT
Schedule 4
BERGAMOT OIL
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
BERYLLIUM
Schedule 6
Appendix F, Part 3
BESIFLOXACIN
Schedule 4
BETACETYLMETHADOL
Schedule 9
BETACYFLUTHRIN
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
BETA-CYPERMETHRIN
Schedule 6
BETAHISTINE
Schedule 4
BETA-HYDROXY-3-METHYLFENTANYL
Schedule 9
BETA-HYDROXYFENTANYL
Schedule 9
BETAINE HYDROCHLORIDE
Appendix B, Part 3
BETAMEPRODINE
Schedule 9
BETAMETHADOL
Schedule 9
BETAMETHASONE
Schedule 4
BETAPRODINE
Schedule 9
BETAXOLOL
Schedule 4
BETHANECHOL CHLORIDE
Schedule 4
BETHANIDINE
Schedule 4
BEVACIZUMAB
Schedule 4
BEVANTOLOL
Schedule 4
BEXAROTENE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
BEZAFIBRATE
Schedule 4
BEZITRAMIDE
Schedule 8
BHC
Schedule 6
BICALUTAMIDE
Schedule 4
BIFENAZATE
Appendix B, Part 3
BIFENTHRIN
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
BIFLUORIDES
cross reference: AMMONIUM BIFLUORIDE, AMMONIUM SALTS, POTASSIUM SALTS, SODIUM SALTS
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
AppendixJ
BIFONAZOLE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
BIMATOPROST
Schedule 4
BIOALLETHRIN
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
BIORESMETHRIN
Schedule 5
BIPERIDEN
Schedule 4
BISMUTH COMPOUNDS
cross reference: BISMUTH CITRATE, BISMUTH FORMIC IODIDE, BISMUTH OXYCHLORIDE, BISMUTH SUBIODIDE
Schedule 4
BISMUTH SUBNITRATE
Appendix B, Part 3     
BISOPROLOL
Schedule 4
BISPYRIBAC
Schedule 5
BISTRIFLURON
Appendix B, Part 3
BITHIONOL
Schedule 10
Schedule 6
Appendix F, Part 3
BIURET
Appendix B, Part 3
BIVALIRUDIN
Schedule 4
BLEOMYCIN
Schedule 4
BOCEPREVIR
Schedule 4
BOLANDIOL
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
BOLASTERONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
BOLAZINE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
BOLDENONE
cross reference: DEHYDROTESTOSTERONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
BOLENOL
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
BOLMANTALATE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
BORAGO OFFICINALIS
cross reference: BORAGE
Schedule 10
BORIC ACID
cross reference: BORAX
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
BORON
cross reference: BORATES, BORAX, BORIC ACID, BORON COMPOUNDS
Schedule 4
BORON TRIFLUORIDE
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix J, Part 2
BORTEZOMIB
Schedule 4
BOSCALID
Appendix B, Part 3
BOSENTAN
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 6
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
BOSUTINIB
Schedule 4
BOTULINUM TOXINS
Schedule 4
BOVINE SOMATOTROPHIN
Appendix B, Part 3
BRAGANTIA spp
Schedule 10
BRENTUXIMAB VEDOTIN
Schedule 4
BRETYLIUM TOSYLATE
Schedule 4
BRIMONIDINE
Schedule 4
BRINZOLAMIDE
Schedule 4
BRODIFACOUM
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Appendix J, Part 2
BROMACIL
Appendix B, Part 3
BROMADIOLENE
Appendix J, Part 2
BROMADIOLONE
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
BROMAZEPAM
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (benzodiazepine derivatives)
Appendix K
BROMETHALIN
Schedule 6
Schedule 7
BROMHEXINE
Schedule 2
BROMIDES
Schedule 4
BROMINE
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
BROMOCRIPTINE
Schedule 4
BROMOFORM
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
BROMOPHOS
Schedule 6
BROMOPHOS-ETHYL
Schedule 6
BROMOPROPYLATE
Appendix B, Part 3
BROMOXYNIL
Schedule 6
BROMPHENIRAMINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix K
BROMUCONAZOLE
Schedule 5
Schedule 6
BROMVALETONE
Schedule 4
BROTIANIDE
Schedule 6
BRUCINE
Schedule 7
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix J, Part 2
BRUGMANSIA spp
Schedule 4
BUCLIZINE
Appendix K
BUCLIZINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
BUCLOSAMIDE
Schedule 10
BUDESONIDE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
BUFEXAMAC           
Schedule 4
BUFOTENINE
Schedule 9
BUMETANIDE
Schedule 4
BUNAMIDINE
Schedule 6
BUNIODYL SODIUM          
Schedule 10
BUPHENINE
Schedule 4
BUPIRIMATE           
Appendix B, Part 3
BUPIVACAINE
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
BUPRENORPHINE
Schedule 8
Appendix K
BUPROFEZIN
Schedule 5
BUPROPION
cross reference: AMFEBUTAMONE
Schedule 4
BUSERELIN
Schedule 4
BUSPIRONE
Schedule 4
BUSULPHAN
Schedule 4
BUTACAINE
Schedule 4
BUTACARB
Schedule 6
BUTAFENACIL
Appendix B, Part 3
BUTHIDAZOLE
Schedule 5
BUTOBARBITONE
Schedule 8
Appendix K
BUTOCONAZOLE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Appendix H
BUTORPHANOL
Schedule 8
BUTOXYCARBOXIM
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
BUTOXYPOLYPROPYLENE GYLCOL
Appendix B, Part 3
BUTRACONAZOLE
Schedule 4
BUTRALIN
Schedule 5
BUTROXYDIM
Schedule 5
BUTYL AMINOBENZOATE
Schedule 4
BUTYL NITRITE
Schedule 4
BUTYLCHLORAL HYDRATE
Schedule 4
BUTYRIC ACID
Schedule 6
C
CABAZITAXEL
Schedule 4
CABERGOLINE
Schedule 4
CACALIA spp
Schedule 10
CACODYLIC ACID
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
CADMIUM COMPOUNDS
cross reference: CADMIUM, CADMIUM ACETATE, CADMIUM CHLORIDE, CADMIUM NITRATE
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Appendix E, Part 2
CADUSAFOS
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
CAJUPUT OIL
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
CALCIFEROL
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Appendix J, Part 2
CALCIPOTRIOL
Schedule 4
CALCITONIN          
Schedule  4
CALCITRIOL
Schedule 4
CALCIUM CARBIMIDE
Schedule 4
CALCIUM HYDROXYLAPATITE
Schedule 4
CALCIUM POLYSTYRENE SULPHONATE
Schedule 4
CALOTROPIS GIGANTEA
Schedule 4
CALOTROPIS PROCERA
Schedule 4
CALUSTERONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
CAMBENDAZOLE
Schedule 6
CAMPHOR
cross reference: ESSENTIAL OILS, LAVANDIN OIL, ROSEMARY OIL, SHUI OIL
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
CAMPHORATED OIL
Schedule 4
CAMPHOTAMIDE
Schedule 4
CANAGLIFLOZIN
Schedule 4
CANAKINUMAB
Schedule 4
CANDESARTAN CILEXETIL
Schedule 4
CANDICIDIN
Schedule 4
CANINE TICK ANTI-SERUM
Schedule 4
CANNABIDIOL
Schedule 4
CANNABIS
cross reference: CANNABIS SATIVA, HEMP, TETRAHYDROCANNABINOLS
Schedule 9
CANTHARIDIN
Schedule 4
Appendix G
CAPECITABINE
Schedule 4
CAPREOMYCIN
Schedule 4
CAPTAFOL
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
CAPTAN
Schedule 6
CAPTODIAME
Schedule 4
CAPTOPRIL
Schedule 4
CAPURIDE
Schedule 4
CARAMIDE PEROXIDE
Appendix F, Part 3
CARAMIPHEN
Schedule 4
CARBACHOL
Schedule 4
CARBADOX
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
CARBAMAZEPINE
Schedule 4
CARBAMIDE PEROXIDE
Schedule 10
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
CARBARYL
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
CARBAZOCHROME
Schedule 4
CARBENDAZIM
Schedule 7
CARBENICILLIN
Schedule 4
CARBENOXOLONE
Schedule 4
CARBETAMIDE
Appendix B, Part 3
CARBETAPENTANE
Schedule 2
CARBETOCIN
Schedule 4
CARBIDOPA
Schedule 4
CARBIMAZOLE
Schedule 4
CARBOCISTEINE
Schedule 2
CARBOCROMEN
Schedule 4
CARBOFURAN
Schedule 7
CARBON DISULFIDE
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
CARBON TETRACHLORIDE
Schedule 7
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix J, Part 2
CARBONYL SULFIDE
Schedule 7
CARBOPHENOTHION
Schedule 7
CARBOPLATIN
Schedule 4
CARBOPROST
Schedule 4
CARBOSULFAN
Schedule 7
CARBOXIN
Appendix B, Part 3
CARBROMAL
Schedule 4
CARBUTAMIDE
Schedule 4
CARBUTEROL
Schedule 4
CARFENTANYL
Schedule 8
CARFENTRAZONE-ETHYL          
Appendix B, Part 3
CARGLUMIC ACID
Schedule 4
CARINDACILLIN
Schedule 4
CARISOPRODOL
Schedule 4
CARMUSTINE
Schedule 4
CARNIDAZOLE
Schedule 4
CARPROFEN
Schedule 4
CARVEDILOL
Schedule 4
CASPOFUNGIN
Schedule 4
CASSIA OIL
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
CASTOR OIL, MONOMALEATE
Schedule 6
CATHINE
Schedule 4
CATHINONE
Schedule 9
CATUMAXOMAB
Schedule 4
CEFACETRILE
cross reference: CEPHACETRILE
Schedule 4
CEFACLOR
Schedule 4
CEFADROXIL
Schedule 4
CEFALORIDINE
cross reference: CEPHALORIDINE
Schedule 4
CEFAMANDOLE
cross reference: CEPHAMANDOLE
Schedule 4
CEFAPIRIN
cross reference: CEPHAPIRIN
Schedule 4
CEFAZOLIN
cross reference: CEPHAZOLIN
Schedule 4
CEFEPIME
Schedule 4
CEFETAMET
Schedule 4
CEFIXIME
Schedule 4
CEFODIZIME
Schedule 4
CEFONICID
Schedule 4
CEFOPERAZONE
Schedule 4
CEFOTAXIME
Schedule 4
CEFOTETAN
Schedule 4
CEFOTIAM
Schedule 4
CEFOVECIN
Schedule 4
CEFOXITIN
Schedule 4
CEFPIROME
Schedule 4
CEFPODOXIME
Schedule 4
CEFQUINOME
Schedule 4
CEFSULODIN
Schedule 4
CEFTAROLINE FOSAMIL
Schedule 4
CEFTAZIDIME
Schedule 4
CEFTIBUTEN
Schedule 4
CEFTIOFUR
Schedule 4
CEFTRIAXONE
Schedule 4
CEFUROXIME
Schedule 4
CELECOXIB
Schedule 4
CELIPROLOL
Schedule 4
CELLULASE derived from Aspergillus niger
Appendix B, Part 3
CEPHAELIS ACUMINATA
cross reference: IPECACUANHA
Schedule 4
CEPHAELIS IPECACUANHA
cross reference: IPECACUANHA
Schedule 4
CEPHALEXIN
Schedule 4
CEPHALONIUM
Schedule 4
CEPHALOTHIN
Schedule 4
CEPHRADINE
Schedule 4
CERAMICS
Appendix A
CERIVASTATIN
Schedule 4
CERTOLIZUMAB PEGOL
Schedule 4
CERULETIDE
Schedule 4
CETIRIZINE
cross reference: LEVOCETIRIZINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix K
CETRORELIX
Schedule 4
CETUXIMAB
Schedule 4
CETYL ALCOHOL
Appendix B, Part 3
CHAMOMILE OIL
Appendix B, Part 3
CHEMISTRY SETS
Appendix A
CHENODEOXYCHOLIC ACID
Schedule 4
CHINA CLAY
Appendix B, Part 3
CHLOPHEDIANOL
Schedule 2
CHLORAL FORMAMIDE
Schedule 4
CHLORAL HYDRATE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
CHLORALOSE
cross reference: ALPHA-CHLORALOSE
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
CHLORAMBUCIL
Schedule 4
CHLORAMPHENICOL
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
CHLORANDROSTENOLONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
CHLORANTRANILIPROLE
Appendix B, Part 3
CHLORAZANIL
Schedule 4
CHLORBUTOL
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
CHLORCYCLIZINE
Schedule 4
CHLORDANE          
Schedule 6
CHLORDECONE
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (benzodiazepine derivative)
Appendix K
CHLORDIMEFORM
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
CHLORFENAC
Schedule 5
CHLORFENAPYR
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
CHLORFENETHOL
Schedule 6
CHLORFENSON
Schedule 5
CHLORFENVINPHOS
Schedule 7
CHLORFLUAZURON
Appendix B, Part 3
CHLORFLURENOL
Appendix B, Part 3
CHLORHEXIDINE
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
CHLORIDAZON
Appendix B, Part 3
CHLORIDE
Appendix E, Part 2
CHLORINATING COMPOUNDS
cross reference: BLEACHES, BROMOCHLORODIMETHYLHYDANTOIN, TRICHLOROISOCYANURIC ACID, CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE, CHLORINE, DICHLOROETHYL ETHER, SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE, TRICHLOROISOCYANURIC ACID
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix J, Part 2
CHLORINE
cross reference: CHLORINATING COMPOUNDS, DICHLOROISOCYANURATES, DICHLOROISOCYANURIC ACID
Schedule 7
Appendix G
Appendix J, Part 2
CHLORMEQUAT
Schedule 6
CHLORMERODRIN
Schedule 4
CHLORMETHIAZOLE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
CHLORMEZANONE
Schedule 4
CHLORNIDINE
Schedule 5
CHLOROCRESOL
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
CHLOROFORM
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
CHLOROMETHIURON
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
CHLOROPHACINONE
Schedule 6
CHLOROPICRIN
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
CHLOROPRCRIN
Appendix J, Part 2
CHLOROQUINE
Schedule 4
CHLOROTHALONIL
Schedule 6
CHLOROTHIAZIDE
Schedule 4
CHLOROTRIANISENE
Schedule 4
CHLOROXYDIENONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
CHLOROXYLENOLS
Appendix B, Part 3
CHLORPHENIRAMINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix K
CHLORPHENTERMINE
Schedule 4
CHLORPROMAZINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
CHLORPROPAMIDE
Schedule 4
CHLORPROPHAM
Schedule 5
CHLORPROTHIXENE
Schedule 4
CHLORPYRIFOS
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
CHLORPYRIFOS-METHYL
Schedule 6
CHLORQUINALDOL
Schedule 4
CHLORSULFURON
Schedule 5
CHLORTETRACYCLINE
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
CHLORTHAL-DIMETHYL
Schedule 5
CHLORTHALIDONE          
Schedule 4
CHLORTHIAMID
Schedule 6
CHLORTHIOPHOS
Schedule 7
CHLORZOXAZONE
Schedule 4
CHOLERA VACCINE
Schedule 4
CHOLESTYRAMINE
cross reference: COLESTYRAMINE
Schedule 4
CHROMATES
cross reference: AMMONIUM CHROMATE, BARIUM CHROMATE, CHROMIUM, COPPER-CHROME-ARSENIC, DICHROMATES, POTASSIUM CHROMATE, ZINC CHROMATE SODIUM CHROMATE, STRONTIUM CHROMATE
Schedule  6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
CHROMIUM TRIOXIDE
cross reference: CHROMIC ACID
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
CHYMOPAPAIN
Schedule 4
CICLACILLIN
Schedule 4
CICLESONIDE
Schedule 4
CICLOPIROX
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
CIDOFOVIR
Schedule 4
CILASTATIN
Schedule 4
CILAZAPRIL
Schedule 4
CILOSTAZOL
Schedule 4
CIMETIDINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Appendix F, Part 3
CINACALCET
Schedule 4
CINCHOCAINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
CINCHOPHEN
Schedule 10
CINEOLE
cross reference: CAMPHOR OIL (white), ROSEMARY OIL
Schedule 7
Appendix E, Part 2
CINMETHYLIN
Schedule 5
CINNAMEDRINE
Schedule 2
CINNAMON BARK OIL
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
CINNAMON LEAF OIL
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
CINOXACIN
Schedule 4
CIPROFLOXACIN
Schedule 4
CISAPRIDE
Schedule 4
CISATRACURIUM BESYLATE
Schedule 4
CISPLATIN
Schedule 4
CITALOPRAM
Schedule 4
CITRONELLA OIL
Appendix B, Part 3
CJC-1295 (CAS No. 863288-34-0)
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
CLADRIBINE           
Schedule  4
CLANOBUTIN
Schedule 4
CLARITHROMYCIN
Schedule 4
CLARY SAGE OIL
Appendix B, Part 3
CLAVULANIC ACID
Schedule 4
CLEMASTINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Appendix K
CLEMIZOLE
Schedule 4
CLENBUTEROL
Schedule 4
CLETHODIM
Schedule 5
CLEVIDIPINE
Schedule 4
CLIDINIUM BROMIDE
Schedule 4
CLIMBAZOLE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
CLINDAMYCIN
Schedule 4
CLIOQUINOL
cross reference: 8-HYDROXYQUINOLINE, CHLORQUINALDOL, HALQUINOL
Schedule 10
Schedule 4
CLOBAZAM
Schedule 4
CLOBETASOL
Schedule 4
CLOBETASONE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Appendix F, Part 3
CLOCORTOLONE
Schedule 4
CLODINAFOP-PROPARGYL
Schedule 6
CLODRONIC ACID
cross reference: SODIUM CLODRONATE
Schedule 4
CLOFARABINE
Schedule 4
CLOFAZIMINE
Schedule 4
CLOFENAMIDE
Schedule 4
CLOFENTEZINE
Schedule 5
CLOFIBRATE
Schedule 4
CLOMAZONE
Schedule 6
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Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 1
CLOMIPRAMINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
CLOMOCYCLINE
Schedule 4
CLONAZEPAM
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (benzodiazepine derivatives)
Appendix K
CLONIDINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
CLONITAZENE
Schedule 9
CLOPAMIDE
Schedule 4
CLOPIDOGREL
Schedule 4
CLOPIDOL
Appendix B, Part 3
CLOPROSTENOL
Schedule 4
CLOPYRALID
Schedule 5
CLOQUINTOCET-MEXYL
Schedule 5
CLORAZEPATE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (benzodiazepine derivatives)
Appendix K
CLOREXOLONE
Schedule 4
CLORPRENALINE
Schedule 4
CLORSULON
Schedule 5
CLOSANTEL
Schedule 6
CLOSTEBOL
cross reference: 4-CHLOROTESTOSTERONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
CLOTHIANIDIN
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
CLOTRIMAZOLE
Schedule 6
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Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix H
CLOVE OIL
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
CLOXACILLIN
Schedule 4
CLOZAPINE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 1
Appendix K
COAL TAR
Schedule 10
COBALT
cross reference: DICOBALT EDETATE
Schedule 4
COBALT NAPHTHENATE
Appendix B, Part 3
COBICISTAT
Schedule 4
COCA LEAF
Schedule 9
COCAINE
Schedule 8
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Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
CODEINE
Schedule 8
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix K
CODEINE-N-OXIDE
Schedule 8
CO-DERGOCRINE
Schedule 4
CODOXIME
Schedule 9
COLASPASE
Schedule 4
COLCHICINE
Schedule 4
COLCHICUM AUTUMNALE
Schedule 4
COLECALCIFEROL
cross reference: CHOLECALCIFEROL
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
COLESTIPOL
Schedule 4
COLFOSCERIL PALMITATE
Schedule 4
COLISTIN
Schedule 4
COLLAGEN
Schedule 4
COLLAGENASE CLOSTRIDIUM HISTOLYTICUM
Schedule 4
COLOPHONY
Appendix B, Part 3
CONCENTRATE OF POPPY STRAW
Schedule 8
CONIUM MACULATUM
cross reference: CONIINE
Schedule 10
CONVALLARIA KEISKI
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CONVALLARIA MAJALIS
Schedule 4
COPPER ACETATE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
COPPER COMPOUNDS
cross reference: COPPER
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
Appendix A
COPPER HYDROXIDE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
COPPER NITRATE
cross reference: COPPER CHLORIDE
Schedule 6
COPPER OXIDES
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
COPPER OXYCHLORIDE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
COPPER SULFATE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
CORIFOLLITROPIN ALFA
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Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 1
CORONILLA spp.
Schedule 4
CORTICOSTERONE
Schedule 4
CORTICOTROPHIN
Schedule 4
CORTISONE
Schedule 4
COTARNINE
Schedule 10
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Schedule 4
COUMAPHOS
Schedule 6, Schedule 7
COUMARIN
Schedule 4
COUMATETRALYL
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5,
Appendix J, Part 2
CREOSOTE
cross reference: BEECHWOOD, PHENOL, WOOD
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 2
Appendix E, Part 2
CRESOLS
Appendix E, Part 2
CRIZOTINIB
Schedule 4
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Schedule 4
CROSPOVIDONE
Appendix B, Part 3
CROTALARIA spp.
Schedule 10
CROTON TIGLIUM
cross reference: CROTON OIL
Schedule 10
Appendix G
CROTOXYPHOS
Schedule 6
CRUFOMATE
Schedule 6
CRYSTAL VIOLET
cross reference: GENTIAN VIOLET
Schedule 4
CULICINOMYCES CLAVOSPORUS
Appendix B, Part 3
CUPRIMYXIN
Schedule 4
CURARE
Schedule 4
CYANAMIDE
Schedule 6
CYANATRYN           
Schedule 5
CYANAZINE
Schedule 6
CYANIDES
cross reference: FERRICYANIDES, FERROCYANIDES
Schedule 7
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
CYANOACRYLATE ESTERS
Schedule 5
CYANOACRYLIC ACID ESTERS
Appendix E, Part 2
CYANOGEN
cross reference: ETHANEDINITRILE, OXALONITRILE
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
CYANTRANILIPROLE
Schedule 5
CYANURIC ACID
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
CYAZOFAMID
Schedule 5
CYCHEXATIN
Appendix J, Part 2
CYCLAMIC ACID
Appendix B, Part 3
CYCLANDELATE
Schedule 4
CYCLANILIDE
Schedule 6
CYCLIZINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Appendix K
CYCLOBARBITONE
Schedule 8
Appendix K
CYCLOBENZAPRINE
Schedule 4
CYCLOFENIL
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 1
CYCLOHEXANE
Appendix B, Part 3
CYCLOHEXANOL ACETATE
Appendix B, Part 3
CYCLOHEXANONE PEROXIDE
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
CYCLOHEXIMIDE
Schedule 4
CYCLOHEXYLPHENOLS
Schedule 9
CYCLOPENTHIAZIDE
Schedule 4
CYCLOPENTOLATE          
Schedule 4
CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE
Schedule 4
CYCLOPROPANE
Schedule 4
CYCLOPROTHRIN
Schedule 5
CYCLOSERINE
Schedule 4
Appendix J, Part 2
CYCLOSPORIN
Schedule 4
CYCLOTHIAZIDE
Schedule 4
CYCLOXYDIM
Schedule 5
CYCRIMINE
Schedule 4
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
CYFLUFENAMID
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Schedule 6
Schedule 5
CYHALOFOP-BUTYL
Schedule 5
CYHALOTHRIN
Schedule 7
CYHEXATIN
Schedule 7
CYMARIN
Schedule 4
CYMIAZOLE
Schedule 5
CYNOGLOSSUM spp            .
Schedule 10
CYOMETRINIL
Schedule 6
CYPERMETHRIN
cross reference: ALPHA-CYPERMETHRIN AND BETA-CYPERMETHRIN, ZETA-CYPERMETHRIN
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
CYPHENOTHRIN
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
CYPROCONAZOLE
Schedule 5
CYPRODINIL           
Schedule 5
CYPROHEPTADINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Appendix K
CYPROTERONE
Schedule 4
CYROMAZINE
Appendix B, Part 3
CYSTEAMINE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
Appendix K
CYTARABINE
Schedule 4
CYTHIOATE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
D
DABIGATRAN
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DACARBAZINE
Schedule 4
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DACTINOMYCIN
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DALFOPRISTIN
Schedule 4
DALTEPARIN
Schedule 4
DAMINOZIDE
Schedule 5
DANAPAROID
Schedule 4
DANAZOL
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
DANTHRON
Schedule 4
DANTROLENE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
DAPAGLIFLOZIN
Schedule 4
DAPOXETINE
Schedule 4
DAPSONE
Schedule 4
DAPTOMYCIN
Schedule 4
DARBEPOETIN
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
DARIFENACIN
Schedule 4
DARUNAVIR
Schedule 4
DASATINIB
Schedule 4
DATURA spp.
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
DATURA STRAMONIUM
cross reference: STRAMONIUM
Schedule 4
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DATURA TATULA
cross reference: STRAMONIUM
Schedule 4
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DAUNORUBICIN
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DAZOMET
Schedule 6
DEANOL
cross reference: 2-(DIMETHYLAMINO)ETHANOL, DMEA, DIMETHYL MEA
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Schedule 4
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Schedule 4
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DEFERIPRONE
Schedule 4
DEFLAZACORT
Schedule 4
DEGARELIX
Schedule 4
DEHYDROCHLOROMETHYLTESTOSTERONE
cross reference: CHLOROMESTERONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
DEHYDROCORTICOSTERONE
Schedule 4
DELAVIRDINE
cross reference: DELAVIRDINE MESYLATE
Schedule 4
DELPHINIUM STAPHISAGRIA
cross reference: STAPHISAGRIA
Schedule 2
DELTAMETHRIN
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
DEMBREXINE
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
DEMECARIUM
Schedule 4
DEMECLOCYCLINE          
Schedule 4
DEMETON
Schedule 7
DEMETON-O-METHYL
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DEMETON-S-METHYL
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DENOSUMAB
Schedule 4
DEOXYCORTONE
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DEOXYRIBONUCLEASE
Schedule 4
DERACOXIB
Schedule 4
DERQUANTEL
Schedule 6
DESFERRIOXAMINE
Schedule 4
DESFLURANE
Schedule 4
DESIPRAMINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
DESIRUDIN
Schedule 4
DESLANOSIDE
Schedule 4
DESLORATADINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
DESLORELIN
Schedule 4
DESMOPRESSIN
cross reference: D.D.A.V.P.
Schedule 4
DESOGESTREL
Schedule 4
DESOMORPHINE
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DESONIDE
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DESOXYMETHASONE
Schedule 4
DESVENLAFAXINE
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DETOMIDINE
Schedule 4
DEXAMETHASONE
Schedule 4
DEXAMPHETAMINE
Schedule 8
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Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix K
DEXFENFLURAMINE
Schedule 4
DEXMEDETOMIDINE
Schedule 4
DEXTRANS, GELATIN  - SUCCINYLATED & ETHERIFIED STARCHES
Appendix A
DEXTROMETHORPHAN
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
DEXTROMORAMIDE
cross reference: MORAMIDE
Schedule 8
Appendix K
DEXTROPROPOXYPHENE
Schedule 8
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
Appendix K
DEXTRORPHAN
Schedule 4
DIAFENTHIURON
Schedule 5
DIALIFOS
Schedule 7
DIAMPROMIDE
Schedule 9
DIAMTHAZOLE
Schedule 4
DIAVERIDINE
Schedule 4
DIAZEPAM
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (benzodiazepine derivatives)
Appendix K
DIAZINON
Schedule 6
Schedule 5,
DIAZOXIDE
Schedule 4
DIBENZEPIN
Schedule 4
DIBENZOPYRANS
Schedule 9
DIBOTERMIN
Schedule 4
DIBROMOPROPAMIDINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
DIBUTYLPHTHALATE
Schedule 10
DICAMBA
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
DICHLOBENIL
Schedule 6
DICHLOEOETHYL ETHER
Appendix F, Part 3
DICHLOFENTHION
Schedule 6
DICHLOFLUANID
Schedule 6
DICHLONE
Schedule 5
DICHLORALPHENAZONE
Schedule 4
DICHLORMETHANE
Appendix F, Part 3
DICHLOROBENZENE
Schedule 6
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Appendix E, Part 2
DICHLOROETHYL ETHER
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
DICHLOROETHYLENE
Appendix F, Part 3
DICHLOROISOCYANURIC ACID
cross reference: CHLORINE, CHLORINATING COMPOUNDS, DICHLOROISOCYANURATES, SODIUM DICHLOROISOCYANURATE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
DICHLOROMETHANE
cross reference: METHYLENE CHLORIDE
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
DICHLOROPHEN
Schedule 6
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Schedule 4
DICHLORPHENAMIDE
Schedule 4
DICHLORVOS
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
DICHROMATES
Appendix E, Part 2
DICLAZURIL
Appendix B, Part 3
DICLOBUTRAZOL
Schedule 5
DICLOFENAC
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix H
DICLOFOP-METHYL
Schedule 6
DICLORAN
Schedule 5
DICLOXACILLIN
Schedule 4
DICOFOL
Schedule 5
DICOPHANE
cross reference: DDT
Schedule 10
DICROTOPHOS
Schedule 7
DICYCLANIL           
Schedule 6
DICYCLOMINE
Schedule 4
DIDANOSINE           
Schedule 4
DIDECYLDIMETHYLAMMONIUM SALTS
Schedule 6
DIELDRIN
Schedule 6
DIENESTROL
Schedule 4
Appendix F, Part 3
Applendix L
DIENOGEST
Schedule 4
DIESEL
Appendix E, Part 2
DIETHANOLAMINE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
DIETHAZINE
Schedule 4
DIETHYL CARBONATE
Appendix B, Part 3
DIETHYLCARBAMAZINE
Schedule 4
DIETHYLENE GLYCOL
cross reference: DENATONIUM BENZOATE
Schedule 10
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
DIETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOBUTYL ETHER
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
DIETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOMETHYL ETHER
Schedule 10
Schedule 6
DIETHYLHEXYL PHTHALATE
Schedule 10
DIETHYLPHTHALATE
Schedule 10
DIETHYLPROPION
Schedule 4
DIETHYLTHIAMBUTENE
Schedule 9
DIETHYLTOLUAMIDE (DEET)
Schedule 5
Appendix F, Part 3
DIFENACOUM
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Appendix J, Part 2
DIFENOCONAZOLE
Schedule 5
DIFENOXIN
Schedule 8
Schedule 4
Appendix K
DIFENZOQUAT
Schedule 6
DIFETHIALONE
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
DIFLORASONE
Schedule 4
DIFLOXACIN           
Schedule 4
DIFLUBENZURON
Schedule 5
DIFLUCORTOLONE
Schedule 4
DIFLUFENICAN
Appendix B, Part 3
DIFLUNISAL
Schedule 4
DIGITALIS LANATA
Schedule 4
DIGITALIS PURPUREA
Schedule 4
DIGITOXIN
Schedule 4
DIGOXIN
Schedule 4
DIGOXIN-SPECIFIC ANTIBODY FRAGMENT F (Ab)
Schedule 4
DIHYDRALAZINE
Schedule 4
DIHYDROCODEINE
Schedule 8
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix K
DIHYDROERGOTOXINE
Schedule 4
DIHYDROLONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
DIHYDROMORPHINE
Schedule 8
DIHYDROSTREPTOMYCIN          
Schedule 4
DIHYDROTACHYSTEROL
Schedule 4
DI-IODOHYDROXYQUINOLINE
cross reference: IODOQUINOL
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
DIISOBUTYL PHTHALATE
Schedule 10
DIISOPROPYLAMINE DICHLOROACETATE
Schedule 4
DIKEGULAC-SODIUM
Appendix B, Part 3
DILTIAZEM
Schedule 4
DIMEFOX
Schedule 7
DIMENHYDRINATE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix H
Appendix K
DIMENOXADOL
Schedule 9
DIMEPHEPTANOL
Schedule 9
DIMERCAPROL
Schedule 4
DIMETHANDROSTANOLONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
DIMETHAZINE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
DIMETHENAMID-P
Schedule 6
DIMETHICODIETHYLBENZALMALONATE
cross reference: POLYSILICONE-15
Schedule 5
DIMETHICONE
Appendix B, Part 3
DIMETHINDENE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
DIMETHIPIN
Schedule 6
DI(METHYLOXYETHYL) PHTHALATE
Schedule 10
DIMETHIRIMOL
Schedule 5
DIMETHOATE
Schedule 6
DIMETHOMORPH
Schedule 5
DIMETHOTHIAZINE
Schedule 4
DIMETHOXANATE
Schedule 4
DIMETHYL ETHER
Appendix B, Part 3
DIMETHYL FUMARATE
Schedule 4
DIMETHYL SULFATE
Schedule 7
Appendix F, Part 3
DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE
cross reference: COPPER SALICYLATE, METHYL SALICYLATE
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
DIMETHYLACETAMIDE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE
cross reference: DESIGNATED SOLVENT
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Part 1 - Interpretation
DIMETHYLPHTHALATE
Schedule 10
DIMETHYLTHIAMBUTENE
Schedule 9
DIMETILAN
Schedule 7
DIMETRIDAZOLE
Schedule 4
DINICONAZOLE
Schedule 5
DINITROCRESOLS
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix J, Part 2
DINITRONAPHTHOLS
Schedule 4
DINITROPHENOLS
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix J, Part 2
DINITROTHYMOLS
Schedule 4
DINOCAP
Schedule 7
Appendix F, Part 3
DINOPROST
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 1
DINOPROSTONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 1
DINOSEB
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
DI-N-PROPYL ISOCINCHOMERONATE
Schedule 5
DIOXACARB
Schedule 6
DIOXANE
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix G
DIOXAPHETYL BUTYRATE
Schedule 9
DIPERODON
Schedule 4
DIPHACINONE
Schedule 6
DIPHEMANIL
Schedule 4
DIPHENAMID
Schedule 5
DIPHENHYDRAMINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix K
DIPHENIDOL
Schedule 4
DIPHENOXYLATE
Schedule 8
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix H
Appendix K
DIPHENYLAMINE
Appendix B, Part 3
DIPHENYLPYRALINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
DIPHTHERIA TOXOID
Schedule 4
DIPIPANONE
Schedule 8
DIPIVEFRIN
Schedule 4
DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL
Appendix B, Part 3
DIPYRIDAMOLE
Schedule 4
DIQUAT
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
DIRITHROMYCIN
Schedule 4
DIRLOTAPIDE
Schedule 4
DISOPHENOL
Schedule 4
DISOPYRAMIDE
Schedule 4
DISTIGMINE
Schedule 4
DISTILLATE
Appendix E, Part 2
DISULFIRAM
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
DISULFOTON
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
DISULPHAMIDE
Schedule 4
DITHIANON
Schedule 6
DITHIAZANINE
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
DITHIOPYR
Schedule 5
DITHRANOL
Schedule 3
DITIOCARB
Schedule 4
DIUREDOSAN
Schedule 6
DIURON
Appendix B, Part 3
DOBUTAMINE
Schedule 4
DOCETAXEL
Schedule 4
DOCUSATE SODIUM
cross reference: DIOCTYL SODIUM SULFOSUCCINATE
Appendix B, Part 3
DODINE
Schedule 6
DOFETILIDE
Schedule 4
DOLASETRON
Schedule 4
DOLUTEGRAVIR
Schedule 4
DOMPERIDONE
Schedule 4
DONEPEZIL
Schedule 4
DOPAMINE
Schedule 4
DOPEXAMINE
Schedule 4
DORAMECTIN
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
DORIPENEM
Schedule 4
DORNASE
Schedule 4
DORZOLAMIDE
Schedule 4
DOTHIEPIN
Schedule 4, Appendix K
DOXANTRAZOLE
Schedule 4
DOXAPRAM
Schedule 4
DOXAZOSIN
Schedule 4
DOXEPIN
Schedule 4
Appendix K
DOXORUBICIN
Schedule 4
DOXYCYCLINE
Schedule 4
DOXYLAMINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix K
d-PHENOTHRIN
Appendix B, Part 3
d-PULEGONE           
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
DROMETRIZOLE TRISILOXANE
Appendix B, Part 3
DRONABINOL
cross reference: DELTA-9-TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL, NABIXIMOLS
Schedule 8
Appendix D, Item 3
Appendix K
DRONEDARONE
Schedule 4
DROPERIDOL
Schedule 4
Appendix K
DROSPIRENONE
Schedule 4
DROSTANOLONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
DROTEBANOL
Schedule 8
DROTRECOGIN
Schedule 4
DSMA
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
DUBOISIA LEICHHARDTII
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
DUBOISIA MYOPOROIDES
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
DULCIN
Schedule 10
DULOXETINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
DUTASTERIDE
Schedule 4
DYDROGESTERONE
Schedule 4
E
(E)-(S)-1-(4-CHLOROPHENYL)-4,4-DIMETHYL-2-(1H-1,2,4-TRIAZOL-1-YL)PENT-1-EN-3-OL
cross referece: UNICONAZOLE-P
Schedule 6
ECGONINE  
Schedule 9
ECONAZOLE           
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix H
ECOTHIOPATE
cross reference: ECOTHIOPATE IODIDE      
Schedule 4
ECTYLUREA           
Schedule 4
ECULIZUMAB         
Schedule 4
EDETIC ACID
cross reference: DICOBALT EDETATE         
Schedule 4
EDOXUDINE
Schedule 4
EDROPHONIUM     
Schedule 4
EFALIZUMAB          
Schedule 4
EFAVIRENZ 
Schedule 4
EFLORNITHINE      
Schedule 4
EFORMOTEROL
cross reference: FORMOTEROL        
Schedule 4
ELECTRICAL ACCUMULATORS, BATTERIES, COMPONENTS or LAMPS
Appendix A
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS      
Appendix A
ELETRIPTAN           
Schedule 4
ELOSULFASE ALFA           
Schedule 4
ELTENAC     
Schedule 4
ELTROMBOPAG     
Schedule 4
ELVITEGRAVIR     
Schedule 4
EMAMECTIN           
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
EMEPRONIUM        
Schedule 4
EMETINE
cross reference: CEPHAELIS ACUMINATA 
Schedule 4
EMODEPSIDE          
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
EMPAGLIFLOZIN   
Schedule 4
EMTRICITABINE    
Schedule 4
ENALAPRIL
Schedule 4
ENDOSULFAN         
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
ENDOTHAL 
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
ENDRIN        
Schedule 7
ENESTEBOL
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
ENFLURANE
Schedule 4
ENFUVIRTIDE         
Schedule 4
ENHANCING AGENTS
cross reference: MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING ENHANCING AGENTS, ULTRASONIC AND MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING ENHANCING       
Appendix A
ENOBOSARM          
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (SELECTIVE ANDROGEN RECEPTOR MODULATORS)
ENOXACIN  
Schedule 4
ENOXAPARIN         
Schedule 4
ENOXIMONE           
Schedule 4
ENPROSTIL 
Schedule 4
ENROFLOXACIN    
Schedule 4
ENTACAPONE         
Schedule 4
ENTECAVIR
Schedule 4
ENZALUTAMIDE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 6
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
EPHEDRA spp          
Schedule 4
EPHEDRINE
cross reference: EPHEDRA    
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
Appendix F, Part 3
EPICHLOROHYDRIN        
Schedule 7
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix J, Part 2
EPICILLIN   
Schedule 4
EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
EPINASTINE
Schedule 4
EPIRUBICIN
Schedule 4
EPITIOSTANOL      
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
EPLERENONE         
Schedule 4
EPOETINS
cross reference: METHOXY POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL-EPOETIN BETA 
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
EPOPROSTENOL    
Schedule 4
EPOXICONAZOLE 
Schedule 5
EPOXY RESINS, LIQUID
cross reference: RESINS         
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2,
Appendix F, Part 3
EPRINOMECTIN     
Schedule 7
Schedule 5
EPROSARTAN         
Schedule 4
EPSIPRANTEL         
Appendix B, Part 3
EPTC 
Schedule 6
EPTIFIBATIDE        
Schedule 4
ERGOMETRINE      
Schedule 4
ERGOT         
Schedule 4
ERGOTAMINE        
Schedule 4
ERGOTOXINE         
Schedule 4
ERIBULIN MESYLATE      
Schedule 4
ERLOTINIB  
Schedule 4
ERTAPENEM           
Schedule 4
ERYSIMUM spp.      
Schedule 4
Appendix G
ERYTHRITYL TETRANITRATE  
Schedule 3
ERYTHROMYCIN   
Schedule 4
ERYTHROPOIETIN
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
ERYTHROPOIETINS          
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
ESBIOTHRIN           
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
ESCITALOPRAM    
Schedule 4
ESFENVALERATE  
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
ESMOLOL    
Schedule 4
ESOMEPRAZOLE   
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
ESTRAMUSTINE     
Schedule 4
ESTROPIPATE
cross reference: PIPERAZINE OESTRONE SULFATE
Schedule 4
ETACONAZOLE      
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
ETAFEDRINE          
Schedule 2
ETANERCEPT         
Schedule 4
ETHACRYNIC ACID          
Schedule 4
ETHAMBUTOL        
Schedule 4
ETHAMETSULFURON-METHYL 
Appendix B, Part 3
ETHAMIVAN           
Schedule 4
ETHANOLAMINE   
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Appendix F, Part 3
ETHCHLORVYNOL           
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Appendix F, Part 3
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ETHION        
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Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
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Appendix B, Part 3
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cross reference: LINSEED OIL           
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ETHOTOIN  
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Appendix F, Part 3
ETHOXYQUIN         
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ETHOXZOLAMIDE
Schedule 4
ETHYL ACETATE   
Appendix B, Part 3
ETHYL ALCOHOL
cross reference: ETHANOL    
Appendix B, Part 3
ETHYL BROMIDE  
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Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
ETHYL BUTYRATE
Appendix B, Part 3
ETHYL CHLORIDE
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ETHYL FORMATE  
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ETHYL LACTATE   
Appendix B, Part 3
ETHYL METHACRYLATE
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Appendix F, Part 3
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Appendix B, Part 3
ETHYLDIENOLONE           
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Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
ETHYLENE CHLOROHYDRIN     
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Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
ETHYLENE OXIDE 
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Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix J, Part 2
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Appendix F, Part 3
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Appendix K
ETHYLOESTRENOL          
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ETHYNODIOL         
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cross reference: PCE   
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ETODOLAC 
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Appendix B, Part 3
ETOXERIDINE        
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Appendix D, Item 5
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
ETRIDIAZOLE        
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ETRIMFOS   
Schedule 6
EUBACTERIUM sp. strain DSM11798       
Appendix B, Part 3
EUCALYPTUS OIL  
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Appendix E, Part 2
EUGENOL    
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Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
EUPATORIUM CANNABINUM
cross reference: HEMP AGRIMONY 
Schedule 10
EVEROLIMUS         
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EXEMESTANE         
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EXENATIDE 
Schedule 4
EXPLOSIVES           
Appendix A
EXTRACT OF LEMON EUCALYPTUS
cross reference: CORYMBIA CITRIODORA, OIL OF LEMON EUCALYPTUS       
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FAMCICLOVIR       
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FAMPHUR    
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FELYPRESSIN         
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FENBUFEN   
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FENCHLORPHOS   
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FENCLOFENAC      
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FENETYLLINE        
Schedule 9
FENFLURAMINE    
Schedule 4
Appendix K
FENFURAM  
Appendix B, Part 3
FENHEXAMID         
Appendix B, Part 3
FENITROTHION     
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Schedule 4
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Appendix B, Part 3
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FENSON        
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FENTEROL  
Appendix F, Part 3
FENTHION   
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Appendix L, Part 2
FIPRONIL     
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FIROCOXIB 
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FLAMPROP-M-METHYL   
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FLAVOXATE           
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FLUAZURON           
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FLUBENDIAMIDE   
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FLUCOFURON        
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Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix H
FLUCYTHRINATE  
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FLUCYTOSINE        
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FLUDARABINE       
Schedule 4
FLUDIOXONIL        
Schedule 5
FLUDROCORTISONE        
Schedule 4
FLUENSULFONE     
Schedule 6
FLUFENAMIC ACID           
Schedule 4
FLUFENOXURON   
Appendix B, Part 3
FLUMAZENIL          
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FLUMETHASONE   
Schedule 4
FLUMETHIAZIDE   
Schedule 4
FLUMETHRIN         
Schedule 6
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FLUMETSULAM      
Appendix B, Part 3
FLUMICLORAC PENTYL  
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FLUMIOXAZIN       
Schedule 7
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FLUNISOLIDE         
Schedule 4
FLUNITRAZEPAM  
Schedule 8
Appendix D, Item 5 (Benzodiazepine derivatives)
Appendix K
FLUNIXIN MEGLUMINE   
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Schedule 4
FLUOCINONIDE     
Schedule 4
FLUOCORTIN         
Schedule 4
FLUOCORTOLONE
Schedule 4
FLUOMETURON     
Appendix B, Part 3
FLUOPYRAM
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FLUORIDES
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Schedule 6
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Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
FLUOROACETAMIDE       
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FLUOROACETIC ACID     
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Appendix J, Part 2
FLUOROMETHOLONE      
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FLUOROURACIL    
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FLUOXETINE          
Schedule 4
FLUOXYMESTERONE       
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Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
FLUPENTHIXOL     
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Appendix K
FLUPHENAZINE     
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Appendix K
FLUPROPANATE
cross reference: TETRAPION
Schedule 6
FLUPROSTENOL    
Schedule 4
FLUQUINCONAZOLE        
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FLURALANER         
Schedule 5
FLURANDRENOLONE       
Schedule 4
FLURAZEPAM         
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Benzodiazepine derivatives)
Appendix K
FLURBIPROFEN     
Schedule 4
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FLUROACETAMIDE          
Appendix J, Part 2
FLUROXENE           
Schedule 4
FLUROXYPYR         
Appendix B, Part 3
FLUSILAZOL           
Schedule 6
FLUSPIRILENE       
Schedule 4
FLUTAMIDE
Schedule 4
FLUTICASONE        
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
FLUTOLANIL          
Appendix B, Part 3
FLUTRIAFOL          
Schedule 6
FLUVALINATE        
Schedule 6
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FLUVASTATIN        
Schedule 4
FLUVOXAMINE      
Schedule 4
FLUXAPYROXAD   
Schedule 5
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Schedule 4
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FOLINIC ACID
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Schedule 4
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FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE  
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Appendix D, Item 1
FOLLISTATIN         
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
FOLLITROPIN ALPHA
cross reference: FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE, RECOMBINANT HUMAN        
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 1
FOLLITROPIN BETA
cross reference: FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE, RECOMBINANT HUMAN        
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 1
FOLPET        
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
FOMIVIRSEN           
Schedule 4
FONDAPARINUX    
Schedule 4
FOOD
Appendix A
FORAMSULFURON
Schedule 5
FORCHLORFENURON      
Appendix B, Part 3
FORMALDEHYDE
cross reference: FORMALDEHYDE CONDENSATION PRODUCT, METACRESOLSULPHONIC ACID, FREE FORMALDEHYDE, METHYLENE GLYCOL
Schedule 10
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Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
FORMALDEHYDE CONDENSATION PRODUCT          
Schedule 6
FORMEBOLONE     
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
FORMESTANE         
Schedule 4
FORMETANATE     
Schedule 7
FORMIC ACID         
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
FORMOTHION        
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FOSAPREPITANT   
Schedule 4
FOSCARNET
Schedule 4
FOSFESTROL
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Schedule 4
FOSINOPRIL  
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FOSPHENYTOIN     
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FOSPIRATE  
Schedule 6
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FOSTHIAZATE        
Schedule 7
FOTEMUSTINE       
Schedule 4
FRAMYCETIN         
Schedule 4
FRITTED GLAZING OR ENAMELLING PREPARATIONS       
Appendix A
FULLERS EARTH   
Appendix B, Part 3
FULVESTRANT       
Schedule 4
FUMAGILLIN          
Schedule 6
FUNGAL PROTEASE derived from Aspergillus niger
Appendix B, Part 3
FURALAXYL           
Schedule 5
FURALTADONE      
Schedule 4
FURATHIOCARB    
Schedule 7
Schedule 5
FURAZABOL           
Schedule 4
FURAZOLIDONE    
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
FURETHIDINE        
Schedule 9
FURFURAL
cross reference: 2-FURANCARBOXALDEHYDE     
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
FUROSEMIDE
cross reference: FRUSEMIDE
Schedule 4
FUSIDIC ACID         
Schedule 4
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GABAPENTIN          
Schedule 4
Appendix K
GALANTAMINE      
Schedule 4
GALANTHUS spp     
Schedule 4
GALLAMINE           
Schedule 4
GALSULFASE          
Schedule 4
GAMMA BUTYROLACTONE
Schedule 10
GAMMA HYDROXYBUTYRATE
cross reference: 4-HYDROXYBUTANOIC ACID, GHB, SODIUM OXYBATE
Schedule 9
GAMMA-CYHALOTHRIN 
Schedule 5
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GANCICLOVIR       
Schedule 4
GANIRELIX 
Schedule 4
GATIFLOXACIN     
Schedule 4
GEFITINIB   
Schedule 4
GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS     
Schedule 2
Appendix G
GEMCITABINE       
Schedule 4
Appendix K
GEMEPROST           
Schedule 4
GEMFIBROZIL        
Schedule 4
GEMIFLOXACIN    
Schedule 4
GEMTUZUMAB OZOGAMICIN    
Schedule 4
GENTAMICIN          
Schedule 4
GERANIUM OIL      
Appendix B, Part 3
GESTODENE
Schedule 4
GESTONORONE     
Schedule 4
GESTRINONE          
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
GHRH INJECTABLE PLASMID    
Schedule 4
GIBBERELLIC ACID          
Appendix B, Part 3
GITALIN       
Schedule 4
GLASS
cross reference: CRYSTAL WARE    
Appendix A
GLATIRAMER ACETATE
Schedule 4
GLAZED POTTERY
Appendix A
GLIBENCLAMIDE  
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GLIBORNURIDE     
Schedule 4
GLICLAZIDE
Schedule 4
GLIMEPIRIDE         
Schedule 4
GLIPIZIDE   
Schedule 4
GLISOXEPIDE         
Schedule 4
GLUCAGON 
Schedule 3
Appendix G
α-GLUCANASE derived from Aspergillus niger     
Appendix B, Part 3
GLUFOSINATE-AMMONIUM       
Schedule 5
GLUTARALDEHYDE         
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 2
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
GLUTATHIONE      
Schedule 4
GLUTETHIMIDE     
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
Appendix K
GLYCERYL THIOGLYCOLLATE
Schedule 6
GLYCERYL TRINITRATE 
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Appendix G
GLYCOLIC ACID    
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
GLYCOPYRRONIUM         
Schedule 4
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GLYMIDINE
Schedule 4
GLYPHOSATE         
Schedule 5
GnRH VACCINE      
Schedule 4
GOLIMUMAB          
Schedule 4
GONADORELIN      
Schedule 4
GONADOTROPHIC HORMONES 
Schedule 4
GOSERELIN
Schedule 4
GRAMICIDIN          
Schedule 4
GRANISETRON       
Schedule 4
GREPAFLOXACIN  
Schedule 4
GRISEOFULVIN      
Schedule 4
GROWTH HORMONE RELEASING HORMONES *(GHRHs)
Schedule 4
Appendidx D, Item 5
GROWTH HORMONE RELEASING PEPTIDE-6 (GHRP-6)
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
GROWTH HORMONE RELEASING PEPTIDE *(GHRPs)
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
GROWTH HORMONE SECRETAGOGUES *(GHSs)
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
GUAIPHENESIN
cross reference: PARACETAMOL     
Schedule 4
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GUANABENZ           
Schedule 4
GUANACLINE         
Schedule 4
GUANETHIDINE     
Schedule 4
GUANIDINE
Schedule 6
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Appendix E, Part 2
GUAZATINE
Schedule 6
H
HACHIMYCIN         
Schedule 4
HAEMATIN  
Schedule 4
HAEMOPHILUS INFLUENZAE VACCINE          
Schedule 4
HALAUXIFEN METHYL    
Appendix B, Part 3
HALCINONIDE       
Schedule 4
HALOFANTRINE    
Schedule 4
HALOFENATE         
Schedule 4
HALOFUGINONE   
Schedule 7
Schedule 4
Appendix J, Part 2
HALOGENATED DIBENZODIOXINS AND DIBENZOFURANS
cross reference: DIBENZODIOXINS, HALOGENATED - DIBENZOFURANS, HALOGENATED, DIOXINS         
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
HALOPERIDOL
cross reference: BUTYPHENONES
Schedule 4
Appendix G
Appendix K
HALOSULFURON-METHYL         
Schedule 5
HALOTHANE          
Schedule 4
HALOXON   
Schedule 6
HALOXYFOP
Schedule 6
HARMALA ALKALOIDS   
Schedule 9
HCB   
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
HELIOTROPIUM spp.         
Schedule 10
HEMEROCALLIS    
Schedule 4
HEPARINS    
Schedule 4
HEPATITIS A VACCINE    
Schedule 4
HEPATITIS B VACCINE    
Schedule 4
HEPTACHLOR        
Schedule 6
HEROIN        
Schedule 9
HETACILLIN
Schedule 4
HEXACHLOROPHANE
cross reference: HCB  
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
HEXACONAZOLE  
Schedule 5
HEXAFLURON        
Appendix B, Part 3
HEXAMETHONIUM
Schedule 4
HEXARELIN
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
HEXAZINONE         
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
HEXETIDINE           
Schedule 4
HEXLOXYETHANOL         
Appendix F, Part 3
HEXOBENDINE       
Schedule 4
HEXOCYCLIUM     
Schedule 4
HEXOPRENALINE  
Schedule 4
HEXYL ACETATE  
Appendix B, Part 3
HEXYLOXYETHANOL      
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
HEXYTHIAZOX      
Appendix B, Part 3
HISTAMINE 
Schedule 4
HMG-CoA REDUCTASE INHIBITORS
cross reference: STATINS      
Schedule 4
HOMATROPINE      
Schedule 4
HUMAN BLOOD PRODUCTS
cross reference: ALBUMIN, ANTICOAGULATION COMPLEX, C1 ESTERASE INHIBITORS, CLOTTING FACTORS, CRYOPRECIPITATE, FIBRINOGEN, PLASMA, PLATELETS, PROTEIN C, PROTHROMBIN COMPLEX CONCENTRATE (PCC), RED CELLS, THROMBIN, WHOLE BLOOD, STEM CELLS
Appendix A
HUMAN CHORIONIC GONADATROPHIN
Schedule 4
HUMAN OSTEOGENIC PROTEIN-1 (OP-1)        
Appendix B, Part 3
HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS VACCINE  
Schedule 4
HYALURONIC ACID          
Schedule 4
HYDRALAZINE       
Schedule 4
HYDRAMETHYLNON        
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
HYDRARGAPHEN  
Schedule 4
HYDRAZINE
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
HYDROCARBONS LIQUID AROMATIC
cross reference: AROMATIC EXTRACT OILS,
Schedule 7
Appendix F, Part 3
HYDROCARBONS, LIQUID          
cross reference: BENZENE, DESIGNATED SOLVENT, DIESEL (DISTILLATE), DRY CLEANING FLUID, KEROSENE, LAMP OIL, LIGHT MINERAL OILS, LIQUID HYDROCARBONS, MINERAL OILS, MINERAL TURPENTINE, NAPHTHALENE, PARAFFIN OILS, PETROL, PETROLEUM OILS, REDUCERS, THINNERS, TOLUENE, WHITE SPIRIT, WHITE PETROLEUM SPIRIT, WHITE MINERAL OILS, XYLENE
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Part 1 - Interpretation
HYDROCHLORIC ACID    
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE         
Schedule 4
HYDROCODONE    
Schedule 8
Appendix K
HYDROCORTISONE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix F, Part 3,
Appendix H
HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE   
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
HYDROCYANIC ACID
cross reference: CYANIDES  
Schedule 7
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Appendix F, Part 3,
Appendix J, Part 2
HYDROFLUMETHIAZIDE
Schedule 4
HYDROFLUORIC ACID
cross reference: HYDROGEN FLUORIDE     
Schedule 7
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Schedule 5
Appendix J, Part 2
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE    
Schedule 10
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Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
HYDROGEN SULFIDE       
Schedule 7
HYDROMORPHINOL         
Schedule 8
HYDROMORPHONE
Schedule 8
Appendix K
HYDROPRENE        
Appendix B, Part 3
HYDROQUINONE
cross reference: ARBUTIN, GLYCOSYLATED HYDROQUINONE, MONOBENZONE
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
HYDROSILICOFLUORIC ACID
cross reference: FLUOROSILICIC ACID, HEXAFLUOROSILIC ACID, HYDROFLUOSILICIC ACID, SILICOFLUORIC ACID
Schedule 7
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Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE          
Schedule 4
HYDROXYEPHEDRINE     
Schedule 4
HYDROXYPETHIDINE      
Schedule 9
HYDROXYPHENAMATE   
Schedule 4
HYDROXYPROGESTERONE        
Schedule 4
HYDROXYPROPYL CELLULOSE
Appendix B, Part 3
HYDROXYSTENOZOL       
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
HYDROXYUREA     
Schedule 4
HYDROXYZINE      
Schedule 4, Appendix K
HYGROMYCIN       
Schedule 4
HYOSCINE
cross reference: HYOSCINE BUTYLBROMIDE        
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix G
HYOSCINE BUTYLBROMIDE      
Schedule 2
HYOSCYAMINE      
Schedule 2
Appendix G
HYOSCYAMUS NIGER      
Schedule 2
Appendix G
HYPOTHALAMIC RELEASING FACTORS         
Schedule 4
Appendix G
HYPROMELLOSE   
Schedule 4
 
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IBAFLOXACIN        
Schedule 4
IBANDRONIC ACID           
Schedule 4
IBOGAINE    
Schedule 4
IBRITUMOMAB      
Schedule 4
IBUFENAC   
Schedule 4
IBUPROFEN
cross reference: PARACETAMOL     
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix F, Part 3
IBUTEROL   
Schedule 4
IBUTILIDE   
Schedule 4
ICATIBANT  
Schedule 4
ICODEXTRIN          
Appendix B, Part 3
IDARUBICIN
Schedule 4
IDOXURIDINE         
Schedule 4
IDURSULFASE         
Schedule 4
IFOSFAMIDE           
Schedule 4
ILOPROST    
Schedule 4
IMATINIB     
Schedule 4
IMAZALIL
cross reference: ENILCONAZOLE     
Schedule 5
IMAZAMOX
Schedule 5
IMAZAPIC    
Schedule 5
IMAZAPYR  
Schedule 5
IMAZETHAPYR      
Schedule 5
IMEPITOIN  
Schedule 4
IMIDACLOPRID      
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
IMIDAPRIL  
Schedule 4
IMIDOCARB
Schedule 6
IMIGLUCERASE     
Schedule 4
IMINOCTADINE TRIALBESILATE          
Schedule 6
IMIPENIM    
Schedule 4
IMIPRAMINE           
Schedule 4
Appendix K
IMIPROTHRIN        
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
IMIQUIMOD
Schedule 4
IMMUNOGLOBULINS
cross reference: EQUINE ANTI-HUMAN THYMOCYTE IMMUNOGLOBULIN     
Schedule 4
IN VITRO DIAGNOSTIC AND ANALYTICAL PREPARATIONS         
Appendix A
INDACATEROL       
Schedule 4
INDANAZOLINE     
Schedule 2
INDAPAMIDE          
Schedule 4
INDAZIFLAM          
Schedule 6
INDINAVIR  
Schedule 4
INDOLE-3-ACETIC ACID  
Appendix B, Part 3
INDOMETHACIN    
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix G
INDOPROFEN          
Schedule 4
INDORAMIN
Schedule 4
INDOXACARB         
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
INFLIXIMAB
Schedule 4
INFLUENZA AND CORYZA VACCINES
cross reference: H5N1 INFLUENZA VIRUS HAEMAGGLUTININ  
Schedule 4
INGENOL MEBUTATE       
Schedule 4
INOSITOL NICOTINATE   
Schedule 3
INSULIN GLARGINE          
Schedule 4
INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR I      
Schedule 4
INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTORS       
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
INSULINS     
Schedule 4
INTERFERONS        
Schedule 4
INTERLEUKINS      
Schedule 4
INTRAOCULAR VISCOELASTIC PRODUCTS   
Appendix A
IODINE
cross reference: IODOPHORS
Schedule 6
Schedule 2
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
IODOMETHANE     
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
IODOPHORS
cross reference: IODINE
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Appendix F, Part 3
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Appendix B, Part 3
IPRONIAZID
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Appendix F, Part 3
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ISOPRENALINE      
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ISOPRENE ALCOHOL       
Appendix B, Part 3
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Appendix B, Part 3
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Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
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cross reference: SAVIN(E)
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KANAMYCIN           
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Appendix B, Part 3
KEROSENE  
Appendix E, Part 2
KETAMINE  
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Appendix D, Item 5 (Benzodiazepine derivatives)
KETOBEMIDONE   
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Appendix B, Part 3
KUNZEA OIL
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LAMOTRIGINE       
Appendix K
LAMOTRIGINE       
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LANSOPRAZOLE    
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LANTHANUM          
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Appendix E, Part 2
LAURIC ACID         
Appendix B, Part 3
LAUROMACROGOLS
cross reference: LAURETH-9 
Schedule 4
LAURYL ALCOHOL
cross reference: 1-DODECANOL
Appendix B, Part 3
LAURYL ISOQUINOLINIUM BROMIDE 
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
LAVANDIN OIL
cross reference: CAMPHOR   
Appendix B, Part 3
LAVENDER OIL      
Appendix B, Part 3
LEAD
cross reference: GLAZING PREPARATIONS, PRINTING INKS or INK ADDITIVES, SELENIUM
Schedule 4
LEAD COMPOUNDS
cross reference: GLAZING PREPARATIONS, PRINTING INKS or INK ADDITIVES, SELENIUM 
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Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix F, Part 3
LEAD METALLIC   
Appendix B, Part 3
LEFETAMINE          
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Schedule 4
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
LEMON OIL 
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Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
LEMONGRASS OIL
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Appendix D, Item 4
Appendix F, Part 3
Applendix L
LENOGRASTIM      
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LEPIDOPTEROUS SEX PHEROMONES  
Appendix B, Part 3
LEPIRUDIN  
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LEPTAZOL   
Schedule 4
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Schedule 7
LEPTOSPERMUM SCOPARIUM OIL
cross reference: MANUKA OIL         
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
LERCANIDIPINE    
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LETROZOLE           
Schedule 4
LEUPRORELIN       
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LEVALLORPHAN   
Schedule 4
LEVAMISOLE          
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Schedule 4
LEVAMPHETAMINE          
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LEVETIRACETAM 
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Appendix K
LEVOBUNOLOL     
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Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
LEVODOPA  
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LEVOMEPROMAZINE
cross reference: METHOTRIMEPRAZINE     
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LEVOMETHAMPHETAMINE       
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LIGNOCAINE
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Schedule 4
Schedule 2
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LIME OIL     
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Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
LIMONENE
cross reference: DIPENTENE 
Appendix B, Part 3
LINAGLIPTIN          
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LINCOMYCIN         
Schedule 4
LINDANE
cross reference: BHC  
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
LINEZOLID  
Schedule 4
LINOLEIC ACID     
Appendix B, Part 3
LINSEED FATTY ACIDS    
Appendix B, Part 3
LINURON     
Appendix B, Part 3
LIOTHYRONINE
cross reference: TRIIODOTHYRONINE
Schedule 4
LIQUORICE, DEGLYCYRRHISINISED   
Appendix B, Part 3
LIRAGLUTIDE        
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LISDEXAMFETAMINE       
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LOFEXIDINE
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LOGIPARIN 
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LOMUSTINE
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LOPERAMIDE         
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Appendix F, Part 3
LOPINAVIR 
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LOPRAZOLAM        
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Benzodiazepine derivatives)
LORACARBEF         
Schedule 4
LORATADINE         
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
LORAZEPAM           
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Benzodiazepine derivatives)
Appendix K
LORMETAZEPAM  
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Benzodiazepine derivatives)
LOSARTAN  
Schedule 4
LOTEPREDNOL      
Schedule 4
LOXAPINE   
Schedule 4
LUBRICANTS          
Appendix A
LUFENURON
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LUMEFANTRINE    
Schedule 4
LUMIRACOXIB       
Schedule 4
LURASIDONE          
Schedule 4
Appendix K
LUTEINISING HORMONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 1
LYMECYCLINE      
Schedule 4
LYSERGIC ACID     
Schedule 9
LYSERGIDE
Schedule 9
M
MACITENTAN
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 6
Appendix L, Part 2
MACROGOLS
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MADURAMICIN
Schedule 7
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Appendix J, Part 2
MAFENIDE
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
MAGNESIUM CHLORATE
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Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
MAGNESIUM SULFATE
Schedule 3
MALACHITE GREEN
Schedule 7
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MALATHION
cross reference: MALDISON, ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 3
Appendix E, Part 2
MALEIC HYDRAZIDE
Appendix B, Part 3
MANCOZEB
Schedule 5
MANDIPROPAMID
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MANDRAGORA OFFICINARUM
Schedule 4
MANGANESE DIOXIDE
Appendix B, Part 3
MANNITYL HEXANITRATE
Schedule 3
MANNOMUSTINE
Schedule 4
MAPROTILINE
Schedule 4
MARAVIROC
Schedule 4
MARBOFLOXACIN
Schedule 4
MARJORAM OIL
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
MAROPITANT
Schedule 4
MATCHES
Appendix A
MAVACOXIB
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MAZIDOX
Schedule 7
MAZINDOL
Schedule 4
Appendix K
MCPA
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MCPB
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MEBANAZINE
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MEBENDAZOLE
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Schedule 2
MEBEVERINE
Schedule 4
MEBHYDROLIN
Schedule 4
Appendix K
MEBOLAZINE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
MEBUTAMATE
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Schedule 4
MECARBAM
Schedule 7
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MECILLINAM
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Schedule 4
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Appendkix K
MECOPROP
Schedule 6
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MECOPROP-P
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MEDAZEPAM
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Benzodiazepine derivatives)
Appendix K
MEDETOMIDINE
Schedule 4
MEDICAL AND VETERINARY ADHESIVES, GLUES AND CEMENTS
Appendix A
MEDICAL DEVICES
cross reference: ANTICOAGULANT MEDICAL DEVICES, ARTIFICIAL TEARS, COLLAGEN, INJECTABLE TISSUE RECONSTRUCTIVE, AUGMENTATION AND RESTORATION MATERIALS, INTRA-ARTICULAR FLUIDS, URINARY CATHETERS  
Appendix A
MEDIGOXIN
cross reference: METHYLDIGOXIN
Schedule 4
MEDROXYPROGESTERONE
Schedule 4
MEDRYSONE
Schedule 4
MEFENAMIC ACID
Schedule 4
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Appendix F, Part 3
MEFENOREX
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MEFENPYR-DIETHYL
Schedule 5
MEFLOQUINE
Schedule 4
MEFLUIDIDE
Schedule 6
MEFRUSIDE
Schedule 4
MEGASPHAERA ELSDENII strain 41125
Appendix B, Part 3
MEGESTROL
Schedule 4
MELAGATRAN
Schedule 4
MELALEUCA OIL
cross reference: TEA TREE OIL
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
MELATONIN
Schedule 4
MELENGESTROL
Schedule 4
MELENGESTROL ACETATE
Schedule 6
MELIA AZEDARACH
Schedule 10
MELOXICAM
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MEMANTINE
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MENAZON
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Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
MEPIVACAINE
Schedule 4
MEPROBAMATE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
MEPTAZINOL
Schedule 4
MEPYRAMINE
MEPYRAMINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix K
MEQUITAZINE
Schedule 4
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Schedule 6
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Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
MERCAPTOMERIN
Schedule 4
MERCAPTOPURINE
Schedule 4
MERCURIC CHLORIDE
cross reference: CALOMEL
Schedule 7
MERCURIC IODIDE
Appendix E, Part 2
MERCURIC NIRATE
Appendix E, Part 2
MERCURIC OXIDE
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
MERCURIC POTASSIUM IODIDE
Appendix E, Part 2
MERCURIC THIOCYANATE
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
MERCUROCHROME
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix E, Part 2
MERCUROUS CHLORIDE
cross reference: CORROSIVE SUBLIMATE
Appendix E, Part 2
MERCURY
cross reference: ETHOXYETHYLMERCURIC CHLORIDE, ETHOXYQUIN, PHENYL MERCURIC CHLORIDE
Schedule 7
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix G
Appendix J, Part 2
MERCURY metallic
Appendix E, Part 2
MERCURY, organic compounds
Appendix E, Part 2
MEROPENEM
Schedule 4
MERSALYL
Schedule 4
MERURIC CHLORIDE
Appendix E, Part 2
MESABOLONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
MESALAZINE
Schedule 4
MESNA
Schedule 4
MESOLSULFURON-METHYL
Appendix B, Part 3
MESOTRIONE
Schedule 5
MESTANOLONE
cross reference: ANDROSTALONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
MESTEROLONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
MESTRANOL
Schedule 4
METACRESOLSULPHONIC ACID
Schedule 6
Appendix F, Part 3
METAFLUMIZONE
Schedule 5
METALAXYL
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
METALDEHYDE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
METANDIENONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
METARAMINOL
Schedule 4
METARHIZIUM ANISOPLIAE
Appendix B, Part 3
METAZOCINE
Schedule 9
METENOLONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
METERGOLINE
Schedule 4
METFORMIN
Schedule 4
METHABENZTHIAZURON
Schedule 5
METHACHOLINE
Schedule 4
METHACRIFOS
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Appendix J, Part 2
METHACYCLINE
Schedule 4
METHADONE
Schedule 8
Appendix K
METHALLENOESTRIL
Schedule 4
METHAM
cross reference: METHAM SODIUM
Schedule 6
METHAMIDOPHOS
Schedule 7
METHANDRIOL
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
METHANOL
Schedule 5
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
METHANTHELINIUM
Schedule 4
METHAPYRILENE
Schedule 7
METHAQUALONE
Schedule 9
METHAZOLAMIDE
Schedule 4
METHAZOLE
Schedule 7
METHCATHINONE
Schedule 9
METHDILAZINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Appendix K
METHENOLONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
METHICILLIN
Schedule 4
METHIDATHION
Schedule 7
METHIMAZOLE
cross reference: THIAMAZOLE
Schedule 4
METHIOCARB
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
METHISAZONE
Schedule 4
METHIXENE
Schedule 4
METHOCARBAMOL
Schedule 4
Appendix K
METHOFLUTHRIN
Schedule 5
METHOHEXITONE
Schedule 4
METHOIN
Schedule 4
METHOMYL
cross reference: DENATONIUM BENZOATE
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
METHOPRENE
Appendix B, Part 3
METHOTREXATE
Schedule 4
METHOXAMINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix F, Part 3
METHOXSALEN
Schedule 4
METHOXYCHLOR
Schedule 5
METHOXYETHYLMERCURIC ACETATE
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
METHOXYETHYLMERCURIC CHLORIDE
Schedule 7
METHOXYFENOZIDE
Appendix B, Part 3
METHOXYFLURANE
Schedule 4
METHOXYPHENAMINE
Schedule 2
METHSUXIMIDE
Schedule 4
METHYCLOTHIAZIDE
Schedule 4
METHYL (2S, 4aR, 6aR, 7R, 9S, 10aS, 10bR)-9-ACETOXY-6a,10b-DIMETHYL-4,10-DIOXO-DODECAHYDRO-2-(3-FURYL)-2H-NAPHTHO[2,1-c]PYRAN-7-CARBOXYLATE
cross reference: SALVINORIN A
Schedule 9
METHYL ACETATE
Appendix B, Part 3
METHYL AMINOLEVULINATE
Schedule 4
METHYL BENZOQUATE
Appendix B, Part 3
METHYL BROMIDE
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
METHYL CHLORIDE
Appendix F, Part 3
METHYL ETHYL KETONE
cross reference: DESIGNATED SOLVENT
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Part 1 - Interpretation
METHYL ETHYL KETONE OXIME
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
METHYL ETHYL KETONE PEROXIDE
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
METHYL ISOAMYL KETONE
cross reference: DESIGNATED SOLVENT
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Part 1 - Interpretation
METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
cross reference: DESIGNATED SOLVENT, METHYLATED SPIRIT(S)
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Part 1 - Interpretation
METHYL ISOTHIOCYANATE
Schedule 6
METHYL MERCURY
Schedule 4
METHYL METHACRYLATE
Appendix F, Part 3
METHYL METHACRYLATE
Schedule 10
Schedule 6
METHYL NEODECANAMIDE
Schedule 6
METHYL p-HYDROXYBENZOATE
Appendix B, Part 3
METHYL SALICYLATE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
METHYL SALICYLATE LIQUID
Appendix E, Part 2
METHYLAMPHETAMINE
cross refence: METHAMPHETAMINE
Schedule 8
METHYLANDROSTANOLONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
METHYLATED SPIRIT(S)
cross reference: DENATONIUM BENZOATE, ETHANOL, FLUORESCEIN
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
METHYLCLOSTEBOL
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
METHYLCYCLOPENTADIENYL MANGANESE TRICARBONYL
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
METHYLDESORPHINE
Schedule 9
METHYLDIBROMO GLUTARONITRILE
Schedule 10
Schedule 6
Appendix F, Part 3
METHYLDIHYDROMORPHINE
Schedule 8
METHYLDOPA
Schedule 4
METHYLENE BISTHIOCYANATE
Schedule 6
Appendix F, Part 3
METHYLENE BLUE
Schedule 7
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
METHYLEPHEDRINE
Schedule 2
METHYLERGOMETRINE
Schedule 4
METHYLEUGENOL
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2,
Appendix F, Part 3
METHYLMERCURY
Appendix G
METHYLNALTREXONE
Schedule 4
METHYLNORBORNYLPYRIDINE
Schedule 6
METHYLPENTYNOL
Schedule 4
METHYLPHENIDATE
Schedule 8
METHYLPHENOBARBITONE
cross reference: BARBITURATE METHYLPREDNISOLONE
Schedule 4
METHYLPREDNISOLONE
Schedule 4
METHYLTESTOSTERONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
METHYLTHIOURACIL
Schedule 4
METHYLTRIENOLONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
METHYPRYLONE
Schedule 4
METHYSERGIDE
Schedule 4
METIRAM
Schedule 5
METOCLOPRAMIDE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
METOFLUTHRIN
Schedule 6
METOLACHLOR
Schedule 5
METOLAZONE
Schedule 4
METOPON
Schedule 9
METOPROLOL
Schedule 4
METOSULAM
Schedule 6
METRAFENONE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
METRIBOLONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
METRIBUZIN
Schedule 6
METRIFONATE
cross reference: TRICHLORFON
Schedule 4
METRONIDAZOLE
cross reference: BENZOYL METRONIDAZOLE
Schedule 4
METSULFURONMETHYL
Appendix B, Part 3
METYRAPONE
Schedule 4
MEVINPHOS
Schedule 7
MEXILETINE
Schedule 4
MEZLOCILLIN
Schedule 4
MIANSERIN
Schedule 4
Appendix K
MIBEFRADIL
Schedule 4
MIBOLERONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
MICAFUNGIN
Schedule 4
MICONAZOLE
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix H
MIDAZOLAM
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Benzodiazepine derivatives)
MIDODRINE
Schedule 4
MIFEPRISTONE
Schedule 4
MIGLITOL
Schedule 4
MIGLUSTAT
Schedule 4
MILBEMECTIN
Schedule 6
 Schedule 5
MILBEMYCIN OXIME
Schedule 4
Schedule 5
MILRINONE
Schedule 4
MINOCYCLINE
Schedule 4
MINOXIDIL
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
MIPAFOX
Schedule 7
MIRABEGRON
Schedule 4
MIREX
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
MIRTAZAPINE
Schedule 4
 Appendix K
MISOPROSTOL
Schedule 4
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
MITOBRONITOL
Schedule 4
MITOMYCIN
Schedule 4
MITOTANE
Schedule 4
MITOXANTRONE
Schedule 4
MITRAGYNA SPECIOSA
Schedule 9
MITRAGYNINE
Schedule 9
MITRATAPIDE
Schedule 4
MIVACURIUM CHLORIDE
Schedule 4
MOCLOBEMIDE
Schedule 4
MODAFINIL
Schedule 4
MOLGRAMOSTIM
Schedule 4
MOLINATE
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
MOLINDONE
Schedule 4
MOMETASONE
Schedule 2
Schedule 4
MONENSIN
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
MONEPANTEL
Schedule 5
MONOBENZONE
cross reference: HYDROQUINONE
Schedule 4
MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES
Schedule 4
MONOCROTOPHOS
Schedule 7
MONTELUKAST
Schedule 4
MOPERONE
Schedule 4
MORANTEL
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
MORAZONE
Schedule 4
MORICIZINE
Schedule 4
MORPHERIDINE
Schedule 9
MORPHINE
Schedule 8
Appendix K
MORPHINE METHOBROMIDE
Schedule 8
MORPHINE-N-OXIDE
Schedule 8
MOTOR, HEATING or FURNACE FUELS
cross reference: FUELS, FUELS, HOBBY - FUELS, TOY, KEROSENE, METHANOL, PETROL
Appendix A
MOTRAZEPAM
Schedule 4
MOTRETINIDE
Schedule 4
MOXIDECTIN
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
MOXIFLOXACIN
Schedule 4
MOXONIDINE
Schedule 4
MSMA
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
MUMPS VACCINE
Schedule 4
MUPIROCIN
Schedule 4
MURAGLITAZAR
Schedule 4
MUROMONAB
Schedule 4
MUSCIMOL
Schedule 9
MUSTINE
cross reference: NITROGEN MUSTARD
Schedule 4
MYCLOBUTANIL
Schedule 5
MYCOPHENOLIC ACID
cross reference: MYCOPHENOLATE MOFETIL
Schedule 4
MYRISTIC ACID
Appendix B, Part 3
MYROPHINE
Schedule 9
N
N- α -[METHYL-3,4-(METHYLENEDIOXY)PHENETHYL]HYDROXYLAMINE
cross reference: N-HYDROXY MDA  
Schedule 9
N-(N-DODECYL)-2-PYRROLIDONE
cross reference: DESIGNATED SOLVENT, N-(N-OCTYL)-2-PYRROLIDONE, N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Part 1 - Interpretation
N-(N-OCTYL)-2-PYRROLIDONE
cross reference: DESIGNATED SOLVENT, N-(N-DODECYL)-2-PYRROLIDONE, N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Part 1 - Interpretation
N, α -DIMETHYL-3,4-(METHYLENEDIOXY)PHENYLETHYLAMINE
cross reference: 3,4-METHYLENEDIOXY-N-α-DIMETHYLPHENYLETHYLAMINE, MDMA
Schedule 9
N,N-BIS(PHENYLMETHYLENE)-BICYCLO-(2.2.1)HEPTANE-2,5-DIMETHANAMINE
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Appendix F, Part 3
N,N-BIS(PHENYLMETHYLENE)-BICYCLO-(2.2.1)HEPTANE-2,6-DIMETHANAMINE
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Appendix F, Part 3
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Appendix G
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Appendix B, Part 3
n-BUTYL LACTATE
Appendix B, Part 3
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NEROLI OIL
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Appendix J, Part 2
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NORMORPHINE
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Appendix K
NOSCAPINE
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ORANGE OIL, SWEET
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Appendix F, Part 3
ORGANOPHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS
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Appendix F, Part 3
ortho-PHENYLPHENOL
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
ortho-PHTHALADEHYDE
Appendix F, Part 3
ortho-PHTHALALDEHYDE
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Appendix J, Part 2
OSELTAMIVIR
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OXABETRINIL
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OXABOLONE
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Appendix F, Part 3
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Appendix D, Item 5 (Benzodiazepine derivatives)
Appendix K
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OXYMETHOLONE
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PALIFERMIN
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Appendix K
PALIVIZUMAB
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Appendix B, Part 3
PALMITIC ACID
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Appendix K
PAPAVERINE
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Appendix A
PARACETAMOL
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Appendix F, Part 3
para-DICHLOROBENZENE
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Appendix F, Part 3
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PAZOPANIB
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PECTINASE derived from Aspergillus niger
Appendix B, Part 3
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PENTACHLOROPEHNOL
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PERACETIC ACID
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Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
PERAMPANEL
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Appendix K
PERFLUIDONE
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Appendix K
PERINDOPRIL
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PERMANGANATES
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Appendix F, Part 3
PERMETHRIN
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Appendix K
PERTUSSIS ANTIGEN
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Appendix K
PETROL
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PHEDRAZINE
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PHENISATIN
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Appendix B, Part 3
PHENMETRAZINE
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Appendix K
PHENOL
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Appendix E, Part 2,
Appendix F, Part 3
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Appendix D, Item 5
PHENTHIMENTONIUM
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Appendix E, Part 2
Part 1 - Interpretation
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cross reference: ALKYLATED PHENYLENEDIAMINES,  DIETHYL-PARA-PHENYLENEDIAMINE, DIMETHYL-PARA-PHENYLENEDIAMINE
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Appendix F, Part 3
PHENYLEPHRINE
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Appendix F, Part 3
PHENYLMERCURIC ACETATE
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PHENYLPHENOL
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Appendix K
PHENYTOIN
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PHOLCODINE
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Appendix K
PHORATE
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PHOSPHINE
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PHOSPHODIESTERASE TYPE 5 INHIBITORS
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Appendix F, Part 3
PHOSPHORIC ACID
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Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
PHOSPHORUS
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix G
PHOSPHORUS,
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Appendix A
PHOXIM
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PHYTASE
Appendix B, Part 3
PICARIDIN
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PICOLINAFEN
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PICRIC ACID
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Appendix F, Part 3
PICROTOXIN
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Appendix A
PILOCARPINE
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Appendix B, Part 3
PIMINODINE
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Appendix K
PINACIDIL
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PIPERIDINE
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PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE
Appendix B, Part 3
PIPEROPHOS
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PIRACETAM
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PLERIXAFOR
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PODOPHYLLUM EMODI
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Appendix F, Part 3
PODOPHYLLUM RESIN
cross reference: PODOPHYLLIN
Appendix G
POLIDEXIDE
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Appendix F, Part 3
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POLOXALENE
Appendix B, Part 3
POLY (GNRF) OVALBUMIN
Appendix B, Part 3
POLY DIALLYL DIMETHYL AMMONIUM CHLORIDE
cross reference: POLYDADMAC
Appendix B, Part 3
POLY(OXY-1,2-ETHANEDIYL), α -[2-[(2-HYDROXYETHYL)AMINO]-2-OXOETHYL]- α -HYDROXY-,MONO-C13-15-ALKYL ETHERS
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POLYHEDROSIS VIRUS of Helico zea occlusion bodies
Appendix B, Part 3
POLYLACTIC ACID
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Appendix B, Part 3
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Appendix D, Item 4
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
PORACTANT
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PORCINE SOMATOTROPHIN
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POSACONAZOLE
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Appendix E, Part 2
POTASIUM CHLORATE
Appendix E, Part 2
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POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE
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Appendix E, Part 2
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POTASSIUM METABISULPHITE
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Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
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Appendix F, Part 3
POTASSIUM SORBATE
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POTASSIUM SULFIDE
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Appendix F, Part 3
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Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
PRAMIPEXOLE
Schedule 4
PRAMOCAINE
Schedule 4
PRAMPINE
Schedule 4
PRASTERONE
cross reference: DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE, DEHYDROISOANDROSTERONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
PRASUGREL
Schedule 4
PRAVASTATIN
Schedule 4
PRAZEPAM
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Benzodiazepine derivatives)
Appendix K
PRAZIQUANTEL
Schedule 4
PRAZOSIN
Schedule 4
PREDNISOLONE
Schedule 4
PREDNISONE
Schedule 4
PREGABALIN
Schedule 4
Appendix K
PREGNENOLONE
Schedule 4
PRENALTEROL
Schedule 4
PRENYLAMINE
Schedule 4
PRILOCAINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
PRIMAQUINE
Schedule 4
PRIMIDONE
Schedule 4
PRINTING INKS or INK ADDITIVES
Appendix A
PROBENECID
Schedule 4
PROBUCOL
Schedule 4
PROCAINAMIDE
Schedule 4
PROCAINE
Schedule 4
PROCAINE PENICILLIN
Schedule 4
PROCARBAZINE
Schedule 4
PROCHLORAZ
Schedule 6
PROCHLORPERAZINE
Appendix K
PROCHLORPERAZINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
PROCYCLIDINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
PROCYMIDONE
Schedule 7
PROFENOFOS
Schedule 6
PROFOXYDIM
Schedule 5
PROGESTERONE
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
Appendix G
PROGESTOGENS
Schedule 4
PROGLUMIDE
Schedule 4
PROGUANIL
Schedule 4
PROHEPTAZINE
Schedule 9
PROHEXADIONE CALCIUM
Schedule 5
PROLINTANE
Schedule 4
PROMACYL
Schedule 6
PROMAZINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
PROMETHAZINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix K
PROMETRYN
Schedule 5
PROMOXOLANE
Schedule 4
PROPACHLOR
Schedule 6
PROPAFENONE
Schedule 4
PROPAMIDINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
PROPAMOCARB
Schedule 5
PROPANIDID
Schedule 4
PROPANIL
Schedule 5
PROPANTHELINE
Schedule 4
PROPAQUIZAFOP
Schedule 5
PROPARGITE
Schedule 6
PROPENTOFYLLINE
Schedule 4
PROPERIDINE
Schedule 9
PROPETAMPHOS
Schedule 6
PROPETANDROL
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
PROPICONAZOLE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
PROPINEB
Schedule 6
PROPIONIBACTERIUM ACNES
Schedule 4
PROPIONIC ACID
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
PROPIRAM
Schedule 8
PROPOFOL
Schedule 4
PROPOXUR
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
PROPRANOLOL
Schedule 4
Appendix G
PROPYL ACETATES
Appendix B, Part 3
PROPYLENE
Schedule 7
PROPYLENE GLYCOL
Appendix B, Part 3
PROPYLENE OXIDE
Appendix J, Part 2
PROPYLHEXEDRINE
Schedule 4
PROPYLTHIOURACIL
Schedule 4
PROPYPHENAZONE
Schedule 4
PROPYZAMIDE
Schedule 5
PROQUAZONE
Schedule 4
PROQUINAZID
Schedule 6
PROSCILLARIDIN
Schedule 4
PROSTAGLANDINS
Schedule 4
PROSTIANOL
Schedule 4
PROSULFOCARB
Schedule 6
PROSULFURON
Schedule 6
PROTAMINE
Schedule 4
PROTHIOCONAZOLE
Appendix B, Part 3
PROTHIOCONAZOLE-DESCHLORO
Schedule 5
PROTHIOCONAZOLE-TRIAZOLIDINETHIONE
Schedule 5
PROTHIOFOS
Schedule 6
PROTHIONAMIDE
Schedule 4
PROTHIPENDYL
Schedule 4
PROTIRELIN
Schedule 4
PROTOVERATRINES
Schedule 4
PROTRIPTYLINE
Appendix K
PROTRIPTYLINE
Schedule 4
PROXYMETACAINE
Schedule 4
PRUCALOPRIDE
Schedule 4
PSEUDOEPHEDRINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
PSEUDOMONAS FLUORESCENS
Appendix B, Part 3
PSILOCYBINE
Schedule 9
PTERIDIUM spp
Schedule 10
PULMONARIA spp
Schedule 10
PYMETROZINE
Schedule 5
PYRACLOFOS
Schedule 6
PYRACLOSTROBIN
Schedule 5
PYRAFLUFEN-ETHYL
Schedule 5
PYRANTEL
Schedule 2
PYRASULFOTOLE
Schedule 5
PYRAZINAMIDE
Schedule 4
PYRAZOPHOS
Schedule 6
PYRETHRINS
cross reference: CHRYSANTHEMIC ACID ESTERS, CINEROLONE, JASMOLONE, PYRETHRIC ACIDS, PYRETHROLONE
Schedule 5
Schedule 2
PYRIDABEN
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
PYRIDALYL
Schedule 6
PYRIDATE
Schedule 6
PYRIDINOLCARBAMATE
Schedule 4
PYRIDOSTIGMINE
Schedule 4
PYRIDOXAL
Schedule 4
PYRIDOXAMINE
Schedule 4
PYRIDOXINE
Schedule 4
PYRIFENOX
Schedule 5
PYRIMETHAMINE
Schedule 4
PYRIMETHANIL
Appendix B, Part 3
PYRINURON
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
PYRIOFENONE
Schedule 6
PYRIPROLE
Schedule 6
PYRIPROXYFEN
Appendix B, Part 3
PYRITHIOBAC SODIUM
Schedule 5
PYRITHIONE COPPER
Schedule 6
PYRITHIONE ZINC
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 2
Appendix E, Part 2
PYROVALERONE
Schedule 4
PYROXASULFONE
Schedule 6
PYROXSULAM
Schedule 6
PYRVINIUM
cross reference: VIPRYNIUMA
Schedule 4
Q
QUASSIA
Appendix B, Part 3
QUATERNARY AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS
cross reference: BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE, DIALKYL and DIALKOYL QUATERNARY AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
QUAZEPAM
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Benzodiazepine derivatives)
QUETIAPINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
QUINAGOLIDE
Schedule 4
QUINALBARBITONE
cross reference: SECOBARBITAL
Schedule 8
Appendix K
QUINAPRIL
Schedule 4
QUINBOLONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
QUINCLORAC
Schedule 5
QUINETHAZONE
Schedule 4
QUINIDINE
Schedule 4
QUININE
Schedule 7
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
QUINISOCAINE
cross reference: DIMETHISOQUINE
Schedule 4
QUINOXYFEN
Appendix B, Part 3
QUINTOZENE
cross reference: PENTACHLORONITROBENZENE
Schedule 5
QUINUPRISTIN
Schedule 4
QUIZALOFOP ETHYL
cross referenece: QUIZALOFOP ETHYL (D + ISOMER)
Schedule 6
QUIZALOFOP-P-ETHYL
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
QUIZALOFOP-P-TEFURYL
Schedule 6
R
RABEPRAZOLE      
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
RABIES VACCINE  
Schedule 4
RACEMETHORPHAN        
Schedule 9
RACEMORAMIDE  
Schedule 8
RACEMORPHAN    
Schedule 9
RACTOPAMINE      
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
RADIOGRAPHIC CONTRAST MEDIA
cross reference: RADIOPAQUES
Appendix A
RADIOISOTOPES    
Appendix A
RALOXIFENE          
Schedule 4
RALTEGRAVIR       
Schedule 4
RALTITREXED       
Schedule 4
RAMIPRIL    
Schedule 4
RANIBIZUMAB       
Schedule 4
RANITIDINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix F, Part 3
RAPACURONIUM   
Schedule 4
RASAGILINE           
Schedule 4
RASBURICASE        
Schedule 4
RAUWOLFIA SERPENTINA          
Schedule 4
RAUWOLFIA VOMITORIA           
Schedule 4
RAZOXANE 
Schedule 4
REBOXETINE          
Schedule 4
RED YEAST RICE   
Schedule 4
REGORAFENIB       
Schedule 4
REMIFENTANIL     
Schedule 8
REMOXIPRIDE       
Schedule 4
REPAGLINIDE        
Schedule 4
RESERPINE  
Schedule 4
RESMETHRIN         
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
RETAPAMULIN       
Schedule 4
RETEPLASE 
Schedule 4
RETIGABINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
RIBAVIRIN  
Schedule 4
RIDAFOROLIMUS  
Schedule 4
RIFABUTIN  
Schedule 4
RIFAMPICIN
Schedule 4
RIFAMYCIN 
Schedule 4
RIFAPENTINE         
Schedule 4
RIFAXIMIN  
Schedule 4
RILPIVIRINE           
Schedule 4
RILUZOLE   
Schedule 4
RIMEXOLONE        
Schedule 4
RIMITEROL 
Schedule 4
RIMONABANT        
Schedule 4
RIMSULFURON       
Schedule 5
RIOCIGUAT 
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
Appendix L, Part 2
RISEDRONIC ACID
Schedule 4
RISPERIDONE         
Schedule 4
Appendix K
RITODRINE 
Schedule 4
RITONAVIR
Schedule 4
RITUXIMAB
Schedule 4
RIVAROXABAN      
Schedule 4
RIVASTIGMINE      
Schedule 4
RIZATRIPTAN         
Schedule 4
ROBENACOXIB      
Schedule 4
ROBENIDINE
Schedule 5
ROFECOXIB
Schedule 4
ROFLUMILAST       
Schedule 4
ROLICYCLIDINE
cross reference: PCPY, PHP   
Schedule 9
ROLITETRACYCLINE       
Schedule 4
ROMIDEPSIN           
Schedule 4
ROMIFIDINE           
Schedule 4
ROMIPLOSTIM       
Schedule 4
RONIDAZOLE         
Schedule 4
ROPINIROLE           
Schedule 4
ROPIVACAINE        
Schedule 4
ROSEMARY OIL     
Appendix B, Part 3
ROSIGLITAZONE   
Schedule 4
ROSOXACIN
Schedule 4
ROSUVASTATIN     
Schedule 4
ROTENONE
cross reference: CUBE
Schedule 6
ROTIGOTINE          
Schedule 4
Appendix K
ROXIBOLONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
ROXITHROMYCIN
Schedule 4
RUBELLA VACCINE
Schedule 4
RUBOXISTAURIN   
Schedule 4
RUPATADINE          
Schedule 4
Appendix K
RUXOLITINIB
Schedule 4
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SAFLUFENACIL
Schedule 7
Schedule 5
SAFROLE
Schedule 10
Schedule 3
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
SAGE OIL
cross reference: DALMATIAN, THUJONE    
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
SAGE OIL (Spanish)
cross reference: CAMPHOR
Appendix B, Part 3
SALBUTAMOL
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Appendix F, Part 3
SALCATONIN
Schedule 4
SALICYLAMIDE
cross reference: ASPIRIN, CAFFEINE, PARACETAMOL
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix F, Part 3
SALICYLANILIDE
Schedule 5
SALICYLIC ACID
cross reference: CHOLINE SALICYLATE
Schedule 3
SALINOMYCIN
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
SALMETEROL
Schedule 4
SALVIA DIVINORUM
Schedule 9
SANDALWOOD OIL
Appendix B, Part 3,
SANTONIN
Schedule 3
SAPROPTERIN
Schedule 4
SAQUINAVIR           
Schedule 4
SASSAFRAS OIL
cross reference: SAFROLE
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
SAXAGLIPTIN
Schedule 4
SCHOENOCAULON OFFICINALE
cross reference: SABADILLA
Schedule 4
SCHRADAN
Schedule 7
SCOPOLIA CARNIOLICA
Schedule 4
SEAWEED
Appendix B, Part 3
SECBUTOBARBITONE
Schedule 8
Appendix K
SEDAXANE
Schedule 5
SEEDS
Appendix A
SELAMECTIN
Schedule 5
SELECTIVE ANDROGEN RECEPTOR MODULATORS
cross reference: SARM
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
SELEGILINE
Schedule 4
SELENIUM
cross reference: BARIUM SELENATE, SELENIUM COMPOUNDS, SELENIUM ARSENIDE, SELENIUM SULFIDE
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
Appendix E, Part 2, Part2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix G
SEMDURAMICIN
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
SENECIO spp
Schedule 10
SERELAXIN
Schedule 4
SERMORELIN
Schedule 4
SERTINDOLE
Schedule 4
SERTRALINE           
Schedule 4
SETHOXYDIM
Schedule 5
SEVELAMER           
Schedule 4
SEVOFLURANE
Schedule 4
SEX HORMONES    
Schedule 4
SIBUTRAMINE
Schedule 4
SIDURON      
Schedule 5
SILANDRONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic steroidal agent)
SILDENAFIL
Schedule 4
SILICOFLUORIDES
cross reference: BARIUM SILICOFLUORIDE, FLUORIDES, FLUOROSILICATES, HEXAFLUOROSILICATES MAGNESIUM FLUOSILICATE,
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
SILICONES
Schedule 10
Schedule 4
Appendix F, Part 3
SILVER         
Schedule 2
SILVER NITRATE
cross reference: SILVER SALTS
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
SILVER SULFADIAZINE
Schedule 4
SIMAZINE
Appendix B, Part 3
SIMEPREVIR           
Schedule 4
SIMVASTATIN
Schedule 4
SINBIOALLETHRIN           
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
SINGLE-USE TUBES
Appendix A
SIROLIMUS  
Schedule 4
SISOMICIN   
Schedule 4
SITAGLIPTIN          
Schedule 4
SITAXENTAN          
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 6
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
SLIMICIDES 
Appendix A
SODIUM ALUMINATE       
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
SODIUM BICARBONATE  
Appendix B, Part 3
SODIUM BROMATE
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
SODIUM BROMIDE
Schedule 4
SODIUM CELLULOSE PHOSPHATE       
Schedule 4
SODIUM CHLORATE         
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
SODIUM CROMOGLYCATE         
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
SODIUM DIACETATE        
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
SODIUM DICHLOROISOCYANURATE   
Appendix E, Part 2
SODIUM DODECYLBENZENE SULFONATE      
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2, Part
Appendix F, Part 3
SODIUM FLUORIDE           
Appendix F, Part 3
SODIUM HYDROGEN SULFATE  
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
SODIUM HYDROSULFITE
Schedule 5
Appendix F, Part 3
SODIUM HYDROXIDE
cross reference: LYE WATER
Schedule 10
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
SODIUM LAURETH-6 CARBOXYLATE  
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
SODIUM LAURYL SULFATE        
Appendix E, Part 2
SODIUM METABISULPHITE        
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
SODIUM MORRHUATE     
Schedule 4
SODIUM NITRITE   
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 2
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE
Schedule 4
SODIUM OXYBATE
Schedule 8
Appendix D, Item 1
SODIUM PERCARBONATE           
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
SODIUM PERSULFATE      
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
SODIUM PHOSPHATE       
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
SODIUM PICOSULFATE    
Schedule 3
SODIUM POLYSTYRENE SULPHONATE           
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
SODIUM PRECARBONATE
Appendix E, Part 2
SODIUM PROPIONATE     
Appendix B, Part 3
SODIUM SALICYLATE      
Schedule 4
SODIUM STANNATE          
Schedule 5,
Appendix E, Part 2
SODIUM SULFIDE
Schedule 5, Schedule 6, Appendix E, Part 2, Appendix F, Part 3
SODIUM TETRADECYLSULFATE           
Schedule 4
SODIUM TRICHLOROACETATE 
Appendix E, Part 2
SODIUMHYDROSULFITE 
Appendix E, Part 2
SOFOSBUVIR
Schedule 4
SOLASODINE          
Schedule 4
SOLIFENACIN         
Schedule 4
SOMATOSTATIN    
Schedule 4
SOMATOTROPIN EQUINE
Schedule 4
SOMATROPIN
cross reference: HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE      
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5
Appendix G
SONTOQUINE         
Schedule 4
SORAFENIB 
-Schedule 4
SOTALOL     
Schedule 4
SPARFLOXACIN     
Schedule 4
SPARTEINE
Schedule 4
SPECTINOMYCIN   
Schedule 4
SPINETORAM          
Schedule 5
SPINOSAD    
Schedule 5
SPIRAMYCIN           
Schedule 4
SPIRAPRIL   
Schedule 4
SPIRONOLACTONE           
Schedule 4
SPIROTETRAMAT  
Schedule 6
SPIROXAMINE        
Schedule 6
SQUILL         
Schedule 2
STANOLONE           
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
STANOZOLOL         
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
STAR ANISE OIL     
Schedule 5
STAVUDINE 
Schedule 4
STENBOLONE         
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
STERIC ACID          
Appendix B, Part 3
STEROID HORMONES       
Schedule 4
STILBOESTROL
cross reference: DIETHYLSTILBOESTROL  
Schedule 4
STRCHNINE 
Appendix E, Part 2
STREPTODORNASE           
Schedule 4
STREPTOKINASE   
Schedule 4
STREPTOMYCIN    
Schedule 4
STRONTIUM RANELATE  
Schedule 4
STROPHANTHINS  
Schedule 4
STROPHANTHUS spp.        
Schedule 4
Appendix G
STRYCHNINE
cross reference: NUX VOMICA         
Schedule 7
Schedule 4
Appendix G
Appendix J, Part 2
STRYCHNOS spp.    
Schedule 4
STYRAMATE           
Schedule 4
STYRENE
cross reference: DESIGNATED SOLVENT    
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Part 1 - Interpretation
SUCCIMER   
Schedule 4
SUCRALFATE          
Appendix B, Part 3
SUFENTANIL           
Schedule 8
SUGAMMADEX       
Schedule 4
SULBACTAM           
Schedule 4
SULCOFURON         
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix J, Part 2
SULCONAZOLE      
Schedule 4
Schedule 2,
SULESOMAB
Appendix B, Part 3
SULFACETAMIDE  
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
SULFADIAZINE       
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
SULFADIMETHOXINE       
Schedule 4
SULFADIMIDINE    
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
SULFADOXINE        
Schedule 4
SULFAFURAZOLE  
Schedule 4
SULFAGUANIDINE 
Schedule 4
SULFAMERAZINE  
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
SULFAMETHIZOLE           
Schedule 4
SULFAMETHOXAZOLE    
Schedule 4
SULFAMETHOXYDIAZINE           
Schedule 4
SULFAMETHOXYPYRIDAZINE   
Schedule 4
SULFAMETROLE    
Schedule 4
SULFAMIC ACID    
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
SULFAMONOMETHOXINE           
Schedule 4
SULFAMOXOLE      
Schedule 4
SULFAPHENAZOLE           
Schedule 4
SULFAPYRIDINE    
Schedule 4
SULFAQUINOXALINE       
Schedule 4
SULFASALAZINE    
Schedule 4
SULFATHIAZOLE   
Schedule 5
Schedule 4,
SULFATROXAZOLE           
Schedule 4
SULFENTRAZONE  
Schedule 7
SULFINPYRAZONE
Schedule 4
SULFLURAMID       
Schedule 6
SULFOMETURON-METHYL         
Schedule 5
SULFOMYXIN         
Schedule 4
SULFONAMIDES
cross reference: SULFACETAMIDE, SULPHANILAMIDE   
Schedule 4
SULFONMETHANE
cross reference: ALKYL SULFONALS, SULFONAL
Schedule 4
SULFOSULFURON  
Appendix B, Part 3
SULFOTEP   
Schedule 7
SULFOXAFLOR       
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
SULFURIC ACID     
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
SULFURYL FLUORIDE      
Schedule 6
SULINDAC   
Schedule 4
SULPHATED POLYSACCHARIDES         
Appendix B, Part 3
SULPROFOS 
Schedule 6
SULTAMICILLIN    
Schedule 4
SULTHIAME
Schedule 4
SUMATRIPTAN       
Schedule 4
SUNITINIB   
Schedule 4
SUPROFEN   
Schedule 4
SUTILAINS   
Schedule 4
SUVOREXANT         
Schedule 4
Appendix K
SUXAMETHONIUM
Schedule 4
SUXETHONIUM      
Schedule 4
SYMPHYTUM spp
cross reference: COMFREY   
Schedule 10
Schedule 5
Appendix F, Part 3
SYNTHETIC CANNABINOMIMETICS     
Schedule 9
T
TACRINE
Schedule 4
TACROLIMUS
Schedule 4
TADALAFIL
Schedule 4
TAFLUPROST
Schedule 4
TALIGLUCERASE ALFA
Schedule 4
TALLOW ALKYLAMINE ACETATES
Schedule 6
TAMOXIFEN
Schedule 4
TAMSULOSIN
Schedule 4
TANACETUM VULGARE
cross reference: OIL OF TANSY, TANSY OIL
Schedule 4
TANNIC ACID
Appendix B, Part 3
TANNIC ACID/BENZYL ALCOHOL
Appendix B, Part 3
TAPENTADOL
Schedule 8
Appendix K
TAR ACIDS
Schedule 6      
TASONERMIN
Schedule 4
TAZAROTENE
Schedule 4
Appendix F, Part 3
TAZOBACTAM
Schedule 4
T-CELL RECEPTOR ANTIBODY
Schedule 4
TCMTB
cross reference: 2-[THIOCYANOMETHYLTHIO]BENZOTHIAZOLE
Schedule 6
TDE
cross reference: 1,1-DICHLORO-2,2-BIS[4-CHLOROPHENYL]ETHANE
Schedule 6
Schedule5
TEBUCONAZOLE
cross reference: TERBUCONAZOLE
Schedule 5
TEBUFENOZIDE     
Schedule 5
TEBUFENPYRAD
Schedule 6
TEBUTHIURON
Schedule 6
TEFLUTHRIN
Schedule 7
Schedule 5
TEGAFUR     
Schedule 4
TEGASEROD
Schedule 4
TEICOPLANIN
Schedule 4
TELAPREVIR
Schedule 4
TELBIVUDINE
Schedule 4
TELITHROMYCIN
Schedule 4
TELMISARTAN       
Schedule 4
TEMAZEPAM
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Benzodiazepine derivatives)
TEMEPHOS
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
TEMOZOLOMIDE
Schedule 4
TEMSIROLIMUS
Schedule 4
TENECTEPLASE
Schedule 4
TENIPOSIDE
Schedule 4
TENOCYCLIDINE
cross reference: TCP
Schedule 9
TENOFOVIR
Schedule 4
TENOXICAM
Schedule 4
TEPOXALIN 
Schedule 4
TEPP
Schedule 8
TEPRALOXYDIM
Schedule 5
TERAZOSIN
Schedule 4
TERBACIL
Appendix B, Part 3,Part 3
TERBINAFINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 2
TERBUFOS   
Schedule 7
TERBUTALINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Appendix F, Part 3
TERBUTHYLAZINE
Schedule 6
TERBUTRYN           
Schedule 5
TERFENADINE
Schedule 4
Appendix F, Part 3
TERIFLUNOMIDE
Schedule 4
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
TERIPARATIDE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 1
TERLIPRESSIN
Schedule 4
TERMITE BARRIERS
Appendix A
TERODILINE           
Schedule 4
TEROPTERIN
Schedule 4
TERPENES, CHLORINATED
cross reference: CHLORINATED TERPENES
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
TESTOLACTONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
TESTOSTERONE
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
Appendix G
TETANUS ANTITOXIN
Schedule 4
TETANUS TOXOID
Schedule 4
TETRABENAZINE
Schedule 4
TETRACHLOROETHANE 
Schedule 7
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix J, Part 2
TETRACHLOROETHYLENE
cross reference: DESIGNATED SOLVENT
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 2
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Part 1 - Interpretation
TETRACHLORVINPHOS
Schedule 5
TETRACONAZOLE
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
TETRACOSACTRIN
Schedule 4
TETRACYCLINE
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
TETRADIFON
Schedule 6
TETRAETHYLAMMONIUM
Schedule 4
TETRAHYDROCANNABINOLS
cross reference: CANNABIS, CANNABIS SATIVA, HEMP SEED OIL
Schedule 9
TETRAHYDROZOLINE
Schedule 2
Appendix F, Part 3
TETRAMETHRIN
Schedule 5
TETRAMISOLE
Schedule 6
TETROXOPRIM      
Schedule 4
THALIDOMIDE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
THALLIUM
cross reference: THALLIUM SULFATE
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
THAUMATIN
Appendix B, Part 3
THEBACON 
Schedule 8
THEBAINE
Schedule 8
THENYLDIAMINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K     Schedule 4, Appendix K
THEOPHYLLINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
THEVETIA PERUVIANA
Schedule 4
THEVETIN   
Schedule 4
THIABENDAZOLE
Schedule 5
Schedule 2
THIACETARSAMIDE
Schedule 4
THIACLOPRID
Schedule 6
THIAMBUTOSINE
Schedule 4
THIAMETHOXAM
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
THIAZAFLURON
Schedule 6
THIAZOPYR
Schedule 5
THIAZOSULFONE  
Schedule 4
THIDIAZURON
Appendix B, Part 3
THIETHYLPERAZINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
THIFENSULFURON
Schedule 5
THIOACETAZONE
Schedule 4
THIOBENCARB       
Schedule 5
THIOCARLIDE
Schedule 4
THIODICARB
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
THIOFANOX
Schedule 7
THIOFENTANYL
Schedule 9
THIOGUANINE
Schedule 4
THIOMESTERONE
cross reference: TIOMESTERONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
THIOMETON           
Schedule 6
THIOPENTONE
Schedule 4
THIOPHANATE-METHYL
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
THIOPROPAZATE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
THIOPROPERAZINE          
Schedule 4
THIORIDAZINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
THIOSTREPTON
Schedule 4
THIOTEPA
cross reference: TRIETHYLENE THIOPHOSPHORAMIDE
Schedule 4
THIOTHIXENE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
THIOURACIL
Schedule 4
THIOUREA
cross reference: ALKYL THIOUREAS
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
THIRAM
Schedule 6
THUJONE
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
THYME OIL 
Schedule 5
Appenidx E, Part 2
THYMOL
Schedule 6
THYMOXAMINE
Schedule 4
THYROID
Schedule 4
THYROTROPHIN
cross reference: TSH
Schedule 4
THYROXINE
Schedule 4
Appendix G
TIAGABINE
Schedule 4
TIAMULIN
Schedule 4
TIAPROFENIC ACID          
Schedule 4
TIARAMIDE 
Schedule 4
TIBOLONE
Schedule 4
TICAGRELOR
Schedule 4
TICARCILLIN         
Schedule 4
TICLOPIDINE          
Schedule 4
TIEMONIUM
Schedule 4
TIENILIC ACID
Schedule 4
TIGECYCLINE
Schedule 4
TIGLOIDINE
Schedule 4
TILDIPIROSIN
Schedule 4
TILETAMINE           
Schedule 4
TILIDINE      
Schedule 8
TILMICOSIN
Schedule 4
TILUDRONIC ACID
cross reference: DISODIUM TILUDRONATE           
Schedule 4
TIMBER
cross reference: WALLBOARD
Appendix A
TIMOLOL
Schedule 4
TIN ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
cross reference: DIALKYL TIN COMPOUNDS, DIBUTYL TIN COMPOUNDS, DIETHYL TIN COMPOUNDS, DIMETHYL TIN DICHLORIDE, DIMETHYL TIN COMPOUNDS, DIPROPYL TIN COMPOUNDS, FENBUTATIN OXIDE, ORGANO TIN-COMPOUNDS, TBTO, TRIALKYL TIN COMPOUNDS, TRIBUTYL TIN COMPOUNDS, TRIETHYL TIN COMPOUNDS, TRIMETHYL TIN COMPOUNDS, TRIPHENYL TIN COMPOUNDS, TRIPROPYL TIN COMPOUNDS
Schedule 7
TINIDAZOLE           
Schedule 4
TINZAPARIN
Schedule 4
TIOCARBAZIL
Schedule 5
TIOCONAZOLE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
TIOTROPIUM
Schedule 4
TIPEPIDINE 
Schedule 4
TIPRANAVIR           
Schedule 4
TIRILAZAD
Schedule 4
TIROFIBAN
Schedule 4
TOBRAMYCIN
Schedule 4
TOCAINIDE
Schedule 4
TOCERANIB
Schedule 4
TOCILIZUMAB
Schedule 4
TOLAZAMIDE
Schedule 4
TOLAZOLINE
Schedule 4
TOLBUTAMIDE
Schedule 4
TOLCAPONE
Schedule 4
TOLCLOFOS-METHYL
Schedule 5
TOLFENAMIC ACID          
Schedule 4
TOLIDINE
Schedule 4
Appendix E, Part 2
TOLMETIN
Schedule 4
TOLONIUM
Schedule 4
TOLPROPAMINE
Schedule 4
TOLRESTAT
Schedule 4
TOLTERODINE
Schedule 4
TOLTRAZURIL
Schedule 5
TOLUENE
cross reference: XYLENE      
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
TOLUENEDIAMINE
Schedule 10
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
TOLVAPTAN
Schedule 4
TOLYLFLUANID
Schedule 6
TOPIRAMATE
Schedule 4
TOPOTECAN           
Schedule 4
TORASEMIDE
Schedule 4
TOREMIFENE
Schedule 4
TOXOIDS      
Schedule 4
TRALKOXYDIM
Schedule 5
TRAMADOL 
Schedule 4
Appendix K
TRAMAZOLINE
Schedule 2
Appendix F, Part 3
TRAMETINIB DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE 
Schedule 4
TRANDOLAPRIL
Schedule 4
TRANEXAMIC ACID          
cross reference: CETYL TRANEXAMATE
Schedule 4
TRANSFLUTHRIN  
Schedule 6
TRANYLCYPROMINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
TRASTUZUMAB      
Schedule 4
TRASTUZUMAB EMTANSINE
Schedule 4
TRAVOPROST
Schedule 4
TRAZODONE           
Schedule 4
TRENBOLONE
cross reference: TRIENBOLONE, TRIENOLONE     
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (Anabolic and/or androgenic steroidal agents)
TREOSULPHAN
Schedule 4
TREPROSTINIL
Schedule 4
TRESTOLONE
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (androgenic steroidal agents)
TRETAMINE
Schedule 4
TRETINOIN 
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 4
Appendix F, Part 3
Appendix L, Part 2
TRIACETYLOLEANDOMYCIN
Schedule 4
TRIADIMEFON
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
TRIADIMENOL
Schedule 5
TRI-ALLATE
Schedule 5
TRIAMCINOLONE 
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix F, Part 3, Part 2
TRIAMIPHOS
Schedule 7
TRIAMTERENE
Schedule 4
TRIASULFURON
Appendix B, Part 3
TRIAZBUTIL           
Schedule 7
TRIAZIQUONE
Schedule 4
TRIAZOLAM           
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 5 (benzodiazepine derivatives)
TRIBENURON-METHYL   
Schedule 5
TRIBUFOS
cross reference: s,s,s-TRIBUTYLPHOSPHOROTRITHIOATE
Schedule 7
TRICHLORFON
cross reference: METRIFONATE       
Schedule 6
TRICHLORMETHIAZIDE
Schedule 4
TRICHLOROACETIC ACID          
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
TRICHLOROACETIC ACID ALKALI SALTS
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
TRICHLOROETHYLENE
cross reference: TRICHLOROETHENE
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
TRICHLOROPHENOL
Schedule 6
Appendix F, Part 3
TRICHODERMA HARZIANUM
Appendix B, Part 3
TRICHODESMA AFRICANA
Schedule 10
TRICLABENDAZOLE
Schedule 6
TRICLOFOS
Schedule 4
TRICLOPYR
Schedule 6
TRICLOSAN
Schedule 6
TRICYCLAMOL
Schedule 4
TRIDEMORPH         
Schedule 6
TRIDIHEXETHYL
Schedule 4
TRIDIPHANE
Schedule 5
TRIETAZINE
Schedule 5
TRIETHANOLAMINE
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
Appenidx E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
TRIETHYL PHOSPHATE
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
TRIETHYLENE GLYCOL
Appendix B, Part 3
TRIFLOXYSTROBIN
Schedule 5
TRIFLOXYSULFURON      
Appendix B, Part 3
TRIFLUMIZOLE
Schedule 5
TRIFLUMURON      
Schedule 5
TRIFLUOPERAZINE
Schedule4
Appendix K
TRIFLUOROMETHANESULFONIC ACID
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
TRIFLUPERIDOL
Schedule 4
TRIFLUPROMAZINE
Schedule 4
TRIFLURALIN
Appendix B, Part 3
TRIFORINE
Appendix B, Part 3
TRIISOPROPANOLAMINE LAURYL ETHER SULFATE
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
TRILOSTANE
Schedule 4
TRIMEPRAZINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix K
TRIMETAPHAN
Schedule 4
TRIMETHOPRIM
Schedule 4
TRIMIPRAMINE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
TRIMUSTINE           
Schedule 4
TRINEXAPAC-ETHYL
Schedule 5
TRINITROPHENOL
Schedule 6
Schedule 4
TRIOXYSALEN
Schedule 4
TRIPARANOL
Schedule 10
TRIPELENNAMINE
Schedule 4
TRIPLE ANTIGEN VACCINE
Schedule 4
TRIPROLIDINE
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
Schedule 2
Appendix K
TRIPTORELIN
Schedule 4
TRISODIUM NITRILOTRIACETATE
Schedule 6
TRITICONAZOLE
Schedule 5
TROGLITAZONE
Schedule 4
TROMETAMOL
Schedule 4
TROPICAMIDE
Schedule 4
TROPISETRON
Schedule 4
TROVAFLOXACIN
Schedule 4
TROXIDONE
Schedule 4
TRYPTOPHAN
Schedule 4
TUAMINOHEPTANE
Schedule 2
TUBERCULIN
Schedule 4
TUBOCURARINE    
Schedule 4
TULATHROMYCIN
Schedule 4
TULOBUTEROL
Schedule 4
TURPENTINE OIL
cross reference: OIL OF TURPENTINE
Schedule 5
Appendix E, Part 2
TUSSILAGO FARFARA
cross reference: COLTSFOOT
Schedule 10
TYLOSIN
Schedule 4
TYMAZOLINE
Schedule 4
Appendix F, Part 3
TYPHOID VACCINE           
Schedule 4
U
ULOCLADIUM OUDEMANSII
Appendix B, Part 3
UMECLIDINIUM
Schedule 4
UNOPROSTONE
Schedule 4
URACIL
Schedule 4
URAPIDIL
Schedule 4
UREA
Appendix B, Part 3
URETHANE
Schedule 4
UROFOLLITROPIN
cross reference: FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE, HUMAN
Schedule 4
Appendix D, Item 1
UROKINASE
Schedule 4
URSODEOXYCHOLIC ACID
Schedule 4
USTEKINUMAB
Schedule 4
V
VACCINES
Schedule 4
VACCINIA VIRUS VACCINE
Schedule 4
VALACICLOVIR
Schedule 4
VALDECOXIB
Schedule 4
VALGANCICLOVIR
Schedule 4
VALNOCTAMIDE
Schedule 4
VALPROIC ACID
Schedule 4
VALSARTAN
Schedule 4
VAMIDOTHION
Schedule 6
VANCOMYCIN
Schedule 4
VANDETANIB
Schedule 4
VARDENAFIL
Schedule 4
VARENICLINE
Schedule 4
VARICELLA VACCINE
Schedule 4
VASOPRESSIN
Schedule 4
VECURONIUM
Schedule 4
VEDAPROFEN
Schedule 4
VEDOLIZUMAB
Schedule 4
VELAGLUCERASE ALFA
Schedule 4
VEMURAFENIB       
Schedule 4
VENLAFAXINE
Schedule 4
VERAPAMIL
Schedule 4
VERATRUM 
Schedule 4
VERNAKALANT
Schedule 4
VERNOLATE
Schedule 5
VERTEPORFIN
Schedule 4
VETIVER OIL
Appendix B, Part 3
VIDARABINE           
Schedule 4
VIGABATRIN          
Schedule 4
VILANTEROL
Schedule 4
VILDAGLIPTIN
Schedule 4
VILOXAZINE
Schedule 4
VINBLASTINE
Schedule 4
VINCAMINE
Schedule 4
VINCLOZOLIN
Schedule 6
Appendix F, Part 3
VINCRISTINE
Schedule 4
VINDESINE  
Schedule 4
VINFLUNINE
Schedule 4
VINORELBINE
Schedule 4
VINYL CHLORIDE
Schedule 7
Appendix J, Part 2
VINYL ETHER
Schedule 4
VIRGINIAMYCIN   
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
VISMODEGIB
Schedule 4
VISNADINE  
Schedule 4
VITAMIN A
Schedule 4
VITAMIN D
cross reference: COLECALCIFEROL, ERGOCACIFEROL
Schedule 4
Schedule 3
VITAMIN K
cross reference: PHYTOMENADIONE
Appendix B, Part 3
VITREOUS ENAMELS        
Appendix A
VORICONAZOLE
Schedule 4
VORINOSTAT
Schedule 4
VORTIOXETINE
Schedule 4
W
WALLBOARD
cross reference: TIMBER
Appendix A
WARFARIN  
Schedule 6
Schedule 5
Schedule 4
WRITING CORRECTION PENS
Appendix A
X
XAMOTEROL
Schedule 4
XANTHINOL NICOTINATE          
Schedule 4
XANTHOPHYLL
cross reference: LUTEIN
Appendix B, Part 3
XIMELAGATRAN   
Schedule 4
XIPAMIDE
Schedule 4
XYLANASE derived from Aspergillus niger
Appendix B, Part 3
XYLAZINE   
Schedule 4
XYLENE
cross reference: TOLUENE
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
XYLOMETAZOLINE          
Schedule 2
Appendix F, Part 3
Y
YLANG YLANG OIL
Appendix B, Part 3
YOHIMBINE
cross reference: ASPIDOSPERMA QUEBRACHO     
Schedule 4
Z
(Z)-9-TRICOSENE
cross reference: TRICOSENE
Appendix B, Part 3
ZAFIRLUKAST
Schedule 4
ZALCITABINE
Schedule 4
ZALEPLON
Schedule 4
ZANAMIVIR
Schedule 4
ZERANOL
Schedule 6
Schedule4
ZETA-CYPERMETHRIN    
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
ZIDOVUDINE
Schedule 4
ZILPATEROL
Schedule 4
ZIMELDINE
Schedule 4
ZINC BORATE
Schedule 6
ZINC CHLORIDE
Schedule4
Appendix E, Part 2
ZINC COMPOUNDS
Schedule 4
ZINC NAPHTHENATE
Appendix B, Part 3
ZINC para-PHENOLSULFONATE 
Schedule 6
ZINC SULFATE
Schedule 6
Appendix E, Part 2
Appendix F, Part 3
ZINEB
cross reference: DITHIOCARBAMATES, MANCOZEB, PROPINEB, THIRAM
Schedule 5
ZIPRASIDONE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
ZIRAM
Schedule 7
Schedule 6
ZOLAZEPAM           
Schedule 4
ZOLEDRONIC ACID          
Schedule 4
ZOLMITRIPTAN
Schedule 4
ZOLPIDEM
Schedule4
Appendix K
ZONISAMIDE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
ZOPICLONE
Schedule 4
Appendix K
ZOXAZOLAMINE
Schedule 4
ZUCLOPENTHIXOL           
Schedule 4
 
 
 
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