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Fact sheets and brochures

Below is a range of materials to help raise awareness about chemical security which you can download, print and share with your networks.

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Translated factsheets and brochures

A range of materials are available in a variety of languages for you to download from the Translated factsheets and brochures page.

Businesses are invited to distribute these materials to their culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) employees.

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Training

Free online training about chemicals of security concern is available on the Australian Retailers Institute website. The training is designed to promote understanding of the National Code of Practice for Chemicals of Security Concern across all industry sectors.

A hard copy of this training is also available. To request a copy, email chemical.security@ag.gov.au.

Information for training providers is also available on request, email chemical.securty@ag.gov.au. This document was created to assist training providers in Australia educate employers and employees in industry and business dealing with chemicals of security concern to help prevent chemicals falling into the wrong hands and prevent terrorist acts. 

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Videos

Overview of Australia’s chemical security programme

This video provides advice to the community on how to help keep Australia safe from terrorism and encourages reporting of suspicious behaviour to the National Security Hotline.

Chemical security for business owners and executive managers

This video provides advice on how business owners and executive managers can help keep Australia safe from terrorism by highlighting tips from the National Code of Practice for Chemicals of Security Concern and encourages reporting of suspicious activity to the National Security Hotline.

Chemical security for employees

This video provides advice on how employees can help keep Australia safe from terrorism by highlighting tips from the National Code of Practice for Chemicals of Security Concern and encourages reporting of suspicious activity to the National Security Hotline.

Chemical security for wholesalers and transporters

This video provides advice on how wholesalers and transporters can help keep Australia safe from terrorism by highlighting tips from the National Code of Practice for Chemicals of Security Concern and encourages reporting of suspicious activity to the National Security Hotline.

Chemical security for agriculture and horticulture

This video provides advice on how the agriculture and horticulture sectors can help keep Australia safe from terrorism by highlighting tips from the National Code of Practice for Chemicals of Security Concern and encourages reporting of suspicious activity to the National Security Hotline.

Chemical security for university laboratories

This video provides advice on how managers in university laboratories can help keep Australia safe from terrorism by highlighting tips from the National Code of Practice for Chemicals of Security Concern and encourages reporting of suspicious activity to the National Security Hotline.

Chemical security for small business owners and managers

This video provides general advice to small business employers involved in the sale of chemicals of security concern. Train your staff to be chemical security aware.

Chemical security for employees

This video provides general advice to small business employees involved in the sale of chemicals of security concern. What are some suspicious behaviour to look out for? If you suspect it, report it to the National Security Hotline.

Chemical security in the community

This video provides general advice to the community about suspicious behaviour relating to chemicals of security concern. Trust your instincts—if you suspect it, report it to the National Security Hotline.

Chemicals of security concern training video for retailers and transporters

This video provides practical advice to anyone employed in the sale or transportation of chemicals of security concern. Learn about what unusual activities you should look out for, and what to do if you see something suspicious.

Launch of National Code of Practice for Chemicals of Security Concern video

This video highlights the dangers that commonly available chemicals can pose when used for unlawful purposes and the important role that businesses can play in helping to prevent chemicals finding their way into the hands of terrorists. The video was filmed at a demonstration exercise held by the Australian Federal Police in July 2013.

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Podcast

Chemical security podcast

Former Attorney-General Nicola Roxon, Superintendent John Stapleton then of NSW Police Counter-Terrorism Command and representatives from the Swimming Pool and Spa Association of NSW talk about the national security risks of everyday chemicals and urge members of the community to report suspicious activity to the National Security Hotline on 1800 123 400 to help protect Australia from terrorism.

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Links to our government partners

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