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Virtually no occupational exposure standards specify the level of risk for the prescribed exposure, and most occupational exposure limits are not based on quantitative risk assessment (QRA) at all. Wider use of QRA could improve understanding of occupational risks while increasing focus on identifying exposure concentrations conferring acceptably low levels(More)
1.2 GBRMPA recommends proponents and interest groups discuss initial concepts, designs, alternatives and potential mitigation of impacts for any proposed activity or development which may impact on the GBRMP and require a permit (Scoping phase). Some developments may be referred or assessed under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act(More)
Background The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (the Authority) was established under the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Act 1975 (the GBRMP Act) to manage the Marine Park, advise the Minister in relation to the Marine Park, conduct research and provide educational, advisory and informational services relating to the Marine Park. The Authority(More)
The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is widely recognised as one of the best managed marine areas in the world. Almost the entire Great Barrier Reef ecosystem is included within the Marine Park which extends over 2300 kilometres along the coast of Queensland, covering some 344,400 square kilometres. 2 Coastal ecosystems in and adjacent to the Great Barrier(More)
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