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Queensland auditor handbook for contaminated land

The Queensland auditor handbook for contaminated land is the primary guideline for auditors and those seeking to become an auditor.

The handbook comprises the following modules, which also provide useful information to suitably qualified persons, landowners, developers and the general community.

Other resources for auditors

  1. Application for approval as an auditor for contaminated land (PDF, 175KB)
  2. Written notice to apply for mutual recognition as an auditor for contaminated land (PDF, 120KB)
  3. Auditor’s certification template (DOCX, 109KB)
    This template is to be used by any auditor to certify a contaminated land investigation document under s.389 of the Environmental Protection Act 1994 (EP Act).
  4. Auditor declaration template - ESR/2015/1860 (formerly EM1347) (DOCX, 103KB)
    This template is to be used by any auditor to make a declaration under s. 574C of the EP Act.
  5. Template for a support expert’s statement (DOCX, 105KB)
    This template is to be used by any support expert (engaged by an auditor to provide expert advice) to make a statement about specific matters which must accompany the auditor’s certification.
  6. Auditor’s notification form (PDF, 92KB)
    This form is to be used by any auditor to notify about a matter as required by the code of professional conduct for auditors.
  7. The Guideline: Duty to notify for contaminated land (PDF, 291KB).
  8. Template for giving written notice about a notifiable activity (DOCX, 180KB).
    This template is to be used by any auditor to notify about a notifiable activity being, or having been, carried out on land.
  9. Template for giving written notice about duty to notify of environmental harm under s.320 of the EP Act (DOCX, 118KB)
    This template is to be used by any auditor to notify of the risk of environmental harm.
  10. Form for Auditor Annual Reporting (DOCX, 128KB)
    This form is to be used by an auditor to submit annual reporting information under the code of professional conduct.
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Last updated
23 July 2018
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