Department of Health

Schedule 7 substances requiring a permit

It would be necessary to hold a Victorian poisons permit to lawfully obtain the following substances when they are Schedule 7 poisons:

ACRYLONITRILE

ARSENIC when it is a Schedule 7 poison

BENZENE when it is a Schedule 7 poison

CACODYLIC ACID when it is a Schedule 7 poison

CYANIDES, METALLIC when they are Schedule 7 poisons.

DYES, including:

  • AZO DYES
  • BENZIDINE-BASED AZO DYES
  • BENZIDINE-CONGENER (3-3’-DISTRIBUTED) AZO DYES

1,2-DIBROMO-3-CHLOROPROPANE

4-DIMETHYLAMINOAZOBENZENE

FLUOROACETAMIDE when it is a Schedule 7 poison

FLUOROACETIC ACID (commonly known as “1080”) except when included in ready-to-use bait products that are registered by the APVMA

HYDROCYANIC ACID when it is a Schedule 7 poison

4,4’-METHYLENEBIS [2-CHLOROANILINE]

2-NITROTOLUENE for cosmetic use

STRYCHNINE when it is a Schedule 7 poison

THALLIUM when it is a Schedule 7 poison

VINYL CHLORIDE when it is a Schedule 7 poison.

Reviewed 03 November 2021

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Contact details

Postal address: Medicines and Poisons Regulation Department of Health GPO Box 4057 Melbourne VIC 3001

Medicines and Poisons Regulation Department of Health

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