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Applying for and renewing a servicing licence
To test and verify measuring instruments used for trade, you must hold a current servicing licence.
To find out more about the requirements, read about servicing licensees.
To apply for or renew a servicing licence, you must:
- pay the application fees (email email@example.com to request an invoice)
- complete and submit the Servicing licensee application and renewal form
- provide a National Police Check that is less than 12 months old for all directors and partners of the business (apply online through your state police website or in person at your local police station)
- provide copies of all current Regulation 13 certificates for your reference standards
- provide details about your quality management system using these templates:
We will not commence your licence application until you have paid all fees and may take up to 28 days to make a decision.
We grant servicing licences for up to 3 years.
The application fees you pay depends on:
- whether it is a new application or renewal
- the number of verifiers
- the number of instrument classes
- the number of years (up to 3 years)
- $643 for a new application (paid once)
- $707 per year for 1 verifier
- $1092 per year for 2 to 10 verifiers
- $2634 per year for 11 to 50 verifiers
- $4562 per year for 51 to 100 verifiers
- $7453 per year for 101 verifiers or more
- $161 for each instrument class when you’re applying for multiple instrument classes
The fee for a new servicing licence, based on 12 verifiers licenced in 3 instrument categories over 2 years:
- $643 for a new application
- $5268 ($2634 per year for 12 verifiers)
- $483 for the 3 instruments categories
- totals $6394
To request an invoice, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1300 686 664 and select option 2.
- Find out more about servicing licensees
- Find out more about verifying measuring instruments used for trade
- Learn more about the National Measurement Institute
- Email email@example.com
- Phone 1300 686 664 and select option 2
- National Measurement Institute
Last updated: 8 December 2020
Content ID: 52618