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Renew a Factory Registration

If your factory is under renewable registration or Major Hazard Installation (MHI) registration, you need to renew your Certificate of Registration (CR) or Certificate of MHI registration every 5 years.

At a glance

When to renew
  • Non-MHIs: At least 1 month before the renewable CR expires.
  • MHIs: At least 6 months before MHI CR expires.
Who can apply Company representative or authorised third party.
How much it costs
  • Non-MHIs: $45 to $1,170 depending on the number of workers employed.
  • MHIs: $4,550 to $12,800, depending on the class of MHI and the quantity of dangerous substances stored or processed.
How long it takes
  • Non-MHIs:1 month.
  • MHIs: 6 months
Validity 5 years.
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How to renew

For non-MHI

To apply for renewal:

  1. Log in to LicenceOne and fill in the application.
  2. Upload the process hazard analysis (PHA) document.
  3. Pay the fee through LicenceOne.
  4. Print the factory certificate and acknowledgement page. Please note down the application number for future enquiries. The application number starts with “R” and is followed by 10 digits.

When you renew your CR, we will check your factory's PHA, such as the hazard and operability analysis (HAZOP) and failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA).

For MHI

To apply for renewal:

  1. Log in to LicenceOne and fill in the application.
  2. Upload the MHI assessment Form.
  3. Pay the fee through LicenceOne after you receive the fee notice via email. It could take up to 6 months for you to receive the email.
  4. Print the Certificate of MHI Registration and acknowledgement page. Note down the application number for future enquiries. The application number starts with “R” and is followed by 10 digits.

You need to review, and if necessary, revise your safety case at least once every 5 years. If required, the safety case will need to be submitted by the date to be determined and informed by the Commissioner. Otherwise, the Certificate of MHI Registration may be revoked, suspended or cancelled.

Find out how to prepare the safety case.