Note that all reference to threatened species on this page also include endangered populations.
This form may also be used to nominate a change to the current Serious and Irreversible Impacts (SAII) principles that a species is listed under. In addition, it may be used to provide feedback on a proposed update to a SAII species (or endangered population) listing on public display.
This nomination form consists of a series of questions to help you provide the information necessary to address the criteria for SAII listing. If additional information is required to support your nomination, you will be contacted to provide this.
Please also refer to the Guidance to assist a decision-maker in determining a serious and irreversible impact, section 9.1 of the Biodiversity Assessment Method and the department's SAII webpage for information on the SAII criteria and the current list of SAII entities.
This form is designed for species only. If you wish to nominate a threatened ecological community for addition, amendment to applicable principles, or removal from the published SAII list, please use the threatened ecological community nomination form.
Once the department receives a nomination that is adequately supported with evidence, it will be publicly displayed. The nomination and any feedback received during the public display period will be reviewed by the Science, Economics and Insights Division and an internal subject matter expert. If the decision is made that the threatened species does meet the criteria for listing as at risk of SAII or that its current listing needs to be changed, this will occur at the next biannual update to the list of entities. Changes are made to the list of entities based on the precautionary principle and the best available scientific information.
Accredited assessors and subscribing local government officers are notified when changes occur to the list.