You do not need a licence to remove fibro from houses, but you should be familiar with asbestos regulations. Check what these are with your local council.
Read the safety checklist below before you start working:
do not use power tools. Asbestos fibres can be released if power tools are used for anything other than the removal of screws.
do not waterblast or scrub with a stiff broom. It is illegal to waterblast asbestos cement products. If the material has been accidentally waterblasted, or has suddenly deteriorated in some way, you will need to call a licensed asbestos removal contractor.
wet gently with water if you need to. If hand sanding fibro sheets before painting, wet gently with water to minimise any release of fibres. Remember do not waterblast. Be careful when on roofs, as asbestos sheets are brittle and slippery when wet.
avoid drilling around the roof area. Do not drill holes through eaves, flues or vents. Never cut into a fibro sheet. Instead remove the entire sheet and replace it with a non-asbestos product.
let people know. Talk it over with those who may be affected by the removal and disposal of your fibro, such as neighbours.
cover up. You should wear disposable coveralls and an appropriate mask if you are in the working area. Make sure your mask has two straps to hold it firmly in place. Don't use masks that only have one.
don't drop fibro sheets. Remove asbestos sheets carefully. Lower, don't drop them, to the ground.