Cracker night could soon be a thing of the past.
Fireworks in Tasmania are regulated under the Explosive Regulations 2012 Act.
A Department of Justice spokesperson said a revised framework provided additional restrictions on type two fireworks from March 1, 2018.
"The Explosives Regulations 2012 are due to be reviewed in 2022," the spokesperson said.
"Consultation will occur with the public and industry stakeholders prior to the regulations being made."
A government spokesperson said they would not be pre-empting the outcomes of the review.
"We will closely consider any recommendations and respond accordingly," the spokesperson said.
"Anyone using fireworks in Tasmania must comply with our strict regulations to ensure they are used safely, including the requirement to obtain a permit."
Following an earlier review in 2016, then Building and Construction Minister Adam Brooks announced the government would not ban cracker night.
"The Tasmanian government does not believe it should take on the role of being the fun police," Mr Brooks said at that time.
It is understood his department had recommended an effective ban.
Shadow Consumer Affairs Minister Jen Butler said Labor would await the outcome of any review of current firework regulation before determining a position on any proposed changes.
"We know that Tasmanians have a fond tradition of 'Cracker Night' and it is critical that people can enjoy this and other events safely," Ms Butler said.
On Saturday morning, a North-West Coast man could not be revived after being struck by a firework on a property at Birralee.
A police spokesperson said a report would be prepared for a coroner. "This report will include details in relation to the fireworks."