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Monday, May 14, 2012

Australian seafood emergency plan

Responding to emergencies promptly and appropriately is key to limiting their impact. 

With this is mind, Seafood Services Australia has put into practice a
plan to deal with emergency seafood situations such as food spoilage and contamination. 
The plan includes a framework so that national and state organisations are able to reposnd in a unified way.

The Seafood Incident Response Plan was developed  in consultation with industry and governments and aims to:
  • provide a proactive, easy-to-follow response to adverse incidents in the seafood industry
  • maintain Australia’s reputation as a provider of safe, high-quality seafood to its customers
  • strengthen consumer confidence in Australian seafood.

 The plan includes a framework so that national and state organisations are able to respond in a unified way.  

This blog is written by staff at International Aquafeed Magazine which is published and supported by Perendale Publishers Limited. To get your copy of PPL's web application, 'PPLAPP' click here.

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