The previous circular outlines minimum sampling frequencies for physico-chemical testing of potable process/drinking water. The table of frequencies is followed by a note requiring head office notification of when samples are to be taken.
Surveillance Of Potable Water In Meat And Game Export Premises
The various regulations promulgated under the Meat Act of 1981, including those relating to meat and game, require licensees of premises to provide potable water for processing. Managers must conduct regular microbiological, chemical and physical examination of their water supplies to ensure potability.
The purpose of this Operational Code, also known as Code of Practice 5 (CoP5), is to summarise the requirements relating to the hygienic handling of meat and the production of products fit for their intended purpose, as set out in animal product standards and related specifications issued under the Animal Products Act 1999, and to provide guidance about how to meet these requirements. This applies to farmed sheep, lambs, cattle, bobby calves, deer, goats, pigs, horses, camelids, ostriches and emus. It also applies to dressing of killed wild animals, game estate animals and farmed gone feral animals of these species.
Post-mortem dispositions - Red meat code of practice chapter 8
The purpose of this Notice is to facilitate market access and safeguard assurances provided by New Zealand by setting out general requirements that must be met in order for honey and other bee products to be eligible for export. In particular, this Notice specifies the following:
a) requirements for ensuring that bee products meet market access requirements; and
b) requirements for ensuring traceability through the export supply chain; and
c) definition for monofloral and multifloral mānuka honey and associated requirements.
Animal Products (Ante-mortem and Post-mortem Examination of Mammals, Ostriches and Emu Intended for Human Consumption) Notice 2015
Animal Products Notice: Ante-mortem and Post-mortem examination of Mammals, Ostrich and Emu Intended for Human Consumption is being issued and will replace the current Animal Products (Ante-mortem and Post-mortem examination of Mammals, Ostrich and Emu Intended for Human Consumption) Notice 2006.
Animal Products (Branding and Associated Requirements) Notice 2006
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Requirements for animal products and material intended for export, to meet the Official Assurance Specifications.
Animal Products (Export Requirement: Company Ante-Mortem and Post-Mortem Inspection) Notice 2013
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