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PROJECT NUMBER • 1999-351
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Australian prawn industry quality standard: development of a third party audited seafood industry quality standard for prawn vessels and processors incorporating food safety standards

APPA’s aim was to improve the image and value of Australian sea-caught prawns in international markets. In order to achieve this, the industry must ensure that it processes and offers consistent high quality and high value food. The customers must be able to recognise and reward the high...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Prawn Promotion Association (APPA)
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2018-068
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Non-market values to inform decision-making and reporting in fisheries and aquaculture – an audit and gap analysis

This study examined the issues around non-market values requirements and identified potential sources of robust and defensible estimates of key values, including those generally viewed as difficult to measure.   The project identified thirteen types of non-market values that fisheries and...
ORGANISATION:
Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
Adoption
PROJECT NUMBER • 2015-210
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

FRDC resource: Australian Fish Names Standard (AS 5300)

• Standards Australia audits have all been successful and FRDC operating procedures have been incorporated into the FNC operating procedures. • Steps have been taken by the FNC to ensure that the approved names in the Australian Fish Names Standard are in harmony with the names used in...
ORGANISATION:
Alan Snow Konsulting
People
PROJECT NUMBER • 2005-228
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

A pilot project conducted in the western rock lobster industry, to create a software audit tool for assessing occupational health and safety compliance with industry best practice on board a commercial fishing vessel

The Western Australian Fishing Industry Council has had a comprehensive health and safety code for use in the wild catch fishing industry in place since 1992. The OSH Code (hereafter referred to as the Code) was developed as a result of an increasing fatality and serious incident rate within the...
ORGANISATION:
Western Australian Fishing Industry Council Inc (WAFIC)
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2012-035
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Bio-Security Awareness Workshop

Queensland Aquaculture Industries Federation (Inc) (QAIF) represents the major land based aquaculture sectors in Australia. Members believe that as the industry grows in scale, geographical spread and develops breeding stock re distant from the original wild sector genetics, it is becoming more...
ORGANISATION:
Queensland Aquaculture Industries Federation
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