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PROJECT NUMBER • 2002-401
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Pilot project to determine the effectiveness of FoodSafe Plus as a tool in meeting FSANZ Food Safety Standards

The project demonstrated that businesses that comply with FoodSafe Plus have work practices that will conform to the Australian Seafood Standard and thus comply with their responsibilities under the mandatory Food Safety Standards. Although the project was to introduce a food safety program to...
ORGANISATION:
Western Australian Fishing Industry Council Inc (WAFIC)
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2002-231
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Occupational health and safety national extension strategy

All states have an OHS Code, which contains three parts. Part 1 addresses the legal requirements of workplace and marine safety legislation. Part 2 addresses generic OHS requirements across all fisheries. Part 3 outlines the basis for a vessel safety management plan. Workshops outlining the OHS Code...
ORGANISATION:
Western Australian Fishing Industry Council Inc (WAFIC)
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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)
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2000-234
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

National commercial fishing industry response to changes to the USL code

In the drafting of the new national safety standards, ASIC considered it an imperative that the industry's interests should be acknowledged and not dominated by other and perhaps more vocal sectors of the broader maritime industry. ASIC sought therefore to instigate a process that would result in a...
ORGANISATION:
Western Australian Fishing Industry Council Inc (WAFIC)
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PROJECT NUMBER • 1998-361
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Development of severe weather and tropical cyclone education video

Given the tragic history of the results of cyclones off the WA coast with specific regard to the commercial fishing industry, there is now as part of the Master Class 5 syllabus, a tropical cyclone short course for Uniform Shipping Laws Certificates of Competency and a stand alone optional...
ORGANISATION:
Western Australian Fishing Industry Council Inc (WAFIC)
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