Seafood

​​​​The Primary Production and Processing (PPP) Standard for Seafood, developed by Food Standards Australia and New Zealand​, is an outcomes-based standard that sets the minimum standard for seafood food safety nationally.

Information on regulations

  Primary produce safety (seafood) regulations Information Sheet   (116Kb)

   Primary produce safety (seafood) regulations FAQs   (113Kb)​


Application for accreditation

  Application for accreditation as a Primary Producer   (67Kb)

  Fact Sheet - Primary Produce Safety Act 2011 - Accreditation Fees and Charges   (493Kb)


​Legislation

Primary Produce Safety Act 2011
Primary Produce Safety (Seafood) Regulations 2014


​Food Safety Plans and Food Safety Systems

The following Food Safety Plans are currently available:
The Tasmanian Government are cooperatively developing food safety plans and systems with a number of the seafood industry sectors to provide industry participants with a means of clearly demonstrating compliance with the PPP Seafood Standard.

Other industry sector-specific plans and systems, where appropriate, will be made available on this website once they have been completed.


Contact

Food Safety Program
Sheree Stonjek
PO Box 46
KINGS MEADOWS TAS 7249
Phone: 03 6777 2174, or 1300 368 550 (local call cost within Australia)
Fax: 03 6343 2833
Email: Sheree.Stonjek@dpipwe.tas.gov.au