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Publish Date

09 October 2020

Purpose

The purpose of this procedure is to describe:

(a) the principles of operation, design features and standards required for fumigation chambers and facilities; and

(b) the responsibilities and actions of personnel;

that apply to the certification of methyl bromide fumigation of produce under an Interstate Certification Assurance (ICA) arrangement.

Scope

Scope

This procedure covers all certification of methyl bromide fumigation by a Business operating under an ICA arrangement in New South Wales.

Disease: Fruit fly and other plant pests

Product: Fruit and fruiting vegetables, food producing plants and ornamentals

Location: Businesses operating in areas of NSW where the requirements specified are a condition of entry of an interstate quarantine authority.

This procedure does not abrogate or override the responsibility of licensed fumigators to comply with the legislative requirements as prescribed in the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation 2001.

Certification under this procedure may not fulfil all quarantine entry conditions for all produce to interstate markets. It is the responsibility of the consigning business to ensure compliance with all applicable quarantine requirements.

Not all ICA Operational Procedures are Accepted by all states and territories of Australia.

Some interstate markets may require additional quarantine certification as a condition of entry. It is the responsibility of the business entering into an ICA arrangement to ensure compliance with all applicable quarantine requirements.

Publish Date

21 July 2017

Purpose

The purpose of this procedure is to describe:

  • the principles of operation and standards required; and
  • the responsibilities and practices of personnel;

that apply to the certification of mature green condition and immature green condition of pawpaw and babaco for fruit fly under an Interstate Certification Assurance (ICA) arrangement.

Scope

This procedure covers all certification of mature green condition and immature green condition of papaw and babaco from Businesses operating under an Interstate Certification Assurance arrangement in Northern Territory.

This procedure is applicable to:

  • Businesses certifying mature green condition of defective flower end-type papaws prior to fumigation with methyl bromide; or
  • Businesses certifying mature green condition of papaws (other than defective flower end-type papaws) and babacos as a condition of entry of an interstate quarantine authority for Queensland fruit fly; or
  • Businesses certifying immature green condition of papaws as a condition of entry of an interstate quarantine authority for Queensland fruit fly.

Not all ICA Operational Procedures are Accepted by all states and territories of Australia.

Some interstate markets may require additional quarantine certification as a condition of entry. It is the responsibility of the business entering into an ICA arrangement to ensure compliance with all applicable quarantine requirements.

Publish Date

22 November 2018

Purpose

The purpose of this procedure is to describe:

(a) the principles of operation, design features and standards required for fumigation chambers and facilities; and

(b) the responsibilities and actions of personnel

that apply to the certification of methyl bromide fumigation of produce under an Interstate Certification Assurance (ICA) arrangement.

Scope

This procedure covers all certification of methyl bromide fumigation by an Accredited Certifier operating under an Interstate Certification Assurance arrangement in Queensland.

This procedure covers the requirements for fruit fly and other plant pests where the requirements in Section 6 Requirement are a specified condition of entry of an interstate quarantine authority.

This procedure does not abrogate or override the responsibility of licensed fumigators to comply with the legislative requirements as prescribed in the Health (Drugs and Poisons) Regulation 1996 and Work Place Health and Safety Act 1995.

Not all ICA Operational Procedures are Accepted by all states and territories of Australia.

Some interstate markets may require additional quarantine certification as a condition of entry. It is the responsibility of the business entering into an ICA arrangement to ensure compliance with all applicable quarantine requirements.

Publish Date

27 July 2000

Purpose

The purpose of this procedure is to describe:

  • the principles of operation and standards required; and
  • the responsibilities and practices of personnel;

that apply to the certification of mature green condition and immature green condition of papaw and babaco for fruit fly under an Interstate Certification Assurance (ICA) arrangement.

Scope

This procedure covers all certification of mature green condition and immature green condition of papaw and babaco from businesses operating under an Interstate Certification Assurance arrangement in Queensland.

This procedure is applicable to:

  • Businesses certifying mature green condition of defective flower end-type papaws prior to fumigation with methyl bromide; or
  • Businesses certifying mature green condition of papaws (other than defective flower end-type papaws) and babacos as a condition of entry of an interstate quarantine authority for Queensland fruit fly; or
  • Businesses certifying immature green condition of papaws as a condition of entry of an interstate quarantine authority for Queensland fruit fly.

Not all ICA Operational Procedures are Accepted by all states and territories of Australia.

Some interstate markets may require additional quarantine certification as a condition of entry. It is the responsibility of the business entering into an ICA arrangement to ensure compliance with all applicable quarantine requirements.

Publish Date

25 May 2015

Purpose

The purpose of this procedure is to describe:

  • the principles of operation, design features and standards required for fumigation chambers and facilities; and
  • the responsibilities and actions of personnel;

that apply to the certification of methyl bromide fumigation of produce under an Interstate Certification Assurance arrangement.

 

Scope

This procedure covers all certification of methyl bromide fumigation by a business operating under an Interstate Certification Assurance arrangement in South Australia.

This procedure covers the requirements for fruit fly and other plant pests and is applicable to:

  • Businesses operating within a Fruit Fly Quarantine Area; or
  • Businesses operating outside a Fruit Fly Quarantine Area where the requirements specified in Section 6 Requirements are a specified condition of entry of and interstate quarantine authority; or
  • All other quarantine pests of economic importance.

This procedure does not abrogate or override the responsibility of licensed fumigators to comply with the legislative requirements as prescribed in the Controlled Substances Act 1984 and The Occupational Health Safety and Welfare Act.

Information on intrastate and interstate quarantine requirements can be obtained from the Plant Health Operations website at www.pir.sa.gov.au/ica or by phoning 08 8168 5200.

Not all ICA Operational Procedures are Accepted by all states and territories of Australia.

Some interstate markets may require additional quarantine certification as a condition of entry. It is the responsibility of the business entering into an ICA arrangement to ensure compliance with all applicable quarantine requirements.

Publish Date

05 March 2020

Purpose

The purpose of this procedure is to describe:

  • the principles of operation, design features and standards required for fumigation chambers and facilities
  • the responsibilities and actions of personnel

that apply to the certification of produce fumigated under an Interstate Certification Assurance (ICA) arrangement.

Scope

This procedure covers all certification of methyl bromide fumigation by a business operating under an ICA arrangement.

This procedure covers the requirements of plant and plant material for quarantine treatment for Queensland fruit fly and other pests, where the requirements are a specified condition of entry of an interstate quarantine authority and/or intrastate markets.

This procedure does not override the responsibility of fumigators to comply with chemical use obligations and relevant occupational health and safety legislation.

Certification of fumigation under this procedure may not be an accepted quarantine entry condition for all produce to all intrastate or interstate markets.

Not all ICA Operational Procedures are accepted by all states and territories of Australia.

Some intrastate or interstate markets may require additional plant health certification for other pests and diseases as a condition of entry. It is the responsibility of the business entering into an ICA arrangement to ensure compliance with all applicable quarantine requirements.

Information on interstate quarantine requirements can be obtained from a local Agriculture Victoria Officer or the plant quarantine service in the destination state or territory.

Publish Date

12 November 2018

Purpose

The purpose of this procedure is to describe:

  • the principles of operation, design features and standards required for fumigation chambers and facilities; and
  • the responsibilities and actions of personnel;

that apply to the certification of methyl bromide fumigation of produce under an Interstate Certification Assurance (ICA) arrangement.

Scope

This procedure covers all certification of methyl bromide fumigation by a business operating under an Interstate Certification Assurance arrangement in Western Australia. This procedure covers the requirements for fruit fly and other plant pests and is applicable to:

Businesses operating inside areas where the requirements specified in Section 6 Requirement are a specified condition of entry of and interstate quarantine authority.

This procedure does not abrogate or override the responsibility of licensed fumigators to comply with the legislative requirements as prescribed in the Health (Pesticides) Regulations 1956 and the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984.

Not all ICA Operational Procedures are accepted by all states and territories of Australia.

Some interstate markets may require additional quarantine certification as a condition of entry. It is the responsibility of the business entering into an ICA arrangement to ensure compliance with all applicable quarantine requirements.

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