Update – 26 AUGUST 2020
This consultation closed on the 30 June 2020.
Attachment W – Meat at Stalls is intended to be used as part of the Dual Operator Butchers RMP Template. It is a minor amendment.
A summary of submissions is available. The RMP operators resource toolkit has also been updated. Four new forms have been added that can be used by operators using Attachment W – Meat at Stalls to record details of their RMP.
Meat at Stalls Attachment W [PDF, 284 KB]
Summary of submissions [PDF, 211 KB]
RMP operator resource toolkit [DOCX, 490 KB]
Background to this consultation
MPI sought feedback on the proposed document: Attachment W – Meat at Stalls "add on" to risk management programme template for dual operator butchers.
Attachment W – Meat at Stalls was developed to assist dual operator butchers (DOBs) who are either:
- currently using the food safety programme template "Meat at Stalls", or
- wanting to cook regulated meat at a stall.
Attachment W was intended to be completed by butchers and incorporated into their risk management programme template for dual operator butchers (DOB RMP template). The incorporation of Attachment W into the DOB RMP template was a minor amendment. The incorporation of Attachment W would be checked by the respective verifier on the next audit visit.
DRAFT: Risk Management Programme for Dual Operator Butchers: Attachment W – Meat at Stalls [PDF, 621 KB]
Current RMP template for dual operator butchers [PDF, 437 KB]
Submissions are public information
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