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Proposed changes to the transitional facility standard for the identification of organisms

Update – 28 April 2022

Final transitional facility standard issued

Following this consultation that closed on 10 December 2021, MPI has issued the final transitional facility standard.

Final transitional facility standard [PDF, 257 KB]

Review of submissions [PDF, 257 KB]

Consultation background

Biosecurity New Zealand sought feedback on the proposal to revoke and replace the transitional facility standard for the identification of organisms.

The proposed new standard will improve clarity and reduce contradictions with other transitional facility standards.

Submissions recevied between 29 October and 10 December 2021.

Full details of the proposed changes were in the consultation documents.

Consultation documents

Draft Risk Management Proposal: Transitional Facility Standard: Identification of organisms [PDF, 348 KB]

Draft Facility Standard: Identification of organisms [PDF, 312 KB]

Related document

The current Standard for Transitional Facilities for the Identification of Organisms [PDF, 257 KB]

 

Submissions are public information

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