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    Hygienic production of crocodile meat for human consumption

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF 1 User, PDF 3 Users, PDF 5 Users, PDF 9 Users

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  05-04-1998

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS 4467-1998 HYGIENIC PRODUCTION OF CROCODILE MEAT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION
    7 - CONTENTS
    9 - PREFACE
    11 - 1 SCOPE
    12 - 2 QUALITY PERFORMANCE STANDARDS
    13 - 3 DEFINITIONS
    15 - 4 QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAMS
    17 - PART A - CONSTRUCTION
    17 - 5 SITE AND SERVICES
    18 - 6 ANIMAL-HOLDING AND KILLING FACILITIES
    19 - 7 PREMISES CONSTRUCTION-GENERAL
    21 - 8 TRANSPORT-VEHICLE WASH AREAS
    22 - 9 DRAINAGE AND EFFLUENT
    23 - 10 HYGIENE AND SANITATION FACILITIES
    24 - 11 PROCESSING AREAS
    25 - 12 CHILLERS AND FREEZERS
    26 - 13 LOADING AREAS
    27 - 14 SKIN PREPARATION
    28 - 15 CLEANING FACILITIES
    29 - 16 STORAGE FACILITIES
    30 - 17 AMENITIES
    31 - 18 MAINTENANCE
    32 - PART B - HYGIENIC PRODUCTION
    32 - 19 OPERATIONAL HYGIENE REQUIREMENTS
    36 - 20 ANTE-MORTEM INSPECTION
    37 - 21 DISEASES AND CONDITIONS
    38 - 22 SLAUGHTER AND PROCESSING PROCEDURES
    41 - 23 GENERAL HYGIENE ON THE PROCESSING PLANT
    43 - 24 TRANSPORTATION OF CROCODILE MEAT
    44 - 25 REFERENCES
    45 - APPENDIX A - MICROBIOLOGICAL CRITERIA
    47 - APPENDIX B - POST-MORTEM OBSERVATIONS AND DISPOSITIONS
    51 - APPENDIX C - RESIDUE PERFORMANCE STANDARD

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    Sets out requirements for the construction and equipment and procedures of all premises where crocodiles are slaughtered and processed for the production of crocodile meat for human consumption. This Standard was developed by a technical subcommittee of the Standing Committee on Agriculture and Resource Management (SCARM) under the Agriculture and Resource Management Council of Australia and New Zealand (ARMCANZ). It is also known as SCARM Report 67.

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    Committee FT-021
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Current

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    First published as AS 4467-1998.

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