Waiver period extended for eligible veterinary active constituent applications
For those veterinary active constituent applications which meet the scope of the vet actives project, we have extended the period to waive, partially waive or refund fees associated with Item 17 and 18 applications until the end of June 2017.
For more information please contact the Veterinary Actives team via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +61 2 6210 4984.
Globally harmonized system of classification and labelling
The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling (GHS) for agvet chemical products is a single internationally agreed system of chemical classification and hazard communication through labelling and safety data sheets.
The work health and safety legislation requires that, from 1 January 2017, all agvet chemical products be labelled in accordance with the GHS. This includes statements relating to the intrinsic hazards of the product, in addition to relevant label particulars required by the APVMA.
For more information, visit our website.
Our office will be closed from 5 pm AEDT Friday 23 December 2016, and will re-open for business on Tuesday 3 January 2017.
The website and APVMA online services will be available, however we will not respond to phone and email queries during this period.
For urgent enquiries please contact Stefanie Janiec, the Chief Operating Officer, on 0409 489 794.
We would like to wish all of you a happy and safe holiday season—see you in 2017!
Help and assistance
Reminder—open for public consultation
Imported Food section update
Imported Food Notice 21-16 has been published to advise of changes to the inspection and analysis of fish and fish products for histamine.
Imported Food Notice 22-16 has been published to advise about upcoming changes to the analysis of uncooked slow dry cured ready-to-eat ham.
Imported Food Notice 23-16 has been published to advise about upcoming changes to the profile questions that apply to cooked crustaceans.
Imported Food Notice 24-16 has been published to advise that the department has commenced a period of public consultation as part of the review of the Imported Food Control Regulations.
These notices can be accessed via the following link: