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Notes from the Responsible Fishing Ports Scheme Oversight Board meeting on 4 June 2018.
A list of the Responsible Fishing Ports Scheme Oversight Board and Technical Committee members
Notes from the Responsible Fishing Ports Scheme Oversight Board meeting on 10 July 2017.
Notes from the Responsible Fishing Ports Scheme Oversight Board meeting on 6 February 2018.
A template Memorandum of Understanding which can be used by applicants to the Responsible Fishing Ports Scheme (RFPS). It identified organisations committed to working together to achieve RFPS certification.
Notes from the inaugural meeting of the Responsible Fishing Ports Scheme Oversight Board on 26 January 2016.
An initial review of developments, implications and practical responses from industry and Seafish.
Noroviruses are a group of viruses that are the most common cause of gastroenteritis or stomach bugs, often referred to as the ‘winter vomiting virus’. Food borne transmission via bivalve shellfish (mainly contaminated raw oysters) is one (but the least likely) way of contracting norovirus. The number of people in the UK who contract norovirus from eating live bivalve molluscs is very small and numbers are not increasing. This fact sheet looks specifically at the harvesting of live bivalve molluscs, routes of norovirus contamination and treatment options available to reduce contamination levels.
Bivalve molluscs are one of the only foods normally delivered to the consumer alive. This, and the fact that bivalve molluscs can selectively retain contaminants that are harmful to human health, means controls are in place to mitigate against potential contamination. A good understanding of the controls and how the animals respond to various handling regimes can lead to safer seafood being delivered to market. To ensure best practice guidelines are followed Seafish has produced a series of industry guidance notes for fishers and shellfish farmers. This fact sheet on Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning (ASP) covers: what is ASP, the symptoms, algal toxins, the legislative framework, controls in place, how the samples are tested, what harvesters should be doing and sources of further information. Revised October 2011.
This report presents the findings of the sixth Seafish quaterly survey of recruitment in the seafood processing sector.
This guidance document explains the responsibilities of the food business operator as regards end product testing of live bivalve molluscs.