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    The Good Practice Guide to Handling and Storing Live Crustacea

    Seafish has an ongoing programme to produce good manufacturing practice guidelines (GMP) for the fishing and related industries. These GMP guidelines have been produced for commercial operatives engaged in handling and storing live crustacea within the United Kingdom. They aim to help businesses achieve high standards of operation by encouraging practices that ensure product safety, product quality, and efficient use of resources. The advice has been produced in collaboration with the industry and appropriate regulators. The guidelines are relevant to sectors that handle live crustacea from capture to the point of dispatch (primary producers). They cover activities aboard vessels, at live holding premises ashore and during ‘vivier’ transportation.
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    SIPF D123_Future Management of Brown Crab in UK and Ireland

    This study (SIPF Project D123) looks at the merits of the various tools and systems used elsewhere to manage sectors involved with Brown Crab fisheries, such as; access restrictions, pot limitations, shellfish licences and permits, quotas and TACs, Minimum Landing Sizes and gear technology, and considers their utility in managing Brown Crab stocks in UK and Ireland.
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    Environmental Management Systems - A Fisheries Perspective

    This report discusses environmental management systems in the context of fisheries to evaluate their utility to achieve the same aims. The findings indicate that the fishing industry contain the requisite elements (suitable management structures and the ability to collect relevant information) that would enable them to operate such systems.
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    Legislative Requirements for the Disposal of Seafood Waste

    EU legislation on the disposal of animal by-products has and will continue to have major implications for the seafood industry. One effect of particular concern has been the ban on the use of landfill as a disposal route for most animal by-products and the additional inclusion of shell from shellfish as an animal by-product. To address industry concerns and develop a way forward Seafish established a Waste Working Group in April 2004 which brought together the various sectors of the seafood industry, the waste disposal and utilisation industries and industry regulators.
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    Seafish Annual Plan 2017-2018

    Our Annual Plan is taken from our 2015-18 Corporate Plan and details the programmes of work we will deliver in 2017/18 . The Plan sets out the costs associated with our work programmes as well as our Key Performance Indicators for the year.
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    Seafish Delivery Report 2015-16

    Delivery Report for 2015-16
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    Good Manufacturing Practice: Guidelines for Nephrops Fishermen

    These guidelines provide advice to Nephrop fishermen on good manufacturing practice (G.M.P.). Their purpose is to help fishermen to comply with food law and to secure a better return for their products. This includes ensuring food safety, maximizing product quality and meeting the needs of the market. Whilst these guidelines contain helpful technical information some of the legislative content may now be out of date.
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    Delivery Report 2012-2015

    The Seafish Delivery Report 2012-2015 looks back at performance against KPIs over the previous period and contains details of case studies and key achievements.
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    Kingfisher Fortnightly Bulletin Issue 03 2011 Wind renewables

    News of offshore activities for the Oil & Gas, Subsea Cable and Wind Farm industries
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    Good Manufacturing Practice Guidance - Shellfish Cooking

    This document provides guidance to seafood processors on good manufacturing practice (GMP) for shellfish cooking ashore. Its purpose is to help both small and larger businesses produce safe, high quality products. It is targeted at the needs of processors carrying out basic cooking operations.
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    The Good Practice Guide for Pelagic Fishermen

    This booklet has been produced for fishermen who are engaged in the capture of pelagic species from fisheries around the UK and the EU. The booklet is intended as a guide for the pelagic catching sector, regarding applicable UK and EU regulations concerning food safety. It has been compiled in accordance with the recommendations as prescribed in Regulation 852/2004/EC on the Hygiene of Foodstuffs (Articles 7 and 8) which provide for the development of national guides to good hygiene practice. Primarily fishermen, but also food businesses and industry stakeholders, can use these guides as an aid to compliance with food safety regulations.
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    ILO Work in Fishing Convention 188. What it means for the UK fishing industry and those operating in UK waters. July 2019

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) Work in Fishing Convention 188 is a global labour standard to ensure fishers have minimum standards and decent conditions of work on board all fishing vessels. It sets responsibilities for owners, skippers and fishers, regardless of their employment status. The Convention establishes minimum requirements for work on board; conditions of service; accommodation and food; occupational safety and health protection; medical care and social security. The UK ratified the Convention in January 2019. This will impact on all aspects of living and working conditions on UK fishing vessels, wherever those vessels are operating. It will also apply to fishing vessels (that are not UK registered vessels) operating in UK waters. The new provisions will be phased in, but many of them applied in the UK from 30 December 2018. This briefing note provides an overview of what is covered by the new legislation and what changes this will bring about. The new legislative requirements have been split into those covering health and safety and those covering working conditions. There is also guidance on where to look for further information.