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Export risk based programs (RMP)

Risk Management Programmes are a legal requirement to meet the requirements of the Animal Products Act 1999 and affects all primary processors and some secondary processors of animal products (including meat, dairy and seafood).

SiS can develop and evaluate RMPs for a food business. The development extends from initial discussions and advice to development/drafting and final RMP registration with MPI.

SiS has personnel who are MPI approved evaluators for seafood RMPs. The evaluation process extends from initial document review through to an onsite visit, the evaluation of any validation requirements and the provision of a final accredited report.

SiS can also provide training in RMPs ranging from a familiarisation with RMPs to operator verification and day-to-day manager training. This training can lead to NZQA qualifications and Industry Training Organisation subsidies (subject to terms and conditions and upon application).

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