Proposal to harmonise minimum training and licensing requirements for occupational (fee-for-service) users of agvet chemicals
The Harmonised Agvet Chemicals Control of Use Task Group (HACCUT), formerly the Agvet Chemicals Task Group, released the draft proposal for consultation from 13 November to 22 December 2017. The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources facilitated consultation on behalf of HACCUT.
HACCUT received 15 submissions, most expressing in-principle support for the model harmonising minimum training and licensing requirements for occupational (fee-for-service) users of agvet chemicals.
We have provided all non-confidential submissions below. Please note these submissions will be available on our website for an eight week period until 1 June 2018.
|AgForce Queensland PDF||7||480 KB|
|Australian Environmental Pest Managers Association PDF||14||4.24 MB|
|AUSVEG PDF||5||284 KB|
|Terry Brient PDF||5||388 KB|
|Garrards Pty Ltd PDF||8||672 KB|
|Grain Producers Australia PDF||13||1.39 MB|
|Primary Industries & Regions South Australia PDF||5||5.59 MB|
|Victorian Department of Health and Human Services PDF||5||284 KB|
|Victorian Farmers Federation PDF||2||84 KB|
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HACCUT has taken on board stakeholder comments and concerns, and where appropriate revised the proposal accordingly. The proposal has been provided to the Agriculture Senior Officials Committee for endorsement.