Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry - September, 2022
Imported goods may be subject to targeted or random inspections by biosecurity officers who are trained to look for biosecurity risks on imported goods. This guide assists in instances where biosecurity risks are detected on imported goods, but there is no BICON case available that documents suitable treatment options. This guide provides information on the department approved treatment options available to address a specific biosecurity risk.
This information is also available for biosecurity officers in the Treating imported goods work instruction on the IML.
|Imported goods - Biosecurity risk treatment guide PDF
|Imported goods - Biosecurity risk treatment guide DOCX
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