Import Industry Advice RSS https://www.agriculture.gov.au/ en 184-2022: Scheduled Outage: Friday 07 October to Saturday 08 October 2022 – BICON impacted, COLS, OPS and PEBS unavailable https://www.agriculture.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2022/184-2022 4 October 2022 Who does this notice affect? All clients attempting to submit permit applications and access invoices using the Department’s Biosecurity Import Conditions (BICON) system during this planned outage. All clients who will be required to make an online payment during this planned outage. All importers and customs brokers who will be required to lodge imported cargo documentation to the department for biosecurity assessment during this planned… 183-2022: Service Disruption: Monday 10 October 2022 – DAFF messaging https://www.agriculture.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2022/183-2022 4 October 2022 Who does this notice affect? All users of the below systems: Agriculture Import Management System (AIMS) Import Management System (IMS) Maritime and Aircraft Reporting System (MARS) Integrated Cargo System (ICS) S-Cargo Seasonal Pests (SeaPest) Self-Assessed Clearance Paperless (SAC Paperless) Information Due to scheduled system maintenance, there will be… 181-2022: Scheduled Outage: Friday 30 September to Saturday 01 October 2022 – Biosecurity Portal https://www.agriculture.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2022/181-2022 26 September 2022 Who does this notice affect? All clients who will be required to lodge inspection requests to the department during this planned outage. Information Due to scheduled infrastructure maintenance, the Biosecurity Portal will be unavailable from 22:00 Friday 30 September to 03:00 Saturday 01 October 2022 (AEST). Action Clients are advised to await the completion of this maintenance period before attempting to access this… 182-2022: Establishment of the Cargo Service Delivery Rapid Response Team https://www.agriculture.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2022/182-2022 28 September 2022 Who does this notice affect? All customs brokers, importers, biosecurity industry participants, and food importers that departmental officers may attend (for inspections, surveillance, or other purposes). What has changed? In response to the ongoing disruptions with commercial cargo imports, the department issued an Import Industry Advice Notice on 25 August 2022 (available at… 180-2022: Changes to the conditions of trade resulting from an outbreak of sheep and goat pox in Spain https://www.agriculture.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2022/180-2022 26 September 2022 Who does this notice affect? Departmental staff; importers of ovine and/or caprine dairy, ovine and/or caprine fluids and tissues (including laboratory products containing fluids and tissues), and stockfeed from Spain. What is changing? The department has received notification that cases of sheep and goat pox have been detected in Spain. Sheep and goat pox is one of the department’s… 179-2022: Biosecurity Response Zones (BRZ) implemented at all First Point of Entry ports (including External Territories) in response to current outbreak of Foot-and-mouth disease in Indonesia https://www.agriculture.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2022/179-2022 23 September 2022 Who does this notice affect? All first point of entry port operators, vessel agents and crew who interact with international vessels arriving from Indonesia. What has changed? There is currently an active outbreak of foot and mouth disease (FMD) in Indonesia. FMD is a significant biosecurity threat to Australia which could cost $80 billion over several years if there is a widespread outbreak here in Australia. To address the… 178-2022: Services Restored: Friday 23 September 2022 – Biosecurity Portal https://www.agriculture.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2022/178-2022 23 September 2022 Who does this notice affect? All importers and customs brokers who are required to lodge inspection requests to the department. Information The unplanned service disruption to the Biosecurity Portal has been resolved. Clients can now submit new import inspection requests as normal. Action No action required. The department apologises for any inconvenience caused. 177-2022: Unplanned Service Disruption: Friday 23 September 2022 – Biosecurity Portal https://www.agriculture.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2022/177-2022 23 September 2022 Who does this notice affect? All importers and customs brokers who are required to lodge inspection requests to the department. Information The Biosecurity Portal is currently experiencing an unplanned service disruption. As a result, clients are unable to submit new import inspection requests. Action While The Portal is unavailable, clients are advised to send new inspection requests via email to one of the following… 176-2022: Urgent Scheduled Outage: Wednesday 21 September to Thursday 22 September 2022 – PEBS https://www.agriculture.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/import/industry-advice/2022/176-2022 21 September 2022 Who does this notice affect? All importers of plants, cats and/or dogs who will be required to use the Post Entry Biosecurity System during this planned outage. Information To support urgent system maintenance, the Post Entry Biosecurity System (PEBS) will be unavailable from 23:00 Wednesday 21 September to 01:30 Thursday 22 September 2022 (AEST). Action Clients are advised to await the completion of this maintenance… 2022-10: NEXDOC planned outage update - 29 September 2022 - honey and apiculture products https://www.agriculture.gov.au/biosecurity-trade/export/controlled-goods/non-prescribed-goods/industry-notices/2022/2022-10 Date of issue: 21 September 2022 Date of effect: 29 September 2022 Purpose This Industry Advice Notice (IAN) replaces IAN…