Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock (ASEL) forms and reporting

Overview

Under ASEL 3.0, exporters, Australian Government Accredited Veterinarians (AAVs), accredited stockpersons and registered premises (RP) operators must submit ASEL regulatory reports using a department approved form.

The ASEL 3.0 approved forms for the regulatory reports and the associated platform will be provided through LIVEXCollect, a LiveCorp-administered data collection and management system.

The LIVEXCollect Data Collection Tool is the current approved form for providing the following reports in accordance with ASEL 3.0:

  • ASEL standard 5.6.7: daily report for sea voyages
  • ASEL standard 5.6.8: end-of-voyage (EOV) report for sea voyages
  • ASEL standard 3.8.3: registered premises (RP) mortality report

The approved LIVEXCollect forms, and the terms and conditions of the use of the LIVEXCollect system, are now available via the LiveCorp website.

Training on how to use the LIVEXCollect system will commence in October 2020 and will be provided by LiveCorp.

Exporters, AAVs, stockpersons and RP operators must use the forms provided through LIVEXCollect, and should not develop their own forms for ASEL 3.0 RP mortality reports, daily reports, EOV reports or end-of-journey (EOJ) reports.

The LIVEXCollect reporting forms will standardise data entry and reporting to allow improved data aggregation and analysis. This will support our regulatory functions and LiveCorp’s activities as the research and service body for the livestock export industry.

Report requirements

Daily, EOV and RP mortality reports

Until 1 November 2020, exporters must use the ASEL 2.3 daily voyage report and end of voyage report.

From 1 November 2020, the approved LIVEXCollect forms for RP mortality, daily and EOV reports available via the LiveCorp website must be used.

Read our guides on the LIVEXCollect daily report and EOV report data fields. These demonstrate the types of regulatory data you will need to provide in the LIVEXCollect reports from 1 November 2020.

Note that these documents provide guidance only and are not the ASEL 3.0 approved forms.

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Guide to daily report data fields under ASEL 3.0 PDFPDF Icon 3 238 KB
Guide to daily report data fields under ASEL 3.0 DOCXPDF Icon 3 77 KB
Guide to end-of-voyage report data fields under ASEL 3.0 PDFPDF Icon 3 261 KB
Guide to end-of-voyage report data fields under ASEL 3.0 DOCXPDF Icon 3 76 KB

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EOJ reports

Until 1 November 2020, exporters must use the ASEL 2.3 end of journey by air report.

From 1 November 2020 until the LIVEXCollect EOJ form is released, exporters must use the approved form for providing the EOJ report for air journeys in accordance with ASEL 3.0 standard 6.11.2. 

The approved ASEL 3.0 EOJ report for air journeys is available for download.

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End-of-journey report PDFPDF Icon 21 663 KB
End-of-journey report DOCXPDF Icon 21 110 KB

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LiveCorp is currently developing an EOJ form for LIVEXCollect. The LIVEXCollect EOJ form is likely to be released in late 2020 or early 2021.

Submission of reports

As required under ASEL 3.0, from 1 November 2020, you must use the specified form for the RP mortality, daily and EOV reports. Within the timeframes required in ASEL 3.0, you must email them to livestockexp@agriculture.gov.au. These reports must also be sent at the same time to livexcollect@livecorp.com.au.

Within the timeframes required in ASEL 3.0, you must email EOJ reports to the department only at livestockexp@agriculture.gov.au .

Important information on compatibility

To use the approved forms through LIVEXCollect, you will need to have access to a computer with a Microsoft operating system (Windows) and a compatible version of Excel (2016 or 2019 (preferred)).

The approved forms include automated components to maintain data consistency and quality. These will be affected if you use the forms on incompatible operating systems or software versions.

We recommend making any necessary software updates by 1 October 2020. This will help prepare you for  training and using the new system.

Last reviewed: 28 October 2020
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