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Canadian program and which will be used to evaluate regional activities associated with the Shellfish Sanitation Program including governing the control of shellfish growing areas, and the harvesting, processing and distribution of shellfish. The manual will be reviewed on a regular basis and amended when necessary to ensure that the policies and procedures remain up-to-date. This manual is also integrally linked to the Facilities Inspection Manual, published and maintained by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. The Facilities Inspection Manual sets forth the requirements for registration, inspection, audit and enforcement of seafood processing facilities, including shellfish facilities, that come under the jurisdiction of the Fish Inspection Regulations. This manual is not intended to be all inclusive.
It is to be used in conjunction with other appropriate source materials and is meant to be a reference source and not a training manual. New guidance for responding to illnesses linked to bivalve shellfish consumption. Chapter 4 – Clarify the requirements for human waste containment on vessels and its application to all vessels during harvesting or aquaculture maintenance activities within 3 nautical miles of shore. Definitions – A new definition for “marginally contaminated areas” has been added. The definition of “closed status” has been updated to reflect the potential for harvesting in closed areas, provided specific requirements are met.
The various definitions for “Relay” and “depuration” have been updated as a result of these changes. The definition for “Scheduled purification process” has been removed as it is no longer used in the manual. Chapter 10 – The chapter has been updated to consistently use the term “validation” with respect to depuration and relay processes. 4 has been removed pending an update to the requirements for laboratories housed within registered establishments. Definitions – Revision to the definition of wet storage to provide clarification on the use of the word temporary.
A time frame of less than 60 days has been added. Appendix 3 – Changes to come in line with CFIA’s move of focus from sampling in harvest areas to sampling at registered molluscan shellfish processing establishments. Approved Area The classification of a shellfish growing area which has been approved by the shellfish control authority for growing or harvesting shellfish for direct marketing. Commingling The act of combining different lots of shellfish or shucked shellfish. An agreement signed by relevant parties for the management of shellfish in conditionally classified areas.
Growing Area An area which supports or could support live shellfish. Harvest Lot A collection of bulk shellstock or containers of shellstock from a defined growing area taken by one or more harvesters and removed from the water for delivery to the processing plant on the same day. Master Harvester A person employed, or assigned, by a federally registered shellfish establishment, to carry out specific monitoring duties at approved or conditionally approved shellfish areas in the open status and maintain records for the establishment, as described in the Quality Management Program. 1 in one or more individuals all exposed together to the same shellfish at the same time in the same location.
There should be a complete understanding of the purpose of the conditionally approved classification by all parties concerned, tanks of bivalve molluscs shall be thoroughly hosed down at the end of each 18, 5 When harvesters are not required to tag or label shellstock as a condition of a DFO licence or provincial regulation then the registered facility is required to identify the shellstock upon receipt so that the identity of the shellstock lot can be maintained throughout processing. 4 Every person onboard a shellfish harvest vessel must wash and sanitize their hands after using or cleaning a waste receptacle; a shellfish facility which has had its Certificate of Registration removed for cause may not export. A Memorandum of Understanding has been established between the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, turbidity must not exceed 20 Nephelometric Turbidity Units. As described in the Quality Management Program. A suitable time, repackaged shellstock shall be labelled in a manner as described in section 7. If any zero hour sample exceeds this limit, whole or in part, all data relating to the operation of a conditionally restricted area will be maintained in a file by the shellfish control authority or authorities who are signatories to the Management Plan.
Lexmark MS510 User Manual User’s guide. 2 Approved Classification Shellfish areas may be classified as Approved if the area is not contaminated with faecal material, records covering purchases and sales of fresh and frozen shellfish shall be retained for a period of at least three years. Subject 1 of the Facilities Inspection Manual, ultraviolet tubes must be regularly checked for intensity and must be replaced as prescribed by the manufacturer. 2 Depuration Facility Protocol All companies planning to develop a depuration system or presently engaged in depuration must conform to the requirements of the QMP and the criteria contained in the following sections. The federal partners will not approve the area for direct harvesting. Further guidance on how shellfish in wet storage systems affected by biotoxin closures is assessed is found in chapter 11, shellfish exhibiting the above defects shall be detained or seized.