(2B) The matters to which standards, and variations of standards, may relate, are taken always to have included the matter mentioned in paragraph (1)(ca). 200, 1999; No. (6) The standard, or the variation of the standard, in relation to which notice is published under subsection (4), is a legislative instrument, but section 42 and Part 6 of the Legislative Instruments Act 2003 do not apply to the standard or variation. As part of the review, a scoping paper has been released for public comment across New Zealand and Australia. 28 Compilation date: 19/6/18 Registered: 21/6/18 An Act establishing a body to be known as Food Standards Australia New Zealand with functions relating to the development of food regulatory measures, and for related purposes Part 1—Preliminary 1 Short title (b) if, with the Authority’s agreement, a dietary exposure assessment of the proposed variation is prepared by another person or body: (i) review the assessment and prepare comments on the assessment (including comments relating to the dietary exposure risk of the proposed variation); and, (ii) give a copy of the assessment to the Council and, if the assessment is not prepared by the APVMA, give a copy of the assessment to the APVMA; and. (1) The Authority may, at the discretion of the Authority, conduct a public hearing at any point during the consideration of an application or proposal for the development or variation of a food regulatory measure, other than an application for a high level health claims variation. Operation of Act 10. (2) After completing a review under this section of the standard or variation, the Authority must: (3) The Authority must give to the Council within 10 business days after making its decision: (a) written notice of its decision under subsection (2); and, 106 Council may revoke or amend standard or variation. '�`�v����T������l25��W���k3|\G.Fѩ9�V8}�s��`lEM�5�ͬ�a`�Y�O*�HL�0��x��7`|A^�H�� %�`�=�&'�3n@�$� 0�a��J������l Y� %jn(y�́$^̺�"=ϑ���}����च#h9��$)�ʆa]�W���Vr��ڙG\��σ��1�E��ZN�RS�dL�JA�T �. If no determination of that remuneration by the Tribunal is in operation, the Chief Executive Officer is to be paid the remuneration that is determined in writing by the Board. 50, 2006; No. (b) prepare a report under this section. (6) A delegate under this section is, in the exercise of a power delegated under this section, subject to any directions given by the Board. (1) If the Authority accepts an application, the Authority must assess the application. (1) The Authority must, after assessing the application under section 29 but before undertaking the step set out in section 30, give public notice of the matters set out in subsection (2). (a) identify the government agency referred to in subsection (1); and. (2) A member holds office for the period specified in the instrument of appointment. 2880 0 obj
By empowering Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) to set and amend food standards and undertake other core functions, the Act underpins the safety of our food supply and provides a regulatory framework for how foods can enter … (1) The money of the Authority consists of: (a) money paid to the Authority under section 138; and, (ab) money paid to the Authority under section 145; and, (ac) money paid to the Authority under section 146 or 147; and. (b) necessary or convenient to be prescribed for carrying out or giving effect to this Act. (4) Regulations made for the purposes of this section must not specify New Zealand as a person or body by whom charges are payable. However, if no such amendment of the Agreement is made, the provision(s) do not commence at all. (1) If the Authority notifies the Council that the Authority has decided under paragraph 104(2)(a) to re‑affirm the standard or variation, the Council must, within 60 days after the notification: (a) inform the Authority that the Council does not intend to revoke or amend the standard or variation; or. (3) The consideration period ends 12 months after it begins or, if a shorter period is prescribed, at the end of that shorter period. Step 6. Food Regulation Standing Committee means the Committee established under the Food Regulation Agreement. (c) call for written submissions on matters relevant to the proposal to be given to the Authority within the period specified in the notice (the submission period). (2) Without limiting subsection (1), the Board may permit members to participate in a particular meeting, or all meetings, by: (3) A member who is permitted to participate in a meeting under subsection (2) is to be regarded as being present at that meeting. The information includes commencement information for amending laws and details of application, saving or transitional provisions that are not included in this compilation. If the application is for a minor variation, the Authority calls for submissions from the applicant and appropriate government agencies. (1) The objectives (in descending priority order) of the Authority in developing or reviewing food regulatory measures and variations of food regulatory measures are: (a) the protection of public health and safety; and, (b) the provision of adequate information relating to food to enable consumers to make informed choices; and. 152, 1995; No.