At the request of AIC and other stakeholders, APHA has provided industry with proposals on small OECD herbage mixture labels. The aim is to provide a solution to ensuring availability of smaller, self-adhesive OECD labels, specifically for small packets (net weight not exceeding 2 kg), of herbage mixtures destined for movement to Northern Ireland and export to EU member States from GB.
Do you work on a UK farm? Do you own or manage a farm/s? Do you deliver or visit farm as as part of your role? If health & safety on farm could affect you then this training module could be useful for you to complete and is now available at a member discounted rate.
The Trade and Agriculture Commission has invited the AIC to submit its views to help shape its report on the UK’s future trade policies. We are aware that a number of AIC member businesses have also been approached to provide evidence, and we would encourage those members to also respond.
Work was undertaken by the National Audit Office (NAO) to understand how three regulators; the Food Standards Agency (FSA), the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) and the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE), including the Chemicals Regulation Division (CRD) manged the transition period following EU Exit.