Invitation to Webinar on the Implementation of Export Health Certification for Exports of Fish, Fishery Products and Molluscan Shellfish to Great Britain
The Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority (SFPA) are hosting an information webinar for industry on Thursday the 30th of November 2023 from 10am to 11am. The title of the webinar is the ‘Implementation of Export Health Certification for Exports of Fish, Fishery Products and Molluscan Shellfish to Great Britain.’
The objective of this session is to outline changes to the UK import regime which will apply for exports of Irish fish, fishery products and molluscan shellfish to Great Britain from the 31st of January 2024 and highlight the key steps food businesses exporting these goods to Great Britain should take to prepare for these changes. The webinar will cover topics including Export Health Certification requirements, product risk ratings and the use of TRACES* for Export Health Certification to Great Britain.
Registration details for this webinar can be found on the Eventbrite link which can be accessed here: Implementation of Export Health Certification for Tickets, Thu 30 Nov 2023 at 10:00 | Eventbrite. The SFPA would highly recommend any business that will be exporting to Great Britain after January 31st, 2024, to attend this session. The SFPA will be circulating further information notices over the coming weeks as preparations continue for the implementation of these controls from the 31st of January 2024.
Queries regarding this information notice may be addressed to SFPATradeandAudit@sfpa.ie
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*TRACES - The Trade Control and Expert System is the European Commission's online platform for sanitary and phytosanitary certification required for the importation of animals, animal products, food and feed of non-animal origin and plants into the European Union, and the intra-EU trade and EU exports of animals and certain animal products.