Food Export Regulators Steering Committee
The Food Export Regulators Steering Committee (FERSC) is responsible for the governance of service delivery arrangements for export certification of dairy, eggs, fish and poultry meat in accordance with export legislation and importing country requirements. It comprises regulatory representation from state and federal agencies. The Food Export Regulators Steering Committee was established in 2005 as a forum of senior officials of the then Australian Government Department of Agriculture and state regulatory authorities (SRAs) to strengthen national export certification systems for food, with an initial focus on the export dairy industry.
Type of Body
H. Inter Jurisdictional and International Bodies
Established By / Under
Agreement / Treaty / Council Order
Established By/Under More info
Department and state regulatory authorities
Annual Report Prepared and tabled?
1 July 2005