Sea Container Hygiene System
The Sea Container Hygiene System (SCHS) is a long term strategy by industry in collaboration with DAFF and New Zealand’s Ministry of Primary Industries to manage quarantine risks associated with sea containers at the port of loading. The system aims to reduce biosecurity risk to Australia and New Zealand through the introduction of robust contaminant management systems at the port of loading.
These systems include implementation of effective container cleaning processes, prevention of re-contamination of cleaned containers and raising awareness of sea container biosecurity issues at offshore container processing facilities.
05 Dec 2012