Use of the NLIS database, the use and disclosure of the information in the database and the administration of the NLIS are subject to the
- Clause 2.19.9 has been amended to allow the Bobby-calf TOF Standard Administrator to access the movement history for devices identified as cattle devices (types B, C, E and F) that have been killed at PICs assigned to small chains.
- Appendix 14.9 has been updated as follows:
- The [NARM-KV] PIC status will now apply for 28 days (previously 14 days) after which the database automatically removes the KV status.
- A new PIC status [NARM-KV2] has been added to apply to properties where confirmatory tests on an MIT positive calf detect residues equal to or higher than the allowed limit. The new KV2 status will apply for 90 days after which the database automatically removes the KV2 status.
- A new PIC status [FO-MC] has been added to identify PICs where a foreign metal object has been found in a carcase and investigation has identified the source of the foreign object.
- Clauses 2.8.1, 2.9.1 and 2.16.2 have been updated to correctly reflect the status setting rules for Stock Agents, Saleyards and Police, as defined in Table 14.9.
- minor amendments have been made to clauses 2.6.1, 2.8.1, 2.9.1, 2.10.1, 2.11.1, 2.16.2, 2.16.4, 2.17.2, 4.3.1, 13.2, 14.3 and to device statuses [NLS-D1] and [NLS-S1] in Table 14.9 to improve consistency in wording in relation to devices that are lost, presumed stolen, stolen or replaced.
SAFEMEAT has endorsed these changes.