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Food Act 2003 No 43
Current version for 6 January 2017 to date (accessed 23 April 2017 at 17:58)
Part 7 Division 2 Section 93
93   Priority classification system and frequency of auditing
(1)  The appropriate enforcement agency must determine:
(a)  the priority classification of individual food businesses for the purposes of the application of any requirements of the regulations relating to food safety programs, and
(b)  the frequency of auditing of any food safety programs required to be prepared by the regulations in relation to the food businesses.
(2)  The determination must be made having regard to a priority classification system for types of food businesses approved by the Food Authority.
(3)  The appropriate enforcement agency must provide written notification to the proprietor of a food business of:
(a)  the priority classification it has determined for the food business, and
(b)  the frequency of auditing of any food safety programs required to be prepared by the regulations in relation to the food business, and
(c)  the date by which the food business must have implemented any food safety program required to be prepared by the regulations in relation to the food business.
(4)  The appropriate enforcement agency may change the priority classification of an individual food business if the appropriate enforcement agency believes that the classification is inappropriate for any reason, including as a result of changes made to the conduct of the food business.
(5)  The appropriate enforcement agency must provide written notification to the proprietor of a food business of any change in priority classification of the food business under subsection (4).