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The Association of Meat Inspectors GB Ltd.
Is a Registered Friendly Society which exists
to fulfil the aims and objectives of
The Association of Meat Inspectors Trust
Registered in England Charity No. 279465
An Educational Trust
National AGM 2018
The National AGM of the Association of Meat Inspectors will be held on April 21st in Bristol. Further details can be found on our AGM page by following the link here.
European Commission publishes draft proposals for delegated acts modifying regulation 2017/625
Our colleagues at the EWFC have published a report on the draft proposals here.
Notes from our General Secretary
Mental Health Awareness is becoming increasingly important at the moment. To support this, we have compiled a list of useful websites which can be found here.
Following the press reports of Animal Welfare breaches, the AMI have released the following statement. It can be read here.
AMI Council Meetings
The AMI Council meets four times per year, in April, June, September and December. The meetings cover a wide range of topics, including the management of the Association and our work as Stakeholder’s for consultations in both the UK and Europe.
Any member who wishes to raise a topic or point for discussion, or to comment on matters published in The Meat Hygienist, is invited to contact their Divisional Secretary. They will then present your requests or comments to Council.
A very interesting report calling for consistency in judgement of carcases affected by Cysticercus Ovis, along with an Inspectors response, can be found in the Technical Reports section. Your comments are invited on this article.
The AMI Code of Professional Conduct is available to read on the Professional Status page. Also, details about Continuing Professional Development can be accessed from there.
For any Twitter users, there is an account for matters related to Wholesome Food at https://twitter.com/foodwholesome
Site updated Sunday, February 25, 2018
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