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					Risk Management Programme                                                                                 Attachment S
UNIQUE RISKS FROM HOMEKILL                             PAGE: 1 OF 1                                        DATE:       /        /

1.   Purpose / Scope


      To identify the unique risks that may exist from processing homekill or recreational catch (HK/RC) at the same premises
      as regulated meat and to ensure that control measures are in place to minimise these risks.


2.   Regulatory Requirements (See http://www.nzfsa.govt.nz/animalproducts/legislation/index.htm)


      Animal Products Act 1999, section 71.


3.   Procedures
Unique risk                                              Control measures                                        Reference
Harmful bacteria may be present in higher numbers in        All meat is visually checked on receipt.            Attachments
HK/RC than in regulated meat due to:                        Dirty meat is rejected or trimmed.                  P&T
    Contamination from the slaughter environment or        All meat is immediately refrigerated on receipt.
     equipment,
    Unhygienic slaughter techniques,
    Lack of protection from the environment during
     handling and transportation,
    Lack of refrigeration, and
    Unhealthy animals may be slaughtered (e.g.
     septicaemic).
Homekilled meat may cross-contaminate                       Unregulated and regulated meats are separated       Attachment T
regulated meat through direct contact or                     throughout the butchery.
through shared use of processing equipment
or product contact surfaces.
Chemical hazards may not have been                          Unregulated meat is returned to the animal          Attachment T
identified in HK/RC animals as supplier                      owner who takes their own risks as far as this is
declarations are not required for these                      concerned.
animals.
HK/RC is more likely to be contaminated by                  All meat is visually checked on receipt.            Attachments
physical hazards and insects due to lack of                 Dirty meat is rejected or trimmed.                  P&T
protection from the environment during
slaughter, handling and transportation.
HK/RC may be mistaken for regulated meat                    Separation of unregulated and regulated meat.       Attachment T
and accidentally sold.                                      Inventory records.
4.   Records Kept

      Records of regulated product and homekill or recreational catch received and processed.

				
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