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Language Instruction. For all other goods that are not categorised as target high risk and target risk goods, BMSB seasonal measures do not apply, however, these goods may be subject to the measures if they are part of a container or consignment that contains target high risk or target risk goods.
For very specific situations an exemption may be provided where goods are being imported for the use of delivering emergency services, and the measures will significantly impact the delivery of that service to state or federal government. In this situation, early reporting of no less than five business days prior to the first port of arrival in Australia will be required and your goods be assessed for alternate consideration. If prior approval is not sought, the goods cannot be exempted and will be directed for treatment onshore if permitted , or exported on arrival.
Goods classified under tariff chapters 82, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88 and 89 will be accepted under the NUFT criteria as long as they meet certain conditions. The new rates will be published shortly. Treatments applied for biosecurity purposes are part of managing the risk of introducing exotic pests and diseases.
It is important that treatment providers understand these requirements as treatments to manage risk are only effective when conducted correctly. These standards outline best practice methodologies for applying biosecurity treatments.
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Treatment providers that were registered under the scheme during the season must complete a renewal application for the season. The renewal application and application for new treatment providers is now available on the Offshore BMSB treatment providers scheme page webpage. All BMSB treatment providers in target risk countries must first register and be approved under the scheme by the department prior to treatment.
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Treatments conducted by an unapproved treatment provider in a target risk country will not be recognised as valid and the goods will be subject to onshore treatment if permitted , or be directed for export. Treatment certificates from providers in non-target risk countries who do not register will be accepted, however these goods will be subject to increased intervention on arrival compared to those treated by approved treatment providers. If unregistered treatment providers continue to treat and present treatment certificates throughout the season and have not made any effort to register, future treated goods may be exported.
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For treatments conducted in target risk countries, we will only accept BMSB treatment certificates from approved list of treatment providers. The department continues to improve its systems to monitor and detect the use of fraudulent certificates and will identify consignments that arrive in Australia with a fraudulent documentation. Any consignment identified with a fraudulent certificate or with a certificate from a treatment provider in a target risk country that is not approved will be directed for onshore treatment if permitted , or exported.
A new safeguarding arrangements scheme to allow certain goods and supply chains to be recognised under safeguarding arrangements has been developed. Under the scheme, approved participants will be recognised for their ability to manage biosecurity risk offshore, including seasonal hitchhiker pest risk such as BMSB, from the point of manufacture to the point of embarkation. The scheme will be trialled with select industry participants before being opened to all other industry participants.
If you have a specific policy inquiry that is not addressed on the webpages, please send your inquiry to the dedicated seasonal pest policy inbox at Seasonal Pests Policy.
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The department will endeavour to respond to all inquiries within 10 business days. We provide information on changes to import requirements, including updates on Brown marmorated stink bug seasonal measures, through our Import Industry Advice Notices. Click to subscribe to Import Industry Advice Notices. If you see something that could have entered Australia with imported goods report it to See.
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