Canadian FSMC ( formerly known as AGM) regulations are issued by the Canada Food Inspection Agency’s (CFIA) .
Asian Gypsy Moth (AGM) has been changed to Flighted Spongy Moth Complex (FSMC) due to change of name effected in 2022.
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Veritas Petroleum Services (VPS) publish regular Bunker Alerts based entirely on fuel samples and have kindly permitted BIMCO’s Members to access this information.
The Bunker Alerts are not intended to be an evaluation of overall bunker quality in the port or area concerned, but usually highlight a specific parameter within the fuel which has raised a quality issue.
The fourth set of amendments made to the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 as amended (MLC 2006) relates to providing better protection to seafarers in the financial security system and improving the seafarer repatriation process as well as the overall well being of seafarers in terms of medical care, recreational facilities, personal protective equipment, food and amenities to be provided.
Asian Gypsy Moth (AGM) has been renamed as Flighted Spongy Moth Complex (FSMC) due to a change of name effected in 2022.
New Zealand Flighty Spongy Moth Complex ( FSMC) formerly known as Asian Gypsy Moth/AGM regulations are issued by the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI), which include the Craft Risk Management Standard (CRMS) under section 24G of the Biosecurity Act 1993.
Argentinian FCSM ( formerly known as Asian Gypsy Moth/AGM) regulations are under the auspices of the Argentinian National Service of Agri-Food Health and Quality (SENASA). Asian Gypsy Moth (AGM) has been changed to Flighted Spongy Moth Complex (FSMC) due to change of name effected in 2022.
Chilean FSMC ( formerly known as Asian Gypsy Moth/AGM) regulations are issued by the Chilean Agricultural and Livestock Service (Servicio Agricola y Ganadero, SAG), the official Chilean state body responsible for the protection of plant and animal health. Asian Gypsy Moth (AGM) has been changed to Flighted Spongy Moth Complex (FSMC) due to change of name effected in 2022.
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