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Chapter 34. Seafood Processing and Inspection
. Purpose and applicability
. Requirements adopted by reference
. Derby fish
. Confidentiality of trade secrets
. Prohibited activities
. Permit requirements; application, renewal, and denial
. Hazard analysis critical control point (HACCP) Plan
. Sanitation plan
. Facility plan approval
. Facility requirements
. Chemicals and compounds
. Water supply and ice
. Toilet and handwash sinks requirements
. Equipment and utensils
. Waste disposal
. Labeling requirements
. Labeling requirements for seafood products for export only
. Adulterated seafood products
. Misbranded seafood products
. Seafood product standards
. Product testing
. Applicability of shellfish processing requirements
. Permit requirements
. Shellfish growing areas
. Harvesting and handling of bait shellfish
. Applicability of smoked or smoke-flavored seafood product processing requirements
. Processing requirements for smoked or smoke-flavored seafood products
. Native-style smoked or smoke-flavored dried salmon
. Finished product handling
. Thermal processing
. Applicable standards
. Vessel requirements
. Water supply and ice
. Cleaning and sanitizing
. Fishing vessel and tender vessel inspection
. Requirements for operators of fishing vessels
. Requirements for operators of tender vessels or buying stations
. Requirements for processors
. Permit, certification, waiver, and compliance fees
. Laboratory fees
. Fee review
. Waiver of requirements
. Inspection seal
. Enforcement and compliance
. Right to appeal noncompliance decision
. Seafood processing facility recognition program
. Alaska Seafood Processors and Advisory Council
The regulations in this chapter, effective December 18, 1997, and distributed in Register 144, constitute a comprehensive reorganization and revision of this material. Previous regulations in this chapter were repealed simultaneously with the adoption of these regulations. The history lines do not necessarily reflect the history of a section before December 18, 1997, nor is the section numbering necessarily related to the numbering before that date. Previous amendments of this chapter are on file in the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, and are found in Register 70, 6/24/79; Register 83, 9/1/82; Register 89, 3/1/84; Register 111, 8/26/89; Register 115, 7/20/90; Register 125, 2/19/93; Register 137, 1/19/96; and Register 140, 10/18/96; in addition, emergency regulations were in effect 5/12/89 - 9/8/89, Register 110.
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