Evaluation and results from Specified Risk Material (SRM) audits in licensed abattoirs that slaughter cattle

SRM is considered high-risk inedible material and the completion of audits and checklists helps ensure that SRM materials are properly identified for control, removal and proper disposal.

Every fiscal year, 25% of provincially licensed meat plants slaughtering cattle are selected by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) for an OMAFRA-CFIA Joint SRM Audit. During this audit, the plant is evaluated jointly by a CFIA Regional Veterinary Officer (RVO) and by an OMAFRA Regional Veterinarian (RV).

[OMAFRA]: Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs [CFIA]: Canadian Food Inspection Agency *[SRM]: Specified Risk Material


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