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Communities
PROJECT NUMBER • 2016-400
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Sustainable Fishing Families: Developing industry human capital through health, wellbeing, safety and resilience

This project conducted the first national survey of the health, safety and wellbeing of the Australian professional fishing industry in 2017. The results of the survey provide a baseline for the state of the wild-catch industry members across a range of indicators, including reported physical and...
ORGANISATION:
Deakin University Geelong Waterfront Campus
Communities
PROJECT NUMBER • 2016-128
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Human Dimensions Research Subprogram management

A National RD&E Workshop was held on 21 September 2018 in Adelaide, South Australia, in which representatives of industry, research, management, and service providers addressed how to make a positive difference to the mental health of people in fisheries and aquaculture. The impetus for the...
ORGANISATION:
University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2019-213
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Tackle Box - Fishing at home during Covid 19

This project examined the impact of Covid-19 on recreational fishing using a citizen science approach. The Australian Recreational Fishing Foundation (ARFF) teamed up with Infofish Australia Pty Ltd to use recaptures of tagged fish in Queensland and fishing competitions around Australia in novel...
ORGANISATION:
Australian Recreational Fishing Foundation (ARFF)
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2002-401
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Pilot project to determine the effectiveness of FoodSafe Plus as a tool in meeting FSANZ Food Safety Standards

The project demonstrated that businesses that comply with FoodSafe Plus have work practices that will conform to the Australian Seafood Standard and thus comply with their responsibilities under the mandatory Food Safety Standards. Although the project was to introduce a food safety program to...
ORGANISATION:
Western Australian Fishing Industry Council Inc (WAFIC)
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