Proceedings - National Shellfish Sanitation Workshop, Volumul 5

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U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Food and Drug Administration, Shellfish Sanitation Branch, 1964
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Pagina 205 - ... published in a condensed form in a suitable technical journal. e. A State program with a rating of less than 70 percent in any one of the eight identified program elements — general administrative procedures, laboratory, sanitary survey, relaying, depuration, patrol, harvesting, and shuckingpacking — will not be eligible for endorsement by the Public Health Service 90 days after being formally notified of the rating unless the State demonstrates that suitable corrective action has been taken....
Pagina 205 - ... endorsement, the director of the State agency having primary responsibility for shellfish control must make application to the Regional Health Director for reappraisal of the State's program. In submitting this application, the State shall describe the measures taken to correct the noted deficiencies. f. In an emergency situation, the PHS will take immediate steps to temporarily suspend endorsement of a State program when it is found that a condition exists in which interstate shipment of shellfish...
Pagina 146 - The coliform median MPN of the water does not exceed 70 per 100 ml., and not more than 10 percent of the samples ordinarily exceed an MPN of 230 per 100 ml. for a 5-tube decimal dilution test (or 330 per 100 ml., where the 3-tube decimal dilution test is used) in those portions of the area most probably exposed to fecal contamination during the most unfavorable hydrographic and pollution conditions.
Pagina 181 - Attachment 3. Approved Areas. — Growing areas may be designated as approved when: (a) the sanitary survey indicates that pathogenic microorganisms, radionuclides, and/or harmful industrial wastes do not reach the area in dangerous concentration, and (b) this is verified by laboratory findings whenever the sanitary survey indicates the need.
Pagina 205 - ... Withdrawal of the State program endorsement will be initiated by the PHS Regional Office after discussion with the appropriate State officials, and will be subject to review through established PHS policy channels at Headquarters level. If the State desires participation in the National Shellfish Sanitation Program subsequent to PHS withdrawal of endorsement, the director of the State agency having primary responsibility for shellfish control must make application to the Regional Health Director...
Pagina 208 - ... files portrays accurately those conditions which influence the sanitary quality of the areas. Where possible, program appraisals should be so scheduled that all "Approved" areas will be reviewed at least once during each 4-year period. The rating officer will consider the bioassay surveillance program as a component of the sanitary survey in those areas in which toxic shellfish poison may reasonably be expected to occur. An approximate weight of 40 percent should be applied to those areas in...
Pagina 207 - Instructions for Completion of Form I Item 1 : The subitems listed under this item relate to the legal authority for the State's program. Review of the legal aspects of the State shellfish laws and regulations shall be made with the Regional Attorneys. Full credit is to be given on each subitem if, In the Regional Attorney's opinion, it is the intent of the law or regulation regardless if the State is actually carrying them out in practice. Deductions should be made from item 1, Form 1, only If the...
Pagina 207 - ... laws and regulations shall be made with the Regional Attorneys. Full credit is to be given on each subitem if, In the Regional Attorney's opinion, it is the intent of the law or regulation regardless if the State is actually carrying them out in practice. Deductions should be made from item 1, Form 1, only If the State clearly does not have adequate legal authority to carry on a program, or if the laws and regulations are not enforceable because of their nature. Deductions should also be made...
Pagina 31 - A comprehensive sanitary survey shall include an evaluation of all sources of actual or potential pollution on the estuary and its tributaries, and the distance of such sources from the growing areas...
Pagina 32 - ... evaluation of all sources of actual or potential pollution on the estuary and its tributaries, and the distance of such sources from the growing areas ; effectiveness and reliability of sewage treatment works; the presence of industrial wastes, pesticides, or radionuclides which would cause a public-health hazard to the consumer of the shellfish ; and the effect of wind, stream flow, and tidal currents in distributing polluting materials over the growing area.

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