An informative pack to upskill your students on Policy and Legislation.
This resource covers Policy and Legislation causes and effects, and their impact on the Australian Food Industry.
This pack is designed to be a visual cue for students that is displayed year-round. The poster pack has an accompanying PowerPoint presentation to run through the information with the students, and a worksheet that will extend students to build their knowledge and skills when explaining policy and legislation.
- 16 slide PowerPoint presentation
- 16 x A4 Policy and Legislation posters:
- Policy and Legislation NSW syllabus breakdown poster
- Environmental Health Officer (EHO)
- NSW Food Act 2003
- Protection of the Environment operations Act 1997
- National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan 2013-2023
- Fair Trading Act 1987
- Food and Nutrition Policy 1992
- Australia’s Foreign Investment Policy 1975
- Work Health and Safety Act 2011
- Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1979
- Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991
- Fisheries Management Act 1991
- Dairy Produce Act 1986
- Imported Food Control Act 1992
- Gene Technology Act 2000 (amended 2019)
- Competition and Consumer Act 2010
- 1-page Policy and Legislation Explain worksheet
Please Note: This digital resource is the same as the physical resource HSC Food Technology Policy & Legislation.
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