South Australian Marine Scalefish Fishery - Part 13 accreditation 2005

Accreditation of a Plan of Management for the Purposes of Part 13
Department of the Environment and Heritage, 29 November 2005

Commonwealth of Australia
Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
Accreditation of a Plan of Management for the Purposes of Part 13

I, Andrew McNee, Assistant Secretary, Marine Environment Branch, as Delegate of the Minister for the Environment and Heritage, being satisfied that:

  • The South Australian Fisheries (Scheme of Management - Marine Scalefish Fisheries) Regulations 1991 and the Fisheries (General) Regulations 2000 in force under the South Australian Fisheries Act 1982, to the extent that the South Australian Marine Scalefish Fishery management regime is a plan of management for the South Australian Marine Scalefish Fishery, requires persons engaged in fishing under the management plan to take all reasonable steps to ensure that members of listed threatened species, listed migratory species, cetaceans and listed marine species are not killed or injured as a result of the fishing; and
  • The fishery to which the management regime relates does not, or is not likely to, adversely affect:
    • the survival or recovery in nature of any listed threatened species; or
    • the conservation status of a listed migratory species, cetacean, or listed marine species or a population of that species,

hereby accredit the South Australian Fisheries (Scheme of Management - Marine Scalefish Fisheries) Regulations 1991 and the Fisheries (General) Regulations 2000 in force under the South Australian Fisheries Act 1982, to the extent that the Regulations apply to the South Australian Marine Scalefish Fishery, pursuant to sections 208A, 222A, 245 and 265 of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) for the purposes of Divisions 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Part 13 of the EPBC Act.

Dated this twenty ninth day of November 2005

[signed]

Andrew McNee
Delegate of the Minister for the Environment and Heritage