The Seafood HACCP Discussion electronic mailing list was created in 1995 at UC Davis as a service to the seafood industry. On Septmeber 1, 2013, the Seafood HACCP Discussion List was transferred to Oregon State University (see contact information below). The list has over 1100 subscribers worldwide from industry, government and academia. Over 55 countries are represented. The primary purpose of the mailing list is to facilitate information exchange about the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) system of food safety control in the seafood industry. Also, this seafood HACCP research and extension information exchange e-mail list is designed to facilitate information sharing among seafood researchers, industry, regulatory, extension and academic personnel.
ACCEPTABLE content on the listserv includes:
- Seafood industry inquiries on HACCP, processing, safety, and quality issues
- Seafood regulatory inquiries and announcements
- Brief announcements on seafood seafood conferences, short courses, workshops, publications, etc. with contact information [It is best to provide a web address that has registration costs, etc.]
- Career opportunities in the seafood technology field
UNACCEPTABLE content includes:
- E-mailing attached files (instead, files may be announced via the mailing list; subscribers may request the information directly from the person posting availability of the file)
- Commercial activity (self promotion of products and services)
- Cross posting of messages from other mailing lists or bulletin boards
- Political messages
- Violating copyright laws and their fair use provisions through inappropriate reproduction or dissemination of copyrighted text, images, etc.
Violators will be prevented from future postings via the Seafood HACCP Discussion mailing list.
In addition, anyone who sends e-mails to the seafood listserv that do not pertain to seafood technology will be automatically removed from the list of subscribers.
Subscribers, when you send a message to the mailing list, please identify yourself (first and last name, company and location).
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The Seafood HACCP Discussion mailing list and Seafood Network Information Center is now administered by Dr. Christina DeWitt, Director of the Oregon State University Seafood Laboratory, Astoria, Oregon.
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