Licensed Fish Receiver Premise Inspection Form

Inspection Details

  • Date and Time

  • Officer

  • Warrant No

LFR Premise Details

  • Photo Of Premise

  • LFR Name

  • Client Number

  • Premise Description

  • Contact

  • Contact Position

Sector

  • Sector

  • Fishery

Origin of Inspected Landings/Fishers Identified

    Identifier
  • Identifier (enter Vessel ID & Name)

  • Permit No Used

  • Skipper

Areas For Inspection

  • Fish Receiving Areas

  • Freezers

  • Inventory Systems

  • Landing Documents

  • LFR License

  • LFR Returns

  • Other 1 (specify)

  • Other 2 (specify)

  • Other Documents (specify)

  • Packing Area

  • Processing Area

  • Purchase Invoices

  • Sales Documents

  • Trucks

Unloading Sheet

  • Date of Transaction

  • Vessel Name

  • Date of Transaction

  • Person by Whom Fish Taken if Different From Person Above

  • Number and Type of Containers

  • Species, Landed State and Weight in Kilos of the Fish Received

  • Reference to the Eventual Purchase Invoice in Respect of the Fish

Purchase Invoice

  • Date of Transaction

  • Vessel Name

  • Name of the Quota Holder/Permit Holder by Whom the Fish Were Caught and Their QRN or FIN #

  • Species, Landed State and Greenweight in Kilos of the Fish

  • Any Deductions of the Fish Received but not Paid for and any Allowance for Ice

  • A Reference to the Unloading Docket Number Prepared in Respect of the Fish

Defined State/Conversion Factors

  • Has the Correct Defined State(s) of the Fish Been Recorded on the Unl;oading Sheet or Purchase Invoice

  • Have the Correct Conversion Factor(s) Been Applied to the Landed State to Obtain Greenweight

Stock on Hand Inventory

  • LFR Maintains a Stock Inventory Which is Updated at Intervals not Exceeding 1 Month

Comparisons

  • Uplift Landing Information for Comparison with CELR and LFR Returns

  • Comments/Follow - Up

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