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Food safety laws differ across the states and territories of Australia. Ensure that you're meeting federal, state and local requirements.
Each Australian state and territory has its own legislation relating to food safety. Learn what your business needs to do to comply in your state.

Food Safety Laws & Legislation - New South Wales

If you operate a food business in NSW, there are requirements you need to meet that don't apply in other states.

Food Safety Laws & Legislation - Victoria

If you operate a food business in VIC it's crucial to understand your food business classification and which laws to follow.

Food Safety Laws & Legislation - Queensland

It's required by law that most food businesses in QLD have at least one Food Safety Supervisor on staff at all times.

Food Safety Laws & Legislation - Australian Capital Territory

There are strict laws around food safety training in the ACT for both Food Safety Supervisors and Food Handlers.

Food Safety Laws & Legislation - South Australia

Food workers in South Australia must now meet all food safety training requirements as per Food Standard 3.2.2A.

Food Safety Laws & Legislation - Northern Territory

Food Safety Supervisor and Food Handler training are now mandatory in the NT under recent legislation passed by FSANZ.

Food Safety Laws & Legislation - Western Australia

Food Standard 3.2.2A now applies to food businesses in WA and mandates specific training for all food workers.

Food Safety Laws & Legislation - Tasmania

All food workers must be trained as either a Food Safety Supervisor or a Food Handler in Tasmania as per the FSANZ laws.