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The Australian Meat Industry Council (AMIC) is the Peak Council that represents retailers, processors, exporters and smallgoods manufacturers in the post-farm-gate meat industry.

The NSW/ACT State Competitions


 

The Finals took place on a sunny Saturday in late October at Osborne Park on Wollongong's beautiful harbour. Sausage Kings from the 19 areas in the State Regional Competition sent their prized sausages to be judged by seasoned judges from within the industry and AMIC's sponsors. Entries for the Best Butcher's Burger Competition were also grilled to perfection to find the state's best.

The Awards Dinner was held that same evening at the Chifley Hotel in Wollongong where winners were announced, including those of the Smallgoods Competition, which was held earlier in the month. The AMIC/Neild & Co NSW/ACT Apprentice of the Year winner was also awarded.


List of winners | Awards presentation photos | Awards Dinner gallery

Judges and competition gallery | Apprentice Competition | Apprentice profiles 
New Meat Lumping Video & Fact Sheets
 
Queensland Competitions & Events

These are now available in the WH&S/Workers Compensation database in the HR/IR secure section. Please click to login or request one.

For all Work, Health & Safety and Worker's Compensation updates, amendments & news for states, territories and national, please click here
 
The 2014 Tasmanian Competitions
 
A History of Meat Processing in Australia
      Melinda Gibson of             sponsor AMIST Super
The Tasmanian Sausage King, Best Tassie Butcher's Burger and Apprentice of the Year Competitions have been run and won.

Congratulations to all the winners!
Read more here
See photos here

  AMIC's National Processing Director Stephen Martyn has written a book on the history of meat processing in Australia. 

Read more in the Information Sheet first and then fill out the Order Form for your book.

Incentives for Employers and Apprentices
 
The AMIC Master Butcher of Australia 



There are changes to the financial benefits for both employers and apprentices including the new trade support loans.

Please Login to our HR Secure section to read more.
 

This is a recognised industry achievement signifying a person is at the top of their trade & experienced beyond the trade qualification. Attained through an application and assessment process. Please contact your local AMIC office for applications. 

2014 Wage Review Decision
 
Australian Livestock Processing Industry Animal Welfare Certification System (AAWCS)

Members can view the new wage rates by logging into the HR secure section. Please click to login or request one.

For more detailed information please click to the Fair Work Commission website.
Please see this link to the PAYG Weekly Tax Table.

    The AAWCS is an independently audited certification program used by Australian livestock processors to demonstrate compliance with the industry best practice animal welfare standards. Read more
Find out more about AMIC’s commitment to best practice animal welfare here.
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