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HSA goes down under

26 January 2018

In February, HSA’s Technical Director Charlie Mason will be travelling to Australia to give two presentations at RSPCA Australia’s Animal Welfare Seminar in Canberra, as well as run a seminar workshop. 

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New online guide for humane killing during disease control produced

16 January 2018

The HSA has issued a new online guide which covers the humane killing of livestock during disease control operations. 

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Save the date!

16 November 2017

Wednesday 9th May 2018, Jury's Inn, East Midlands Airport

HSA will be holding a one-day seminar for the meat and livestock industry to discuss the animal welfare implications of the implementation and use of CCTV in abattoirs. Go to the Seminar webpage

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CCTV to be introduced in all slaughterhouses in England in 2018

14 November 2017

On Sunday 12th November, The Environment Secretary Michael Gove confirmed that CCTV recording will become mandatory in all slaughterhouses in England next year.   Legislation will be introduced in the New Year, coming into force in the Spring.  All slaughterhouses will be required to comply following an adjustment period of up to six months.

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Christmas cards and other promotional items

22 September 2017

Just a brief reminder that the HSA’s range of Christmas cards and other items are available to purchase online. 

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HSA Research Training Scholars – Update

21 September 2017

The HSA’s two 2015 Research Training Scholars Awal Fuseini at the University of Bristol and Carlos Rebelo at the Royal Veterinary College, are entering their third year of their HSA-funded PhD studies.  You can catch up with their progress in our Annual Report, which has just been published. 

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