Perform post-mortem inspection - Wild game

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Elements and Performance Criteria

Element

Performance criteria

Elements describe the essential outcomes.

Performance criteria describe the performance needed to demonstrate achievement of the element.

1. Identify base anatomical structure systems of wild game

1.1 Identify organs of wild game

1.2 Identify and explain lymphatic, circulatory, digestive, urinary, nervous and respiratory systems

1.3 Identify basic skeletal structure of wild game

2. Inspect carcases prior to processing

2.1 Identify reasons for pre-processing inspection and the grounds for carcases being unfit for processing

2.2 Procedures for identifying and condemning carcases unfit for processing are followed

3. Identify the main reasons for post-mortem inspection

3.1 Identify reasons for post-mortem inspection

3.2 Identify regulatory requirements associated with post-mortem inspection

4. Perform post-mortem inspection of wild game

4.1 Follow procedures for post-mortem inspection

4.2 Identify and detect abnormalities

4.3 Perform post-mortem inspection wild game in accordance with regulatory requirements, hygiene and sanitation requirements and workplace health and safety requirements, in a work environment and under normal production conditions

4.4 Identify Quality Assurance (QA) issues of post-mortem inspection

5. Make disposition

5.1 Detect and identify common diseases and conditions responsible for abnormalities in wild game

5.2 Identify and explain symptoms of major emergency diseases

5.3 Make disposition in accordance with the Australian Standard or any relevant importing country requirement

6. Treat affected carcase appropriately

6.1 Treat carcase in accordance with regulatory, hygiene and sanitation, and workplace health and safety requirements

6.2 Demonstrate anatomical knowledge of carcase in the disposition process

7. Describe the procedures followed for retained carcase on the slaughter floor

7.1 Identify and describe procedures for retained carcase in accordance with workplace and regulatory requirements

8. Identify and use Personal and Protective Equipment (PPE) required to perform post-mortem inspection

8.1 Identify and explain the purpose of the PPE equipment required for post-mortem inspection

8.2 Use equipment in accordance with QA and workplace requirements

8.3 Use, maintain and store Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in accordance with workplace health and safety requirements

9. Take pathological and residue samples to assist in determining disposition

9.1 Identify lesions and tissues necessary for determining dispositions

9.2 Collect and submit specimens according to workplace procedures

9.3 Retain carcases awaiting results according to workplace procedures

9.4 Interpret results