(1) The Governor-General may, by Order in Council made on the recommendation of the Minister, make regulations for all or any of the following purposes:
(a) stating matters relating to the content and purpose of a food control plan for the food sectors referred to in section 20(3)(a):
(b) prescribing controls, restrictions, requirements, and prohibitions in relation to a food sector, including provisions about how a food sector must manage or deal with risks that arise from trading in food:
(c) prescribing verification requirements, including provisions that deal with the frequency, intensity, and cost of verification and that require a person to allow verifiers to enter a place for the purpose of carrying out verifications:
(d) prescribing requirements for the registration of food control plans and providing for the manner and form in which a person must register a food control plan:
(e) prescribing requirements for the validation and evaluation of food control plans:
(f) providing for any other matters that may be necessary or desirable to give effect to or to administer the registration of food control plans:
(g) requiring persons who operate under food control plans to undergo appropriate training, or to demonstrate competency, in relation to the safety and suitability of food, food production, and food processing and handling, and to provide training for staff as appropriate:
(h) requiring the supervision of certain specified persons and the use of equipment in certain specified circumstances:
(i) requiring reports to be made in respect of breaches of a food control plan:
(j) requiring samples and tests to be carried out in relation to matters covered by a food control plan and for the results of those tests to be reported to the chief executive:
(k) prescribing any other matters that may be necessary to ensure that a food control plan effectively minimises and manages risks to public health and protects and promotes public health:
(l) prescribing requirements relating to the safety and suitability of food and to good operating practice:
(m) prescribing any other matters that may be necessary for the purpose of giving effect to the implementation of food control plans.
(2) Before recommending the making of regulations under this section, the Minister must be satisfied that there has been appropriate consultation on the regulations in accordance with section 341.
(3) This section does not limit the generality of section 347.