Sep 3, 2021
OSPRI have extended NAIT reporting timeframes reflecting the fact that the Contact Centre will be operating at reduced capacity (8am – 4.30pm) during Covid-19 Alert Level 4.
- Time to register as a PICA/PICA delegate extends from 48 hours to five business days.
- Declaration of a movement extends from 48 hours to five business days.
- Animal exit declaration extends from 48 hours to five business days.
- PICAs receiving untagged animal - timeframe to tag the animal extends from 48 hours to five business days.
- NAIT accreditation standards, and tag manufacturer/device standard - all reporting and error notification (various timeframes) extend to five business days.
These timeframes apply until Thursday 2 September and will be reviewed then. Kevin Forward (Head of Traceability, OSPRI) advised yesterday afternoon that he’d received confirmation that the reporting timeframes have been extended for another two weeks. gazette.govt.nz/notice/id/2021-gs3774 >>
OSPRI NZ will also be returning to normal operating hours at the contact centre as they have managed to enable more customer service representatives with the necessary technology to work from home.
Keep up to date with the latest information at ospri.co.nz/news-and-events/extension-to-nait-timeframes/