Fish Health Inspectorate Service Charter
Details of the fish health inspectorate service charter.
The Fish Health Inspectorate is part of Marine Scotland, a directorate of the Scottish Government. The Inspectorate covers the whole of Scotland and comprises the operations manager, four technical managers, twelve fish health inspectors, one aquaculture planning co-ordinator, one aquaculture planning assistant and one administrator.
This document explains the standards and quality of service we aim to provide in our dealings with you. It tells you:
- how to contact us
- what we do
- what you can expect from us, and the standards to which we work
- what to do if you have a complaint or appeal
- what we ask of you
This service charter will be periodically reviewed and updated where necessary.
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Original article link: https://www.gov.scot/publications/fish-health-inspectorate-service-charter/
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