Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
- Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority has 131 Employees.
- Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority currently has 1 job openings.
What Is Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority?
The SFPA was established under the provisons of the Sea-Fisheries and Maritime Jurisdiction Act 2006 and is Ireland's competent authority for Seafood Safety and Sea-Fisheries Protection. The Sea Fisheries Protection Authority is committed to the effective and fair regulation of the seafishing and seafood sectors that fall within our mandate. This means all fishing vessels operating within Irelands 200??mile limit, Irish fishing vessels wherever they operate, and all seafood produced in Ireland wherever it is marketed.?? Based in Clonakilty, County Cork, the SFPA has a number of offices in the major ports around the coast, at Killybegs, Ros a' MhÃl, An Daingean, Castletownbere, Dunmore East and Howth. The continued health of Ireland's economy and coastal communities is dependent upon our natural resources being used sustainably. It is important for Ireland to have well managed fisheries and the SFPA will continue to engage with the fishing industry to promote compliance with the essential requirements of the legislation. SFPA supports a sustainable and profitable commercial fishing sector, while protecting and conserving fisheries resources for long-term exploitation. The SFPA have introduced a confidential telephone line: 1890 76 76 76. We encourage anyone who is aware of any suspect activity to contact us on this number with the relevant information. Sea Fisheries Protection, Seafood Safety, Regulation of seafood and sea fisheries, Collaboration with EU and other regulatory bodieskeywords:N/A