Test Your Stink Bug Knowledge With This Quick QUIZ!

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China is not a target risk country.

Correct! Wrong!

Steel and aluminium are considered high-risk goods, and therefore require mandatory treatment.

Correct! Wrong!

What is the new stink bug season date?

Correct! Wrong!

If you pack NON-target risk goods in a container with target risk goods, the whole container will be subject to intervention.

Correct! Wrong!

Glass and glass ware are target risk goods.

Correct! Wrong!

They are HIGH-risk goods, therefore must be treated.

Full Container Load (FCL) and Less than Container Load (LCL) must be treated offshore.

Correct! Wrong!

They can be treated both onshore and offshore, as long as it is with an approved treatment provider.

Target risk goods can enter Australia provided that they come with a special Exemption Declaration.

Correct! Wrong!

Only for very specific situations, an exemption may be provided where goods are being imported for the use of delivering emergency services and the measures will significantly impact the delivery of that service to state or federal government.

For onshore treatment, desconsolidation or segregation of goods will be permitted.

Correct! Wrong!

Deconsolidation or segregation of goods will NOT be permitted. Onshore treatment will be subject to early reporting and will be permitted to move to an Approved Arrangement site for treatment at the container level.

Which of these items are considered Risk Goods?

Correct! Wrong!

Paper, paperboard and printing articles are considered Risk Goods. They do not require mandatory treatment but will be subject to random inspection.

Even if your goods are being exported from a non-risk country, but were manufactured in an affected country, treatment will still be required.

Correct! Wrong!

If you decide to ship high risk goods without a treatment certificate you must have your goods treated immediately upon arrival.

Test Your Stink Bug Knowledge With This Quick QUIZ!

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China is not a target risk country.

Correct! Wrong!

Steel and aluminium are considered high-risk goods, and therefore require mandatory treatment.

Correct! Wrong!

What is the new stink bug season date?

Correct! Wrong!

If you pack NON-target risk goods in a container with target risk goods, the whole container will be subject to intervention.

Correct! Wrong!

Glass and glass ware are target risk goods.

Correct! Wrong!

They are HIGH-risk goods, therefore must be treated.

Full Container Load (FCL) and Less than Container Load (LCL) must be treated offshore.

Correct! Wrong!

They can be treated both onshore and offshore, as long as it is with an approved treatment provider.

Target risk goods can enter Australia provided that they come with a special Exemption Declaration.

Correct! Wrong!

Only for very specific situations, an exemption may be provided where goods are being imported for the use of delivering emergency services and the measures will significantly impact the delivery of that service to state or federal government.

For onshore treatment, desconsolidation or segregation of goods will be permitted.

Correct! Wrong!

Deconsolidation or segregation of goods will NOT be permitted. Onshore treatment will be subject to early reporting and will be permitted to move to an Approved Arrangement site for treatment at the container level.

Which of these items are considered Risk Goods?

Correct! Wrong!

Paper, paperboard and printing articles are considered Risk Goods. They do not require mandatory treatment but will be subject to random inspection.

Even if your goods are being exported from a non-risk country, but were manufactured in an affected country, treatment will still be required.

Correct! Wrong!

If you decide to ship high risk goods without a treatment certificate you must have your goods treated immediately upon arrival.

Test Your Stink Bug Knowledge With This Quick QUIZ!

Share your Results:

0%

China is not a target risk country.

Correct! Wrong!

Steel and aluminium are considered high-risk goods, and therefore require mandatory treatment.

Correct! Wrong!

What is the new stink bug season date?

Correct! Wrong!

If you pack NON-target risk goods in a container with target risk goods, the whole container will be subject to intervention.

Correct! Wrong!

Glass and glass ware are target risk goods.

Correct! Wrong!

They are HIGH-risk goods, therefore must be treated.

Full Container Load (FCL) and Less than Container Load (LCL) must be treated offshore.

Correct! Wrong!

They can be treated both onshore and offshore, as long as it is with an approved treatment provider.

Target risk goods can enter Australia provided that they come with a special Exemption Declaration.

Correct! Wrong!

Only for very specific situations, an exemption may be provided where goods are being imported for the use of delivering emergency services and the measures will significantly impact the delivery of that service to state or federal government.

For onshore treatment, desconsolidation or segregation of goods will be permitted.

Correct! Wrong!

Deconsolidation or segregation of goods will NOT be permitted. Onshore treatment will be subject to early reporting and will be permitted to move to an Approved Arrangement site for treatment at the container level.

Which of these items are considered Risk Goods?

Correct! Wrong!

Paper, paperboard and printing articles are considered Risk Goods. They do not require mandatory treatment but will be subject to random inspection.

Even if your goods are being exported from a non-risk country, but were manufactured in an affected country, treatment will still be required.

Correct! Wrong!

If you decide to ship high risk goods without a treatment certificate you must have your goods treated immediately upon arrival.

Test Your Stink Bug Knowledge With This Quick QUIZ!

Share your Results:

0%

China is not a target risk country.

Correct! Wrong!

Steel and aluminium are considered high-risk goods, and therefore require mandatory treatment.

Correct! Wrong!

What is the new stink bug season date?

Correct! Wrong!

If you pack NON-target risk goods in a container with target risk goods, the whole container will be subject to intervention.

Correct! Wrong!

Glass and glass ware are target risk goods.

Correct! Wrong!

They are HIGH-risk goods, therefore must be treated.

Full Container Load (FCL) and Less than Container Load (LCL) must be treated offshore.

Correct! Wrong!

They can be treated both onshore and offshore, as long as it is with an approved treatment provider.

Target risk goods can enter Australia provided that they come with a special Exemption Declaration.

Correct! Wrong!

Only for very specific situations, an exemption may be provided where goods are being imported for the use of delivering emergency services and the measures will significantly impact the delivery of that service to state or federal government.

For onshore treatment, desconsolidation or segregation of goods will be permitted.

Correct! Wrong!

Deconsolidation or segregation of goods will NOT be permitted. Onshore treatment will be subject to early reporting and will be permitted to move to an Approved Arrangement site for treatment at the container level.

Which of these items are considered Risk Goods?

Correct! Wrong!

Paper, paperboard and printing articles are considered Risk Goods. They do not require mandatory treatment but will be subject to random inspection.

Even if your goods are being exported from a non-risk country, but were manufactured in an affected country, treatment will still be required.

Correct! Wrong!

If you decide to ship high risk goods without a treatment certificate you must have your goods treated immediately upon arrival.

Test Your Stink Bug Knowledge With This Quick QUIZ!

Share your Results:

0%

China is not a target risk country.

Correct! Wrong!

Steel and aluminium are considered high-risk goods, and therefore require mandatory treatment.

Correct! Wrong!

What is the new stink bug season date?

Correct! Wrong!

If you pack NON-target risk goods in a container with target risk goods, the whole container will be subject to intervention.

Correct! Wrong!

Glass and glass ware are target risk goods.

Correct! Wrong!

They are HIGH-risk goods, therefore must be treated.

Full Container Load (FCL) and Less than Container Load (LCL) must be treated offshore.

Correct! Wrong!

They can be treated both onshore and offshore, as long as it is with an approved treatment provider.

Target risk goods can enter Australia provided that they come with a special Exemption Declaration.

Correct! Wrong!

Only for very specific situations, an exemption may be provided where goods are being imported for the use of delivering emergency services and the measures will significantly impact the delivery of that service to state or federal government.

For onshore treatment, desconsolidation or segregation of goods will be permitted.

Correct! Wrong!

Deconsolidation or segregation of goods will NOT be permitted. Onshore treatment will be subject to early reporting and will be permitted to move to an Approved Arrangement site for treatment at the container level.

Which of these items are considered Risk Goods?

Correct! Wrong!

Paper, paperboard and printing articles are considered Risk Goods. They do not require mandatory treatment but will be subject to random inspection.

Even if your goods are being exported from a non-risk country, but were manufactured in an affected country, treatment will still be required.

Correct! Wrong!

If you decide to ship high risk goods without a treatment certificate you must have your goods treated immediately upon arrival.

Test Your Stink Bug Knowledge With This Quick QUIZ!

Share your Results: