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The APVMA maintains a social media presence to support our commitment to on-going engagement with stakeholders and the broader community on the regulation of agricultural and veterinary chemicals.
You can find us at these social media channels:
If you follow @APVMA you can expect tweets that promote the work of the APVMA, including:
- alerts about new content from our online and digital channels
- upcoming events
- public consultations
- notifications of the APVMA gazette and APVMA regulatory update
- media releases
- other relevant government, legislative or regulatory information.
The full APVMA Twitter operating policy is available on our website.
General enquiries about products and chemicals
The APVMA will not respond to general enquiries about specific regulatory matters or the progress of applications for product registrations or active approvals through any social media channel—these should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The APVMA will not respond to media enquiries on social media—media enquiries should be directed to email@example.com.
Identifying appropriate or inappropriate material
The APVMA will make reasonable efforts to ensure inappropriate material on its social media channels is identified and moderated.
However, we reserve the right to remove any posts or comments at our discretion.
The APVMA will not engage on issues of agvet policy, politics or issues outside its statutory roles and responsibilities, except to clarify its role.
The Australian Government's Stay Smart Online provides guidance on how to keep safe from online secrity risks.