Meat Inspectors inspect animal carcasses, internal organs and meat processing facilities for disease to ensure compliance with government and industry standards with respect to quality and health.
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You usually need a certificate III or IV in meat processing (meat safety) to work as a Meat Inspector.
Take a Certificate III in Food Processing
Take a Certificate II in Resource Processing