What you need to know about food safety and safety in Australia

The Australian Government has banned all schools and universities from using food-related products in classrooms, with some institutes restricting them.

The Federal Government’s ban is aimed at preventing food-borne illness outbreaks.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) said more than 4,000 Australians had been diagnosed with food-safety-related illnesses this year, including more than 10 deaths.

The ABC has contacted a number of Australian universities for comment on the government’s new guidelines.

The Government has asked that universities and colleges follow the guidelines for all food-based products.

Students are advised to avoid using food at all times.

However, there are a number exceptions, with many universities including a few universities in the state of Western Australia, which has a large Muslim population.

Some universities in Australia have also banned the use of any food-derived products.

Federal Minister for Health Michael McCormack has said the guidelines will be implemented from next year.

The Government has said its new guidelines are about ensuring the safety of all students and staff at Australian universities and other public institutions, including students, staff, and students, as well as the general public.

“It’s about ensuring that we are able to maintain our academic environment, to ensure that students are able and comfortable with the food they’re eating, and also the students themselves, as they get older,” Mr McCormack said.

“We are going to work with universities to ensure we are following the guidelines in all our universities and we will also work with the community to ensure there is a safe and secure environment for students and their families.”

The ABC has reached out to all Australian universities, colleges, and other institutions with a food-safe product for comment.

Students, staff and students in Australia should: stay off all foods that have been linked to food-to-deaths outbreaks.