Employee News

Tassie Salmon Campaign:

The following information has been developed for Huon Aquaculture employees. With the ongoing attention on the company and the industry from THAT book, we’ve established this site as an information source for our employees. We will include links to communication materials and resources (ie facts and myth-busters!) on the issues currently receiving community attention.

If you have additional concerns or require answers to any issue not covered by these materials, please contact the Communications Team on communications@huonaqua.com.au or via 0418 313 414

Message to staff:

Frances Bender message to staff regarding social media video (16/07/2021) > 


The following documents can be downloaded and shared with your family, friends and community:

Science backs salmon sustainability written by Colin Buxton, published by the Mercury on 13/07/2021 > 

Celebrities lack credibility to commentate written by Eric Abetz, published by the Examiner on 13/07/2021 > 

A ‘toxic’ division that could last for generations written by Brian Wrightman, published by the Examiner 4/7/2021 >

Steve Percival’s opinion piece as published by the Mercury on 9/6/2021 > 

Steve Percival’s letter to the editor as published by the Mercury on 15/6/2021 > 



TSGA newspaper adverts. These adverts are appearing in The Mercury, Examiner and Advocate on Saturdays:

Over the coming weeks and months, the Communications and Marketing teams will be rolling out information across social media platforms. Visit the Huon Aquaculture Facebook page or the Huon Salmon Facebook page for more information and facts about Huon’s operations.

A friendly reminder that when engaging on any social media platform that your actions must align with Huon’s Social Media Policy, Code of Conduct and our Online Community Guidelines. Copies of these documents can be found on the Huon intranet or by contacting the HR team.

If you are approached by members of the public around these issues or about your employment in the industry, be polite, professional and level-headed. It would be helpful for the Communications team to be aware of this interaction so please report it to your line manager.

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