Animal Health Australia is the trusted and independent national animal health body in Australia, bringing together government and industry to deliver animal health and biosecurity.
Together with our members, we’re working for a national biosecurity system that provides every opportunity for Australian agriculture to succeed at home and overseas.
Effective communication is crucial for successfully implementing biosecurity practices within an Emergency Animal Disease (EAD) response. A subject that our National Biosecurity Response Team (NBRT) cohort is well-versed in and actively applied during a recent two-day workshop in Sydney. Over 40 mentors and members from all jurisdictions, alongside non-member participants from the Queensland Department of […]
Animal Health Australia (AHA) is integrating the national animal health surveillance programs that we manage on behalf of our Members into AUSPestCheck®, through collaboration with Plant Health Australia (PHA) and the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF). AUSPestCheck® is a centralised system for plant and animal disease surveillance. The animal health surveillance and monitoring […]
Plant Health Australia (PHA), the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Agriculture Victoria, New South Wales Department of Primary Industries, and Animal Health Australia (AHA), have partnered to create the National Biosecurity Training Hub – Australia’s first one-stop shop for biosecurity training. Biosecurity is a national priority to protect our food security, our agriculture industry, […]
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