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Informing EAD Responses – AUSVETPLAN

Animal Health Australia manages the development and review of the Australian Veterinary Emergency Plan (AUSVETPLAN) on behalf of its members.

AUSVETPLAN contains the nationally-agreed approach for responding to emergency animal disease (EAD) incidents in Australia. The plan is captured in a series of manuals and supporting documents.

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Overview

Version 5.1

African horse sickness

VERSION 5.0

African swine fever

VERSION 5.1

African swine fever response operational guidelines for pig abattoirs

Version 5.0

Anthrax

VERSION 5.0

Artificial breeding centres

VERSION 5.0

Aujeszky’s disease

VERSION 5.0

Avian influenza

VERSION 5.2

Beef cattle feedlots

VERSION 5.0

Bluetongue

VERSION 4.0

Bovine brucellosis

VERSION 5.0

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

VERSION 5.0

Classical scrapie

VERSION 5.0

Classical swine fever

VERSION 4.0

Control centres part 1

VERSION 5.0

Control centres part 2

VERSION 5.0

Dairy (cattle) industry

VERSION 5.0

Declared areas and allocation of premises classifications in an emergency animal disease response

VERSION 5.1

Decontamination

VERSION 5.1

Destruction of animals

VERSION 3.2

Disposal

VERSION 5.0

Dissection and sterile collection of major lymph nodes in cattle

VERSION 5.0

Equine influenza

VERSION 5.0

Foot-and-mouth disease

VERSION 5.3

Guidelines for providing comments on AUSVETPLAN

VERSION 5.0

Hendra virus

VERSION 5.0

HPAI Chicken Meat Welfare report

VERSION 1.0

Infectious bursal disease

VERSION 5.0

Influenza A viruses in swine response policy brief

VERSION 4.0

Japanese encephalitis

VERSION 5.0

Laboratory preparedness

VERSION 5.0

Livestock welfare and management

VERSION 3.0

Lumpy skin disease

VERSION 5.2

Lyssaviruses

VERSION 5.0

Meat processing

VERSION 5.0

Movement controls

VERSION 5.0

National livestock standstill decision matrix for FMD

VERSION 1.0

Newcastle disease

VERSION 5.0

Operational guidance on the decontamination of wool and wool facilities

VERSION 5.0

Persistence of disease agents in carcases and animal products

VERSION 3.0

Peste des petits ruminants

VERSION 5.0

Pig welfare in FMD EAD report

VERSION 1.0

Porcine epidemic diarrhoea

VERSION 5.0

Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome

VERSION 5.0

Pork industry

VERSION 5.0

Poultry industry

VERSION 5.0

Response policy briefs

VERSION 3.6

Rift Valley fever

VERSION 5.1

Rinderpest

VERSION 5.0

Risk-based assessment of disease control options for rare and valuable animals

VERSION 5.1

Saleyards and transport

VERSION 5.0

Screw-worm fly

VERSION 5.0

Sheep and goat pox

VERSION 5.0

Surra

VERSION 5.0

Tracing and product recall from export-certified abattoirs affected by African swine fever

Version 5.0

Tracing and surveillance

VERSION 5.0

Transmissible gastroenteritis

VERSION 4.0

Understanding and responding to Culicoides

VERSION 5.1
LAST UPDATED: 14 Nov 2023

Valuation and compensation

VERSION 5.1

Vesicular stomatitis

VERSION 5.0

Wild animal response strategy

VERSION 5.0

Wool industry

VERSION 5.0

Zoos

VERSION 3.0

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AHA gives no warranty that the information contained in AUSVETPLAN or the related resource documents, is correct or complete and shall not be liable for any loss howsoever caused, whether due to negligence or other circumstances, arising from use of reliance on this information.