Aquavetplan enterprise Manual Version 0, 2015
The format of this manual was adapted from similar manuals in AUSVETPLAN. The format and content have been kept as similar as possible to AUSVETPLAN documents, to enable animal health professionals trained in AUSVETPLAN procedures to work efficiently with this document in the event of an aquatic veterinary emergency. The work of the AUSVETPLAN writing teams and the permission to use the original AUSVETPLAN documents are gratefully acknowledged.
The revised manual has been reviewed and approved by the following representatives of government and industry:
The complete series of AQUAVETPLAN documents is available on the internet (www.agriculture.gov.au/animal-plant-health/aquatic/aquavetplan).
How to use this manual
Don’t panic! This manual is not meant to be read from cover to cover.
The manual is divided into three user-friendly sections.
Section A provides general information on emergency responses.
Section B provides information on industry practices relevant to disease control.
Section C provides information on response options.
Appendixes provide information on Australian, state and territory legislation; seafood-borne disease in humans; diseases of concern; animal species currently used for aquaculture in Australia; use of drugs and other chemicals in aquaculture; and useful contact numbers.
1. Read Section A when you receive the manual.
2. Select the production system that relates to the current problem.
To determine which system you are considering, ask:
Is movement of the host controlled?
Is movement of the water controlled?
Then select the appropriate section of the manual.
3. In the event of a disease outbreak, do the following.
Review Section A.
Read the part of Section B relevant to your industry.
Read Section C1 (general principles) and the section relevant to your industry and/or production system.
Check for relevant Disease Strategy manuals and other AQUAVETPLAN documents, when required.
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