By Jørgen M. Westergaard
Outbreaks of infectious animal ailments in the final 10 - 15 years in components with in depth cattle construction have proven how susceptible the creation platforms may be while faced with a pandemic of a hugely infectious disorder akin to avian influenza, foot and mouth illness or classical swine fever. The veterinary administrations of the Nordic and Baltic international locations have verified contingency plans; the targets of the plans include:
- to guard animal and human health
- to reduce monetary loss for the cattle zone and the society as a whole
- to reduce harm to the environment.
This e-book offers details on measures to be thought of in contingency making plans; the measures take into account:
- the pre-epidemic interval; affliction prevention
- the epidemic interval; ailment eradication
- the post-epidemic interval; regaining of animal overall healthiness status
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Extra resources for Contingency Planning for Animal Diseases: Baltic Seminar on "Contingency Planning for the next Decade" held 19 - 20 September 2012 Helsinki, Finland
Den epidemiske periode (”Krigstid”). Den post-epidemiske periode (Tiden til brug for rehabilitering). Alle aktiviteter, som bliver udført i de 3 forskellige perioder, er tæt relaterede; men ikke desto mindre kræver forskellige træningsprogrammer for at sikre tilstedeværelse af optimale færdigheder. De indlæg, som blev givet på seminaret og under panel diskussionen omhandlende smittebeskyttelse, gav et glimrende grundlag for værdifuld udveksling af synspunkter og drøftelser imellem mødedeltagerne.
12:20 Session I: Contingency planning at international and national level Chair: Dr. Sirpa Kiviruusu, Finland 12:20 The future livestock production – trends, challenge, threats and opportunities Dr. Jan Dahl, Chief Advisor of the Danish Agriculture and Food Council 13:05 What is contingency planning in the area of animal health? Dr. Jørgen M. Westergaard, ADC-Consult, Denmark 13:40 Coffee break 14:10 The OIE and Global Contingency Planning Dr. Alain Dehove, Coordinator of the OIE World Animal Health and Welfare Fund, the World Organisation for Animal health, OIE, Paris 14:55 The legislative framework for contingency planning in the EU Dr.
Who shall pay? ” So far, problems with notifiable diseases have been a case for the veterinary authorities of the Member States. This new concept implies that the main responsibility for the prevention of notifiable animal diseases will be in the hands of the individual farmer. Disease prevention at farm level has so far not been dealt with as a Community matter so the costs for such measures has been borne by the individual farmers as a normal part of their biosecurity measures. The Commission has considered the possibility of finding a solution where investments in biosecurity on farm level could receive co-financing via some of the existing agricultural support systems.