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1. Australia’s quarantine policy — science in practice. A state government perspective Dr Warren Hoey, Director-General Department of Primary Industries, Queensland. Shared responsibility. governments. industry. general public. Governments’ responsibilities .

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australia s quarantine policy science in practice

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Australia’s quarantine policy—science in practice

A state government perspective

Dr Warren Hoey, Director-General

Department of Primary Industries, Queensland

shared responsibility
Shared responsibility

governments

industry

general public

state biosecurity activities
State biosecurity activities
  • risk analysis
  • preparedness—infrastructure and training
  • risk management
    • prevention of entry, establishment or spread
    • surveillance for early detection or market access
    • responses to exotics and major endemics
  • market access facilitation
maximising trade
Maximising trade
  • active involvement in international standard setting
  • interstate harmonisation supported by dispute resolution arrangements
  • jurisdictions assuming administrative responsibility for restrictions applied
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