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Infected Premises Operations Induction. Avian Influenza. What do we do?. Deliver a clean site to the owner/manager efficiently and safely while maintaining bio-security. Field Activities. Valuation. All birds and materials likely to be destroyed are valued for compensation.

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what do we do
What do we do?

Deliver a clean site to the owner/manager efficiently and safely while maintaining bio-security.

valuation
Valuation

All birds and materials likely to be destroyed are valued for compensation.

  • Use farm records for numbers & ages
  • Take photos of exotic/rare species
  • Record likely materials

eg feed, packaging

destruction
Destruction

Birds are culled using a method that maintains animal welfare & reduces exposure of personnel

  • Method – eg use of CO2 – see SOP
  • Maintain feed, water & environment
  • Risk assessment to be reviewed at start
  • Maintain records
disposal
Disposal

Carcasses & materials are disposed of using a method that maintains bio-security & reduces exposure of personnel

  • Method – eg composting in shed, disposal off site, disposal on site, burning
  • Limit numbers of people on site
  • Risk assessment to be reviewed at start
  • Maintain records
decontamination
Decontamination

Buildings & equipment are decontaminated twice prior to stock introduction

  • Use an approved method & chemical
  • Use PPE
  • Risk assessment to be reviewed at start
  • Avoid environmental damage
  • Maintain records
pest control
Pest Control

Control pests that could transfer virus away from contaminated areas. eg rodents, insects, wild dogs

  • Identify relevant pests
  • Use baits in sheds prior to lock up
  • Co-ordinate eradication (destruction or trapping) of larger wild animals
auditing
Auditing

Audits check what we say we are doing against what is actually happening.

  • Check tasks are completed
  • Check records are completed
  • Improve effectiveness & efficiency
  • Improve induction & training programs
  • Check compliance to risk assessment & regulations
  • Maintain health & safety
ip operations roles ldcc
IP Operations Roles - LDCC

Responsibilities are listed in Ausvetplan

  • IP Operations Manager
    • Coordinators
      • Valuation
      • Destruction
      • Disposal
      • Decontamination
      • Pest Control
      • Audits
      • Gate Control
      • Induction & Training
    • Administration Officer
      • Clerical Officers
ip operations roles field
IP Operations Roles - Field
  • Sector Leader (for every 5-7 SS)
    • Site Supervisor (SS)
      • Team Leader (s)
      • Team Members
      • Contractors
      • Owners & managers
      • Site workers & families
      • All visitors to the site

eg. auditors, vets, safety officers

    • Gate Control
considerations
Considerations

Will these impact on how you do your job?

  • Community – schools, businesses, sport
  • Environment – run off, dust, air pollution
  • Political – impact of decisions
  • Technical – approval required
  • Social – families, public health, visitors, animal welfare
  • Economic – local expenditure, trade
bio security
Bio-Security

Operations are to be performed to ensure the virus is not spread to, from

or within the site.

  • Follow entry/exit procedure – see SOP
  • Minimal entry of authorised people & equipment
  • Adherence to ‘no contact’ period with specified livestock after the operations
health safety of people
Health & Safety of People

Operations must be performed to maintain the safety of all personnel involved.

  • Follow OH&S AI field operations procedure – see SOP
  • Manage risk using risk assessments
  • Perform audits to check compliance
personal disinfection
Personal Disinfection

AI can be spread to humans resulting in illness and sometimes death.

To reduce the possibility of infection:

  • Know the virus transfer mechanism
  • High risk areas – restrict access
  • Wear and maintain your PPE
  • Wash hands & face thoroughly
  • Comply with SOPs & risk assessments
risk assessments
Risk Assessments

Risk assessments are conducted by Site Supervisors and Team Leaders for each activity & updated regularly.

  • Maintain health & safety
  • Improve work processes
  • Maintain bio-security
  • Reduce environmental damage
  • Minimise impact on community
  • Maintain animal welfare
conducting risk assessments
Conducting Risk Assessments
  • Use standard form – see form
  • Completed or reviewed by Site Supervisor on initial entry to site
  • Updated when:
      • activities change
      • accident or near miss occurs
      • new issues identified on site or on other sites
  • Consult owner/manager, team leaders etc.
  • Notify Sector Leader or LDCC when required
communication
Communication

Personnel must communicate clearly & concisely using standard formats to maintain safe & efficient operation.

  • Report to your supervisor only
  • Brief & debrief personnel daily - SMEAC
  • SS to complete SITREP (situation report) daily by 2pm
  • Use an EVENT LOG
  • If you don’t know – ASK!
tracking personnel equipment
Tracking Personnel & Equipment

Personnel & equipment will be tracked using T-cards.

  • Each resource (person, team or equipment) to have 2 cards – LDCC & at site
  • Records
      • Name & contact details
      • Induction
      • Training
      • Relevant skills
      • Daily work location
      • Daily duties
  • Timesheets to be initialed daily by supervisor
rules of engagement
Rules of Engagement
  • Know your job & stick to it
  • Report to your supervisor
  • Complete your records
  • Keep people safe
  • Follow SOP’s and risk assessments
  • Finish tasks you start