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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Deliver a clean site to the owner/manager efficiently and safely while maintaining bio-security.
All birds and materials likely to be destroyed are valued for compensation.
eg feed, packaging
Birds are culled using a method that maintains animal welfare & reduces exposure of personnel
Carcasses & materials are disposed of using a method that maintains bio-security & reduces exposure of personnel
Buildings & equipment are decontaminated twice prior to stock introduction
Control pests that could transfer virus away from contaminated areas. eg rodents, insects, wild dogs
Audits check what we say we are doing against what is actually happening.
Responsibilities are listed in Ausvetplan
eg. auditors, vets, safety officers
Will these impact on how you do your job?
Operations are to be performed to ensure the virus is not spread to, from
or within the site.
Operations must be performed to maintain the safety of all personnel involved.
AI can be spread to humans resulting in illness and sometimes death.
To reduce the possibility of infection:
Risk assessments are conducted by Site Supervisors and Team Leaders for each activity & updated regularly.
Personnel must communicate clearly & concisely using standard formats to maintain safe & efficient operation.
Personnel & equipment will be tracked using T-cards.