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Sea Container Risk Management Policy. Tim Chapman Executive Manager Quarantine Operations Division Biosecurity Services Group. In the beginning …. UK 2001 outbreak of foot & mouth disease Risk uncertainty Mandatory intervention on all cargo from 2002 – Increased Quarantine Intervention.

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sea container risk management policy

Sea Container Risk Management Policy

Tim Chapman

Executive Manager

Quarantine Operations Division

Biosecurity Services Group

in the beginning
In the beginning …
  • UK 2001 outbreak of foot & mouth disease
  • Risk uncertainty
  • Mandatory intervention on all cargo from 2002 – Increased Quarantine Intervention
  • External inspection of every arriving sea container
risks soil plant material
Risks – soil & plant material

Shipping container contamination

  • Roof
  • Sides
  • Doors
  • Twist locks
  • Underside
risks insects
Risks - Insects

Insect ‘hitch-hikers’

risks snails
Risks - Snails

Laying eggs in crevices

external container inspection regime 2002 09
External Container Inspection Regime 2002-09
  • Approx 2 million containers per annum
  • 24hr / 7 day inspections at ports
  • High labour costs
  • Routine washing referral
  • Supply chain delays
  • Inflexible
  • Limited analysis
policy direction
Policy direction

“ Australia’s biosecurity system will be most effective if resources are targeted to those areas of greatest return from a risk management perspective ”

One Biosecurity: A Working Partnership

Beale et al 2008

analysis
Analysis
  • Only 296 containers with confirmed exotic specimens - equal to 1 on 17,600 containers on low risk pathways
  • No evidence of foot & mouth disease pathway
  • Increasing cleanliness
  • Reduction in detections
  • High degree of awareness
  • High rate of compliance
consultation
Consultation
  • Biosecurity Australia – technical advice
  • ABARES – data
  • Regional AQIS staff – operations
  • Interest groups – rural
  • AQIS/Industry Cargo Consultative Committee – logistics and industry impact
  • Australian Centre of Excellence for Risk Analysis (ACERA) – modelling and validation
objectives
Objectives
  • Risk-based decision-making
  • Biosecurity continuum
  • Flexibility - adaptation
  • New analytics
  • Continuous review
  • Enhanced reporting
methodology
Methodology
  • AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009 to estimate current levels of risk and predict effects of strategies
  • Incremental introduction to stakeholders
  • Enabling stakeholders to amend practices and assume new responsibilities, supported by information and training packages
  • Improved operational effectiveness throughout transition period
strategies phase i
Strategies - Phase I

Implemented nationally 1 July 2010

  • mandatory intervention (ECIR) phased out for low risk pathways
  • 100% continued intervention on higher risk pathways including rural consignments
  • 100% inspection of (43) Country Action List
strategies phase ii
Strategies - Phase II
  • Offshore capacity building

- New Zealand

- Treatment initiatives

  • Industry co-regulation
  • Rewards for compliance
  • More detailed pathway analysis
scrmp summary
SCRMP Summary
  • Introduces risk management
  • Utilises data, science, logistics & communication across complex high value supply chain
  • Eliminates unnecessary regulatory barriers
  • Identifies & rewards compliance
  • Enables resources to focus on significant and emerging biosecurity risks