AHA will be at AAA's National Alpaca Show talking all things on-farm biosecurity to protect the health of your herd.
Who: This seminar is being organised by the ACT Government for veterinarians in the ACT and surrounding areas.
Content: The seminar will highlight the responsibilities of veterinarians in an Animal Disease Emergency. The following topics will be covered:
Continuing Professional Development: VetEd points to be confirmed.
Cost: There is no registration fee. Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided.
Contact: Please contact Kyeelee Driver at Kyeelee.email@example.com or 6207 2357 for further information or to register your attendance.
Australian pork producers are on high alert for African swine fever, as it spreads through parts of Asia and Europe. Please attend the NSW Farmers African Swine Fever Workshop on 22 October in Young, NSW, to learn more about the disease and how to make your farm African swine fever bio-secure.
For further information please contact:
Emily Simpson - Policy Advisor - Livestock
02 9478 1003 | firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is being delivered as part of the professional development program for National Biosecurity Response Team (NBRT) members. Based on BERTA materials, the workshop aim is to build participants’ knowledge and skills which will enable their effective management of the PI function during a biosecurity emergency response. In addition to NBRT members from the Public Information cohort, some Queensland staff and members of the National Biosecurity Communication and Engagement Network (NBCEN) will also be in attendance.
The workshop will be preceded by an induction of new Public Information members to the NBRT.
Further info: contact NBRT@animalhealthaustralia.com.au
Please note: the workshop will conclude at 3:30pm on the final day.
Australian red meat producers and stakeholders are invited to attend Red Meat 2019 in Tamworth.
Red Meat 2019 is a free event, however registration is essential to assist our planning and catering requirements.
Please visit the Red Meat 2019 website for the most up to date information and further details: redmeat.mla.com.au
To provide new members with an overview of AHA and the opportunity to meet with
key AHA staff
To provide a forum for industry discussion on issues relating to animal health,
independent of the presence and or influence of other members, AHA, or third parties
To provide a forum for government discussion on issues relating to animal health,
independent of the presence and/or influence of other members, AHA or third parties
The notice of general meeting to members and those who are entitled
to receive notice in accordance with AHA’s constitution will be emailed by 4 November
Focus on the 2020-25 AHA Strategic Plan and key issues from our members
An informal evening providing the opportunity to network and enjoy some canapés and
drinks. Business dress code
The stakeholder workshop’s overall objectives are to:
1. Report on research results and progress against expected outcomes in the FMD Ready
project, as it enters its final year of funding.
2. Discuss opportunities for communicating the results and facilitating adoption of research
outputs from this project.
Consultative Committee on Emergency Animal Disease (CCEAD) training is primarily
for veterinary and technical representatives of government and livestock industry bodies, who
would take part in CCEAD meetings about an emergency animal disease incident.
National Management Group (NMG) training is for the CEOs and presidents (or equivalent) of
government and industry Parties to the EADRA – those who have the authority to make financial
commitments to a cost-shared emergency animal disease response – and their advisors.
This workshop has a prerequisite learning module that is expected to take up to 3-4 hours to
complete. Information will be circulated upon registrations for this training.
Attendees: Combination of veterinary and technical experts, CEOs and presidents of members
Disclaimer: People registering for this training are not confirmed to attend until they have
received an email from one of our training team members within three days of registering
Annual meeting of the National Arbovirus Monitoring Program (NAMP) Steering
Committee to discuss the 2018-19 program performance, forecasted plan for 2019-20 and other
arising program matters
This is a closed group meeting.