Project number: 2003-644
Project Status:
Completed
Budget expenditure: $10,000.00
Principal Investigator: Damian Ogburn
Organisation: NSW Department Of Primary Industries
Project start/end date: 14 Jun 2003 - 23 Jul 2004
Contact:
FRDC

Need

NSW has the need to adapt the National Control Centre Manual to suit NSW's conditions and species cultured as well as the statutory and administrative framework within the state.

There is also a need to conform to the national arrangements for Commonwealth/State/Territory communication, liaison and coordination in aquatic animal disease emergencies.

The publication and supporting database should also be in a form and style that allows for simplicity and ease of use in awareness, training and simulation activities.

Objectives

1. Provide a documented framework that will assist to improve awareness and ownership of NSW aquatic animal disease planning and management arrangements among participants, in both the public and private sectors, through development, testing and production of an appropriate derivation of the AQUAVETPLAN Control Centre.
2. Provide a resource to management and operation staff involved in aquatic animal emergency management and response.
3. To ensure conformity to the current "whole of government" approach to public safety risk management and consistency with New South Wales emergency management legislation and arrangements.
4. To facilitate effective communication and information management in aquatic animal disease emergency operations.
5. To ensure suitability of the product for use in related awareness, training and simulation activities.
6. To identify any inconsistencies and or gaps in the existing AQAVETPLAN control centres management manual as they relate to New South Wales situation.

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PROJECT NUMBER • 2019-215
PROJECT STATUS:
CURRENT

Seventh National Abalone Convention 2019

1. To host a successful convention that showcases recent abalone related R&D as well addresses the theme of the Convention which was "Rebuilding our Resource"
ORGANISATION:
Abalone Council Australia Ltd (ACA)