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Title: The Wisconsin Animal Disease Emergency Response Plan


1
TheWisconsin Animal Disease Emergency Response
Plan
  • Dr. Gerald Ruch
  • Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and
    Consumer Protection

2
Wisconsin Biosecurity Workgroup
  • The information in this presentation was
    developed through a coordinated project of
    University of Wisconsin-Extension, Cooperative
    Extension Department of Agriculture, Trade and
    Consumer Protection, Division of Animal Health
    University of Wisconsin-Madison College of
    Agricultural and Life Sciences and School of
    Veterinary Medicine and U.S. Department of
    Agriculture, APHIS, Veterinary Services.

3
Foot and Mouth Disease
  • Highly contagious
  • Affects cloven-hooved animals
  • Exists worldwide

4
Foot and Mouth Disease
  • The federal policy of the United States is
    tokeep FMD out of the country and maintain an
    FMD-free status.
  • FMD is an example of an animal disease requiring
    an emergency response plan.

5
What if an FMD outbreak occurred in the US?
6
Emergency response
  • State Veterinarian/USDA-Area
  • Veterinarian-in-Charge
  • Responsibility Would co-coordinate the
    emergency response by working with WEM and other
    state agencies to provide needed support at field
    level.

7
Emergency response
  • Wisconsin Emergency Management
  • Responsibility Would assist Agriculture
    officials in coordination of state resources to
    support response efforts.

8
Emergency response
  • USDA Regional Emergency Animal Disease
    Eradication Organization (READEO)
  • Responsibility Would mobilize federal
    agriculture resources to assist in response. May
    act in support of multiple states.

9
Emergency response
  • Eastern Region Team Leader
  • Responsibility Would join State Veterinarian
    and USDA AVIC in the states Emergency Operations
    Center. Would coordinate Federal resources with
    FEMA senior agent.

10
Emergency response
  • Industry Liaison
  • Responsibility Provides industry support to
    response and coordinates industry resources to
    assist. Acts as liaison to all industry groups
    effected by outbreak. Assures that industry
    interests are addressed.

11
Participating Agencies
  • Emergency Operations Center
  • DATCP
  • Wisconsin Emergency Management
  • USDA/APHIS
  • Dept. of Transportation
  • DNR
  • Dept. of Administration
  • Red Cross
  • Dept. of Corrections

  • continued.

12
Participating Agencies
  • Emergency Operations Center (continued.)
  • Dept. of Justice
  • Dept. of Military Affairs
  • University of Wisconsin
  • Dept. of Health Family Services
  • WVMA
  • Dept. of Commerce
  • PSC
  • Dept. of Workforce Development

13
Field Operations Center
  • Incident Commander (Assistant State
    Veterinarian)
  • DATCP/Division of Animal Health Emergency
    Coordinator/ Head Field Ops Unit
  • County Sheriff(s)
  • County Emergency Manager(s)
  • Division of Animal Health Public Information
    Officer

14
Field Operations Center
  • County Extension Agent(s)
  • Division of Animal Health District Veterinarian
  • Division of Animal Health Inspector/ Compliance
    Officer
  • Head of Administration Unit
  • Head of Technical Support Unit
  • Industry Representatives

15
Field Administration
  • Contracts and Leases
  • Finance
  • Information Resources
  • Personnel and Safety
  • Procurement and Supply
  • Vehicles

16
Field Operations
  • Appraisal
  • Biosecurity and Surveillance
  • Cleaning and Disinfection
  • Diagnosis and Inspection
  • Field Epidemiology
  • Regulatory Enforcement
  • Vaccination
  • Vector Control
  • Euthanasia
  • Disposal

17
Technical Support
  • Animal Welfare
  • Database Systems
  • Disease Reporting
  • Disease Specialist
  • Economics
  • Environmental Impact
  • Epidemiology and Risk Assessment
  • Orientation and Training
  • Vaccine Evaluation
  • Wildlife

18
Summary
  • A federal, state and local, response is required
    in an animal disease emergency
  • Everyone will be needed to assist in combating
    and containing the disease
  • The biggest key will be our collective ability to
    get an early diagnosis and quick response

19
Wisconsin Biosecurity Workgroup
  • University of Wisconsin-Extension
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • CALS/Veterinary Medicine
  • University of Wisconsin-River Falls Department of
    Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture, APHIS, Veterinary
    Services.
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