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A new training DVD, “Developing an Animals Issues Plan,” has been issued as a joint project of the FAZD Center and the Center for Agricultural Technology Transfer (CATT). The DVD is designed specifically for animal issues committees at the local level.

It addresses four specific educational objectives:

1. Identify sources and causes of possible animal disasters.

2. Discuss the process for identifying types of animals (livestock and pets) within the county for the AIC plan.

3. Discuss the process for identifying resources to be used in the event of a disaster for the AIC plan.

4. Identify the steps for maintaining the AIC plan once it has been developed.

 

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Source:  Texas Animal Health Commission

Local Planning Resources > Animal Issues Committees

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A reference for federal, state and local eductors and officials, as well as, private veterinarians, in emergency preparedness and response. The information that was used to write the QuickFacts was extrapolated from the Foreign Animal and Zoonotic Disease Handbook. These QuickFacts are to serve as readily available source of information that answers general questions. The manual consists of 44 individual publications that range from Potential Occurences of FEADS, Epidemiology of FEADS, Transmision of Diseases, Biosecurity, State and Local Plans and 39 FEADs.

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