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OFFICE INTERNATIONAL
DES EPIZOOTIES
World organisation for animal health
Created in 1924 in Paris, France
155 Member Countries
49
49
12
12
225
5
444
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255
2
Americas: 25 – Africa: 44 – Europe: 49 – Middle East: 12 – Asia: 25
Objectives
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Transparency in the animal health situation
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Safeguarding health in world trade
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Animal health expertise
International Standards
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International Animal Health Code - mammals,
birds and bees
International Aquatic Animal Health Code
Manual of Standards for Diagnostic Tests and
Vaccines
Diagnostic Manual for Aquatic Animal Diseases
Guidelines for the Surveillance of Animal
Diseases
Specialist Commissions
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International Animal Health Code
Commission
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Standards Commission
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Foot and Mouth Disease and other
Epizootics Commission
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Fish Diseases Commission
Working Groups
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Informatics and Epidemiology
Wildlife Diseases
Ad hoc Groups
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Set up, where needed, to prepare the decisions
of the Specialist Commissions or the
International Committee
COMMITTEE,
COMMISSION,
DELEGATE
PROBLEM
Specialist
Commission
Review
Updating
international
standards
Advice of experts or other
Specialist Commissions
Draft text
1
Comments
DELEGATES
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COMMITTEE
OIE INTERNATIONAL
STANDARD
Adoption
International Animal
Health Code
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General recommendations
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Chapters on animal diseases
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Appendices
Import Risk Analysis
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Risk assessment
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Evaluation of Veterinary Services
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Zoning/Regionalisation
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Epidemiological surveillance
Import Risk Analysis Process
Request for Importation
Evaluation of Veterinary
Services
Evaluation of Zoning and
Regionalisation
Evaluation of Surveillance and
Monitoring of Animal Health
Process Initiation
Hazard Identification
Risk Assessment
Release Assessment
Exposure Assessment
Consequence Assessment
Risk Estimation
Risk Management
Risk Assessment Report
Risk Evaluation
Risk Communication
Option Evaluation
Review
Decision
Implementation
Monitoring & Review
Accept
Importation
Reject
Evaluation of Veterinary Services
Quality: definition and fundamental
principles
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– Chapter: general principles and
procedures
– Guidelines: organisation, resources,
functional capabilities, legislative
support, animal health/veterinary public
health controls, monitoring and audit
programmes
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Zoning/Regionalisation
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Definition
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Implementation according to the disease
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Compliance with general Code
requirements
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Recognition by other countries
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International recognition
Zoning/Regionalisation
Surveillance and monitoring
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Agent surveillance and monitoring
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Description of host population
characteristics
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Assessment of environmental factors
Code Chapter:
Foot and Mouth Disease
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Ad hoc Group and Foot and Mouth Disease
Commission:
Supporting document
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Code Commission: Development of Chapter
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International recognition of disease freedom
Structure of the
FMD Code Chapter
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Relevant period: incubation period
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FMD Status: countries/zones free without or with
vaccination
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Commodities that represent a hazard:
live ruminants and pigs, semen, embryos,meat, milk,
etc.
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Conditions for trade: one article by
status/commodity
FMD Code Chapter:
bovine meat
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FMD countries/zones without vaccination:
certification of status and inspection at slaughter
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FMD free countries/zones with vaccination:
deboning, storage 24h +2В°C, pH<6
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FMD infected countries/zones :
official control programme, vaccination, no outbreak,
deboning, storage 24h/+2В°C, pH<6
Other activities
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OIE Scientific and Technical Review:
– Risk analysis, animal health and trade
– Contamination of animal products: prevention and risks
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Work done by different OIE Groups:
– Fish Disease Commission
– Working Group on Informatics and Epidemiology
– Ad hoc Group (risk analysis booklet)
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Regional workshops and seminars
– Fish
– Americas, Asia and Pacific
OFFICE INTERNATIONAL DES EPIZOOTIES
World organisation for animal health
12 rue de Prony
75017 Paris, France
Tel.: 33 (0)1 44.15.18.88 – Fax: 33 (0)1 42.67.09.87
E-mail: oie@oie.int
Web Site: http://www.oie.int
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