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WISCONSIN ANIMAL DISEASE RESPONSE PLAN

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The
Wisconsin Animal Disease
Emergency Response Plan
Dr. Gerald Ruch
Wisconsin Department of
Agriculture, Trade and Consumer
Protection
July 2001
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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.
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Foot and Mouth Disease
• Highly contagious
• Affects cloven-hooved animals
• Exists worldwide
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Foot and Mouth Disease
• The federal policy of the United States is to
keep FMD out of the country and maintain
an FMD-free status.
• FMD is an example of an animal disease
requiring an emergency response plan.
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What if an FMD outbreak
occurred in the US?
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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.
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Emergency response
Wisconsin Emergency Management
Responsibility: Would assist Agriculture
officials in coordination of state resources
to support response efforts.
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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.
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Emergency response
Eastern Region Team Leader
Responsibility: Would join State Veterinarian and
USDA AVIC in the state’s Emergency
Operations Center. Would coordinate Federal
resources with FEMA senior agent.
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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.
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Participating Agencies
Emergency Operations Center
DATCP
Wisconsin Emergency Management
USDA/APHIS
Dept. of Transportation
DNR
Dept. of Administration
Red Cross
Dept. of Corrections
continued…….
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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
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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
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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
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Field Administration
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Contracts and Leases
Finance
Information Resources
Personnel and Safety
Procurement and Supply
Vehicles
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Field Operations
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Appraisal
Biosecurity and Surveillance
Cleaning and Disinfection
Diagnosis and Inspection
Field Epidemiology
Regulatory Enforcement
Vaccination
Vector Control
Euthanasia
Disposal
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Technical Support
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Animal Welfare
Database Systems
Disease Reporting
Disease Specialist
Economics
Environmental Impact
Epidemiology and Risk
Assessment
• Orientation and Training
• Vaccine Evaluation
• Wildlife
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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
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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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