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1 OFFICE INTERNATIONAL DES EPIZOOTIES World organisation for animal health Created in 1924 in Paris, France

2 155 Member Countries Americas: 25 – Africa: 44 – Europe: 49 – Middle East: 12 – Asia:

3 Objectives F Transparency in the animal health situation F Safeguarding health in world trade F Animal health expertise

4 International Standards F International Animal Health Code - mammals, birds and bees F International Aquatic Animal Health Code F Manual of Standards for Diagnostic Tests and Vaccines F Diagnostic Manual for Aquatic Animal Diseases F Guidelines for the Surveillance of Animal Diseases

5 Specialist Commissions F International Animal Health Code Commission F Standards Commission F Foot and Mouth Disease and other Epizootics Commission F Fish Diseases Commission

6 Working Groups F Informatics and Epidemiology F Wildlife Diseases Ad hoc Groups F Set up, where needed, to prepare the decisions of the Specialist Commissions or the International Committee

7 Updating international standards PROBLEM Specialist Commission Review Advice of experts or other Specialist Commissions Draft text COMMITTEE DELEGATES Adoption Comments COMMITTEE, COMMISSION, DELEGATE 1 2 OIE INTERNATIONAL STANDARD

8 International Animal Health Code F General recommendations F Chapters on animal diseases F Appendices

9 Import Risk Analysis F Risk assessment F Evaluation of Veterinary Services F Zoning/Regionalisation F Epidemiological surveillance

10 Import Risk Analysis Process Evaluation of Veterinary Services Evaluation of Zoning and Regionalisation Evaluation of Surveillance and Monitoring of Animal Health Request for Importation Process Initiation Hazard Identification Risk Assessment Release Assessment Exposure Assessment Consequence Assessment Risk Estimation Risk Management Risk Evaluation Option Evaluation Implementation Monitoring & Review Risk Assessment Report Risk Communication Review Decision Accept Reject Importation

11 Evaluation of Veterinary Services F Quality F Quality: definition and fundamental principles F Evaluation F Evaluation: –Chapter –Chapter: general principles and procedures –Guidelines –Guidelines: organisation, resources, functional capabilities, legislative support, animal health/veterinary public health controls, monitoring and audit programmes

12 Zoning/Regionalisation F Definition F Implementation according to the disease F Compliance with general Code requirements F Recognition by other countries F International recognition

13 Zoning/Regionalisation

14 Surveillance and monitoring F Agent surveillance and monitoring F Description of host population characteristics F Assessment of environmental factors

15 Code Chapter: Foot and Mouth Disease FAFAFAFAd hoc Group and Foot and Mouth Disease Commission: Supporting document FCFCFCFCode Commission: Development of Chapter FIFIFIFInternational recognition of disease freedom

16 Structure of the FMD Code Chapter FRFRFRFRelevant period: incubation period FFFFFFFFMD Status: countries/zones free without or with vaccination FCFCFCFCommodities that represent a hazard: live ruminants and pigs, semen, embryos,meat, milk, etc. FCFCFCFConditions for trade: one article by status/commodity

17 FMD Code Chapter: bovine meat FFFFFFFFMD countries/zones without vaccination: certification of status and inspection at slaughter FFFFFFFFMD free countries/zones with vaccination: deboning, storage 24h +2°C, pH<6 FFFFFFFFMD infected countries/zones : official control programme, vaccination, no outbreak, deboning, storage 24h/+2°C, pH<6

18 Other activities FOFOFOFOIE Scientific and Technical Review: –R–Risk analysis, animal health and trade –C–Contamination of animal products: prevention and risks FWFWFWFWork done by different OIE Groups: –F–Fish Disease Commission –W–Working Group on Informatics and Epidemiology –A–Ad hoc Group (risk analysis booklet) FRFRFRFRegional workshops and seminars –F–Fish –A–Americas, Asia and Pacific

19 OFFICE INTERNATIONAL DES EPIZOOTIES World organisation for animal health 12 rue de Prony Paris, France Tel.: 33 (0) – Fax: 33 (0) Web Site:


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