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Introduction and qualitative risk analysis

Handbook on

Import Risk.Analysis

for Animals and Animal Products

Volume 1.

Introduction and qualitative risk

analysis

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The designations and denominations employed and the presentation of the material in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the OlE concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers and boundaries.

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© Copyright OIE (World organisation for animal health), 2004 12, rue de Prony, 75017 Paris, France Tel.: 33-(0)1 4415 18 88 Fax: 33-(0)1 42 67 09 87 http:// www.oie.illt VoL 1: ISBN 92-9044-613-7 VoL 2: ISBN 92-9044-626-9

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Volume 1. Introduction and qualitative risk analysis Chapter 1: Introduction to import risk analysis

What is risk?

Approaches to risk analysis

Codex Alimentarius Co1ll1Ilission

International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC)

World Organisation for Animal Health (OlE)

Import risk analysis for animals and animal products

World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreement on the Application ofSanitary and Phytosanitary Measures Agreement (the SPS Agreement) (1994)

Types of risk analysis addressed in the SPS Agreement

Factors to take into account in a risk analysis

Evaluating risk

Evaluating disease or pest risks individually

Evaluating disease or pest risks according to the measures that might be applied....... 7 Striving for objectivity in a risk analysis

Dealing with insufficient information

Equivalence

N otirying other WTO Members

Co-ordination and communication

Terrestrial Animal Health Code and Aquatic Animal Health Code

Chapter 2: Managing a risk analysis project

Conducting the risk analysis

The team approach

Hazard identification

Risk assessment

Risk management

Risk communication

Scientific review

Relationship between risk assessors and risk managers

Putting risk analysis outcomes into practice

Training

Conclusion

Handblilik lill Implirt Risk Alla/ysisfor Allimais and Animal Products, Vlilume 1, 2004 I Developing a risk communication strategy

Determining the scope of a risk analysis





The OlE risk analysis framework

Terminology

Acceptable risk

Transparency

Uncertainty and variability

Presenting the results

WTO notification

External risk analyses

Updating risk analyses

Quantitative methods complement qualitative methods

Semi-quantitative methods

Scenario trees '"

Chapter 3: Applying the OlE risk analysis framework

Hazard identification

Sources of information for hazard identification

Risk assessment

Release assessment

Sources of information for release assessment

Exposure assessment

Sources of information for exposure assessment

Consequence assessment

Sources of information for consequence assessment

Risk estimation

Risk management

Risk evaluation

Option evaluation

Risk communication

Who is involved in the risk communication process?

When does the risk communication process begin?

Factors to be considered when developing a risk communication strategy................. 50 The goals of risk communication

Barriers to effective risk communication

Chapter 4: Conclusion

Index

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Co-authors Stuart C. MacDiarmid Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry New Zealand Marion Wooldridge Veterinary Laboratories Agency (\Veybridge) United Kingdom Bruce Gummow Faculty of Veterinary Science University of Pretoria South Africa Randall S. Morley Canadian Food Inspection Agency Canada Stephen E. Weber Centers for Epidemiology and Animal Health Fort Collins United States of America Armando Giovannini Istituto Zooprofllattico Sperimentale dell'Abruzzo e del Molise, Italy David Wilson International Trade Department OlE Ac1mowledgments This text is adapted, with permission, from the book Import Risk Analysis: Animals and Animal Products (2002) by Noel Murray, published by the Biosecurity Authority, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, New Zealand.

Various people have offered critical comment on all or part of the modified text. In particular the

Chief Author and Co-authors acknowledge:

Howard Pharo Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry New Zealand Ziad A. Malaeb Centers for Epidemiology and Animal Health Fort Collins United States of America Pascal Hendrikx CIRAD-EMVT Montpellier France The Chief Author and Co-authors thank Professor Vincenzo Caporale, Director of the OlE Collaborating Centre for Epidemiology and Organization of Veterinary Services in Developing Countries, Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell'Abruzzo e del Molise, Teramo, Italy, for hosting their meetings and providing secretarial services during the drafting of the text.

Halldbook all Imparl Risk AnalYsis for Allimais alld Animal Products, Volume 1, 2004 III Foreword The importation of animals and their products involves a degree of disease risk to the importing country. This risk may be presented by one or several diseases or pathogenic agents.

The Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (referred to in brief as "the SPS Agreement'') of the World Trade Organisation (\VfO) allows WTO Member Countries two options in setting sanitary measures to protect against such risks. The SPS Agreement strongly encourages Member Countries to base their sanitary measures on international standards such as the OlE TetTestnal AniJJlal Health Code (referred to in brief as "the TetTestrial Code") and the OlE Aquatic AniJJlal Health Code (referred to in brief as "the Aquatic Code"). In the absence of relevant standards or when Members choose to adopt a higher level of protection than that provided by such standards, science-based risk analysis is essential to determine whether importation in a particular commodity poses a significant risk to human or animal health and, if so, what sanitary measures could be adopted to reduce that risk to an acceptable level. However, the level of protection applied to imports must not be different to that applied to products within the domestic market.

Risk analysis is a tool intended to provide decision-makers with an objective, repeatable and documented assessment of the risks posed by a particular course of action. In this regard, the principal aim of import risk analysis, a relatively new and evolving discipline, is to provide importing countries with an objective and defensible method of assessing the disease risks associated with the importation of animals and their products.

The proposal for an import risk analysis handbook arose during a 1998 meeting of the OlE Working Group on Informatics and Epidemiology. The Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell'Abruzzo e del Molise 'G. Caporale' at Teramo (an OlE Collaborating Centre for Epidemiology and the Organisation of Veterinary Services in Developing Countries) offered to convene an OlE ad hoc Group to draft such a handbook. With the support of this Institute, this ad hoc Group of international experts has developed a comprehensive treatise on the subject.

Volume 1 of this handbook introduces the concepts of import risk analysis and discusses qualitative risk analysis while Volume 2 (which will be published later) addresses quantitative risk analysis. The key issues in the discipline are explained within the frameworks provided by the WTO SPS Agreement and the chapters in both Codes on risk analysis.

I believe that the handbook will provide practical guidance to Veterinary Services confronted with the need to analyse the risks posed by imports, to ensure that stakeholders, risk analysts and decision-makers can be confident that the disease risks posed have been identified and can be managed effectively. The handbook will also be useful as a training aid to address the critical need for capacity building in this discipline.

I would like to thank the experts from the ad hoc Group (all actively involved in conducting risk analyses) for their contributions to this excellent handbook. In particular, my sincere thanks go to Dr Stuart MacDiarmid who has spent many hours editing both volumes to ensure that the fmal product will be accessible to veterinarians worldwide.

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The following definitions are taken from the OlE TerrestrialAnimal Health Code.

Acceptable risk: Risk level judged by OlE Member Countries to be compatible with the protection of animal and public health within their country.

Code: The Terresttial Animal Health Code and the Aquatic Animal Health Code of the OlE.

Commodity: Animals, products if animal oligin intended for httman c01lStimption, for animal feeding, for pharmaceutical or sut;gical lise or for agricultural or industtial use, semen, embryos/ova, biological products and pathological material.

Consequence assessment: The process of describing the relationship between specified exposures to a biological agent and the consequences of those exposures. A causal process must exist by which exposures produce adverse health or environmental consequences, which may in turn lead to socio-economic consequences. The consequence assessment describes the consequences of a given exposure and estimates the probability of them occurring.

Exposure assessment: The process of describing the biological pathway(s) necessary for exposure of animals and humans in the importing country to the hazards (in this case the pathogenic agents) released from a given risk source, and estimating the probability of the exposure(s) occurring, either qualitatively or quantitatively.

Hazard: Any pathogenic agent that could produce adverse consequences on the importation of a commodiry.

Hazard identification: The process of identifying the pathogenic agents which could potentially be introduced in the commodiry considered for importation.

Implementation: The process of following through with the risk management decision and ensuring that the risk management measures are in place.

Importing country: A country that is the fmal destination to which commodities are sent.

International veterinary certificate: A certificate, issued in conformity with the provisions of Chapter 1.2.2. of the Code, describing the animal health and/or public health requirements which are fulfilled by the exported commodities.

Monitoring and review: The ongoing process by which the risk management measures are audited to ensure that they are achieving the results intended.

Option evaluation: The process of identifying, evaluating the efficacy and feasibility of, and selecting measures in order to reduce the risk associated with an importation in line with the Member Country's appropriate level of protection. The efficacy is the degree to which an option reduces the likelihood and/or magnitude of adverse health and economic consequences. Evaluating the efficacy of the options selected is an iterative process that involves their incorporation into the risk assessment and then comparing the resulting level of risk with that considered acceptable. The evaluation for feasibility normally focuses on technical, operational and economic factors affecting the implementation of the risk management options.



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