This international standard will supply the basic terms for developing other feed machinery standards and the global feed industry users.
The plan establishes guidance for disease reporting, laboratory and testing standardization, surveillance, response, biosecurity, data management as well as education and training.
One of OIE’s missions is to ensure transparency in and enhance knowledge of the worldwide animal health situation. Among the formal obligations of OIE Member Countries is the submission of information on the relevant animal disease situation – including on zoonoses present on their territory – in the most timely and transparent way. A single OIE list of notifiable terrestrial and aquatic animal diseases has been established for this purpose.
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