Beyond compliance : project on an integrated systems approach for pest risk management in South East Asia
Mengersen, Kerrie, Quinlan, M. M., Whittle, P. J. L., Knight, J. D., Mumford, J. D., Wan Ismail, W. N., Tahir, H., Holt, J., Leach, A. W., Johnson, Sandra, Sivapragasam, A., Lum, K. Y., Sue, M. J., Othman, Y., Jumaiyah, L., Tu, D. M., Anh, N. T., Pradyabumrung, T., Salyapongse, C., Marasigan, L. Q., Palacpac, M. B., Dulce, L., Panganiban, G. G. F., Soriano, T. L., Carandang, E., & Hermawan, (2012) Beyond compliance : project on an integrated systems approach for pest risk management in South East Asia. EPPO Bulletin, 42(1), pp. 109-116.
The Beyond Compliance project, which began in July 2011 with funding from the Standards and Trade Development Facility for 2 years, aims to enhance competency and confidence in the South East Asian sub-region by applying a Systems Approach for pest risk management. The Systems Approach involves the use of integrated measures, at least two of which are independent, that cumulatively reduce the risk of introducing exotic pests through trade. Although useful in circumstances where single measures are inappropriate or unavailable, the Systems Approach is inherently more complicated than single-measure approaches, which may inhibit its uptake. The project methodology is to take prototype decision-support tools, such as Control Point-Bayesian Networks (CP-BN), developed in recent plant health initiatives in other regions, including the European PRATIQUE project, and to refine them within this sub-regional context. Case studies of high-priority potential agricultural trade will be conducted by National Plant Protection Organizations of participating South East Asian countries in trials of the tools, before further modifications. Longer term outcomes may include: more robust pest risk management in the region (for exports and imports); greater inclusion of stakeholders in development of pest risk management plans; increased confidence in trade negotiations; and new opportunities for trade.
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|Item Type:||Journal Article|
|Subjects:||Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES (010000) > STATISTICS (010400)
Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (050000)
|Divisions:||Past > QUT Faculties & Divisions > Faculty of Science and Technology
Current > Schools > School of Mathematical Sciences
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