Current status, issues and gaps of aquatic emergency preparedness and response systems practiced in Brunei Darussalam
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Importation of live fish to Brunei Darussalam have incurred a major biosecurity risk to the aquaculture industry. Preventing disease incursions through quarantine, legislation and education is currently the most cost-effective management approach in Brunei. Once an incursion has occurred, national emergency response system arrangements are implemented to facilitate immediate response actions for containment and eradication. Brunei Darussalam has a list of legislation and policies to aid in the immediate response of disease outbreak. However, fisheries staff lack basic emergency response training and there are few skilled staff and resources available. Simulation exercise to review the effectiveness of the AEPR system needs to be addressed.
Tamat, W., Halim, D. S. N. P. H. A., & Pakar, E. F. B. (2019). Current status, issues and gaps of aquatic emergency preparedness and response systems practiced in Brunei Darussalam. In E. A. Tendencia, L. D. de la Peña, & J. M. V. de la Cruz (Eds.), Aquatic Emergency Preparedness and Response Systems for Effective Management of Transboundary Disease Outbreaks in Southeast Asia: Proceedings of Asean Regional Technical Consultation, 20-22 August 2018, Centara Grand Central Ladprao, Bangkok, Thailand (pp. 3-6). Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines: Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
Disease control; Disease detection; Disease resistance; Disease transmission; Epidemiology; Husbandry diseases; Trade; Quarantine regulations; Safety regulations; Aquaculture regulations; Security; Warning systems; Fishery management; Training; Emergencies; Legislation; Biosecurity; Aquaculture; Containment; Borneo; Brunei Darussalam