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Set-Up and Operation. Vehicle Checkpoints. Identify vehicles . with infected. or susceptible. animals. Restrict entry . into disease areas. Redirect vehicles. Restrict vehicles with . exposed or infected animals. ID: 460760 Download Presentation

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Checkpoint Set-Up and Operation

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Vehicle Checkpoints

Identify vehicles with infectedor susceptibleanimalsRestrict entry into disease areasRedirect vehiclesRestrict vehicles with exposed or infected animals

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Checkpoint Set-Up

LocationEquipment and SuppliesPersonnel

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Location

Public road or propertyWell-traveled, easy-accessFlat, straight sectionLarge enough areaAllow vehicle movement and spacingVehicle holding areaCleaning and disinfection areaAway from animal production sitesAll-weather Access to water, sewer, and electricity

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Equipment/Supplies

Road suppliesTraffic cones and barricadesSignageInform driversReflective vestsLightingMaps

Animal suppliesPens or shelterHandling equipmentShade or fans, or water sprayGeneral suppliesTables, chairsShelter Communication devicesWater

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Checkpoint Personnel

At bare minimum – 2 peopleAnimal healthVeterinarians/technicians, extension specialistsProvide animal and movement knowledgeLaw enforcementPolice departments, military, conservation officersContaining and moving vehicles, enforcing lawsCleaning and disinfectionTrained in cleaning proceduresFire departments and HazMat TeamsSupportRoad crews, public worksSet up, screening procedures, animal assistance

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Checkpoint Operation

Basic Steps

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Checkpoint Operation

Identify vehiclesFlaggers and screenersAllowed to proceedReturned to point of originMoved to temporary holding areaCleaning and disinfectionAnimals off-loadedState veterinarian will specifyVehicles, commodities, animals for screening

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Operation Considerations

DocumentationCommunicationCleaning and DisinfectionAnimal WelfareWaste ManagementPersonnel Training

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Documentation

Date/time at checkpointCheckpoint locationVehicle and driver informationOwners nameVehicle contentsPoint of originDestination

Health papers and shipping documentsAction takenAllowed to proceedReturned to point of originDiverted to temporary holding area

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Communication

Checkpoint to Incident CommandTwo-way radiosCell phonesComputersIndustry stakeholdersMediaGeneral public

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Cleaning and Disinfection

DisinfectantsDetermined by diseaseEquipmentBrushesBucketsBerming materialPersonnelDisinfect between vehicles

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Personal Protective Equipment

Goggles or face shieldDisposable or washable coverallsGlovesOver bootsExtra sets available

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Animal Welfare

Weather is critical factorTruck movement cools animalsStopping reduces this effectCan negatively affect animal healthKeep traffic movingas quickly as possiblePortable fans and misters may aid tokeep animals cool

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Waste Management

All waste is considered contaminatedFeces, urine, bedding materialPersonal protective equipmentRemove waste immediately and put in solid container for disposalDo not dispose of any waste where it will harm environmentProvide sharps container for contaminated needles

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Training

Incident Command System (ICS)Quarantine terminologyState import regulationsState response planBasic biosecuritySafety issuesScreening criteria

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Lessons Learned from Previous Checkpoint Exercises

Industries were grateful for protectionProducers were more confident in herd’s protectionSpecies industries will shut down themselvesWell informed public

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Memorandums of Understanding

For multi-jurisdictional collaborationAuthoritiesWho will be in chargeResponsibilitiesIndividual state and collaborative tasksSupportCheckpoint specifics and logisticsCommunicationDisease dependent criteriaFinancial accountabilityLimitations and termination of agreement

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Resources

Graham JL, Hutton J, Cao S, Fagel M, Wright W. 2008. National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 525, Volume 13: A guide to traffic control or rural roads in an agricultural emergency. http://www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=14184Emergency Agriculture Movement Control Checkpoint Selection Guidance. Multi-State Partnership for Security in Agriculture. http://www.nasda.org/File.aspx?id=4076Traffic Control – Agricultural Response Monograph No. 001. Nebraska Department of Agriculturehttp://www.nda.nebraska.gov/homeland_security/monograph_001.pdf

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Acknowledgments

Development of this presentation was by the Center for Food Security and Public Health at Iowa State University through funding from the Multi-State Partnership for Security in Agriculture

Authors: Abbey Smith; Glenda Dvorak, DVM, MPH, DACVPM

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