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3.2 The number of incidents have declined Database /system - SPC Pest List database Terminal evaluation report Outputs 1.1 Effective management methods for priority IAS are in place 2.1 Inspection and treatment procedures are improved to reduce the risk of new IAS threats to Niue 2.2 Measures are in place to control the spread of IAS within Niue 2.3 Early detection and rapid response (EDRR) procedures are established for priority potential invaders (species to be identified based on a pathway review and their potential impact) 3. 3.1 Bio-control programme is developed and released for appropriate target 2.1 Quarantine Holding facility at the port(wharf) is established 2.2 Improved capacity of Quarantine Staff - qualified officers at port for quarantine procedures Equipment are available for pest diagnostics Current Ballast water Regulations or guidelines updated. Beneficial Biological Control agents in the Pacific is available for IAS control in Niue Management review and audit reports IS information available DoE annual reports DAFF annual reports Agriculture Census Interception reports Refer to the current NISSAP Survey Results from Quarterly census Pest list database updated Annual audit and review of management systems. Pest Risk analysis for all imports is documented IAS Management The number of agents released and managed
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UNEP/CBD/COP/13/INF/34 Page 29 IAS Activities 1.1a Collate relevant information on the biology and ecology of priority AIS and best practice management methods 1.1b Review existing pig management strategy, identify achievable management goals, and redesign program 2.1a Identify potential AIS threats, based on pathway analysis and risk assessment(s), coming from other countries and develop appropriate pre- border and at-border interventions for priority AIS 2.1b Train Quarantine staff in identification of potential new AIS 700k
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UNEP/CBD/COP/13/INF/34 Page 30 2.1c Investigate ways to improve the enforcement of existing legislation to include AIS 2.1d Identify and address issues associate with ballast water and hull-fouling of commercial of commercial and recreational vessels at port and main vessel routes 2.1d Ensure EIA is conducted before any live animal imports to the Quarantine Farm 2.2a Develop awareness programs to reduce risks of in-country movement of AIS subject to control or eradication programs. Target heavy machinery etc involved in road construction and maintenance 2.2b Carry out regular monitoring at distribution centres (Vaipapahi and Mutalau SLM farm) for
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UNEP/CBD/COP/13/INF/34 Page 31 plants to identify AIS at risk of distribution e.g. yellow crazy ants, weeds) 2.3a Adapt the generic SPC Emergency Response Plan (ERP) to address threats to the natural heritage livelihoods of Niueans 2.3b Identify potential invaders associated with the new shipping route and ensure these are addressed in plans and procedures 2.3c Review pathways identified for AIS to reach Niue and carry out risk assessments for any new pathways as they arise 2.3d Carry out surveys for marine invoices around the port 2.3e Establish an on site
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