Ead Response Agreement
All signatories agreed to work together to reduce the risk of emergency epizootics (EEAS) and share the authorised costs for EEAS actions. EADRA also offers an innovative framework (see below) to combine several dynamic approaches to the fight against EADs. DAFWA also has responsibilities under the National Emergency Agreement on Animal Diseases (EADRA) with regard to the notification of a suspicious EEAS and prevention and response activities. This agreement between government and industry underpins Australia`s emergency preparedness and response processes. .