Animal health surveillance and disease control forms

Page last updated: Friday, 23 August 2019 - 6:17pm

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) maintains animal health surveillance and disease control programs to support Western Australia's high animal health status. These programs rely on the ongoing support and engagement of producers and private vets. 

Below are the required forms for vets and producers participating in these programs. Please complete the relevant forms when submitting samples for livestock disease investigations or claiming subsidies. 

Please read the webpage Surveillance incentives for WA livestock producers first and check your eligibility for the programs with your vet.

 Veterinary forms, see below. Producer forms, see page 2.

Forms for vets - animal health surveillance and disease control

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Program

Forms for vets (open with Internet Explorer) Forms for vets (open with any browser)
Disease investigation Animal disease investigation laboratory submission form Animal disease investigation laboratory submission form
Significant Disease Investigation (SDI) program SDI laboratory submission form SDI laboratory submission form
National Arbovirus Monitoring Program (NAMP) NAMP cattle laboratory submission form NAMP cattle laboratory submission form
National TSE Surveillance Program (NTSESP) Cattle - vet pack - for digital signature Cattle - vet pack - for physical signature
Sheep - vet pack - for digital signature Sheep - vet pack - for physical signature
Screw-worm Fly Surveillance and Preparedness   Maggot submission for ID  (Word)
Screw-worm fly trap collection submission (Word)
Newcastle disease   Newcastle disease laboratory submission form

More information

If you have difficulty accessing the forms or you would like more information, contact your local DPIRD vet - see the Livestock Biosecurity contacts page.

For more information about subsidies for disease investigations, see the Surveillance incentives for WA producers webpage.