My Horse Disaster Plan
Planning and recovery tips and information has been collated onto one page titled 'My Horse Disaster Plan'. The pages are dedicated to the horse owners of the Sampson Flat fire 2015 and those that have experienced fires more recently. The information has been prepared from insights gained and provides guidance to inform preparedness and recovery.
Large animal rescue
Horse SA provides project management and facilitation for community education and related activities, including resource development. Feature projects include:
Animal Incident Management Vocational Qualifications and Community Education Program
Horse SA has supported, through a position on the Skills Impact Animal Care and Management Committee, the development of world-first vocational education qualifications (Skill Sets and Units of Competency) in Animal Incident Management.
Large animal rescue
Horse SA has designed and developed
Animal Incident Management online awareness course
The aim of this FREE course is to raise awareness of keeping people safer when working under supervision at an incident involving a horse. This course may assist businesses and clubs to consider taking a systematic approach to planning, training and reviewing preparation for incidents that may occur in the workplace or at a community event, or as a result of natural disasters. Takes approx. 30 minutes.
Self-assessment guide for community event organisers: responding to incidents involving horses
Emergency planning posters for you to display
Equine Emergency Rescue
Equine Emergency Rescue is a guide to the methods and tools necessary to successfully extricate a horse or other large animal from entrapment using low-tech, low-risk options that are easier, quicker and safer for people as well as the animal.
Ideal for horse owners, vets, emergency services, studs, transport companies or others who will encounter horses or livestock.
by MaryAnne Leighton and Michelle Staples
Softcover 136 pages. Third edition.
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