Domestic animal management plan 2013-2017 Moreland City Council
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Develop a training policy that clearly identifies minimum training requirements and any additional training needs that should be undertaken by Authorised Officers
Identify minimum training requirements by consultation with management and staff
Documentation to be finalised and incorporated
in training register
Identify additional training opportunities by consultation with management and staff
Documentation to be finalised and incorporated in the training register
Develop and maintain a training register for individual officers detailing completed
and proposed training
Create a spreadsheet listing each officer’s name, and their completed training, along with proposed training
From December 2013
Review of spreadsheet for input into individual
Performance Development plans
: Ensure all Authorised Officers have completed their minimum training requirements within 24 months of appointment.
Identify minimum training requirements for officers (e.g. OH&S, animal handling), and create document to record when officers have completed each course
Annually – with Performance Review what training undertaken Review spreadsheet and ensure each officer has completed their minimum training requirements within (number) months of appointment
: Ensure Council is represented at all Bureau of Animal Welfare information and education seminars.
Monitor Department of Environment and Primary industries
emails and mail outs
Feedback of course details to all animal management staff. Review internal Policies and Procedures as required.
: Provide AMO’s with microchip training
Train all animal Management Officers with the ability to inset microchips in pets.
Training completed training register updated
Domestic Animal Business
: Identify and register all Domestic Animal Businesses in the municipality
Identify all businesses that should be registered as DABs in the municipality using:
Follow up and ensure all identified DAB’s are registered
Commencing March 2014
with annual review
Number of Domestic Animal Businesses registered
: Annual inspection of registered Domestic Animal Businesses (DAB)
Provide relevant mandatory Code of Practice to proprietors/staff of existing and proposed DAB.
Maintain a stock of DEPI guidelines for distribution
Number of guidelines distributed
Conduct ‘unscheduled inspections / audits of each DAB premises in relation to conditions of registration to determine compliance with the Act and relevant mandatory Code of Practice.
DAB’s inspected and audits conducted
Follow-up DAB non-compliance issues with information on required actions
and timeframe for resolution
, further inspections, and prosecutions where necessary.
Annual monitoring for increase in compliance
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