Import risk analysis

Import risk analysis investigates risk in terms of likelihood and consequences that would result from the import of one or more particular commodity from one or more particular regions. CEBRA has been involved in multiple projects which developed framework for how to assess risk of imported goods.

ACERA II Reports

Title

Project

Chief Investigators

Year

Sampling interceptions for identification.

1101E
ID2

Robinson, A; Maynard, G; Cannon, R.

13/02/14

The use of manufacturer's Declarations as a biosecurity control for imposrt of biologicals

1101F
ID2

Buckley, D.

14/08/13

Relative risk of different categories of imported biological products of animal origin

1101F
ID1

Buckley, D.

14/08/13

Multi-pathway risk analysis: a case study of Puccinia psidii

1206A

Holliday, J

2013

ACERA I Reports

Title

Project

Chief Investigators

Year

Tools for Anticipating Potential Problems in Biosecurity Applications

606

Cross, J

10/11/11

Review of the use of period of trade and trade volume in import risk analysis

0702

McCarthy, M; Burgman, M

01/07/07

Risk in complex pathways: Propagation of risk via zero inflated distributions and mixing

0705C

Hayes, K; Barry S

31/05/11

Putting the quantitative into qualitative import risk assessments

705B

Hayes, K; Barry S

31/05/11

Uncertainty and uncertainty analysis methods

0705A

Hayes, K; Barry S

31/05/11

Performance of Australia’s risk analysis system

0708

  

A comparison of quarantine risk analysis systems

0709

  

A comparison of quarantine risk analysis system

0901

Mengersen, K

09/03/11

Demonstrating risk analysis capabilities

0901

Burgman, M

09/03/11

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