QMAC Conference 2003 - Speaker Presentations

Speaker Presentatons from QMAC Conference 2003 are available below:

Session

Seminar

 PPT

 PDF

1

Risk analysis in other international agreements: the Biosafety Protocol
Professor Tim Reeves, Director, Timothy G. Reeves & Associates Pty Ltd, Former Director General, International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre, Mexico

967kb

821kb

2

Understanding and managing risk perceptions
Associate Professor Ian Glendon, Head, School of Applied Psychology, Griffith University

1.4mb

749kb

2

Australian attitudes to risk – what’s different about quarantine risk?
Dr Allan Curtis, Program Leader, Social Sciences, Bureau of Rural Sciences

379kb

291kb

2

Risk analysis as a unifying concept in the work of the international SPS organisations
Dr Steve Hathaway, Director, Program Development Group, New Zealand Food Safety Authority

371kb

389kb

3

Meat and Livestock Australia
Dr Peter Barnard, General Manager, Economic, Planning and Market Services

998kb

1mb

3

Food and Beverage Importers Association
Mr Tony Beaver, Secretary

14kb

59kb

3

Australian Citrus Growers Incorporated
Ms Judith Damiani, Executive Director

1.6mb

212kb

3

World Trade Organization
Dr Gretchen Stanton, Senior Counsellor

991kb

301kb

4

Maintaining Australia’s border security
Ms Meryl Stanton, Executive Director, Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service, Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry

94kb

72kb

4

Australia’s policy and regulatory framework for gene technology
Dr Sue Meek, Australian Gene Technology Regulator

84kb

82kb

4

Market access through R&D
Mr Terry Enright, Chairman, Grains Research and Development Corporation

1mb

182kb

4

Cooperation or competition – capacity building in the Asia-Pacific
Ms Carolyn Tanner, Senior Lecturer in Agricultural Economics, University of Sydney

90kb

114kb

4

Meeting market expectations – the future role of GM technology
Dr Chris Preston, Program Leader, CRC for Australian Weed Management

927kb

134kb

4

Meeting market expectations – the future role of GM technology
Mr Richard Haire, Chief Executive Officer, Queensland Cotton

204kb

127kb

4

Meeting market expectations – the future role of GM technology
Ms Mara Bun, General Manager Business Development, States and Rural Development Corporations, CSIRO

162kb

132kb

4

Meeting market expectations – the future role of GM technology
Professor Robert Henry, Director, Centre for Plant Conservation Genetics, Southern Cross University

10mb

1.5mb

5

Australia’s Import Risk Analysis process compared and contrasted
Ms Mary Harwood, Executive Manager, Biosecurity Australia, Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry

401kb

166kb

5

Stakeholder Perspectives - Trading Partner
Mr Dennis Hannapel, Area Director for Oceania, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Department of Agriculture, US Embassy

1.8mb

893kb

5

Stakeholder Perspectives - Industry
Ms Kathleen Plowman, General Manager Policy Division, Australian Pork Limited

483kb

277kb

5

Stakeholder Perspectives - Industry
Mr David Hunt-Sharman, Chief Executive, Australian Table Grape Association Inc.

2mb

692kb

5

Stakeholder Perspectives - State Government
Dr Warren Hoey, Director General, Queensland Department of Primary Industries

115kb

73kb

6

Opening the world to Australian produce
Mr John Webster, Managing Director, Horticulture Australia Limited

1.3mb

489kb

7

Who manages residue risks?
Dr Joe Smith, Acting Chief Executive Officer, Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority

314kb

949kb

7

Identity preservation
Dr Duncan Leadbitter, Regional Director – Asia Pacific, Marine Stewardship Council

1.1mb

468kb

7

Managing cross-contamination in the livestock industry
Mr Malcolm Foster, Managing Director, Rangers Valley Cattle Station Pty Ltd, Chair, National Feedlot Accreditation Scheme, Director, Australian Lot Feeders’ Association

187kb

171kb

7

Challenges for the processed food and beverage industries
Mr Dick Wells, Chief Executive, Australian Food and Grocery Council

407kb

107kb

If you experience any trouble accessing the files in the above downloadable formats, a copy can be obtained from :

Name: Bisecurity, Development & Evaluation 
Address: GPO Box 858, Canberra ACT 2601
Email: BDE
Phone: +61 2 6272 4914