Leptosure RMP submissions



For a farm to be assigned a Protected Leptosure TM status, all classes of dairy animals and any beef animals and pigs in contact with the dairy enterprise must be vaccinated and 'all applicable steps' have been undertaken.

- All classes of dairy cattle
- All dairy cattle newly introduced over the last 12 months
- All beef cattle or pigs in contact with the dairy enterprise
- Vaccine will be stored, handled and administered according to the manufacturers instructions
- Records of vaccinations have been started and will be maintained
- All farm staff are aware of ways to minimise the risk of human leptospirosis
- Footwear is worn at all times by all people in the farm dairy
- Gumboots, aprons and gloves are available for anyone working in the farm dairy
- Waterproof plasters are available for anyone working in the farm dairy
- Regular farm visitors and families are made aware of ways to minimise risk of leptospirosis
- Leptospirosis risk management has been discussed with all relevant staff
- The farmer is aware of ways to minimise risk of leptospirosis through effluent management
- Pig effluent is contained and not accessible to cattle
- The farmers is aware of ways to minimise risk of leptospirosis relating to waterway management
- The farmer is aware that beef cattle, deer, sheep and goats can be a leptospirosis risk
- The farmer is aware that rodent control can minimise leptospirosis risk, has rodent control policy
- The farmer is aware that dogs are susceptible to leptospirosis

- I have obtained the signature of the farmer client
- Client (farmer) has given consent to have protected status shown on Leptosure website
- I have explained to the client the terms and conditions of the Leptosure Risk Management Plan