ALIRT Incident Reporting
What does the producer need to do?
- Call one of the following to report a possible ALIRT qualified incident.
- First choice should be to call your own livestock Veterinarian
- If you are unable to contact your livestock veterinarian please contact one of the following:
- Fill out incident report. English Incident Report , Spanish Incident Report
- Be available! ALIRT will only respond at the request of the producer. If an ALIRT Response is initiated the producer needs to be available to offer assistance as requested and answer questions. It is important to compile a herd health history, use the Incident Report Sheet to help with collecting this information.
What happens next?
- After a livestock incident is reported the information will be distributed to the ALIRT Executive Committee who will determine if an ALIRT Response should be activated.
- Once an ALIRT Response is activated an ALIRT First Responder will contact the producer to coordinate the collection of materials for laboratory testing and any other processes that need to be initiated.
- If the incident is reported to ALIRT by an ALIRT First Responder that responder will typically be the one assigned to the response.
- All findings and recommendations will be provided to the producer by the first responder.
For General Correspondence
School of Animal and Comparative Biomedical Sciences
PO Box 210090
Tucson, AZ 85721