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Announcing a fresh web experience for PSNAP

The Plant Surveillance Network Australasia-Pacific (PSNAP) is excited to unveil a refreshed network website for surveillance professionals that provides a more seamless digital experience, both on desktop and mobile, making it more intuitive and easy-to-use.

PSNAP enables members to communicate about plant pest surveillance and acts as a coordination point for professionals and practitioners to strengthen surveillance capability across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific region.

“At the centre of the refresh is an easy-to-use website that is more streamlined, offering a visually engaging experience,” said Dr Lucy Tran-Nguyen, PHA General Manager, Partnerships and Innovation.

Designed with practitioners in mind, the website offers members access to the latest surveillance resources, information and training including:

  • Fact sheets and videos
  • National Surveillance Protocols (NSPs) and plans
  • Reports and strategies
  • News and insights
  • Training and events
  • Careers

The National Plant Biosecurity Surveillance Professional Development and Protocols Project is coordinated and delivered by Plant Health Australia and is funded by the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry. The objectives of the Project are to enhance and strengthen Australia’s surveillance capacity and capability to identify priority plant pests that impact on plant industries, environment and the community.

Not a member? Apply to join PSNAP today.