Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) responds to emergencies that affect the following industries:
We have arrangements to respond to emergencies at state and national levels.
- Learn more about emergency arrangements at federal level.
- Learn more about emergency arrangements at state level on the State Emergency Service website.
Types of emergencies
We give advice to primary industries on how to manage the following emergencies:
Reporting a suspected animal or plant disease
Quick reporting can prevent a major outbreak of a pest or disease.
Call one our hotlines if you suspect an animal or plant disease.
Managing animals in emergencies: have your say
The State Government is seeking feedback from farmers, property owners, and pet owners about how they care for their animals during and after an emergency.
Additional recovery assistance for communities worst hit by the Pinery bushfire
Minister for Justice Michael Keenan, represented by the Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey, and South Australian Minister for Communities and Social Inclusion Zoe Bettison today announced additional recovery assistance for communities hardest hit by the…
Agricultural impact assessment of fires continuesThe assessment on the impact of stock and other agricultural losses as a result of the devastating Pinery fire continues.Read more about Agricultural impact assessment of fires continues
Pinery Fire livestock impact assessment continuesThe assessment on the impact of stock and other agricultural losses as a result of the devastating Pinery fire is still being conducted by officers from the Department of Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA)Read more about Pinery Fire livestock impact assessment continues
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