Plant risk analyses

​We develop policies that allow the safe importation of plant and plant products.

Risk analyses considers the level of biosecurity risk​ that may be associated with the importation of a good, and identifies appropriate ways to manage the risk.

Risk analyses conducted establish a balance between Australia’s international obligations and the various biosecurity risks that goods may pose to our country.

More information about the risk analysis process can be found on the conducting a biosecurity risk analysis page and in the Biosecurity Import Risk Analysis guidelines.

Further information

We use the stakeholder register for distributing biosecurity risk analysis policy information to registered stakeholders. Stakeholders interested in receiving information and updates on biosecurity risk analyses are invited to subscribe via the department’s online subscription service. By subscribing to Biosecurity Risk Analysis Plant, you will receive Biosecurity Advices and other notifications relating to plant biosecurity policy.

A list of current plant risk analyses and finalised plant risk assessments are available below.

Current plant risk analyses

Finalised plant risk analyses

Ceased plant risk analyses



 
Last reviewed: 16 December 2019
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