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1

Animal Welfare Act excludes what species?

Food/production animals, horses not used in research, rats (rattus), mouse (mus), birds raised for research

2

Examples of regulated and unregulated facilities for AWA?

Regulated: research facilities, dealers, exhibitors
Unregulated: agricultural shows, dog/cat shows, rodeos, retail pet stores, county fairs

3

Which federal act requires established a five-day holding period requirement for dogs and cats at shelters and other holding facilities?

Animal Welfare Act

4

Who enforces the Animal Welfare Act

Usually APHIS, however in fighting cases will involve dept of justice

5

FDA is housed within what federal unit?

Health and human services

6

Who has regulatory authority over pesticides (insecticides, fungicides, rodenticides)

EPA

7

Who has regulatory authority over animal antimicrobials, antiparasiticides, production drugs?

FDA-CVM

8

Who has regulatory authority over veterinary biologics (vaccines, antisera, diagnostic kits)

USDA-APHIS

9

AMDUCA requirements? AMDUCA enforced by whom?

Enforced by FDA
- needs to be on the order of a vet with valid VCPR
- won't cause violative residues in food animals
- NOT in feed
- No available/effective labeled drug available

10

What's the use of MUMS Act

FDA office that works with getting labelled drugs for minor uses (limited geography, etc) or minor species (not cattle, horse, turkey, chicken, dog, cat, swine)

11

Who regulates pet food recalls?

FDA

12

NIOSH is under ___ organization; they (are/are not) a regulatory body

Under CDC (which is under HHS); they are not regulatory body (does research/consulting)

13

OSHA is part of ____ organization; what is its role?

Part of Department of Labor; sets standards and enforcements

14

What is the difference between food defense and food safety?

Safety protects against unintentional adulteration; defense is against intentional adulteration

15

Which agency enforces the 'don't sell small turtles' act?

FDA

16

NARMS (National Antibiotic Resistance Monitoring System) is a collaboration of which agencies?

FDA, CDC, USDA

17

What does NARMS track?

Antimicrobial resistance in food-borne bacteria from humans, retail meats, animals

18

One of your clients stops you in the grocery store because she is confused about the new USDA Animal
Disease Traceability program. Based on your knowledge, you explain that ADT is defined as the ability to:
A.Find all animal products involved in a foodborne illness outbreak

B.Find the place of birth for all animals involved in a foodborne illness outbreak

C.Find the country of origin for all infected and exposed animals involved in a foreign animal
disease outbreak

D.Know where an animal was by linking an official animal identification with a specific location in time

E.Know where an animal was by linking an official animal identification with their country of birth

D.Know where an animal was by linking an official animal identification with a specific location in time

19

What types of cattle are required to have official animal Disease Tracing (ADT) tags?

All dairy, all beef intact over 18 months, any cattle used in shows, rodeos, or exhibitions

20

Your dairy client is shipping a load of replacement heifers to a breeder in another State and needs
official identification along with an ICVI. Which form of official ID could be used without approval and
agreement from the animal health officials in both the shipping and receiving States?
A.Official eartag

B.Implanted Electronic ID (EID)

C.Tattoo

D.Brand

E.Digital photo

A.Official eartag

21

When an accredited veterinarian (AV) completes an ICVI, he or she must forward a copy to the State or Tribe of origin of the shipment within 7 calendar days from the date the ICVI is signed. Additionally, the AV must retain records for ___ years for poultry or swine; ___ years for other livestock species

2 yr poultry/swine
5 yr cattle,sheep, goat, bison, equid, cervids

22

What is the best option to ensure each heifer has an official identification number properly recorded
on the ICVI and complies with the ADT rule?
A.Restrain every heifer and clean the existing tags and record the numbers from the official eartags
on the ICVI.

B.Record the easy-to-read farm identification tag number on the ICVI.

C.Remove the filthy tag and apply a new official metal eartag that can be easily read and recorded
on the ICVI.

D.Leave the filthy tag and apply a new official metal eartag that can be easily read and recorded
on the ICVI.

A.Restrain every heifer and clean the existing tags and record the numbers from the official eartags
on the ICVI.

23

If an ADT tag were to be replaced in a beef cow, you must keep records about the event for how long?
A.2 years
B.3 years
C.4 years
D.5 years
E.The life of the animal, which varies between dairy and beef cattle

D.5 years

24

Who do you contact to find out if certification statements are needed?
A.State Animal Health Official in the shipping State

B.APHIS Assistant Director in the shipping State

C.State Animal Health Official in the receiving State

D.APHIS Assistant Director in the receiving State

E.State Animal Health Official in both the shipping and receiving States

F.APHIS Assistant Director in both the shipping and receiving States

The correct answer is E, the State Animal Health Official in both the shipping and receiving States. Depending on the livestock species, age of the animal, and type of movement, they will advise if additional statements are required. The AD is not involved in interstate movement documentation,

25

As an accredited veterinarian, how many calendar days do you have to submit the designated pages to
the shipping State?
A.2
B.3
C.7
D.10
E.14

7 days (C)

26

As an accredited veterinarian, how many years must you keep a copy of this ICVI for cattle movement?
A.2 years
B.3 years
C.4 years
D.5 years
E.The lifespan of the heifer
, which could be 10 years

D. 5 years

27

FSIS has regulatory authority to inspect Meat products containing more than 3% meat under what act?

Federal Meat Inspection Act (FMIA)

28

FSIS has regulatory authority to inspect Poultry products containing more than 2% poultry (with exceptions) under what act?

Poultry Products Inspection Act (PPIA)

29

FSIS has regulatory authority to inspect Liquid, frozen or dried egg products (eggs out of the shell) under what act?

Egg Products Inspection Act (EPIA)

30

FSIS has regulatory authority to inspect Cattle, calves, sheep, swine, horses, and mules pre-slaughter under what act?

Humane Methods of Slaughter Act

note: Excludes poultry (Good Commercial Practices)

31

Which federal agency regulates/inspects sandwiches?

Open-faced: FSIS
Closed-faced: FDA

32

Select the agencies or organizations that provide opportunities for veterinarians to get involved during
an animal health emergency response (Select all that apply):
A.National Animal Health Emergency Response Corps (NAHERC)

B.National Veterinary Response Team (NVRT)

C.State Animal Response Team (SART)

D.Veterinary Medical Assistance Team (VMAT)

E.Veterinary Medical Reserve Corps (VMRC)

All of above (A-E)

33

The concept of tiered response is central to the National Response Framework. What does tiered
response mean? Select the best response.
A.
The responses to all levels of incidents are coordinated by the Department of Homeland Security.
B.
Incidents should be handled at the lowest jurisdictional level possible.
C.
The responses to animal health emergencies will be coordinated by the USDA as the primary agency.
D.
The Federal response is tiered (ordered) by Emergency Support Function (ESF) Annexes.

B. All incidents should be handled at the lowest jurisdictional level possible. Most incidents
are handled at the local level and never involve State or Federal resources

34

From largest scope to smallest scope, order the following:
•Incident Command System (ICS)
• Operations
•National Response Framework (NRF)
• National Incident Management System (NIMS)
•Task Force

A.NRF, NIMS, Operations, ICS, Task Force

B.NRF, NIMS, Task Force ICS, Operations

C.NIMS, NRF, Task Force, ICS, Operations

D.NRF, NIMS, ICS, Operations, Task Force


D.NRF, NIMS, ICS, Operations, Task Force

35

Match the responsibilities with the appropriate position in the Incident Command System.
•Incident Commander
• Team Leader
•Safety Officer
• Team Member
•Group Supervisor

1.Briefing team members about tasks to perform
2.Monitors activities of the incident
3.Carrying out the tasks of the operation
4.Selects objectives for the incident response
5.Verifying qualifications of personnel

4 –Incident Commander; 2 – Safety Officer; 5 – Group Supervisor; 1 – Team Leader; 3 -- Team Member

36

As an accredited veterinarian, once additional training had been completed, which roles could you
perform in an animal health emergency response? Mark all that apply.
A.Vaccinating animals with a product approved by the Incident Commander
B.Interviewing owners of animals to determine if exposures occurred
C.Collecting samples for diagnostic testing
D.Cleaning and disinfecting equipment exiting an infected operation
E.Monitoring the safety of
Team Members at an incident

All of the above (A-e)

37

Typical activities of primary prevention

Remove source of list; educate/awareness on risk; improve general health

38

Typical activities of secondary prevention

Screening for exposure/occult disease; PEP; Early treatment to minimize impact for dz

39

Typical activities of tertiary prevention

Treatment tailored to the patient; rehab to promote recovery

40

Which of these foods is NOT regulated by FDA (and who regulates it?)
a. Spam
b. puppy food
c. chocolate-covered cherries
d. frozen spinach
e. imported caviar

a. usda

41

Which of these foods is NOT regulated by FDA (and who regulates it?)
a. aspirin
b. anti-lice shampoo
c. insect repellent
d. eye shadow
e. lipstick

c. epa

42

Which of these foods is NOT regulated by FDA (and who regulates it?)
a. pesticide residues in lettuce
b. canned tomatoes
c. oven cleaner
d. spaghetti
e. pet turtles

c. consumer products safety commission

43

Which of these foods is NOT regulated by FDA (and who regulates it?)
a. airport security x-ray machines
b. laser products used in lumber mills
c. magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) diagnostic
equipment
d. smoke detectors
e. microwave ovens

d. consumer products safety commission

44

Which of these foods is NOT regulated by FDA (and who regulates it?)
a. TV sets
b. over-the-counter antacid
c. TV ads for aspirin
d. diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus vaccine
e. human plasma

c. FTC

45

Which of these foods is NOT regulated by FDA (and who regulates it?)
a. baby pacifiers
b. baby bottle nipples
c. ceramic ware for food use
d. coffee mugs
e. eye chart

a. consumer products safety commission

46

Which of these foods is NOT regulated by FDA (and who regulates it?)
a. illegal heroin use
b. veterinary tetracycline
c. barbiturates
d. medicinal oxygen
e. methadone

a. DEA

47

Which of these foods is NOT regulated by FDA (and who regulates it?)
a. kidney dialysis machine
b. tongue depressor
c. toothpaste
d. fluoridated toothpaste
e. hair dryer

e. consumer products safety commission

48

Which of these foods is NOT regulated by FDA (and who regulates it?)
. a. label on beer
b. ground coffee
c. coffee beans
d. rabbit meat
e. canned tuna

a. Bureau of Alcohol, tobacco, and firearms

49

Which of these foods is NOT regulated by FDA (and who regulates it?)
a. home canning equipment
b. food warehouse
c. drug warehouse
d. hearing aid dispenser (retailer)
e. exporting of drugs

a. In a MOU with consumer products safety commission

50

Which of these foods is NOT regulated by FDA (and who regulates it?)
a. Halloween make-up
b. theatrical make-up
c. soap
d. eye mascara
e. nail polish

c. Consumer Products Safety Commission

51

Which of these foods is NOT regulated by FDA (and who regulates it?)
a. vaccine for horses
b. penicillin for horses
c. medicated feed for hogs
d. pet parrots
e. bird feed

a. cvb- aphis

52

Which of these foods is NOT regulated by FDA (and who regulates it?)
a. tap water
b. club soda
c. bottled mineral water
d. ginger ale
e. bottled water for water cooler

a. epa

53

Which of these foods is NOT regulated by FDA (and who regulates it?)
a. tamper-resistant packaging for over-the-counter
(OTC) drugs
b. child-proof packaging for OTC drugs
c. plastic containers for soft drinks
d. valentine heart containing chocolates
e. a tube containing medical ointment

b. Consumer Products Safety Commission

54

Which of these foods is NOT regulated by FDA (and who regulates it?)
a. grooming cream for dogs
b. artificial limb for dogs
c. laser scanner at supermarket checkout
d. mercury vapor lamps
e. vitamin C tablets

a. Cons Products Safety Commission