Isolations and incidents of Salmonella in wild mammals on all premises in Great Britain, 2014

This dataset shows the total number of Salmonella isolations and incidents in wild mammals on GB Premises for 2014. The data is grouped by Salmonella subspecies, the numbers of isolations and incidents are given, and the whole is grouped by year. An 'isolation' is defined as the first report of a salmonella isolate (a cultured instance of Salmonella from a sample) from a known group of animals on a single occasion. An 'incident' is the confirmation of the same Salmonella type on one or more occasion within a set time period (usually thirty days), and within the same group of animals or same location. The laboratory facilities are UKAS accredited to BS EN ISO 17025:2000 (Lab Nos. 0941, 1769 and 2112) for an extensive range of tests supported by proficiency testing accredited to ISO/IEC Guide 43-1 1997 (Lab No. 0004). APHA is certificated to BS EN ISO 9001:2000 for ‘the provision of a range of specialist veterinary scientific services to the Government and other interested parties worldwide’ (Certificate Nos. LRQ 4000436, 4001071, 0962413 and 4001392). Additionally, APHA holds Good Laboratory Practice and Good Manufacturing Practice approval and complies with the Joint Code of Practice for Research projects and Good Clinical Veterinary Practice quality standards. APHA Weybridge is accredited to BS EN ISO 14001:2004 for environmental management system. Attribution statement: ©Crown Copyright, APHA 2016

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Last Updated November 1, 2023, 13:34 (UTC)
Created June 24, 2016, 16:53 (UTC)