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Adverse Experience Reporting System to be upgraded

16 August 2011

As part of its commitment to continuous improvement, the APVMA will shortly begin upgrading its online adverse experience reporting system. This upgrade will help ensure the system is user friendly and contemporary.

The current online system will be unavailable from Monday 29 August 2011 while it is undergoing redevelopment, however the adverse experience reporting forms will remain available:

The Adverse Experience Reporting Program (AERP) allows users to provide feedback about the performance of registered pesticides and veterinary medicines in the Australian marketplace.

Find out more about how the program works.


Adverse Experiences

  • To report an unintended effect from the use of registered agricultural or veterinary chemicals.

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Last updated on 5 July, 2013