Plant Health Australia is a peak national coordinating body for plant health in Australia. It identifies and commissions projects, and coordinates policy development at the national level to protect Australia"s plant industries and related resources from the risks posed by organisms through the implementation of exclusion, eradication and control measures. PHA manages agreed plant health programs on behalf of all its members, to deliver a coordinated and effective national plant health framework for preventing and responding to exotic and other emergency pests. The company is addressing priority plant health issues, building a genuine partnership approach between industry and government and ensuring members can be involved in, and can contribute to, policy making and direction setting on major plant health issues. Company activities are funded from annual subscriptions paid by members. PHA members include the Australian Government, all state and territory governments and national representative plant industry organisations. PHA is a non-profit public company limited by guarantee.