Veterinary Checks On Imports And Transit Of Products From Third Countries

Original Language Title: veterinární kontroly dovozu a tranzitu produktů ze třetích zemí

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376/2003 Sb.



DECREE



of 30 March 2004. October 2003



on veterinary checks of imports and transit of products from third countries



259/2005: Sb.



375/2006: Sb.



59/2008: Sb.



108/2013: Sb.



The Ministry of agriculture lays down, pursuant to section 78 of the Act No. 166/1999 Coll.

veterinary care and amending certain related laws (health

Act), as amended by Act No. 131/2003 Coll. (hereinafter the "Act") to perform

§ 33 para. 6, § 37 para. 5, § 38 paragraph 1(a). 4 and § 38 paragraph 1(a). 2 of the Act:



§ 1



The subject of the edit



(1) this Ordinance "^ 1") incorporates the relevant provisions of the European Union "^ 1a) and

modifies the



and the method of implementation) the place and the border veterinary checks on products

imported from countries that are not Member States of the European Union (hereinafter referred to

"third countries"), the location, physical and personnel security

boarder veterinary station,



(b) cooperation and assistance) the importers and their agents (hereinafter referred to as "importer"),

provided by the authorities of the border veterinary checks,



c) details of the measures, which makes frontier veterinary authorities

checks on the basis of the finding that the import conditions are met,



d) range and for more particulars on the data, the authorities of the border

veterinary checks shall be communicated by means of remote data transmission,



e) requirements for the importation of products intended for the free zone,

free warehouse or a customs warehouse, and on their border

veterinary inspection,



(f) details of the authorisation of reimportation) products which have been

rejected by a third country, and direct delivery of products intended for consumption

the crew and passengers on board the vessel in international maritime transport,



(g) permitting transit) for details of products from third countries,



h) cases where the imported products are not subject to certain provisions of the

imports of products from third countries.



(2) the animal health inspection provided for in this Decree shall be subject to the imported animals

and products, the list of which is given in the code of the European Union

the document lists of animals and products subject to the checks

the border veterinary stations in ^ 1b).



§ 2



According to this Decree, shall mean



and) products-products of animal origin which are covered by special

^ Law 1 c), animal by-products by directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union ^ 1 d), the products to which it applies

directly applicable regulation the European Union ^ 1e), and plant products

referred to in the legislation of the European Union providing lists of animals and

the products, which are subject to border veterinary checks on

stations in ^ 1b),



b) veterinary check-any physical check or

administrative act, relating to the products, the purpose of which is, directly or

indirect protection of public or animal health,



c) documentary (review)-verification of the veterinary certificates and

other documents accompanying the products,



(d) conformity-checking) Visual inspection, the purpose of which is to verify that

the animal health certificate or other document accompanying the products corresponds to the

designation and these products,



e) physical check-control products, which may include

check the packaging and temperature and also sampling and laboratory

the examination,



f) importer-the natural or legal person who carries out the obligations

resulting from the directly applicable European Union legislation, which

lays down the Community customs code ^ 1f), and associated with the importation of the consignment

on the territory of the Member States (hereinafter referred to as "the Union")



g) consignment-a certain amount of products of the same type, covered by the

the same veterinary certificate or other document, transported in the same

means of transport and coming from the same third country or part of a third

country,



h) border veterinary station-the border inspection posts designated

and approved by the European Commission (hereinafter referred to as "the Commission") to perform the border

veterinary checks on products coming from third countries at the border

one of the Member States of the European Union (hereinafter referred to as "Member State"),



I) import-release for free circulation of products, as well as the intention of the

release products for free circulation in accordance with directly applicable legislation

The European Union and laying down the Community customs code ^ 1 g),



j) import conditions-health requirements for imported products,

provided by law, this Decree and the special legislation ^ 2) in the

accordance with the requirements laid down by the legislation of the European Union,



k) by the competent authority-the central authority of a Member State empowered to

carrying out veterinary checks or any authority to which that competence has been

entrusted to.



Veterinary checks on products imported from third countries



§ 3



(1) each consignment of products coming from a third country and intended for

import into the territory of the Union,



and) must comply with the animal health requirements for the production, processing,

storage, transport and marketing of the products into circulation referred to in the

applicable regulations of the European Union ^ 2a) or animal health requirements

that are equivalent to those requirements,



(b)) must be accompanied by the original of the veterinary certificates or other

the required accompanying documents that confirm compliance with veterinary

requirements referred to under (a)), as well as special import

conditions, if determined by decision of the institutions of the European Union,



(c)), regardless of the customs destination of the goods subjected to a ^ 3)

border veterinary inspection, inspection of documents, verification of compliance

and a physical check, if the consignment of animals and products referred to in

European Union rules requiring lists of animals and products

apply controls at the border veterinary stations ^ 1b).



(2) the importer announces the arrival of shipment border veterinary station

products in the manner laid down by the directly applicable European law

Union ^ 3a). This Regulation shall be governed by and when filling out the common

Veterinary entry document (hereinafter referred to as "entry document") and

dealing with the document.



(3) the official veterinarian of the border veterinary station progresses

After notification of arrival of consignments of the products referred to in the regulation directly applicable

The European Union ^ 3a). Inspections of the documents of compliance referred to in paragraph 1 (b).

(c)), shall be carried out according to the applicable legislation of the European Union directly ^ 3a)

Annex I, laboratory tests and an examination of official samples shall be carried out

According to the applicable legislation of the European Union directly ^ 3a) annex II.



(4) in order to be imported products for which have not yet been import

terms of harmonised at European Union level, it shall ask the importer State

animal health management at least 15 days before the date of such presumed imports

These products of communication laid down conditions under which the

These products are imported from the third country concerned.



§ 4



(1) documentary check validates that the data contained in the animal health

certificate or other document accompanying the products,



and corresponds to the information referred to by the importer) in the input document



(b)) confirm that they are met in those documents referred to veterinary

the warranty.



(2) conformity check shall be carried out in order to verify that the products correspond to the

the data indicated in the health certificate or other document,

accompanying the products. Apart from bulk consignments of products

covered by a special law, ^ 5) includes compliance checking



and in the case of that) are products of animal origin carried in

containers, check whether the seals if they are required,

fixed by an official veterinarian (or other administrative authority) and

intact and the data on them referred to correspond to the data referred to in

the animal health certificate or other document, accompanying the products,



(b)) in other cases, check whether the products are properly labelled with

stamps, markings or other public health

the required marks, whether they are countries of origin and the enterprise

products and whether they correspond to the data indicated in the veterinary certificate

or other document accompanying the products, and the products are packaged in

the first or second packages, whether they are properly equipped with the desired

a label.



(3) during the physical inspection shall proceed as specified in annex No. 4

to this Decree.



§ 5



(1) physical checks shall be carried out in such a way that the importer could not

anticipate that the consignment will be subjected to this out of control.



(2) the frequency of physical checks, which are subjected to the shipment of products from

third countries, for each group of products set out in annex No.

5 to this Decree; However, this is without prejudice to the provisions of the Special

legal regulation of the ^ 5) physical checks.



(3) in accordance with § 48 para. 1 of the law may State Veterinary Administration

to ask the Commission a duly substantiated requests, in particular with regard to the

results of previous veterinary checks, for a reduction in the frequency of

physical checks on products, for which import conditions have been

harmonised at European Union level, if



and) those products originate in a third country or part thereof, that

provide sufficient health guarantees as regards checks on products

intended for export to the territory of the Union carried out at the place of origin, and which are


listed in the list of approved third countries from which the import is enabled

products on the territory of the Union,



(b)) those products originate in firms that are listed in the list of

approved undertakings from third countries,



(c)), for the products exposed to import health certificates.



§ 6



cancelled



§ 7



After completion of the veterinary checks provided for in § 3 (1). 1 (b). (c))

the official veterinarian shall proceed border veterinary station

the directly applicable European Union legislation ^ 3a).



Border veterinary station



§ 8



(1) border veterinary station must



and) be placed in the immediate vicinity of the point of entry into the territory of the United

States and in the customs area. If it is necessary, however, because of the

geographical conditions, for example, with regard to the location of the airport, port,

the railway station, the road border crossing, etc., can be

boarder veterinary station is located at the appropriate distance from the

the point of entry,



(b)) be subject to the jurisdiction of the official veterinarian responsible for the

the implementation of the border veterinary checks.



(2) the official veterinarian of the border veterinary station

computer network operated in accordance with the EU regulation on the

the introduction of the Traces system ^ 4) (hereinafter referred to as "computer network") writes and

updates the information about:



and) the common veterinary entry documents for animals imported into the

The United States, which is not the Member State of destination,



(b)) the common veterinary entry documents for products

transported through the territory of the EU and for products imported under section 11, section 15

paragraph. 2 and section 19,



(c)) the common veterinary entry documents for all animals

imported into the European Union,



(d)) the common veterinary entry documents for all rejected

the shipment and all products that



1. to be in accordance with the requirements laid down by the legislation of the European Union

tracked from the border veterinary station until the arrival of the undertaking at the

place of destination in accordance with § 11 para. 4,



2. comes from one third country and are intended to another third country pursuant to §

in article 13(3). 1,



3. comes from a third country and are intended for the free zone,

free warehouse or the customs warehouse pursuant to § 14 para. 1,



4. are intended for consumption by the crew and passengers on board the vessel in

international maritime transport in accordance with § 19 para. 1,



5. originate from within the European Union and third countries have been rejected under section 20.



(3) in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). point 2 of the Act) of the State Veterinary

Management shall submit proposals for the approval of border veterinary

stations with whether the relevant border inspection post should be

carried out by the border veterinary control of all or some of the

product categories.



(4) the Approved border inspection station must be constructed,

equipped, maintained and operated in accordance with the conditions for approval

border veterinary stations and with the requirements set out in annex No.

8 to this Ordinance.



(5) the State Veterinary Administration publishes a list of approved

border veterinary stations in which they carry out veterinary

checks on products coming from third countries on the territory of the Union, on its

website.



§ 9



(1) border veterinary station must have at least:



and) Office equipped with communication equipment including a telephone, fax,

Animo system Terminal and copy machines with all the necessary

documentation and archiving of the documents relating to the inspection

products,



b) social rooms (dressing rooms, toilets and hand-washing facilities)

they will be together only use the personnel performing the checks,



c) closed, and an area for unloading products from transport

resources. Roofing is required only in the case of consignments of wool,

that is not transported in containers, bulk processed

animal protein not intended for human consumption, animal manure, guano,

Bulk liquid oils and fats, which are transported in ships. In the case of

products that require a certain temperature and which are intended for human

consumption, with the exception of fish, it has to be a transition between the transport area and

place of unloading, closed and protected from the external environment,



(d)), a room for carrying out veterinary checks, where the products

control and samples taken for further tests. Point of collection

the samples may not be separated from the room for carrying out checks,



e) appropriate storage rooms or other areas, to permit under

supervision of the official veterinarian keep suspended simultaneously

the shipment both in chilled and frozen, or at temperatures

in the meantime, environment, than the results of laboratory or other

examination.



(2) the border inspection station, which is approved for veterinary

control of products of chilled, frozen and stored at a temperature of

environment, you must have sufficient available storage spaces, in

could be simultaneously stored corresponding to the quantity of products from

each temperature category. Deep frozen semen and embryos, minor

products or blood products of animal origin, which are

transported to use for technical purposes, including pharmaceuticals

usage, can be checked at the border inspection post using

equipment intended for the handling of the packaged products at

environment, where such consignments are transported at ambient temperatures, in

hermetically sealed, self contained temperature regulating.



(3) the use of storage spaces in the vicinity of the border

Veterinary station, on the same port or customs

the space is possible under the supervision of the official veterinarian, and

provided that the suspended products are stored separately from

other products in a separate lockable room or zone.



(4) the storage of products in special separate containers, permanently

located at the place of unloading is possible, provided that these

the containers are connected with the place of landing in such a way that the process

unloading is protected from the weather. For more storage

products of all categories of means of transport, in which they were

brought to the border veterinary station, is only possible in

exceptional cases under the supervision of the official veterinarian,

in the case of the border inspection post at the point of a road or

the railway border crossing or at the port.



§ 10



(1) products intended for human consumption must be checked in the other

unloading areas, in other rooms, and other storage

areas than products that are not intended for human consumption. This, however,

does not apply to the border inspection post, which is the only approved

for packaged products; in such a border inspection post may be

common place of unloading, if during the landing and after landing

the products are intended for human consumption and products which are not intended to

human consumption, separated from each other so that it cannot be used for the cross-

contamination.



(2) on the basis of the risk evaluation of the provincial veterinary services may

boarder veterinary station, which handles each year a limited number of

consignments of products of any category, products intended for human

consumption, or products intended for human consumption, other than to use the

for all products for which the post is approved, the same

facilities provided for unloading, inspection and storage, if the competent

spaces are used separately for each time your shipment and if the

This equipment, as needed, between handling and inspections properly cleaned and

to sanitize.



§ 11



(1) if



and) products are intended for a Member State or region, applying in the

accordance with the regulations of the European Union special animal health guarantees,



b) samples have been taken, but the results of their examination is not

When the means of transport leaves the border inspection post, still

known, or



c) products are imported in accordance with the regulations of the European Union for the

special purposes,



must be communicated to the competent authority of destination by means of

computer network operated in accordance with the specific legislation ^ 7)

(hereinafter referred to as "computer network") the additional information related to the above

facts.



(2) each consignment of products referred to in paragraph 1 (b). a) and (c)), and

intended for another Member State shall be subject to the inspection of documents, verification of compliance

and a physical check at the border inspection station on the territory of the United

Republic, through which these products are entering the territory of the Union, in particular for the

to verify that these products comply with the requirements laid down

European Union regulations and applicable in the Member State or region

destination. Meat of wild ground game that is imported, unskinned

shall be subject to verification of compliance and a physical check at the border inspection

the station in the first sentence; public health inspection according to directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union, which lays down specific

the rules for the organisation of official controls on products of animal origin


intended for human consumption ^ 1e), and, where appropriate, tests for residues in accordance with

legislation governing the monitoring (monitoring of the) presence of

illicit substances, residues and contaminants, substances, for which the

animal products could be harmful to the health of humans, animals and in

their products are subjected to the ^ 8) in business in the place of destination, which must

be the meat delivered under customs supervision in the manner specified in paragraph

4 (b). and), and this, together with the input document. The results of the

veterinary checks will then be forwarded to the official veterinarian

boarder veterinary station at the site of entry of the products into the territory of the Union.

If necessary, depending on the outcome of these checks shall take the measures

referred to in § 25 para. 1.



(3) Enter the products referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and) and c) to the Czech

Republic, which is not the Member State of destination, shall be made

all the measures to ensure they arrive in the Member State of destination.



(4) in the case of products that have to be in accordance with the requirements laid down

European Union legislation tracked from the border veterinary station

to arrive to the place of destination, you must comply with the following conditions:



and) consignment of products is sent from border veterinary station

business in the place of destination under the supervision of the official veterinarian in it

sealed leak-proof vehicles or containers. Products

referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (c)) shall remain under customs supervision up to the point

determine, together with the input document, which provides the authorised destination

and in which it is given, as necessary, and how the intended process,



(b)) the official veterinarian shall inform the border veterinary station

the competent authority responsible for the establishment in the place of destination via the

computer network ^ 7) on the place of origin and destination of the products,



c) products are in business in the destination of the treated in the manner prescribed

regulations of the European Union,



(d)), the competent veterinary authority responsible for supervision in the place of destination is

informed the leadership of this company for the supply of the products to the place of destination, and

during the 15 days shall inform the official veterinarian of the border

Veterinary station, who reported the shipment. At the same time performs the usual

control, in particular the control of the input records in order to verify that the

products from getting into the business in the place of destination.



(5) if the official veterinarian at the border veterinary station

the point of entry of the products into the United States evidence that products

that have been identified for undertaking an approved for the treatment of products, have not been

delivered to the place of destination, shall take the appropriate measures in relation to the

importers. This is without prejudice to the procedure under article 23.



(6) the State Veterinary Administration shall submit to the Commission a list of undertakings

approved for the treatment of products from third countries listed in

paragraph (4).



§ 12



(1) the consignments of products presented for importation to the territory of the Union, which have been

presented at a border inspection post but are intended to

Import via another border inspection post, which is located on the

territory of the same or another Member State, shall be subject to verification of compliance and

a physical check at the border inspection post of destination

provided that it is by air or shipping activities; on the border

the veterinary station at the point of entry shall be treated in accordance with paragraphs 2 and 3.



(2) if the consignment Is translated from one aircraft to another or from one

ship to another within the customs area of the same port or airport, either

directly or after being unloaded at the airport or on the quay at the time

a shorter 12 hours, in the case of the airport, or with a shorter duration of 7 days,

in the case of a port, it shall inform the competent authority of the importer. This

the authority may in exceptional cases, if a danger to public health or

animals, perform a check of the documents accompanying the consignment, or

their certified copies.



(3) in the case of another case of unloading of the consignment, shall be



and) stored for at least 12 hours within a maximum of 48, in the case of

the airport, or at least 7 and not more than 20 days, in the case of the port under the

the supervision of the official veterinarian in the customs area of the airport or

the port until such time as air, or by sea will be conveyed to the next

border veterinary station



(b)) under the control of documents referred to in paragraph 2, second sentence,



c) subjected to exceptionally matching and a physical check if there is

danger to human or animal health; This is without prejudice to the procedure

under section 23.



(4) if the longest period referred to in paragraph 3 (b). and) must be

the consignment to the first formal border veterinary station subjected to

matching and a physical check pursuant to § 3 (2). 1, § 4.



(5) once the border veterinary station conveyed a consignment

products intended for further resolution, the importer must notify the official

veterinarian border veterinary station



and the likely time required) for unloading of those products,



b) indication of the border veterinary station of destination in the European Union in

the case of the import or transit through the European Union or third country of destination

in the case of shipments directly to a third country,



(c)) the exact location of the consignment, unless it is loaded directly into the aircraft or

the ship, bound for the subsequent destination, and



(d)) the estimated duration of loading for consignment to the aircraft or ship

pointing to a subsequent destination.



section 13 of the



Transit of products from a third country



(1) in order to authorise the transit of consignments from one third country to another

a third country or to the same third country via the territory of the Czech Republic is to be

assume that the



and this consignment comes from) a third country whose products are not prohibited

entry into the territory of the Union, and that is intended for another third country. From this

the request can retreat only when it comes to cross-dock shipments from the

one aircraft to another or from one ship to another in the customs area

the same airport or port to be carried out in accordance with § 12 para. 2 for

the purpose of her next departure without additional stops on the territory of the Union,



(b)) this transit has been previously authorised by the official veterinarian

boarder veterinary station of the Member State in whose territory the

consignment first entered the territory of the Union,



(c) in advance) the importer has agreed to take over the consignment again if they

products rejected, and that it disposed of in accordance with section 36 of the Act.



(2) the authorization of transit referred to in paragraph 1 is subject to the condition that the



shipment submitted to) boarder veterinary station to transit is

accompanied by the documents referred to in section 3, paragraph 3. 1 (b). (b)), if necessary

their translations,



(b) the consignment is presented at) this border inspection post to the

perform inspections of the documents of compliance. The official veterinarian

boarder veterinary station, however, does not have to perform these checks,

in the case of air or shipping, if the consignment



1. is not unloaded. In this case, a check of the documents be limited to

review the list of cargoes,



2. is translated from one aircraft to another or from one ship to another

in the customs area of the same port or airport in the manner specified in section 12 of the

paragraph. 2.

If, however, may be at risk to human or animal health, or if a

suspicion of misconduct, it must be additional physical check,



(c)) in the case of transit through the territory of the Union by road, rail or water

the way of the consignment is



1. sent to the location of the exit from the territory of the Union under customs supervision

together with the documents referred to under (a)) and the input document

a confirmed border veterinary station through which the goods leave the

territory of the Union,



2. without unloading the products or distribution transported after leaving

boarder veterinary station at their place of entry into the territory of the Union in

vehicles or containers sealed by the official veterinarian

boarder veterinary station. Manipulate the consignment during the

transport is not allowed,



3. the consignment leaves the territory of the Union over the border veterinary station

at the latest within 30 days of leaving the border veterinary station at the place

its entry on the territory of the Union, unless otherwise specified with respect to the

the great geographical distance,



d) the official veterinarian of the border veterinary station, which

allow transit, shall inform the official veterinarian of the border

Veterinary station and exit from the territory of the Union

via a computer network ^ 7),



e) the official veterinarian at the place of border veterinary station

the output of the consignment from the territory of the Union shall endorse on the input document, that the consignment

She left the territory of the Union, and a copy thereof shall be sent to the border veterinary

the station at the point of entry to the territory of the Union. If the official veterinary

the doctor of the border veterinary station is not informed of the output

the products from the territory of the Union within the time limit referred to under (c)), point 3, shall notify the

This fact to the competent customs authority shall initiate the investigation required

to determine the actual place of delivery of the products.



(3) inspection of the shipment at the border inspection post at the point of its

exit from the territory of the Union shall be carried out in order to verify whether the consignment

leaving the territory of the Union is equivalent to the shipment, which was sent from space


its entry on the territory of the Union, and that it matches the information in the input

document.



(4) after completion of the checks the input document, which shall accompany the consignment,

annotated by "Formalities of exit from the EC and checks of the transit

goods have confirmed the accuracy and consistency with the article. 11 (1) 2 (a). e) of the directive

97/78/EC ", date, stamp and signature of the border veterinary station

the official veterinarian.



Products intended for the free zone, free warehouse or

customs warehouse



§ 14



(1) the consignment of products coming from a third country and intended for

a free zone, free warehouse or customs warehouse (hereinafter referred to as

"uk"), may be released in advance, if the importer has said that these

products are designed for free circulation on the territory of the Union, or whether they are

intended for other end uses, and whether these products meet

or do not comply with the import conditions. If it is not clearly stated other

the final use of the products, they are considered products for free

circulation on the territory of the Union.



(2) consignments referred to in paragraph 1 are subject to border veterinary

the station at the point of entry into the territory of the Union document checks, verification of compliance and

a physical check in order to verify whether the imported products meet or

do not comply with the import conditions. A physical check shall not be required, with

except in cases of suspicion of threat to human or animal health,

If a check of the documents shows that the products do not correspond to the import

conditions.



(3) the consignment referred to in paragraph 1 shall be accompanied by the documents referred to in

§ 3 para. 1 (b). (b)), if necessary, and their translations.



(4) if it is shown that the importer has made a false statement by

paragraph 1, it shall proceed in accordance with § 36 of the Act.



§ 15



(1) where the checks referred to in section 14 para. 2 import

conditions are met, the official veterinarian of the border inspection

station issues an entry document, intended for connection to the customs documents, and

products may enter the warehouse. From the animal health point of view are

to be eligible for subsequent release into free circulation.



(2) where the checks referred to in section 14 para. 2 import

conditions are not met, the official veterinarian of the border

Veterinary station issues an entry document, intended for connection to customs

documents, products may, however, enter into the warehouse only, provided

that



and products do not come from the third) of the country in which the product is disabled

entry into the territory of the Union,



b) uk is approved for the storage of such products. To do this, in order to

been approved for this purpose, you must



1. be a closed space with entrances and exits which are under

a permanent control of the warehousing. The perimeter and the entry and exit points

free zone and free warehouse are under the supervision of

the Customs authorities,



2. ensure daily recording of all consignments arriving

to or leaving the UK. These records must include the

details of the nature and quantity of the products in the shipment, as well as the name,

where appropriate, the name and surname, if it is a physical person, and business

the name and address in the case of legal persons, and the recipient's address, and shall be

kept for at least 3 years,



3. have available storage or refrigerated spaces that

allow separate storage of products not satisfying the animal health

requirements. The regional Veterinary Administration can give in the case of existing

stores agree to separate storage of these products in the same

storage areas, if these products are stored in the

lockable compartments



4. have available spaces intended for the authorities in charge of animal health

checking with the Internet connection for use by the official veterinarian.

doctor



5. meet the conditions for approval of establishments in which is treated with

animal products laid down by special legislation, ^ 9)



6. be under veterinary supervision,



c) products are subject to documentary checks on delivery to the warehouse, as well as

and the inspection of documents and control of conformity during storage and before

dispatch from the warehouse, and for the purpose of verifying their origin and location

destination. Their departure from the warehouse shall be subject to the approval of the authorities, which

they perform in the warehouse of the State veterinary supervision. If there is a division of

the shipment, packaging must remain the individual parts of the consignment remains unaltered,



(d) the products stored in the warehouse) are in the interest of their identification of the bear

on every piece of the applicable entry document number,



e) the official veterinarian shall issue a border veterinary station

copies of veterinary documents accompanying the products, which saves on

boarder veterinary station.



(3) when there is a suspicion of a threat to human or animal health, it can be

carried out a physical check of all products delivered to the warehouse,

stored or sent from a warehouse.



(4) the recording of consignments referred to in paragraph 2 (a). (b)) must

allow tracking of all consignments and the quantities of products matching

coming into the warehouse and leaving the UK. Must contain further



and country of origin) and the subsequent input border veterinary station

(in the case of consignment coming into the warehouse),



b) serial number of the inbound document, or the document referred to in section 19

paragraph. 3 (b). and)



(c)) mark (number, address) of the destination warehouse, belonging to the operator

referred to in § 19 para. 1 (if needed),



(d)) the vessel to a third country of destination or the place of destination and border

the veterinary station at the point of exit (if needed).



(5) if in inventory to a consignment of products that do not meet the

the import conditions, into two or more parts, the official veterinary

doctor border veterinary station, a veterinary certificate for each

part of the consignment, and shall be marked in it a reference to the original input document

accompanied products when they arrive at the warehouse. This document is then

remains at the border inspection post.



section 16 of the



Veterinary checks of warehouses and storage spaces with a focus

primarily on the



and compliance with the conditions for approval) warehouse,



b) compliance with the requirements to import products that do not meet the

the conditions were not stored in the same room or in the same

an enclosed space in which they are stored products that these

conditions,



(c)) control the entrances to and exits from the warehouse inventory, in particular, at a time when it is

inventory available, in order to prevent products that

do not satisfy the import conditions, leave the storage area without the consent of

the institutions, which perform in the warehouse of the State veterinary supervision,



(d) any changes or prevention) confusion of stored products, as well as

and any changes to their second or first Pack, or

processing.



§ 17



(1) products



and) may not be taking into account the protection of animal health or of the people admitted to a

the warehouse, if you do not satisfy the import conditions,



(b)) shall not be received into the warehouse, where their shipment is not equipped with a

the Customs seals.



(2) consignments referred to in article 15, paragraph 2. 2 may leave the warehouse only for the purpose of



and sent to a third country), to the observance of the requirements of § 13 para. 1

(a). (c)) and paragraph 2. 2 (a). and), c), (d)), and (e)),



(b) transport to the warehouse belonging to) the operator referred to in section 19 para.

1 for the use of the animal health certificate in accordance with § 19 para. 3 (b). and)

contains the description and location of the warehouse,



(c) transport to the location) in which the products are their denaturing

disposed of.



(3) the consignment referred to in paragraph 2 shall be sent in a sealed, official

veterinarian sealed vehicles or containers. Their

transport is carried out without unloading the products and under the supervision of the official

a veterinarian; may not be transferred between warehouses.



(4) the State Veterinary Administration shall submit both a list of

approved warehouses, and a list of the operators referred to in § 7 para.

1.



(5) are not complied with the requirements set out in section 14, 15, 16 and 17 para.

1 to 4 shall apply sanctions according to law. Are not complied with

requirements that relate to the warehouses, the procedure may be amended § 49

paragraph. 1 (b). h) and, if applicable, section 2 § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)) of the Act

suspended or withdrawn their approval; The State Veterinary Administration

no such action shall inform the Commission and the Member States.



section 18



The transport of the products referred to in article 15, paragraph 2. 2 to the warehouse or warehouse

may be carried out only under the following conditions:



and) the official veterinarian of the border veterinary station

convinced that the warehouse into which the products are to be transported, it is

approved for the receipt of products of this kind, not meeting the import

conditions,



(b)) used the seals are of a kind that will break in any

the opening of the vehicle or container,



c) means of transport used are, if necessary, after the use of a properly

cleaned and disinfected,



(d)), the competent authority responsible for the place of dispatch shall inform about transport

products, the competent authority responsible for the place of destination, through the

computer network ^ 7),



e) products to run out to a specified destination within 30 days from the date of

send. If not, it shall inform the authorities in charge of

veterinary checks the competent customs authority.




§ 19



Products supplied for consumption by the crew and passengers on board the vessel in

international maritime transport



(1) operators who supply the products referred to in article 15, paragraph 2. 2 and

intended for consumption by the crew and passengers on vessels in

international maritime transport, shall also meet the requirements of

arising from § 37 para. 3 of the Act and § 14, § 15 para. 2 (a). a), (b))

points 2, 3 and 5, § 16 and § 17 para. 1 must meet the following conditions



and) supply of products which cannot be processed, if

do not meet in an unprocessed state the requirements of the European Union,



(b)) shall immediately notify the competent authority of the State veterinary supervision

delivery of the products to your warehouse.



(2) If a warehouse operator referred to in paragraph 1 is placed in the

the free zone, shall comply with the requirement referred to in article 15, paragraph 2. 2

(a). (b) the second sentence of paragraph 1).



(3) the operators referred to in paragraph 1 shall



and deliver the products directly to) the deck of the sea-going vessel or a separately

an approved warehouse in the port of destination, and in such a way as to

products supplied could not be relocated from the port zone to another

the place of destination. In the course of carriage from the warehouse of origin to the port of destination,

which takes place under customs supervision, the products must be accompanied by a

an animal health certificate drawn up in accordance with the specimen in annex No 9

to this Decree. For a consignment containing products derived from different

shipments must be used only a veterinary certificate



(b) to report to the competent authority in advance) of the port zone of the Member State,

where the products are shipped, and the appropriate authorities in the port Member

State of destination date of dispatch of the products and the details about the place of their

destination. This is done through the health certificate

referred to under (a)). If the consignment is intended for a port in a different

Member State, a copy of this certificate to the competent authority in

the port of destination. After the shipment of the products and the signature of the certificate for

the competent authority at the port of destination shall return the certificate to the official

veterinarian as proof of delivery of the products,



(c)) to provide proof that the products have reached its final

determine



(d)) to keep records of inputs of the products to the store and their outputs

from the warehouse, allowing to control parts of consignments remaining in

the warehouse, for at least 3 years.



(4) operators must ensure that products have been supplied to the ships,

that do not meet the requirements of the regulations of the European communities, with the exception of

supplies for the crew and passengers outside the coastal zone on the territory of the Union.



(5) the competent authority of the port zone of the Member State from which the

products supplied, shall inform the competent authority of the port zone of the Member

State of destination on dispatch of the products at the latest on the day of their departure and the

He shall communicate the place of their destination via a computer network ^ 7).



(6) the provisions of § 17 para. 5 and § 18 shall apply mutatis mutandis.



Re-importation of products the rejected third country



section 20



(1) the re-importation of a consignment of products that originate in the territory of the Union and have been

rejected by a third country, may not be refused if the competent authority that

issued the certificate accompanying the products, agrees with the returning them and

If the conditions are met, § 37 para. 2 of the Act.



(2) transport of reimported products to business of origin takes place in

leak-proof means of transport, identified and sealed

the competent authority so that any opening of the means of transport

the seals have been broken.



(3) the official veterinarian of the border veterinary station

permits the carriage referred to in paragraph 2, it shall inform the competent authority in

the place of destination via a computer network ^ 7).



section 21



(1) if the dispatch of the products imported from a third country back because

do not satisfy the import conditions or other misconduct has occurred or

irregularities, the official veterinarian of the border veterinary station



and when you change) as the path of the consignment in accordance with the Special

legislation, ^ 10)



(b)) shall ensure that the products were not sent back via another border

Veterinary station.



(2) if the products referred to in paragraph 1 to be disposed of,

removing the device, designed and approved for this purpose, which is

located nearest to the border inspection post in the manner referred to

in directly applicable European Union legislation ^ 1 d).



(3) if the importation of the products referred to in paragraph 1 for purposes other

than for human consumption, they shall be taken during transport and treatment in

accordance with the directly applicable EU regulation ^ 1 d)). Official

the veterinarian shall inform the regional border veterinary station

animal health management, in which the circuit is a device designed as the recipient

the products the products are shipped to this device, through the

the computerized network Animo. ^ 7)



section 22



Fresh fishery products immediately landed from a fishing boats

flying the flag of a third country prior to import to the territory of the Union subject to

veterinary checks laid down in respect of fish immediately landed

fishing vessels flying the flag of a Member State. ^ 12)



Article 23 of the



(1) in case of suspected non-compliance with import conditions, or when

doubts about the identity or actual destination of the products, or

whether the products meet the requirements and guarantees laid down in the specific

the legislation, a ^ 2) the official veterinarian of the border

Veterinary station veterinary checks it may deem appropriate to the

the confirmation or refutation of that suspicion or doubt.



(2) if the case referred to in paragraph 1, products shall remain under

supervision of the official veterinarian of the border veterinary station

until the results of the checks are not available.



(3) when they confirm the suspicion or doubt as referred to in paragraph 1,

strengthen the veterinary checks on products of the same origin.



(4) if it is found that there has been a violation of the import conditions apply,

the penalties under the Act.



(5) products, which according to the customs-approved treatment of the goods is not intended

to the importation into the territory of the Union (article 3 (1)), or to a free zone,

free warehouse or the customs warehouse (section 14 (1)), but are intended to

other purpose, must be subjected to a verification of compliance and the physical check, whether

meet or do not meet the import conditions. Check is not performed, if

These products are disposed of or returned.



Protective measures



section 24



(1) if he proves one of the veterinary checks provided for in this

Notice that the shipment of the products may constitute a danger to health

animal or human, regional Veterinary Administration



and) orders in accordance with § 49 paragraph 1. 1 (b). (d)), § 54 para. 1 of the law

depreciation and disposal of products,



(b)) shall immediately inform through the information exchange system

referred to in § 3 (1). 2 other frontier veterinary station and Commission

findings and of the origin of the products covered by these

fact, or even concern about the need to take appropriate

measures.



(2) if there is an or spread on the territory of a third country of disease

referred to in annex No. 1 to the law, a disease transmissible from animals to man

or other diseases or any other phenomenon or other circumstance that

may pose a serious threat to animal or public health, or

If required by other serious health reason, in particular with regard to the

the results of the veterinary checks carried out at border inspection

station or to identify other bodies of the State veterinary supervision,

State Veterinary Administration may ask the Commission for adoption of one of the

the following measures:



and stop the importation of products from) the third country concerned or from one of its

part, or from a third country which is a country of transit,



b) laying down special conditions for products coming from the appropriate

a third country or to any part thereof,



(c) elaboration of requirements for the appropriate) veterinary checks, which may

include specific searches of the risks to animal or human health, and

Depending on the results of these checks and the increase in the frequency of physical

checks.



(3) if the Commission has not taken on the basis of information of the State Veterinary

the appropriate management measures, the State Veterinary Administration to declare, in

accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). (c)), § 54 para. 1 of the law of the extraordinary

veterinary measures, concerning relations with the third country concerned and to the

products imported from it.



§ 25



(1) if the revision of the results of the veterinary checks provided for in this order

serious or repeated violations of the laws of the European Union on

import and transit of products from third countries on the territory of the Union, national

animal health management



and) shall inform the Commission of the nature of the consignment of the products and how to

their use,



b) orders the taking of more stringent veterinary checks on all consignments

products of the same origin. In particular, must be suspended the next 10

consignments of products of the same origin and must be requested in advance to pay the


the cost of veterinary inspection, consisting of the physical checks, including

sampling and laboratory examination in accordance with Annex No.

4 to this notice. If this is confirmed, check that the products do not meet the

the import conditions, manage faulty consignment or part thereof pursuant to §

paragraph 36. 2 to 6 of the Act.



(2) the State Veterinary Administration shall inform the Commission of the results of more stringent

veterinary checks referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (b)).



(3) if it is found exceeding the maximum residue limits established by

the legislation, with ^ 13) shall carry out more stringent veterinary checks

referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (b)).



section 26



(1) if the authorities of the State veterinary supervision at the point of sale

products imported from third countries, that the border veterinary

station to another Member State or in the inventory referred to in § 14 para. 1

are not complied with European Union regulations governing the importation and transit of

products from third countries on the territory of the Union, it shall inform the State Veterinary

the administration shall inform the competent authority of that Member State, so that it

reported on the results of the investigation, the measures taken and their

reasons for it. Unless the State Veterinary Administration of the measures for

sufficient, it will do is subject to common talks about the possibilities and

means of redress.



(2) the repeated misconduct shall inform the Commission and the State Veterinary Administration

Member States.



(3) the State Veterinary Administration may request the Member State referred to in

paragraph 1 to the Commission during the investigation period strengthened veterinary checks on

the border inspection post or in the warehouse.

At the same time can be enhanced by the veterinary inspection of imported products

the same origin.



the title launched



section 27 of the



cancelled



section 28



cancelled



section 29



cancelled



Common and final provisions



section 30



(1) the provisions of § 1 of this Decree shall not apply to products that



and they're on board) the means of transport in international traffic, and are

intended for consumption by crew members and passengers, provided that

do not enter the territory of the community. However, if the products or

catering waste from means of transport mentioned, must be

disposed of. This does not apply only if they are in the same port are translated

under customs supervision, from one means of transport in international

transport to another,



b) are sent as trade samples or are intended for exhibitions for

provided that, for that purpose have been approved in advance by the State

the veterinary services are not intended for trading and will be after the end of

exhibitions disposed of or sent back, under the conditions specified

The State Veterinary Administration,



(c)) are intended for particular studies or analyses, if the official

the control to verify that they are not supplied for human consumption, and that will be after

the special studies or analyses, with the exception of the amount

consumed in the studies or analyses, disposed of, or

sent back under the conditions given the State Veterinary Administration.



(2) veterinary checks do not apply to mixed products



and) that contain no processed meat products and at the same time less than

half of their mass consists of processed milk product, if they are



1. stored at room temperature or during production have undergone a complete

the process of cooking or other heat treatment throughout the mass, so that

all raw products are denatured,



2. explicitly marked the information about the destination for human consumption,



3. securely packaged or sealed in clean containers,



4. be accompanied by a commercial document and marked one of the official languages of the

the Member State of the European Union so that the commercial document and markups

work together to provide information on the nature, quantity and number of packs of mixed

product country of origin, manufacturer, and folder, or



(b)) that do not contain any processed meat products and at the same time less than

half of their mass consists of any other than a processed milk

product, or



(c)) that are listed in the list of food products which are not subject

veterinary checks in accordance with the European Union, regarding the lists of

animals and products that are subject to checks at the border

Veterinary stations in ^ 17).



(3) all milk products contained in any compound products

must come only from countries, the list of which is given in the code

The European Union is laying down animal and public health conditions and conditions

veterinary certificates for the importation of raw milk and milk products sector

intended for human consumption ^ 17a), and must be treated in a manner

laid down by the code of the European Union.



(4) the Mixed products subject to veterinary checks provided for in this

the decree must be imported under the conditions referred to in the applicable

European Union rules requiring the certification requirements for the importation

Some composite products ^ 18).



section 31



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall take effect on the date of the Treaty of accession of the Czech

Republic to the European Union enters into force.



Minister:



Ing. Palas in r.



Č. 1



cancelled



Annex 2



cancelled



Annex 3



cancelled



Annex 4



PHYSICAL CHECKS ON PRODUCTS FROM THIRD COUNTRIES



And.



The aim of the physical checks of animal products is to ensure that these

the products still meet the purpose stated in the veterinary certificate

or other document. Therefore, it must be verified by the guarantee of origin of the products

best third country and at the same time it must be ensured that their next

the transport does not change the status of the zaručovaný originally, which are used:



and sensory examination-smell), colour, consistency, taste;



b) simple physical and chemical tests-slicing, defrost,

heat treatment;



c) laboratory tests to detect residues, pathogens, contaminants

substances and violation of evidence products.



For all types of products must be carried out the following tasks:



and control of conditions for transportation and) means of transport focusing

mainly on the detection of deficiencies or violations of the cold mode;



(b) a comparison of the actual weight of the shipment) with the indication referred to in

the animal health certificate or other document and, if necessary, consideration of the

the whole consignment;



(c)) of the packaging material and all its markings (stamps,

labels), in order to determine that they meet the requirements laid down;



(d) maintain prescribed temperatures) control during transport;



(e) a tour of the entire file packaging), or-in the case of bulk

products-samples before making the sensory examination and physical,

chemical and laboratory tests. These tests shall be carried out on the

a sufficient number of samples to be taken from the entire consignment, which may be in

partially unloaded where necessary in order to ensure access to all

its parts. Examined must be 1% of pieces or packages from each consignment,

the minimum number of pieces or packages are 2 and the maximum number of 10

pieces or packaging. Depending on the products and the circumstances, however,

be made even larger checks. In the case of bulk products

must be removed for at least 5 samples from different parts of the consignment;



(f)) if the results of laboratory tests of samples taken at random

they may not be immediately available and if it is not directly threatened by

human or animal health, the consignment may be released. However, if the

laboratory tests carried out, because of the suspicion of misconduct, or

If the previous tests had positive results, the consignment cannot be

released until the test results are negative;



g) the means of transport must be fully unloaded only in the following

cases:



-loading was done in a way that only a partial unloading does not allow

access to the entire consignment,



-performing spot checks it was found misconduct,



-the official veterinarian's suspicion of misconduct;



h) after completion of physical checks the official veterinarian must certify

supervised by closed and shall bear the official stamp of all

the packaging and reseal all containers, with the number of the

the seal to the document recorded on the crossing of frontiers.



Annex 5



PRODUCT GROUPS AND THE FREQUENCY OF PHYSICAL CHECKS OF CONSIGNMENTS OF PRODUCTS

IMPORTED FROM THIRD COUNTRIES

Groups of products, frequency of physical checks

Category I



1. fresh meat and meat products, including for all products: 20%

offal of bovine animals, sheep, goats, pigs

and horses



2. fishery products in hermetically

closed containers specified by the

to maintain the ambient temperature,

fresh and frozen fish and dried

or salted fishery products



3. Whole eggs



4. Lard and rendered fats



5. Animal casings



6. The hatching eggs



Category II



1. Poultry meat and products for all products: 50%

of poultry meat



2. Rabbit meat, game meat

meat of farmed and wild

wild game products

from this meat



3. Milk and milk products

(for human consumption)



4. Egg products



5. Processed animal protein

(for human consumption)



6. fishery products Other than those

that are listed in (I)/2.

and bivalve molluscs



7. Honey



Category III



1. Sperm for all products:

less than 1% and not more than 10%

2. the Embryos



3. Manure



4. Milk and milk products


(not intended for human consumption)



5. Gelatin



6. Frogs ' legs and snails



7. Bone and bone products



8. Hides and skins



9. Bristles, wool, hair and feathers



10. Horns, Horn products, hooves

(hooves) and products of the hooves

(hooves)



11. Apiculture products



12. the game trophies



13. processed animal feed

in pet food



14. Raw materials for the production of feed

for pets



15. raw materials, blood, blood products,

glands and organs intended

pharmaceutical use



16. Blood products intended for technical use



17. Pathogens



18. the hay and straw



Annex 6



cancelled



Annex 7



cancelled



Annex 8



BORDER VETERINARY STATION



And.



General conditions for approval of border veterinary station



Boarder veterinary station must have available:



-personnel needed to check the documents accompanying the products

(health certificate, health certificate or other

documents required under European Union regulations);



-veterinary and auxiliary staff in sufficient numbers to the corresponding

the quantity of products which boarder veterinary station has

deal with, trained specifically for veterinary checks

ensuring that the products correspond to the accompanying documents, and

the implementation of systematic physical checks of all consignments of products;



-a sufficient number of workers for random sampling and processing of samples

of consignments of products presented to the border inspection

the station;



-sufficiently large premises for the staff responsible for carrying out

veterinary checks;



-appropriate hygienic premises and facilities for carrying out routine analyses and

sampling in accordance with this Decree;



-appropriate hygienic premises and facilities for taking and processing the samples

for the implementation of the common controls provided for in the regulations of the European Union

(microbiological standards);



-services of a specialized laboratory able to carry out special analyses

the samples taken at the border inspection post;



-premises and cold rooms for storage of parts shipments

taken for analysis and products whose release for free circulation

the official veterinarian of the border veterinary station did not;



-appropriate equipment permitting the rapid exchange of information with other

the border veterinary stations and the competent veterinary authorities;



-Enterprise services eligible to carry out activities related to the

treatment of minor animal products.



(B).



The detailed requirements for approval and on the activities of the border veterinary

station



In order to be border veterinary station approved and included in the

the list must be constructed so as to allow the maintenance of reasonable

level of hygiene and prevent cross-contamination. In rooms where

the products were unloaded, inspected or stored, must have:



-Wall fitted with smooth washable surfaces, which are the same as

floor easy to clean and disinfect, and the corresponding drain

System;



-clean and easily cleaned ceiling;



-adequate natural or artificial lighting;



-an adequate supply of hot and cold water in all the rooms, in which

veterinary checks are carried out.



1. the technical equipment:



boarder veterinary station) must be always available

at the very least:



-device (device access), which can be controlled

the shipment weighed;



-the equipment needed to open and examine consignments presented to

check;



-cleaning and disinfection of equipment appropriately located and the corresponding

the needs of the station, or an effective and documented system of cleaning and disinfection

provided by an external company;



-equipment to maintain the appropriate temperature in rooms with controlled

environment.



(b)) in the rooms provided for carrying out the checks must be available

at the very least:



-working table with smooth washable surfaces easy to clean and

sanitize;



-sampling equipment-saw, knife, can opener, AIDS to

sampling of the consignments and sample containers;



-adhesive tape and numbered seals and labels that are for the purpose of

ensuring traceability of consignments of clearly marked;



-thermometer to measure surface temperature and core temperature, weight and pH meter

for fresh products;



-devices for defrosting or microwave;



-facilities for the temporary storage of samples at a controlled temperature prior to their

sending it to the lab, as well as a suitable container to transport these

samples.



2. personnel:



1. a border inspection post in responsibility of the official veterinarian

(in the case of fishery products at the border inspection station located

in the port of either the official veterinarian or trained for that purpose, and

appointed official agent) that must be present during the inspection

products on the station. At the border inspection post must be

a sufficient number of workers to carry out the requisite checks.



2. The official veterinarian may be assisted by specially training

assistants, who are involved in:



and monitoring of documents)



(b) the implementation of compliance checks and) physical checks, sampling and

carrying out general analysis,



c) administrative duties and procedures.

The final decision is the responsibility of the official veterinarian. Border

Veterinary station keep a record of the training of its workers in the field

veterinary checks.



3. Documentation:



Boarder veterinary station holds the following information: until

the introduction of the Shift must have the official veterinarian of the border

Veterinary station in a designated Office, comprise at least:



1. the current list of third countries or parts of third countries from which the

authorised to send products on the territory of the Union, where appropriate, to certain

of the Member States;



2. the decision of the Commission or Member States in which they are established

models of veterinary certificates or certificate, health certificate,

or any other document which must accompany the products from third countries

sent to the territory of the Union, where appropriate, to certain Member States;



3. a current list of businesses in third countries, from which it is allowed

to send products on the territory of the Union, for non-harmonised products

the list of companies authorized by the Czech Republic;



4. decisions prohibiting or restricting imports of certain

products on the territory of the Union;



5. the current list of approved veterinary border stations,

detailing all the available details about these stations;



6. the current list of free zones, free warehouses

and customs warehouses approved under paragraph 12. 4 and a list of operators

in all the Member States approved in accordance with article 3(1). 13 of Directive 97/78/EC;



7. the current list of companies approved for the receipt of products being sent

under official supervision in accordance with article 6(1). 8 (2). 4 and 6 of Directive 97/78/EC;



8. the current text of the relevant European Union legislation relating to

products and procedures concerning veterinary checks.



4. the records:



If they are not on the frontier veterinary station recorded data to

the Traces system, keep the following records in the replacement

electronic or paper form:



1. current data on consignments of products whose importation or entry to the

territory of the Union was rejected and sent back. The State Veterinary

the administration shall communicate to the other Member States, the Commission and all border

Veterinary stations all information concerning the re-despatched

consignments;



2. the register (under Commission decision 97/394/EC) laying down the

the minimum data required for the database of animals and animal products

brought into the territory of the Union;



3. the register of all consignments which were (according to the decision of the Commission

97/152/EC) either sent back or destroyed, or that

the official veterinarian of the border veterinary station has enabled other

use than the use for human consumption. In this registry

record all cases in which it is for the official veterinarian.

doctor in connection with the goods, declined in goods sent in

transit or goods sent under official supervision set out

the deadline for negotiations or decisions which are required for more

the steps;



4. the records of all samples taken at the border veterinary

the station for the purpose of laboratory tests, together with the details of

the laboratory test requested and of the positive and negative

the results of this examination.



5. procedures:



1. the official veterinarian of the border veterinary station tries to

ensure cooperation between the various authorities involved in the control of

products from third countries.



2. All checks for compliance and physical controls, with the exception of checking of seals

(seal) must be carried out in areas designated for inspection.

They are executed in a manner to prevent cross-contamination, where necessary,

taking into account the controlled temperature conditions, in which the products

are transported. In the case of unpackaged products intended for human consumption, it must

all checks are performed so that these products are protected


from the weather and during unloading and loading must be

to ensure the hygienic handling with them.



3. the official veterinarian must have a border veterinary station

at least adequate knowledge about the way of disposing

of animal by-products, which were unloaded from the transport

resources at the point of its mission. If it is responsible for their

disposal, must keep records of the checks carried out and recorded

deviations. If it is for their disposal responsibility of another authority, the official

the veterinarian works closely with it and has all the

necessary relevant information.



4. the official veterinarian must have a border veterinary station

also, adequate knowledge of free zones, free

customs warehouses, customs warehouses or for ship suppliers in the field of

stations or in its vicinity. In these warehouses or in these

suppliers must undergo regular checks and the border

Veterinary station must be kept on these checks records.



Annex 9



ANIMAL HEALTH CERTIFICATE

Reference number:



..............



Animal health certificates accompanying consignments of the products from the warehouse

approved in accordance with article 3(1). 12 paragraph 4 (b). (b)) or the dispatch of products from

the operator of an approved pursuant to article. 13 (1) of Directive 97/78/EC

directly on to the ship or via a specially approved warehouse (referred to in article 13

paragraph 2 (a). and) Directive 97/78/EC) on delivery in accordance

with Commission decision 2000/571/EC.



Odpovědný úřad: .................................................



1. the origin (uk border inspection post or sent

products)



Address and approval number of the originating warehouse in the EC/name

border inspection post the conformity and the number of dispatch/

the credentials of the inventory referred to in article 13 (if necessary):

...........................................................



...........................................................



2. The destination of products



Jméno lodi: ...............................................



The port at which the ship is anchored:.........................



The Harbour and the approval number of the separate approval of storage

spaces (if necessary):.............................



3. details of the outgoing zásilce1)



Date of dispatch of the products:..................................



+--------------+-----------+-------------+--------------+--------------------+

| Type of product | Country of origin | Number of packages | Weight | number of the original |

| | | +-------------+ certificate issued |

| | | | net gross | | pursuant to section 28 of the Act |

| | | | | | in accordance with art. 5 |

| | | | | | paragraph 1 directive |

| | | | | | 97/78/EC |

+--------------+-----------+-------------+-------+------+--------------------+

| | | | | | |

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4. the certificate



I certify that the above-described products are approved by the

to be sent to the ship or into the store specified by the/s above

in accordance with article 6(1). in article 13(3). 2 (a). and) Directive 97/78/EC.



V ....................... dne ................

(instead of) (date)



.....................................

Razítko2) (signature of the official veterinarian) 2)

(Name, or first and last name, large

letters, qualifications and title)



5. confirmation of the arrival of the consignment



I certify that the consignment specified in section 3 was included

and it is stowed on board ship as specified in section 2.



V ....................... dne ..................

(instead of) (date)



Razítko2) ...........................

(Signature of the competent authority/official

the representative of the shipowner) 2)

(name, or first and last name,

in large type, function)

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further information annex 1) if they are requested.

2) the signature and the stamp must be in a different colour to that of the printing

the form.



Annex 10



cancelled



1) is released on the basis and within the limits of the law, whose content allows you to

to incorporate the relevant provisions of the European communities Decree.



1A) Council Directive 97/78/EC of 18 June 2003. December 1997 laying down the

the basic rules for veterinary checks on products from third countries

imported into the community.



Council Directive 2002/99/EC of 16 December 2002. December 2002 laying down the

animal health rules governing the production, processing, distribution and introduction

products of animal origin intended for human consumption.



1B) Annex I to Commission decision 2007/275/EC of 17 May 1999. on April 20, 2007

lists of animals and products covered by the controls on the

border inspection posts under Council directives 91/496/EEC and

97/78/EC.



1B) Decree No. 372/2003 Coll. on veterinary checks at

trade in animals.



Decree 373/2003 Coll., concerning veterinary checks applicable in trade with

animal products.



1 d) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009 of 21 December.

October 2009 laying down health rules for animal by-products

animal origin and derived products not intended for human

consumption and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 (regulation on the side

products of animal origin).



1E) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 854/2004 of 29 September 2003.

April 2004 laying down specific rules for the organisation of official

controls on products of animal origin intended for human consumption, in

as amended.



1F) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 450/2008 of 23 December 2003.

April 2008 laying down the Community Customs Code (modernized

the Customs Code).



1 g) Article. 129 European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 450/2008.



2) for example, Decree No. 383/2003 Coll., on animal health conditions

imports of certain animal products from third countries, Decree No.

380/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for trade in semen,

the egg cells and embryos and health conditions of their importation

from third countries, Decree 381/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements

for aquaculture animals and products thereof, products

fishing and live bivalve molluscs and on health conditions of their imports from the

third countries.



for example, section 3a, 2A), Decree No. 202/2003 Coll. on veterinary

requirements for fresh meat, minced meat, meat preparations and meat

products, § 3a of Decree No. 201/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for

fresh poultry meat, rabbit meat, farmed game meat and meat

wild game, and section 3a of Decree No. 203/2003 Coll. on veterinary

requirements for milk and milk products.



2A) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 of 29 September 2003.

April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for

food of animal origin, as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 854/2004.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009.



3) Article. 4 section 15 of Council Regulation (EEC) No 2913/92 of 12 April 2005. October 1992,

establishing the Community customs code.



3A) Commission Regulation (EC) No 136/2004 of 22 March. January 2004 laying

laying down procedures for veterinary checks on products imported from third

countries at Community border inspection posts.



4) Commission decision 2004/292/EC on the introduction of the Traces system and amending

decision 92/486/EEC, as amended.



5) Decree No. 379/2003 Coll., on animal health requirements for trade

with animal products, not covered by a specific legal

provisions concerning animal health conditions and their imports from third countries.



7) Decree No 329/2003 Sb.



For example, Commission decision 2004/292/EC of 30 March 2004. March 2004 on the

the introduction of the Traces system and amending Decision 92/486/EEC.



8) Decree No. 291/2003 Coll., on the ban on the feeding of certain substances

animals, whose products are intended for human consumption, and tracking

(monitoring of the) presence of illicit substances, residues and substances

contaminants to which animal products could be harmful to the

the health of humans, animals and their products.



9) Decree No. 375/2003 Coll., which implements certain provisions of

Act No. 166/1999 Coll. on veterinary care and amending certain

related laws (health law), as amended,

and the animal health requirements for animal products.



10) Council decision 92/438/EEC of 13 September 1993. July 1992 on computer

processing of veterinary import procedures (Shift project), amending

amending Directive 90/675/EEC, 91/496/EEC, 91/628/EEC and decision

90/424/EEC, and repealing Decision 88/192/EEC.



Decree 329/2003 Coll.



11) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 of 3 June.

October 2002 laying down health rules for animal by-products

origin not intended for human consumption.



12) Decree No 381/2003 Sb.



13) Decree No. 53/2002 Coll. laying down the requirements for the chemical


the health of the individual food types and food

conditions for use of the raw materials, additives, excipients and food

Add-ins, as amended.



Decree 465/2002 Coll. laying down the maximum permitted

the quantity of residues of individual pesticides in foods and

food raw materials.



Decree 273/2000 Coll. laying down the lowest permissible residues

veterinary drugs and biologically active substances used in the

livestock production in foods and food ingredients, as amended by

amended.



15) for example, Commission decision 97/296/EC of 22 December 2004. April 1997, which

the list of third countries from which the importation of products

fishing for human consumption, as amended.



16) Commission Regulation (EC) No 754/2004 of 16 May. April 2004 laying

for measures relating to imports of products of animal origin for

personal consumption.



17) annex II to Commission decision 2007/275/EC.



17A) Annex I to Commission decision 2004/438/EC of 29 April 2004. April 2004,

laying down the animal and public health conditions and veterinary

certificates for imports of heat-treated milk, milk-based products and

raw milk for human consumption into the community, as amended.



18) Commission Regulation (EC) No 28/2012 of 11 March. January 2012

lays down the certification requirements for the importation of certain composite products to

The Union and the transit of these products through the Union and amending decision

2007/275/EC and Regulation (EC) No 1162/2009.