On The Prohibition Of Feeding Of Certain Substances To Animals Bred For Human Consumption

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291/2003 Coll.



DECREE



of 26 March. August 2003



on the prohibition of feeding of certain substances to animals, the products are

intended for human consumption, and about 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



Change: 232/2005 Sb.



Change: 375/2006 Sb.



Change: 129/2009 Sb.



Change: 51/2012 Sb.



The Ministry of agriculture lays down pursuant to § 78 of Act No. 167/1999 Coll., on the

veterinary care and amending certain related laws (health

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

§ 18 para. 5 (b). and, § 19 paragraph 1). 3 and 5, § 22 para. 2 (a). (d)), § 51a

paragraph. 3 and section 75 para. 3 of the Act:



§ 1



The subject of the edit



This Decree incorporates the relevant provisions of the European Communities ^ 1)

and modifies



and) which substances should not be given



1. animals of all species



2. farm animals, or



3. the animals water,

and which of these substances, under what conditions and how you can

exceptionally be given to some animals to the intended therapeutic or

zootechnical treatment,



(b)) are handled with farm animals to which substances have been administered

referred to under (a)), and with their products,



(c)) the way of illicit substances, monitoring the presence of their residues, and

contaminating substances that could be harmful to human health,

animals, animal products, animal feed and drinking water (hereinafter referred to as

the "track")



d) synergies breeders and people who produce and processed animal

products with the monitoring authorities,



e) measures taken on the basis of the results of monitoring.



§ 2



Definition of terms



For the purposes of this Ordinance, means the



and) farm animals-domestic bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats,

solipeds, poultry and rabbits, as well as wild animals

of those species and wild ruminants which have been raised in the

economy,



(b)) by unauthorised substances or preparations-substances or preparations of which the

administering to animals is prohibited by law or by the law on pharmaceuticals ^ 2)



c) residues-residues of substances having a pharmacological action, of their metabolites

and other substances, which were given to animal products and that would

could be harmful to human health,



d) substances-substances, contaminants that get into animal

the products inadvertently in the manufacture, processing, packaging, transport or

storage, outside the mechanical znečištěniny, microbes, living or dead

animal pests and the parts of their bodies,



e) substances with a pharmacological effect-substances that are

farmakodynamicky is active in the batch in which they are administered to animals

through the veterinary medicinal products which are

included,



f) beta agonists-adrenoreceptor agonists, beta type



g) therapeutic treatment-administration of the veterinary medicinal product in

accordance with § 5 economic vyšetřenému the veterinarian to the animal,

treatment of disorders of reproduction, including unwanted pregnancy, in

the case of beta-agonists to invoke when calving cows within, to treat

respiratory diseases, navikulárního syndrome (podotrochlózy), and

make laminitis and to induce within equidae,



h) zootechnical treatment-administration of the veterinary medicinal product



1. in accordance with paragraph 6 of economic animal vyšetřenému animal health

doctor for synchronizing oestrus and preparing donors and recipients for embryos,



2. in the case of aquaculture animals to the Group

the inversion of gender, based on the prescription of a veterinarian

its responsibility,



I) illegal treatment-use of substances or products the

administering to animals is prohibited by law or special legal

Regulation, ^ 2) or the use of substances or products the submission

animals are allowed, however, for other purposes and under other conditions,



j) official sample-a sample taken by the authority in the executing State

veterinary supervision for the purpose of examination of the residues or substances

contaminants, indicating its type, amount and method of collection, as well as

the species, gender and origin of the animal or the nature and origin of animal

product or feed,



k) approved laboratory-laboratory of the national Veterinary Institute or

other laboratory, which was released for the heading investigations

certificate of accreditation by a special legal regulation ^ 3) and that

The State Veterinary Administration has issued permits to carry out veterinary

laboratory activities,



l) lots of animals-a group of animals of the same species and ages,

reared on the same holding, at the same time and under the same conditions

breeding.



Illegal substances and preparations and conditions for their exceptional lodging

farm animals



§ 3



Unless otherwise specified, shall not be



and) put into circulation antithyroid agents, stilbenes, stilbene derivatives,

their salts and esters, 17-beta-oestradiol and its esters and beta agonists

for the purposes of administering to animals whose meat or other products are

intended for human consumption, unless it is a submission for the purpose referred to in § 5 para.

1 (b). (b)), and (c)),



(b)) administered to farm animals or aquaculture farms

the substances listed under (a)), as well as substances with oestrogenic, androgenic

or gestagenic action.



§ 4



(1) livestock and animals water, which have been

made of a substance referred to in § 3 (b). (b)), not to be kept on the holding,

that is not under veterinary supervision carried out by in accordance with §

52 of the Act and specifically aimed at the control of the administration of these substances

farm animals and aquaculture farms (hereinafter referred to as

"targeted surveillance").



(2) livestock, in which are contained the substances referred to in § 3

(a). (b)) or in which the presence of such substances has been established, you cannot

putting into circulation or the slaughter for human consumption, if it can be demonstrated,

that these animals have been treated in accordance with section 5 or 6.



(3) meat from animals referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not be

or put into circulation, or further processed.



(4) the aquaculture animals who were given substances listed in

§ 3 (b). (b)), as well as products from such animals originate, cannot be

put into circulation for human consumption.



§ 5



(1) in the framework of the medical treatment can be administered



and) farm animals authorised veterinary medicinal products

containing testosterone and progesterone, including derivatives of these substances,

that may be in the body at the site of easily hydrolyzed to

the parent compound (the active ingredient). These veterinary medicinal

products must meet the requirements of a particular legal

Regulation ^ 2) to putting them into circulation, and can be administered only

uniquely identified to farm animals, injected, or

in the case of treatment of ovarian dysfunction in the form of vaginal spirals

(not implantation),



b) equidae orally authorised veterinary medicinal products

containing allyl trenbolone or beta agonists, and this in accordance with the

the decision on registration,



c) cows when calving authorised veterinary medicinal products

containing the beta agonists, injected in order to raise within.



(2) veterinary medicinal products referred to in paragraph 1 shall only

the veterinarian with the exception of the products referred to in subparagraph (b)), which

may bring another person under the responsibility of a veterinarian.



(3) the administration of veterinary medicinal products referred to in paragraph 1

the veterinarian must record in the register kept under the Act and

According to a special legal regulation, ^ 2) and including information on the type and date

treatment, type of veterinary medicinal product and the identity of the

the treated animal.



(4) veterinary medicinal products referred to in paragraph 1 (b). c) cannot be

administered within the therapeutic treatment of farm animals, which are not

breeding animals (hereinafter referred to as "production"), as well as to breeding

the animals, which are effective in the use of their reproductive

capabilities.



(5) the Keepers must not own or keep a veterinary medicinal

the products referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (c)).



§ 6



(1) in the framework of zootechnical treatment is meant to be given to clearly

identified animals registered veterinary medicinal

preparations with oestrogenic (with the exception of 17-beta-oestradiol and its esters),

androgenic or gestagenic action.



(2) in the case of aquaculture animals, the fish may be the boom

submitted during the first 3 months of authorised veterinary medicinal products

products that have androgenic effect, for the purpose of inversion

gender.



(3) the veterinary medicinal products referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 of the given

the veterinarian. Veterinary medicinal products intended doctor referred

in paragraphs 1 and 2 may, pursuant to the instructions of the veterinarian administered also

the breeder and the other person on the basis of the credentials of the veterinarian.




(4) If a veterinarian is not delivering a registered veterinary medicinal

the product personally, issues a decree stating the reason for the submission and the amount of

of the product and ensure that the issue could not be issued by prescription

the prescribed medicine repeatedly.



(5) for the recording of administered registered veterinary medicinal

the product under this provision is valid § 5 para. 3 apply mutatis mutandis.



(6) the veterinary medicinal products referred to in paragraph 1 may not be administered in

the zootechnical treatment of commercial animals and breeding animals, for

which is effective with the use of their reproductive capabilities.



§ 6a



cancelled



§ 7



(1) veterinary medicinal products containing hormonal substances or beta

agonists the administration of which to farm animals permitted by § 5 and 6, must

comply with the conditions laid down by specific legislation. ^ 2)



(2) the Institute for State control of veterinary Biologicals and medicaments (

"the Institute"), however, shall consider as dangerous veterinary medicinal products



and hormonal, that)



1. have an elongated effect or withdrawal period longer than 15 days,



2. have been registered under the former legislation, for which the

are not aware of their conditions of use, or for which there are

reagents, analytical instruments or methods for the detection of the presence of

residues of substances with a pharmacological effect in excess of their

maximum levels (hereinafter referred to as "thresholds") ^ 4)



(b)) containing beta agonists, for which the withdrawal period is longer than 28

days.



§ 8



(1) breeding animals, including breeding animals, which are effective

with the use of their reproductive abilities, which were submitted

authorised veterinary medicinal products referred to in section 5 or 6 per

the conditions provided for therein, and for which the withdrawal period

laid down in the decision on registration, may be put into circulation and

their flesh can be provided with a health mark.



(2) with highly valuable horses, especially racing, sports or

a circus or horses intended for breeding or for exhibition, which

were the reasons referred to in § 5 authorised veterinary medicinal products administered to

preparations containing allyl trenbolone or beta agonists, can be traded

even before the expiry of the withdrawal period, if the conditions were met for the

bringing these products and if they are the type and date of treatment listed in

the animal health certificate or in the certificate of the horse.



(3) animal products originating from animals which have been made in

accordance with the provisions of this Decree authorised veterinary medicinal

preparations containing substances with oestrogenic, androgenic or gestagenním

effect or beta agonists, may be put into circulation for human

consumption if veterinary medicinal products administered to these animals

comply with the requirements of section 7 and, if before the slaughter of these animals were

compliance with withdrawal periods.



§ 9



(1) manufacture, importation, storage, distribution, sale and use of substances

referred to in § 3 shall be governed by special legislation. ^ 2)



(2) the authorities of the executing state veterinary supervision shall be carried out in addition to the

the checks laid down by special legislation ^ 2) also checks pursuant to §

Article 16(1). 1 in order to determine



and the possession or possession of) the substances listed in section 3, or products

containing these substances, which are intended to be administered to animals for

the purpose of the fattening period,



(b) illegal treatment)



(c) non-compliance with withdrawal periods laid down),



(d) failure to comply with) restrictions on the use of veterinary medicinal products

pursuant to section 5 or 6,



(e)) the presence of the substances referred to in § 3, in animals, in the drinking water and on

all places where animals are kept, as well as the presence of

residues of these substances in animals, their excrement and body

fluids and in animal tissues and products, in accordance with annex 3 to this

the Decree.



(3) if the checks referred to in paragraph 2 is detected

the presence of substances or products the use or possession of which is

prohibited, or the presence of residues of substances proving the illicit

treatment, these substances and preparations, the treated animals and their

products are placed under official control in the implementation of the measures referred to in

^ 5) of the Act.



§ 10



Manufacturers and distributors of ^ 2) substances with oestrogenic, thyreostatickým,

androgenic or gestagenic action and of beta agonists, which

the production or distribution of these substances or veterinary medicinal

preparations containing these substances are allowed under a special legal

prescription, ^ 2) in accordance with this Regulation shall keep records of

purchase and sale of such substances and preparations shall be presented on request,

where applicable, make available to the Institute's inspectors.



§ 11



(1) If according to the results of checks carried out are not requirements of this

the Decree followed in the Member State of origin of the animals or animal

products, it shall inform the competent authorities of the State Veterinary Administration

of that Member State.



(2) from a country which is a Member State (hereinafter referred to as ' third countries ') and the

the rule of law allows circulate and administer to animals of all kinds,

the meat or other products are intended for human consumption, stilbenes,

stilbene derivatives, salts and esters of stilbenes or substances with thyreostatickým

effect, you cannot import livestock, animals of the water

farms, or meat and other products derived from such animals and

animals.



(3) from a third country cannot be imported



a) livestock and aquaculture animals which have been

submitted



1. antithyroid substances, stilbenes, stilbene derivatives, their salts and

esters, 17-beta-oestradiol and its esters, or products containing these

the substance,



2. beta agonists and substances with oestrogenic, androgenic or gestagenním

the effect of, or preparations containing these substances, if the substance or

products were administered in compliance with the requirements laid down in sections 5, 6 and 8

and if the withdrawal period laid down have not been met, the corresponding

international recommendations



(b)) the meat and other products derived from animals referred to in (a)

and)

unless the importation of livestock and breeding animals, which cannot be

continue to use their reproductive abilities, as well as the meat of these

animals, if the third country shall provide guarantees at least equivalent to those

by this Decree, where applicable, corresponding to the requirements of the European

the Commission (hereinafter referred to as "the Commission").



§ 11a



In the case of livestock, which was 14. October 2004 filed

17-beta-estradiol or its esters to therapeutic or zootechnical

treatment, apply the same provisions as for the substances authorised in accordance with

§ 5 para. 1 (b). and), in the case of therapeutic treatment, and pursuant to section 6, if the

zootechnical treatment.



§ 12



Bovine somatotropin



(1) unless otherwise stipulated, shall not be made of the bovine somatotropin

into circulation for its sale and any route of administration.



(2) the production, preparation and distribution of bovine somatotrophin is governed by the

special legislation.



(3) the provisions of paragraph 1 shall not affect the production of bovine somatotrophin

or its importation for the purpose of export to third countries.



Monitoring plan and synergy of the breeders and the people that produce and

processed animal products, while its implementation



section 13 of the



(1) the purpose of the monitoring plan is to detect the presence of groups of substances and

residues thereof, referred to in annexes 1 and 2 to this Decree, in the breed

animals and in the production of animal products.



(2) the monitoring plan shall provide for the



and) procedures and measures to monitor substances and residues referred to in paragraph

1 in accordance with Annex 2 to this Decree, in particular, to detect

the presence of the



1. the substances referred to in paragraph 1 in animals, in the drinking water and on all

places where animals are kept,



2. the residues of the substances referred to in paragraph 1 in animals, in their

excrement and body fluids and in animal tissues and products such as meat,

milk, eggs or honey,



(b)) the rules for sampling and its scope in accordance with annex 3 to the

This Decree.



§ 14



(1) the State Veterinary Administration



and assembles) in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). and) of the Act and in accordance with the

Annex No. 3 to this Decree monitoring plan and submit it to the

the approval of the Commission,



(b) an annual update of this) carries out the plan, and no later than 31 December 2006.

March of the calendar year, and become familiar with it, to the Commission,



(c) every 6 months) inform the Commission and the Member States on the implementation of the plan

monitoring, where appropriate, on the development of the situation and shall submit annually to the Commission

the results of the monitoring of the implementation of the plan together with the results received by the control

measures, and until 31 December 1998. March of the following calendar

of the year,



d) publishes the results implementation of this plan,



(e) may submit to the Commission comments) to the updated plans monitoring

the other Member States within 10 working days from the date on which the

These plans have been delivered.



(2) monitoring plan includes, in particular,



and legislation) specification, which govern the use of the substances

referred to in annex 1 to this notice, namely provisions on the prohibition of the


or permit the use of these substances for putting them into circulation and

Administration,



(b)) the data on the organizations and institutions involved in the implementation of the

monitoring plan,



(c)) the list of approved laboratories with details of their capacity

options in terms of examination of the samples,



(d)) list of substances to be monitored, the limits of residues

authorised substances, if these limits are not set out rules

Of the European communities, methods of investigation, standards for interpreting

the findings and, in the case of substances listed in annex 1 to this notice and

the number of samples to be taken, including the justification for this number,



(e)) the number of official samples to be taken in relation to the number of

animals of the species concerned slaughtered in preceding year in accordance with the

the scope and frequency of sampling referred to in annex 3 to this Decree,



(f) particulars of the rules) governing the collection of official samples and that

determine what information should be listed on these samples,



g) measures imposed those State veterinary supervision in

the case of a positive finding in animals or animal products.



§ 15



Breeders and people who produce and processed animal products,

provide assistance to the implementation of the plan, in particular by monitoring



a) keepers of the circulation only



1. the animals,



AA) which have not been brought unauthorized substances or products or the

not illegal treatment,



BB) which, if they were given the authorised substance or preparations,

the withdrawal period laid down have been observed for these substances or preparations,



2. livestock products originating from animals referred to in point 1,



(b)) persons who produce and processed animal products, are carried out

their own checks on the hygiene conditions of production, so that the



1. take to your device only such farm animals for

that is a keeper with this guarantee that withdrawal periods have been complied with,



2. is convinced that, for farm animals or animal products

delivered to their devices are not present in the quantity of residues

exceeding the limits, nor any trace of illicit substances

or products.



Control measures



section 16 of the



(1) the authorities of the executing state veterinary supervision for the monitor in the

farms rearing conditions and treatment of the animals in accordance with this Ordinance. In

the monitoring plan shall organise without prior notice

random checks, focusing in particular on the detection of the possession or

the presence of unauthorised substances or products which may be used to

administering to animals for feed purposes or for illicit treatments. These

checks shall be carried out



and) during production, marketing, storage, transport, distribution and

the sale of substances listed in part A of annex 1 to this notice,



(b)) at all stages of production of animal feed and putting them into circulation,



(c)) in all collection and processing of animal products.



(2) the checks referred to in paragraph 1 to be carried out at the slaughterhouse or on the sites of

the first sale of fishery and water management can be

limited, if the holding of origin or the place of departure, or

animal products is under state veterinary supervision or

part of a coordinated monitoring system, whose rules are contained

in the specifications for trade mark or are listed on the label.



(3) the authorities of the executing state veterinary supervision in the case of



and illegal treatment is suspected) will require from the breeder or

the veterinarian on the holding shall be exercised by the veterinary

therapeutic and preventive activities, documents proving the purpose and nature of the

treatment;



(b) illegal treatment or) confirmation of the use of illicit substances or

medicinal products, where appropriate, of reasonable suspicion of their use,

inspection (examination)



1. animals on the holding of origin or dispatch animals mainly

reference to prove the illegal treatment focusing on traces

such an act. Part of these checks may be the official sampling,



2. in the holdings where rearing took place, including holding

administratively United with those holdings, holdings

of origin or dispatch of the animals, in order to detect the presence of unauthorized

substances or preparations. During these inspections are always taken by an official

samples of feed and drinking water,



3. feed and feed water in the holding of origin or dispatch animals

and in the case of aquatic animals, water, from which the animals were vyloveni,



4. as indicated in paragraph 1 (b). and)



5. needed to clarify the origin of the unauthorized substances or products or

they treated animals;



c) exceed the set limits of residues shall carry out the investigations necessary

given the positive finding.



(4) in the holdings of which was to the holding referred to in paragraph

3 animals, and moved by feed manufacturers, which has been to the farm

referred to in paragraph 3 of the supplied feed, carries out the regional veterinary

Administration in addition to the checks referred to in article 16 paragraph 1. 1 additional checks to

identify the origin of illegally made substances and on the results of these checks

informs the State Veterinary Administration.



§ 17



(1) official samples taken in accordance with annex 3 to this notice

investigating



and) national reference laboratories,



(b)), or other approved reference laboratories which have shown

its ability to successful participation in testing schemes recognised or

organised by the national reference laboratories or the reference

the laboratories of the European Union.



(2) the national reference laboratory established under



and the Institute is responsible for) the substances listed in groups A and B 2 (b). (d))

Appendix No. 1 to this notice,



(b) the State Veterinary Institute Jihlava) is appropriate for the substances listed

in groups B 1, B 2 (a). a), b), c), (e)), and (f)), and (B) 3 (b). (d)), and (e))

Appendix No. 1 to this notice,



(c) the State Veterinary Institute in Olomouc) is appropriate for the substances listed

in Group B 3 (a). (c)) of annex 1 to this notice,



(d) the State Veterinary Institute Prague) is appropriate for the substances listed

in Group B 3 (a). a) and b) of annex 1 to this notice.



(3) the national reference laboratories, in particular



and control laboratories) listed in paragraph 1 (b). (b)),

in particular, analytical standards and methods of investigation for each residue

or group of residues,



(b) they shall arrange comparative tests) for each residue or group of

residues,



c) ensure compliance with the prescribed limits laboratories referred to in

paragraph 1 (b). (b)),



(d)) involved in the plan, monitoring and evaluation of the results

its execution,



e) provide information supplied to the European Union reference laboratories

and ensure further training of their employees in courses organised by

By the Commission or the European Union reference laboratories.



section 18



(1) If a decision on the registration of veterinary medicinal

the product, which is intended to be administered to animals whose products are

intended for human consumption, the Institute will provide routine analytical methods for

detecting residues presented by the registrant to the competent

the national reference laboratory and the relevant reference laboratory

Of the European Union.



(2) the positive findings, which have been identified and relate to a common method

substances listed in Group A of annex 1 to this notice shall be

verified by the relevant national reference laboratory with the use of fixed

the reference method.



(3) if applied objections concern over the accuracy results

examination of official samples, these results must be verified by the appropriate

the national reference laboratories; This laboratory shall inform the State

the Veterinary Administration. The verification is performed at the expense of the person that the accuracy of the

the results of the examination of official samples.



(4) if the examination of official samples unpermitted finds treatment

or the presence of residues in excess of the levels laid down

the authorities of the executing state veterinary supervision shall take appropriate

the measures referred to in section 19 et seq. If this finding animals or

animal products



and) originating in a Member State, it shall inform the national

Veterinary Administration, the competent authority of that Member State cooperating

with him on his request, on further investigation,



(b)) imported from a third country, it shall inform the State Veterinary Administration

To the Commission.



§ 19



(1) if the result of the examination of official samples some of the positive

the findings referred to in section 18,



and the laboratory which carried out the) examination, shall provide State Veterinary

the Administration and the regional health administration, which has removed the official samples,

detailed information on the procedures and results of the examination,



(b) regional animal health management) will collect and verify the data required to

identification of the animal and farm of origin or departure,



(c)), State Veterinary Administration informs about the results of the examination to the Commission and

Member States, if these results justify an investigation or


other activities in a Member State or in a third country.



(2) the regional Veterinary Administration or Department in accordance with its authority

performs



and in the holding of origin) or send to determine the causes of the

the presence of residues,



(b) in the case of illegal treatment) investigation to determine the sources of used

substances or preparations (at the stage of production, storage, transport, import,

distribution, sales),



(c)) any further investigation that it considers necessary.



(3) the regional Veterinary Administration shall take measures to ensure that the animals, from which the

samples have been taken, the examination showed positive, was

unambiguously and clearly marked and that left the holding until

When will the results of the investigation referred to in paragraph 2.



(4) the regional Veterinary Administration or Department shall inform without delay the State

the Veterinary Administration on the results of the investigation referred to in paragraph 2.



section 20



(1) if it is proved illegal treatment, the regional Veterinary Administration

shall ensure that the animals, which relate to the control under section 16(1). 3

(a). (b)), are properly identified and were under the supervision and to the targeted

these animals were removed from the official sample statistically

a representative of the file.



(2) if there are residues in excess of the established set

limits, the regional Veterinary Administration or Department in accordance with its

application performs the investigation on the holding of origin or dispatch to the

the findings for exceeding these limits and in accordance with the results of this

the investigation shall take the necessary measures to protect human health, including

a possible ban on the marketing of livestock and livestock products from the

economy into circulation.



(3) if repeatedly to exceed the set limits of residues in

putting the animals or animal products into circulation, the regional

animal health management measures to improve the efficiency of the state veterinarian.

surveillance on the holding or in the production or processing facilities, from

which animals or animal products originate, and this for at least 6

months. In this case, the animals or animal products

released into circulation on the basis of the results of the examination of the samples taken.



(4) if he proves the test exceed the set limits

residues, animal products must be considered to be inedible.



section 21



(1) the investigation carried out under section 19 to save breeders pay. ^ 6)



(2) where the investigation referred to in section 20 that a suspect, which led to these

the investigation was warranted, the costs on this investigation. ^ 6)



(3) the costs of destruction of animals or animal products

which was found positive, or animals or animal

the products, which, in accordance with paragraph 22 of the positives, shall be borne by

breeder without refund or compensation.



(4) the possession, use, or production of illicit substances or preparations

or of substances listed in groups A, B 1 and B 2 of annex 1 to this

the decree by persons who are not entitled to do so, shall notify the County

Veterinary Management Institute or to the competent authorities.



§ 21a



(1) if the authorities of the executing state veterinary supervision for the fact that in

another Member State are not or cease to be carried out inspections of

set the corresponding regulation of European společenství6a),

the State Veterinary Administration, the competent authority of that Member State with the

Thus, to keep her informed of the measures taken and the reasons for them.

If it does not consider the State Veterinary Administration of the measures sufficient

take is the subject of discussions on ways and means

axle; they may include the veterinary checks on the spot. About these

negotiations and the results achieved in the State Veterinary Administration shall inform the

accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). of paragraph 2 of the Law Commission).



(2) If no agreement is reached, it shall submit the State Veterinary Administration of the disputed

the matter to the Commission.



(3) if the Commission Verifies its experts on the spot, whether in the Czech Republic and

How is put monitoring plan referred to in section 13 and how is its performance

controlled, it provides State Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 48

paragraph. 1 (b). about point 2 of this Act) the experts of the necessary cooperation.



(4) the State Veterinary Administration in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). about point 2)

the Act shall inform the Commission of the measures taken on the basis of the results of the

of that verification.



section 22



(1) animals that are below the targeted supervision pursuant to section 20 (2). 1, shall not

be for the duration of this supervision moved without the consent of the County

Veterinary Administration and without the adoption of preventive measures corresponding to the

the nature of the illicit drug. If confirmed, the examination of an official sample

collected pursuant to section 20 (2). 1 illegal treatment, the decision by the regional

animal health management, that the animals, which was found to be positive,

they will be slaughtered immediately on site or transported to the designated slaughterhouse with

command to slaughter on the basis of the animal health certificate; the body as follows

slaughtered animals shall be considered vysokorizikové handled animal

origin. In addition, at the expense of the breeder ^ 6) samples shall be taken from all over the

the lot of animals and examined within the scope of the regional animal health

Administration.



(2) However, if half or more of the samples taken from a representative

file under section 20 (2). 1 positive, the regional Veterinary Administration

leave it to the dairy farmer to chose between the slaughter of these animals or

by checking all suspicious animals present on the holding.



(3) in the economy, which has been shown to illegal treatment, performs

the regional health administration of the intensive monitoring of the relevant residue after

for at least 12 consecutive months and the results will inform the

The State Veterinary Administration.



Article 23 of the



(1) the official veterinarian at the slaughterhouse, which finds or has

suspect that



and animals has been treated) or that they were made illegal

substances or preparations,



1. ensure that the animals to be slaughtered separately from other

animals delivered to the slaughterhouse,



2. suspend the body and authorities slaughtered animals and take samples needed

to identify the relevant substances,



3. in the case of a positive finding will examine meat and organs as

Here we go with it, it shall be construed as vysokorizikové handled

of animal origin,



4. inform about these facts of the provincial animal health management

shall inform without delay the State Veterinary Administration,



(b) the animals have been treated legally), but has not been laid down,

the withdrawal period, ensure that the postponement of the slaughter of these animals to the time when

residues are not already exceed the specified limits. This period shall not be

less than the withdrawal period provided for in the marketing authorisation

the relevant veterinary medicinal product, or before the withdrawal period

provided for in section 7 (2). 2 (a). (b)).



(2) if the slaughter of the animals cannot be referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (b))

postponed because of their State of health or well-being or due to the

arrangement or equipment of slaughterhouses, animals may be slaughtered before the

expiry of the period referred to in paragraph 1 (b). b). Their meat and organs, however,

must be suspended until the conclusion of the results of their checks including

any sampling and examination of samples. As edible can be

assessed, just meat and organs containing residues not exceeding the established

limits.



(3) animal products that contain residues in quantities exceeding

the limits, always assess as inedible.



(4) the operator of any slaughterhouse which helps conceal the illegal treatment,

not for the next 12 months, allow to obtain any assistance from the

the European Union funds.



section 24



(1) if border veterinary checks show in animals

imported from a third country the illicit treatment or the presence of

unauthorized substances or products, the authorities in charge of this proceeding

control to carry out further checks on all lots of animals and

animal products from the same source. In particular, suspends 10 other

the lots for the implementation of residue control by removing a representative

a sample of each lot or of the batch. Where checks demonstrate

the presence of unauthorised substances or products or the

the prescribed limits shall act authorities in charge of border veterinary

inspection provided for in articles 19 to 22 of regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council

(EC) No 882/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on official controls performed to ensure

verification of compliance with feed and food law and

rules on animal health and animal welfare.



(2) if border veterinary check shows a crossing

residue limits, proceeding authorities in charge of border

the health check to perform additional checks referred to in paragraph

1.



(3) in the cases referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall inform the State

animal health management in accordance with § 48 para. 1 (b). m) and (b). about point 2)

the Law Commission.



§ 25



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall take effect on the date of its publication.



Minister:



Ing. Palas in r.



Č. 1



CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES



Group A-substances having anabolic effect and unauthorized substances:




1. Stilbenes, stilbene derivatives, their salts and esters



2. Substances having a thyrostatic



3. Steroids



4. resorcylové acid Lactones including Zeranol



5. Beta agonists



6. substances having a pharmacological action, which cannot be fixed

no maximum limits ^ 7)



Group B-veterinary medicinal products (including the illicit substances,

that could be used for veterinary purposes) and substances

contaminants:



1. Antibacterial substances, including sulphonamides and quinolones



2. other veterinary medicinal products:



a) Anthelmintics



(b) Anticoccidials, including nitroimidazoles)



c) Carbamates and pyrethroids



d) Sedatives



e) nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs



(f)) other pharmacologically active substances



3. substances environmental contaminants and other substances:



and Organochlorované compounds including PCBs)



(b)), Organophosphates



c) chemical elements



d) Mycotoxins



e) Dyes



(f)) other



Č. 2



RESIDUES OR GROUPS OF SUBSTANCES TO BE ANALYSED ACCORDING TO THE SPECIES OF ANIMALS, THEIR

FEED INCLUDING WATER AND PRIMARY ANIMAL PRODUCTS

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Kind of animal, cattle, poultry Water Milk eggs, rabbit meat, honey

feed the sheep, animals or game meat

živoč. the product of goats, farmed

A group of substances, the pigs, breeding,

horse game ^ 1)

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A1 X X X X

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A2 X X X

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A3 X X X X

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A4 X X X

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A5 X X X

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A6 X X X X X X

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B1 X X X X X X X

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B2 X X X X X

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B2b X X X X

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B2c X X X

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B2d X X

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B2e X X

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B2f X X

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B3a X X X X X X

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B3b X X X X

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B3c X X X X X X

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B3d X X

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B3e X

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B3f

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Č. 3



MONITORING PLAN



(I)



The principles of collection of official samples



1. the plan for the monitoring of certain substances and residues is focused on surveillance and

revealing the causes of the emergence of dangerous residues in foodstuffs of animal

origin on farms, in slaughterhouses, in enterprises for the treatment of milk, in the

installations for the processing of fish and in collecting and packing stations (centres)

eggs.



2. official samples shall be taken in accordance with the relevant parts of this

of the annex.



3. For substances of group and the inspection focused on the detection of illegal administration

illicit substances and preparations and possible improper administration

authorised substances. When the sampling must be taken at least

the following criteria: sex, age, species, feeding system,

all the previous information and any available evidence of improper

the use or misuse of substances of this group.



4. For substances of Group (B) is the supervision focuses in particular on the monitoring of compliance with

maximum residue limits of veterinary medicinal products,

laid down by Decree No 273/2000 Coll., laying down maximum

permitted residues of veterinary drugs and biologically active substances

used in livestock production in foods and food

raw materials, as amended, annex 1, group I and

(III), and the maximum pesticide levels laid down by Decree No. 465/2002

Coll., laying down maximum permitted levels of residues

individual types of pesticides in food and food ingredients,

as amended, and on the monitoring of the concentration of substances

contaminating the environment, established by Decree No. 53/2000

Coll., laying down the chemical requirements of the health

the different types of foods and food ingredients, terms of use

additives, auxiliary substances and food supplements, as amended

regulations. If only random subscriptions must be approved

By the Commission.



(II)



The detailed rules for the collection of official samples



1. Basic provisions



Samples, including their modifications under the established rules,

the designation, the protection against damage to their content and the transport to the

the approved laboratory carried out by the inspectors of regional veterinary

Management (hereinafter referred to as "the Inspector"). These inspectors shall transmit to the samples to the

the approved laboratory.



2. sampling



2.1. Basic provisions



Sampling shall be organised without notice to

He always retained the element of surprise. Has to be unexpected and may not be

carried out in a fixed time or in a particular

day of the week. Sampling must be carried out throughout the year in different

intervals in the establishments referred to in part I, point 1. It is necessary to

take into account, first, the fact that a number of substances is applied only in the

certain times, and on other available information, such as the use of

yet unknown substances, a sudden occurrence of the disease in certain areas,

suspected of carrying out activities in violation of the law, etc.



2.2. sampling Strategy



The aim of the sampling in the framework of the monitoring plan is to:



and identify cases of illegal) treatment,



(b)) to monitor compliance with maximum residue limits for residues of veterinary

medicinal products, maximum residue levels of pesticides and the concentration of substances

contaminating the environment,



(c)) the monitoring and investigating the occurrence of residues in foods

of animal origin.



2.3. sampling



2.3.1. definition



2.3.1.1. Targeted sample



Targeted sample is a sample which is removed in accordance with the sampling strategy

the samples as defined in point 2.2.



2.3.1.2. Suspect sample



Suspect sample is a sample which is removed on the basis of



-a positive finding in a sample taken in accordance with the requirements of § 13 of this

the Decree,



-positive finding detected during checks made in accordance with the

section 16 of this Ordinance,



-satisfaction of the official veterinarian at the slaughterhouse in accordance with § 23 of this

the Decree.



2.3.1.3. Random sample



A random sample is a sample which is taken by the statistical

provided for the granting of representative data.



2.3.2. Targeted sampling on holdings



2.3.2.1. Criteria for selection



Holdings for sampling can be selected by using the local

knowledge or any other relevant information, such as the type of

fattening, breed and sex of animals. Inspector performs the evaluation of the whole

the State of the economy, to select animals to be removed

samples. This evaluation must be mj. apply the following

criteria:



-indication of the use of substances having a pharmacological action,



-secondary sexual characteristics,



-changes in behavior,



-the same level of development in a group of animals of different breed or

category,



-animals with good structure and a small amount of fat.



2.3.2.2. Type of targeted sample to be removed



For the detection of substances with a pharmacological effect, withdraw the corresponding

suitable samples under the provisions of the monitoring plan.



2.3.3. Targeted sampling at primary processing establishments



2.3.3.1. Criteria for selection



In the implementation of the assessment bodies of slaughtered animals or animal

products from which they are to be removed, the inspector must select samples.

apply the following criteria:



-gender, age, species and type of farming,



-information about the manufacturer,




-indication of the use of substances having a pharmacological action,



-the common practice since the submission of the specific substances with a pharmacological

effect on the affected system.



When sampling is necessary to try to avoid the collection of bulk samples

from a single manufacturer.



2.3.3.2. Type of samples



For the detection of substances with a pharmacological effect, withdraw the corresponding

suitable samples under the provisions of the monitoring plan.



2.4. Sample quantity



The minimum amount of the sample is defined in the monitoring plan. Must be

sufficient to enable the laboratory to perform analytical procedures

necessary for their investigation and confirmatory analyses.



2.5. Division into sub-samples



If it is technically possible, each sample must be divided into at least

2 equivalent sub-samples each allowing complete analytical

procedure. The allocation may be carried out at the place of sampling or in

the laboratory.



2.6. Sample containers



Samples must be taken in suitable containers, in order to preserve

the integrity of the sample, and in order to determine its origin. Containers must

above all, exclude the possibility of the intentions of the sample, its cross-contamination and

the write-down. The containers must be officially sealed.



2.7. sampling report



After each sampling report shall be drawn up. The inspector shall indicate in

report on the collection of at least the following information:



-the address of the regional Veterinary Administration,



-the name of the inspector or identification code,



-the official code number of the sample,



-date of sampling,



-the name and address of the breeder or person who produces and processes

animal products,



-the name and address of holding of origin (when sampling on

the holding),



-the registration number of the slaughterhouse or other device,



-the description of the animal or of the animal product,



-animal species,



-sample



-medication within the last 4 weeks before sampling (when sampling in

the holding),



-a substance or group of substances for examination,



-special notes.



The number of copies of the report on the subscription shall be fixed according to the procedure

the subscription. The report and its copies shall be signed by the Inspector; in the case of a subscription in

economy invites to sign messages the farmer or his representative.



The original sampling report remains the regional Veterinary Administration, which must

ensure that unauthorised persons cannot have access to this report.



According to the needs of the subscription may be informed, the farmer or

the operator in which it is produced or processed animal

products.



2.8. the report for the laboratory



Message for the laboratory contains at least the following information:



-the address of the regional Veterinary Administration,



-the name of the inspector or identification code,



-the official code number of the sample,



-date of sampling,



-animal species,



-sample



-a substance or group of substances for examination,



-special notes.

This message is delivered to the laboratory together with the samples.



2.9. transport and storage



The monitoring plan shall specify the appropriate storage and transport conditions

for each sample (tissue) for analysis, in order to guarantee stability and

the integrity of the sample. Special attention must be paid to the transport

boxes, temperature and time at which the sample taken must be delivered

the competent laboratory. Any failure to comply with the requirements of the monitoring plan

the laboratory shall inform without delay the State Veterinary Administration.



(III)



The number of samples and the frequency of sampling



Determine the minimum number of animals, of which samples are taken.

Each sample must be examined in the presence of one or more

substances.



Section 1



Cattle, pigs, sheep, goats and horses



1. Bovine animals:



and the minimum number of animals), which is annually inspected for the presence of

all kinds of residues and substances must at least equal 0.4% of bovine animals

defeated in the previous year, with layout referred to in points (b))

and (c)).



(b)) Group A-0.25% shall be distributed as follows:



-half of the samples is taken from live animals on the holding (exceptionally

25% of the samples can be investigated on the substance group and 5 removed from

suitable material-feed, drinking water, etc.),



-half of the samples are removed in slaughterhouses.



Each subgroup in the Group and checks each year using the

at least 5% of the total number of samples collected for group a.



The rest of the samples is laid out according to the experience and information acquired in

the preceding period.



c) Group B-0.15%, shall be allocated as follows:



30% of the samples must be tested for Group B 1 substances,



30% of the samples must be tested for Group B 2 substances,



10% of the samples must be tested for Group B 3 substances.



The rest of the samples is laid out according to the needs of the track the next group of substances.



2. the pigs:



and the minimum number of animals), which is annually checked on all

kinds of residues and substances must at least equal 0.05% of pigs slaughtered

in the previous year, with layout referred to in subparagraphs (b) and (c)).)



(b)) Group A-0.02%: in addition to taking samples from the animals to the slaughterhouse

also tests the power of water, feed, manure, and other

important parameters on the level of the economy. The minimum number of

the economy, which must be in this case a year visited,

represents at least one farm on 100 000 pigs slaughtered in

the previous year.



Each subgroup in the Group and checks each year using the

at least 5% of the total number of samples collected for group a.



The rest of the samples is laid out according to the needs of the track the next group of substances.



c) Group B-0.03%:



For the subgroups must be adhered to the same schedule as is given to cattle.



The rest of the samples is laid out according to the needs of the track the next group of substances.



3. sheep and goats:



and the minimum number of animals), which is annually checked on all

kinds of residues and substances must at least equal 0.05% of the ovine and caprine animals

older 3 months, slaughtered the previous year, with layout

referred to in subparagraphs (b) and (c)).)



(b)) Group A-0.01%:



Each subgroup in the Group and checks each year using the

at least 5% of the total number of samples collected for group a.



The rest of the samples is laid out according to the needs of the track the next group of substances.



c) Group B-0.04%:



For the subgroups must be adhered to the same schedule as is given to cattle.



The rest of the samples is laid out according to the needs of the track the next group of substances.



4. The horse: the number of samples shall be determined on the basis of the needs of the monitor group

substances depending on the identified issues.



Section 2



Broiler chickens, spent hens, turkeys, other poultry



the sample represents) one or more animals depending on the conditions

investigative methods.



(b)) for each category of poultry (broilers, hens, turkeys,

other poultry), the minimum annual number of samples

at least one sample of the 200 tonnes of the annual production (dead weight) and

at least 100 samples for each group of substances if the annual production

category birds exceeds 5000 tonnes.



The samples are examined with layout referred to in subparagraphs (c) and (d)).)



c) Group A-50% of all samples:



One fifth of these samples is taken at farm level.



Each subgroup in the Group and checks each year using the

at least 5% of the total number of samples collected for group a.



The rest of the samples is laid out according to the needs of the track the next group of substances.



d) Group B-50% of all samples:



30% shall be examined by the Group B 1 substances,



30% shall be examined by the Group B 2 substances,



10% shall be examined by the Group B 3 substances.



The rest of the samples is laid out according to the needs of the track the next group of substances.



Section 3



Water products



1. the products of the fishing industry:



and the pattern is one or) more fish according to the size of these fish and

under the terms of the investigative methods.



(b)) every year, at least one sample removes the 100 tonnes of the annual

the production.



(c)) of the substance or residues on the presence of the samples are examined, and

the type of samples taken for examination are selected on the basis of the information about the

the likely use of the substance concerned.



d) samples are examined with layout referred to under (e)), and (f)).



e) Group A-one third of all samples: All samples shall be taken

at the level of the holding of fish of all stages of farming, including fish prepared

to be put into circulation for consumption.



f) Group B-two thirds of all samples:



Sampling shall be carried out



-preferably in the holding of fish ready to be put into circulation, to

consumption,



-in the case of fresh fish either in processing plants or in

wholesale markets on condition that when positive will be

trace the holding of origin.



Samples taken on the holding shall be at least 10% of the

registered places.



2. other products water: If there is reason to believe that, in the

the case of the other products, water management have been applied chemicals

or veterinary products or, where there is a suspicion of contamination

the environment must be included in the sampling plan samples

taken from these types of products in proportion to their production, as

additional product samples taken from the fishing industry.



Section 4



Milk



1. cow's milk:




and) each official sample must be taken in such a way as to

possible to trace back the holding of origin of the milk.



b) samples may be taken at the level of



-holding of the Assembly of the tank, or



-for undertaking for the treatment of milk before emptying the tank filled with

milk.



(c) findings of the holding of origin) the requirement may be waived for substances

Group B 3 (a). a), b) and (c)).



d) samples shall be taken only from raw milk.



e) sample size depends on the used analytical methods.



f) per year is collected a sample of 15 000 tonnes of the annual production of milk,

at least 300 samples are examined with the layout shown below

letters g), (h) and (i))).



g) 70% of the samples should be examined for the presence of residues of the veterinary medicinal

preparations. In this case, each sample must be tested on at least 4

different substances from at least 3 groups of groups A 6, B 1, B 2 (a). a) and B 2

(a). (e)).



h) 15% of the samples should be examined for the presence of residues from Group (B) 3.



the rest of the samples (I) 15%) are allocated as needed to watch more

a group of substances.



2. milk from other species of animals (sheep, goats, horses): the number of samples for the

These kinds of animals lays down monitoring plan according to the level of production and the

the identified problems. The milk from these species are included in the plan

sampling in the form of additional samples to the patterns laid down for

cow's milk.



Section 5



Eggs



1. Chicken Eggs:



and) each official sample must be taken in such a way as to

possible to trace back the holding of origin of the eggs.



(b)) samples can be taken at the level of



-holding or



-packing (packing centre) eggs.



(c)) the sample size is at least 12 eggs or more, depending on the

the analytical methods used.



d) per year is collected one specimen to 1000 tonnes of the annual production of ware

eggs, but at least 200 samples. At least 30% of the samples must be removed in

the level of the packing centres (centres) of the eggs. The samples shall be examined with the layout

referred to under (e)), and (f)).



e) 70% of the samples should be examined for the presence of at least one substance from each of the

groups A 6, B 1 and B 2 (b). (b)).



f) 30% of the samples shall be examined according to the schedule, which must include some

the examination group B 3 substances (a). and).



2. eggs from other species of poultry: number of samples for these species of poultry

the plan provides for the monitoring of the level of production and the problems identified.

Eggs from these species of poultry shall be included in the sampling plan in

additional patterns to the patterns laid down for chicken eggs.



Section 6



Rabbit meat, farmed game meat and wild game meat



1. the rabbit meat:



the sample represents) one or more animals from the same breeder in

Depending on the conditions of the investigative methods.



b) each sample must be taken in such a way as to be able

trace the holding of origin of the rabbits.



c) samples may be taken at the level of



-holding or



-approved slaughterhouse.



(d)) at the farm level can be made also several subscription

additional samples of drinking water and feedingstuffs for the purpose of controlling

unauthorized substances or products.



e) per year is collected 10 samples to 300 tonnes of the annual production (dead

weight) for the first 3000 tonnes of production and one sample for every

a further 300 tonnes. The samples are examined with layout referred to in subparagraphs

f) and (g)).



f) Group A-30% of the total number of samples:



-70% shall be examined on the substance group and 6,



-30% shall be examined on the substance of the other groups and subgroups.



g) Group B-70% of the total number of samples:



-30% should be examined for substances of Group (B) 1,



-30% shall be examined by the Group B 2 substances,



-10% shall be examined by the Group B 3 substances.



The rest of the samples is laid out according to the needs of the track the next group of substances.



2. farmed game Meat:



and) sample size depends on the method of inquiry.



b) samples shall be taken at the level of the processing plant in such a

in a way, that it is possible to trace the origin of the game farm.



(c)) at the farm level can be made also several additional subscription

samples of the feed water and feed for the purpose of control of illicit substances or

preparations.



d) per year is taken at least 100 samples are examined by

layout referred to under (e)), and (f)).



e) Group A-20% of the total number of samples: most of the samples shall be examined

the presence of Group A 5 and group, and 6.



f) Group B-70% of the total number of samples:



-30% should be examined for substances of Group (B) 1,



-30% shall be examined by the Group B 2 (d) of the substance. and (B) and 2 (b)). (b)),



-10% shall be examined by the Group B 2 (d) of the substance. (c)) and B 2 (b). (e)),



-30% shall be examined by the Group B 3 substances.



The rest of the samples is laid out according to the needs of the track the next group of substances.



3. Wild game meat:



and) sample size depends on the method of inquiry.



b) samples shall be taken at the corporate level, wild game processing House or to

the spot caught.



(c)) sampling shall be carried out so as to be able to trace back the hunting,

in which the beasts are caught.



d) per year is taken at least 100 samples.



(e)), the following samples must be taken for residue analysis of chemical elements,

or other chemical substances identified the monitoring plan.



Section 7



Med



and) sample size depends on the method of inquiry.



(b) may remove Samples) at any point in the production chain

the condition that it is possible to trace the original producer of honey.



c) per year is taken at least 10 samples per 300 tonnes of the annual production for the

the first 3000 tonnes of production and one sample for each additional 300 tonnes.

The samples shall be examined according to the layout specified in subparagraphs (d)), e) and (f)).



d) 50% of the total number of samples-for substances in Group B 1 and B 2 (b). (c)).



e) 40% of the total number of samples-the substance groups (B) 3 (b). and), (B) 3

(a). (b)), and (B) 3 (b). (c)).



(f)) the rest of the samples is laid out according to the needs of the track the next group

substances, including mycotoxins.



1) Council Directive 96/22/EC of 29 April 2004. April 1996 concerning the prohibition on the use of

certain substances having a hormonal or thyrostatic action and of

beta-agonists in stockfarming, and repealing directives 81/602/EEC,

88/146/EEC and 88/299/EEC.



Council Directive 96/23/EC of 29 April 2004. April 1996 concerning control measures for

of certain substances and residues thereof in live animals and animal

products and repealing directives 85/358/EEC and 86/469/EEC and decisions

89/187/EEC and 91/664/EEC.



Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 2003/74/EC of 22 December 2004. September 2003,

amending Council Directive 96/22/EC concerning the prohibition on the use of certain

substances having a hormonal or thyrostatic action and of beta-agonists in

breeding animals.



European Parliament and Council Directive 2008/97/EC of 19 June 2000. November

2008 amending Council Directive 96/22/EC concerning the prohibition on the use of

certain substances having a hormonal or thyrostatic action and of

beta-agonists in stockfarming.



1) as regards the game, are the only chemical elements, if the plan

monitoring unless the other chemicals.



Council Directive 96/23/EC of 29 April 2004. April 1996 concerning control measures for

of certain substances and residues thereof in live animals and animal

products and repealing directives 85/358/EEC and 86/469/EEC and decisions

89/187/EEC and 91/664/EEC.



Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 2003/74/EC of 22 December 2004. September 2003,

amending Council Directive 96/22/EC concerning the prohibition on the use of/some

substances having a hormonal or thyrostatic and beta-agonists

in the breeding of animals.



2) Act No. 378/2007 Coll., on pharmaceuticals and on changes of some

related laws (law on medicinal products), as amended.



3) Law No. 22/1997 Coll., on technical requirements for products and amending

and additions to certain laws, as amended.



4) Decree No. 273/2000 Coll., laying down the maximum permitted

residues of veterinary medicinal products and biologically active substances used in the

livestock production in foods and food ingredients, as amended by

amended.



5) § 22 para. 1 (b). and, § 50 paragraph). 5, § 51 para. 3, § 52 para. 1

(a). (b)), § 53 para. 1 (b). (f)), section 54 and section 72 para. 1 (b). (b) point 3)

the law.



6) section 75 para. 2 of the Act.



7) Annex No. 1 in Group IV of Decree No. 273/2000 Coll., laying down the

the maximum permitted residues of veterinary drugs and biologically active

substances used in animal production in foods and food

raw materials, as amended.