Change Decree. On Veterinary Requirements For Trade In Animals

Original Language Title: změna vyhl. o veterinárních požadavcích na obchodování se zvířaty

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416/2012 Coll.
DECREE


Dated 22 November 2012

Amending Decree no. 382/2003 Coll., On veterinary requirements for
trade in animals and on veterinary conditions for their import from third countries
, as amended

Ministry of Agriculture, pursuant to § 78 of Act no. 166/1999 Coll., On
veterinary care and amending certain related laws (Veterinary
Act), as amended by Act no. 131/2003 Coll., Act No. . 316/2004 Coll., Act No.
. 48/2006 Coll., Act no. 182/2008 Coll., Act no. 227/2009 Coll. and Act No.
. 308/2011 Coll., To implement § 8. 5, § 10 paragraph. 3 point. e)
§ 28 paragraph. 5, § 31 par. 3 point. a) and § 34 para. 5:

Art. I

Decree no. 382/2003 Coll., On veterinary requirements for trading
animals and on veterinary conditions for their import from third countries in
amended by Decree no. 260/2005 Coll. and Decree no. 156/2006 Coll., is amended as follows
:

First In § 1 para. 1 introductory part of the provision, § 10 paragraph. 1
introductory part of the provisions of § 53, § 56 point. c) af), § 79 and § 80, the words "European
Community" is replaced by "European Union".

Second In § 3, second sentence deleted.

Third In § 11, the words "European Community" is replaced by "European
Union" and the words "shall be determined by decision of the institutions of the European Union" is replaced
"says the Commission."

Fourth § 12, including footnote no. 17 reads:

"§ 12

Sending pigs destined for Member States or regions free
Aujeszky's disease listed in Annex I of the Commission decision on
additional guarantees relating to Aujeszky's disease in pigs
trade within the Community and criteria
to provide information on this disease ^ 17), and from other Member States
or areas that are not in the annex to this decision constitutes a
allowed under the conditions specified in Annex no. 3 hereto .

17) Commission Decision 2008/185 / EC of 21 February 2008 establishing
additional guarantees for Aujeszky's disease in pigs
trade within the Community and criteria to provide information on this disease
, as amended.".

Fifth § 14 including the title and footnote no. 18 reads:

"§ 14

Special health guarantees trade in bovine animals relating to infectious bovine rhinotracheitis


Animals originating from other Member States or regions than those
which are listed in Annex II to the Commission Decision on the implementation of Directive
Council Directive 64/432 / EEC as regards additional guarantees for trade in bovine animals | || Community relating to infectious bovine rhinotracheitis
cattle, and approval of the eradication programs presented by certain Member States
^ 18), and is intended for Member States or regions
listed in Annex II to this decision must meet
conditions specified in Annex no. 6 hereto.

18) Commission Decision 2004/558 / EC of 15 July 2004 implementing
Council Directive 64/432 / EEC as regards additional guarantees for trade in beef cattle
within the Community with regard to infectious rhinotracheitis | || cattle and approval of the eradication programs presented
some Member States, as amended. ".

6th In § 15b paragraph. 1 point. b) the words "or arrester station
odpočinku13a)" is replaced by "assembly center
checkpoint".

Footnote. 13a is repealed.

7th In § 15d introductory part, the words ", other facilities and equipment
" is replaced by "and other areas."

8th In § 15d point. c) Section 2 reads:

"2. appropriate facilities for loading and unloading, and, if necessary,
for housing, water, feed and necessary treatment of animals;
these facilities must be easy to clean and disinfect ".

9th In § 16 point. b) paragraph 3, "in accordance with the methodical instructions
State Veterinary Administration" are deleted.

10th In § 20 at the end of the text of paragraph 1, the words "and determining".

11th In § 27 para. 1 point. a) Section 3 reads:

"3. during the 72 hours preceding dispatch
been subjected to a veterinary examination carried out by the attending veterinarian,
in which showed no clinical signs of disease, nor any
suspicion of disease to which poultry are susceptible, or be subjected to

Veterinary examination carried out by the attending veterinarian
each month, the last more than 31 days prior to shipment. In this case
must be within 72 hours prior to departure
checked the records of the health status of poultry and assessment of its current health status
based on current information provided by the farmer.
Also indicated by the records or information provided is suspected of being infected, to
which poultry are susceptible, it shall be the official veterinarian
undergo a further veterinary inspection to eliminate the possible presence of disease
".

12th In § 29 point. b) the words "official veterinarian" shall be
words "attending veterinarian."

13th § 30-33 are deleted.

14th In § 34, paragraph 2 and 3 shall be deleted and whilst repealing the designation in paragraph 1


15th In § 35 paragraph 2 reads:

"(2) The provisions of § 26 of the poultry referred to in paragraph 1 shall not apply.".

16th In § 36 para. 1 introductory part, the words "§ 26-34"
replaced by "§ 26-29, § 34".

17th In § 36 para. 1 point. a) point 3, the number "9" is replaced by "8".

18th In § 36 para. 1, letter b) reads:

"B) all poultry shipments have one month prior to departure
negative result of bacteriological or serology
Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella gallinarum in accordance with Annex no. 7
this decree."

19th In § 41 paragraph. 3, after the word "Poultry" the words "intended for restocking
".

20th In § 45 para. 1 point. b) and c) and § 51 paragraph. 1
introductory part, the words "installations" is replaced by "business".

21st In § 45 paragraph 2 reads:

"(2) If the animals referred to in paragraph 1 shall be accompanied by a veterinary
certificate or commercial document must be accompanied by a written
declaration of the business operator confirms that sent
animals did not appear at the time of sending any obvious signs of disease and that the company is not subject
extraordinary veterinary measures. ".

22nd In § 46 para. 2 the words "from the breeder, who has a pet
breed" replaced "by another farmer."

23rd In § 47 point. a) and § 49 par. 2 point. b) the word "device"
replaced by "enterprise".

24th In § 47 point. d) the word "device that" is replaced by "
company."

25th In § 47 point. e) § 49 para. 1 point. b) and paragraph. 2 point. c)
§ 51 paragraph. 1 point. a) and § 51 paragraph. 2, the word "installation" is replaced
"business".

26th In § 49 para. 1 letter a) reads:

"A) they come from, where during the 30 days prior to shipment
been diagnosed with avian influenza and avian enterprise or
areas that are not subject to extraordinary veterinary measures adopted
due to the occurrence or risk of spread Newcastle disease ".

27th In § 49 par. 2 letter a) reads:

"A) not come from the enterprise or come into contact with animals from a holding
which was diagnosed psittacosis (Chlamydia psittaci) if
unexpired period of less than two months after the last detected case and
treatment duration, carried out under veterinary supervision,
lasted at least two months ".

28th § 52 including the title reads:

"§ 52
Foxes and minks


Foxes and minks must not be subjected to trafficking if they come from
business or have been in contact with animals from a holding in which it occurs
rabies or suspected that it occurred within 6
months prior to dispatch, and which is not carried out systematic vaccination program
. ".

29th § 54, including footnote no. 14b repealed.

30th In § 56 point. d), e) and g) the word "Community" is replaced
"European Union".

31st § 63 including the title reads:

"Equidae

§ 63

Unless otherwise stated, the animals may
imports from third countries only if they

A) come from a third country, or part thereof, which is listed on
list of third countries and parts thereof from which it is possible to import animals
into the European Union, compiled and published by the European Union institutions, || |
B) during the three months prior to sending reared in the exporting country
venture with veterinary supervision

C) the period of 30 days prior to dispatch isolated from different animals

Health status. ".

32nd In § 73 para. 1 point. d) the word "quarantine" the words
"or isolation."

33rd In § 73 paragraph 3 reads:

"(3) In the case of dogs, cats and ferrets must be the health conditions of their
imports equivalent to those of a directly applicable regulation
European unie16). These animals must be accompanied by a health certificate
containing also confirm that, 24 hours before sending the animals
carried out by an approved veterinarian clinical examination, during which
showed that the animals are in good health and able
withstand carriage to their destination. ".

34th § 76 is repealed.

35th In Annex no. 1 point. f) the word "Elephants" is replaced
"Asian elephants."

36th In Annex no. 1 at the end of the text of letter f) the following words:
"Primates
Ebola and monkey pox Rodentia and Primates
small hive beetle (Aethina tumida), bees (Apis and Bombus)
Tropilaelaps mite (Tropilaelaps spp.) Bee (Apis) ".

37th Annex no. 2 is repealed.

38th Annex no. 3 reads:

"Annex no. 3 to Decree no. 382/2003 Coll.

SPECIAL HEALTH GUARANTEES FOR DEALING WITH REGARD TO Pigs Aujeszky's disease

I
.
|| | (1) Sending breeding and production pigs destined for Member States
or regions free of Aujeszky's disease listed in part III
. of this Annex and coming from other Member States or
areas that are not in that annex, is permitted only under the following conditions
:

a) Aujeszky's disease must in the Member State of origin to be among
notifiable disease,

b) in a Member State or regions of origin must be supervised by the competent authority used
sanitation program for Aujeszky's disease
meeting the requirements of § 77 of this Decree. under this plan
must be used appropriate measures for transportation and transit of pigs,
preventing the spread of disease between holdings of a different health status
,

c) as regards the holding of origin of the pigs:

first the holding in question were not in the previous 12 months recorded
no clinical, pathological or serological evidence of Aujeszky's disease

Second the holdings located within a radius of 5 km around the holding
origin of the pigs were not in the previous 12 months were no
clinical, pathological or serological evidence of Aujeszky's disease;
this provision shall not apply if the holdings
located within a radius of 5 km around the holding of origin
under the supervision of the competent authority and in accordance with the sanitation program referred to in point.
B) regularly applied measures for monitoring and eradication of this disease and
if these measures are effective in preventing any spread of the disease
to the holdings,

Third at least 12-months, vaccination against Aujeszky
disease;

Fourth pigs were subjected at least twice at an interval of at least two months
serological examination for the presence of antibodies against glycoproteins
disease virus (ADV-gE or ADV-gB or ADV-gD)
or antibodies against the entire disease virus.
This examination must demonstrate the absence of Aujeszky's disease and vaccinated pigs
absence of antibodies against ADV- gE

Fifth in the previous 12 months were not included into the herd of pigs no
herds with lower health status Aujeszky's disease as not to
Aujeszky's disease tested with negative results,

D) the pigs to be moved:

First have not been vaccinated,

Second over a period of 30 days prior to movement, kept in isolation in a stable order
avoid the risk of spreading Aujeszky's disease to these pigs,

Third must have lived in the holding of origin or in a holding of an equivalent
health status from birth and reside in the holding of origin for at least:

03.01 30 days in the case of commercial pigs,

03.02 90 days in the case of pigs for breeding,

Fourth were reacted negatively to at least two serological tests
within at least 30 days for antibodies to ADV-gB or ADV-gD
or antibodies against the entire disease virus. In the case of pigs
younger than 4 months, but may also be used
serological test for antibodies against ADV- gE. Sampling for the last test must

Be made within 15 days prior to shipment. The number of pigs tested in the isolation
must be high enough to detect:

04.01 2% seroprevalence with 95% confidence in commercial pigs
isolation

04.02 0.1% seroprevalence with 95% confidence in breeding pigs in
isolation

Fifth the first test is not necessary if:

05.01 under the plan referred to in point. b) was the holding of origin
performed between 45 and 170 days prior to shipment serological examination
demonstrating the absence of antibodies against the entire virus
Aujeszky's disease and absence of antibodies against ADV-gE in vaccinated pigs

05.02 pigs to be moved have lived in the holding of origin since birth
,

05.03 to the holding of origin has been relocated no pigs at a time when
pigs to be moved, lived in isolation.

(2) Sending slaughter pigs destined for Member States or regions
free of Aujeszky's disease listed in Part III.
this Annex and coming from other Member States or regions that
not mentioned in the Annex, is permitted only under the following conditions
:

A) Aujeszky's disease must in the Member State of origin to be among
notifiable disease,

B) in the Member State or region of origin must be used
sanitation program for Aujeszky's disease, fulfilling the requirements of § 77
hereof,

C) all the pigs in question must be transported directly to the slaughterhouse of destination and either
:

First They come from a holding which fulfills the conditions set out in paragraph. 1
point. c) or

Second He has been vaccinated against Aujeszky's disease at least 15 days prior to shipment
and come from a holding of origin where

02.01 It was part of the plan referred to in point b) under the supervision of the competent authority
in the previous 12 months, regularly applied
measures for monitoring and eradication of Aujeszky's disease

02.02 the pigs have remained for at least 30 days prior to dispatch and there were
at the time of completion of the health certificate no clinical or pathological evidence
this disease, or

Third They have not been vaccinated and come from a farm where

03.01 was part of the plan referred to in point b) under the supervision of the competent authority
in the previous 12 months, regularly applied
measures for monitoring and eradication of Aujeszky's disease in the previous six months
There are no clinical, pathological or serological | || evidence of Aujeszky's disease

03.02 vaccination against Aujeszky's disease and commissioning of vaccinated pigs to breed
are banned because the economy is in accordance with the plan
referred to in point b) aims to achieve a higher health status
Aujeszky's disease

03.03 these pigs have lived for at least 90 days prior to shipment.

(3) Breeding pigs destined for Member States or regions listed in Part II
. this Annex, which are used in approved programs
s disease eradication must either

A) come from Member States or regions listed in section III.
this Annex, or

B) come

First Member States or regions listed in section II. this Annex, and

Second from a holding which fulfills the conditions set out in paragraph. 1 point. c)
and

C) subject to the following conditions:

First Aujeszky's disease must in the Member State of origin to be among
notifiable disease,

Second Member State or region of origin is used to plan for the control and eradication of Aujeszky's disease
that meets the criteria set out in § 5
Decree no. 299/2003 Coll.

Third the holding of origin of the pigs were in the previous 12 months
been no clinical, pathological or serological evidence of Aujeszky's disease
,

Fourth Pigs must be for a period of 30 days immediately prior to movement
kept in isolation in the barn, to avoid the risk of spreading Aujeszky
disease

Fifth the pigs must have reacted negatively to a serological
test for antibodies to ADV-gE. Sampling for the last
test must be performed within 15 days prior to shipment. The number of pigs tested
must be high enough to detect 2% seroprevalence with 95%
confidence in these pigs,

6th the pigs must have lived in the holding of origin since birth or
holding of an equivalent health status to stay at least 90 days.


(4) Pigs destined for Member States or regions listed in Part II
. this Annex, which are used in approved programs
s disease eradication must either

A) come from Member States or regions listed in section III.
this Annex, or

B) come from

First Member States or regions listed in section II. this Annex

Second a farm which meets the requirements of paragraph. 1 point. c) or

C) subject to the following conditions:

First Aujeszky's disease must in the Member State of origin to be among
notifiable disease,

Second Member States or region of origin is used to plan for the control and eradication of Aujeszky
disease that meets the criteria set out in § 5
Decree no. 299/2003 Coll.

Third the holding of origin of the pigs were in the previous 12 months
been no clinical, pathological or serological evidence of Aujeszky's disease
,

Fourth the holding of origin and between 45 and 170 days prior to shipment
serological survey for Aujeszky's disease, demonstrating
absence of the disease and the absence of antibodies against ADV-gE u
vaccinated pigs

Fifth the pigs must either have lived in the holding of origin since birth, or
reside in such holdings for at least 30 days after the arrival of
holding of an equivalent health status, which was conducted
serological tests comparable to one of the serological examination || | mentioned in point 4

(5) Serological examination performed in accordance with this decree for
order to monitor or detect Aujeszky's disease in pigs, must meet the following requirements
:

A) the tests referred to in subparagraphs b) and c) must be performed before
approval of the test and the tests referred to in subparagraph d), and then be
performed at least every dose

B) the sensitivity of the test must be of such a level that the following Community reference sera are positive
:

* Community reference serum ADV 1 at 1: 8

* Community reference serum ADV-gE A,

* Community reference serum ADV-gE B,

* Community reference serum ADV-gE C,

* Community reference serum ADV-gE D

* Community reference serum ADV-gE E,

* Community reference serum ADV-gE F

C) the specificity of the test must be of such a level that the following
reference sera are negative:

* Community reference serum ADV-gE G,

* Community reference serum ADV-gE H,

* Community reference serum ADV-gE J,

* Community reference serum ADV-gE K,

* Community reference serum ADV-gE L,

* Community reference serum ADV-gE M,

* Community reference serum ADV-gE N,

* Community reference serum ADV-gE O,

* Community reference serum ADV-gE P

* Community reference serum ADV-GEQ,

D) for batch control must be a reference serum ADV 1
positive at 1: 8 and one of the Community reference sera from
ADV-gE G to ADV-gE Q, as listed in subparagraph c ) must be negative,

E) for control of ADV-gB and ADV-gD must reference serum ADV 1
positive at 1: 2 and Community reference serum
Q, as shown in c), must be negative.

(6) Without prejudice to the provisions of § 78 para. 2, information on the occurrence
Aujeszky's disease, including details of the program of monitoring and eradication
used by Member States listed in Part II.
this Annex and in other Member States or regions mentioned in Annex
unlisted, in which the monitoring and eradication programs
use must be provided by each Member State at least once a year
in accordance with uniform criteria set out in Annex.
4 to this decree.

(7) Without prejudice to the provisions laid down in legislation
European Union concerning health certificates, before filling
Part C of the health certificate for pigs destined for Member States or regions
listed in Part II. or III. of this annex, the official veterinarian to determine


A) the status and economy of a Member State or region of origin of the pigs
due to Aujeszky's disease

B) in the case of pigs, which come from a Member State or region

Free of the disease, health status and economy of a Member State or
regions of destination for the pigs in relation to Aujeszky's disease

C) whether the swine meet the conditions laid down in this Annex.

(8) For transport or transit of pigs destined for Member States or
areas listed in Part II. or III. This annex does not come into contact
those pigs with pigs of different or unknown health status
Aujeszky's disease.

II.

MEMBER STATES OR THEIR AREAS IN WHICH ARE USED PROGRAMS APPROVED
sanitation Aujeszky's disease

List of Member States or regions in which they are used
sanitation programs approved Aujeszky's disease listed in Annex II
Commission decisions on additional guarantees relating to Aujeszky's disease
trade of pigs within the Community
and criteria to provide information on this disease ^ 17).

III.

Member States or regions free of Aujeszky's disease and where vaccination is prohibited


List of Member States or regions free of Aujeszky's disease,
in which vaccination is prohibited, are listed in Annex I to Decision
Commission on additional guarantees relating to Aujeszky's disease
trade of pigs within the Community and
establishing criteria for the provision of information on this disease ^ 17). ".

39th in Annex no. 4 in paragraph 5 of the note no. (1) the word" series "is replaced by the word
"Office."

40th Annex no. 5 is repealed.

41st Annex no. 6 reads:

"Annex no. 6 to Decree no. 382 / 2003 Sb.

Special health guarantees TRADING in bovine animals relating to infectious bovine rhinotracheitis


I.

(1) for breeding and production cattle intended for Member States or their
areas which have a mandatory national program to control
infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, originating from Member States or regions
those states that are not listed in part III. this Annex
must meet at least the following additional guarantees:

A) must come from holdings which have not in the last 12 months, according
official information, no clinical or pathological evidence of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis
,

B) the animals must be placed in isolation approved by the competent authority after
period of 30 days immediately prior to movement and all bovine animals in the same isolation facility
not allowed during this time of clinical
signs of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, | ||
C) all bovine animals in the same isolation facility must have a negative serological results
tests carried out on blood samples, these tests
not be made earlier than 21 days after their arrival in
isolation facility must identify and The following antibodies:

First in the case of vaccinated cattle antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein
BHV1, or

Second in unvaccinated animals, antibodies against the entire BHV1.

(

2) The competent authority may authorize the dispatch of cattle in herds
located in areas which have a mandatory national program to control
infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, if it meets at least one of the following
conditions:

A) the animals from Member States which carry out mandatory
national program to control infectious bovine rhinotracheitis and
come from farms where it was eradicated BHV1 meeting at least the requirements set out in Annex
no. 9 to this decree,

B) the animals are intended for meat production and comply with the following conditions:

First animals come from farms where it was eradicated BHV1 as defined in
Annex no. 9 hereto, or

Second They descend from vaccinated and regularly re-vaccinated dams, or

Third They have been regularly vaccinated and re-vaccinated according to the manufacturer's instructions
'GE-deleted' vaccines, or

Fourth has been subjected in the Member State of origin, and the result
serological test for antibodies was negative, and a test was performed
as specified in paragraph. 1 point. c)
on a blood sample taken within 14 days prior to shipment, and

Fifth they are transported without coming into contact with animals that have
lower health status, breeding, whose status is unknown BHV1,
in the Member State of destination, which carried a mandatory national program
combat infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, where according to the approved

National eradication program all animals are fattened
buildings, one of which may be transferred only to a slaughterhouse,

C) animals come from herds in which all cattle breeding
older than 15 months vaccinated and regularly re-vaccinated and all the animals in the breeding
older than nine months are at intervals of not more than 12 months to undergo || | serological test detecting antibodies against the gE-glycoprotein of the BHV1
taking these tests with negative results, and as stated in the paragraph.
1 point. c) point i)
tests are carried out on blood samples taken during the past 14
days prior to dispatch,

D) the animals originate from farms where BHV1 occur as defined in
Annex no. 9 hereto and which are located in Member States where the
obligation to report infectious bovine rhinotracheitis and where || | during the last 30 days in a radius of 5 km around the breeding occurred
no clinical or pathological evidence of BHV1 infection and the animals were
with negative results to tests for antibodies as referred to in paragraph
. 1 point. c), the tests were performed on blood samples taken during
past 14 days prior to dispatch.

(3) animals for slaughter coming from Member States or regions thereof
not listed in Part III. this Annex and is intended for
Member States or regions which have a statutory
national program to control infectious bovine rhinotracheitis,
must be transported directly to the slaughterhouse of destination, or to the assembly center, where
will be transferred in accordance with § 9 point. a) hereof
to the slaughterhouse of destination where they will be defeated.

II.

(1) cattle breeding and production coming from other member countries or their
areas than those listed in Part III.
this annex, which is intended for Member States or areas where
been eradicated infectious bovine rhinotracheitis and listed in Part III
. this Annex must meet the following additional guarantees:

A) must comply with the additional guarantees set out in Part I para. 1 point. a) a
b) of this Annex

B) the animals and all the other cattle placed in the same insulating
devices that are referenced in Part I para. 1 point. b) of this Annex
had to be tested for serological determination of antibodies against the entire BHV1
carried out on blood samples collected at least 21 days after their
arrival at the isolation facility, the result must be negative
,

C) must not have been vaccinated against infectious bovine rhinotracheitis.

(2) animals for slaughter from other Member States or their
areas than those listed in Part III. this Annex, which
is intended for Member States or regions listed in section III.
This Annex will be transferred directly to the slaughterhouse of destination where they will be in accordance with
§ 9 point. b) hereof defeated.

III.

Member States or regions free of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis

List of Member States or regions free of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis
is given in Annex II to the Commission Decision on
implementing Council Directive 64/432 / EEC as regards additional guarantees for trade with
cattle within the Community
relating to infectious bovine rhinotracheitis and the approval of the eradication programs
by certain Member States ^ 18). ".

42nd Annex no. 7, reads:

" Appendix. 7 to Decree no. 382/2003 Coll.
APPROVAL OF ENTERPRISES


I.

General conditions for approval of the plant

(1) The Company may be approved for trading if

A) satisfies the conditions of facilities and operations, as mentioned in Part II.
this annex and § 26 point. a) hereof,

B) applies and adheres disease surveillance program approved by the regional veterinary administration
while respecting the requirements of Part III. this Annex

C) permits the implementation of the acts referred to in subparagraph d)

D) subjects in the control of an organized veterinary supervision
regional health authorities; Such monitoring shall include in particular:

First at least one inspection every year, made at the regional veterinary administration and supplemented
monitoring the application of hygiene measures and control
business operations in accordance with the conditions set out in Part II.
This Annex

Second record all information necessary for the continuous monitoring

Health status of an enterprise Regional Veterinary Administration
e) contain only poultry as defined in § 2. a) hereof.

(2) The Regional Veterinary Administration shall allocate to each undertaking, which corresponds
conditions set out in paragraph 1, a veterinary approval number by
special legal regulation 3).

II.

Equipment and operation

A. Breeding, breeding and rearing enterprises

(1) Halls

A) the location and layout of the halls must comply with the type of production and allow
prevent spread of disease. In the event that the disease occurs, allow
its control. If the economy is in several species of poultry,
must be strictly separated.

B) The halls must provide good conditions of hygiene and allow implementation
veterinary checks.

C) The equipment must match the type of farming and allow cleansing and disinfection
equipment and vehicles for transporting poultry and eggs at the most suitable place
.

(2) Rearing

A) Rearing techniques must be based as far as possible on the principles
"rearing with a closed system," the one-time shipments and
put in. Cleaning, disinfecting and "period without animals" must be applied
among various groups.

B) In breeding, breeding and rearing enterprises must not behave
poultry other than poultry coming

First from the company itself, or

Second other breeding, breeding and rearing enterprises
European Union, approved in accordance with § 26 of this decree, or

Third imported from third countries in accordance with this decree.

C) hygiene measures must be determined by management.
Employees must wear appropriate working clothing and visitors protective clothing.

D) Buildings, halls for poultry pens and equipment must be kept in good condition
.

E) Eggs must be

First collected at frequent intervals, at least once a day, and as soon
after laying

Second cleaned and disinfected as soon as possible if disinfection does not
at a hatchery in the same Member State

Third stored either in the new or clean and disinfected packaging
material.

F) Records of breeding, file or computer records for each
flock must be kept for at least two years after the disposal of the flock and must contain
:

First arrivals and departures,

Second performance,

Third morbidity, mortality and its causes,

Fourth laboratory tests and their results

Fifth the place of origin of poultry

6th the destination of eggs.

G) In the event of the occurrence of the disease in poultry must be the results of laboratory tests
immediately notified the attending veterinarian.

B. hatcheries

(1) Buildings

) A hatchery must be physically and operationally separate from rearing stables.
Arrangement must ensure the separation of the various functional units:

First storage and sorting eggs

Second disinfection,

Third předlíheň,

Fourth hatching,

Fifth dispatch, including packaging.

B) Buildings must be protected against the ingress of birds and rodents.
Floors and walls must be made of durable, waterproof and washable
material. They must be provided with adequate natural or artificial
lighting and air flow and temperature. It must be ensured
hygienic disposal of waste (shells, nedolíhlých eggs and chicks).

C) Equipment must have smooth and waterproof surfaces.

(2) Operation

A) Operation must be based on the principle that movement of eggs, mobile equipment and personnel
in one direction.

B) Hatching eggs must

First from breeding or breeding enterprises
European Union approved in accordance with § 26 of this decree, or

Second on imports from third countries in accordance with this decree.

C) Hygiene rules must be drawn up by management.
Personnel must wear appropriate working clothing and visitors protective clothing.

D) Buildings and equipment must be kept in good condition.

E) must be disinfected:

First eggs, between their arrival and the incubation process or during their expedition
trading within the European Union or export to a third country, if not already
disinfected at the breeding establishment of origin.

Second incubators - regularly

Third hatchers and equipment, after the hatching of each batch.

F) A program of microbiological quality control must be used to assess the health status of the hatchery
.


G) The farmer must notify the attending veterinarian
any changes in performance or any other sign elements which could arise
suspected presence of the disease in poultry. Once a
suspected of being infected by an authorized veterinarian must send the approved
lab samples needed for making or confirming the diagnosis and
inform the regional veterinary administration, which decides what measures will be taken
.

H) Records of hatching, file or computer records for each flock
must be kept for at least two years and, where possible, for each flock
include:

First origin of the eggs and their arrival date,

Second hatching yields,

Third abnormality detected,

Fourth laboratory tests and their results

Fifth details of any vaccination programs

6th number and the destination of incubated eggs unhatched,

7th destination of day-old chicks.

I) In the event of the occurrence of the disease in poultry must be the results of laboratory tests
communicated immediately to the attending veterinarian.

III.


Disease surveillance program
Program shall, without prejudice to animal health measures and § 77 and 78
least include surveillance for infections and species listed.

A. Infection by Salmonella pullorum, Salmonella gallinarum and Salmonella arizonae


(1) Types concerned

A) Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella gallinarum: fowls, turkeys,
fowls, quails, pheasants, partridges and ducks; Salmonella pullorum a
means Salmonella enterica subspecies enterica serovar Gallinarum
biochemical variant (biovar) Pullorum and Salmonella gallinarum with
means Salmonella enterica subspecies enterica serovar Gallinarum
biochemical variant (biovar) Gallinarum.

B) Salmonella arizonae: turkeys; Salmonella arizonae means Salmonella enterica subspecies
arizonae serogroup K (O18) arizonae.

(2) infection surveillance program

A) to determine whether the disease occurs, it must be used
Serological and / or bacteriological testing, while keeping in mind that
serological investigations in birds other than chickens may be somewhere || | lead to an unacceptable rate of false positive reactions.

B) Samples for testing must be taken, as appropriate, from blood,
embryos that hatch, especially from dead embryos in shell
grade chicks, meconium or dead tissues, especially the liver,
spleen, ovaries, fallopian tubes and ileocecal transition, while
should remember that the samples taken from the environment
not usually reliable for the detection of Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella gallinarum
.

C) For faecal / meconium and intestinal samples to be used in direct
enrichment in selenite-cystine broth. For samples, which are assumed
only minimal presence of competing flora, may
nonselective pre-enrichment followed by selective enrichment in
Soy broth by Rappaport Vassiliadis or
Müller-Kauffmann tetrathionate broth-novobiocinovém , while
should be kept in mind that for diagnosis are also useful in direct smears
aseptically collected tissues for minimally selective agar, such as e.g.
MacConkey agar; Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella gallinarum
easily grow in the modified semi-solid medium-Rappaport Vassiliadis (MSRV)
which is used for monitoring of zoonotic Salmonella spp.
in the European Union.

D) To determine the number of samples to be taken, when
taking blood samples from a flock for serological testing for Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella
gallinarum, or Salmonella arizonae must take into account the prevalence of the disease in
the country and its occurrence in the company in the past.
Always taken a statistically representative number of samples for serological
and / or bacteriological testing to determine infection.

E) Flocks must be inspected during each laying period at the most appropriate for determining
to the disease.

F) samples for bacteriological testing must not be taken from poultry and eggs
which was within two or three weeks before the examination
treated with antimicrobial drugs.

G) Detection techniques must be capable of distinguishing the serological response to infection
Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella gallinarum
from serological responses due to the use of vaccines Salmonella enteritidis there,

Where this vaccine is used, while it is necessary to bear in mind
that there is currently no test that could distinguish between
responses to infection Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella gallinarum and
vaccine for this serotype. Such a vaccine must therefore be
used if it is used serological monitoring. It was used
vaccine must be used bacteriological examination, but used
authentication method must be capable of distinguishing the live vaccine strains from field strains
.

B. Infection with Mycoplasma gallisepticum and Mycoplasma meleagridis

(1) Types concerned

A) Mycoplasma gallisepticum: fowls and turkeys.

B) Mycoplasma meleagridis: turkeys.

(2) infection surveillance program

A) Presence of infection must be tested by validated serological and / or
bacteriological and / or molecular tests.
Incidence of inflammatory changes in air bags for day-old chicks and turkey poults suggests that a Mycoplasma infection
present and must be investigated.

B) Samples for testing for the presence of Mycoplasma infection must be based on the nature of the case
from blood, day-old chicks and turkey poults, sperm, or swabs taken from the trachea
, nostrils, cloaca or air sacs and in particular the determination || | Mycoplasma meleagridis samples must be taken from oviduct turkeys and turkey
coupling body.

C) Examination to determine Mycoplasma gallisepticum or Mycoplasma meleagridis
is performed on a representative sample in order to allow continuous monitoring
infection during rearing and laying, preferably before
start of laying and every three months thereafter.

C. Results and measures to be taken

If there are no reactors, the test is deemed negative. Otherwise
flock is suspect and must be applied to it
measures set out in Part IV. this Annex.

D.

In the case of holdings which consist of two or more separate
production units, the regional veterinary authority to waive
action under Part IV. paragraph. 3 point. b) of this Annex in healthy
infected production units operating under the condition that approved
veterinarian has confirmed that the structure and size of these units
and traffic in them are such that housing and feeding
they are completely separate, so it is not possible transmission of that disease from one unit to another
.

IV.

Criteria for suspending or withdrawing approval enterprise

(1) Approval granted to an undertaking must be suspended:

A) no longer met the conditions set out in Part II.
this Annex,

B) until an investigation appropriate to the disease:

First in the case of suspected avian avian influenza or Newcastle disease
in the company,

Second if a company has received poultry or hatching eggs from the company suspected of avian
avian influenza or Newcastle disease or avian
infected with avian influenza or Newcastle disease,

Third when contact was made between now and the outbreak of avian influenza
influenza or Newcastle disease, on the basis of which could lead to transmission of infection
,

C) until such time as new tests when monitoring results
carried out in accordance with the conditions set out in Part II. and III.
This Annex for infection by Salmonella pullorum, Salmonella gallinarum
Salmonella arizonae, Mycoplasma gallisepticum or Mycoplasma meleagridis
reasonably be suspected of being infected,

D) until completion of the appropriate measures required
official veterinarian, if the company can not fulfill the requirements of Part I.
paragraph. 1 point. a), b) and c) of this Annex.

(2) Approval must be withdrawn:

A) in the case of the occurrence of avian influenza or Newcastle disease of birds
in the company,

B) if the second specific examination confirms the presence of infection
Salmonella pullorum, Salmonella gallinarum, Salmonella arizonae,
Mycoplasma gallisepticum or Mycoplasma meleagridis,

C) if, after further warnings regional health authorities
been made to bring the company was in line with the requirements of Part I
. paragraph. 1 point. a), b) and c) of this Annex.

(3) Conditions for restoring approval:

A) if approval has been withdrawn because of an occurrence of avian influenza
influenza or Newcastle disease, it may be restored 21 days after
perform sanitary slaughtering and final disinfection


B) if approval has been withdrawn because of infection caused

First Salmonella pullorum and gallinarum, or Salmonella arizonae, it may be restored after
when the economy was in an ambulance after defeating
infected flocks and final disinfection for which the appropriate
examinations on dry surfaces confirmed the effectiveness, conducted two
tested with negative results, and the interval between each
examinations must be at least 21 days

Second Mycoplasma gallisepticum or Mycoplasma meleagridis, it may be re
granted either after he was on the entire flock two tests performed with
negative results, the interval between examinations
must be at least 60 days, or after they have been breeding a two
examination and negative results in a range of at least 21 days after the ambulance
defeat the infected flock and after disinfection. ".

43rd Annex no. 8 including footnotes. 13c reads:

"Annex no. 8 of Decree no. 382/2003 Coll.

CONDITIONS FOR POULTRY VACCINATION

(1) Vaccines used for vaccinating poultry or flocks producing hatching eggs
must be registered by the competent authority of the Member
State in which the vaccine is used.

(2) The regular vaccination programs against Newcastle disease may be
use of live attenuated vaccine against Newcastle disease
must be prepared from a Newcastle disease virus strain for which the master
seed has been tested and shown that has an index
intracerebral pathogenicity (ICPI)

A) of less than 0.4, if each bird in the ICPI test not less than 107 EID50
or

B) less than 0,5 if each bird in the ICPI test not less than 108 EID50
.

(3) Vaccination programs against Salmonella may not influence the outcome
serological determination in the context of field investigation and
or lead to false positive results.

(4) live Salmonella vaccines must not be used as part of national control programs


A) breeding and productive poultry during her reproductive and supporting
stage unless it was proven the safety of their use and not for such a purpose
approved in accordance with a special regulation-13c)

B) if the manufacturer does not provide an appropriate method for bacteriological
distinguish wild-type strains of salmonella from vaccine strains.

13c) Act no. 378/2007 Coll. on pharmaceuticals and amending some
Related Acts (Pharmaceuticals Act), as amended by Act
later regulations. ".

44th Appendix. 9 reads:

" Appendix . 9 to Decree no. 382/2003 Coll.

ECONOMY free from infectious bovine rhinotracheitis

(1) Holdings with cattle is considered free from infectious bovine rhinotracheitis
if it satisfies the following conditions:

A) the economy has over the past six months recorded
no suspicion of BHV1 infection and all cattle on the farm is simple
clinical signs typical of BHV1 infection,

B) the economy and all non-adjacent pastures or buildings -
regardless of the ownership ratios - are part of the economy as
epidemiological units must be from pastures and buildings
with worse health status in terms of BHV1 effectively separated
natural or physical barriers that effectively prevent direct contact between animals of different health status
,

C) into the economy has moved only from cattle holdings
situated in Member States or regions listed in section III
. Annex no. 6 to this Decree or from a farm affordable
BHV1 and no cattle in the economy has not been in contact with other cattle
than that which comes from holdings situated in Member States or their
areas that are presented in part III.
Annex no. 6 hereto or from a farm affordable BHV1

D) female bovine animals are only inseminated with semen cattle
obtained in accordance with Decree no. 380/2003 Coll., On veterinary requirements for
trading sperm, egg cells and embryos and the health conditions of their
imports from third countries, as amended, and are accepted
bulls from holdings which are in
Member States or regions listed in section III
. Annex no. 6 to this Decree or from a farm affordable BHV1


E) the holding must be at least one of the following control regimes
:

First serological tests for antibodies against BHV1 is done with
negative result on at least two blood samples taken
interval of five to seven months from all female bovine animals older
nine months and from all male bovine animals more than nine months, used or || | intended for breeding,

Second serological tests for antibodies against BHV1 is done with
negative results for at least

02.01 two samples of milk taken with an interval of five to seven months from
all cows in lactation, either on individual milk samples, or on mixed
milk samples taken by a maximum of five animals and

02.02 two blood samples taken at intervals of five to seven months from all female
not producing milk cattle more than nine months and
all male animals aged less than nine months in use or planned
for breeding,

Third in the case of dairy farms, which constitute at least 30%
cows in milk, a serological test for antibodies against BHV1
out with negative results at least

03.01 three milk samples collected from milk from cows no more than 50 -
according to the specifications of the test - with an interval of at least three months and

03.02 one individual sample of blood taken from all female cattle
not producing milk than nine months old, and from all male bovine
age of nine months, used or intended for breeding,

Fourth all bovine animals in the holding originate either from holdings
situated in Member States or regions listed in section III
. Annex no. 6 to this Decree or from a farm affordable
BHV1.

(2) Status cattle holdings free of BHV1 is retained where

A) the conditions in paragraph 1

B) the economy during a period of twelve months
used at least one of these control modes:

First serological tests for antibodies against BHV1 is done with
negative result on at least one individual
blood sample taken from all cattle aged over 24 months,

Second serological tests for antibodies against BHV1 is done with
negative results for at least

02.01 one individual sample of milk taken from all cows in lactation
either on individual milk samples, or mixed
milk samples taken by a maximum of five animals and

02.02 one individual sample of blood taken from all cows that are lactating
and heifers older than 24 months and older from all bulls
24 months

Third in the case of dairy farms, which constitute at least 30%
cattle cows, a serological test for antibodies against BHV1
out with negative results at least

03.01 two samples of milk taken from the milk of a maximum of 50 cows in lactation
- the specification of the test - in the interval of three to twelve months
and

03.02 one individual sample of blood taken from all cows that are lactating
and heifers older than 24 months and older from all bulls
24 months.

(3) Status cattle holdings free of BHV1
be suspended where during the investigations described in paragraph 2. b) points 1 to
third had some animal in a test for antibodies against BHV1
positive result.

(4) Status BHV1-free economy, which had been suspended in accordance with paragraph 3
can be restored only after
serological tests for antibodies against BHV1, which started earlier than 30 days after removal of serologically
positive animals while
examination is carried out with negative result on at least

) Two samples of milk taken with an interval of at least two months
all cows in lactation, either on individual milk samples, or on mixed
milk samples taken from not more than five animals and

B) two blood samples taken with an interval of at least three months
all cows that are lactating and heifers and bulls from all.

(5) serological tests for the detection of antibodies against BHV1
listed in this Annex apply the principles set out in Annex no. 6, Part I para. 1
point. c) hereto, which relate to the vaccination status of test animal
.


(6) The range of mixed milk samples to which this Annex refers
may be adjusted based on documented evidence that the test is under all circumstances
everyday laboratory work sensitive enough to || | and found only a weak positive reaction in the composite sample treated
range. ".

45th Appendix. 10 is deleted.

46th in the Annex. 11 paragraph 2 of the word "scrapie" is deleted.

47th in the Annex. 12 paragraph. 1 point. d), point 2, the words "determining consignment or
'is replaced by' destination, the transport from or to."

48th in the Annex. 12 paragraph. 1 point. e) after the word "agreement" shall be inserted
"s."

49th in the Annex. 12 paragraph. 1 point. g) section 1 reads:

"first will meet with mutatis mutandis (mutatis mutandis)
requirements specified in § 17 paragraph. 5 and 6 of the Act."
| || 50th in the Annex. 12 paragraph. 2 introductory part of
word "enforced" is replaced by "retained".

51st in the Annex. 13 point.), the words "appropriate Authority "shall be
words" Institute for State control of veterinary Biologicals and medicines. "

52nd Annex no. 14 is deleted.

53rd In Annex no. 16 in a row Bluetongue words "
no case of disease and no vaccination in the last 12 months with appropriate
Culicoides population control" is replaced by "no case of disease and no vaccination
in last 24 months with the appropriate damping
Culicoides populations "and the words" all species other than Suidae
(hogs, pigs) "is replaced by" any species other than the genus Bos,
Bison, Bubalus, Ovis and Capra and Suidae ".

Art. II
Efficiency


This Decree shall take effect on December 1, 2012.
Minister
:

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