Ordinance On Veterinary Checks On Imports Of Breeding Material And Animal-Food Products Etc.

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om veterinærkontrol ved indførsel af avlsmateriale og animalske nonfood produkter m.v.

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Scope and definitions

Chapter 2 Registration of importers

Chapter 3 Trade

Chapter 4 Import from third countries

Chapter 5 Import for free circulation of compliant products originating in third countries

Chapter 6 the Transit and storage of non-conforming products originating in third countries

Chapter 7 transport of products from a third country to a third country in means of transport between lands in or visiting Denmark

Chapter 8 Return

Chapter 9 Private imports

Chapter 10 samples

Chapter 11 Veterinary appointment of customs warehouses, etc.

Chapter 12 Sealing

Chapter 13 derogations

Chapter 14 criminal and commencement provisions

Annex 1

Annex 2

Annex 3

Annex 4

Annex 5

Annex 6

Annex 7

Annex 8 the full text notice on veterinary checks on imports of non-food products and animal breeding material, etc. 1)

Pursuant to § 37, section 53 (2) and (3), § 67 and section 70, paragraphs 3 and 4 of law No. 432 of 9. June 2004 on the keeping of animals, as amended by Act No. 105 of 20. February 2006 shall be fixed:

Chapter 1

Scope and definitions

§ 1. The Ordinance covers any kind of imports into Denmark of breeding material, animal-food products as well as hay and straw.

§ 2. By veterinary checks shall mean:





1) For products, which are received in the course of trade, food of the region





a) non-discriminatory random checks at the place of destination,

b) control including control during transport, suspicion or

c) stricter control.





2) For products returned from partner countries, food the region's control of the company's receiving control of the basic regulation. § 34.

3) in the case of products imported from third countries, the border veterinarian





a) control of the party is accompanied by the required documents, the information contained in the documents correspond to the information contained in the prior notification, as well as to the information in the documents is adequate (document control),

b) control of conformity between the party and the accompanying documents (identity checks), and

c) control of the products are suitable for the intended purpose and comply with the provisions in force (physical checks), including simple investigations at the border inspection post and, where appropriate, taking samples for analysis in the laboratories of the veterinary and Food Administration.





4) For non-conforming products from third countries, which must be stored or transported siteres for export to third countries, the documentary and identity checks as well as any physical checks referred to in point 1. 3.

5) For products returned from third countries, the identity and physical checks, as referred to in point 1. 3 (b) and (c), as well as the documentary checks referred to in §§ 30-33.





(2). On importation means:





1) reception of products from a trading country

2) imports from third countries of products for free circulation,

3) introduction of non-conforming products from third countries of transit or warehousing,

4) import pursuant to Chapter 8-10 of products which are not released for free circulation, and

5) berthing or stopover in accordance with Chapter 7 of the products which are not released for free circulation.





(3). By breeding material shall mean semen, ova and embryos.

(4). By animal-food products means products of animal origin, or products containing products of animal origin not intended for human consumption.

(5). By products shall mean breeding material, animal-food products as well as hay and straw.

(6). In the course of trade means reception in Denmark of products which,





1) produced in another EU country, or

2) originating in third countries, and which, after the veterinary control is released and resold from the beneficiary undertaking to another trading country.





(7). By a trading country means a country of the European Union, Norway, Switzerland and Andorra, as well as for products based on fish and fishery products in addition, Faroe Islands and Iceland. These countries collectively termed the trade area. The following areas are not, however, included in the trade area:





1) Faroe Islands (products based on fish and fishery products is, however, trade) and Greenland in the Kingdom of Denmark,

2) Iceland (products based on fish and fishery products is, however, trade),

3) Ceuta and Melilla in the Kingdom of Spain and

4) overseas territories and departments of the Republic of France.





(8). By third countries be understood outside the trading area, see. (7).

(9). At the border veterinarian means a food the region employed by official veterinarian at a border inspection post.

Paragraph 10. For the purposes of transit by land transport from a border inspection post directly and without reloading through the trade area to another border inspection post of non conforming products originating in a third country and intended for export to a third country.

Paragraph 11. By non-conformist storage means temporary location in veterinary designated warehouse in a free zone or a customs warehouse of non conforming products, see. paragraph 19, originating in a third country and intended for export to a third country.

Paragraph 12. By prescribed document means a health certificate, commercial document (s) or veterinary document, URf.eks. a veterinary supplementary attestation or any other document required under Community law or national law.

Paragraph 13. By the CVED shall mean a common veterinary entry document for imports, which shall be issued by the border control when veterinary checks are carried out.

Paragraph 14. For products imported from third countries for the purposes of a party shall mean a quantity of products of the same type, covered by the same prescribed document, originating from the same sender, transported by the same means of transport, are presented at the same time for veterinary checks and are destined to the same consignee.

Paragraph 15. Destruction means disposal by incineration at an approved facility.

Paragraph 16. By importer means a person or company resident in Denmark, causing the import or trade reception of the products, and which has been registered by the veterinary and Food Administration, see. § 3.

Paragraph 17. By the responsible party for the purposes of the importer or any person or entity resident in Denmark who, empowered by the importer, which give rise to the import of a specific party.

Paragraph 18. By conformist products means products that comply with applicable legislation for import for free circulation in the EUROPEAN UNION.

Paragraph 19. By non-conformist products means products originating in the third country, and which do not comply with current legislation.

Paragraph 20. By the recipient company shall mean a company which is physically receive the products in the course of trade or by return or make a breakdown of a batch of products, which is received in the course of trade.

Paragraph 21. By channeled import means import, where parts of a batch of veterinary checks may be carried out on the recipient's premises, or where the party must be sent from the border inspection post to the recipient's premises in sealed means of transport.

Chapter 2

Registration of importers

§ 3. Importers must be registered with the food agency before imports of products may commence.

(2). The registration referred to in paragraph 1 shall include product category and country of origin.

(3). Application for registration must be sent to the food the region so that the application is food region not later than five working days (Monday – Friday) before the first importation of registered product categories must commence.

(4). Importers must maintain records of introduced by batch, with the name of





1) date of importation,

2) number of lots,

3) product category,

4) sender,

5) provenance,

6) receives and

7) destination.





(5). Importers shall keep the records referred to in paragraph 4 for at least five years and must on request the records for food region.

Chapter 3

Trade

§ 4. Products, as referred to in annex 1, and received in the course of trade, shall be accompanied by the prescribed documents.

(2). Products for which the production and marketing rules have not been harmonised in the EUROPEAN UNION, may only after prior permission is received from the Food Agency. Application must be forwarded via the food region, in the territory of which the importer is located.

§ 5. Receive business operators shall, on request, inform the food region of receipt or expected receipt of batches of products after food the region's specifications.

§ 6. The importer must, for each lot, which is received on the recipient undertaking which self-monitoring inspection by that party and the accompanying prescribed documents comply with applicable legislation, as well as inspect the lot.

(2). The importer must immediately report any irregularities in the party for the food region, where operator is located.

(3). The importer must keep the products covered by paragraph 2 back, until the food the region has taken a decision in the case.


§ 7. The importer shall retain prescribed documents, which have accompanied the party for at least five years from the date of receipt of a party. The documents shall be produced whenever food region.

(2). For breeding material, the importer shall, however, retain the prescribed documents for at least two years after the last dose of breeding material has ceased to be covered by the approved storage place.

§ 8. Food region shall carry out non-discriminatory spot checks of the received consignments of products.

(2). Suspected that the current legislation has not been complied with, the food the region make suspicion control, including control during transport and control of the means of transport.

(3). If in accordance with paragraph 1 or 2 shall control is found repeated irregularities in batches from the same processing plant make food the region tighter control of subsequent batches from this processing plant.

(4). Parties subjected to suspicion or tighter control, seized control of food region.

§ 9. If it is found that a consignment of products do not comply with the provisions in force, seizes food region party, including any parts of the lot in downstream, and decides that the party does not need to be translated.

(2). If deficiencies are found under section 6, the food the region failing to seize the party.

(3). Food the region requiring the importer to





1) party returned within a prescribed time frame,

2) the party must be destroyed within a prescribed time frame.





(4). Food region lays down the procedures for the return and destruction, including the documentation submitted by the importer to submit.

(5). Return is conditional on the food the region approves an authorization to return the party to which the importer has obtained from the competent authority of the country where trade processing plant is located. Authorisation from the competent authority of the country of trade shall contain a specific description of the of the importer reported rejection reason.

(6). If return is not possible, or if food region's deadline for return is exceeded, or if the importer gives his immediate consent, the lot must be destroyed.

(7). Destruction, as referred to in paragraph 3, no. 2, and (6) shall be done under the supervision of food region.

§ 10. Food the region seize the party and shall decide on the destruction within a prescribed time frame, including any parts of the lot in downstream, where it is found that:





1) who in the party seems to substances, which can cause one of the diseases referred to in the notice on the lists of infectious diseases to the law on the keeping of animals, or a zoonosis or any other conditions which may pose a serious risk to human or animal health, or

2) party comes from an area where there is a suspicion or an outbreak of serious infectious diseases in humans or animals.





(2). Food the region may decide that paragraph 1, nr. 2, does not apply to products, which are heat treated in hermetically sealed container to an F0 value of 3.00 (preserved).

(3). Food region lays down the procedures for the destruction, including the documentation submitted by the importer to submit.

(4). Destruction, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be carried out under the supervision of food region.

Chapter 4

Imports from third countries

§ 11. Products arriving from third countries, should be introduced into Denmark in places where there is created a border inspection post without prejudice. Annex 2.

(2). Products that arrive at a border inspection post, must be subjected to veterinary checks at this border inspection post, before the products can be introduced into the EU without prejudice. However, section 22.

§ 12. Products may not be imported or reimported from third countries to Denmark, unless they have been subjected to veterinary control at a border inspection post by trade area's external border.

(2). Products covered by paragraph 1, which have not been subjected to the veterinary checks at the EU's external border, seized by food region, as requiring the importer to return or destroy the party, see. § 19. Food region may set conditions for the return or destruction.

(3). Products originating in third countries, which in Denmark are received in the course of trade, subject to the provisions set out in Chapter 3.

§ 13. Products, as referred to in annex 1 which are imported from third countries, shall be accompanied by the prescribed documents.

(2). Products for which the production and marketing rules have not been harmonised in the EUROPEAN UNION, should only be introduced after prior permission of the veterinary and Food Administration. Application must be forwarded via the food region, in the territory of which the importer is located.

(3). Treated birds with their feathers fur shall on importation be accompanied by a health certificate that conforms to the model set out in annex 3.

(4). Dried insect feed shall on importation be accompanied by a health certificate corresponding to the specimen in annex 4.

(5). In paragraphs 3 and 4 products listed may only be imported to a named recipient company (controlled provision) in Denmark. Food region may, however, authorise the referred to in paragraphs 3 and 4 products must be imported to a named recipient company in another trading country on condition that the importer of the food the region presents a written authorisation from the competent authority of the country of destination.

(6). The original of the accompanying documents must be delivered to the border veterinarian, who shall keep the documents at the border inspection post. Border veterinarian shall provide a certified copy of the document to the importer of the batch. The document shall accompany the product, or in cases where the product is divided in sublots each sublot.

(7). Non-compliant products must, however, always be accompanied by the original of the required documents after the veterinary checks carried out.

§ 14. The importer must to the border inspection post at the Customs Office of entry to send a copy of the notification (advance review), which must be done in accordance with article 2 of the basic regulation. Annex III of regulation 139/2004 on the arrival of products for veterinary control.

(2). The notification referred to in paragraph 1 shall be carried out in the English version.

(3). The notification must be properly completed and without corrections.

(4). Limit the veterinarian or the person responsible for the party sends CVED'et to the Customs authorities at the border inspection post after finishing veterinary control, see. Article 3 (3) of Regulation No 136/2004. For consignments under customs control must CVED'et is applied to the reference to the Customs document.

(5). The importer must also be in writing to the competent authority by the recipient undertaking review, the introduction of products from third countries. The notification must be sent in such a way that it is the competent authority not later than one working day (Monday – Friday) prior to importation. The notification shall include the





1) product type,

2) number of lots,

3) shipping address,

4) of destination address,

5) estimated time of arrival and

6) possibly. name and address of the place of destination the on-site veterinarian.





§ 15. Brokers, airlines, shipping companies, courier companies linieagenter m.v. must submit the cargo contents (cargomanifest) to the border inspection post of any aircraft or ship that lands in or visiting Denmark. This is true regardless of whether the cargo or any part thereof shall remain on board, trans-shipped, stored, imported or siteres. The message, which must be designed in such a way that the plane's respectively, the ship's identity and product categories is clear, the border inspection post must be received before the aircraft or the ship's estimated time of arrival.

(2). Products in the cargo referred to in paragraph 1 shall be subject to prior notification, see. section 14, unless they remain aboard.

§ 16. Ports and airports, where there are established border inspection post shall forward lists of ships or aircraft estimated time of arrival at the border inspection post. The lists shall contain the names of vessels or aircraft, route numbers and information on what port or airport they arrive from.

§ 17. Products at the border inspection post shall be subject to veterinary checks referred to in article 6. the control frequencies set out in annex 5 or in accordance with the arrangements made by the veterinary and Food Administration.

(2). By channelled the import lot must be subjected to document checks at the border inspection post, while the identity check and the physical control of the party can be made either at the border inspection post or by food region immediately the party has arrived to the approved recipient company.

(3). When the identity check and the physical checks shall be carried out on the receiver unit is to be food region as soon as possible and within 15 days notify the result of the checks referred to in paragraph 2 to the border veterinarian, who shall decide on the party.

(4). Products covered by paragraph 2 to be on the recipient's premises shall be subjected to the processing provided for in the relevant Community provisions.

(5). Parties that are introduced as channelled imports, should be forwarded from the border inspection post to the approved recipient undertaking in a means of transport or a container, which is waterproof, identified and sealed so that the seal is broken, as soon as the means of transport opens. The products must not be split or handled shall be unloaded, after the border veterinarian has sealed transport.


§ 18. Suspected that the current legislation has not been complied with, the border veterinarian is to carry out checks, including verification of suspected means of transport.

(2). If the border veterinarian has sampled on the basis of suspicion, it comes under the bracket at the border inspection post or, if this is not possible, on a border veterinarian designated store, which is located in the same control unit by the border inspection post.

(3). By channeled import food region can make the suspect checks referred to in paragraph 1 and in paragraph 2 referred to the seizure.

(4). If veterinary checks is a health risk or serious or repeated error, can cross veterinarian is to carry out tighter controls of subsequent lots with the same origin. Border veterinarian puts such parties under the bracket at the border inspection post or, if this is not possible, on a border veterinarian designated store, which is located in the same control unit by the border inspection post. To cover inspection costs associated with tighter controls will be charged a deposit.

§ 19. If products in a party does not comply with the provisions in force or non-veterinary control, seizing grænsedyrlægenpartiet. Cross the vet decides that the party cannot be imported.

(2). Border veterinarian give the importer an injunction that





1) party returned within a period of not more than 60 days, or

2) the party must be destroyed within a prescribed time frame.





(3). If it referred to in paragraph 1, the party has left the border inspection post, or in the case of channeled import, seizing the food region, in whose territory the party finds itself, the party and decides that the party does not need to be translated. Food region provides injunctive relief as referred to in paragraph 2.

(4). Border veterinarian respectively food region lays down the procedures for the return and destruction, including the documentation submitted by the importer to submit.

(5). Return is conditional on the border veterinarian respectively food region approves an authorization to return the party to which the importer has obtained from the competent authority of the third country to which the party wanted returned. Authorisation from the competent authority of the third country shall contain a specific description of the of the importer reported rejection reason.

(6). The return referred to in paragraph 2 must be done from the border inspection post where the consignment was presented for veterinary checks and with the same type of transport. The return referred to in paragraph 3 must be done from the nearest border inspection post approved for the control of the concerned category products.

(7). If return is not possible, or if the border veterinarian respectively food region required time limit is exceeded, or if the importer gives his immediate consent, the lot must be destroyed.

(8). Destruction, as referred to in paragraph 2, no. 2, and paragraph 7 must be done under the supervision of the border veterinarian food region, respectively.

§ 20. If a consignment of products is likely to constitute a danger to human or animal health, seized by the border veterinarian party and shall decide on the destruction within a prescribed time frame.

(2). If it referred to in paragraph 1, the party has left the border inspection post, or in the case of channeled import, seizing the food region, in whose territory the party finds itself, the party and shall decide on the destruction within a prescribed time frame, including any parts of the lot in downstream.

(3). Border veterinarian respectively food region lays down the procedures for the destruction, including the documentation submitted by the importer to submit.

(4). Destruction, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be carried out under the supervision of the border veterinarian food region, respectively.

(5). Costs in connection with the seizure, withdrawal and destruction of the lot, shall be the responsibility of the importer.

(6). If the parties have found a content of residues of certain substances whose use is prohibited or not authorised, of MRPL, see. decision 2002/657 with subsequent amendments, shall limit the veterinarian respectively food region regardless of (1) or (2) decide that the party can be returned or destroyed under section 19.

§ 21. A batch of products must first be imported or reimported from third countries, tran siteres, entering or leaving a warehouse as covered by section 37, when the importer has paid the costs in connection with veterinary checks in accordance with the applicable tariffs or has made the necessary security for the payment of these.

Chapter 5

Import for free circulation of compliant products originating in third countries

§ 22. For the products covered by this chapter, as by plane or ship arrives at an airport or port at which created a border inspection post, the veterinary check could await the arrival at the final border inspection post, on condition that:





1) there is a border inspection post of destination port of destination, respectively, who are authorized to verify that product categories,

2) consignment transported by air respectively by sea directly to the place of destination, and

3) party are transported without reloading.





(2). The party, however, can be transshipped directly from one aircraft to another or directly from one vessel to another vessel within the same airport or port range, if the importer shall inform the border veterinarian of this fact prior to the operation.

(3). Border veterinarian can, if there can be danger to public or animal health, carry out documentary checks of parties that trans-shipped either directly or after being unloaded in no more than 12 hours for seven days for shipping freight air freight, respectively.

(4). Border veterinarian shall carry out documentary checks of parties, as in the case of trans-shipment is unloaded for a longer period of time than indicated in paragraph 3. If there can be danger to public or animal health, the border veterinarian is to carry out identity and physical checks of these parties.

(5). Border veterinarian must complete the veterinary control of parties, as in the case of trans-shipment has been unloaded in over 48 hours for air freight, respectively, 20 days for shipping freight.

(6). The responsible party must inform the border inspection post, when to be carried out in accordance with paragraphs 3, 4 or 5 of the basic regulation. § 14.

Chapter 6

Transit and storage of non-conforming products originating in third countries

§ 23. Non-compliant products may not be imported for free circulation in Denmark.

§ 24. Non-compliant products may transport siteres to another third country or to the same third country if:





1) Products originating in and shipped from a third country or part of a third country, which has been approved by the EU in animal health goal,

2) products on arrival in the EU is accompanied by it at any time by the EUROPEAN UNION provided for the certificate to be used for transit and storage.

3) prior permission has been obtained from the border veterinarian at the border inspection post where the products are presented for veterinary inspection.





(2). A permission, see. (1) is subject to the condition that the person responsible for the transit in writing to the border veterinarian declares that the products leave trade area within 30 days, as well as to the products in the event of rejection is not returned to circulation in the trade area but searches returned to a third country. If return to a third country is not made within 60 days, the products shall be destroyed.

(3). Products covered by paragraph 1 shall, notwithstanding section 17, alone, be subjected to documentary and identity checks at the border inspection post. If there can be danger to public or animal health, or if there is a suspicion of irregularities, the border veterinarian in addition submit products for physical checks.

(4). Transit must be carried in a means of transport, without intermediate reloading, or a container, which is waterproof, identified and sealed so that the seal is broken, as soon as the means of transport opens. The products must not be split or handled shall be unloaded, after the border veterinarian has sealed transport.

(5). Products covered by paragraph 1 may only be placed out of the trading range in places where there is created a border inspection post, which is authorized to verify that product categories, where they must be subjected to documentary and identity checks before export.

(6). Notwithstanding paragraph 5 can the products after prior denaturation transferred directly to destruction after the prior consent of the border veterinarian at the border inspection post of entry. Destruction must take place under the supervision of food region.

(7). Costs in connection with the seizure, withdrawal and destruction of batches covered by paragraph 6 shall be the responsibility of the importer.

(8). Non conforming products, which arrive at a border inspection post of exit for export to a third country, must be accompanied by CVED'et issued at the border inspection post of entry, as well as the original of the specified document.

(9). The person responsible for transit must, prior to arrival, must inform the border inspection post where the products he wishes to complete, about the arrival of products to control.

§ 25. Non conforming products must be stored in a warehouse in a free zone or a customs warehouse with a view to subsequent export from restløs trading area if:






1) Products originating in and shipped from a third country or part of a third country, which has been approved by the EU in animal health goal,

2) products on arrival in the EU is accompanied by it at any time by the EUROPEAN UNION provided for the certificate to be used for transit and storage.

3) prior permission has been obtained for storage transport respectively from the border veterinarian at the border inspection post where the products are presented for veterinary inspection. Permission for storage are subject to the condition that the person responsible for the party opposite the border veterinarian furnishes proof that the food region, in whose territory the destination store is located, is not opposed to the category concerned products are stored.





(2). For the products covered by paragraph 1, which are due to arrive for storage in Denmark from another trading country, obtained the authorization referred to in paragraph 1 from the border veterinarian of the border inspection post referred to in article 6. Annex 2, which is located closest to the warehouse, where the products are to be stored.

(3). Products covered by paragraph 1 shall, notwithstanding section 17, alone, be subjected to documentary and identity checks at the border inspection post where the products are presented for veterinary inspection. If there can be danger to public or animal health shall limit the veterinarian also submit products for physical checks.

(4). For non-compliant products to be transported to or from a warehouse, the following conditions apply in addition to the established in the given permission:





1) transportation of the products to be transported in a means of transport, without intermediate reloading, or a container, which is waterproof, identified and sealed so that the seal is broken, as soon as the means of transport or container is opened.

2) Products must be accompanied by the original of the required documents or an authenticated copy thereof delivered for each part.

3) Products may be introduced into a warehouse where food region has undergone products document and identity checks. If there can be danger to public or animal health shall also submit the products food region physical control.

4) products must be placed in the reserved rooms or lockable section, see. section 38 (2) and (3).

5) the products shall not be subject to any other handling, than what is necessary for storage and for the Division of the party itself in less sublots without removal of packaging.





(5). The person responsible for the warehouse in a free zone or a customs warehouse shall ensure that each unit of stored products covered by paragraph 1 shall be clearly and legibly marked with the entry number of the CVED accompanying the consignment to the repository, so the identification of every unit in the party is possible.

(6). If a consignment of products covered by paragraph 1 during storage can be divided into two or more parties, the owner of the lot before removal fill in a prior notification, see. section 14, for each of the new parties for the purpose of issuing daughter-CVED'er. If the party to be kept out of the trade area, the owner of the Party shall indicate on the ex-ante notification, from which food leaves the EU border inspection post.

section 26. Non conforming products, which are stored in a warehouse in a free zone or a customs warehouse may be removed for export to a third country.

(2). Removal of non-compliant products from a warehouse in a free zone or a customs warehouse with a view to exports from the trade area must be made only after prior permission from food region at the store. This authorisation is subject to the condition that the owner of the lot in writing to the food the region declare that the products leave trade area within 30 days, as well as to the products in the event of rejection is not returned to circulation in the trade area but searches returned to a third country. If return to a third country is not made within 60 days, the products shall be destroyed. Non-compliant products may only be placed out of the trading range in places where there is created a border inspection post, which is authorized to verify that product categories, where they must be subjected to documentary and identity checks before export.

(3). The responsible party must inform the border inspection post where the products he wishes to complete, about the arrival of products to control, see. § 14.

(4). Non-compliant products may be removed from a warehouse in a free zone or a customs warehouse if food region has undergone products document and identity checks. If there can be danger to public or animal health, or if there is a suspicion of irregularities, must also submit products food region physical control.

(5). Removal according to paragraphs 1, 2 and 4 shall be carried in a means of transport, without intermediate reloading, or a container, which is waterproof, identified and sealed so that the seal is broken, as soon as the means of transport or container is opened. The party must be accompanied by the original of the required documents or delivered for each part of an authenticated copy thereof.

(6). Notwithstanding paragraph 1, the removal by prior denaturation happen for destruction. Destruction must take place under the supervision of Food region.

§ 27. Non conforming products shall at all times be accompanied by a CVED. CVED'et must refer to the Customs document.

section 28. Means of transport and containers, which have been used for the transport or storage of the products referred to in this chapter, shall be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected before they can be used again for the transport or storage of the breeding material, animal-food products, hay or straw.

Chapter 7

The transport of products from a third country to a third country in means of transport between lands in or visiting Denmark

section 29. Transport of products transported from third countries to third countries may only between countries in or enter Denmark, if:





1) There is created a border inspection post, which is authorized to verify the products concerned.

2) Products originating in and shipped from a third country or part of a third country, which has been approved by the EU in animal health goal.

3) Products on arrival in the EU is accompanied by it at any time by the EUROPEAN UNION provided for the certificate to be used for transit and storage.

4) prior permission has been obtained from the border veterinarian at the border inspection post where the means of transport between lands in or visiting Denmark.





(2). An authorization referred to in article 6. (1) is subject to the condition that the person responsible for the transport of the party in writing to the border veterinarian declares that the products leave trade area within 30 days, as well as to the products in the event of rejection is not returned to circulation in the trade area, but searches returned to the third country. If return to a third country is not made within 60 days, the products shall be destroyed.

(3). If the lot is transferred directly from one aircraft to another or directly from one vessel to another vessel within the same airport or port area shall be the person responsible for the transport shall inform the border veterinarian of this fact prior to the operation.

(4). Border veterinarian can, if there can be danger to public or animal health, carry out documentary checks of parties that trans-shipped either directly or after being unloaded in no more than 12 hours for 7 days respectively for air freight shipping freight.

(5). Border veterinarian shall carry out documentary checks of parties, as in the case of trans-shipment is unloaded for a longer period of time than indicated in paragraph 4. If there can be danger to public or animal health, the border veterinarian is to carry out identity and physical checks of these parties.

(6). Border veterinarian must complete the veterinary control of parties, as in the case of trans-shipment has been unloaded in over 48 hours for air freight, respectively, 20 days for shipping freight.

(7). The responsible party must inform the border inspection post, when to be carried out in accordance with paragraphs 4, 5 or 6 of the basic regulation. § 14.

Chapter 8

Return

section 30. Application for permission to lead products for veterinary checks for the purpose of re-entry from third countries must be carried out on a form conforming to the model in annex 6. The responsible party must ensure that all boxes on the form is being filled out before it is forwarded to the border veterinarian at the border inspection post where the products desired reintroduced.

(2). Authorisation in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be granted on the basis of





1) an assessment of the animal health situation in the countries where the products have been transported or stored,

2) the original of the export certificate that accompanied the products were exported, a third country authority authenticated copy thereof or of the issuing food region certified copy thereof,

3) a statement of the third country authority to guarantee that the conditions governing the storage and transportation have been complied with, and in which it is clarified that the rejected products have not been handled,

4) for authority rejected the parties a justification for the refusal, and

5), a certificate from the hjemtransport company, for non-sealed containers, that the content has not been handled or unloaded.





(3). (2). 3 and 4, shall not apply to the repatriation during transport, where the content has not been handled or unloaded.

section 31. Products by the border veterinarian has allowed led to veterinary checks in accordance with section 30 subject to prior notification, see. § 14.


section 32. Border veterinarian determines on the basis of the veterinary checks whether there can be given permission to return.

(2). Authorization is subject to the condition that the person responsible for the party opposite the border veterinarian furnishes proof that the food region where the destination is located does not oppose that the relevant products are stored.

(3). Border veterinarian shall determine the terms and conditions of the authorization including the fact that the products are transported directly to destination without intermediate reloading in a means of transport or in a container, which is waterproof, identified and sealed by the border veterinarian in such a way that the seal is broken, as soon as the means of transport or container is opened.

section 33. § § 30-32 also apply to return to another trade country via Denmark. The article 32, paragraph 2, referred to documentation must, however, be obtained from the competent authority of the country in which the party sought trade restored.

(2). Permission to return to another trade country via Denmark is subject to the condition that the person responsible for the consignment has been ordered, to receive the country's competent authority has notified the border veterinarian in writing consent to reimportation.

(3). Returning from a third country to Denmark via another trade country of a consignment of products must be made only after the prior consent of the food region where receive plant is located.

(4). Application for authorisation in accordance with paragraph 3 shall be carried out on a form conforming to the model in annex 6. The application shall be supplemented by an indication of the border inspection post at which the party sought was introduced. The responsible party must ensure that all boxes on the form be filled in before this communicated.

§ 34. Returning from a trading country to Denmark of a consignment of products must be made only after the prior consent of the food region, in whose territory the undertaking which reintroduces the lot, is located.

(2). Application for permission to restore the products must be on a form conforming to the model in annex 6. The responsible party must ensure that all boxes on the form be filled in before this communicated.

(3). Authorization is subject to the condition that the person responsible for the consignment of food the region presents evidence that the food region, in whose territory the recipient undertaking is located, does not oppose that the relevant products are stored.

(4). Products, such as food the region has allowed the reintroduction to prior notification of the food the region by the receive activity, the products reimported into. Prior notification shall be food region later than one business day (Monday – Friday) before the party's estimated time of arrival and shall indicate the expected arrival date and time. Prior notification shall be attached to the copy of the authorisation granted in accordance with paragraph 1.

(5). The responsible party must ensure that submitted a report made to return control of the products on the recipient undertaking. The report shall be sent to the region, which receive food establishment.

(6). The products referred to in paragraph 1 may not be used or transferred before food the region has given permission to do so.

Chapter 9

Private imports

section 35. Private imports of products from other partner countries or third countries are allowed only when the products are not transferable to others and the following conditions are met:





1) Products have undergone a heat treatment in a hermetically sealed container to an F0 value of 3.00, and

2) total weight of the products does not exceed a kg net.





(2). (1). 1, shall not apply to the following products:





1) hides and skins which have undergone a complete tanning process, and

2) processed feed to own dogs and cats.





(3). Private imports of products from third countries are exempted from the provisions concerning prior notification and veterinary control in §§ 11-14 and 17 if products comply with the conditions laid down in paragraph 1, without prejudice to article. paragraph 2, and shall be entered in their own luggage in connection with entry or in close association with entry or received as packets sent from a third country.

(4). Paragraphs 1 to 3 shall not apply to the partner countries or third countries which have imposed restrictions as a result of suspicion or certainty to exposures to public or animal health.

(5). Providers of international passenger services, as well as airports and ports to be on a visible place for customers, respectively passengers hang the posters, as they will receive food region, and which informs about the contents of this article. Food region may set conditions for the hanging, including the period during which the posters to be hung.

Chapter 10

Product samples

§ 36. Imports of products from partner countries and third countries as a sample for analysis, teaching, research or use for viewing at exhibitions should be made only after the prior consent of the food region, in whose territory the company which receives the item sample is located.

(2). Permission for the importation of commercial samples from third countries is subject to the condition that the person responsible for the party can demonstrate that the products originate in third countries or parts of third countries, which are approved by the EU in animal health goal or originate in Greenland, the Faroe Islands or Iceland. Products which have undergone a heat treatment in a hermetically sealed container to an F0 value of 3.00, may be admitted from all third countries.

(3). Permission for importation from a third country of goods samples originating in a trading country is subject to the condition that the person responsible for the party can demonstrate, on the one hand the origin on the one hand, that the third country is approved by the EU in animal health goal or third country is Greenland, the Faroe Islands or Iceland.

(4). Authorisation in accordance with paragraph 1 may not be granted for products from third countries which have imposed restrictions as a result of suspicion or certainty to exposures to public or animal health.

(5). Authorisation in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be granted on the in no. 1-3, those conditions.





1) Product sample shall be used solely for the given purpose and not be put into circulation or handed over.

2) Packaging and remnants of the trade test, except for the parts that are used in the analysis, must be destroyed or returned, without prejudice. section 20, paragraphs 3-4.

3) Objects, which have been in contact with the product sample, and their surroundings should be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected.





(6). In the case of an application referred to in paragraph 1 relating to the import of products such as sampling, which originate in third countries or parts of third countries which are not approved by the EU in animal health goal, or not originating in the Faroe Islands, Greenland, or Iceland is conditional permission of veterinary and Food Administration assessment of the animal health situation of the third country or part of a third country.

(7). Imports into Denmark in accordance with paragraph 2 and paragraph 6 samples via another trade country may, however, happen after prior authorization by the food region, in whose territory the company which receives the item sample is located. The owner of the trade test, together with the application to food region in writing declare themselves responsible for the in paragraph 5, no. 1-3 listed conditions are complied with.

(8). Paragraphs 1 to 5 shall also apply to samples imported to Denmark via another trade country.

Chapter 11

Veterinary appointment of customs warehouses, etc.

section 37. Companies, which are used as storage in a customs warehouse, free zone or free warehouse shall be designated by the veterinary and Food Administration, before there must be stored non-compliant products. The veterinary designation applies only to the products covered by the Customs authorization.

(2). Request for designation in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be sent to the region on a schema, see Food. the model in annex 7. The request must be accompanied by a copy of the authorization from the Customs and tax authorities.

(3). The request must be accompanied by evidence that there is a room of adequate size at the disposal of the staff responsible for carrying out veterinary checks. The room must be reserved for this staff.

section 38. Owners of the of section 37, paragraph 1, companies must ensure that room, as indicated in section 37, paragraph 3, as a minimum, contain:





1) a telephone,

2) a fax,

3) a computer for the reception and sending of the TRACES messages and

4) other appropriate office facilities.





(2). Warehouses in free zones and customs warehouses designated by the Food Agency for the stocking of non conforming products, must have separate storage rooms are reserved for non-compliant products.

(3). Stocks, which make significant architectural changes, must be appointed and must comply with the conditions laid down in paragraph 2.

(4). Owners of companies, who is appointed pursuant to section 37, paragraph 1 shall keep a daily register of products to or removed from inventory. The register, which must be kept in the warehouse for at least 5 years, shall as a minimum contain the following information:





1) For products supplied to the store:





(a)) date of entry into store products,

(b)) the nature of the products,

(c) the quantity of products in kg/litre),

(d) the country of origin),

e) border inspection post of entry and


f) serial number of the veterinary certificate accompanying the products to the store.





2) For products that are removed from the repository:





(a) the date of removal from store products),

(b)) the nature of the products,

(c) the quantity of products in kg/litre) and

d) serial number of the veterinary certificate or certificate accompanying the products from the victualling warehouse.





3) For products that are removed from the warehouse for export to a third country, also the name of the country of destination and border inspection post of exit.

4) For products which are removed from the warehouse for the purpose of destruction, as well as the name and address of the rendering or incineration facility.





§ 39. Food agency may amend or withdraw the designation of warehouses in free zones and customs warehouses, if the store or the owner of the store does not meet the conditions set out in this chapter.

Chapter 12

Sealing

§ 40. Food of the region, including the border veterinarian, sealing of transport vehicles or batches of products, may be broken only by food region or the competent authority of another trade country.

(2). Paragraph 1 shall also apply to the seals affixed in connection with veterinary checks carried out in the other partner countries, unless the products are released for free circulation.

(3). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to the parties, which, after the veterinary checks carried out by the trade area.

Chapter 13

Exemption provisions

§ 41. Food agency may exempt from the following provisions:





1) section 10, paragraph 1, so that the parties are ordered to be destroyed within a prescribed time frame due to the detection of zoonotic pathogens may be heat-treated in an approved processing plant, thereby reducing pathogens in the product are inactivated.

2) article 20, paragraph 1, so that the parties are ordered to be destroyed within a prescribed time frame due to the detection of zoonotic pathogens may be heat-treated in an approved processing plant, so that pathogenic agents in the product are inactivated.

3) section 36 (4), so that a sample can be admitted for analysis or research, regardless of the item sample is originating in a country or third country with trade restrictions.





(2). Food regions can dispense with the following provisions:





1) § 9, paragraph 3, so that a party that is ordered returned or destroyed within a set time limit, may be heat-treated in an approved processing plant, whereby the products in the party is brought to meet applicable regulations.

2) section 14, paragraph 2, so that the information can be done in English.

3) § 16, so that ports and airports may choose not to submit lists of ships or aircraft estimated time of arrival at the border inspection post, provided that the information is available for border control electronic.

4) section 19, paragraph 2, so that the party ordered returned or destroyed within a set time limit, may be heat-treated in an approved processing plants whereby the products in the party is brought to meet applicable regulations.

5) section 30, paragraph 2, no. 3, so that the Declaration may be replaced by a general statement from the third country authority stating that the warehouse where the party has been stored, approved and supervised by the authority of the third country concerned.





Chapter 14

Criminal and commencement provisions

§ 42. With fine punished anyone who:





1) violates sections 3-7, section 9, paragraph 5-7, section 10, paragraph 4, article 11, article 12, paragraph 1, article 13, article 14, paragraphs 1 to 3 or 5, §§ 15-17, article 19, paragraphs 5 to 8, section 20, paragraph 4, article 21, article 22, paragraph 2 or article 6, § 23, section 24, paragraph 1-6 or 9-10, § 25, § 26, paragraphs 1 to 6, § 27, § 28, article 29, paragraphs 1 to 3 or 7, section 30, paragraph 1, article 31, article 32, paragraph 2, § 33, section 34, section 35, paragraph 1 or 5 , § 36, § 37, section 38 or section 40 (1) or (2), or

2) fails to comply with decisions or orders pursuant to section 6, paragraph 3, article 9, paragraph 1 or 3, article 10, paragraph 1, article 12, paragraph 2, article 19, paragraph 2 or 3, article 20, paragraph 1, 2 or 7, or

3) overrides the terms laid down by virtue of: § 4, paragraph 2, article 6, paragraph 3, article 9, paragraph 1 or paragraph 4, section 10, paragraph 3, article 12, paragraph 2, article 13, paragraph 5, article 19, paragraphs 1, 3, 4 or 5, article 20, paragraphs 1-3, section 24, paragraph 1, no. 3, section 25 (1) (8). 3, section 29 (1) (8). 4, § 32, paragraph 3, article 33, paragraph 3, article 34, paragraph 1, or article 6, § 35, (5) or section 36, paragraph 1, 5 or 7.





(2). The penalty can rise to imprisonment for up to 2 years if the infringement was committed intentionally or with gross negligence, and if the infringement is





1) caused damage to the health or caused danger therefor, or

2) achieved or intentional obtained a financial benefit for the person himself or others, including savings.





(3). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.

section 43. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the law is punishable by a fine anyone who violates the following rules of Commission Regulation (EC) No 136/2004 of 22. January 2004 laying down procedures for the EC border inspection post of the veterinary checks on products from third countries:





1) article 1-5,

2) article 8, or

3) article 10.





§ 44. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the law is punishable by a fine anyone who violates the following rules of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 745/2004 of 16. April 2004 on measures relating to imports of products of animal origin for personal consumption:





1 article 3), or

2 article 4).





§ 45. The notice shall enter into force on 5 March. January 2009.

(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 270 of 6. April 2000 concerning veterinary checks at check-in and export of breeding materials and non-food products of animal origin.
Food Agency, the 19. December 2008, Anders Munk Jensen/Erik Engelst Annex 1

Harmonised products, see. § 4 (1) and section 13 (1)







Breeding material, animal-food products as well as hay and straw included in annex I to Commission decision 2007/275/EC of 17 May 2006. April 2007 concerning lists of animals and products must be subject to controls at border inspection posts under Council Directive 91/496/EEC and 97/78/EC.





Annex 2

List of Danish border inspection posts approved for the control of breeding material, animal-food products as well as hay and straw









Grænsekon trolsted





Nr.





Inspection tionscen ter





Product category





Address, Tel. and fax







Copenhagen Airport





DK 11699





SAS East





NHC (1)





The coastal road 16, 2770 Kastrup

Tel. 32 46 00 99/

72 27 64 50

Fax 32 45 19 91/

72 27 64 51







Copenhagen Harbour





DK 21699



 



NHC-T (FR)

NHC-NT





Glückstadsvej 8, 2100 Copenhagen Ø

Tel. 32 46 00 99/

72 27 64 50

Fax 32 45 19 91/

72 27 64 51







Fredericia Havn





DK 11099



 



NHC (1)

NHC-NT (2)





Center Harbor 23, 7000 Fredericia

Tel. 72 27 55 00

Fax 72 17 55 03







Kolding Port





DK 01899



 



NHC-NT (2)





Søndre havnegade 82,

6000 Kolding

Tel. 72 27 55 00

Fax 72 17 55 03







Billund Airport





DK 01799



 



NHC (1)





Lufthavnsvej, 7190 Billund

Tel. 72 27 55 00

Fax 72 27 56 02







Esbjerg Havn





DK 02399



 



NHC-T (FR) (1)

NHC-NT (2)





Trafikhavnskaj 19, 6700 Esbjerg

Tel. 72 27 55 00

Fax 72 27 56 02







Port Of Aarhus





DK 02199



 



NHC-T (FR)

NHC-NT (1) (2)





Hjortholmsvej 2A,


8000 Aarhus

Phone: + 45 86 13 11 33

Fax 86 13 10 40







Aalborg, Denmark (Greenland)





DK 51699



 



NHC (1)





Langerak,

9220 Aalborg Ø

Tel. 72 27 50 00

Fax 72 27 50 04





 





NHC:





Animal-food products, etc., which transported frozen, chilled or at room temperature.







NHC-T:





Only animal-food products, etc., that are transported under temperature control.







NHC-T (FR):





Only animal-food products, etc., which transported frozen







NHC-NT





Only animal-food products, etc., are transported at ambient temperature (*).







(1):





Only packaged-food products of animal origin, etc.







(2):





Only feedingstuffs of animal origin, in bulk







(*)





Batches of frozen semen and frozen eggs, embryos, animal by-products and blood products shall be transported at ambient temperatures in sealed packages or containers with separate temperature control for technical, including pharmaceutical, use, must be subjected to veterinary checks at border inspection posts listed in the above list and only approved for handling of packaged products, transported at ambient temperature.







Annex 3

Health certificate for treated birds with their feathers, skins imported into Denmark









Note for the importer: this certificate is only for veterinary purposes and has to accompany the consignment until it reaches the border inspection post.

Note to the importer: This certificate is only for veterinary purposes and has two accompany the consignment until it reaches the border inspection post.













Health certificate

for treated birds skins, with their treated feathers sent to Denmark.

Health certificate for treated skins of birds with feathers attached to dispatch two Denmark Reference number (1) ORIGINAL

Reference number (1) ORIGINAL











1. Consignor (name and full address)

Consignor (name and address in full) ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________







2. consignee (name and full address)

Consignee (name and address in full ______________________________________________________________________________________________________





3. origin of the Origin of the skins skins

3.1. Country: Country: __________________________

3.2. Region code:

Code of territory: ___________________







4. Competent Authority

Competent authority

4.1. Responsible Department:

Responsible Ministry: _____________

4.2. Signatory Office:

Certifying department: _____________





5. Skins destination

Destination of the skins

5.1. DANMARKDENMARK

5.2. the name and address of destination: Name and address of the destination: ____________________________________________________________________







6. Place of loading for export:

Place of loading for exportation:

______________________________________________________________________________________________________





7. Means of Transport and consignment identification (2)

Means of transport and consignment identification (2)

7.1. (lorry, wagon, ship, or aircraft) (3)

(Lorry, rail wagon, ship or aircraft) (3)

_________________________________

7.2. Plombens nr. (if such a fin-des):

Number of seal (if applicable): _______________________

7.3. Registration number, ship name or flight number:

Registration number (s), ship name or flight number: _________________________________

7.4. the nature of the packaging:

Nature of packaging: _________________________________

7.5. Number of pieces or packages:

Number of parts or packages: _________________________________





 





8. identification of the skins

Identification of the skins

8.1. Bird skins from: (animal species)

Bird skins of: (animal species) _______________________________________







9. Health attestation

Health attestation I, the undersigned official veterinarian, certify that the above-described bird skins:

I, the under signed official veterinarian, declare that the bird skins described above:

9.1. derived from animals

(a)) did not show clinical signs of any disease communicable to humans or animals, and

(b)) not killed to eradicate any epizootic disease. have been obtained from animals that

(a)) did not show any clinical signs of any disease communicable two humans or animals, and

(b)) were not killed eradicate any epizootic disease two.

9.2. comes from a third country or part of a third country appearing on the list in the annex to Commission decision 94/85/EC, as amended.

Originate in a third country or a part of a third country listed in the annex two Commission Decision 94/85/EC as amended.

9.3. come from animals originating in a country or part of a country which is not in accordance with Community legislation is subject to restrictions because of occurrence of a serious transmissible disease to which the species concerned are susceptible.

come from animals originating in a country or a part of a country not subject, pursuant to two Community legislation, two restrictions as a result of an outbreak of a serious transmissible disease to which the animals of the two species concerned are susceptible.

9.4 either have been dried (3)

either have been dried (3) or have been dry-salted or wet-salted for at least 14 days prior to dispatch (3)

or have been dry-salted or wet-salted for a minimum of 14 days before dispatch (3) or have been dry-salted or wet-salted on (date) _____________________, and the skins according to the carrier's statement will be sent by ship, and the transport will be of such duration that the hides have been salted for at least 14 days before they reach the border inspection post. (3)

or were dry-salted or wet-salted on (date) _______________________ and, according to the declaration of the transporter, will be transported by ship and the duration of the transport will be such that they will have undergone a minimum of 14 days salting before they reach the border inspection post. (3)

9.5. has not been in contact with other animal products or live animals presenting a risk of spreading of serious communicable diseases.

have not been in contact with other animal products or with live animals presenting a risk of spreading a serious transmissible disease.

9.6. immediately after treatment and without being in contact with other products of animal origin, which may involve a risk of contamination, has been packed individually, in individual, transparent and closed packages so as to avoid any subsequent contamination.

have been packed immediately after treatment, without being in contact with other products of animal origin likely two contaminate them, in individual, transparent and closed packages to avoid any subsequent contamination.







Official stamp and signature

Official stamp and signature

Udfærdiget i _______________________________________, den________________

Done at (place) (date) __________________________________________ (signature of the official veterinarian) (4)

(signature of the official veterinarian) (4)

Stamp (4)

Stamp (4) _______________________________________________

(name and position in capital letters)

(name, qualifications and title, in capital letters)





 






Comments

Notes

(1) Assigned by the authorities.

Issued by the competent authority.

(2) For freight wagons entered the registration number. For bulk containers, the container number and plombens number (if one exists).

For vehicles the registration number should be given. For bulk containers, the con-tainer number and the seal number (if applicable) should be included. (3) (3) not applicable.

Delete as appropriate.

(4) the stamp and the signature must be in a colour different from that of the printing.

The signature and the stamp must be in a different colour two that of the printing







Annex 4

Health certificate for dried insect feed introduced in Denmark









Note for the importer: this certificate is only for veterinary purposes and has to accompany the consignment until it reaches the border inspection post.

Note to the importer: This certificate is only for veterinary purposes and has two accompany the consignment until it reaches the border inspection post.













Health certificate

for dried insect feed imported into Denmark.

Health certificate for dried insect feed to dispatch two Denmark Reference number (1) ORIGINAL

Reference number (1) ORIGINAL











1. Consignor (name and full address)

Consignor (name and address in full) ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________







2. consignee (name and full address)

Consignee (name and address in full ______________________________________________________________________________________________________





3. Insect feed origin Origin of the insect feed

3.1. Country: Country: __________________________

3.2. Region code:

Code of territory: ___________________







4. Competent Authority

Competent authority

4.1. Responsible Department:

Responsible Ministry: _____________

4.2. Signatory Office:

Certifying department: _____________





5. Insect feed destination

Destination of the insect feed

5.1. DANMARKDENMARK

5.2. the name and address of destination: Name and address of the destination: ____________________________________________________________________







6. Place of loading for export:

Place of loading for exportation:

______________________________________________________________________________________________________





7. Means of Transport and consignment identification (2)

Means of transport and consignment identification (2)

7.1. (lorry, wagon, ship, or aircraft) (3)

(Lorry, rail wagon, ship or aircraft) (3)

_________________________________

7.2. Plombens nr. (if such a fin-des):

Number of seal (if applicable): _______________________

7.3. Registration number, ship name or flight number:

Registration number (s), ship name or flight number: _________________________________

7.4. the nature of the packaging:

Nature of packaging: _________________________________

7.5. Number of pieces or packages:

Number of parts or packages: _________________________________





 





8. identification of insect diets

Identification of the insect feed

8.1. Insect feed containing products of: (animal species)

Insect feed containing products of: (animal species) _______________________________________







9. Health attestation

Health attestation I, the undersigned official veterinarian, certify that the above-described dried insect feed:

I, the under signed official veterinarian, declare that the insect feed described above:

9.1. is made entirely of the animal by-products referred to in article 6, paragraph 1, point (a))-j) of Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002.

have been processed exclusively from animal by-products referred two in Article 6 (1) (a) to (j) in regulation (EC) No 1774/2002.

9.2. comes from a third country or part of a third country appearing on the list in part 1 of annex II of decision nr. 79/542/EEC, as amended.

originate in a third country or a part of a third country listed in part 1 of annex II of decision 79/542/EEC No. as amended.

9.3. is made entirely of animal by-products derived from animals originating in a country or part of a country which is not in accordance with Community legislation is subject to restrictions because of occurrence of a serious transmissible disease to which the species concerned are susceptible.

have been processed exclusively from animal by-products that come from animals originating in a country or a part of a country not subject, pursuant to two Community legislation, two restrictions as a result of an outbreak of a serious transmissible disease to which the animals of the two species concerned are susceptible.

9.4 has been heat treated to a core temperature of at least 90 ° c, followed by a drying

have been heat treated to a core temperature of to least 90 oC followed by drying.

9.5. has not been in contact with other animal products or live animals presenting a risk of spreading of serious communicable diseases.

have not been in contact with other animal products or with live animals presenting a risk of spreading a serious transmissible disease.

9.6. immediately after treatment and without being in contact with other products of animal origin, which may involve a risk of contamination, has been packed individually, in individual, transparent and closed packages so as to avoid any subsequent contamination.

have been packed immediately after treatment, without being in contact with other products of animal origin likely two contaminate them, in individual, transparent and closed packages to avoid any subsequent contamination.

9.7. have been tagged:» Dried insect feeding – not for human consumption ".

Have been labelled: ' Dried insect feed — NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION '.







Official stamp and signature

Official stamp and signature

Udfærdiget i _______________________________________, den________________

Done at (place) (date) (signature of the official veterinarian) __________________________________________ (3)

(signature of the official veterinarian) (3)

Stamp (3)

Stamp (3) _______________________________________________

(name and position in capital letters)

(name, qualifications and title, in capital letters)





 





Comments

Notes

(1) Assigned by the authorities.

Issued by the competent authority.

(2) For freight wagons entered the registration number. For bulk containers, the container number and plombens number (if one exists).

For vehicles the registration number should be given. For bulk containers, the container number and the seal number (if applicable) should be included. (3) (3) the stamp and the signature must be in a colour different from that of the printing.

The signature and the stamp must be in a different colour two that of the printing







Annex 5

Frequencies for the veterinary checks on imported consignments









In





Document control





100%







(II)





Identity checks





100%







(III)





Physical control





See below







(A)







All third countries except Canada, Chile and New Zealand







Breeding material





100%







Animal-food products





100% (1)







Hay and straw





100%








(B)







Canada







Breeding material





10%







Animal-food products





10% (1)







Hay and straw





10%







(C)







Chile







Breeding material





10%







Animal-food products





10% (1)







Hay and straw





10%







(D)







New Zealand







Breeding material





50%







Animal-food products





100%







Hay and straw





100%





 





(1)





For processed animal protein, however, 100% for six consecutive batches from the same country of origin.

If these six consecutive lots have been found negative, must only be carried out by sampling of 20% of the subsequent parties with regard to the same country of origin. Shows a sample found to be positive, samples of each lot of the imports from the country concerned until six consecutive parties again are negative.







Annex 6

Application form for return of breeding material, animal-food produktersamt hay and straw









I, the undersigned:







Name:

Address:

Post Code: City:





Tel.: Fax:

Autorisationsnr./registreringsnr.:







the applicant hereby for permission to fly below specified breeding material/animal-food products/hay and straw (1) to be returned to Denmark, to veterinary checks (the return from third country) or to receive company (return from trading land):





 





Returned products from third countries must be carried out at the border inspection post in:





 





Party specification:







The nature of the product:

Number of packages:

The party's weight

The physical condition upon return: (temperature, packaging, sealing)





 





The item's origin and destination:







Country of origin:

Bounce country/Item is taken during transport to home (1):

Export certificate number:

The item returned in container no (s). (2):

The container is equipped with seal no. (2):

Expected arrival date and time (2):

The item should be allocated to the following activities:

Reasons to return:





 





Where is the party rejected:





 



 





Company stamp Date





Signature





 



Name in block letters





 





(1)





Not applicable FRY.







(2)





Be completed as far as possible.







Annex 7

Schema for veterinary designation of undertakings as a warehouse in a free zone or a customs warehouse









The undersigned hereby requests that the following inventory:







Name:







Address:







EVS. authorization or registering.







Post code.:





City:







Tel. nr.





Fax nr.





 

 





appointed by the Food Agency which:





 

 

 



 









Storage in a free zone



 



 









Customs warehouse



 



 

 

 

 





for storage in accordance with section 37 of the Ordinance on veterinary checks on imports of breeding material and animal-food products, etc., by:





 

 

 



 









Non-compatible breeding material











Frozen





 









Non-conformist non-food products of animal origin











Chilled





 









Non-compatible hay and straw











Ambient temperature





 



 

 

 

 

 



 



Date



 



Signature



 



 

 

 

 

 





Shall be sent to the region in whose territory the food store is located





 





Reserved for food region







It is hereby confirmed that the above inventory is approved for the storage of non-compatible breeding material/animal-food products/hay and straw (1). Layer meets the line with interior design requirements in § 38, paragraphs 1 to 3, of the Ordinance on veterinary controls on the importation of animal by-products.





 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 



 



Date



 



Signature



 



 

 

 

 

 





Transmitted to the Food Administration 3. Office.





 





(1)





It is not applicable.







Annex 8

Correlation table to bekendtgoerelse nr. 270 of 6. April 2000









Executive Order No. 270 of 6. April 2000





This notice





 

 





§ 1





(1)





§ 1





 



(2). 1 and 2





§ 35





 



(2). 3





Annex 1





 



(3)





§ 35





 



(4)





-







§ 2





§ 2







§ 3





§ 3







§ 4





§ 4







§ 5





§ 5







§ 6





§ 8 (1)







§ 7






§ 8, paragraph 2







§ 8





(1)





section 6 (1)





 



(2)





§ 6 (2) and (3)







§ 9





(1)





§ 7 (1)





 



(2)





section 7, paragraph 2







§ 10





-







§ 11





-







§ 12





(1)





§ 11 (1)





 



(2)





Article 12, paragraph 3





 



(3)





section 12 (2)







section 13





§ 14 and Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 136/2004







§ 14





(1)





§ 14 (5)





 



(2)





-





 



(3)





section 13 (2)







§ 15





(1)





section 13 (2)





 



(2)





-





 



(3)





-





 



(4)





section 13, paragraph 7





 



(5)





Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 136/2004





 



(6)





Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 136/2004







§ 16





section 37 (1)







§ 17





(1). 1





section 37, paragraph 3





 



(1). 2-4





§ 38





 



(2)





section 38 (4)







§ 18





(1)





-





 



(2)





Article 25, paragraph 3, and article 26, paragraph 4







§ 19





(1)





§ 22 (1)





 



(2)





section 22 (2)





 



(3)





section 22 (3)





 



(4)





section 22 (4)





 



(5)





section 22 (5)







§ 20





(1)





Article 24, paragraph 1-2





 



(2)





section 29





 



(3)





section 24 (2)





 



(4)





section 24 (2)





 



(5)





Article 24, paragraph 3





 



(6)





Article 24, paragraph 5







§ 21





(1)





section 24 (1). 1





 



(2)





section 24 (2)





 



(3)





Article 24, paragraph 3





 



(4)





Article 24, paragraph 4





 



(5)





Article 24, paragraph 4







§ 22





(1). 1





section 25 (1) + CVED





 



(1). 2





section 25 (1) (8). 3





 



(2)





section 25 (1) (8). (2) and (3)





 



(3)





-(criminal law)





 



(4)





section 25 (1) (8). 1





 



(5)





section 25 (1) (8). 3 + CVED





 



(6)





section 26, paragraphs 1-2





 



(7)





section 26, paragraphs 2 and 6





 



(8)





Article 25, paragraph 4, nr. 3





 



(9)





section 26 (2)





 



paragraph 10, nr. 1





Article 25, paragraph 4, nr. 4





 



paragraph 10, nr. 2





Article 25, paragraph 4, nr. 5





 



paragraph 10, nr. 3 (a)





section 25 (1) (8). 3





 



paragraph 10, nr. 3 (b)





Article 25, paragraph 4, nr. 1





 



paragraph 10, nr. 3 (c)





Article 25, paragraph 4, nr. 2





 



(11)





section 25 (4)







§ 23





(1)





section 36 (1) and (2) and (4)





 



(2)





section 36 (4)





 



(3)





section 36, paragraph 4, nr. 3







§ 24





section 28







§ 25





(1)





section 15 (1)





 



(2)





section 15 (2)







section 26





-







§ 27





section 18 (1)







section 28





-(second law)







section 29





-(second law)







section 30





§ 21







section 31





(1)






§§ 30-33





 



(2)





section 32 (1)





 



(3)





section 30 (2)





 



(4)





section 33 (1)





 



(5)





section 32 (3)





 



(6)





section 32 (3)





 



(7)





section 32 (3)





 



(8)





section 34 (1)







§ 32





-







section 33





(1)





section 12 (2)





 



(2)





section 19 (1) and (2)





 



(3)





-(circular fabric)





 



(4)





section 19 (1)





 



(5)





-







§ 34





(1)





section 18 (1)





 



(2)





section 18 (2)





 



(3)





section 18 (3)







§ 35





(1)





section 20 (1)





 



(2)





-







section 36





(1)





section 19 (1)





 



(2)





section 19 (1)





 



(3)





-





 



(4)





-





 



(5)





section 19, paragraph 7







§ 37





(1)





section 18 (3)





 



(2)





section 19 (1)





 



(3)





section 19 (1)







§ 38





(1)





section 40 (1)





 



(2)





section 40 (2)







§ 39





§ 39







§ 40





§ 42







§ 41





section 45







§ 42





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Official notes 1) Ordinance contains provisions which transpose the following Community directives or parts of these: Council Directive 89/662/EEC concerning veterinary checks in intra-Community trade with a view to the completion of the internal market (Official Journal 1989 L 395 p. 13), as last amended by Directive 2004/41/EC (Official Journal L 157 2004 s. 33), Council Directive 96/23/EC on the control measures implemented for certain substances and residues thereof in live animals and their products, as well as repealing Directive 85/358/EEC and 86/469/EEC and decisions 89/187/EEC and 91/664/EEC (Official Journal 1996 L 125 p. 10), as last amended by Directive 2006/104/EC (Official Journal 2006 L 363 p. 352), Council Directive 97/78/EC laying down the principles governing the organisation of veterinary checks on products from third countries brought into the Community (Official Journal L 24 of 1998 s. 9), as last amended by Directive 2006/104/EC (Official Journal 2006 L 363 p. 352), and Council Directive 97/79/EC amending Directive 71/118/EEC, 72/462/EEC, 85/73/EEC, 91/67/EEC, 91/492/EEC, 91/493/EEC, 92/45/EEC, 92/118/EEC as regards the organisation of veterinary checks on products from third countries brought into the Community (Official Journal L 24 of 1998 s. 31).