Ordinance On Veterinary Accreditation Of Zoological Facility

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om veterinær godkendelse af zoologiske anlæg

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Publication of veterinary approval of zoological establishments 1)

In accordance with section 5, section 30, paragraph 30. Paragraph 1 and 3, section 31, section 33, section 34, section 37, section 44 (4). Paragraph 1 and 2, section 70 (2). Three, in the law. 432 9. June 2005 on the crew of animals, as amended by law no. 105 of 20. February 2006 :

Scope and definitions

§ 1. This notice includes zoological facilities.

§ 2. For the purposes of this notice :

1) ' Zoological facilities ` means permanently delimiting plants where one or more animal species are kept or bred for display, the preservation of the public or the conservation of animals. Visitors ' agriculture is not covered.

2) ' Animal subdivision ` means any defined area, such as cages, entries, terrors, aquarists, which are designed for animal control.

3) ' Veterinary approval ' means the approval of animals for the circulation of animals to and from other zoological establishments, including international circulation.

4) "Revenue" means the purchase and sale or other transfer of animals.

Approval and control

§ 3. Zoological plants must have been notified of a veterinary approval of the food registration before the circulation of animals.

§ 4. The veterinary approval shall be notified of the food landline in which the zoological plant is situated and the plant is allocated a approval number.

Paragraph 2. Approval may be granted if the zoological installation complies with the provisions referred to in section 6-11.

Paragraph 3. The zoological installation shall be subject to an approval surveillance, and at least one annual supervision of the food-type registration.

§ 5. The food court may, at any time, suspend or suspend the veterinary approval of the zoological installation or parts thereof, or impose a special conditions for the zoological installation, in order to prevent or to combat infectious animal diseases :

1) For serious or repeated infringements of one or more of the provisions referred to in section 8-16,

2) on suspicion or outbreaks of notifiable animal diseases ; or

3) in order to prevent or combat infectious animal diseases and zoonoses.

Paragraph 2. In the event of suspension or withdrawal, the food registration may lay down conditions for the animals in the zoological plant.

§ 6. The application for veterinary approval shall be sent to the food registration.

Paragraph 2. The application shall include :

1) Information on animal species and the number of animals that are to be stored in the zoological facilities.

2) A sketch of the installation indicating the location of each animal section, including quarantine facilities.

3) Information on handling of fertilizer, stockings, spills water, etc.

4) Copy of the approval of the zoological plant, cf. notification of the approval and supervision of zoological facilities.

§ 7. Animals which are to be kept in the zoological plant must not be suspected of or detected, at the time of approval, suspected of diseases referred to in Annexes 1 and 2 in the notice of transmissible disease lists for the animal control laws.

Paragraph 2. The Food Committee may impose further examination of the animals on the zoological plant prior to approval.

Location and orientation

§ 8. The zoological unit must be clearly defined and separated from the environment.

Paragraph 2. The plant must be placed on the establishment, so that it does not pose a animal health risk to the surrounding agricultural holdings.

§ 9. The zoological plant must have quarantine facilities for newly-led, sick or injured animals.

§ 10. The zoological installation must either have rooms for post-mortem examinations or an agreement with a laboratory to perform these.

Disease monitoring and reporting

§ 11. The zoological plant must be associated with a supervising veterinarian who must be approved by the food registration.

Paragraph 2. The supervising veterinarian must provide for the continuous disease monitoring, including that :

1) Ensure that the installation follows an annual disease surveillance plan covering the control of zoonoses,

2) examine animals suspected of being infected with a contagious disease ;

3) carry out post-mortem examination of dead or delived animals suspected of being infected with a transmissible hyseanimal disease or zoonosis, or the anchorages carried out by another veterinarian or an approved laboratory ;

4) perform any vaccination against infectious diseases, taking into account the laws in force in the case of the disease in question ; and

5) ensure that the animals kept in isolation in accordance with this notice shall be kept in isolation.

Paragraph 3. The supervising veterinarian must keep records of the conditions laid down in paragraph 1. 2. The records shall be kept for five years and shall be presented at the request of the food region.

To-and the transfer of animals

§ 12. Animals attributing to the zoological plant must be quarantined for at least 30 days after receipt before inserting into the other animal stock of the plant. A part of the facility may be used for temporary quarantine according to the instructions of the food product when it is physically and operational as separate from the other part of the installation.

Paragraph 2. The requirements of paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 shall not apply to the national turnover of animals.

Paragraph 3. The requirements of paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 shall not apply to animals which are added to animal health conditions.

Paragraph 4. The requirements of paragraph 1. 1, do not apply to dogs who accompany their owner when the dogs do not come into contact with the plant animals.

§ 13. Animals from the zoological plant must not leave this unless they are transferred to other approved zoological establishments.

Paragraph 2. The requirements of paragraph 1. 1, do not apply to dogs who accompany their owner when the dogs do not come into contact with the plant animals.

Disposal of dead animals and fertilisers

§ 14. All dead animals or parts of this shall be disposed of in accordance with the European Parliament's and Council Regulation on health rules for animal by-products not intended for human consumption (the by-product Regulation).

§ 15. Fertilizer must :

1) Composted for at least 1 year before it is used unless the fertilizer is hygienic at least 70 ° C for at least one hour in connection with composting plants ;

2) incinerated on an approved incinerator, or

3) to be transmitted for processing in an approved biogas or composting plant, where the fertilizer must be hygienic at a minimum of 70 ° C for at least one hour.

Paragraph 2. The application of the compost, cf. paragraph 1, no. 1, on the territory of the zoological field, must not be placed on the premises of the public, such as areas used for picnics.

Paragraph 3. If the composting does not work, cf. paragraph 1. no. 1, outside the territory of the zoological field, must not be a livestock unit on the receiving property.

Paragraph 4. The compost, cf. paragraph Paragraph 1 shall be disclosed when used outside the territory of the zoological area.

Paragraph 5. Fertilizers must be transported from the zoo in closed containers which are cleaned and disinfected after use.

Paragraph 6. Emansion of animals in quarantine must be disposed of in accordance with paragraph 1. 1, no. Two and three.


§ 16. The records shall be kept constantly on :

1) The number of animals of each species in the zoological and identity, age, gender, species, and, where appropriate, individual identification.

2) The number of animals to be kept to the zoological facilities and identity, age, sex, species, where appropriate, of origin or destination, information on the origin or destination, transport and health status.

3) The result of blood tests and other diagnostic tests.

4) Disease of disease and possible treatment.

5) The result of post-mortem examinations of animals died in the zoological installation, including stillborn animals.

6) Map of the facility.

7) Indication of significant changes to the installation of the plant.

Paragraph 2. The records shall be kept for five years and, on the request of the request, the food type is banishing.


§ 17. In specific cases, the Food Safety Board may dispense with the requirement in section 11 (4). 2, no. 4 in the case of vaccination against a contagious disease, for which vaccination has not been established.

§ 18. For certain animal species in specific cases, the Food Safety Board may dispense with the requirement that animals should be transferred solely to other approved plants, cf. § 13.

§ 19. In specific cases, the Food Authority may dispense with the requirements of section 15.

20. The food vehicle may allow Category 2 and Category 3 material of animal origin to be used as feed for the animals in the plant.

Transitional provisions, penalties and entry into force

§ 21. Expenditure in connection with the above is public unauthorized.

§ 22. The penalty shall be penalised by the penalty which violates the provisions of section 3, section 5 (5). 2, section 7 (4). 1, SECTION 8-16.

Paragraph 2. The sentence may rise to a maximum sentence for two years if, during the event or omission, the offence has been carried out by means of a premedication or gross negligence and, at the time of the infringement, the following shall be :

1) Posted damage to human or animal health or induced danger, or

2) obtained or intended for the economic benefit of the person concerned himself or others, including by saving.

Paragraph 2. Companies can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) punishable by the rules of Chapter 5 of the penal code.

-23. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. January, 2009.

Paragraph 2. At the same time, notice No 1262 of 15. In December 2008, the veterinary approval of zoological establishments is veterinary approval.

The Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, the 15th. December 2009P.S.V.
Jan Mousing / Tenna Olsen
Official notes

1) The announcement contains provisions that implement Council Directive 92/65/EEC of 13. July 1992 concerning the animal health conditions governing trade in and imports into the Community of animals and semen, ova and embryos, where these conditions are not subject to specific Community conditions as referred to in Annex A, Part I, to Directive 90 /425/EEC.