Notice On The Monitoring And Control Of Tses In Ovine And Caprine Animals

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om overvågning og bekæmpelse af TSE hos får og geder

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



Scope and definitions





Chapter 2



Clinical suspicion of TSE





Chapter 3



Surveillance on slaughterhouses and on category 1 processing plant





Chapter 4



Particular requirements for approved laboratories





Chapter 5



Suspected TSE and public oversight





Chapter 6



Contamination with TSE





Chapter 7



Infection with BSE





Chapter 8



Infection with classical scrapie





Chapter 9



Detection of atypical scrapie





Chapter 10



Cleaning, disinfection, reintroduction of animals, etc.





Chapter 11



Payment and compensation





Chapter 12



Punishment and the entry into force of



The full text of the Decree on monitoring and control of TSES in sheep and geder1)

Under section 4, section 6, paragraph 1, article 26, § 27, paragraph 2, article 29, article 30, paragraphs 1-3, § 33, § 36, § 44, paragraph 1, article 53, paragraphs 1 and 2, § 56, paragraphs 2 and 3, § 67, section 70 (3) of law No. 432 of 9. June 2004 on the keeping of animals, as amended by Act No. 402 of 21. April 2010, fixed: Chapter 1 scope and definitions article 1. The Ordinance lays down rules for the monitoring and control of TSE (scrapie and BSE) in ovine and caprine animals.

(2). For the purposes of this order: 1) TSES: All transmissible spongiform encephalopathies. Umbrella term for brain diseases caused by infection with a transmissible spongiform encephalopathy. The disease causes a severe, incurable brain disorder, where after a long incubation period can be found abnormal PrP protein. TSE in ovine and caprine animals is a common name for classical scrapie, atypical scrapie and BSE in ovine and caprine animals 2) BSE: Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (mad cow disease). A zoonotic TSE disease in cattle, sheep and goats as in rare cases are susceptible.

3) TSES in small ruminants: a case of transmissible spongiform encephalopathy detected in an ovine or caprine animal after a konfirmatorisk study of abnormal PrP protein.

4) scrapie case: a confirmed case of transmissible spongiform encephalopathy in an ovine or caprine animal, where a BSE-diagnosis has been excluded in accordance with the criteria laid down in the EUROPEAN UNION reference laboratory technical manual on characterization of TSE strains in small ruminants.

5) Classical scrapie case: a confirmed scrapie cases classified as classical in accordance with the criteria laid down in the EUROPEAN UNION reference laboratory technical manual on characterization of TSE strains in small ruminants and where BSE is excluded without prejudice. number 4).

6) Atypical scrapie case: a confirmed scrapie cases can be distinguished from classical scrapie in accordance with the criteria laid down in the EUROPEAN UNION reference laboratory technical manual on characterization of TSE strains in small ruminants and where BSE is excluded without prejudice. number 4).

7) brainstem: the basal and lower part of the brains of sheep and goats. It is the part of the brain, which should be investigated for the TSE regulation. the protocols which apply to the rapid test, which has been approved by the EU.

8) ovine or caprine animals over 18 months of age: sheep and goats which provably is 18 months or more, or who has two permanent incisors erupted through the gum (two wide) or more in the breach in the entire lower jaw.

9) OT-animals: A live sheep or a live goat, who comes from a herd is under official supervision, and which, after agreement with the Food Agency sent for slaughter or killed or even dead sheep, which comes from a herd is under official supervision, and which, after agreement with the Food Administration sent to category 1 processing plant, or a killed or self-dead goat that comes from a herd under official supervision and which, after agreement with the Food Agency sent to category 1 processing plant.

10) Category 1 processing plant: Company approved to process category 1 material pursuant to European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1069/2009 of 21. October 2009 laying down health rules concerning animal by-products and derived products not intended for human consumption and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1774/2002 (the regulation on animal by-products – by-product regulation).

11) Category 1 material: The by-products which, according to the definition of by-product regulation must be destroyed in an approved category 1 processing plant or otherwise disposed of or used in accordance with the by-product regulation.

12) SRM (specified risk Material): the parts of cattle, sheep and goats, which contains the largest amount of infectious agent, if the animal is infected with BSE/TSE. Defined in European Parliament and Council Regulation No 40/94. 999/2001 of 22. May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, as amended.

13) the user of a crew: any natural or legal person who temporarily or permanently responsible for a crew.

14) Slaughterhouse: Slaughterhouse approved for the slaughter of sheep and goats.

15) Home slaughter: primary producers slaughter and subsequent dressing of own animals for consumption in own household on properties where livestock is allowed.

16) Reference Laboratory: Denmark's national reference laboratory for TSEs is Veterinary Institute at the Technical University of Denmark.

17) approved laboratory: laboratory authorised to conduct investigations for TSE rapid test, in accordance with the Ordinance on the approval and supervision of diagnostic laboratories, etc. or a laboratory approved in another EU Member country, to carry out investigations for TSEs in accordance with Regulation 999/2001 on TSES, as amended.

18) quick test: EU-approved screening method for the examination of the brain stem of the TSE regulation. Annex X, chapter C, in European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 999/2001.

19) Konfirmatorisk study: Study designed to provide a definitive diagnosis by finally to confirm or deny whether it was investigating material is positive or negative. In individual cases, it will not be possible with the available material to obtain a definitive diagnosis. In the event the confirmatory study ends with no result and the result shall be recorded as inkonklusiv (without result). In this notice the term refers to whether the material is negative, positive, or inkonklusivt for TSEs.

20) TSE database: Food Agency's database of all findings in connection with examination for TSE diseases.

21) CHR: Ministry of food, agriculture and Fisheries of the soil, the central directory.

22) CHR-number: a unique number used to identify a particular CHR in geographical location.

23) CUS number: the unique individual number assigned to a sheep, a goat or a cow either. CUS number is composed of the herd of origin of CHR-number and a corresponding individual serial number.

Chapter 2 Clinical suspicion of TSE § 2. There is a clinical suspicion of TSE in an ovine or caprine animal, once a vibrant, even dead or killed sheep, or a living, self-dead or slaughtered goat, Viewer or have showcased one or more of the following symptoms, and where it has not been possible to provide a second safety diagnosis on the basis of clinical response to treatment or examinations, laboratory analyses: 1) A progressive disease picture with neurological and behavioral disorders.

2) a gradual deterioration of the general condition as a result of the disturbances in the central nervous system.

3) an intense itching of no demonstrable reason.

§ 3. The owner or keeper of a herd is to be suspected that there in an ovine or caprine animal performs one or more of those listed in section 2 of the mentioned symptoms, immediately call a veterinarian.

§ 4. Call a veterinarian, see. § 3, to an ovine or caprine animal, who exhibit symptoms of the basic regulation. § 2, or get the vet, incidentally, in the context of its work the suspected presence of a TSE, the vet as soon as possible carry out an examination of the animal concerned.

(2). If a veterinarian after investigations carried out pursuant to paragraph 1 ascertains that the Ewe or goat exhibit it in section 2 of the said disease picture, the veterinarian shall immediately inform the veterinary and Food Administration on disease case with indication of disease.

(3). Food agency assesses whether there is a clinical suspicion of TSE and whether sheep or goat should be killed and examined.

(4). In the case of the killing of sheep or goat must this happen after food administration manual.

§ 5. Food Agency provides for the submission of the head to the study on reference laboratory as well as the transport of the rest of the animal to a category 1 processing plant.

Chapter 3 Monitoring in slaughterhouses and on category 1 processing plant "section 6. A category 1 processing plant must as part of monitoring to ensure that samples are brain stem and part of the rest of the brain from received slaughtered or dead sheep and goats, which is 18 months old or above, for examination in an approved laboratory. The selection must be in accordance with the instructions of the Food Administration. Food agency assigns numbers of samples to be taken.

(2). For animals which come from a herd in which there is a demonstrated atypical scrapie, category 1 forabejdningsanlægget always take samples for examination of the basic regulation. Article 20, paragraph 3.


(3). Killing of sheep or goats, which is 18 months old or more, as far as possible, be made medikamentelt for the sake of preserving the brain stem intact for examination for TSEs. Spinal cord encounters are not to be used for sheep or goats, which is 18 months old or more.

(4). Category 1 processing plant "shall, in respect of the animals referred to in article 6. paragraphs 1 and 2, are in the Group of animals, which must be taken from the TSE tests, establish and subsequently apply a system for the selection of the age groups of sheep and goats, which is relevant for the study of the TSE on the basis of an assessment of the dentition.

§ 7. Slaughterhouses shall be spread in CHR ensure that crew is not infected with scrapie or there is suspicion of scrapie in the herd. Where information about the animal CHR does not have to be turned into slaughter and animal is not accompanied by one of the veterinary and Food Administration issued laissez-passer, the Food Agency will be contacted, and the animal must not be slaughtered.

(2). A slaughterhouse shall ensure that samples are brain stem and part of the rest of the brain from all sheep and goats which are 18 months old or more, and that comes from a herd with a positive case of atypical scrapie or a crew with a TSE suspicion, for examination in an approved laboratory. The selection must be in accordance with the instructions of the Food Administration.

(3). The slaughterhouse shall, in respect of the animals referred to in article 6. paragraphs 1 and 2, are in the Group of animals, which must be taken from the TSE tests, establish and subsequently apply a system for the selection of the age groups of sheep and goats, which are relevant for studies of TSE on the basis of an assessment of the dentition.

§ 8. Slaughterhouses and category 1 processing plant, which takes samples to test for the presence of TSES as referred to. sections 6 and 7, must ensure that there is a certain correlation between brain stem for testing for TSE, the concerned animal CUS number and the property from which the animal is delivered to the company.

(2). Slaughterhouses must ensure compliance of the carcase and other parts of the animal can be related to that animal CUS number until the official veterinarian has released the carcase and other parts of the animal for human consumption.

(3). Slaughterhouses and category 1 processing plants shall keep records of the identity of the basic regulation. (1). The records must be kept for at least three years.

§ 9. Slaughterhouses and category 1 processing plant must ensure that it procured material, see. § 6 and § 7 shall be submitted for examination in an approved laboratory on the same day, as it shall be taken, without prejudice. However, paragraph 2.

(2). The submission can be deferred for up to five working days, if the material is kept on ice from the decider for submission.

(3). The submitter of the sample material must ensure that the laboratory can receive the material to study the day after dispatch.

(4). Sender of the brainstem shall, by agreement with the accredited laboratory the laboratory to commit to comply with the requirements for an approved laboratory in section 12, paragraphs 1 to 5, and section 13 paragraph 2-3.

(5). Sender of the brainstem must ensure that the approved laboratory descendant requirements of section 12(2), 1-5, and section 13 paragraph 2-3.

§ 10. At the time of slaughter of the animals tested for TSE must all parts, including the skin, detained under official supervision until either a negative result of the quick test or a negative result of the confirmatory study, or parts have been led to a category 1 processing plant. The head of the animal should be kept on ice and must first be transferred to a category 1 processing plant when there is a negative result of one of the mentioned studies. If there is a inkonklusivt or positive test result of the quick test, the head submitted for examination, see. § 14 (2).

(2). The official veterinarian shall release the parts of the animal from public oversight, if either exists in a negative reaction to the quick test is performed on the brain stem or a definitive negative result of the confirmatory study.

(3). The slaughterhouse shall keep evidence of the negative result for at least three years.

§ 11. Slaughterhouses and category 1 processing plants shall establish and apply procedures for the control of subsequently supplied the sheep and goats origin, age and identity, as well as the procurement and forwarding of samples and the receipt of the test result. Slaughterhouses must also have procedures for the storage and control of all parts of the animals, pending the outcome of the TSE examination are available.

(2). Of the company shall be the subject of a written description of the procedures, see. (1).

Chapter 4 special requirements for approved laboratories § 12. An approved laboratory shall provide the results of the carried out studies with TSE rapid test to submit and to TSE database.

(2). An approved laboratory shall deliver the result of the test to submit within two working days after the results are available.

(3). An approved laboratory shall deliver the result of the test to the TSE database no later than five working days after the results are available.

(4). Test results must be categorized and delivered electronically to the TSE database for food administration manual.

(5). In order to ensure that test the answer refers to the animals, the submitters and laboratories tried each of which ensure a unique, safe and consistent identification of the animal, the sample material, the result of the investigation and the data delivered to TSE database. The identification must be made with reference to the animal's CUS-number.

Paragraph 6 Submitters must label each container with the sample material with a label, of which the associated animal CUS number and species appears. Labels may only be affixed to the lid of the sample container, if the lid is firmly attached to the sample container.

(7). Submitted samples from slaughtered animals must be accompanied by a form, of which the approval number of the slaughterhouse, the animal's CUS-number, species, category and CHR-number on the estate, from which the animal is delivered for slaughter is apparent. Forms for form supplied by the laboratory must receive the samples.

Chapter 5 suspected TSE and public supervision section 13. An ovine or caprine animal suspected of having TSE, if there is a clinical suspicion of TSE, see. § 2, or if a rapid test of brain stem from the animal concerned submitted to reference laboratory or an approved laboratory detected inkonklusiv or positive response for TSE.

(2). By a inkonklusiv or positive rapid test to the brainstem and the other part of the brain from an ovine or caprine animal suspected of TSES are submitted by the accredited laboratory for konfirmatorisk study on reference laboratory on the same day, as a result of the rapid test are available.

(3). Reference laboratory or the accredited laboratory must immediately notify the veterinary and Food Administration on a positive or inkonklusivt result of a performed quick tests. Notification shall be made by the exporting laboratory directly to the Food Agency. By notification to the animal concerned CUS number and CHR-number for the delivery address be reported.

§ 14. If any are detected positive reaction-quick test on brain stem from a sheep or a goat slaughterhouse must ensure that all the body parts of the animals found positive rapid test be disposed of as category 1 material, except for the parts that must be submitted to the konfirmatorisk study.

(2). If the confirmatory study demonstrates positive response reference laboratory on brain stem from a sheep or a goat, which showed inkonklusiv reaction-quick test, slaughterhouse, ensure that all parts of the animal that is found positive, disposed of as category 1 material.

§ 15. When a sheep or a goat is considered to be suspected of having TSE regulation. section 13, paragraph 1, sets the Food Agency all ovine and caprine animals in the herd where the suspect animals are shipped from, under official supervision. In addition, set the parent animals to the suspect animals, as well as all embryos, ova and the last progeny from the suspect animal under official supervision. Other sheep and goat herds on the same property also under official supervision.

(2). In addition, other herds in which the suspect animals have stayed since its birth or other crews who have received ovine or caprine animals from the herds where the suspect animals have stayed since its birth, is placed under official supervision of the veterinary and Food Administration depending on the available epidemiological information.

(3). Other ovine and caprine animals may be put under official supervision of the veterinary and Food Administration, if the Food Agency estimates that the animals may have had infectious contact with the crews, where the suspect animals have stayed since its birth.

(4). A public oversight, see. paragraphs 1 to 3, is repealed by the veterinary and Food Administration, if the CRL considers the submitted material from the suspect animal negative by the confirmatory studies, see. section 13, paragraph 2.

§ 16. Sheep and goats, which are put under official supervision, in accordance with article 3. section 15, paragraphs 1-3, may only be moved from the property if they transferred to slaughter or, for fallen and killed animals, disposed of as category 1 material. The move may only take place with the Food Administration approval. Food Agency issuing the laissez-passer for ovine and caprine animals for slaughter must go from a herd with a TSE suspicion.

(2). All parts, including the skin, of ovine and caprine animals under official supervision that is led to slaughter, should be detained under official supervision until the outcome of the investigation of the suspect animals have been completed with negative results. Alternatively, all the parts are transferred to a category 1 processing plant.


(3). Milk and dairy products from sheep and goats on a crew under official supervision, in accordance with article 3. section 16 (1) and (2) who find themselves in that crew from the date where the suspected presence of a TSE occurs, the results of the confirmatory studies are available, may not be removed from the herd and only used in that herd.

(4). Feedingstuffs, other material or any other means which may be contaminated with TSE infectivity and which may have transmitted the TSE agent, must not be removed from properties with herds under public supervision.

Chapter 6 section 17 with TSE Infection. A suspect or a suspect gets goat shall be deemed to be infected with TSE, if the CRL considers the submitted material from suspect animals positive by the confirmatory testing for TSEs.

(2). Carried out study on reference laboratory to determine what type of animal is infected with TSE.

Chapter 7 infection with BSE § 18. Can it not be after the results of the in § 17 paragraph 2 referred to investigation ruled out that a sheep or a goat is infected with BSE, further studies must be conducted to find the possible origin of the disease.

(2). If deemed necessary, additional herds in which there are animals, embryos or ova which may be worse contaminated with BSE, as a result of the infected animals, possibly. by having been given the same feed, be put under public supervision.

(3). All sheep and goats, which are put under official supervision, in accordance with article 3. section 15, paragraphs 1-3 and section 18, paragraph 2, shall be deemed to be particularly suspected of being infected with BSE.

(4). All ovine and caprine animals which are considered to be particularly suspected of being infected with BSE, see. paragraph 3, must be killed and destroyed in a category 1 processing plant. In addition, all embryos and ova from slaughtered animals must be destroyed in accordance with the Food Administration detailed instructions.

(5). Food Agency arranges the killing and transport to a category 1 processing plant of the particularly suspect animals.

(6). In connection with the killing must be sampled for testing for TSE brain material from sheep and goats at 18 months or more, see. The TSE Regulation 999/2001, as amended, annex III for TSE tests in infected flocks. The selection must be in accordance with the instructions of the Food Administration.

(7). The slaughterhouse must ensure that all parts of sheep and goats which have been under official supervision for suspicion of infection with a TSE is transported to a category 1 processing plant.

(8). Crew owner must ensure that milk and dairy products from the animals that must be destroyed, which found itself in the herd from the date of confirmation of BSE cannot be excluded, shall be destroyed.

Chapter 8 infection with classical scrapie § 19. Reference laboratory confirms that a sheep or a goat is infected with classical scrapie, all sheep and goats, which are put under official supervision pursuant to section 15, paragraphs 1-3 shall be deemed to be particularly suspected of being infected with classical scrapie.

(2). Food Agency will decide in each individual case, which of the following control methods to be used on sheep and goats, which are considered to be particularly suspected of being infected with classical scrapie, see. paragraph 1:1) All ovine and caprine animals slaughtered and destroyed and all embryos and ova from slaughtered animals must be destroyed in accordance with the Food Administration detailed instructions.

2) All ovine and caprine animals are killed and destroyed in accordance with the detailed instructions with the exception of the Danish food animals with the following genotypes: a) Breeding Rams of the ARR/ARR genotype.

b) ewes with at least 1 ARR allele and no VRQ alleles and possibly their lambs, if they were pregnant in the investigation, and the lambs subsequently meets the requirements for genotype.

c) sheep or lamb intended for slaughter, which has at least one ARR allele.

(3). Food agency may decide to let the slaughter for human consumption take the place of killing and destruction as referred to in number 1) and 2) on condition that the animals are slaughtered in a slaughterhouse in Denmark and all animals over 18 months of age are tested for TSE.

(4). Food Agency can make a reasoned decision about that particular suspect animals not slaughtered and destroyed, if it is difficult to provide with a known genotype to get compensation, or if the ARR allele frequency in the breed or holding is low, or if it is deemed necessary in order to avoid inbreeding, or taking account of all the epidemiological factors that will subsequently apply special conditions for the holding of the basic regulation. The TSE Regulation 999/2001 with subsequent amendments annex VII chapter A, point 4.

(5). Milk and milk products from those animals to be destroyed, which found itself in the herd from the date of confirmation to date, where the animals are to be destroyed have been destroyed, must not be used for the feeding of ruminants, other than ruminants in the herd. The placing on the market of such products is subject to the restrictions referred to in article 6. The TSE regulation.

(6). Food Agency shall, if necessary. killing and transport to a category 1 processing plant of the particularly suspect animals.

(7). In connection with EVS. killing must to be taken for testing for TSE brain material from sheep and goats at 18 months or more of a see. The TSE regulation established number of animals. The selection must be in accordance with the instructions of the Food Administration.

(8). Food Agency arranges transport to the slaughterhouse in connection with EVS. slaughter.

(9). In connection with EVS. slaughter must to be taken for testing for TSE brain material from sheep and goats at 18 months or more after the Food Agency's instructions. The selection must be in accordance with the instructions of the Food Administration.

Chapter 9 the detection of atypical scrapie § 20. If reference laboratory confirms that this is a case of atypical scrapie in a sheep or a goat, maintained the public supervision on the crew for two years from the time when the last case was finally confirmed.

(2). In the period of two years referred to in article 6. paragraph 1 may only be moved from the herd sheep and goats to slaughter or category 1 processing plant after the Food Agency's instructions during application of laissez-passer.

(3). In the period of two years should be sampled for testing for TSES in ovine and caprine animals at 18 months or more animals slaughtered for human consumption or which depart for a category 1 processing plant. The selection must be in accordance with the instructions of the veterinary and Food Administration (4). If a crew owner chooses to empty his herd of sheep and goats for slaughter for human consumption or to know when to euthanize them, and send them to a category 1 processing plant, will the public supervision of the crew be abrogated by the veterinary and Food Administration, when the last OT-animals is ceased to be covered by the crew.

(5). If all ovine and caprine animals in the herd will be slaughtered and sent to a category 1 processing plant in connection with the detection of atypical scrapie, must finally take brain material to test for the presence of TSES from sheep and goats at 18 months or more of a see. The TSE regulation established number of animals. The selection must be in accordance with the instructions of the Food Administration.

(6). There may, in special cases, exemption from the ban on the movement of sheep and goats from the crew, see. (2). Application for dispensation shall be sent to the Food Agency. Sheep and goats in the herd may be required after further food administration manual.

(7). Crews, who receive animals from a herd which is under official supervision due to atypical scrapie, is placed under official supervision over the same period and on the same conditions as apply to the herd where the animal or animals are moved from.

(8). There must not be carried out of ovine and caprine animals from herds under public supervision, as a result of atypical scrapie, in two years from the date of the confirmation of the last case of scrapie in the herd.

(9). Public oversight on the parent animal, offspring, ova and embryos referred to in article 6. § 15 who do not reside in the crew, where the case of atypical scrapie has been found to be lifted by the food agency when the reference laboratory confirms that this is a case of atypical scrapie.

Chapter 10 Cleaning, disinfection, reintroduction of animals, etc.

§ 21. If the Food Agency estimates that there should be cleaning and disinfection of buildings, equipment and machines as well as special treatment of manure on the property, where they have remained, particularly suspect animals shall be organised by the veterinary and Food Administration.

(2). The sowing or other measures relating to outdoor areas at the premises where the particular suspect animals, have stayed, carried out in accordance with the Food Administration Manual.

(3). Reinstatement of ovine and caprine animals, Inc. the use of embryos and eggs, on properties where there have been found to have classical scrapie, is according to the instructions of the Food Administration in line with the TSE Regulation 999/2001 with subsequent amendments annex VII chapter A point 3 or 4.

(4). The restrictions referred to in article 6. section 19 (3) is applicable until the Food Agency repeals them according to the rules set out in annex VII of the TSE Regulation 999/2001, as amended.

Chapter 11 Payment and compensation section 22. Food Agency shall bear the costs related to: 1) the killing of the suspect animals pursuant to section 4, paragraph 4.

2) Deciders, submission, transport and study of brain stem and other brain material from suspect animals and disposal of category 1 processing plant within the meaning of section 5.

3) Konfirmatorisk studies of brain stem and other brain material on reference laboratory, in accordance with section 17.


4) Disposal of category 1 processing plant of carcasses as well as reimbursement of part of the cost of the slaughter at disposal of carcases referred to in article 6. § 14.

5) Study of brain stem in accordance with § 7, § 18 (6) and section 19, paragraph 7 6) Measures as Food Agency carries out pursuant to section 18 (5) and (7) or section 19, paragraph 7. without prejudice to article. Executive order on costs and compensation in the event of reduction and prevention of animal diseases.

§ 23. Food Agency compensate for the following: 1) killed animals and destroyed embryos and eggs in accordance with article 4, paragraph 4, and article 18, paragraph 4, and section 19, paragraph 2. without prejudice to article. Executive order on costs and compensation in the event of reduction and prevention of animal diseases.

2) value of the destroyed carcasses referred to in article 6. section 14, paragraph 1, and article 18, paragraph 4.

§ 24. All other expenses than those referred to in sections 22 and 23 referred to, to be held in connection with this Ordinance, the Food Agency.

Chapter 12 Punishment and the entry into force of § 25. With fine punished anyone who 1) violates section 3, section 4, paragraphs 1 and 2, §§ 6-8, § 9, paragraph 1 and 3-5, section 10, paragraphs 1 and 3, § 11-12, section 13 (2) and (3), § 14, § 16, § 18, paragraphs 7 and 8, article 19, paragraph 5, section 20, paragraph 8, or 2) fails to comply with the Food Administration instructions or conditions under section 4, paragraph 4, article 6, paragraph 1, article 7, paragraph 2 section 12, paragraph 4, article 18, paragraphs 4 and 5, article 19, paragraphs 2 to 4, 7 and 9, article 20, paragraphs 2-3 and 5-6, and article 21, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). The penalty can rise to imprisonment for up to two years, if it knows the action or failure occurred violations are committed intentionally or by gross negligence, and that the infringement is 1) caused damage to human or animal health or caused danger for doing so, or 2) achieved or intentional gained an economic advantage 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 26. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. January 2012.

(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 930 of 7. September 2006 on the monitoring and control of TSES in ovine and caprine animals.

Ministry of food, agriculture and fisheries, the 20. December 2011 P.S.V.
Birgit Hendriksen/Hanne Christensen Official notes 1) of the order is there included certain provisions from the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EC) No 999/2001 of 22 May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (EF_tidende 2001 L 147, p. 1ff), as last amended by as as last amended by Commission Regulation (EU) No. 189/2011 amending annexes VII and IX to European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 999/2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, official journal 2011 L 53, p. 56. According to article 288 of the EC Treaty where a regulation is directly applicable in each Member State. The reproduction of these provisions in the Ordinance is thus entirely justified in practical terms and shall not affect the validity of the regulation's immediate in Denmark.