Publication of the approval of veterinarians to carry out supplementary veterinary studies with a view to reducing the antibiotic consumption in pig herds ; 1)
In accordance with paragraph 34 b (b), 2, section 67 and section 70 (4). Three, in the law. 432 of 9. In June 2004, on the crew of animals, as amended by law no. 603 of 14. June 2011 shall be :
Scope of application
§ 1. Whereas the notice lays down rules for the approval of veterinarians to carry out supplementary veterinary studies with a view to reducing the antibiotic consumption in pig herds in connection with post-section 6, stk.1, in the notice of : special measures to reduce antibiotic consumption in pig herds.
Paragraph 2. The notice shall apply to persons who are authorized as a veterinarian in accordance with section 3 (1). 1, in the Law on veterinarians, and the persons of 3. countries which have been granted authorisation as a veterinarian in accordance with section 3 (3). Three, in the law of veterinarians.
Paragraph 3. The notice shall also apply to any person who has access to the activities of a veterinarian in Denmark pursuant to the notice of the establishment of a veterinarian in Denmark for EU and EEA nationals and nationals of a country with which the European Union has concluded agreement on this subject.
§ 2. The one that will carry out supplementary veterinary assessments with a view to reducing the antibiotic consumption in pig herds, cf. § 1, must be approved here.
Paragraph 2. Authorisation shall be granted on the application of the Food Authority. Approval relates to a particular natural person.
§ 3. Authorisation to carry out supplementary veterinary assessments with a view to reducing the antibiotic consumption in pig herds shall be notified to persons who :
1) is a veterinary veterinarian, cf. § 3 of the Law on veterinarians,
2) have health consulting agreements with a minimum of 20 pig herds of at least 300 lakes, at least 3000 slaughter pigs or at least 6000 piglets ;
3) in the last three years, at least 10 health consulting agreements in pig herds with a minimum of 300 lakes, at least 3000 slaughter pigs, or at least 6000 piglets ; and
4) have not been fined for the last two years or have been convicted of a breach of the rules on medicinal products for animals.
Paragraph 2. Except for the requirements set out in paragraph 1. 1 shall be the persons referred to in section 1 (1). 3.
§ 4. A veterinarian who wishes to be authorised to carry out supplementary veterinary evaluations with a view to reducing the antibiotic consumption in pig herds, cf. Section 3 shall complete an application form which is on the Food Board ' s website and submit it to the Food Authority.
§ 5. When the Food Authority receives an application for approval, cf. Article 4, the Food Authority shall send a receipt to the applicant for information on :
1) the deadline for the notification of a decision, cf. paragraph 2, and
Paragraph 2. The FDA shall notify the decision to grant approval no later than four weeks after receipt of the application, cf. § 4.
Paragraph 3. The period laid down in paragraph 1 2 may be extended once, if the complexity of the case justifies it. The FDA shall justify the extension and duration of the extension and shall notify the applicant before the expiry of the time limit laid down in paragraph 1. 2.
§ 6. Approval to carry out supplementary veterinary studies with a view to reducing the antibiotic consumption in pig herds shall be renewed after three years.
Paragraph 2. Where the authorisation has not been applied for the renewal of the approval no later than three years after notification of this notification, the approval shall automatically lapses.
Information to be bound and revoked
§ 7. An approved veterinarian, cf. Section 3 shall inform the crew responsible, who have requested an additional veterinary evaluation, if :
1) contact information for the Food Authority,
2) the inter-branch organizations to which the veterinarian is a member ;
3) the professional title and the EU/EEA country in which the authorisation for the application of the title is granted, and
4) any occupational insurance, including contact information on the insurance undertaking and information on the geographical coverage of the insurance ;
Paragraph 2. If the crewman requests it, the approved veterinarian must, cf. Section 3, information relating to the rules applicable to the execution of the profession and how the crew responsible for the crew shall have access to them.
§ 8. An approved veterinarian, cf. Section 3, without delay, notify the Food Authority if any changes have been made in the conditions of approval.
Paragraph 2. The Food Management Board may, at any time, carry out checks on whether the preconditions for the approval are present.
§ 9. The Food Authority may revoke an authorization to carry out supplementary veterinary studies with a view to reducing antibiotic consumption in pig herds if the conditions of the permit, cf. Section 3, no longer present, or if the veterinarian does not request information on which the FDA is requesting an assessment of whether the conditions for the approval are still present.
Paragraph 2. In addition, the Food Authority may withdraw an approval, cf. section 3, if there are repeated or serious deficiencies in the quality of the veterinary professional opinion of the veterinarian, or if the approved veterinarian does not provide the information requested by the Food Service for their assessment.
Penalty and entry into force
§ 10. With fine punishment, the one who
1) violates section 2 (2). 1,
2) carry out supplementary veterinary assessments with a view to reducing the antibiotic consumption in pig herds without meeting the requirements of Section 3 at the time of the supplementary veterinary assessment ; or
3) do not provide information as referred to in Clause 7 and 8 (8). 1.
Paragraph 2. Companies can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) punishable by the rules of Chapter 5 of the penal code.
§ 11. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. December 2011.
The FDA, the 29th. November, 2011
Per S. Henriksen
/ Heidi Tange
1) The notice contains provisions that implement parts of Directive 2005 /36/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7. September 2005 on the recognition of professional qualifications, EU-tiering 2005 no. L225/22, as last amended by Commission Regulation (EC) No 2 ; 279/2009 L. 93, p. 11, of 7. April 2009, and parts of Directive 2006 /123/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12. In December 2006 on services in the internal market, EU-tiering 2006 no. L 376/36.