|Chapter 1||Scope and definitions|
|Chapter 2||Categorization of health status|
|Chapter 3||Suspicion, public inspection, observation and control|
|Chapter 4||Risk-based Monitoring|
|Chapter 6||Expenditure and compensation|
|Chapter 7||Penalty and entry into force|
|Appendix 1||Diseth of the health status of aquaculture zones and segments of the I-V categories|
|Appendix 2||Diseases listed in lists|
Publication and control of certain infectious diseases of aquatic organisms 1)
In accordance with Article 4 (4), One, section 5, section 25, section 27, paragraph. 2, section 29, section 30, section 33, § 34, section 35, section 37, paragraph 37, section 37 (3). 1, section 44 (4). 1, section 45 (3). 2, section 47, section 53, paragraph. 1, section 58, paragraph. Paragraph 1, section 67 and section 70 (4). 3 in the law on animals of animals, cf. Law Order no. 873 of 29. June 2013, shall be determined :
Scope and definitions
Scope of application
§ 1. This notice relates to monitoring and control of exotic, cf. Annex 2, Part I, non-exotic, cf. Annex 2, Part II and new diseases of aquatic organisms.
§ 2. This notice shall not apply to :
1) aquatic ornamental animals raised in the non-commercial aquarium,
2) wild aquatic organisms harvested or caught for direct entering into the food chain, or
3) aquatic organisms caught in the manufacture of fish meal, fish food, fish oil and other similar products.
Paragraph 2. Section 4 and Chapter 4 shall not apply to aquatic ornamental animals kept at the centre of animal merchants, in sea centres, oceans, commercial fish varies or wholesalers, and where there is no direct link between aquatic ornamental and natural water areas.
§ 3. For the purposes of this notice :
1) ' Exotic diseases ` means any disease listed in Annex 2, Part I.
2) ' Non-exotic diseases ` shall mean any disease listed in Annex 2, Part II.
3) "New illness" :
a) A serious disease identified recently, irrespective of whether the reason for it is established or not, which can be propagated within and between populations, e.g. in the case of trade in aquatic organisms and / or products from aquatic organisms, or
b) a type of disease identified by a new host species, which has not yet been listed as a susceptible species, as mentioned in Annex 2.
4) ' Aquaculture animals ` shall mean any aquatic organism, irrespective of its stage of development, including eggs and semen / milk bred on aquaculture farms or in an area of husband-hush, including aquatic organisms, which have been wild and intended for use, a farm or a breeding of molluscs in an area of farmed.
5) ' Aquatic organisms ` means :
a) fish belonging to the class Agnatha and the classes of Chondrichtyes and Osteichtyes,
b) molluscs belonging to the Mollusca row, and
c) crustaceans belonging to the Crustacea subseries.
6) ' Aquatic ornamental organisms ` shall mean the exclusive use of aquatic organisms, rearing or placed on the market for the purposes of ornamental purposes.
7) ' Aquaculture ` means the keeping, breeding or cultivation of aquatic organisms using methods to increase the production of the organisms in question in addition to the natural environment and where the organisms remain one or more ; the property of natural or legal persons in all the rearing or crop phases until they are harvested.
8) ' Aquaculture ` means any site, physically defined area or installations operated by an aquaculture establishment and where aquaculture animals are bred for business purposes, except in sites, areas or plants where feral aquatic ; organisms which are harvested or caught for human consumption are temporarily kept in forage as they are waiting to be slaughtered.
9) ' Other installations with aquatic organisms ` means other installations other than aquaculture farms where aquatic organisms are kept for the purposes of the non-turnover of an eye and the fishing of the light-fishing lakes (put-and-tak fishing).
10) ' Aquaculture ' means any public or private undertaking, which, with or without an eye, performs any activity related to the breeding, the production of farm or the cultivation of aquaculture animals.
11) ' Noise fishing lakes (put-and-take) ` : Damme or plant where the population of aquatic organisms is maintained solely for the purpose of the production of aquaculture animals, and fish in the fish in the fish must not be fed.
12) ' responsible person ` shall mean the person or persons who own one or more aquaculture farms or have the task of taking care of it or them, courage or without remuneration.
13) ' Sport ` shall mean the culprits of aquaculture animals in a farm or in an area of husband-hush husband-hush.
14) ' Revenue ` means the sale or transfer of sale, which is to be carried out on or without remuneration, and any movement of aquaculture animals.
15) Immortality shall mean mortality, whose cause is unknown and which is significantly above the level considered normally for the farm or the breeding of molluscs under the prevailing conditions.
16) ' Category ` shall mean the division of aquaculture use, zones and segments into groups (category I to V) depending on the health status of the area concerned.
17) ' Aquaculture zone ` means a clearly defined geographical area with a homogeneous hydrological system, which includes part of a catchment area from the sources of water from the water to a natural or artificial impediment which stops the irrigation of the aquatic live animals from those of the aquatic liqueur ; lower areas of the catchment area, a whole catchment area, including the area of water. their outlining in the sea, as the catchment areas are epidemiologically linked to the outlining area.
18) ' Aquaculture segment ` means one or more aquaculture use of the same biosafety system and with a population of aquatic organisms, with a particular health status in respect of a given disease.
(19) ' blocking zone ` shall mean a restricted area of an infected farm, where disease control measures are used to prevent the spread of disease.
20) ' Fresh waters ` means the sea territory, water flows, ditches, ducts, sweetings, sweetings, ponds, ponds, peat, drying and artificially anhydrated watering holes, fistfishing lakes and the like.
21) ' Biproduct Regulation ` shall mean the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 1069/2009 of 21. In October 2009 on health rules for animal by-products not intended for human consumption.
Categorization of health status
§ 4. The FDA may categorize Denmark's Territories and aquaculture in accordance with the health status of the categories I to V in accordance with the guidelines set out in Annex 1 for non-exotic diseases listed in Annex 2, Part II.
Paragraph 2. All aquaculture farms in an aquatic zone or segment must have obtained a given health status before the aquaculture zone or segments can achieve this status.
Paragraph 3. List of Denmark's categorization will be published on the Food Type website (www.fvst.dk) and in Central Hussveterinuse Register.
Suspicion, public inspection, observation and control
Disease notification on suspicion
§ 5. The person who is in possession of aquatic organisms suspected of being infected with one or more of the diseases referred to in Section 1 shall summon a veterinarian.
Paragraph 2. The responsible for aquatic organisms of susceptible species, cf. Annex 2, lakes, ponds, or other aquatic organisms intended for the aquatic organisms, or where the cold water species of ornamental fish are suspected of being infected with one or more of the diseases referred to in section 1 shall be summed up ; veterinarian.
Paragraph 3. The person responsible for the processing of aquaculture animals for human consumption shall be suspected of the presence of one or more of the diseases referred to in section 1, make notification to the Food Authority with information on the aquaculture animals ' s or of the animal species ; origin. Notification shall not be made where the aquaculture animals come from a farm or an area officially known to be infected with the disease in question.
Paragraph 4. Carriers, staff of laboratories and other professional professionals who are in commercial contact with aquatic organisms shall immediately report to the FDA on suspicion of the presence of one or more of the diseases referred to in section 1. Notification shall not be made where aquaculture animals come from a farm or an area officially known to be infected with the disease in question.
§ 6. The competent authority of aquaculture use or other aquatic organisms must, where an increase in mortality is recorded at the aquatic organisms, immediately summon a veterinarian or report this to the Food Authority.
§ 7. In the case of suspicion of a disease referred to in Article 1, the Food Management Board shall impose a public inspection system on the farm and other installations of aquatic organisms. The public supervision implies that the owner / user of aquaculture must meet the following requirements :
1) The stock of all species shall be carried out in each production type of aquatic organisms. In the case of each species and age group, the number of aquatic organisms which are already dead, infected or suspected of being infected. The person responsible must continuously update the inventory, so as to indicate whether there is any change to the population or the new mortality during the period in which there is suspicion.
2) Live aquatic organisms, eggs or semen must not be led to or from the farm without the authorisation of the Food and Food Authority.
3) Dead aquatic organisms or offal may be disposed of only after the food type ' s instructions, cf. the Biproduct Regulation.
4) Feedingers, tools, articles or other materials, such as waste, which may be intended to transmit the disease, may only be carried out or from the farm with the authority of the Food Authority. Provided that the authorisation is granted, the Food Board shall determine the measures necessary to prevent the spread of contamination.
5) Complements in and from the farm of human beings, vehicles or means of transport, etc. may only take place according to the authorisation of the Food Authority.
6) Vehicles or means of transport which, in accordance with the authorisation of the Food Authority, shall leave the farm, cf. no. 5 shall comply with the rules of the Food Authority in order to avoid the spread of contamination before leaving aquaculture.
7) The competent authority for aquaculture must allow the Food Authority to carry out an epidemiological inquiry, cf. section 8, and take samples for laboratory tests at the DTU Veterinary Institute or any other of the Food Authority approved laboratory.
Paragraph 2. The information referred to in paragraph 1 shall be that : 1, no. 1, must be kept for at least five years, and shall be requested to be available to the Food Service.
Paragraph 3. Measures to be taken in accordance with paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 shall be repealed only when the suspicion of disease is discerared.
§ 8. An epidemiological inquiry carried out in accordance with this notice shall include :
1) the period during which it is likely that the disease has been present on the farm of aquaculture ;
2) information on the possible source of the disease in the aquaculture sector and the identification of other aquatic farms and other aquatic organisms which may be infected ;
3) information on aquatic organisms, eggs, semen, vehicles, material or persons who may have transferred transmissible substances to or from the farm concerned ; and
4) information on any possible occurrences of disease carriers and their dissemination.
Paragraph 2. If the epidemiological enquiry is produced, the disease may have been imported from another aquatic zone or segment, another coastal area, transferred to another aquatic zone or segment or other coastal area as a result of contact with aquatic organisms, eggs, semen, animals, vehicles, persons or in any other way, shall be considered to be aquaculture farms under suspicion, and the measures referred to in section 7 shall be considered to be aquaculture ; use. If the disease is confirmed, the measures referred to in Section 13 shall apply.
§ 9. The FDA may impose on aquaculture farms and other installations with aquatic organisms in the aquatic zone around the suspected farm, a public inspection, cf. § 7.
Paragraph 2. The Food Authority may provide that aquaculture use and other aquatic organisms are mentioned in paragraph 1. 1 shall be subjected to investigations for the disease. The examinations must be carried out in accordance with the instructions of the Food Type.
§ 10. Public supervision imposed pursuant to section 7 shall be repealed by the Food Authority when the suspicion is displeted.
§ 11. Aquatic aquatic organisms and other aquatic organisms or areas of aquatic aquatic organisms shall be deemed to be infected with one of the diseases referred to in Section 1, where the Food Authority, on the basis of clinical signs or laboratory tests, have been carried out ; at the DTU Veterinary Institute or any other of the Food Authority, the laboratory approved shall conclude that the aquatic organisms are infected with one of the diseases referred to in Article 1.
§ 12. Following the contamination of infection with one of the diseases referred to in Article 1, the health status of aquaculture is categorized or other aquatic organisms, as category V (infected) for the disease in question.
§ 13. When a farm is found to be infected, cf. Article 11 requires public supervision on the farm of the Food and Food Management Board. The public inspection may, in addition to the measures mentioned in section 7, include the following measures and restrictions :
1) All aquaculture animals must be removed after a plan approved by the Food Authority.
2) All farm production facilities for aquaculture must be emptied of water, cleaned and disinfected according to the instructions of the Food Management Board.
3) All living aquaculture animals must be killed and destroyed under the supervision of the Food Management Board in accordance with the by-product regulation, cf. however, paragraph 1 Two and three.
4) Equipment and materials likely to be contaminated after the removal of aquaculture animals, eggs and semen must be cleaned and disinfected as soon as possible in accordance with the instructions of the Food Board so as to ensure that any risk of contagious or contagious of the infectious substance is released ; survives, removes.
5) The competent authority of the farm must allow the FSA to take samples for laboratory tests at the DTU Veterinary Institute or any other of the Food Services approved laboratory.
Paragraph 2. The FDA may allow for the purpose of killing for the purpose of turnover or processing for human consumption in the event of aquaculture animals as :
1) have reached the trade dimension ; and
2) which do not show any clinical signs of disease.
Paragraph 3. In the case of non-exotic diseases, the Food Authority may allow clinical and healthy aquaculture animals to reach the size of the trade before they are slaughtered for human consumption.
Paragraph 4. The Food Management Board shall also carry out an epidemiological enquiry, cf. § 8.
§ 14. The re-establishment of new stock in aquaculture may only be carried out in writing by written consent of the FDA, which shall be given in accordance with :
1) checks on satisfactory cleansing and disinfection, and
2) following a period of time which the Food Authority provides for the eradication of the infectious agent and other possible infections in the catchment area.
§ 15. The Food Authority may provide the persons responsible for aquatic organisms, ponds or other installations with aquatic organisms intended for use or in the case of ornamental fish, suspected or infected with a disease referred to in § 1, the measures referred to in section 13 to 14 in order to prevent the contamination.
§ 16. The Food Authority shall waive the official supervision imposed by sections 7 and 13 when the measures in section 13-15 have been completed.
§ 17. When a farm is found to be infected with one of the diseases referred to in Section 1, the Food Authority shall establish a barrier zone around the infected use.
Paragraph 2. Aquaculture within the barrier zone shall be subject to public supervision, cf. § § 7 and 13.
Paragraph 3. In the area of the barrier zone, the release of aquatic organisms to the relocation of aquatic organisms, within, from or to the locking zone may be carried out only after the authorisation of the Food Authority.
§ 18. The locking zone may not be lifted at the earliest when laboratory tests have been carried out with a negative result for the disease in question on the samples taken in the zone.
§ 19. In the fight against a non-exotic disease, the health status of the aquatic species is categorized as category IV (eradication programme) for the disease in question, cf. however, paragraph 1 2.
Paragraph 2. Aquaculture may, when the measures in section 7 and 13 have been carried out, are categorized as category II.
20. The FDA shall draw up guidelines for a risk-based animal health monitoring for infectious diseases of aquatic organisms.
Paragraph 2. The guidelines for the risk-based animal health monitoring shall be published on the Food Type website (www.fvst.dk).
Paragraph 3. The frequency of animal health monitoring shall be established in accordance with the said guidelines, cf. paragraph 1.
§ 21. The Food Authority shall ensure that animal health monitoring is carried out on all farms in the area of aquaculture.
Paragraph 2. The Food Management Board shall carry out health inspections and the control of infective measures at farm level, including the autopsy and the taking of samples for laboratory testing.
Paragraph 3. In accordance with the authorisation of the Food Authority, health inspections may be carried out by the veterinary veterinarian of the aquaculture farm.
§ 22. It is not permitted to vaccinate against the diseases referred to in section 1, cf. however, paragraph 1 2.
Paragraph 2. The FDA may authorise vaccination against the diseases referred to in section 1.
Expenditure and compensation
-23. Costs for the execution of measures taken pursuant to this notice and compensation shall be carried out in accordance with the rules laid down in the notice of expenditure and compensation in the fight against animal diseases.
Paragraph 2. expenditure other than those referred to in paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 has been unrelated to the Food Authority.
Penalty and entry into force
§ 24. With fine punishment, the one who :
1) breach section 5-7, section 13, paragraph 1. One, section 14, section 17, paragraph 17. Paragraph 3 or Article 22 (3). 1, or
2) overrides terms under section 22, paragraph 1. 2.
Paragraph 2. The sentence may rise to a maximum sentence for two years if, during the action or omission, the offence has been carried out with carry on or gross negligence and that, at the time of the infringement, is :
1) any injury to human or animal health or induced danger ; or
2) obtained or intended for the economic benefit of the person concerned itself or others, including in savings.
Paragraph 3. Companies can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) punishable by the rules of the penal code 5. Chapter.
§ 25. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. August, 2013.
Paragraph 2. At the same time, notice No 1218 of 12. In December 2008 on monitoring and combating certain infectious diseases in aquatic organisms and procladition no. 780 of 15. October 1997 on the control of communicable diseases in a bivalve molluscs.
The FDA, the 18. July 2013
/ Marianne Marer
Diseth of the health status of aquaculture zones and segments of the I-V categories
The division of health status happens to each of the non-exotic diseases.
Diseases listed in lists
1) The announcement shall be part of the Council Directive (EC) No (EC) No ; 88 of 24. In October 2006 on animal health rules for aquaculture animals and products of this kind and on the prevention and control of certain diseases of aquatic animals (EU Official Journal of the European Union, L 328, p. Regulation 14-56), as amended by Commission Directive 2008 /53/EC of 30. April 2008 (EU Official Journal of 2008, L 117, p. The Commission's implementing Directive 2012 /31/EU of 25 and the Commission's implementing directive. In October 2012 (EU Official Journal 2012, L 297, p. TWENTY-SIX.