Ordinance On Veterinary Border Inspection Posts And Inspection Centres And Designated Points Of Entry

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om veterinære grænsekontrolsteder og inspektionscentre samt udpegede indgangssteder

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Overview (table of contents)



Title I



Executive order area and definitions





Chapter 1



Area





Chapter 2



Definitions





Section II



Veterinary border inspection posts and inspection centres





Chapter 3



Location





Chapter 4



Use, installation, operation and funding





Title III



Designated points of entry





Chapter 5



Location





Chapter 6



The establishment, operation and funding





Title IV



Joint deployment of a border inspection post/inspection centre and a designated point of entry





Chapter 7



Common application





Title V



Supervision as well as suspension and revocation





Chapter 8



Supervision and revocation of the veterinary border inspection posts and inspection centres





Chapter 9



Supervision and withdrawal of designated points of entry





Title VI



Punishment and entry into force, etc.





Chapter 10



Criminal provisions





Chapter 11



Entry into force, etc.





Annex 1



Conditions for the approval of Community border inspection posts and inspection centres





Annex 2



Registration of the minimum data





Annex 3



Registration of data for returned goods (third countries)



The full text of the Ordinance on veterinary border inspection posts and inspection centres and designated indgangssteder1)

Under section 38, § 67 and section 70, paragraph 3, of the law on the keeping of animals, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 466 of 15. may 2014, § 42, § 49, § 50, section 52, paragraph 2, and section 60, paragraph 3, of the law on food, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 467 of 15. may 2014, and § 1, paragraph 2, of the law on animal feed, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 477 of 15. may 2014, be determined in accordance with the authorization given pursuant to section 7, no. 1, 3 and 4, in order No. 511 of 23. April 2015 about food administration tasks and powers: Section in the Executive area and definitions Chapter 1 Scope § 1. The notice sets out the rules for operators setting up and operation of the veterinary border inspection posts and inspection centres in association with existing veterinary veterinary border inspection posts for the purpose of control of imports from third countries of: 1) live animals, 2) animal food, 3) animal by-products and derived products thereof, including animal feed, 4) semen, ova, embryos and eggs, 5) hay and straw and 6) other products and articles by which diseases and zoonotic infectious agents can be spread.

(2). The Decree also lays down additional provisions for the establishment and operation of operators designated entry points with a view to official controls of certain non-food of animal origin and certain non-feedingstuffs of animal origin from third countries to the provisions contained in Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 669/2009 on the implementation of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 882/2004 as regards a more intensive public scrutiny of certain feed and food of non-animal origin and amending Decision 2006/504/EC.





Chapter 2 Definitions section 2. For the purposes of this order: 1) border inspection post: A control position, which has been approved by the European Commission to carry out the veterinary checks on live animals and products, as referred to in § 1, paragraph 1, upon arrival from third countries into the EU's external border in Denmark.

2) Inspection Centre: A control position, which has been approved by the Food Agency to carry out the veterinary checks on live animals and products, as referred to in § 1, paragraph 1, upon arrival from third countries into the EU's external border in Denmark.

3) Border veterinarian: A veterinarian who is employed by the Food Agency.

4) Designated point of entry: A control position, approved by the veterinary and Food Administration to carry out official controls of certain non-animal foods and some non-animal feedingstuffs upon arrival from third countries into the EU's external border in Denmark, see. art. 3, 4 and 19 of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 669/2009 on the implementation of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 882/2004 as regards a more intensive public scrutiny of certain feed and food of non-animal origin and amending Decision 2006/504/EC.

5) Operators: ports, airports, business organizations, trade associations, individual companies, ferry centres or other private stakeholders, which establishes and operates an approved veterinary border inspection post or inspection centre or an approved designated point of entry.

6) animal by-products: entire bodies or parts of animals, animal products or other products derived from animals not intended for human consumption.

7) Derivative products: products obtained by means of one or more treatments, transformations or steps of processing of animal by-products.

8) TRACES: the integrated computerised veterinary system, see. decision 2004/292/EC on the application of the Traces system and amending Decision 92/486/EEC, as last amended by decision 2005/515/EC.





Title II of the veterinary border inspection posts and inspection centres Chapter 3 section 3 Location. A border inspection post and inspection center to be located in the immediate vicinity of the place where the products, etc. mentioned in § 1, paragraph 1, originating in third countries introduced into Denmark and in an area which is designated or approved by the Customs authorities pursuant to article 38, paragraph 1, subparagraphs (a) (b) of Regulation (EGF) nr. 2913/92 establishing the Community customs code, IE. a Customs office or a free zone in ports or airports.

(2). A border inspection post and inspection center located at a certain distance from the place where live animals and animal products originating in third countries, etc. introduced into Denmark, however, can be accepted, if it due to geographical conditions, URf.eks. lossekaj, is necessary, and if the area is designated or approved by the Customs authorities pursuant to article 38, paragraph 1, subparagraphs (a) (b) of Regulation (EGF) nr. 2913/92, IE. a Customs office or a free zone in ports or airports.

(3). A border inspection post and inspection center to be headed by a border veterinarian who has the actual responsibility for control. Border veterinarian may be assisted by specially trained auxiliary staff to carry out the veterinary checks.

(4). An inspection centre must be associated with an approved border inspection post and shall be located in the immediate vicinity of the border inspection post, therefore, the inspection centre is under the border veterinarian control.





Chapter 4 the use, installation, operation and financing section 4. A border inspection post and any inspection centre shall only be used when it has been approved and included in the Community list of border inspection posts and associated inspection centres authorized to carry out veterinary checks on animals and animal products, etc. from the third countries referred to in article. decision 2009/821/EC establishing a list of approved border inspection posts, certain rules for the checks carried out by the veterinary experts from the Commission, and of veterinary units in Traces.

(2). A border inspection post and inspection center, approved and included in the Community list, in accordance with article 3. (1) to carry out veterinary controls of food of animal origin, shall only be used when it has been approved in accordance with the Ordinance on the approval and registration of food businesses.

(3). A border inspection post and inspection center, approved and included in the Community list, in accordance with article 3. (1) to carry out the veterinary checks of breeding material, animal by-products and derived products thereof, etc., must first be taken into use after it has been registered or approved pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1069/2009 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). Application for registration or approval is sent to the Food Agency.

(4). A border inspection post and inspection center, approved and included in the Community list, in accordance with article 3. (1) to carry out veterinary inspection of animal feed, must first be taken into use after it has been registered or approved in accordance with the Executive order on feed and feed business operators.





§ 5. Application for the establishment of a border inspection post or an inspection center in conjunction with an approved border inspection post are submitted together with a scale drawing of the facilities for the Food Agency.

(2). When the food agency has estimated that the new border inspection post or inspection centre complies with the rules laid down in this Ordinance, sets the Food Agency for the EU Commission, to the border inspection post, respectively, inspection centre can be approved and included in the Community list, in accordance with article 3. section 4, paragraph 1.





§ 6. The operator shall carry out the necessary investments in connection with the establishment, setting up and operation of a border inspection post or an inspection center.

(2). It is the responsibility of the operator, at its own expense, to make sure that the border inspection post and inspection centre at any time satisfies the following conditions: 1) For checks on live animals: points 1-2 and 4-10 in part 1a of annex 1.

2) For control of products of animal origin, etc.: paragraph 4-12 in Part 1b and section 2 of annex 1.


(3). The operator makes available at no cost to the State of the border inspection post and inspection centre's premises, facilities and technical and administrative equipment available for veterinary and Food Administration and shall bear the additional costs for Auditors resulting from guard system.





Title III Designated points of entry Chapter 5 Location § 7. A designated point of entry shall be located in the immediate vicinity of the place where certain non-food of animal origin and certain non-feedingstuffs of animal origin from third countries introduced into Denmark and in an area which is designated or approved by the Customs authorities pursuant to article 38, paragraph 1, subparagraphs (a) (b) of Regulation (EEC) No 2377/90. 2913/92, IE. a Customs office or a free zone in ports or airports.





Chapter 6 the establishment, operation and funding section 8. Operators can apply to the Food Agency that their facilities will be approved as designated point of entry.

(2). Application for approval as a designated point of entry shall be submitted together with a scale drawing of the facilities for the Food Agency.

(3). A designated point of entry shall only be used, see. However, paragraph 4:1) when it has been approved by the Food Agency in accordance with paragraph 1 and 2), the operator has shown evidence that the designated point of entry has been approved as a customs warehouse or similar tax customs approval for handling and storage of non-customs treated food or feed.

(4). The designated entry points must first be taken into use after they have been: 1) approved or registered by the veterinary and Food Administration, pursuant to notice of approval and registration of food business operators, or 2) approved or registered by the Food Agency pursuant to executive order on feed and feed business operators.





§ 9. The operator shall carry out the necessary investments in connection with the establishment, setting up and operation of designated points of entry.

(2). It is the responsibility of the operator, at its own expense, to ensure that the designated entry points at all times meet the minimum requirements, as referred to in article 4, paragraph (b), (d), (e) and (f) of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 669/2009.

(3). The operator makes available at no cost to the State of the designated point of entry offices premises, facilities and unloading equipment, mentioned in article 4, paragraph (b), (d), (e) and (f) of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 669/2009 available to the Food Agency.





Section IV joint deployment of a border inspection post/inspection centre and a designated point of entry Chapter 7 Common use § 10. A border inspection post and inspection centre, which is approved for the control of products of animal origin, etc., can be approved as designated point of entry on the condition that the veterinary checks on products of animal origin etc. is not compromised. Approval is also conditional on non-animal foods only checked in border inspection posts or inspection centers that are approved for food, and that non-animal feed only checked in border inspection posts or inspection centres approved for animal by-products and derived products, etc. and Food Administration may impose conditions for approval.

(2). Operators of an approved border inspection post may apply Food Agency that the approved border inspection post or inspection centre approved for common use for control of products of animal origin and animal-free products.

(3). Designated points of entry can be approved for common use for control of non-foodstuffs of animal and non-animal feed.

(4). Control and storage of each of those listed in paragraph 1 and paragraph 3, those combinations of goods must be separated in time or place, so as to avoid the risk of cross-contamination.





Title V Supervision as well as suspension and revocation Chapter 8 Monitoring and withdrawal of the veterinary border inspection posts and inspection centres § 11. Food Agency supervises the border inspection posts and inspection centres fulfil the conditions set out in this notice.





§ 12. Food agency may, in exceptional cases, and in particular to protect public and animal health suspend approval of a border inspection post or an inspection center.

(2). Food agency may recommend to the European Commission that an approval be withdrawn, provided that the conditions set out in this notice for approved border inspection posts or inspection centres are not fulfilled, or if the border inspection post or inspection centre alone is used to a very limited extent.

(3). Food agency may revoke a border inspection post or inspection centre approval for joint use for the control of products of animal origin and animal-free products, if the conditions laid down in section 10 are not met.

(4). Food agency may impose conditions in relation to the suspension or revocation under paragraphs 1-3.

(5). Food Agency does not provide operator compensation in relation to the suspension or revocation under paragraphs 1 to 3.

(6). By suspension or revocation under paragraph 1 or 2 of the border inspection post or inspection centre must only be used when it is resumed on the Community list of border inspection posts and inspection centres authorized to carry out veterinary checks on animals and animal products from third countries, etc., in accordance with the procedure referred to in sections 4 and 5.

(7). In the event of withdrawal pursuant to paragraph 3, the border inspection post or inspection centre shall only be used, when it is approved for common use for control of products of animal origin and animal-free products, see. the conditions laid down in § 10.





Chapter 9 Supervision and withdrawal of designated points of entry section 13. Food Agency supervises the designated entry points satisfy the conditions laid down in this Ordinance.





§ 14. Food agency may, in exceptional cases, and in particular to protect public health, suspend or revoke the accreditation of a designated entry point.

(2). Food agency may impose conditions in relation to the suspension or revocation under paragraph 1.

(3). Food Agency does not provide operator compensation in relation to the suspension or revocation under paragraph 1.

(4). By suspension or revocation under paragraph 1, the designated point of entry only be used after approval in accordance with the procedure laid down in section 8.





Title VI Punishment and entry into force, etc.





Chapter 10 penal provisions § 15. With fine punished anyone who: 1) violates section 3, paragraph 3, section 4, section 6, paragraph 2, article 8, paragraphs 3-4, § 9, paragraph 2-3, section 10, paragraph 4, article 12, paragraph 6-7 or section 14, paragraph 4, or 2) overrides the terms set out under section 10 (1), (3). sentence, article 12, paragraph 4, or section 14 (2).

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





§ 16. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the law is punishable by a fine anyone who violates article 4, paragraph (b), (d), (e) or (f) of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 669/2009 of 24. July 2009 on the implementation of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 882/2004 as regards a more intensive public scrutiny of certain feed and food of non-animal origin and amending Decision 2006/504/EC, as last amended by the Commission's implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/1012 of 23. June 2015 amending Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 669/2009 on the implementation of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 882/2004 as regards a more intensive public scrutiny of certain feed and food of non-animal origin.





Chapter 11 entry into force, etc.





§ 17. The notice shall enter into force on 9 November. September 2015.

(2). Executive Order No. 69 of 22. January 2010 on veterinary border inspection posts and inspection centres and designated points of entry shall be repealed.

DVFA, the 4. September 2015 Esben Egede R/Jan Thiele



Annex I conditions for the approval of Community border inspection posts and inspection centres Part 1a



In order to be approved and included in the list referred to in article 6. section 4, paragraph 1, to a border inspection post for live animals have at their disposal:







1.





a special access road for transport of live animals so that the animals can avoid unnecessary waiting time,







2.





facilities, which must be easy to clean and disinfect, for loading and unloading the different means of transport, to monitor, feed and care for the animals, and if size, lighting, ventilation and feeding area must be proportionate to the number of animals to be checked,







3.





a sufficient number of veterinarians and specially trained assistants to compared to the amount of animals that need to be dealt with by the border inspection post, can check the accompanying documents, as well as perform the clinical checks provided for in articles 4, 5, 8 and 9 of Directive 91/496/EEC,







4.






sufficiently spacious rooms, including changing rooms, toilets, and for the doucher staff responsible for carrying out veterinary checks,







5.





a local and appropriate facilities to extract and process the samples for the routine checks, as provided for in Community legislation,







6.





a specialised laboratory able to carry out special analyses of samples taken by this inspection post,







7.





a company that is located in the immediate vicinity, and possessing plant and equipment to House, feed, water, care and, where appropriate, to animals for slaughter,







8.





the necessary installations, if checkpoints are used as a stopping place or transfer point for animals during transport, unloading, watering and feeding the animals, where appropriate, to arrange them in a satisfactory manner, possibly to provide necessary care, or, if necessary, to slaughter them on the spot, so that they avoid any unnecessary suffering,







9.





appropriate equipment for the rapid exchange of information with other border inspection posts and the competent veterinary authorities provided for in article 20 of Directive 90/425/EEC and







10.





equipment and facilities for cleaning and disinfecting











Part 1b



In order to be approved and included in the list referred to in article 6. section 4, paragraph 1, to a border inspection post or an inspection center for animal products, etc. at their disposal:







1.





the staff is necessary for verifying the documents (health or public health certificate or any other document as required by Community legislation) accompanying the parties,







2.





a sufficient number of vets/specially trained official persons and specially trained assistants to the parties in proportion to the quantity that needs to be dealt with at the border inspection post, can verify that the parties correspond to the accompanying documents, as well as complete physical control of the parties,







3.





sufficient staff to take and process random samples from the batches, as presented at a given border inspection post,







4.





sufficiently spacious rooms for the staff responsible for carrying out veterinary checks,







5.





a local and appropriate hygienic installations for routine analyses and sampling,







6.





a local and appropriate hygienic facilities to extract and process the samples for the routine checks (microbiological standards),







7.





a specialised laboratory able to carry out special analyses of samples taken on this inspection post,







8.





premises and cold stores for the storage of parties that have been selected for analysis, and parties such as border controls have not allowed put into free circulation,







9.





appropriate equipment for the rapid exchange of information, in particular with other border inspection posts (TRACES) and







10.





the exact address of a company, which is licensed to incinerate or co-incinerate rejected lots or animal waste.







11.





The approved border inspection posts and inspection centres must have at least one infrastructure, which includes the following facilities, which lies in a distance that is not greater than that work can be carried out effectively:





 



(a))





An Office with the necessary communication means, including telephone, fax, photocopier, TRACES the terminal, all the necessary documentation and the capacity to store documents relating to the inspection of products.





 



(b))





Communal areas, which include changing rooms, toilets and hand-washing equipment for use by the staff of the border inspection post, and which may only be shared with other staff dealing with public scrutiny.





 



(c))





An area for unloading the means of transport, which is screened or covered by a roof, except in the case of consignments of wool, which doesn't arrive in container or bulk processed animal protein, which is not suitable for human consumption, loose manure or guano or loosely loaded loaded liquid oils and fats are transported in boats, for which the requirement tag does not apply to.

For products under temperature control, which is intended for human consumption, should the transition between transport and the unloading area must be protected or sealed to the outside world, except for the fish, which is subject to a derogation.





 



(d))





An examination room, where the products are to be inspected and samples taken for further tests; the sampling area need not be separated from the examination room.





 



(e))





Appropriate storage rooms or areas, where detainees can be kept at the same time, parties either chilled, frozen or at ambient temperature under the border veterinarian control pending the results of laboratory tests or other investigations.







12.





Border inspection posts and inspection centres authorized to manage product categories in chilled or frozen or at ambient temperature must be able to simultaneously store adequate volumes of product in each temperature category. Border veterinarian must at all times have the necessary storage capacity available.

It is permissible to use commercial storage facilities near the border inspection post and in the same port or customs territory under the border veterinarian check, if the detained product is stored in a separate, lockable room or Chamber or in a zone that is completely fenced off from all other products.

Storage in separate, stand-alone containers permanently placed at the unloading area is permitted if the containers are connected to the unloading area in such a way that the reading can take place in shelter from the inclement weather. Additional storage for each product category in the means of transport by which the party was brought to the border inspection post is permitted exceptionally under the border veterinarian checks at border inspection posts at roads, railway stations or in ports.











Part 2



A border inspection post and inspection center for animal products, etc. must be designed in such a way as to ensure an adequate level of hygiene and to avoid cross contamination.







In the space at the border inspection post and inspection center, where there are unloaded, checked or stored batches, there must therefore be:







-






walls which have smooth washable surfaces and floors, which are easy to clean and disinfect and have adequate drainage







-





clean ceilings, which are easy to clean







-





adequate natural or artificial lighting;







-





adequate supply of hot and cold water in all examination rooms.







1.







Technical equipment







 



(a))





Border inspection posts and inspection centres must at all times have at least:





 

 



-





equipment (or access to equipment) for weighing of batches to be checked





 

 



-





devices for opening and examination of parties presented for study, URf.eks. a bolt scissors





 

 



-





cleaning and disinfecting equipment, which is placed at suitable locations and tailored to the needs of the inspection post, or proof that the cleaning and disinfection operations are carried out by an independent cleaning company that uses a cleaning program that is approved by the veterinary and Food Administration





 

 



-





equipment to control the temperature in the temperature-controlled spaces.





 



(b))





In examination rooms must be at least:





 

 



-





a work bench with smooth washable surfaces which are easy to clean and disinfect





 

 



-





equipment for sampling, IE. at a minimum, saw, knife, scissors, can opener, a device for sampling of consignments and sample containers





 

 



-





sealing tape and numbered seals or labels, which are clearly marked, to ensure traceability





 

 



-





a thermometer for the measurement of both surface-and core temperature, a weight and a pH meter





 

 



-





equipment to defrost or a microwave





 

 



-





facilities for the temporary storage of samples under temperature control until the sending to the lab. There should also be provided suitable containers for the transport of these samples.





 



(c))





Border inspection posts and inspection centres, there is only approved for the control of certain product categories, must have





 

 



-





in (a) above) and (b)) referred to equipment that is relevant to the parties by the border inspection post or inspection centre handles.





 

 





2.







Documentation







 



Border inspection posts and inspection centres must keep the following documentation and supply this to food authorities on request:





 

 



 



(a))





an updated list of the third countries or parts of third countries authorised to send batches for the trading area,





 



(b))





copies of the trade of the countries of the different requirements for health certificates and health certificates or any other document that must accompany the third-parties, which are sent to a trading country





 



(c))





an updated list of third country establishments which have permission to send the parties to the trade area, or supra-national approved companies when it comes to non-harmonised parties,





 



(d))





copies of any decisions relating to the prohibition or restriction of imports of parties for the trading area,





 



(e))





an updated list of approved border inspection posts throughout the trading area with all available information on these posts,





 



(f))





a current list of the free zones, free warehouses and customs warehouses as well as the safety of victualling establishments that are approved by the TAX, and to the importers in advance is registered by the veterinary and Food Administration as an importer,





 



(g))





an updated list of the relevant trading country of the establishments that are authorized to receive products which channelled the import and





 



(h))





updated versions of the legislation on veterinary checks as well as updated versions of written procedures relating to veterinary control.







3.







Registers







 



The following shall be retained in electronically or in hard copy, where those

information not recorded in TRACES at the inspection post:





 



(a))





Up-to-date information about rejected consignments which may not be imported or brought into the trading area, and which have been returned; each trading country gives the other partner countries and the Commission all information on returned lots; Food Agency sends this information to each control position





 



(b))





A register as required in accordance with Annex 2, fixing the minimum data for the purposes of databases relating to parties, brought into the trading area





 



(c))






A register of all parties for human consumption that are either returned in accordance with annex 3, shall be destroyed or be approved by border controls for uses other than human consumption; the register shall include all cases where border controls have set a date for the follow-up action when goods are rejected, sent in transit or channelled, and a follow-up is required





 



(d))





A register of all samples taken at the border inspection post, containing information on the laboratory examination has been requested, and the results (positive and negative) of these studies





 



(e))





A directory of less frequent physical control of certain parties to be imported from third countries, see. Annex 2 to the Ordinance on veterinary checks on imports of food of animal origin and on penalties for violation of related EU legal instruments. The register may be in computerised form.

















Annex 2 Registration of the minimum data border controls must register the following minimum data, where those

data is not recorded in TRACES at the border inspection post, including inspection centre:







1.







Identification of the border inspection post, including inspection centre







 



The name of the control site and code







2.







Identification of the party







 



(a))





Art and code





 



(b))





Number/quantity/units





 



(c))





Number of CVED'et





 



(d))





Third country of origin (ISO code)





 



(e))





The name and approval number of the establishment of origin





 



(f))





Trading country of destination/destination (ISO code)







3







Implemented control measures







 



(a))





Document control (completed satisfactorily/completed with no satisfactory result/Checks not implemented)





 



(b))





Identity checks (implemented with positive result/carried out with negative result/Checks not implemented)





 



(c))





Physical checks (implemented with positive result/carried out with negative result/Checks not implemented)





 



(d))





Laboratory survey (conducted with positive result/carried out with negative result/Checks not implemented)







4.







The results of the verification







 



(a))





Approval (date)





 



(b))





Return (date)





 



(c))





Destruction (date)





 



(d))





Processing (date)

















Annex 3 Registration of data for returned goods (third countries) border controls respectively. inspection centre shall record the following data of consignments of animal parties which come from third countries, where those data is not recorded in TRACES at the border inspection post:







1.







Information about border inspection post respectively. inspektionscentret





 



a)





Control the name and code (TRACES)





 



(b))





The name of the border veterinarian







2.







Information about the party







 



(a))





Varens art og KN-kode1)





 



b)





Number/quantity/units





 



(c))





Health certificate





 

 



in)





reference number





 

 



(ii))





date of issue





 

 



(iii))





the signing veterinarian name and the service he works for





 

 



(iv))





country of origin





 



(d))





Number on the CVED







3.







Information about the parties involved







 



(a))





The holding of origin or the name and address of establishment of origin's approval number





 



(b))





Exporter's name and address





 



(c))





Name and address of importer







4.







Information about the party's shipping







 




(a))





Third country of origin





 



(b))





Sender country





 



(c))





Region of origin (where applicable)





 



(d))





Country of destination





 



(e))





Consignee and address of destination (authorization number where appropriate)





 



(f))





Means of transport







5.







Information about the return







 



(a))





Date and time (if possible) for the return





 



(b))





Place of return (if it differs from the inspection post of arrival)





 



(c))





Destination (if possible)





 



(d))





Means of transport





 

 



in)





maritime transport and the ship's name:



 



 

 



(ii))





container number:



 





6.







Return reason







 



(a))





Document control





 

 



in)





accompanying document relating to a product of animal origin, not by the border inspection post is approved to control





 

 



(ii))





No certificate





 

 



(iii))





certificate is not proper





 

 

 



-





copy instead of the original





 

 

 



-





other formal errors





 

 



(iv))





error in the document





 

 

 



-





third country





 

 

 



-





region





 

 

 



-





company





 

 

 



-





additional guarantees





 

 

 



-





safeguard clause





 



(b))





Identity checks





 

 



in)





mismatch between the certificate and the party





 

 



(ii))





without proper notice or stamp, including the identification mark





 

 



(iii))





the Visual control unsatisfactory





 

 

 



-





of the item





 

 

 



-





of the means of transport





 



(c))





Physical control





 

 



in)





Shortcomings of the party established by





 

 

 



-





investigation of the party, including simple investigations at the border inspection post and, where appropriate, sample tests on Food Administration laboratories shows that food is not suitable for the desired purposes and/or do not comply with the provisions in force





 

 

 



-





laboratory study









1) see Regulation (EEC) No 2377/90. 2658/87 on the tariff and statistical nomenclature and the common customs tariff.

Official notes


1) Ordinance contains provisions that implement the following acts or parts of these EU: Council Directive 91/496/EEC of 15 July. June 1991 laying down the principles governing the organisation of veterinary checks on animals entering the community from third countries and amending Directives 89/662/EEC, 90/425/EEC and 90/675/EEC, official journal 1991, nr. L 268, page 56, last amended by Council directive 2009/156/EC of 30. November 2009 laying down the animal health conditions governing the movement and importation of equidae from third countries text with EEA relevance, the official journal of the European Union, no. L 192, p. 1, Council Directive 97/78/EC of 18. December 1997 laying down the principles governing the tilrettelæggelseaf veterinary checks on third-country products brought into the community, official journal 1998, nr. L 24, p. 9, as last amended by Council Directive 2013/20/EU of 13. may 2013 adapting certain directives in the field of food safety and veterinary and plant health policy due to the Republic of Croatia's accession, the official journal of the European Union, no. L 158, p. 234, and Commission decision 2001/812/EC of 21. November 2001 on the conditions for approval of border inspection posts responsible for veterinary checks on products from third countries, which are brought into the COMMUNITY, official journal 2001, nr. L 306, page 28, as amended by Commission decision 2006/590/EC of 1. September 2006 amending Decision 94/360/EC and 2001/812/EC as regards veterinary checks on products from third countries, the EU Official Journal No. L 240, p. 11. The Ordinance also contains provisions which are necessary for the implementation of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 669/2009 of 24. July 2009 on the implementation of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 882/2004 as regards a more intensive public scrutiny of certain feed and food of non-animal origin and amending Decision 2006/504/EC, official journal 2009, nr. L 194, p. 11, as last amended by the Commission's implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/1012 of 23. June 2015 amending Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 669/2009 on the implementation of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 882/2004 as regards a more intensive public scrutiny of certain feed and food of non-animal origin, the official journal of the European Union by 2015, nr. L 162, p. 26-32. According to article 288 of the 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 regulations immediate validity in Denmark.

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