Provisions On The Procedures For Controlling And Combats Salmonellosis And Other Food Products Carry Infectious Diseases Of Poultry Flocks Destined Not To Obtain Food In Bulk And Direct Supply To The Final Consumer

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par kārtību, kādā kontrolē un apkaro salmonelozi un citas ar pārtikas produktiem pārnēsājamas infekcijas slimības mājputnu ganāmpulkos, kas paredzēti pārtikas produktu iegūšanai nelielā apjomā un tiešai piegādei galapatērētājam

Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/166030

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 741 2007 in Riga in November (pr 6. No 62. § 18) provisions on procedures for the control and combat salmonellosis and other food products carry infectious diseases of poultry flocks destined not to obtain food in bulk and direct supply to the final consumer are Issued in accordance with article 25 of the law on veterinary medicine 4 and 8 point i. General questions 1. determines the order in which controls and combat salmonellosis and other food products carry infectious diseases (annex 1) poultry flocks intended for food (eggs and fresh meat) for obtaining a small amount and direct supply to the final consumer. 2. Poultry herds in the foodstuffs produced in small volumes are being marketed at retail or sold directly to the final consumer. The amount of food that is considered small, defined in annex 2. 3. the provisions shall not apply to poultry flocks which: 3.1. food products obtained from animals the owner uses the family needs or origin for personal consumption;
3.2. the kept and bred poultry are used entertainment events or scientific purposes, and from them is not collected and distributed food products;
3.3. the kept and bred poultry is home (room) and from them is not collected and distributed food products;
3.4. the ostriches are reared for meat. 4. These rules and the European Commission's July 31, 2006, Regulation (EC) no 1168/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EC) No 2160/2003 as regards a Community target for the reduction of salmonella serotype specific prevalence of species laying hens of Gallus gallus and amending Regulation (EC) no 1003/2005, compliance with the requirements of the monitoring and control of the organized food and veterinary service (hereinafter service). 5. The owner or keeper of the animals creates log (log). Recorded in the register maintained for not less than two years after the slaughter of poultry. The registry regularly information on: 5.1. poultry species, age and number;
5.2. the movement of poultry, the destination of the shipment, sent in cargo size and type.
5.3. the laboratory studies and their results, the presence of the herd and the diagnosis of the disease;
5.4. the productivity of poultry;
5.5. the consumed food and water;
5.6. what vaccinations and the number of vaccinated poultry. 6. the official veterinarian (official veterinarian) or a practicing veterinarian shall immediately notify the territorial unit of the service on the poultry disease or suspected disease of poultry with the provisions listed in annex 1 of infectious diseases. 7. Officers after this rule 6 receipt of that information to check poultry flock, take samples for laboratory examinations (official sample) and to move the diagnosis to clarify ban live poultry and distribute their products. The samples were tested in a reference laboratory to investigate. 8. the laboratory shall immediately notify the service about: 8.1. found in laboratory studies that rule 1. Add Kuma infectious diseases referred to agents;
8.2. infectious disease agents listed in the law on the prevention of communicable diseases and eradication of suffering with both animals and people. 9. the officers in collaboration with the national agency "public health agency (hereinafter the Agency) under the competency of conducting epidemiological epizootiological and epidemiological investigations, after the food product use or contact with birds are observed in human cases and suspected of infection associated with the use of a food or after contact with the birds. 10. If you suspect that the confirmed human infection associated with the use of a food or after contact with birds, and the agency according to competence defined and organised by the infection and epidemiological epizootiological control and prevention measures, if necessary, informing the citizens about it. 11. If it is found that the source of infectious diseases is the food, service and agency according to the competency decision on disease control and eradication measures, infected food detection and removal of restrictions on the food chain and the determination of the origin of the poultry headquarters. 12. Permitted to distribute poultry eggs and poultry may be sent for slaughter if: 12.1. poultry Flock is examined to determine the rules referred to in annex 1. infectious diseases, and is recognized as being free from them;
12.2. by these rules referred to in annex 1. infectious disease control and eradication measures storage is washed and disinfected and laboratory examination results show about absence of infectious diseases in the herd;
12.3. the accommodation not specified other poultry health related restrictions;
12.4. the movement of poultry before the owner or keeper of the animals has filed a declaration of movement according to the laws that determine the characteristics of animals, herd and animal identification and registration procedures. 13. The rules referred to in annex 1 of the infectious disease agents in national surveillance and control officers shall, in accordance with the infectious animal disease control programme, taking samples. 14. tuberculosis and salmonellosis, control of poultry flocks mikoplazmoz provides the owner or keeper of the animals, but the samples for laboratory examinations taken and bird tuberkulinizācij is carried out by an official veterinarian. The samples were tested in an approved laboratory to investigate. II. the agents of salmonellosis (s. enteritidis, s. typhimurium, s. hadar, s. infantis, s. virchow and s. gallinarum) control measures in ostrich herd 15. agents of salmonellosis (s. enteritidis, s. typhimurium, s. hadar, s. infantis, s. virchow and s. gallinarum) control the ostrich egg used in food acquisition yards of the owner or keeper of the animals shall: 15.1. two weeks before the start of the season laying;
15.2. the laying season-once. 16. in paragraph 15 of these rules during that period, having the total of faeces sample made up of various home locations of faecal samples taken. If the shed is more common in the home, faeces samples taken in each headquarters. III. agents of salmonellosis (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum) control measures for hens, turkeys, Guinea fowl, ducks, geese, quail, pigeons, pheasants, partridges and other birds kept in fenced areas in 17 herds salmonellosis agent (s. pullorum, s. gallinarum) control the nutritional hens, turkeys, Guinea fowl, ducks, geese, quail, pigeons, pheasants, partridges and other birds kept in fenced areas of the collection holdings of the owner or keeper of the animals once a year and provides serological investigation : 100% 17.1. adult poultry, if the herd is 1-10 poultry;
17.2.10% adult poultry, where a herd contains an 11-100 poultry;
17.3.5% adult poultry, if the herd is 101-999 poultry. 18. If it is not possible to take blood every six months having a total faecal sample, consisting of various home locations take separate faeces samples, each weighing not less than one gram (annex 3). If the shed is more common in the home, faeces samples taken in each headquarters. IV. agent of salmonellosis (s. enteritidis, s. typhimurium, s. hadar, s. infantis, s. virchow) control measures for hens, turkeys, Guinea fowl, ducks, geese, quail, pigeons, pheasants, partridges and other birds kept in fenced areas flock 19. agents of salmonellosis (s. enteritidis, s. typhimurium, s. hadar, s. infantis, s. virchow) control of poultry used in food collection in the yards of the owner or keeper of the animals shall ensure: 19.1. one day-old poultry;
19.2. for poultry-two weeks before the start of the season laying;
19.3. adult poultry-once the laying season, and four weeks before being sent to the slaughterhouse. 20. These provisions 19.1. in the case referred to in subparagraph: taken from the container the washings 20.1. internal surfaces, which day-old poultry brought to accommodation;

20.2. the material from day-old poultry that died during transport. 21. This rule 19.2 and 19.3. in the case referred to in paragraph 1 the bottom having a total faecal sample, consisting of various home locations reflect individual faeces look maritime industries and services, each less than one gram (annex 3). If the shed is more common in the home, faeces samples taken in each headquarters. 22. the agent of salmonellosis (s. enteritidis, s. typhimurium, s. hadar, s. infantis, s. virchow) control in accommodation where grown broiler and Turkey meat, the owner or keeper of the animals provides 7-10 days before the dispatch of poultry to the slaughterhouse, taking total faecal sample. Total faecal samples from different locations in the home take separate faeces samples, each weighing not less than one gram (annex 3). If the shed is more common in the home, faeces samples taken in each headquarters. 23. the agents of salmonellosis (s. enteritidis, s. typhimurium, s. hadar, s. infantis, s. virchow) control yards on which there are quail, ducks, geese, pigeons, pheasants, partridges and other birds kept in fenced areas for meat, the owner or keeper of the animals shall ensure every six months, but the slaughter of the bird Group-7-10 days prior to dispatch to the slaughterhouse, taking total faecal sample. Total faecal samples from different locations in the home take separate faeces samples, each weighing not less than one gram (annex 3). If the shed is more common in the home, faeces samples taken in each headquarters. V. Mikoplazmoz (m. gallisepticum, m. synovia) and agent of tuberculosis (m. Avium) control measures 24 Mikoplazmoz herd of ostrich's agent (m. gallisepticum, m. synovia) control which sites are grown edible ostrich egg retrieval, the owner or keeper of the animals shall ensure that: 24.1. adult ostriches-once a year, serological investigation of blood look gus 10% poultry herd;
24.2. the dead one day-old poultry-bacteriological investigation of samples from air bags. 25. the agent of tuberculosis (m. Avium) control which sites are grown edible ostrich egg retrieval, the owner or keeper of the animals once a year, provide to the tuberculin test in the investigation of 10% of the adult poultry flock. Vi. the agent of tuberculosis (m. Avium) control measures for hens, turkeys, Guinea fowl, ducks, geese, quail, pigeons, pheasants, partridges and other birds kept in fenced areas in a herd of 26 agents of tuberculosis (m. Avium) control in the shed where poultry is grown edible eggs, poultry, who reached the age of 18 months. 27. the agent of tuberculosis (m. Avium) control of the owner or keeper of the animals once a year and provides the official with tuberculin assay investigates: 27.1.50% adult poultry, where a herd contains up to 100 poultry;
27.2.10% adult poultry, where a herd of more than 100 poultry. VII. Salmonellosis, tuberculosis and mikoplazmoz agents for measures against poultry flocks 28 officers for poultry shed down the restrictions referred to in this chapter, if after this provision referred to in paragraph 8 of the sample collection, finds that the headquarters of the poultry is salmonellosis, mikoplazmoz or tuberculosis. 29. If the shed is the number of samples taken in the home, each headquarters, in which the poultry. 30. The affected lodgings: 30.1. and its territory prohibited to import and export from its poultry;
30.2. the infected poultry are transported and slaughtered separately from healthy poultry;
30.3. the owner or keeper of the animals organised movement of persons headquarters (defines the circle of persons who are allowed to visit the sites of the territory). The place where the equipment is equipped with necessary appliances, shoes and hands of the running vehicle disinfection;
18.9. entry and exit at places with disinfectant solution impregnated carpets that destroys infectious disease agent;
5. dead and killed birds, processed in accordance with the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 October 2002 Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 laying down health rules concerning animal by-products not intended for human consumption (hereinafter referred to as the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002);
manure, slurry 30.6. used litter and place the biotermisk processing (disinfect self-heating of the product affected by the micro-organism, during which temperatures reach such a temperature of 60oC. provide not less than two weeks) the places where the environment is not polluted and there is no risk of spreading the infection to humans or animals;
19.1. the officers or the permission of the official veterinarian, poultry sent to the slaughterhouse. Of these birds for meat after the inspection findings (if it does not prohibit the use of meat food production) distributes after heat treatment that destroys infectious disease agent;
19.1. human consumption in unmarked eggs processed in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 lays down the procedure, but labelled eggs with officers or authorised by the official veterinarian shall egg products manufacturer. Manufacturer of egg products eggs, heat treated, using a method that guarantees the destruction of infectious disease agents;
19.2. allowed poultry killing and their bodies processed pursuant to European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 lays down the procedure;
30.10. After all the infected poultry and eggs out of the headquarters of the supervision of the official veterinarian clean, washed and disinfected with products that are effective against infectious disease found in livestock agent;
30.11. by infected poultry transportation cages, vehicles, materials and objects under the supervision of the official veterinarian in clean, washed and disinfected by means which ensure the destruction of infectious agents. 31. If the poultry shed finds salmonellosis agents, officers of the laboratory sample to the investigation of the bird feed. 32. If the poultry feed is found for salmonellosis proponents, officers: 32.1. investigation and epizootiological takes samples at various stages of the production of poultry feed;
32.2. the control of animal waste processor activity, as well as their farm operation, which supplies poultry feed with all the rapid spread of the agent of salmonellosis. Animal waste processing site and farm officers takes samples from poultry feed in different production stages. In the sample to be examined is found to infectious disease agents, infected poultry feed is heat treated to kill infectious agents, or processed in European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002. 33. following that rule 30, paragraph measures the poultry can be inserted in the headquarters, if: 33.1. disinfection has been carried out in the laboratory control and results attest to the infectious disease agents in the absence of. In this case, the officers shall abolish restrictions;
33.2. following the eradication of salmonellosis in poultry import measures are investigated the causative agent of salmonellosis (s. typhimurium, s. enteritidis, s. hadar, s. infantis, s. virchow and s. pullorum, s. gallinarum) and their presence is not detected. Until the results of imported poultry are kept isolated from other poultry on the holding;
33.3. the tuberculosis eradication measures carried out by the poultry import tuberkulinizācij, during which proponents of tuberculosis has been found (negative result). Until the results of imported poultry are kept isolated from other poultry on the holding;
20.8. after mikoplazmoz's actions to combat the imported ostrich is serological or bacteriological agents investigated mikoplazmoz's and they are not found. Until the results are kept isolated ostriches imported from other shed existing ostrich. 34. If there is a suspicion of the existence of the agent of Avian salmonellosis in a slaughterhouse: 34.1. the official or authorized veterinarian take samples and send them for laboratory examination;
21.3. the service shall act to ensure that the kautprodukt distribution. VIII. Closing question 35. Regulations shall enter into force by 1 January 2008. Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2007, regulations no 741 poultry infectious diseases no p.k. infectious diseases infectious disease agent name 1. Salmonellosis salmonella enteritidis, Salmonella typhimurium, salmonella hadar, salmonella virchow, salmonella infantis, salmonella pullorum, salmonella gallinarum 2. Mikoplazmoz of Mycoplasma gallisepticum, Mycoplasma synovia 3. Tuberculosis Mycobacterium Avium Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 2 Cabinet on 6 November 2007, regulations no 741 poultry flocks for the volume of a foodstuff that is considered small and intended for direct supply to the final consumer no BC poultry food products 1. Fowl, turkeys, Guinea fowl, ducks, geese, quails, pigeons, pheasants, partridges and other birds kept in fenced areas for the taking of eggs shed in the years are kept no more than 999 poultry 2.

Fowl, turkeys, Guinea fowl, ducks, geese, quails, pigeons, pheasants, partridges and other birds kept in fenced areas to get the meat a year are slaughtered not more than 10000 ostrich eggs poultry 3. acquisition of the shed is realized in the year of no more than 250 ostrich eggs Farming Minister m. Rose of annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 November 2007, regulations no 741 number of poultry on the holding from which the samples are taken in total faecal faecal samples to create a number of Poultry shed seats in a poultry shed taken from faeces samples 1-24 as is the bird, no more than 20 or 25-29 30-39 40-20 25 49 30 50-59 35 60 50 40 90-89-199 200-249 250-349 100 200 350-450-799 800 220 449 250-999 Minister of Agriculture 260 m. rose