Minimum Safety Requirements For The Transport Of Bulk Raw Sugar By Sea

Original Language Title: Obligātās nekaitīguma prasības nefasēta jēlcukura pārvadāšanai pa jūru

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 489 in Riga, 20 June 2006 (pr. No 33 43) minimum safety requirements for the transport of bulk raw sugar by sea Issued in accordance with the law of the food chain monitoring 4. the second paragraph of article 1 the rules lays down minimum safety requirements for bulk raw sugar (raw sugar) for transport by sea. 2. Sugar carried by sea containers, containers or tankers which are not exclusively reserved for the transport of foodstuffs, before human consumption or use as food ingredients prior to the refined. 3. the transport of the raw sugar tanks, containers or tanks, subject to the following conditions: 3.1 containers, containers or tanks are clean, there are no previous load balance and the check has been carried out;
3.2. tanks, containers or tanks before it has been transported liquid bulk. 4. the carrier shall retain the Raw documents that certify the content of any cargo previously carried in tanks, containers or tanks and cargo holds or tanks, tei kon Nehru cleaning of raw sugar of the dāšan before the move. 5. The provisions of paragraph 4 of the mentioned documents to add to the shipment across the raw sugar during the transport of the raw sugar to delivery to the processor. The raw processor to save a copy of these documents. 6. This provision referred to in paragraph 4 of the document are clearly visible and indelible statement: "this product must be refined before being used for human consumption" in one or more Member States of the European Union. 7. carrier of raw sugar by the food and veterinary service presented the request in paragraph 4, the provisions of the mentioned documents. Informative reference to European Union directives, the provisions included in the law arising from the Commission of 29 April 1998 Directive 98/28/EC as regards the transport by sea of bulk raw sugar granting a derogation from certain provisions of Council Directive 93/43/EEC on the hygiene of foodstuffs. Prime Minister Minister for Agriculture (A). Halloween-Minister for the environment r. vējonis