Rules On Biosecurity Measures For Animal Holding

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par biodrošības pasākumu kopumu dzīvnieku turēšanas vietām

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 291 in Riga on 9 June 2015 (pr. No 28 14. §) rules on biosecurity measures for animal holding issued in accordance with article 25 of the law on veterinary medicine 19. point 1. determines: 1.1., the category of animal species and populations which are to apply to the biosecurity measures; 1.2. the requirements for the development of biosecurity measures for animal holding areas. 2. Provisions relate to: 2.1. poultry (hens, turkeys, Guinea fowl, ducks, geese, quail, pigeons, pheasants, partridges and other birds kept in restricted areas) accommodation, except for sites where poultry are kept for egg and meat in a small amount or where the products obtained are used for consumption in your diet; 2.2. the bull-Antelope (including Bubalus Bubalus and Bison Bison), swine, sheep and goats and collection centres, facilities and marketing the animals animal holding in which the animals are kept in isolation until the export to third countries; 2.3. the accommodation where there and grown pig species. 3. The owner or keeper of the animals is responsible for biosecurity measures (hereinafter referred to as the plan) the development and implementation of these provisions in the animals referred to in paragraph 2, the holding, except in the owner or holder of the animals out there fed swine species, not moving from the holding area to other sites or slaughter. 4. The owner or keeper of the animals that are there: 4.1 fed swine species, not moving from the holding area to other sites or the slaughterhouse complied with this provision of the annex 1, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9 and 12 above biosecurity measures; 4.2. the breeding animals or bred animals of the porcine species by moving them from the holding area to other sites or slaughterhouse shall respect the rules set out in the annex to the biosecurity measures. 5. the measures designed to ensure: 5.1 animal holding and the purity of the equipment; 5.2. the vehicles and control the movement of visitors; 5.3. the isolation of animals, if necessary; 5.4. the animal by-products, animal carcasses, until their removal to storage of by-products processing plant; 5.5. the briefing on bio-security and hygiene measures. 6. the plan shall include procedures for: 6.1. clean, disinfected, dezinsekc and deratiz in the animal holding; 6.2. the cleaned and disinfected as appropriate feed storage tanks, feed supply equipment and inventory; 6.3. clean and disinfected vehicles belonging to the accommodation for the carriage of animals; 6.4. the recorded movements of animals; 6.5. registered and izbraucošo makes vehicles; 6.6. register people who visit the sites; 4.2. ensure that visitors comply with the bio-security requirements and take hygiene measures; 6. According to the need to distinguish between animals, as well as the requirements of distinct animal care, feeding and observation; 6.9. store the animal by-products, animal corpses, until their removal to the by-products processing plant; 6.10. employees comply with the hygiene requirements; 6.11. the employees are briefed on the biosecurity measures; 6.12. the accommodation space of input and output provide footwear disinfecting. 7. If the swine species, the owner or keeper of the animals does not provide any of the biosecurity measures specified in the annex to these provisions, food and veterinary service officer shall take a decision on the movement of animals and their products. 8. This provision prohibition referred to in paragraph 7 of the food and veterinary service Inspector cancels within five working days of the day during the review finds that the animal owner has prevented a previous investigation found irregularities and shed biosecurity measures are complied with. 9. Be declared unenforceable for Cabinet 2013 20. Regulation No 621 august "rules on biosecurity measures for animal holding" (Latvian journal, 2013, 2014, 181. No; 139, 143, 165, 190, 220. no). 10. the animal owner's commitment in his animal shed year does not hold animals of the porcine species, signed before the date of entry into force of the provisions, in force until completion.
Informative reference to European Union directive rules included provisions deriving from Council 26 June 1964 directives 64/432/EEC on animal health problems affecting intra-Community trade in bovine animals and swine. The Prime Minister is the Rapidity of the farming Minister Newsletters John Dūklav annex Cabinet 9 June 2015 by Regulation No 291 biosecurity measures on holdings where animals of the porcine species 1. animal of the porcine species (except point 2 of this annex these animals) kept in closed rooms, removing stray and feral animal access to the animals. 2. the wild animals of the porcine species which are kept fenced areas, animals of the porcine species, of which the physiological and Ethological needs shall not be kept indoors and organically certified pigs there with a double fence enclosed the area in which the distance between fences not less than one metre. 3. animals of the porcine species not allowed fed to food waste. 4. regularly clean the shed, deratiz, dezinsekc, and disinfected. 5. At the accommodation space of input and output provide footwear disinfecting. 6. the shed is the place of the porcine species to monitor the separation from other sites imported animals under the arrangements provided for in the action plan. 7. the territory of the holding or shed is installed, animal by-products storage, space, construction or equipment that meets the following requirements: 7.1 that is waterproof and suitable accommodation for the number of animals and animal by-products obtained in quantity. 7.2. you can not get into or accessed by unauthorised persons, wild animals, birds and rodents; 7.3. it is located as near as possible to the entrance to the shed or in the place in which the collection vehicle can collect by-products, without passing through the holding area. 8. unauthorised persons is limited access for animal holding. If you need to get into animal holding visitors provided with disposable or clean protective clothing and safety shoes. Visitors informed on biosecurity measures and monitors their observance. 9. visitors take hygiene measures (such as wash or disinfect their footwear, hand). 10. Closed type feed stores regularly cleansed and disinfected as appropriate. Open-type animal feed stores regularly cleaned, sanitized and deratiz. 11. Accommodation is implemented and maintained visitor registration. 12. staff members are provided with work or change of clothing and footwear (work or change of clothing and footwear used exclusively in place of animal housing). 13. in the performance of work duties, employees comply with the hygiene measures (such as wash their hands, disinfected shoes and hands). Minister of agriculture John Dūklav