Provisions On Procedures For The Issue Of Animal And Animal Products Veterinary Health Certificate

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par kārtību, kādā izsniedz dzīvnieku un dzīvnieku izcelsmes produktu veterināro (veselības) sertifikātu

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 379, Riga, 31 May 2005 (pr. No 32 35 §) rules on procedure issued in animals and products of animal origin veterinary health certificate Issued in accordance with article 25 of the law on veterinary medicine 7. point 1. determines the order in which issues the animals and products of animal origin veterinary health certificate (hereinafter certificate).
2. to receive the certificate, the individual concerned shall be submitted to the food and veterinary service (hereinafter service) a territorial unit.
3. the certificate of individual animals and products of animal origin within the regulatory legislation (veterinary legislation) (attachment) in the cases specified shall be issued and approved by the veterinary services of the inspector or the veterinarian service empowered to issue and approve certificates (hereinafter referred to as the authorised person).
4. the person is familiar with: 4.1. veterinary legislation;
4.2. the order in which you fill in and issue a certificate;
4.3. information required for a certificate of approval;
4.4. verification and analysis (type and amount) to be taken before the certificate of approval.
5. the authorized person does not approve: 5.1 data of which it is satisfied or it can not be verified;
5.2. blank or incomplete certificates, forms;
5.3. certificate if the animals concerned or products of animal origin not verified;
5.4. If the certificate does not make the animals or animal products veterinary control.
6. If the person has other relevant certificates or certificates, the certificate confirms, on the basis of these documents.
7. The authorised person shall confirm the certificate, if the required information: 7.1 the provisions referred to in 4, 5 and 6, she has delivered another authorized person or a person who, in accordance with the mandate of the service have the right to issue the documents necessary for completion of the certificate and approval;
7.2. it is acquired on the basis of the veterinary regulations state that monitoring programs, recognized quality assurance schemes or by means of an epidemiological surveillance system.
8. Service uniform certificate issuance policy, ensuring the availability of information about the certificates issued (authorized person issued the relevant certificate).
9. the trustee has no direct commercial interest in the animals or products of animal origin, the certificate is issued, or accommodation and establishments from which they come.
10. the certificate shall be completed in the official language and at least one of the official languages of the country of destination.
11. Service copies of certificates issued in five years.
12. the Department has established a control system to prevent false or misleading, the certificate issuance and use.
13. If there are false or misleading certifications, service inspection or service in question in the investigation.
14. If the investigation of the service or during the examination finds that: 14.1. the authorised person, approve the certificate, are deliberately stated false information (misled) service in accordance with the internal laws and take all measures to prevent the recurrence of such offences;
14.2. the individual has knowingly provided false information (misled) or corrections made to the approved certificate of service in accordance with the internal laws and take all measures to prevent the recurrence of such offences.
15. the Department refused to issue further certificates for individuals who provided false information or corrections made to the approved certificate.
Informative reference to European Union directive rules included provisions deriving from Council of 17 December 1996 of the Directive 96/93/EC on animal and animal product certification.
Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of Agriculture m. Roze Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on 4 June 2005.
 
Annex a Cabinet of 31 May 2005, regulations No 379 regulations governing animal and animal product movement no PO box
Animals or animal products regulations 1.
Bovine (cows) and swine Cabinet 30 April 2002 the Regulation No. 175 "arrangements made to infectious disease prevention and control, with which both animal suffering and people" the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 April 2004 the Regulation No. 301 "Health requirements for bovine and porcine movement" 2.
Bovine semen in the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No. 204 "veterinary requirements of semen, ova and embryos of the trade" 3.
Ova and embryos of the bovine Cabinet of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No. 204 "veterinary requirements of semen, ova and embryos of the trade" 4.
Equidae in the Cabinet of 30 April 2002, the Regulation No. 175 "arrangements made to infectious disease prevention and control, with which both animal suffering and people" the Cabinet of Ministers of 18 March 2004, the Regulation No 145 "rules on the veterinary requirements of the circulation and the equine for imports from third countries" 5.
The boar semen Cabinet of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No. 204 "veterinary requirements of semen, ova and embryos of the trade" 6.
Day-old chicks and hatching eggs for the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 April 2004 the Regulation No. 302 "poultry and hatching egg movement order" 7.
Aquaculture animals and products Cabinet 18 March 2004, Regulation No 141 of the "health requirements in fish and shellfish, aquaculture aquaculture animals and products and offers to market" the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 April 2004 the Regulation No. 251 "milk and milk products chain" 8.
Sheep and goats are the Cabinet of 30 April 2002, the Regulation No. 175 "arrangements made to infectious disease prevention and control, with which both animal suffering and people" the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the provisions of the "rules on no 206 veterinary requirements for movement of sheep and goats" 9.
Other animals, their semen, ova and embryos of the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 204 ' health requirements of semen, ova and embryos of the trade "10.
All animal groups Cabinet of 16 December 2003, the Regulation No 713 "animal transport rules" 11.
Fresh meat (except poultry) Cabinet of 27 June 2000, the provisions of no. 214 "rules on the hygiene requirements of meat and meat products storage and transportation" of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 May 2002, the Regulation No 185 "regulations on the inspection of the necessary working conditions and inspection arrangements" of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 May 2002, the provisions of no. 203 "meat and meat products labelling provisions" of the Cabinet of Ministers of 23 December 2002 rules No 555 "veterinary and hygiene requirements for slaughterhouses , the order in which animals are slaughtered for sale, and hygiene requirements to obtain meat "Cabinet of 29 April 2003 regulations No. 230" hygiene requirements for cutting, boning, slicing and packaging "12.
Fresh poultrymeat Cabinet of 27 June 2000, the provisions of no. 214 "rules on the hygiene requirements of meat and meat products storage and transportation" Cabinet of 30 October 2001, the Regulation No 460 "bird and rabbit meat chain" of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 May 2002, the Regulation No 185 "regulations on the inspection of the necessary working conditions and inspection arrangements" of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 May 2002, the provisions of no. 203 "meat and meat products labelling provisions" Cabinet of 29 April 2003 regulations no 230 ' hygiene requirements for cutting, boning, slicing and packaging of the "Cabinet of 30 March 2004, the regulations no 209" rules on animal health requirements for trade in fresh poultry meat "13.
Meat products Cabinet of 27 June 2000, the provisions of no. 214 "rules on the hygiene requirements of meat and meat products storage and transportation" of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 October 2001, the provisions of no. 427 "meat products" the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 May 2002, the provisions of no. 203 "meat and meat products labelling provisions" of the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 208 "the health requirements laid down in the meat products trade with Member States of the European Union" 14.
Malta meat and meat products of the Cabinet of Ministers of 13 February 2001, Regulation No 68 of the "hygiene requirements of minced meat and meat preparations for production and distribution of" the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 May 2002, the provisions of no. 203 "meat and meat products labelling provisions" of the Cabinet of Ministers of 23 December 2002 rules No 555 "veterinary and hygiene requirements for slaughterhouses, the order in which live trivia for disposal, are slaughtered and meat hygiene requirements for collection of the" Cabinet of 29 April 2003 regulations No. 230 "hygiene requirements for cutting cutting, Boning and packaging for the "15.
Egg products

The Cabinet of Ministers of 27 august 2002, the Regulation No. 392 "chain of egg products" 16.
Aquaculture products in the Cabinet of Ministers of 18 March 2004, Regulation No 141 of "veterinary requirements for fish and shellfish, aquaculture aquaculture animals and products and offering market" 17.
The bivalve molluscs of the Cabinet of Ministers of 20 July 1999 rules No. 265 "hygiene and labelling requirements of live bivalve molluscs to offer market" 18.
Fishing products Cabinet of 17 March 1998, Regulation No 89 of the "provisions on the rules of hygiene and freshness and size criteria for the production of fishery products and the quotation market" 19.
Rabbit and farmed game meat Cabinet of 27 June 2000, the provisions of no. 214 "rules on the hygiene requirements of meat and meat products storage and transportation" of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 May 2002, the Regulation No 185 "regulations on the inspection of the necessary working conditions and inspection arrangements" of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 May 2002, the provisions of no. 203 "meat and meat products labelling provisions" of the Cabinet of Ministers of 23 December 2002 rules No 555 "veterinary and hygiene requirements for slaughterhouses , the order in which animals are slaughtered for sale, and hygiene requirements to obtain meat "20.
Wild game meat to the Cabinet of Ministers of 27 June 2000, the provisions of no. 214 "rules on the hygiene requirements of meat and meat products storage and transportation" of the Cabinet of Ministers of 14 May 2002, the Regulation No 185 "regulations on the inspection of the necessary working conditions and inspection arrangements" of the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 May 2002, the provisions of no. 203 "meat and meat products labelling provisions" of the Cabinet of Ministers of 27 December 2002, the Regulation No 605 "order How to hunt wild animals, pretreatment, and hygiene requirements of the hunted wild game meat processing and its preparation for distribution "21.
Milk and milk products in the Cabinet of Ministers on 6 April 2004 the Regulation No. 251 "milk and milk products movement provisions" 22.
Other products of animal origin of the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 207 "regulations on veterinary requirements for trade in products of animal origin" Minister of Agriculture m. rose