Breeding Regulations Of National Inspection

Original Language Title: Ciltsdarba valsts inspekcijas nolikums

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 819 2004 in Riga on September 28 (Mon. No 56 39) breeding national inspection regulations Issued pursuant to the public administration Act, article 16 of the equipment the first part i. General questions 1. Breeding State Inspectorate (hereinafter Inspectorate) is under the supervision of the Ministry of agriculture existing direct regulatory authority. 2. Inspection activities aimed at public administration functions under the supervision and control of breeding, as well as the control of milk quotas, in order to ensure that the scope of regulatory compliance laws and enforcement. II. Inspection functions, tasks and responsibilities 3. inspection shall have the following functions: 3.1. provide supervision and control breeding breeding area of regulatory laws in the order;
3.2. provide the milk quota control regulations for the dairy quotas in the order;
3.3. to participate in the national breeding policy. 4. To ensure that the functions referred to in paragraph 3, the execution of the inspection conducted breeding regulatory laws and regulations on milk quotas, as well as certain tasks: 4.1 breeding area monitors and controls: 4.1.1. operation of the persons who carried out the evaluation of animals and kontrolvērtēšan, monitoring, artificial insemination and embryo transfer, as well as distributes bio and breeding of embryos;
4.1.2. ciltsdokumentācij sorting accuracy;
4.1.3. livestock tracking and tagging animals in all flocks in the country;
4.1.4. compliance with applicable zootechnical and artificial insemination and embryo transplantation in the stations, as well as the monitoring and supervision of laboratory analysis equipment;
4.2. as regards milk quotas check: 4.2.1 the correctness of milk quotas allocated;
4.2.2. the records of milk quotas and correctness;
4.2.3. all accounting documentation, facilities and sites where milk and milk product manufacturing, purchasing, transportation, storage, processing and marketing of milk quality control, as well as the accumulation of information and the gathering of the herds and animals;
4.2.4. subject to the control of individuals;
4.3. prepare and submit to the Ministry of agriculture in proposals for legislation and policy planning document for the project and the measures to be taken by the national monitoring and control of the relevant competence of inspection activities;
4.4. by request of the Ministry of agriculture shall give opinions on the other institutions to prepare legislation and policy planning document projects inspection competence issues;
4.5. issuing administrative laws and external cases;
4.6. the proposals submitted to the competent authorities of the need to suspend or withdraw the accreditation of national authorisation or conformity assessment, certification and inspection bodies, which operate inspection competence areas of activity;
4.7. National behalf by private business, the required inspection activities;
4.8. preparing and submitting proposals for the Ministry of agriculture for inspection tasks necessary financing from the State budget;
4.9. According to competency represents Latvia's interests in international organisations and European institutions. 5. the Inspectorate has the right to external legal cases, to request and receive, free of charge from any person inspection tasks necessary information and documents. III. officers of the competence of the Inspectorate inspection work 6 conducts the inspection chiefs. 7. the Chief of the inspection carried out public administration facilities Act of direct public administration functions. 8. the Chief of Inspection inspection consists of administrative structures. IV. Inspection activity ensuring justice mechanism 9. inspection activities rule of law provide the inspection chiefs. Inspection Chief is responsible for the inspection of internal control and management decisions for the creation and operation of the system. 10. the Chief of the Inspectorate has the right to cancel the inspection officials issued regulations and internal regulations. 11. the Chief of the inspection shall take a decision on the individual's contested inspection officials issued the administrative act or actual action by officials. 12. inspection Chief to succeed administrative provisions and the actual action of an individual may appeal to the Court. 13. inspection at least once a year, provide to the Minister a report of the Ministry of inspection functions, and the use of budget resources. 14. at the request of the Minister of agriculture inspection report on its activities and the results achieved. Prime Minister i. Emsis Minister of Agriculture m. rose