Regulation (2009:1464) With Instruction For The State's Agricultural Work

Original Language Title: Förordning (2009:1464) med instruktion för Statens jordbruksverk

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section 1 of the State's agricultural work, as the administrative authority in

Agriculture, fisheries and related

rural development mission is to work for sustainable

development, a high level of animal protection, a dynamic and

competitive business throughout the country and a

food production for the benefit of consumers.

Regulation (2011:644).

2 § the museums shall

1. have the overall responsibility for the implementation of the EU

common agricultural policy,

2. be the managing authority for Sweden's rural development programme

and fishing programs, and

3. to create the conditions for a viable agriculture in

less-favoured areas. Regulation (2011:644).

3 § the museums shall

1. ensure a good animal health in animals in

human health,

2. prevent the spread of and combat disease in animals in

human health,

3. ensure a high level of animal welfare,

4. Prevention of the spread of and to combat harmful organisms, and

5. for their part of the food chain promoting safe food

and consumer concerns.

4 § the museums shall

1. promote the generation target for environmental work and the

environmental quality objectives which Parliament has determined is reached and at

propose measures for environmental work development,

2. coordinate the monitoring, evaluation and reporting in question

the environmental quality objective a varied agricultural landscape, and

3. to create the conditions for a rich and varied

farmland is maintained, that biodiversity

promoted and agricultural pressures on the environment becomes so small

as possible. Regulation (2011:644).

5 § the museums shall ensure that its regulations, General

advice and other guidance documents are designed in such a

way that they are cost effective and simple to follow and

understand for citizens and businesses. The authority shall also include in its

activities otherwise facilitate citizens ' and companies '

contacts with the Agency.

6 § the museums shall integrate a gender perspective in

their activities.

Individual-based statistics are to be consistently presented and

analysed by sex as overall basis if it

no special reasons against this.

section 7 of the authority shall, within the framework of its own activities, and

in collaboration with other stakeholders, to contribute to the implementation of the

Sweden's policy for global development.

7 a of the Agency may perform the service exports which are directly

linked to the development cooperation authority

conducts internationally. Regulation (2014:869).

8 § the museums shall participate in the implementation of the regional

emerging work on the basis of Ordinance (2007:713) if

regional growth work and in accordance with the priorities

in the national strategy for regional competitiveness,

entrepreneurship and employment.

8 a of the authority shall contribute to promote and develop

fisheries, aquaculture and fishing tourism.

Regulation (2011:644).

8 (b) § the museums shall interact with marine and water

and provincial governments on issues that are of importance for marine and

aquatic environment, fisheries, aquaculture and fishing industry.

Regulation (2011:644).

Specific tasks

9 § the museums shall

– that the paying agencies of EU aid under the European Parliament's

and Council Regulation (EU) no of 17 december

2013 for funding, management and monitoring of the

common agricultural policy and repealing Council

Regulations (EEC) no 352/78, (EEC) No 165/94, (EC) no

2799/98, (EC) no 814/2000, (EC) No 1290/2005 and (EC) no

485/2008, in wording pursuant to European Parliament and Council

Regulation (EU) No 1310/2013, and

– as the paying authority pursuant to Council Regulation (EC) no

1198/2006 of 27 July 2006 on the European Fisheries Fund

(EFF), in the wording pursuant to European Parliament and Council

Regulation (EU) No 387/2012

1. answer for payouts from the European agricultural guarantee fund

(EAGF), the European agricultural fund for

rural development (EAFRD) and the European Fisheries Fund

(EFF) through the Central it system administration is responsible for,

2. conduct internal audit of EU subsidies within the relevant


3. coordinate the county administrative boards, the Sami Parliament and the National Board of forestry

handling of EU aid to agriculture and for

rural development,

4. coordinate the County Administrative Board's handling of EU aid to

fishing, and

5. be responsible for the handling of cases under the

the conciliation procedure provided for in article 52 of

European Parliament and Council regulation 1306/2013, in the

original wording, with the exception of cases involving

political assessments or other assessments which are not

are mainly of a technical nature. Regulation (2014:869).

10 § the museums shall take measures to ensure

the availability of veterinarians in the event of outbreaks of infectious

animal diseases as well as to all animals in human care should

to be able to get health care.

Availability of veterinary medical care to animals,

be whatever time of day if there are

animal welfare reasons.

11 § the museums shall, in those areas where the district veterinarians

established conduct health care for farm


12 § the museums shall in such areas as referred to in section 11 also

managing health care for horses and pets on

a primary care level as determined by the authority in advance with

limited equipment and without the possibility of stationärvård.

Authority may perform the care in addition to the primary health care level

horses and pets if such care is not available

within a reasonable distance.

paragraph 13 of the authority shall perform the duties of a Member State

under article 13 of the European Parliament and of the Council

Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 of 29 april 2004 on official

controls performed to ensure the verification of compliance with

feed and food law,

animal health and animal welfare. The contingency plan must be drawn up after

consultation with the NFA.

section 14 of the authority, in its field of activity, assist

NFA with footprint for the total control plan

and the annual report referred to in the European Parliament and

Council Regulation (EC) No 882/2004. The dossier shall be prepared

in accordance with articles 42 and 43 in the case of

control plan and article 44 of this regulation when it

case report.

section 14 (a) at the request of the State Provincial Office may in

its area of operation to perform such audits referred to in

Article 4(6) of Regulation (EC)

No 882/2004 of the County Administrative Board's verification activities, which

the provision applied or has been made applicable under

national law. Regulation (2015:295).

15 § the museums shall, within its field of activity, assist

NFA information according to

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 of the

on 23 February 2005 on maximum residue levels for

pesticide residues in or on food and feed of

plant and animal origin and amending

Council Directive 91/414/EEC.

section 16 of the authority may, on behalf of the individual in his or her

area of operation assist in activities to a

food or feed installation shall be approved by the third country

for exports there of food or feed.

Regulation (2014:869).

17 § the museums shall provide administrative support as well as

lease premises to the disciplinary board for animal health

health care as agreed between authorities.

section 18 Authority is responsible for providing training that

aims to ensure that the reasons for mutual relief actions have sufficient

competence to implement the vision at the agricultural tenancy under 9

Cape. land code.

section 19 of the authority shall, in respect of their environmental efforts under 1

and 2 to report to the environmental protection agency and consulting work

If the reporting is needed. Regulation (2011:644).

The Agency's management

section 20 Authority is headed by a head of Government.

section 21 at the Agency, there shall be an Advisory Council consisting

of no more than eight members.


section 22 of the authority is a Department,

District veterinarians, performing veterinary information

According to section 10, as well as in other organizational units

the authority determines.

An organizational unit within the Agriculture Department that is

organizationally separate from the district veterinary surgeons should

ensure the availability of veterinarians according to section 10 of by

procurement under the Act (2007:1091) on public procurement

or by giving assignments to district veterinarians.

District veterinarians may submit a tender in such


section 23 of the district veterinarians may only be established where the

It is necessary to ensure the availability of veterinarians

According to section 10. The Department shall perform the tasks specified in the

section 11 and shall perform the tasks specified in section 12.

Veterinarians in the Department may perform tasks

official veterinarians and other public duties.

Positions and assignments

section 24 of the Director-General is the head of Government.

section 25 is repealed by Regulation (2014:869).

26 section at the Agency, there shall be a veterinary officer.

Veterinary Manager will be Sweden's representative at

The World Organisation for animal health (OIE) and at the

European Commission foot-and-mouth disease (EUFMD) within the United Nations

Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Veterinary Manager

shall also be the Chief Veterinarian (CVO) in the

The EU.

Special bodies

section 27 at the Agency, there shall be an advisory body in

the form of a Council for cooperation, comprehensive planning,

governance and other issues of strategic importance for

the handling of aid for agriculture and rural areas.

The Council consists of the Director-General and not more than seven other

members and six alternates. The Director-General is

Chairman. Members and alternates shall be employees of

The State's agricultural work or provincial governments and appointed by the

authority for a specified period of time. Regulation (2014:869).

28 section within the Agency, there should be ethical

Councils. The animal ethics committees ' task is to examine

proceedings under section 21 of the animal welfare Act (1988:534). Closer

rules on the organisation and composition of the boards of

see the animal welfare Ordinance (1988:539).

28 a section within the Agency, there shall be an advisory body in

the form of a National Committee to fulfil the tasks

as is clear from article 49 of the European Parliament and the Council

Directive 2010/63/EU of 22 september 2010 on the protection of animals

used for scientific purposes, in the original

the wording.

The authority may provide for the Committee's

composition and working methods. Regulation (2014:869).

Staff disciplinary board

section 29 of the authority, there shall be a staff disciplinary board.

Applicability of certain regulations

section 30 of the authority shall apply the staff representatives Ordinance

(1987:1101) and internal audit regulation (2006:1228).


section 31 of the authority may charge fees for the Agency's

Commission activities relating to

– District veterinarians,

– water management,

– laboratory investigations, quality analyses, and other

studies on the seed and plant varieties,

-quality analysis of feed grain and kvarnspannmål,

– the activities referred to in section 16, and

— service exports are conducted in accordance with paragraph 7 (a).

The authority may provide for fees

size. Regulation (2014:869).

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