Regulation (2009:1386) Regarding Activities In Animal Health Care

Original Language Title: Förordning (2009:1386) om verksamhet inom djurens hälso- och sjukvård

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Chapter 1. General provisions



section 1 of this regulation provides for



-obligations and responsibility for animal health personnel (Chapter 2),



-rules of jurisdiction (Chapter 3),



-exemption from the restrictions of the right to take health

animal health measures (Chapter 4),



-supervision (Chapter 5.)



-Disciplinary Board of animal health services (Chapter 6),

and



-other questions (Chapter 7).



section 2 of the concepts and terms used in this regulation has

the same meaning as in the Act (2009:302) if activities in

animal health care.



Chapter 2. Duties and responsibilities for animal health staff



section 1 of The belonging to animal health personnel should at a

secure store, manage and where appropriate

distribute the medicines he or she is responsible for.



section 2 of the State's agricultural work may provide for



1. restrictions on the right to assign work tasks

According to Chapter 2. section 3 of the Act (2009:302) if activities in animal

health care, and



2. the other obligations for animal health staff needed

for a good and safe care.



Chapter 3. Rules on jurisdiction



Veterinarians



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Identification of the veterinarian with foreign education



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Rules on professional qualifications



Article 1, paragraph 1 (a)/new letter U: 2016-04-15/

The Agriculture Department may provide for identification

for vets with such foreign education or

authorisation subject



1. EU law,



2. the agreement on the European economic area (EEA-

the agreement),



3. agreement between the European Community and its

Member States, on the one hand, and Switzerland on the other, on the free

movement of persons, or



4. the agreement on the common Nordic labour market for

some health-care professionals and veterinarians of 14

June 1993 (SUN in 1994:2) as amended by the agreement on 11 november 1998

(SUN 2001:5).



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Identification of the veterinarian with foreign education



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The Agriculture Department may provide for identification for vets with such foreign education or authorization that is covered by 1. Act (2016:145) on the recognition of professional qualifications, or 2. the agreement on the common Nordic labour market for certain health care workers and veterinarians of 14 June 1993 (the SUN in 1994:2) as amended by the agreement on november 11, 1998 (SUN 2001:5). Regulation (2016:172).



section 2 of an applicant with other foreign education or

authorization than what follows from § 1 shall receive identification

as a veterinarian if the applicant



1. have undergone additional training and completed

the practical service as needed for knowledge and

skills to correspond to the Swedish requirements;



2. have the necessary knowledge for the profession of Swedish

statutes, and



3. have the necessary knowledge for the profession in Swedish, Danish or

Norwegian language.



Proof of identification may be announced, even though the applicant has not

undergone the prescribed after education if he is very

skilled and particularly experienced in the veterinary profession.



The Agriculture Department may, after consultation with the Swedish

University of agricultural sciences, inform the

training and practical service referred to in the first

subparagraph 1.



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When the Agriculture Department considers whether a veterinarian with foreign

education meets the prerequisites for the identification,

the work, in particular, take into account the applicant's diploma, certificate and

other evidence of formal qualifications in veterinary medicine, whether that evidence is

recognised by one country within the European Union or which are the subject of the agreement

referred to in paragraph 1. The Agriculture Department should also take into account such

education or work experience he or she has

acquired in another country covered by the EEA Agreement

(EEA country) or in Switzerland.



Specialist skills



4 § Board of agriculture may, after consulting with the Food Administration,

provide for classification and designation of the

specialties in which his expertise could be achieved and

If the training required for a veterinarian to

approved as a specialist.



§ 5, A veterinarian who has the right to call itself specialist after

prior written specialiseringstjänstgöring in another EEA country

or in Switzerland shall on application be approved as a specialist in

Sweden, if the veterinarian has a Swedish identity card for the profession.



The Agriculture Department must notify the

specialist marketing vets who have undergone foreign

specialiseringstjänstgöring.



Evidence of expertise may be issued only for

specialties that are approved in Sweden.



Animal nursing



section 6 of the Agriculture Department may provide for what is required

for animal nursing.



section 7 of the Agriculture Department may provide for identification

for animal nursing with professional qualifications acquired in a

different country.



Approval as a farrier



§ 8 the Agriculture Department may provide for the

education or practical experience required to

approved as a farrier.



§ 9 the Board may provide for the acceptance

by farrier with professional qualifications acquired in another

country.



Approval for activities in animal health care



section 10 of the Agriculture Department may provide for the professions

eligible for marketing activities in

animal care referred to Chapter 3. section 6 of the Act

(2009:302) if activities in animal health,

as well as requiring additional training or practical experience

for such approval.



section 11 of the Agriculture Department may provide for approval

for activities in animal health care for

professional workers with professional qualifications acquired in another

country.



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Temporary exercise of the services



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Temporary mobility



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The Agriculture Department may, in the case of professions covered by 3

Cape. Act (2009:302) if activities in animal health

health care, provide for temporary

the provision of services, but Swedish ID or

Swedish marketing profession, for professionals who are

established in an EEA country or Switzerland.



12 §/entry into force: 04/15/2016

A practitioner who, with the support of the law (2016:145) on the recognition of professional qualifications for the first time proposes to temporarily pursue a profession subject to Chapter 3. Act (2009:302) if activities in animal health care in Sweden, shall notify the Agriculture Department if this (advance notice).



Prior notification is valid for one year and shall then be renewed by the practitioner if he or she still intends to temporarily exercise the profession here.



In urgent cases, the data may be submitted as soon as possible after the practitioner has performed its work.

Regulation (2016:172).



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The practitioner should instruct the Agriculture Department about what

activities of practitioner intends to exercise. In

urgent cases, the data may be submitted as soon as possible

After the practitioner has performed its work.



section 13/entry into force: 04/15/2016

The Board may provide for the documents to be attached to a preliminary notification under section 12. Regulation (2016:172).



Authorized by special permit



section 14 of the Agriculture Department may provide for special

authorization to the extent laid down in each particular

case exercise the profession of veterinary surgeons, animal nurse or

farrier when there are no conditions for identification

According to Chapter 3. Article 1, first paragraph (2009:302) if

activities in animal health care or approval

According to Chapter 3. paragraph 5 of the same law, the first paragraph.



The Agriculture Department may further provide that the

have identification under the patient safety Act (2010:659),

to be able to get a special permit to the extent that the

specified in each particular case the activity in animal

health care in the absence of the conditions for

the approval referred to in Chapter 3. section 6 of the Act on the activities of animal

health and medical care. Regulation (2012:527).



Procedures of the Board of agriculture



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Handling cases for identification or other

permissions



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The Agriculture Department will acknowledge receipt of the application within the

one month of receipt and inform the applicant

documents that are missing.



Cases for identification or other privileges are to be managed

promptly. Of Agriculture's decision shall be taken within three

months from the time a complete application is submitted. If the

There are special reasons, the deadline shall be extended by one month.

The applicant shall, before the original deadline has expired

be informed of the reasons for the turnaround time is extended.



Information of the applicant



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The applicant for the identification or other privileges

in accordance with the provisions adopted on the basis of 1, 2, 7, 9 or 11

§ or leave work pursuant to section 13, of the Agriculture Department

informed of the Swedish statutes that he or she

need to know and what opportunities he or she has

to get the knowledge of Swedish language necessary to

to exercise the profession in Sweden.



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The applicant for the identification or other privileges


in accordance with the provisions adopted on the basis of 1(a), 2, 7, 9 or 11 § or leave work pursuant to section 12, of the Agriculture Department informed of the Swedish statutes that he or she needs to know and what opportunities he or she has to get the knowledge of the Swedish language as needed in order to pursue the profession in Sweden.

Regulation (2016:172).



Duty to provide certificate



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Upon request by a practitioner who is authorized to

exercise a profession in animal health care in Sweden and

wishing to practise their profession temporarily in another country,

Agriculture Department issue a certificate if the practitioner

evidence and if his or her right to exercise

profession in Sweden.



If the measures referred to in section 19 of the 4 or 5 then taken

for the professional, the Agriculture Department should inform the competent

the authorities of the countries concerned.



section 17/entry into force: 04/15/2016

Upon request by a practitioner who is authorized to exercise a profession in animal health care in Sweden and who wish to exercise their profession in a country outside the EEA and Switzerland, the Agriculture Department should issue a certificate of professional qualification and if his or her right to exercise the profession in Sweden.



Rules of certification for those who want to pursue a regulated profession in another State within the EEA or in Switzerland are in Regulation (2016:157) on the recognition of professional qualifications. Regulation (2016:172).



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Information to the authority in the other country



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At the request of an authority which hears questions about

permission to practise a profession in animal health

medical care in another EEA country or of Switzerland,

Agriculture Department supply authority with the information which can

be needed for the examination of jurisdiction in a given case.

Of Agriculture's response must be provided within three months.



If the Agriculture Department announces ID or other

permission for someone who already has evidence

to exercise the profession in such a country referred to in the first subparagraph,

the work should inform the competent authority of the country

If the decision.



section 19 of the Agriculture Department shall inform the competent authority

in another EEA country or of Switzerland on the measures

taken, and the reasons for these, for a professional who has

evidence of activity in the animal health

medical care even in another EEA country or of Switzerland. This

applies when the professional has



1. been convicted of crimes in their profession,



2. given disciplinary sanction,



3. the prescribed probation,



4. received his identification card revoked, or



5. a review of their right to prescribe drugs or alcohol

limited.



Chapter 4. Exceptions to the restrictions of the right to take

health care measures on animal



section 1 the Agriculture Department may provide for exceptions from the

prohibitions in Chapter 4. section 1 of the Act (2009:302) if activities in

animal health care.



Chapter 5. Supervision



Regulators



section 1 of the provincial governments supervise animal health staff

within each County.



County boards may agree to transfer supervision

over certain activities between themselves.



section 2 of the Swedish Board of agriculture coordinates the County Administrative Board's oversight and

provides support, advice and guidance to provincial governments.



Regulations on supervision



paragraph 3 of the Agriculture Department may provide for



1. obligation for animal health staff to provide

contact information to the supervisory authority;



2. how supervision should be carried out,



3. cooperation between supervisory authorities, and



4. the obligation of a supervisory authority to provide information

the Agriculture Department if the inspections carried out.



Chapter 6. Disciplinary Board of animal health



Data



section 1 of the Regulations of the Board of responsibility for animal health

health care information is provided in the Act (2009:302) on the activities

in animal health care.



Article 2 of the disciplinary board shall inform the Agriculture Department on matters

and decisions that may be of relevance for the work to feel

to.



Mission statement



2 a of the disciplinary board shall, no later than 1 March of each year, submit a

report to the Government on its activities during the

last calendar year.



The report shall in particular contain information on the



1. number of requests received and resolved matters,



2. the average processing time for a case,



3. the distribution of different professions,



4. the number of decisions on disciplinary sanction in accordance with Chapter 6. section 1 of the Act

(2009:302) if activities in animal health,

and



5. the number of decisions on other measures pursuant to Chapter 6. 5-10 sections

the law on activities in the field of animal health and

their distribution on the various measures. Regulation (2013:45).



Exemptions from government regulation



section 3 of the following provisions of the Government agencies Ordinance (2007:515)

shall not apply to disciplinary board:



-Article 5 of the delegation,



-section 16 if a quorum,



-paragraph 20 of presentation,



-section 22, section 23 and section 24, first paragraph about appointments and

Mission,



-25 and 26 sections about staff disciplinary board, and



-section 28 on measures in response to the National Audit

the auditor's report.



Management



section 4 of the disciplinary board is led by a Board.



Registry data



5 § at the disciplinary board is Secretary who helps

preparatory work according to what the Board determines to

the rules of procedure or in specific decisions.



The Agriculture Department provides administrative support as well as

leasing premises to the disciplinary board by appointment

between authorities.



Chapter 7. Other questions



Fees



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Fee charged for the examination of the application for identity card

or other privileges in accordance with Chapter 3. Act (2009:302) if

activities in the field of animal health services in the cases

is apparent from the second paragraph.



For the application fee, etc., apply 10-14 § §

fee Regulation (1992:191). Then, the following

defined classes are applied:



Handling Of Team Fee Class



Application for ID

a veterinarian or animal Medic 3



Application for approval as

Blacksmith 3



Application for approval of

activities in animal health

care 2



Application for approval of

Specialist 2



Special permit to exercise

the veterinary profession 1



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Fee for examination of an application for identification or other privileges in accordance with Chapter 3. Act (2009:302) if activities in animal health care in cases as stated in the second paragraph.



For the application fee, etc., apply 10 to 14 of the fees regulation (1992:191). Then, the following fee classes are applied:



Handling of team Fee class



Application for identification as a veterinarian or animal nurse 3



Application for approval as a blacksmith 3



Application for authorisation for activities in animal health care 2



Application for approval of specialist skills 2



Application for special permit 1

Regulation (2016:172).



Enforcement regulations



section 2 of the Agriculture Department must notify the

the enforcement of the law (2009:302) if activities in

animal health care or this regulation.



Transitional provisions



2009:1386



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2010, when

Ordinance (1994:845) on access to the

the veterinary profession, etc. and the Regulation (1993:1486) if

approval of the farrier is repealed.



2. The Board may, in the case of applications for identity card

as animal nurses that are made before the end of 2014, notify

regulations regarding the professional qualifications to be considered

equivalent to such a degree as referred to in Chapter 3. section 1 of the first

paragraph 2 Act (2009:302) if activities in animal health

and health care. For the application fee, etc., apply 10-

14 § § fee Regulation (1992:191). Then the fee class 3

applied.



3. the Blacksmith who has been authorised in accordance with regulation

(1993:1486) approving the farrier has the right to

approved as a blacksmith under Chapter 3. section 5 of the Act (2009:302)

If activities in animal health care, if the application for

the approval will be made by 31 december 2010. For

the application fee, etc., apply 10-14 § §

fee Regulation (1992:191). Then the fee class 1

applied.