EUR. The Commission shall provide the contact points that Member States have designated for this purpose with regular notifications concerning new or updated lists that it has received from the competent authorities of third countries concerned in accordance with paragraph 3. all fishery products from the vessel concerned that are destined for placing on the market in the Community are landed directly in that third country, the competent authority of that third country has inspected the vessel and has declared that it complies with Community requirements, and. When food business operators in the food chain take additional measures to guarantee food safety by implementing integrated systems, private control systems, independent third party certification or by other means, and when these measures are documented and animals covered by these schemes clearly identifiable, the official veterinarian may take this into account when carrying out inspection tasks and reviewing the HACCP-based procedures. This Annex applies to live bivalve molluscs and, by analogy, to live echinoderms, live tunicates and live marine gastropods. 0000016036 00000 n In the case of poultry reared for the production of “foie gras” and delayed eviscerated poultry slaughtered at the holding of provenance, ante-mortem inspection is to be carried out in accordance with paragraphs 2 and 3. If it is shown that the hygiene is inadequate, the competent authority is to verify that appropriate steps are taken to correct the situation. In the case of an inspection of a factory or freezer vessel flying the flag of a Member State carried out with a view to the approval of the vessel, the competent authority of the Member State the flag of which the vessel is flying is to carry out inspections in such a manner as to comply with the requirements of Article 3, particularly the time limits of Article 3(2). such additional training as is required to enable official auxiliaries to undertake their duties competently. (5)  Note for Official Journal: Insert No of Regulation laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (see recital 1, 2nd Regulation). (2)  OJ L 147, 31.5.2001, p. 1. Audits of HACCP-based procedures shall verify that food business operators apply such procedures continuously and properly, having particular regard to ensuring that the procedures provide the guarantees specified in Section II of Annex II to Regulation (EC) No .../2004 (19). 1. Member States may also allow slaughterhouse staff to carry out specific sampling and testing tasks in accordance with Annex I, Section III, Chapter III, Part B. Sampling must comprise: periodic sampling to detect changes in the composition of plankton containing toxins and their geographical distribution. The period laid down in Article 5(6) of Decision 1999/468/EC shall be set at three months. April 2004 mit besonderen Verfahrensvorschriften fr die amtliche Überwachung von zum menschlichen Verzehr bestimmten Erzeugnissen tierischen Ursprungs (ABl. The Commission shall consult the European Food Safety Authority on matters falling within the scope of this Regulation whenever necessary and, in particular: before proposing to modify the specific requirements concerning post-mortem inspection procedures laid down in Section IV of Annex I; before proposing to modify the rules of Annex I, Section IV, Chapter IX, on meat from animals in which post-mortem inspection has revealed lesions indicating infection with brucellosis or tuberculosis; and. The competent authorities of third countries appearing on lists drawn up and updated in accordance with Article 11 shall guarantee that lists of the establishments referred to in paragraph 1 are drawn up, kept up-to-date and. 6. In addition, specific serological tests may be used. In order to assess this, the competent authority shall carry out an analysis of the production and inspection records, the type of activities undertaken in the establishment, the history of compliance with rules, the expertise, professional attitude and sense of responsibility of the slaughterhouse staff in regard to food safety, together with other relevant information. The tongue must be freed to permit a detailed visual inspection of the mouth and the fauces and must itself be visually examined and palpated. significant abnormalities of colour, consistency or odour of muscle tissue or organs. However, in exceptional circumstances, such as a serious breakdown of the slaughter facilities, the official veterinarian may allow direct movements to another slaughterhouse. When the competent authority identifies non-compliance with the Regulations referred to in Article 4(2)(a) and (b), it shall take action to ensure that the food business operator remedies the situation. In addition, the official veterinarian is personally to carry out the following checks: daily inspection of the viscera and body cavities of a representative sample of birds; a detailed inspection of a random sample, from each batch of birds having the same origin, of parts of birds or entire birds declared unfit for human consumption following post-mortem inspection; and. If no Member State objects to the new or updated list within 20 working days of the Commission's notification, imports shall be authorised from establishments appearing on the list 10 working days after the day on which the Commission makes it available to the public. (8)  Note for the Official Journal: insert number of Regulation laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (see recital 1, 2nd Regulation). health-marking takes place on the external surface of the carcase, by stamping the mark in ink or hot branding, and in such a manner that, if carcases are cut into half carcases or quarters, or half carcases are cut into three pieces, each piece bears a health mark. This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States. Responsibilities for production and inspection in the establishment must be kept separate and any establishment wishing to use the establishment's own inspectors must possess internationally recognised certification. does not contain specified risk material, except as provided for under Community legislation, and has been produced in accordance with Community legislation on TSEs. März 2004 - BVerwG 7 AV 4.03-, NVwZ-RR 2004, S. 542). Pagina Data When a Member State adopts national measures implementing a pilot project to try out new approaches to hygiene controls on meat in accordance with paragraphs 3 to 7, the Member State shall communicate the results to the Commission as soon as they are available. 3. L 226 vom 25.6.2004, S. 83) Geändert durch: Amtsblatt Nr. However, by way of exemption from Article 12(2)(b), a vessel may also be included on such lists: on the basis of a joint communication from the competent authority of the third country the flag of which the vessel is flying and from the competent authority of another third country to which the former competent authority has delegated responsibility for the inspection of the vessel concerned, on condition that: that third country appears on the list of third countries, drawn up in accordance with Article 11, from which imports of fisheries products are permitted. THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, and in particular Article 152(4)(b) thereof, These conditions must have the aim of minimising contamination of other animals and the meat of other animals. an official auxiliary is carrying out checks on animal welfare pursuant to Sections III or IV; and. Member States shall ensure that official controls with respect to fresh meat take place in accordance with Annex I. However, subject to paragraph 3, official controls of vessels: may be carried out when vessels call at a port in a Member State; concern all vessels landing fishery products at ports in the Community, irrespective of flag; and. 3. fishery products containing biotoxins such as Ciguatera or other toxins dangerous to human health. the competent authority considers that they may constitute a risk to public or animal health or are for any other reason not suitable for human consumption. To be eligible for these tests, candidates must prove that they have received: at least 500 hours of theoretical training and at least 400 hours of practical training, covering the areas specified in paragraph 5; and. It is also appropriate to provide for at least 18 months to elapse between entry into force and the application of the new rules, to allow competent authorities and the industries affected time to adapt. Official auxiliaries are to maintain up-to-date knowledge and to keep abreast of new developments through regular continuing education activities and professional literature. (12)  OJ L 273, 10.10.2002, p. 1. 854/2004 des Europäischen Parlaments und des Rates vom 29. When fishery products are imported directly from a fishing or freezer vessel, a document signed by the captain may replace the document required under Article 14. 854/2004 DES EUROPÄISCHEN PARLAMENTS UND DES RATES vom 29. H�b```�dVVi~���2�0pT0`, 882/2004 des Europäischen Parlaments und des Rates vom 29. However, killing of these birds on the slaughter line may take place at the end of the normal slaughter process, if precautions are taken to avoid the risk of spreading pathogenic organisms and to clean and disinfect the facilities immediately after killing. Certificates must be drawn up in the official language or languages of the third country of dispatch and the Member State in which the border inspection takes place, or be accompanied by a certified translation into that language or languages. Verordnung (EU) 2017/852 des Europäischen Parlaments und des Rates vom 17. �|������5�����O�O�O�]�k�qh��ŝ���b��2O^�~Ilq��y\s�^ue����#=�K��f�$�L��W�t$6�'�z���!��e���^� Olq[�:ɭ|��f%SרTù�$`W�dɕ�1�;]}��b������D7�G�`��9s;��7Q��c��½�LP"T5]z>ǖC�\K�. When ante-mortem inspection takes place no more than three days before the arrival of the animals at the slaughterhouse, and animals are delivered to the slaughterhouse live, ante-mortem inspection at the slaughterhouse need only cover: a screening to ascertain whether animal welfare rules have been complied with and whether signs of any condition which might adversely affect human or animal health are present. Member States shall ensure that the production and placing on the market of live bivalve molluscs, live echinoderms, live tunicates and live marine gastropods undergo official controls as described in Annex II. animal welfare on unloading after transport and at the slaughterhouse. 0000006022 00000 n renales); visual inspection of the genital organs of stallions (except for the penis, if already discarded) and mares; visual inspection of the udder and its lymph nodes (Lnn. (6)  Note for the Official Journal: insert number of Regulation laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (see recital 1, 2nd Regulation). Regulation as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 655/2004 (OJ L 104, 8.4.2004, p. 48). Post-mortem inspection procedures described for bovine and ovine animals, domestic swine and poultry are to be applied to the corresponding species of farmed game. Lnn. The official veterinarian is to verify that animals are not slaughtered unless the slaughterhouse operator has been provided with and checked relevant food chain information. CHAPTER IV: DECISIONS CONCERNING ANIMAL WELFARE. Member States shall ensure that food business operators offer all assistance needed to ensure that official controls carried out by the competent authority can be performed effectively. Audits of good hygiene practices shall verify that food business operators apply procedures continuously and properly concerning at least: the design and maintenance of premises and equipment; pre-operational, operational and post-operational hygiene; training in hygiene and in work procedures; controls on food entering and leaving the establishment and any accompanying documentation. Such animals are to undergo detailed ante-mortem examination in order to make a diagnosis. The official veterinarian is also to ensure that any other necessary laboratory testing takes place. In the case of poultry reared for the production of “foie gras” and delayed eviscerated poultry obtained at the holding of provenance, post-mortem inspection is to include a check on the certificate accompanying the carcases. These requirements also apply in the case of emergency slaughter of horses outside the slaughterhouse. However, persons who undergo training for one of the two categories and passed the test, need only undergo abridged training to pass the test for the other category. End-of-life perceptions among physicians in intensive care units managed by anesthesiologists in Germany: A survey about structure, current implementation and deficits.pdf 0000005770 00000 n The official veterinarian is to ensure, in particular, that: the health mark is applied only to animals (domestic ungulates, farmed game mammals other than lagomorphs, and large wild game) having undergone ante-mortem and post-mortem inspection in accordance with this Regulation and when there are no grounds for declaring the meat unfit for human consumption. The trachea and the main branches of the bronchi must be opened lengthwise and the lungs must be incised in their posterior third, perpendicular to their main axes; these incisions are not necessary where the lungs are excluded from human consumption; visual inspection of the pericardium and heart, the latter being incised lengthwise so as to open the ventricles and cut through the interventricular septum; visual inspection of the liver and the hepatic and pancreatic lymph nodes, (Lnn portales); palpation and, if necessary, incision of the liver and its lymph nodes; visual inspection of the gastrointestinal tract, the mesentery, the gastric and mesenteric lymph nodes (Lnn. whether the fishery products are handled correctly, for compliance with hygiene and temperature requirements, and, the cleanliness of establishments, including vessels, and their facilities and equipment, and staff hygiene; and. However, Member States should also carry out appropriate official controls to enforce national rules established in accordance with Article 1(4) of that Regulation. Am 07.04.2017 wurde die Nachfolgeregelung zur jetzigen EU-Kontrollverordnung 882/2004 bekannt gemacht. trailer << /Size 182 /Info 149 0 R /Root 161 0 R /Prev 248474 /ID[] >> startxref 0 %%EOF 161 0 obj << /Type /Catalog /Pages 148 0 R /Metadata 159 0 R >> endobj 180 0 obj << /S 1167 /Filter /FlateDecode /Length 181 0 R >> stream It may, where appropriate, do so in cooperation with the food business operator. ; determine the characteristics of the circulation of pollutants by virtue of current patterns, bathymetry and the tidal cycle in the production area; and. als Tierarzt/-ärztin (m/w/d)erwünscht ist ein fachbezogener Befähigungsnachweis (Fachtierarzt) z. (25)  Five years after the entry into force of this Regulation. SECTION III: RESPONSIBILITIES AND FREQUENCY OF CONTROLS. post-mortem inspection in a slaughterhouse. Such official controls should in particular target milk production holdings and raw milk upon collection. 5. Official controls on pectinidae harvested outside classified production areas are to be carried out in fish auctions, dispatch centres and processing establishments. Wild game is to be inspected as soon as possible after admission to the game handling establishment. If an assessment cannot be made on the basis of visual examination alone, a more extensive inspection must be carried out in a laboratory; an investigation of organoleptic abnormalities; where there are serious grounds for suspecting the presence of residues or contaminants, an analysis by sampling of residues not resulting from the hunting process, including environmental contaminants. The official veterinarian is to ensure that sampling takes place and that samples are appropriately identified and handled and sent to the appropriate laboratory within the framework of: the monitoring and control of zoonoses and zoonotic agents; specific laboratory testing for the diagnosis of TSEs in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 999/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council (2); the detection of unauthorised substances or products and the control of regulated substances, in particular within the framework of the National Residue Plans referred to in Council Directive 96/23/EC (3); and. gastrici, mesenterici, craniales and caudales); palpation and, if necessary, incision of the gastric and mesenteric lymph nodes; visual inspection of the udder and its lymph nodes (Lnn. 853/2004, dafür zu sorgen, dass Tiere, deren Haut oder Fell so beschaffen ist, dass ein nicht vertretbares Risiko einer Kontaminierung des Fleisches während der Schlachtung besteht, erst nach vorheriger Reinigung für den Verzehr geschlachtet werden, eingehalten wird. It is appropriate to provide for the adaptation of certain specific control rules, through the transparent procedure provided for in Regulation (EC) No .../2004 (7) and Regulation (EC) No .../2004 (8), to provide flexibility in order to accommodate the specific needs of establishments which use traditional methods, have a low throughput or are located in regions that are subject to special geographical constraints. Notwithstanding paragraph 2, when relevant food chain information is not available within 24 hours of an animal's arrival at the slaughterhouse, all meat from the animal is to be declared unfit for human consumption. (22)  Note for the OJ: insert number of Regulation laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (see recital 1, 2nd Regulation). emaciation and/or general or localised oedema, recent pleural or peritoneal adhesions, and. The competent authority must fix the location and boundaries of production and relaying areas that it classifies. If clear progress has been made but the establishment still does not meet all of these requirements, the competent authority may prolong conditional approval. Zivilsenat und Senat für Familiensachen (ab , ..., 2009) - im Handbuch der Justiz 2004 ab 01.07.1989 als Richterin am Landgericht Nürnberg-Fürth aufgeführt. aufgehoben/ersetzt zum 14.12.2019 gem. When carrying out inspection tasks in accordance with this Chapter, the official veterinarian is to take account of the results of the auditing tasks carried out in accordance with Article 4 and Chapter I of this Annex. The competent authority is to make adequate provision in this regard. knowledge of the relevant laws, regulations and administrative provisions. However, when official auxiliaries carry out only sampling and analysis in connection with examinations for trichinosis, the competent authority need only ensure that they receive training appropriate to these tasks. arthritis, orchitis, pathological changes in the liver or the spleen, inflammation of the intestines or the umbilical region. This Chapter is to apply without prejudice to animal health rules on health marking. A risk-based approach shall be followed to assess the number of official staff that need to be present on the slaughter line in any given slaughterhouse. the official veterinarian is to carry out an ante-mortem inspection of all animals before slaughter; that inspection must take place within 24 hours of arrival at the slaughterhouse and less than 24 hours before slaughter. This control system is, in particular, to Verify that the levels of marine biotoxins and contaminants do not exceed safety limits and that the microbiological quality of the molluscs does not constitute a hazard to human health. gastrici, mesenterici, craniales and caudales); incision, if necessary, of the gastric and mesenteric lymph nodes; visual inspection and palpation of the kidneys; incision, if necessary, of the kidneys and the renal lymph nodes (Lnn. (9)  Note for Official Journal: Insert No of Regulation laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (see recital 1, 2nd Regulation). The competent authority may appoint only veterinarians who have passed a test meeting the requirements of paragraph 2 as official veterinarians. The definitions laid down in the following Regulations shall also apply as appropriate: the definitions of “animal by-products”, “TSEs” (transmissible spongiform encephalopathies) and “specified risk material” laid down in Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 October 2002 laying down health rules concerning animal by-products not intended for human consumption (12); Regulation (EC) No .../2004 (13), except for the definition of “competent authority”; and, OFFICIAL CONTROLS IN RELATION TO COMMUNITY ESTABLISHMENTS. (2)  Note for Official Journal: Insert No of Regulation laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (see recital 1, 2nd Regulation). 0000000791 00000 n The Commission shall arrange for up-to-date versions of all lists drawn up or updated in accordance with this Article to be available to the public. Where the Member State decides in principle in favour of this system, it shall inform the Commission of that decision and its associated conditions. 2. THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. Particular attention is to be paid to the detection of zoonotic diseases and diseases on OIE List A and, where appropriate, OIE List B. Slaughterhouse staff who have received specific training, under the supervision of the official veterinarian, may, under the responsibility and the supervision of the official veterinarian, carry out specific sampling and testing tasks in respect of animals of all species. The slaughter of animals suspected of having a disease or condition that may adversely affect human or animal health is to be deferred. If the competent authority identifies serious deficiencies or has to stop production at an establishment repeatedly and the food business operator is not able to provide adequate guarantees regarding future production, the competent authority shall initiate procedures to withdraw the establishment's approval. 0000016115 00000 n All birds are to undergo post-mortem inspection in accordance with Sections I and III. The competent authority may decide that poultry intended for slaughter are to be submitted to ante-mortem inspection at the holding of provenance. These conditions are to ensure, in particular, that the competent authority of the Member State the flag of which the vessel is flying receives reports on the results of inspections and on any suspected non-compliance without delay, so as to enable it to take the necessary measures. Lists of third countries and parts of third countries from which imports of specified products of animal origin are permitted. Fishery products are to be declared unfit for human consumption if: organoleptic, chemical, physical or microbiological checks or checks for parasites have shown that they are not in compliance with the relevant Community legislation; they contain in their edible parts contaminants or residues in excess of the limits laid down in Community legislation or at levels where the calculated dietary intake would exceed the acceptable daily or weekly intake for humans; fishery products not complying with the requirement of Part G, point 2, of Chapter II concerning biotoxins, or, bivalve molluscs, echinoderms, tunicates or marine gastropods containing marine biotoxins in total quantities exceeding the limits referred to in Regulation (EC) No .../2004 (2); or. HACCP and the audit of HACCP-based procedures. may, if necessary, when the competent authority of the Member State the flag of which the vessel is flying carries out the official control, be carried out while the vessel is at sea or when it is in a port in another Member State or in a third country. ESTABLISHMENTS NOT SUBJECT TO THE LISTING REQUIREMENT OF ARTICLE 12(1). To this end, the competent authority shall regularly assess: public and, where appropriate, animal health risks; in the case of slaughterhouses, animal welfare aspects; the type and throughput of the processes carried out; and. Nachdem einige Abschlüsse formaler beruflicher Erstausbildungen sowie Abschlüsse der hochschulischen Bildungsprogramme bereits zugeordnet sind und damit eine Niveaustufe ausweisen können, wird sich für AbsolventInnen zukünftig sicherlich vermehrt die Frage nach Höherqualifizierung ebenfalls mit entsprechend ausgewiesenem NQR-Niveau stellen. When the organoleptic examination gives cause to suspect the presence of other conditions which may affect human health, appropriate samples are to be taken for verification purposes. A separate guidance document on Regulation (EC) No 178/2002 has been subrhomboidei) of the shoulders beneath the scapular cartilage after loosening the attachment of one shoulder. 3. It shall apply only in respect of activities and persons to which Regulation (EC) No .../2004 (10) applies. OVG Niedersachsen, 12.03.2009 - 11 LA 172/08 Anketten eines Fahrrades an Bank auf Bahnhofsvorplatz; Behinderung im …