These official controls should comprise audits of food business operators' activities and inspections, including checks on food business operators' own controls. Classified relaying and production areas must be periodically monitored to check: that there is no malpractice with regard to the origin, provenance and destination of live bivalve molluscs; the microbiological quality of live bivalve molluscs in relation to the production and relaying areas; for the presence of toxin-producing plankton in production and relaying waters and biotoxins in live bivalve molluscs; and. 2. Translate texts with the world's best machine translation technology, developed by the creators of Linguee. 5 von dem Vertrag zurücktreten oder nach § 441 den Kaufpreis mindern und 3. nach den §§ 440, 280, 281, 283 und 311a Schadensersatz oder nach § 284 Ersatz vergeb-licher Aufwendungen verlangen. A Community inspection visit on-the-spot shall take place before such lists are drawn up unless: the risk determined in accordance with Article 18, point 18 does not warrant it; it is determined, when deciding to add a particular production area to a list in accordance with paragraph 1, that other information indicates that the competent authority provides the necessary guarantees. Herausgeber Münchner Volkshochschule Titel Programm 2. The Commission shall be assisted by the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health instituted by Article 58 of Regulation (EC) No 178/2002. (12)  OJ L 273, 10.10.2002, p. 1. renales); visual inspection of the pleura and peritoneum; visual inspection and palpation of the umbilical region and the joints. 146der VO (EU) 2017/625. The requirements of this Regulation should not apply until all parts of the new legislation on food hygiene have entered into force. Inspections of such vessels shall take place as specified in Annex III. In addition to the generally valid EU laws, every country has its own legal texts. 3. Gesellschaftliche Rahmenbedingungen und persönliche Lebenswelten. Carcases and offal of sheep and goats are to undergo the following post-mortem inspection procedures: visual inspection of the head after flaying and, in the event of doubt, examination of the throat, mouth, tongue and retropharyngeal and parotid lymph nodes. do not contain physical hazards, such as foreign bodies. 854/2004 und der VO (EG) Nr. Animals with a disease or condition that may be transmitted to animals or humans through handling or eating meat and, in general, animals showing clinical signs of systemic disease or emaciation, are not to be slaughtered for human consumption. 0000001779 00000 n nach Zuleitung des Entwurfs des Gesetzgebungsakts an die nationalen Parlamente, ... VO (EU) 2020/1503 Verordnung (EU) 2020/1503 des Europäischen Parlaments und des Rates vom 7. 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. the competent authority of that third country has declared that it will regularly inspect the vessel to ensure that it continues to comply with Community requirements; 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 a Member State, to which the former competent authority has delegated responsibility for the inspection of the vessel concerned, on condition that: all fishery products from the vessel concerned that are destined for placing on the market in the Community are landed directly in that Member State, the competent authority of that Member State has inspected the vessel and has declared that it complies with Community requirements, and. CHAPTER I: CONTROL OF MILK PRODUCTION HOLDINGS. Member States shall ensure that official controls with respect to fresh meat take place in accordance with Annex I. Journal of the European Union and available in EUR-Lex. 0000004485 00000 n (10)  Note for the OJ: insert number of Regulation laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (see recital 1, 2nd Regulation). The competent authority is to monitor classified production areas from which it has forbidden the harvesting of bivalve molluscs or subjected harvesting to special, conditions, to ensure that products harmful to human health are not placed on the market. General principles for official controls in respect of all products of animal origin falling within the scope of this Regulation, 1. A document meeting the requirements set out in Annex VI shall accompany consignments of products of animal origin when they are imported into the Community. inspection and assessment of slaughtered animals. REGULATION (EC) No 853/2004 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL. 0000002403 00000 n 5. Meat from horses in which glanders has been diagnosed are to be declared unfit for human consumption. 1. In the latter case, the competent authority's on-site visit required under paragraph 1 shall take place as soon as possible. Zivilsenat und Senat für Familiensachen (ab , ..., 2009) - im Handbuch der Justiz 2004 ab 01.07.1989 als Richterin am Landgericht Nürnberg-Fürth aufgeführt. Where the level of hygiene of the establishment is affected by the work of this staff, where this staff does not carry out the tasks properly or where in general this staff carries out its work in a manner that the competent authority considers unsatisfactory, this staff shall be replaced by official auxiliaries. If the competent authority decides in principle to classify a production or relaying area, it must: make an inventory of the sources of pollution of human or animal origin likely to be a source of contamination for the production area; examine the quantities of organic pollutants which are released during the different periods of the year, according to the seasonal variations of both human and animal populations in the catchment area, rainfall readings, waste water treatment, etc. CHAPTER II: OFFICIAL CONTROLS OF FISHERY PRODUCTS. MONITORING OF CLASSIFIED RELAYING AND PRODUCTION AREAS. environmental requirements - in buildings, on farms and in general. If the animals are already present at the slaughterhouse, they must be killed separately and declared unfit for human consumption, taking precautions to safeguard animal and public health where appropriate. 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 `Ɗm����DZn�Q`�[��p�I�yk��4�D�]�s�:Z2y�n�o�~�.�'i k�3f�%�6 ���b�`t��a�Ӄn ,��O5킦,�� 8. The official veterinarian is to check and analyse relevant information from the records of the holding of provenance of animals intended for slaughter and to take account of the documented results of this check and analysis when carrying out ante- and post-mortem inspection. 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. This Regulation shall enter into force twenty days after the date of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union. The official veterinarian is to require carcases of domestic solipeds, bovine animals over six months old, and domestic swine over four weeks old to be submitted for post-mortem inspection split lengthways into half carcases down the spinal column. The scope of the specific control rules should mirror the scope of the specific hygiene rules for food business operators laid down in Regulation (EC) No.../2004 (6). (2)  Note for Official Journal: Insert No of Regulation laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (see recital 1, 2nd Regulation). 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. Insert free text, CELEX number or descriptors. bifucationes, eparteriales and mediastinales). The training is to concern the auditing of food safety management systems in particular. Annexes I, II, III, IV, V and VI may be amended or supplemented to take account of scientific and technical progress in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 19(2). (5) Hat eine Familie zu mehreren EU-Mitgliedstaaten einen Bezug (durch verschiedene Official controls on pectinidae harvested outside classified production areas are to be carried out in fish auctions, dispatch centres and processing establishments. (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). Member States shall maintain up-to-date lists of approved establishments, with their respective approval numbers and other relevant information, and make them available to other Member States and to the public in a manner that may be specified in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 19(2). The requirements for poultry are to apply to farmed lagomorphs. Seite Datum M1 M2 B REGULAMENTUL (CE) NR. In addition, the official veterinarian may require inspection at any other time. This inspection is to include palpation and, where judged necessary, incision of those parts of the animal which have undergone any change or are suspect for any other reason. 0000016036 00000 n "health mark" means a mark indicating that, when it was applied, official controls had been carried out in accordance with this Regulation. Member States may, without compromising achievement of the objectives of this Regulation, adopt, in accordance with paragraphs 4 to 7, national measures adapting the requirements laid down in Annex I. (6)  Note for Official Journal: Insert No of Regulation laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (see recital 1, 2nd Regulation). Implementing measures and transitional measures. ESTABLISHMENTS NOT SUBJECT TO THE LISTING REQUIREMENT OF ARTICLE 12(1). 3. Consultation of the European Food Safety Authority. If clear progress has been made but the establishment still does not meet all of these requirements, the competent authority may prolong conditional approval. Sampling must comprise: periodic sampling to detect changes in the composition of plankton containing toxins and their geographical distribution. aufgehoben/ersetzt zum 14.12.2019 gem. 853/2004 Anwendung findet. (3)  Opinion of the European Parliament of 5 June 2003 (not yet published in the Official Journal), Council Common Position of 27 October 2003 (OJ C 48 E, 24.2.2004, p. 82), Position of the European Parliament of 30 March 2004 (not yet published in the Official Journal) and Council Decision of 16 April 2004. particularly in the case of animals having undergone emergency slaughter. This requirement applies to each sheet of the certificate if it consists of more than one. Art. Animals that might contain residues of veterinary medicinal products in excess of the levels laid down in accordance with Community legislation, or residues of forbidden substances, are to be dealt with in accordance with Directive 96/23/EC. the generalised presence of tumours or abscesses affecting different internal organs or muscles. However, it shall apply no earlier than 1 January 2006. Lists drawn up in accordance with this Article may be combined with other lists drawn up for public and animal health purposes. hygiene control, including the audit of the good hygiene practices and the HACCP-based procedures. When there are robust data on the dynamic of the toxicity for a given area, and provided that recent data on decreasing trends of toxicity are available, the competent authority may decide to re-open the area with results below the regulatory limit obtained from one single sampling. ... 854/2004 und (EG) Nr. With regard to the monitoring of plankton, the samples are to be representative of the water column and to provide information on the presence of toxic species as well as on population trends. 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. Die Aufenthaltsberechtigung war eine Form der Aufenthaltsgenehmigung, die zwischen 1991 und 2004 nach dem damals geltenden Ausländergesetz erteilt wurde. H�b```�dVVi~���2�0pT0`, In cows, each half of the udder must be opened by a long, deep incision as far as the lactiferous sinuses (sinus lactiferes) and the lymph nodes of the udder must be incised, except when the udder is excluded from human consumption. 4. L 226 vom 25.6.2004, S. 83) Geändert durch: Amtsblatt Nr. REGULATION (EC) No 852/2004 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL. They may apply to a single third country, to regions of a third country, or to a group of third countries; and. 0000001921 00000 n During the inspection, precautions must be taken to ensure that contamination of the meat by actions such as palpation, cutting or incision is kept to a minimum. This concerns animals susceptible to the particular disease in question that come from the particular region as defined in Article 2 of Council Directive 64/432/EEC (7); when stricter controls are necessary to take account of emerging diseases or particular OIE List B diseases. When deciding which action to take, the competent authority shall take account of the nature of the non-compliance and the food business operator's past record with regard to non-compliance. it has real powers to stop the establishments from exporting to the Community in the event that the establishments fail to meet the requirements referred to under (a). 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. bifucationes, eparteriales and mediastinales). The competent authority may decide that pigs intended for slaughter are to be submitted to ante-mortem inspection at the holding of provenance. relevant laws, regulations and administrative provisions. In the case of animals reacting positively or inconclusively to a brucellosis test, the udder, genital tract and blood must be declared unfit for human consumption even if no such lesion is found. 854/2004 und (EG) Nr. Approbation als Tierarzt, beruflicher Qualifikationsnachweis nach EU-VO 854/2004 bzw. 0000000867 00000 n However, the competent authority may suspend an establishment's approval if the food business operator can guarantee that it will resolve deficiencies within a reasonable time. Sie war zeitlich und räumlich unbeschränkt. 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. 0000006976 00000 n REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATES ACCOMPANYING IMPORTS. Detailed rules for the performance tests shall be laid down in accordance with the procedure set out in Article 18. in game handling establishments, throughout post-mortem inspection. Nr. 5. a sequence of pages numbered so as to indicate that it is a particular page in a finite sequence (for example, “page 2 of 4 pages”). Der Erwerb umfassender beruflicher Handlungskompetenz steht im Vordergrund und wird durch die ... und zur Aufhebung der Verordnungen (EG) Nr. before proposing implementing measures on the matters referred to in Article 18, points (5) to (15). The competent authority shall provide the food business operator concerned, or a representative, with: written notification of its decision concerning the action to be taken in accordance with paragraph 1, together with the reasons for the decision; and. The official veterinarian is to ensure that the food business operator takes all necessary measures to avoid contaminating meat with specified risk material during slaughter (including stunning) and removal of specified risk material. renales); visual inspection of the pleura and the peritoneum; visual inspection of the genital organs (except for the penis, if already discarded); visual inspection and, if necessary, palpation and incision of the udder and its lymph nodes (Lnn. The Commission may, and when it receives written comments from one or more Member States shall, consult Member. To implement paragraph 1(b), (c) and (d), sampling plans must be drawn up providing for such checks to take place at regular intervals, or on a case-by-case basis if harvesting periods are irregular. If the inspection so necessitates, the official veterinarian may also require any head or any carcase to be split lengthways. Live bivalve molluscs taken from these areas must meet the health standards for live bivalve molluscs laid down in Annex III, Section VII, Chapter V, of Regulation (EC) No .../2004 (1). To that end, the European Food Safety Authority should be consulted whenever necessary. supramammaii) and, if necessary, incision of the supramammary lymph nodes; visual inspection and palpation of the umbilical region and joints of young animals. The document shall certify that the products satisfy: the requirements laid down for such products under Regulation (EC) No .../2004 (23) and Regulation (EC) No .../2004 (24) or provisions that are equivalent to those requirements; and. A certificate conforming to the specimen in Chapter X, Part B, is to accompany animals inspected and slaughtered at the holding. In addition to the general requirements of Article 4(4) concerning audits of good hygiene practices, the official veterinarian is to verify continuous compliance with food business operators' own procedures concerning any collection, transport, storage, handling, processing and use or disposal of animal by-products, including specified risk material, for which the food business operator is responsible. THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. The slaughter of animals suspected of having a disease or condition that may adversely affect human or animal health is to be deferred. The health mark must be an oval mark at least 6,5 cm wide by 4,5 cm high bearing the following information in perfectly legible characters: the mark must indicate name of the country in which the establishment is located, which may be written out in full in capitals or shown as a two-letter code in accordance with the relevant ISO standard. 3. 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. When carrying out auditing tasks, the competent authority shall take special care: to determine whether staff and staff activities in the establishment at all stages of the production process comply with the relevant requirements of the Regulations referred to in paragraph 1(a) and (b). Such official controls should in particular target milk production holdings and raw milk upon collection. Semester 1984 Reihe Programme der Münchner Volkshochschule inklusive retrospektiver und zukünftiger Entwicklungen ausgehend von 2004 Directive as last amended by Commission Regulation (EC) No 21/2004 (OJ L 5, 9.1.2004, p. 8). 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. However, a Member State may consent to the use of an official Community language other than its own. A.   Tranmissible spongiform encephalopathies. The speed of the slaughter line and the number of inspection staff present are to be such as to allow for proper inspection. In the case of factory vessels, the competent authority may authorise the captain or another ship's officer to sign the certificate. post-mortem inspection in a slaughterhouse. of 29 April 2004. on the hygiene of foodstuffs. 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Without prejudice to the generality of Article 16 and Article 17(1), implementing measures may be laid down, or amendments to Annexes I, II, III, IV, V or VI adopted, in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 19(2), to specify: tests to assess the performance of food business operators and their staff; the method of communicating inspection results; criteria to determine when, on the basis of a risk analysis, the official veterinarian need not be present in slaughterhouses and game handling establishments throughout ante-mortem and post-mortem inspection; rules concerning the content of tests for official veterinarians and official auxiliaries; microbiological criteria for process control in relation to hygiene in establishments; alternative procedures, serological or other laboratory tests that provide guarantees at least equivalent to specific post-mortem inspection procedures described in Annex I, Section IV, and may therefore replace them, if the competent authority so decides; circumstances in which certain of the specific post-mortem inspection procedures described in Annex I, Section IV, are not necessary, having regard to the holding, region or country of origin and to the principles of risk analysis. Where necessary, they are to acquire this knowledge through continuing education activities. other obvious extensive changes, such as putrefaction. Letters must be at least 0,8 cm high and figures at least 1 cm high. SECTION III: RESPONSIBILITIES AND FREQUENCY OF CONTROLS. A certificate conforming to the model set out in Part C is to accompany the uneviscerated carcasses to the slaughterhouse or cutting plant. This Chapter is to apply without prejudice to animal health rules on health marking. The official veterinarian is, wherever possible, to undertake annual continuing education activities. Carcases and offal of solipeds are to undergo the following post-mortem inspection procedures: visual inspection of the head and, after freeing the tongue, the throat; palpation and, if necessary, incision of the sub-maxillary, retropharyngeal and parotid lymph nodes (Lnn retropharyngiales, mandibulares and parotidei). An establishment may be placed on such a list only if the competent authority of the third country of origin guarantees that: that establishment, together with any establishments handling raw material of animal origin used in the manufacture of the products of animal origin concerned, complies with relevant Community requirements, in particular those of Regulation (EC) No .../2004 (22), or with requirements that were determined to be equivalent to such requirements when deciding to add that third country to the relevant list in accordance with Article 11; an official inspection service in that third country supervises the establishments and makes available to the Commission, where necessary, all relevant information on establishments furnishing raw materials; and. When pigs are not slaughtered within three days of the issue of the health certificate provided for in paragraph 1(a): if the pigs have not left the holding of provenance for the slaughterhouse, they are to be re-examined and a new health certificate issued; if the pigs are already en route for or at the slaughterhouse, slaughter may be authorised once the reason for the delay has been assessed, provided that the pigs undergo a further veterinary ante-mortem inspection. 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. any further investigations necessary when there is reason to suspect that the meat from the birds concerned could be unfit for human consumption. (24)  Note for the OJ: insert number of Regulation laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (see recital 1, 2nd Regulation). (21)  Note for the Official Journal: insert number of the Regulation laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (see recital 1,2nd Regulation). B VERORDNUNG (EG) Nr. B C1 VERORDNUNG (EG) Nr. The competent authority may grant conditional approval if it appears from the on-site visit that the establishment meets all the infrastructure and equipment requirements. In such cases, the official veterinarian at the slaughterhouse need carry out ante-mortem inspection only when and to the extent specified. bifucationes, eparteriales and mediastinales). This Annex applies to live bivalve molluscs and, by analogy, to live echinoderms, live tunicates and live marine gastropods. CLASSIFICATION OF PRODUCTION AND RELAYING AREAS. If they do so, they shall ensure that staff carrying out such tasks: are qualified and undergo training in accordance with those provisions; act independently from production staff; and. Ante-mortem inspection at the slaughterhouse need only cover: When birds are not slaughtered within three days of the issue of the health certificate referred to in paragraph l(a): if the flock has not left the holding of provenance for the slaughterhouse, it is to be re-examined and a new health certificate issued; if the flock is already en route for or at the slaughterhouse, slaughter may be authorised once the reason for the delay has been assessed, provided that the flock is re-examined. (2)  OJ L 147, 31.5.2001, p. 1. After carrying out the controls mentioned in points 1 and 2, the official veterinarian shall take appropriate measures as set out in Annex I, Section II, in particular as regards: decisions concerning food chain information; Official auxiliaries may assist the official veterinarian with official controls carried out in accordance with Sections I and II of Annex I as specified in Section III, Chapter I. Neufassung (ber.) establish a sampling programme of bivalve molluscs in the production area which is based on the examination of established data, and with a number of samples, a geographical distribution of the sampling points and a sampling frequency which must ensure that the results of the analysis are as representative as possible for the area considered. Those official texts are directly accessible through the links embedded in this document B C1 REGULATION (EC) No 853/2004 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 29 April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (OJ L 139, 30.4.2004, p. 55) Amended by: Carcases and offal of bovine animals under six weeks old are to undergo the following post-mortem inspection procedures: visual inspection of the head and throat; incision and examination of the retropharyngeal lymph nodes (Lnn retropharyngiales); inspection of the mouth and fauces; palpation of the tongue; removal of the tonsils; visual inspection of the lungs, trachea and oesophagus; palpation of the lungs; incision and examination of the bronchial and mediastinal lymph nodes (Lnn. the existence, implementation and communication of an approved residue control programme. . Meat from animals infected with trichinae is to be declared unfit for human consumption. The Committee shall adopt its rules of procedure. The dimensions and characters of the mark may be reduced for health marking of lamb, kids and piglets. (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). In addition to the general requirements of Article 4(5) concerning audits of HACCP-based principles, the official veterinarian is to check that the operators' procedures guarantee, to the extent possible, that meat: does not contain patho-physiological abnormalities or changes; does not bear faecal or other contamination; and. Official controls on the production of raw milk are necessary to check for compliance with criteria and targets laid down in Community legislation. principles of training of personnel working in the production chain. 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. These special import conditions may be established for a single product of animal origin or for group of products. 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. 1. recording the results of ante-mortem inspection. Dezember 2018 über die Herstellung, das Inverkehrbringen und die Verwendung von Arzneifuttermitteln, zur Änderung der Verordnung (EG) Nr.