ABRAHAM-BARNA (RO) - 2009 - TRADUCTION, RESPONSABILITÉ ET IMPLICATIONS ÉCONOMIQUES – ÉTUDE DE CAS : LE RÈGLEMENT (CE) NO 853/2004 DU PARLEMENT EUROPÉEN ET DU CONSEIL DU 29 AVRIL 2004 FIXANT DES RÈGLES SPÉCIFIQUES D'HYGIÈNE APPLICABLES AUX DENRÉES ALIMENTA. Traduction, responsabilité et implications économiques – étude de cas : le Règlement (CE) no 853/2004 du Parlement Européen et du Conseil du 29 avril 2004 fixant des règles spécifiques d'hygiène applicables aux denrées alimentaires d'origine animale Corina ABRAHAM-BARNA Abstract La traduction de l’acquis communautaire en roumain est une partie importante de l’intégration de la Roumanie dans l’Union Européenne.
La voie parcourue par ces traductions jusqu'à la publication dans le Journal Officiel de l'Union Européenne implique un processus dur, comprenant plusieurs étapes et plusieurs vérifications. Mais la vraie vérification de ces traductions est faite au moment de leur application. Keywords. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-002551-18 Food safety on the European market. A major investigation carried out by Europol and Interpol entitled ‘Opson VII’ resulted this year in the seizure of a large amount of defective foodstuffs and ingredients on the European single market.
As many as 3620 tonnes of counterfeit and dangerous food, mainly meat, fish and fake baby milk formula, as well as 9.7 million litres of beverages, were removed from the market due to non-compliance with basic health standards. These products pose a serious threat to the health of the population, and particularly the youngest. Regardless of the fact that these actions have, in recent years, resulted in an increasingly lower amount of goods seized — which is a result of successful police operations — these still represent enormous amounts of defective and dangerous food and drink.
Besides the annual checks and seizures, what steps is the Commission taking to prevent the phenomenon of defective and dangerous food products on the European single market? PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-013933-13 EU measures to improve hygiene in shops and food businesses. Legislation has recently been passed in Wales that requires all shops and businesses serving or selling food to display, at the entrance, a certificate of inspection by the local authorities regarding food hygiene and environmental health.
Hygiene inspections for businesses that handle foods were introduced in Great Britain in November 2010 and entrusted to local authorities, in collaboration with the Food Standards Agency, which publishes all inspection results on its website, including those relating to businesses that decide not to display their results to the public. Until a few days ago, displaying this certificate was voluntary throughout the whole of Great Britain. This has now been made compulsory, but only in Wales. However, this measure is not an isolated case, since there are examples from all over the world. Similar systems are also in place in cities such as Toronto and Los Angeles, as well as in Denmark. MAAF/DGAL - AVRIL 2014 - Présentation : Flexibility options in the application of the provisions of hygiene package in France.
JOURNAL OF HYGIENIC ENGINEERING AND DESIGN - LEGISLATION AND OTHER ISSUES ABOUT HYGIENIC ENGINEERING ASPECTS IN EU AND BALKAN CO. PreLex - Résultats de recherche. Commission report published on hygiene legislation. Better Training for Safer Food Annual Report 2009. Food Safety - Biological Safety of Food - Legislation on Food Hygiene.
EU Feed Hygiene Regulation (183/2005) – How to apply for approval or registration, and related information. FSA 12/09/11 Small and low throughput establishments: examples of EU hygiene regulations flexibilities. GOV_UK 21/01/13 Enforcement of regulation in small food manufacturing: review. The Focus on Enforcement project asks the public to help identify where regulation can be improved, reduced or done differently.
This paper examines the effect of regulation imposed on a representative mix of businesses in the small food manufacturing sector: small breweries cider makers carbonated mineral water producers bakers meat products manufacturers pork butcher cheese makers and confectioners The report identifies a number of areas where unnecessary burdens have been imposed on business, and provides examples of good practice. In particular it looks at: food hygiene (enforced by District Councils and Unitary Authorities) composition and labelling (enforced by County Councils or Unitary Authorities) DG SANCO 28/11/12 food safety - Better Training for Safer Food - BTSF Annual Report 2011 .