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EUROPE 30/12/16 TRACES annual report 2015. Skip to main content enEnglish Animals Home European Commission > Food Safety.

EUROPE 30/12/16 TRACES annual report 2015

PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-007695-16 Impact of Regulation (EC) No 1/2005 on animal welfare. FOUR PAWS - JUIN 2016 - How does TRACES system work for companion animals What are the issues. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN 29/02/16 Pétition n°0216/2015, présentée par Linda Manley-Bird, de nationalité britannique, sur la mise en œuvre du système TRACES en Grèce. FRANCE AGRIMER 31/03/16 NOTICE D’AIDE A L’UTILISATION DE TRACES - Certificats européens d’exportation vers les pays tiers - Création d’un compte utilisateur par un opérateur. EUROPE 18/08/16 TRACES: TRAde Control and Expert System. Each year, vast quantities of livestock, food and products are traded into the EU to be served on 500 million European plates, raising the question: how can the European Commission ensure that both food and consumers are kept safe?

EUROPE 18/08/16 TRACES: TRAde Control and Expert System

Watch the TRACES video and find out. What is TRACES TRACES is the European Commission's multilingual online management tool for all sanitary requirements on intra-EU trade and importation of animals, semen and embryo, food, feed and plants. Its main objective is to digitise the entire certification process and linked procedures, and is in line with the declaration of the Digital Agenda for Europe. About 30 000 users from more than 80 countries worldwide are interconnected through TRACES, centralising all data, simplifying and accelerating the trading process. TRACES facilitates the exchange of information between all involved trading parties and control authorities and speeds up the administrative procedures. DAERA-NI - TRACES. TRACES (Trade Control and Expert System) is a web-based service for the application for, and issuing of, export health certificates for intra-community trade in live animals, their products and germplasm and certain other commodities.

DAERA-NI - TRACES

Purpose of TRACES TRACES notifies Member States of movements of live animals and their products into or through different territories of Member States.TRACES will help Competent Authorities in each Member State to meet the needs of their traders and their EU animal and public health obligations. EU Exports and TRACES Exporters may wish to register their details on the TRACES system using the online registration procedure. A step-by-step guide to the registration procedure is available. After registration, economic operators may apply to the issuing Divisional Veterinary Office (DVO) for an Intra-Trade Animal Health Certificate (ITAHC) via the TRACES website, by completing Part 1 of the ITAHC on-line, electronically signing it and then submitting it to the DVO. EVIRA – TRACES.

TRACES is short for Trade Control and Expert System.

EVIRA – TRACES

TRACES was developed to ensure the traceability and control of live animals and products of animal origin both in intra-Union trade between EU-countries and in imports from non-EU-countries. TRACES is also being expanded to exports – the health certificates for exports of live animals and products of animal origin to certain countries are generated using TRACES. The program can be used in all Member States and in each country’s language.

In the receiving country of the health certificates, the data is seen in that country’s language irrespective of which language they were originally drafted in. Instruction technique DGAL/SDSPA/2015-1142 du 18-12-2015 Échanges intracommunautaires d'animaux vivants : procédure d'élaboration et de signature des certificats sanitaires dans l'application TRACES à destination des vétérinaires officiels privés et des o. OBJET : Échanges intracommunautaires d'animaux vivants : procédure d'élaboration et de signature des certificats sanitaires dans l'application TRACES à destination des vétérinaires officiels privés et des opérateurs chez qui ils sont mandats.

Instruction technique DGAL/SDSPA/2015-1142 du 18-12-2015 Échanges intracommunautaires d'animaux vivants : procédure d'élaboration et de signature des certificats sanitaires dans l'application TRACES à destination des vétérinaires officiels privés et des o

WIKIPEDIA – TRACES. TRACES, or Trade Control and Expert System, is a web-based veterinarian certification tool used by the European Union for controlling the import and export of live animals and animal products within and without its borders.

WIKIPEDIA – TRACES.

Its network falls under the responsibility of the European Commission. Background[edit] Since the end of the nineteenth century, following the development of modern veterinary medicine and food safety, European states have built, in parallel with customs structures, veterinary inspection stations located at the borders known as Border Inspection Posts. There all goods of animal origin including live animals are checked in order to avoid outbreaks of zoonoses and epizooties. Following the development of office computerisation and computer networking in the '80s, many countries started to think about veterinary computer certification. The TRACES network started up in April 2004 as a replacement for the older ANIMO and SHIFT networks. Features[edit] History[edit] Instruction technique DGAL/SDASEI/2014-1035 du 19-12-2014 Délivrance du Document sanitaire commun d'entrée - produit de plantes (DSCE-PP) dans l'application TRACES : phase de généralisation.

Rapports OAV concernant le système TRACES

AFSCA - TRACES (TRAde Control and Expert System) Identification des bovins (Décision d’exécution 2015/819/UE) (PDF) Le 10 mars 2015, la Commission a mis en production la version 6.21 (PDF) de TRACES.

AFSCA - TRACES (TRAde Control and Expert System)

Dans le cadre des échanges intracommunautaires, concernant l’identification des bovins, cette version intègre deux contrôles de cohérence : le premier consiste à vérifier la concordance entre le nombre total de bovins renseignés à la case I.20 du certificat et le nombre de lignes renseignées à la case I.31, chaque ligne correspondant à l’identification individuelle d’un bovin ; le second consiste à contrôler la conformité des numéros renseignés dans la colonne « Identification officielle » avec le code d’identification unique décrit à l’article 1er , paragraphe 2, du règlement (CE) 911/2004, figurant sur les moyens d’identification visibles apposés conformément au règlement (CE) 1760/2000. L'identification officielle du bovin doit être composée de 2 lettres (code iso du pays) suivies par au moins 8 chiffres, sans discontinuité.

PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-004806-15 Movement of animals between EU Member States under the Trade Control and Expert System (Traces) Système TRACES.