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DG SANCO 16-11-2006 Food and Veterinary Office - Special Reports : General Overview Reports - General Overview Report of a Serie

DG SANCO 16-11-2006 Food and Veterinary Office - Special Reports : General Overview Reports - General Overview Report of a Serie
requires javascript Overview reports provide a summary of a series of individual audits and seek to identify key findings of relevance and interest to all stakeholders. They thus allow feedback on the sector or legislation in question, rather than on individual country performance. They illustrate examples of areas where legislation has poor or varied implementation, as well as examples of good practice. They are used to discuss with Member States, through Standing Committees or through targeted training meetings, the overall effectiveness of enforcement measures and how these measures can be improved. This is also important in reviewing whether legislation is working as intended. This page allows you to list all the overview reports or to identify those reports for a particular sector. Latest reports Overview reports can be retrieved from our database in PDF file format (for more information about PDF files please see the EUROPA FAQ section on PDF). Search Form

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IRLANDE 17/07/07 Results of 2006 National Residue Monitoring Plan The Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food today released the results of tests carried out under the National Residue Monitoring Plan for 2006, which it implements under Service Contract to the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI). During 2006, some 28,000 samples were tested following sampling on both a targeted and suspect basis from 11 domestic food-producing species and from products imported from Third Countries. The tests covered 18 distinct residue groups (each residue group is in turn comprised of a number of sub-groups) which fall into three broad categories: banned substances such as growth-promoting hormones and beta-agonists, approved veterinary medicines (these usually arise where animals enter the food chain before expiry of the prescribed withdrawal period for the medicine concerned) and finally, environmental contaminants. As regards domestic production, the overall level of positive samples in 2006 was 0.17%. 17 July, 2007

DG SANCO 10/11/11 food safety - Animal Welfare during transport - Report on protection of animals during transport requires javascript Report on Animal transport Regulation The Commission adopted its report on the impact of Regulation EC 1/2005 on the protection of animals during transport on 10 Nov. 2011 showing: Its impact on animal welfare during transport; Impact of the Regulation on trade within the EU; Socio-economic and regional implications; Implementation of the navigation systems; Enforcement of EU rules on animal welfare during transport. The Commission based the report on an external study, an opinion of the European Food Safety Authority, reports from the Food and Veterinary Office and EU countries. EU rules on animal transport

Vet. Sci. 2014, 1(3), 174-191; Effect of Transportation and Pre-Slaughter Handling on Welfare and Meat Quality of Cattle: Case Study of Kumasi Abattoir, Ghana 1 Department of Agricultural Engineering, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, PMB, Ghana 2 Department of Energy and Technology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, 750 07, Sweden 3 Institute for Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural Research Council, Private Bag X519, Silverton, Pretoria, 0127, South Africa * Author to whom correspondence should be addressed. Received: 1 October 2014 / Revised: 7 November 2014 / Accepted: 7 November 2014 / Published: 19 November 2014 This study was conducted at the Kumasi Abattoir Company Limited (K.A.C.L) in Ghana to assess the effect of pre-slaughter handling on welfare and meat quality of cattle.

Food and Veterinary Office - Annual Reports Since 2009, information on the outcome of FVO Audits in Member States has been incorporated in European Commission reports on the overall operation of official controls in the Member States on food safety, animal health and animal welfare, and plant health. These reports are produced in accordance with Article 44 of Regulation (EC) No 882/2004. Prior to 2009 the FVO published separate Annual Reports on its activities.

03/12/12 - Report for 2011 on the results from the monitoring of veterinary medicinal product residues and other substanc Question nº:EFSA-Q-2012-00559Issued: 3 décembre 2012 Abstract The report summarises the data collected from the monitoring on the presence of residues of veterinary medicinal products and certain substances in live animals and animal products in the European Union, in 2011. Altogether, 742,902 samples were reported to the European Commission. They included 415,909 targeted samples and 23,236 suspect samples reported under Council Directive 96/23/EC, 4,329 samples checked at import and 299,428 samples collected in the framework of programmes developed under the national legislation. The minimum requirements for sampling frequency laid down in Council Directive 96/23/EC and in Commission Decision 97/747/EC were fulfilled by the vast majority of Member States.

CONSEIL DE L EUROPE - Convention européenne sur la protection des animaux en transport international (révisée) The revised Convention builds on the lessons learnt from the last 30 years of experience and scientific results made available during this period. It contains provisions designed to overcome defects and to facilitate the implementation of the principles of the Convention. It was built as a framework convention laying down essential principles applying to all species. It provides for technical protocols which can be amended following a simplified procedure, facilitating thereby their updating in the light of scientific evidence and experience acquired. The revised Convention provides for the denunciation of the original Convention (ETS No. 065) which ensures that the Parties are thus not simultaneously bound by contradictory undertakings. Translations sorted by non-official languages.

NEW FOOD 22/05/15 FSA completes review of animal welfare standards in slaughterhouses You are here: Home » News » Industry news » FSA completes review of animal welfare standards in slaughterhouses The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has completed a programme of unannounced inspections of all slaughterhouses in Britain, to ensure that the businesses are meeting their obligations on animal welfare standards and that FSA teams are checking their controls appropriately. The decision to implement the unannounced inspections was taken by the FSA when footage emerged earlier this year of apparent cruelty to animals in two slaughterhouses. The inspections, which took place in February and March, found that animal welfare standards in 267 businesses (87%) were considered good, and 38 businesses needed improvement; with one business in England requiring urgent improvement.

Agency structure <div class='noindex'>You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page.</div> MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FOOD OF DENMARK 06/07/16 Danish meat and dairy products are free from harmful residues of veterinary medicines The level of food safety in Denmark is high. This is confirmed by thousands of samples of meat, eggs, milk and honey which are free from harmful residues of veterinary medicines. A total of 12,500 laboratory samples from farm animals, milk, eggs and honey have been analyzed in 2015, and confirm that Danish meat and dairy products as well as eggs and honey are free from harmful residues of veterinary medicines. - I am pleased to say that consumers can safely drink a glass of Danish milk or enjoy a Danish pork chop without worrying about harmful residues of medicines.

PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question P-008172-16 Live cattle exports Last week it was reported that there had been further decreases in the number of live cattle being exported from Ireland. Recent figures have found that there has been a 24.3% decrease, or a fall of 35 364 compared with the corresponding period in 2015. While the biggest drop (20 167, a drop of 52.4%) can be attributed to trade North and South due to a period of serious exchange rate volatility, the problem is the same with Britain (2 713, a drop of 39.1%). On top of this there are emerging problems with live exports to Italy, currently Ireland’s fifth biggest export destination. Due to the relative closeness of the Irish and Italian beef price, Italian processors have been found to discriminate in favour of domestic produce, causing prices to drop.

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