Model veterinary certificate for specified pathogen-free eggs (SPF)

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COUNTRY Veterinary certificate to EU
Part I: Details of dispatched consignment I.1. Consignor

Name

Address

 

Tel.

I.2. Certificate reference number I.2.a.
I.3. Central competent authority
I.4. Local competent authority
I.5. Consignee

Name

Address

 

Postal code

Tel.

I.6.

 

I.7. Country of origin ISO code I.8. Region of origin Code I.9. Country of destination ISO code I.10.
I.11. Place of origin 1.12.

 

Name

Address

Approval number
Name

Address

Approval number
Name

Address

Approval number
I.13. Place of loading

Address

 

Approval number

I.14. Date of departure Time of departure
I.15. Means of transport I.16. Entry BIP in EU
Aeroplane Ship Railway wagon
Road vehicle

Identification:

 

Other I.17. No(s) of CITES

 

Documentary references:
I.18. Description of commodity I.19. Commodity code (HS code)

04.07

I.20. Quantity
I.21. I.22. Number of packages
I.23. Identification of container/seal number I.24.
I.25. Commodities certified for:

 

Technical use

I.26. I.27. For import or admission into EU
I.28. Identification of the commodities
Species (Scientific name)

 

 

 

Identification system Identification number Quantity
COUNTRY SPF (specified pathogen-free eggs]
Part II: Certification II. Health information II.a. Certificate reference number II.b.
II.1. Health attestation
I, the undersigned official veterinarian, hereby certify in accordance with Directive 90/539/EEC that the SPF eggs <1> described in this certificate:
II.1.1 come from chicken flocks that:
(a) are free from specified pathogens as described in the European Pharmacopoeia <2> and the results of all tests and clinical examinations required for this specific status have been favourable, including negative testing results for avian influenza and Newcastle disease carried out within the last 30 days preceding dispatch:
(b) have been clinically examined at least once a week as described in the European Pharmacopoeia <2> and no clinical signs of or grounds for suspecting any disease were detected:
(c) have been kept for at least six weeks immediately prior to import to the Community in the establishment(s) defined in Box I.H of Part I, officially approved in accordance with requirements which are at least equivalent to those laid down in Annex II to Directive 90/539/EEC:
— the approval of which has not been suspended or withdrawn;
— which is (are) not subject to any animal health restriction:
(d) during the period mentioned in (c), have had no contact with poultry not meeting the requirements laid down in this certificate or with wild birds;
II.1.2 have been marked as indicated in Box I.28 under «Identification number» of the certificate using coloured ink;
II.1.3 have been collected from ………………………… to ………………………… (dates);
II.1.4 are transported in perfectly clean disposable boxes used for the first time and which:
(a) contain only eggs coming from the same establishment;
(b) are clearly marked with the following information:
— the name and ISO code of the country, territory, zone or compartment of origin,
— «SPF eggs for diagnostic, research or pharmaceutical use only»,
— the number of eggs,
— the name, address and approval number of the production establishment,
— the Member Stale of destination;
(c) are closed in accordance with the instructions of the competent authority to avoid any possibility of substitution of the contents and are leak-proof;
II.2 The containers and vehicles in which the boxes mentioned in point II.1.4 have been transported have been cleansed and disinfected before loading in accordance with the instructions of the competent authority.
Notes
Part I:
Box I.8: provide the code for the zone or name of the compartment of origin, if necessary, as defined under code in column 2 of Part 1 of Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 798/2008.
Box I.11: Name, address and approval number of the breeding establishment.
Box I.15: Indicate the registration number(s) of railway wagons and lorries, the names or ships and, if known, the flight numbers of aircraft. In the case of transport in containers or boxes, the total number of these and their registration and where there is a serial number of the seal it has to be indicated in box I.23.
Box I.28: Identification number: provide egg marks including establishment number and ISO code of the country of origin.
Part II:
<1> Hatching eggs as defined in Regulation (EC) No 798/2008 which are derived from «chicken flocks free from specified pathogens» as described in the European Pharmacopoeia and which are intended tor diagnostic, research or pharmaceutical use only.
<2> http://www.edqm.eu (the latest edition).
This certificate is valid for 15 days.
Official veterinarian
Name (in capital letters): Qualification and title:
Date: Signature:
Stamp:

 

Model veterinary certificate for slaughter poultry and poultry for restocking game supplies other than ratites (SRP)

COUNTRY: Veterinary certificate to EU
Part I: Details of dispatched consignment I.1. Consignor

Name

Address

 

Country

Tel.

I.2. Certificate reference number I.2.a.
I.3. Central Competent Authority
I.4. Local Competent authority
I.5. Consignee

Name

Address

 

Country

Tel.

I.6.

 

I.7. Country of origin ISO code I.8. Region of origin Code I.9. Country of destination ISO code I.10.
I.11. Place of origin I.12.

 

Name

Address

Approval number
Name

Address

Approval number
Name

Address

Approval number
I.13. Place of loading

Address

 

Approval number

I.14. Date of departure Time of departure
I.15. Means of transport I.16. Entry BIP in EU
Aeroplane

Railway wagon

Ship
Road vehicle

Identification:

Document:

Other I.17. No.(s) of CITES
I.18. Description of commodity I.19. Commodity code (HS code)
I.20. Quantity
I.21. I.22. Number of packages
I.23. Seal/Container No I.24.
I.25. Commodities certified as:
Slaughter Game restocking
I.26. I.27. For import or admission into EU
I.28. Identification of the commodity
Species (scientific name) Quantity
COUNTRY SRP (slaughter poultry and poultry for restocking game supplies other than ratites]
II. Health information II.a. Certificate reference number II.b.
Part II: Certification II.1. Animal health attestation

I, the undersigned official veterinarian, hereby certify that the poultry <1> described in this certificate:

II.1.1 meet the provisions of Directive 2009/158/EC;
II.1.2 has remained on:
<2> <3> either [the territory of code ………………………..;]
<3> <4> or [compartment(s) ……………………………..;]
for at least six weeks or since hatching if less than six weeks old prior to import to the Union. Where it was imported into the country, territory, zone or compartment of origin, this took place in accordance with veterinary conditions at least as strict as the relevant requirements of Directive 2009/158/EC and any subsidiary Decisions;
II.1.3 come from:
<2> <3> <12> either [the territory of code ………………………..;]
<3> <4> or [compartment(s) ……………………………..;]
(a) which, at the date of issue of this certificate, was (were) free from Newcastle disease as defined in Regulation (EC) No 798/2008;
(b) where a surveillance programme for avian influenza according to Regulation (EC) No 798/2008 is carried out;
II.1.4 come from:
<2> <3> either [the territory of code ………………………..;]
<3> <4> or [compartment(s) …………………………….;]
<3> either [II.1.4.1 which, at the date of issue of this certificate was (were) free from highly pathogenic and low pathogenic avian influenza as defined in Regulation (EC) No 798/2008;]
<3> or [II.1.4.1 which, at the date of issue of this certificate was (were) free from highly pathogenic avian influenza as defined in Regulation (EC) No 798/2008, and the poultry come from an establishment:

(a) in which within the last 30 days prior to import to the Union low pathogenic avian influenza has not been present;

(b) located in an area which is not placed under official veterinary restrictions by the competent authority in relation to an outbreak of low pathogenic avian influenza and in any case around which within a 1 km radius low pathogenic avian influenza has not been present within the last 30 days prior to import to the Union on any establishment;

(c) where there has been no epidemiological link to an establishment where low pathogenic avian influenza has been present within the last 30 days prior to import to the Union;]

II.1.5 come from a flock where vaccination against avian influenza has not been carried out;
II.1.6 have been kept since hatching or for at least the previous 30 days on the establishment(s) of origin;
(a) which is (are) not subject to any animal health restriction;
(b) within a 10 km radius of which, including, where appropriate, the territory of a neighbouring country, there has been no outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza or Newcastle disease for at least the previous 30 days;
II.1.7 come from flocks which:
(a) have been examined at the date of issue of this certificate and showed no clinical signs of or grounds for suspecting any disease;
<3> either [(b) have not been vaccinated against Newcastle disease;]
COUNTRY SRP (slaughter poultry and poultry for restocking game supplies other than ratites)
II. Health information II.a. Certificate reference number II.b.
<3> or [(b) have been vaccinated against Newcastle disease:
Identification of the flock Age of the birds Date of vaccination [dd/mm/yyyy] Name and type (live or inactivated) of ND virus strain used in vaccine(s) Batch number Name and manufacturer of vaccine
]
<5> [(c) has been vaccinated using officially approved vaccines:
Identification of the flock Age of the birds Date of vaccination [dd/mm/yyyy] Vaccinated against Batch number Name, manufacturer, and type of officially approved vaccines
]
II.1.8 during the period mentioned in II.1.6 has had no contact with poultry not meeting the requirements laid down in this certificate or with wild birds.
II.2. Public health additional guarantees
<6> [The Salmonella control programme referred to in Article 10 of Regulation (EC) No 2160/2003 and the specific requirements for the use of antimicrobials and vaccines in Regulation (EC) No 1177/2006, have been applied to the flock of origin and the flock has been tested for Salmonella serotypes of public health significance:
Identification of the flock Age of the birds Date of last sampling of the flock from which the testing result is known [dd/mm/yyyy] Result of all testing in the flock <7>
positive negative
For reasons other than the Salmonella control programme, within the last three weeks prior to import:
<3> either [antimicrobials were not administered to the slaughter poultry;]
<3> <8> or [the following antimicrobials were administered to the slaughter poultry: ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..;]]
II.3. Animal health additional guarantees
I, the undersigned official veterinarian, further certify that:
<9> [II.3.1 where the consignment is intended for a Member State the status of which has been established in accordance with Article 15(2) of Directive 2009/158/EC, the poultry described in this certificate come from flocks which:
<3> either [have not been vaccinated against Newcastle disease and underwent serological examination for the presence of Newcastle disease antibodies in the 14 days preceding consignment and tested negative;]
<3> or [have been vaccinated against Newcastle disease but not with a live vaccine in the 30 days preceding consignment and underwent a virus isolation test for Newcastle disease in the 14 days preceding consignment on a random sample of cloacal swabs or faeces samples from at least 60 birds and tested negative;]]
<5> [II.3.2 the following additional guarantees, laid down by the Member State of destination in accordance with Articles 16 and/or 17 of Directive 2009/158/EC, are provided:

……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….;]

<9> [II.3.3 if the Member State of destination is Finland or Sweden the poultry:
<3> either [underwent a microbiological test by sampling on the holding of origin and tested negative in accordance with Decision 95/410/EC;]
<3> or [comes from a holding subject to a programme recognised by the European Commission as equivalent to the national programme of Finland or Sweden, as appropriate;]]
COUNTRY SRP (slaughter poultry and poultry for restocking game supplies other than ratites)
II. Health information II.a. Certificate reference number II.b.
II.4. Additional health requirements
I, the undersigned official veterinarian, further certify that:
<10> [although the use of vaccines against Newcastle disease which do not fulfil the specific requirements of Annex VI (II) to Regulation (EC) No 798/2008 is not prohibited in:
<2> <3> either [the territory of code ……………………………………;]
<3> <4> or [cornpartment(s) …………………………………………;]
the poultry described in this certificate:
(a) have not been vaccinated for at least the previous 12 months with such vaccines;
(b) come from a flock which underwent a virus isolation test for Newcastle disease, carried out in an official laboratory not earlier than 14 days preceding consignment on a random sample of cloacal swabs from at least 60 birds in each flock concerned and in which no avian paramyxoviruses with an Intracerebral Pathogenicity Index (ICPI) of more than 0,4 were found;
(c) during the last 60 days before consignment, have not been in contact with poultry that does not fulfil the conditions in (a) and (b);
(d) have been kept in isolation under official surveillance on the establishment of origin in the 14-day period mentioned in (b).]
<11> II.5. Animal transport attestation
I, the undersigned official veterinarian, further certify that the poultry is transported in crates or cages which:
(a) contain only poultry of the same species, category and type coming from the same establishment;
(b) are closed in accordance with the instructions of the competent authority to avoid any possibility of substitution of the contents;
(c) in addition to the vehicles in which they are transported, are designed to:

(i) prevent any excrement escaping and reduce to a minimum any loss of feathers during transport;

(ii) allow visual inspection of the poultry;

(iii) allow cleansing and disinfecting;

(d) in addition to the vehicles in which they are transported, have been cleansed and disinfected before loading in accordance with the instructions of the competent authority.
Notes
Part I:
Box I.8: Provide the code for the zone or the compartment of origin, if necessary, as defined under code of column 2 of Part 1 of Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 798/2008.
Box I.15: Indicate the registration number(s) of railway wagons and lorries, the names of ships and, if known, the flight numbers of aircraft. In the case of transport in containers or boxes, the total number of these and their registration and where there is a serial number of the seal it has to be indicated in box I.23.
Box I.19: Use the appropriate Harmonised System (HS) code of the World Customs Organisation: 01.05 or 01.06.39.
Part II:
<1> Poultry as defined in Regulation (EC) No 798/2008 with the exception of ratites.
<2> Code of the territory as it appears in column 2 of Part 1 of Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 798/2008.
<3> Keep as appropriate.
COUNTRY SRP (slaughter poultry and poultry for restocking game supplies other than ratites)
II. Health information II.a. Certificate reference number II.b.
<4> Insert the name of compartment(s).
<5> Complete if appropriate.
<6> This guarantee applies only for poultry belonging to the species of Gallus gallus and turkeys.
<7> If any of the results were positive for the following serotypes during the life of the flock of origin indicate as positive: Salmonella Enteritidis, Salmonella Typhimurium.
<8> Complete if appropriate: indicate the name and active substance of antimicrobials used.
<9> Delete if consignment is not intended for Finland or Sweden.
<10> This guarantee is required only for poultry coming from countries, territories, zones or compartments where Article 13(1) of Regulation (EC) No 798/2008 applies.
<11> Please note that according to Regulation (EC) No 1/2005 animals will be checked by Member States’ competent authorities if they are fit to continue the journey after entry into the Union. In the case the requirements are not fulfilled, the animals need to be unloaded and further measures taken.
<12> For countries or territories with the entry «N» in column 6 of Part 1 of Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 798/2008, for slaughter poultry and poultry for restocking game supplies other than ratites (SRP) only, this means that in the case of an outbreak of Newcastle disease as defined in Regulation (EC) No 798/2008 then the country code or territory code shall continue to be used but this will exclude any area under official restrictions, by the third country concerned in relation to Newcastle disease, at the date of issue of this certificate.
This certificate is valid for 10 days.
Official veterinarian
Name (in capital letters): Qualification and title:
Date: Signature:
Stamp:

Model veterinary certificate for slaughter ratites (SRA)

COUNTRY Veterinary certificate to EU
Part I: Details of dispatched consignment I.1. Consignor

Name

Address

 

Country

Tel.

I.2. Certificate reference number I.2.a.
I.3. Central Competent Authority
I.4. Local Competent authority
I.5. Consignee

Name

Address

 

Country

Tel.

I.6.

 

I.7. Country of origin ISO code I.8. Region of origin Code I.9. Country of destination ISO code I.10.
I.11. Place of origin 1.12.

 

Name

Address

Approval number
Name

Address

Approval number
Name

Address

Approval number
I.13. Place of loading

Address

 

Approval number

I.14. Date of departure Time of departure
I.15. Means of transport I.16. Entry BIP in EU
Aeroplane Ship Railway wagon
Road vehicle

Identification:

Document:

Other I.17. No.(s) of CITES
I.18. Description of commodity I.19. Commodity code (HS code)

01.06.39

I.20. Quantity
I.21. I.22. Number of packages
I.23. Seal/Container No I.24.
I.25. Commodities certified as:

 

Slaugher

I.26. I.27. For import or admission into EU
I.28. Identification of the commodity
Species

(Scientific name)

Breed/Category Identification system Identification number Quantity
COUNTRY SRA (slaughter ratites)
II. Health information II.a. Certificate reference number II.b.
II.1. Animal health attestation
Part II. Certification I, the undersigned official veterinarian, hereby certify that in accordance with Directive 2009/158/EC, the ratites <1> described in this certificate:
II.1.1 come from:
<2> <3> either [the territory of code ……………………………:]
<3> <4> or [compartment(s) …………………………………;]
where they have remained for at least six weeks or since hatching if less than six weeks old prior to import to the Union. If they were imported into the country, territory, zone or compartment of origin, this took place in accordance with veterinary conditions at least as strict as the relevant requirements of Directive 2009/158/EC and any subsidiary Decisions;
II.1.2 come from:
<2> <3> <9> either [the territory of code ……………………………;]
<3> <4> or [compartment(s) ………………………………….;]
<3> either [(a) which was (were) free from Newcastle disease as defined in Regulation (EC) No 798/2008;]
<3> <5> or [(a) which was not free from Newcastle disease as defined in Regulation (EC) No 798/2008;]
(b) where a surveillance programme for avian influenza according to Regulation (EC) No 798/2008 is carried out;
II.1.3 come from:
<2> <3> either [the territory of code ……………………………;]
<3> <4> or [compartment(s) ………………………………….;]
<3> either [II.1.3.1 which, at the date of issue of this certificate was (were) free from highly pathogenic and low pathogenic avian influenza as defined in Regulation (EC) No 798/2008;]
<3> or [II.1.3.1 which, at the date of issue of this certificate was (were) free from highly pathogenic avian Influenza as defined in Regulation (EC) No 798/2008, and the ratites come from an establishment:
(a) in which low pathogenic avian influenza has not been present within the last 30 days prior to import to the Union;
(b) located in an area which is not placed under official veterinary restrictions by the competent authority in relation to an outbreak of low pathogenic avian influenza and in any case around which within a 1 km radius low pathogenic avian influenza has not been present within the last 30 days prior to import to the Union on any establishment;
(c) where there has been no epidemiological link to an establishment where low pathogenic avian influenza has been present within the last 30 days prior to import to the Union;]
II.1.4 come from a flock where vaccination against avian influenza has not been carried out;
II.1.5 have been kept since hatching or for at least the previous 30 days on the establishment(s) of origin;
(a) which is (are) not subject to any animal health restriction;
(b) within a 10 km radius of which, including, where appropriate, the territory of a neighbouring country, there has been no outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza or Newcastle disease for at least the previous 30 days;
COUNTRY SRA (slaughter ratites)
II. Health information II.a. Certificate reference number II.b.
II.1.6 come from flocks which:
(a) have been examined at the date of issue of this certificate and showed no clinical signs of or grounds for suspecting any disease:
<3> either [(b) have not besn vaccinated against Newcastle disease;]
<3> or [(b) have been vaccinated against Newcastle disease:

 

Identification of the flock Age of the birds Date of vaccination [dd/mm/yyyy] Name and type (live or inactivated) of ND virus strain used in vaccine(s) Batch number Name and manufacturer of vaccine
]
<7> [(c) have been vaccinated using officially approved vaccines:
Identification of the flock Age of the birds Date of vaccination [dd/mm/yyyy] Vaccinated against Batch number Name, manufacturer, and type of officially approved vaccines
]
II.1.7 have been examined at the date of issue of this certificate and showed no clinical signs of or grounds for suspecting any disease;
II.1.8 during the period mentioned in II.1.5, have had no contact with poultry not meeting the requirements laid down in this certificate or with wild birds.
II.2. Additional guarantees
I, the undersigned official veterinarian, further certify that:
<6> [II.2.1 where the consignment is intended for a Member State the status of which has been established in accordance with Article 15(2) of Directive 2009/158/EC, the ratites:
<3>either (have not been vaccinated against Newcastle disease and underwent a serological examination for the presence of Newcastle disease antibodies in the 14 days preceding consignment and tested negative;]
<3> or (have been vaccinated against Newcastle disease but not with a live vaccine in the 30 days preceding consignment and underwent a virus isolation test for Newcastle disease in the 14 days preceding consignment on a random sample of cloacal swabs or faeces samples from at least 60 birds and tested negative;]]
<7> [II.2.2 The following additional guarantees, laid down by the Member State of destination in accordance with Articles 16 and/or 17 of Directive 2009/158/EC, are provided:

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….;]

<6> [II.2.3 If the Member State of destination is Finland or Sweden, the ratites:
<3> either (have undergone a microbiological test by sampling on the establishment of origin and tested negative in accordance with Decision 95/410/EC;]
<3> or (come from an establishment subject to a programme recognised by the European Commission as equivalent to the national programme of Finland or Sweden, as appropriate.]]
COUNTRY SRA (slaughter ratites)
II. Health information II.a. Certificate reference number II.b.
II.3. Additional health requirements for countries not free from Newcastle disease
<5> [I, the undersigned official veterinarian, further certify that the ratites described in this certificate:
(a) were placed under official surveillance for at least 21 days prior to import to the Union in a quarantine station as defined in Article 2 of Directive 2009/158/EC and approved by the competent authority:
(approval number and address of the quarantine station ………………………………………..);
(b) underwent a virus isolation test for Newcastle disease, carried out in an official laboratory seven to 10 days after their entry into a quarantine station on either cloacal swabs or faeces samples from each bird and in which no avian paramyxovirus type 1 isolates with an Intracerebral Pathogenicity Index (ICPI) of more than 0,4 were found. Favourable results were available from all birds in the consignment before they left the quarantine station for import to the Union;
(c) come from flocks in which surveillance for Newcastle disease has been carried out under a statistically based sampling plan which produced negative results for at least six months immediately prior to import to the Union.]
II.4. Animal transport attestation
<8> I, the undersigned official veterinarian, further certify that the ratites are transported in crates or cages which:
(a) contain only ratites of the same species, category and type coming from the same establishment;
(b) are closed in accordance with the instructions of the competent authority to avoid any possibility of substitution of the contents;
(c) in addition to the vehicles in which they are transported, are designed to:
(i) prevent any excrement escaping and reduce to a minimum any loss of feathers during transport,
(ii) allow visual inspection of the ratites,
(iii) allow cleansing and disinfecting;
(d) in addition to the vehicles in which they are transported, have been cleansed and disinfected before loading in accordance with the instructions of the competent authority.
Notes
Part I:
Box I.8: Provide the code for the zone or the compartment of origin, if necessary, as defined under code in column 2 of Part 1 of Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 798/2008.
Box I.15; Indicate the registration number(s) of railway wagons and lorries, the names of ships and. If known, the flight numbers of aircraft. In the case of transport in containers or boxes, the total number of these and their registration and where there is a serial number of the seal it has to be indicated in box I.23.
Box I.28: (Identification System and Identification Number): Neck-tags and microchips must include the ISO code of the country of origin; microchips must comply with ISO standards.
Part II:
<1> Ratites means birds of the order Struthioniformes (Casuariidae, Rheidae, Struthionidae). After import, the ratites must be sent immediately to the slaughterhouse of destination in accordance with Article 18 <5> second subparagraph of Directive 2009/158/EC.
<2> Code of the territory as it appears in column 2 of Part 1 of Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 798/2008.
<3> Keep as appropriate,
<4> Insert the name of compartment(s).
COUNTRY SRA (slaughter ratites)
II. Health information II.a. Certificate reference number II.b.
<5> Applicable only to the countries with the entry «V» in column 5 of Part 1 of Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 798/2008. However, this does not apply to slaughter ratites coming from compartments.
<6> Delete if consignment is not intended for Finland or Sweden.
<7> Complete if appropriate.
<8> Please note that according to Regulation (EC) No 1/2005 animals will be checked by Member States’ competent authorities if they are fit to continue the journey after entry into the Union. In the case the requirements are not fulfilled, the animals need to be unloaded and further measures taken.
<9> For countries or territories with the entry «N» in column 6 of Part 1 of Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 798/2008, for slaughter ratites (SRA) only, this means that in the case of an outbreak of Newcastle disease as defined in Regulation (EC) No 798/2008 then the country code or territory code shall continue to be used but this will exclude any area under official restrictions, by the third country concerned in relation to Newcastle disease, at the date of issue of this certificate.
This certificate is valid for 10 days.
Official veterinarian
Name (in capital letters): Qualification and title:
Date: Signature:
Stamp:

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