Model veterinary certificate for egg products (EP)

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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 No I.2.a.
I.3. Central competent authority
I.4. Local competent authority
I.5. Consignee

Name

Address

 

Postcode

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

 

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

Railway wagon

Ship
Road vehicle

Identification:

Documentation references:

Other I.17.
I.18. Description of commodity I.19. Commodity code (HS code)

 

I.20. Quantity
I.21. Temperature of products I.22. Number of packages
Ambient Chilled Frozen
I.23. Seal/Container No I.24. Type of packaging
I.25. Commodities certified as:

 

Human consumption

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

Approval number of establishments

Species

(scientific name)

 

 

Nature of commodity Manufacturing plant Cold store Net weight
COUNTRY EP (egg products)
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 egg products described in this certificate were produced from eggs coming from (an) establishment(s) in which highly pathogenic avian influenza and Newcastle disease as defined in Regulation (EC) No 798/2008 have not been present within the last 30 days prior to the time of collection of the eggs; and
either
<1> [II.1.1 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 for at least the previous 30 days.]
or
<1> [II.1.1 the egg products were processed:
<1> either [liquid egg white was treated:
<1> either [with 55.6 °C for 870 seconds.]

<1> or [with 56.7 °C for 232 seconds.]]

<1> or [10% salted yolk was treated with 62.2 °C for 138 seconds.]
<1> or [dried egg white was treated:

<1> either [with 67 °C for 20 hours.]

<1> or [with 54.4 °C for 513 hours.]]

<1> or [whole eggs were at least treated:

<1> either [with 60 °C for 188 seconds.]

<1> or [completely cooked.]]

<1> or [whole egg blends were at least treated:

<1> either [with 60 °C for 188 seconds.]

<1> or [with 61.1 °C for 94 seconds.]

<1> or [completely cooked.]]]

either
<1> [II.1.2 within a 10 km radius of which, including, where appropriate, the territory of a neighbouring country, there has been no outbreak of Newcastle disease for at least the previous 30 days.]
or
<1> [II.1.2 with respect to the presence of Newcastle disease the egg products were processed:
<1> either [liquid egg white was treated:

<1> either [with 55 °C for 2 278 seconds.]

<1> or [with 57 °C for 986 seconds.]

<1> or [with 59 °C for 301 seconds.]]

<1> or [10% salted yolk was treated with 55 °C for 176 seconds.]
<1> or [dried egg white was treated with 57 °C for 50.4 hours.]
<1> or [whole eggs were at least treated:

<1> either [with 55 °C for 2 521 seconds.]

<1> or [with 57 °C for 1 596 seconds.]

<1> or [with 59 °C for 674 seconds.]]

<1> or [completely cooked.]]

II.2. Public health attestation
I, the undersigned, official veterinarian/official inspector declare that I am aware of the relevant provisions of Regulations (EC) Nos 178/2002, 852/2004 and 853/2004 and hereby certify that the egg products described in this certificate have been obtained in accordance with those requirements, and in particular that:
II.2.1 they come from (an) establishments(s) implementing a programme based on the HACCP principles in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 852/2004;
II.2.2 they have been produced from raw material which meets the requirements of Section X, Chapter II (II) of Annex III to Regulation (EC) No 853/2004;
COUNTRY EP (egg products)
II. Health information II.a. Certificate reference number II.b.
II.2.3 they have been manufactured in compliance with the hygiene requirements laid down in Section X, Chapter II (III) of Annex III to Regulation (EC) No 853/2004;
II.2.4 they satisfy the analytical specifications in Section X, Chapter II (IV) of Annex III to Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 and the relevant criteria in Regulation (EC) No 2073/2005 on microbiological criteria for foodstuffs;
II.2.5 they have been marked with an identification mark in accordance with Section 1 of Annex II and Section X, Chapter II (V) of Annex III to Regulation (EC) No 853/2004;
II.2.6 the guarantees covering live animals and products thereof provided by the residue plans submitted in accordance with Directive 96/23/EC, and in particular Article 29 thereof, are fulfilled.
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.11: Name, address and approval number of establishment of dispatch.
— 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 the World Customs Organisation: 04.07, 04.08, 35.02 or 21.06.10.
— Box I.28: Nature of commodity: specify the egg content percentage.
Part II:
<1> Keep as appropriate.
Official veterinarian
Name (in capital letters): Qualification and title:
Date: Signature:
Stamp:

 

Annex II

(as referred to in Article 4)

(To be completed and attached to the veterinary certificate where transport of poultry and day-old chicks to the European Community border includes transport by ship, even for part of the journey.)

Declaration by the master of the ship
1. the undersigned, master of ship (name …………………………), declare that the poultry referred to in the attached veterinary certificate No …………… has remained on board the ship during the voyage from ………………………… in ………………………… (exporting country, territory, zone or compartment) to …………………………… in the European Community and that the ship did not call at any place outside ………………………… (exporting country, territory, zone or compartment) en route to the European Community other than: …………………… (Ports of call en route). Moreover, during the journey, the poultry has not been in contact with other poultry of a lower health status on board.

 

Done at ……………………………………………………. on ………………………………………………………………….

(Port of arrival)

 

 

 

(Date of arrival)
(Stamp)

 

 

 

(Signature of master)
(Name in capital letters and title)

Annex III

COMMUNITY ACTS, INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS  AND PROCEDURES FOR EXAMINATION, SAMPLING AND TESTING AS REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 6

  1. Before import into the Community

 

Methods for standardisation of materials and procedures for examination, sampling and testing for:

  1. Avian influenza

— Diagnostic manual for avian influenza as laid down in Commission Decision 2006/437/EC <*>; or

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<*> OJ L 237, 31.8.2006, p. 1.

 

— Manual of Diagnostic Tests and Vaccines for Terrestrial Animals of the World Organisation for animal Health (OIE) <*>.

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<*> http://www.oie.int/eng/normes/mmanual/A_summry.htm

 

  1. Newcastle disease

— Annex III to Council Directive 92/66/EEC <*>; or

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<*> OJ L 260, 5.9.1992, p. 1. Directive as last amended by Directive 2006/104/EC (OJ L 363, 20.12.2006, p. 352).

 

— Manual of Diagnostic Tests and Vaccines for Terrestrial Animals of the World Organisation for animal Health (OIE);

— Where Article 12 of Directive 2009/158/EC applies, the sampling and testing methods must comply with the methods described in Annexes to Commission Decision 92/340/EEC <*>.

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<*> OJ L 188, 8.7.1992, p. 34.

 

  1. Salmonella pullorum and Salmonella gallinarum

— Chapter III of Annex II to Directive 2009/158/EC; or

— Manual of Diagnostic Tests and Vaccines for Terrestrial Animals of the World Organisation for animal Health (OIE).

  1. Salmonella arizonae

— Chapter III of Annex II to Directive 2009/158/EC; or

— Manual of Diagnostic Tests and Vaccines for Terrestrial Animals of the World Organisation for animal Health (OIE).

  1. Mycoplasma gallisepticum

— Chapter III of Annex II to Directive 2009/158/EC; or

— Manual of Diagnostic Tests and Vaccines for Terrestrial Animals of the World Organisation for animal Health (OIE).

  1. Mycoplasma meleagridis

Chapter III of Annex II to Directive 2009/158/EC.

  1. Salmonella of public health significance

Sampling shall be carried out in accordance with the sampling protocol laid down in point 2.2 of the Annex to Commission Regulation (EU) No 200/2010.

The detection method recommended by the EU reference laboratory (EURL) for salmonella in Bilthoven, the Netherlands, or an equivalent method shall be used. That method is described in the current version of Annex D of ISO 6579 (2002): «Detection of Salmonella spp. in animal faeces and in samples of the primary production stage». For that detection method, a semi-solid medium (modified semi-solid Rappaport-Vassiladis medium, MSRV) is used as the single selective enrichment medium.

Serotyping shall be carried out following the Kauffmann-White scheme or an equivalent method.

  1. Additional guarantees (X) in relation to certain third countries not free from Newcastle disease

8.1. In establishments referred to in point 8.2, the official veterinarian must:

(a) check the production and health records of the establishment;

(b) carry out a clinical inspection in each production unit, including an evaluation of its clinical history and clinical examinations of poultry — in particular of those that appear sick — in each production unit from which dispatch referred to in point 8.2 is intended;

(c) sample at least 60 tracheal or oropharyngeal and 60 cloacal swabs for laboratory investigations to be performed for checking the presence of Newcastle disease virus from poultry and ratites from each production unit from which dispatch referred to in point 8.2 is intended; if the number of birds present in that epidemiological unit is smaller than 60, swabs must be taken from all birds. In case of products referred to in point 8.2(c) this sampling may also take place at the slaughter-house.

8.2. Point 8.1 applies in establishments from which it is intended to dispatch to the Union:

(a) breeding or productive poultry and breeding or productive ratites (BPP, BPR);

(b) day-old chicks of poultry, day-old chicks of ratites, hatching eggs of poultry or ratites and eggs for consumption (DOC, DOR, HEP, HER, E);

(c) meat obtained from poultry and ratites kept on such holdings (POU, RAT).

8.3. The procedures provided for in point 8.1 must be carried out:

(a) for the commodities referred to in points (a) and (c) of point 8.2, within not more than 72 hours prior to dispatch to the Union or prior to the slaughter of the poultry and ratites;

(b) for the commodities referred to in point (b) of point 8.2, at intervals of 15 days or in case of infrequent dispatch to the Union, not more than seven days before collection of the hatching eggs.

8.4. The procedures referred to in point 8.1 must have a favorable outcome and the laboratory investigations referred to above must be performed in an official laboratory, give negative results and be available before dispatch to the Union of any of the commodities listed in points 8.2.

 

  1. After import into the Community

 

Sampling and testing procedures for avian influenza and Newcastle disease:

During the period referred to in point II.1 of Annex VIII, the official veterinarian shall take samples from the imported poultry for virological examination, to be tested as follows:

— Between the seventh and the fifteenth day following the date of commencement of the isolation period, cloacal swabs must be taken from all birds where the consignment contains less than 60 birds, and from at least 60 birds where consignments contain more than 60 birds;

— Testing of samples must be carried out in official laboratories designated by the competent authority, using diagnostic procedures for:

(i) avian influenza as laid down in the diagnostic manual in Commission Decision 2006/437/EC;

(ii) Newcastle disease as laid down in Annex III to Council Directive 92/66/EEC.

 

III. General requirements

 

— Samples may be pooled, subject to a maximum of five samples from individual birds in each pool.

— Virus isolates must be sent without delay to the national reference laboratory.

 

Annex IV

(as referred to in Article 8(2)(d), Article 9(2)(b) and Article 10)

REQUIREMENTS FOR AVIAN INFLUENZA SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMMES AND INFORMATION TO BE SUBMITTED <*>

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<*> Please give as much detailed information as necessary to allow proper assessment of the programme.

 

  1. Requirements for avian influenza surveillance in poultry carried out in third countries, territories, zones or compartments as referred to in Article 10
  2. surveillance for avian influenza in poultry:
  3. Description of objectives
  4. Third country, territory, zone or compartment (keep as appropriate):
  5. Type of surveillance:

— Serological surveillance

— Virological surveillance

— Targeted avian influenza subtypes

  1. Sampling criteria:

— Targeted species (for example, s, chicken, partridges)

— Targeted categories (for example, breeders, layers)

— Targeted husbandry systems (for example, commercial establishments, backyard flocks)

  1. Statistical basis for number of establishments sampled:

— Number of establishments in area

— Number of establishments per category

— Number of establishments to be sampled per poultry category

  1. Frequency of sampling
  2. Number of samples taken per establishment/shed
  3. Time period for sampling
  4. Type of samples taken (tissue, faeces, cloacal/oropharyngeal/tracheal swabs)
  5. Laboratory tests used (for example, AGID, PCR, HI, Virus isolation.)
  6. Indication of laboratories carrying out testing at central, regional or local level (keep as appropriate)

Indication of reference laboratory carrying out confirmatory testing (avian influenza national reference laboratory, OIE or Community reference laboratory for avian influenza)

  1. Reporting system/protocol used for avian influenza surveillance results (include results where available)
  2. Follow-up investigations of positive results for subtypes H5 and H7.
  3. where available information on surveillance for avian influenza in wild birds to assess risk factors for avian influenza introduction into poultry:
  4. Type of surveillance:

— Serological surveillance

— Virological surveillance

— Targeted avian influenza subtypes

  1. Sampling criteria
  2. Targeting of wild bird species (indicate species names in Latin)
  3. Targeting of selected areas
  4. Information referred to in point 6 and points 8 to 12 of Part I.A.
  5. Avian influenza surveillance to be carried out following the occurrence of an outbreak of that disease in a third country, territory, zone or compartment previously free from that disease, as referred to in Articles 8(2)(d) and 9(2)(b)

Surveillance for avian influenza must provide at least the confidence by a randomised representative sample of the populations at risk to demonstrate the absence of infection taking into account the specific epidemiological circumstances in relation to the occurred outbreak(s).

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