Regulation (EU) 2019/1084 amending Regulation (EU) 142/2011 as regards the harmonisation of the list of approved or registered establishments, plants and operators and the traceability of certain animal by-products and derived products
Posted on August 27, 2019 at 11:06 am
Commencement: 16th July 2019
Amends: Commission Regulation (EU) 142/2011 laying down health rules as regards animal by-products and derived products not intended for human consumption
This Regulation lays down implementing measures for public and animal health rules for animal by-products and derived products laid down in Regulation (EC) No. 1069/2009. The Regulations concern the disposal and use of animal by-products and derived products.
Requirements for the harmonised list of approved or registered establishments, plants and operators in European Union (EU) Member States are inserted, to ensure that harmonised lists are up-to-date, and are entered into the Trade Control and Expert System (TRACES) by 31st October 2021.
Under Article 30, consignments of animal by-products coming from, and destined for, the Russian Federation, and the movements of consignments of animal by-products and derived products coming from Bosnia Herzegovina, and destined for third countries are not required to be entered into the TRACES system.
- add new requirements stating that once the consignment has arrived at its destination, the competent authority* at that destination must inform the competent authority of origin that the consignment has arrived; and
- replace the previous model commercial document used for the transport of animal by-products and derived products not intended for human consumption, within the EU.
*The competent authorities for the UK are the Food Standards Agency, Food Standards Scotland, and local authorities.
Annex XVI, which sets out a standard format for the authorisation of the dispatch of animal by-products and derived products to another Member State, is amended to make the following change:
Section 10 regarding the standard format for applications for certain authorisations in intra-EU trade is updated to include information on the authorised destination of derived products, and the authorised users of animal by-products or derived products.
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