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Analytical examination of the acquis

CHAPTER 12 – FOOD SAFETY, VETERINARY AND PHYTOSANITARY POLICIES

Turkey

Country session

24-28.04.2006

 

Monday, 24 April 2006 – Meeting room: CCAB – 2B

Morning: Introduction & General aspects 

09h30-09h45

Welcome and introduction– Chairman: Martin Harvey, DG Enlargement 

09h45-11h00

General: Institutional framework, legal regime and administrative organisation in the area of food safety, veterinary and phytosanitary  

11h00-11h15

Coffee break

11h15-11h45 

+ Q & A

General Food law

Committees

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 1, ch. 1)

11h45-12h15

+ Q & A

Control system in the internal market

 (Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 2, ch. 1)

12h15-13h00

 + Q & A

Control system of imports – 1st part

 (Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 2, ch. 2)

13h00-14h30

Lunch break

Afternoon: Veterinary 

14h30-15h00 

+ Q & A

Control system of imports – 2nd part 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 2, ch. 2)

15h00-16h00

+ Q & A

Identification and registration of animals and registration of their movements 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 2, ch. 3)

16h00-16h15

Coffee break

16h15-18h00 

+ Q & A

Control measures of animal diseases – 1st part (continues Tuesday 25/04)

(TSE/BSE only Monday)

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 2, ch. 4)

Tuesday, 25 April 2006 – Meeting room: CCAB – 2B

Morning: Veterinary 

09h30-10h30 

+ Q & A

Control measures of animal diseases – 2nd part 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 2, ch. 4)

10h30-11h30

+ Q & A

Intra-community trade for live animals, semen ova and embryos 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 2, ch. 5)

11h30-11h45

Coffee break

11h45-12h20 

+ Q & A

Prohibition of substances and residues controls 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 2, ch. 7)

12h20-13h00 

+ Q & A

Imports requirements for live animals and animal’s products 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 2, ch. 8)

13h00-14h30

Lunch break

Afternoon: Veterinary 

14h30-16h00 

+ Q & A

Animal welfare 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 2, ch. 10)

16h00-16h15

Coffee break

16h15-16h45 

+ Q & A

Zootechnics 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 2, ch. 11)

16h45-17h15 

+ Q & A

Veterinary expenditures 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 2, ch. 12)

17h15-17h30 

+ Q & A

Non commercial movements of pet animals  

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 2, ch. 6)

17h30-18h00 

+ Q & A

Community international agreements 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 2, ch. 9)

Wednesday, 26 April 2006 – Meeting room: CCAB – 2B

Morning: Placing on the market of food and feed 

09h30-10h30 

+ Q & A

Structural requirements for establishments – 1st part 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 3, ch. 1,2 and 5)

11h00-11h15

Coffee break

11h15-13h00 

+ Q & A

Structural requirements for establishments – 2nd part

Structural requirements for fisheries

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 3, ch. 1, 2 and 5)

13h00-14h30

Lunch break

Afternoon: Placing on the market of food and feed 

14h30-16h00 

+ Q & A

Control rules  

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 3, ch. 3 and 4)

16h00-16h30 

+ Q & A

Direct sales 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 3, ch. 1-4)

16h30-16h45

Coffee break

16h45-17h15 

+ Q & A

Microbiological criteria 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 3, ch. 2 and 4)

17h15-17h45 

+ Q & A

Rules for animal by-products  

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 3, ch. 5)

17h45-18h15 

+ Q & A

Funding of checks  

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 3, ch. 6)

Thursday, 27 April 2006 – Meeting room: CCAB – 2B

Morning:  Food Safety Rules 

09h30- 10h30 

+ Q & A

Labelling: Presentation and advertising of foodstuffs including nutritional labelling

 (Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 4, ch. 1)

10h30-10h45

Coffee break

10h45 -11h45 

+ Q & A

Nutrition: Food supplements, food for particular nutritional uses and fortified foods

 (Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 4, ch. 6, and 7)

11h45-12h30

 + Q & A

Additives and Flavouring, incl. extraction solvents and ionising radiation

 (Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 4, ch. 2, 3, 4 and 11)

12h30-13h00

 + Q & A

Quick Frozen Foodstuff

 (Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 4, ch. 8)

13h00-14h30

Lunch break

Afternoon: Specific rules for food 

14h30-15h30

 + Q & A

Genetically modified foodstuffs 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 4, ch. 10)

15h30-16h00

 + Q & A

Novel Food

 (Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 4, ch. 10)

16h00-16h15

Coffee break

16h15-17h00

 + Q & A

Food contact materials

 (Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 4, ch. 5)

17h00-17h30

+ Q & A

Mineral Water

 (Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 4, ch. 12)

17h30-18h00

 + Q & A

Contaminants

 (Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 4, ch. 9)

Friday, 28 April 2006 – Meeting room: CCAB – 2B

Morning: Phytosanitary issues 

09h30-10h30 

+ Q & A

Specific rules for Feed 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 5, ch. 1-7)

10h30-10h45

Coffee break

10h45-12h00 

+ Q & A

Plant health – Harmful organisms  

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 6, ch. 1)

12h00-13h00 

+ Q & A

Plant health – Plant protection products  

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 6, ch. 2)

13h00-14h30

Lunch break

Afternoon: Phytosanitary  

14h30-15h00 

+ Q & A

Plant health – plant protection products – Residues 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 6, ch. 2)

15h00-16h00 

+ Q & A

Quality of seeds and propagating material  

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 6, ch. 3)

16h00-16h15

Coffee break

16h15-17h15 

+ Q & A

Plant variety rights 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 6, ch. 4)

17h15-17h40

+ Q & A

Community international agreements 

(Relevant acquis listed in the annex, title 6, ch. 5)

17h40-18h00

Closing remarks – Speaker : Martin Harvey, DG Enlargement

Chapter 12 – Food safety, veterinary and phytosanitary policies

 Title: 1 General          

Chapter 1:    Food Law

Chapter 2:    Committees

Chapter 3:    Acts of Accession

I. 2003 Act of Accession

II. 2005 Act of Accession

 Title 2: Veterinary     

Chapter 1:    Control system in the internal market

I. Live animals, semen, ova and embryos

II. Animal Products 

III. Certification

IV. Mutual Assistance

V. Computer Systems TRACES: new ANIMO

VI. Funding of checks

VII. Safeguard measures 

Chapter 2   : Control system for imports 

I. Live animals

II. Animal products

III. Border Inspection Posts

IV. Computer Systems TRACES: new SHIFT

V. Safeguard measures

VI. Funding of checks 

Chapter 3:    Identification and registration of animals and registration of their movements

I. Bovine animals

II. Porcine animals

III. Ovine and caprine animals

IV. Equidae 

Chapter 4:    Control measures for animal diseases

I. Foot and Mouth Disease

II. Classical Swine Fever.

III. African horse sickness.

IV. Avian Influenza

V. Newcastle disease

VI. Fish diseases

VII. Mollusc diseases

VIII. Bluetongue disease

IX. Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies

X. Zoonoses

XI. Other Diseases

XII. Notification of diseases 

Chapter: 5  Intra-community trade in live animals semen, ova and embryos

I. Bovine and Porcine animals

II. Ovine and caprine animals

III. Equidae

IV. Poultry and hatching eggs

V. Aquaculture animals

VI. Embryos of bovine animals

VII. Semen of bovine animals

VIII. Semen of porcine animals

IX. Other animals, semen, ova and embryos. 

Chapter 6:    Non commercial movements of pet animals

Chapter 7:    Prohibition of substances and control of residues

I. Prohibition of substances

II. Residues controls 

Chapter 8:    Import requirements for live animals and animal products

A. Live animals Semen Ova and Embryos

B. Animal Products

C. Lists of establishments 

Chapter 9:    Community International Agreements

I. EEA Agreement

II. Republic of San Marino

III. Faroe Islands

IV. Andorra

V. Switzerland

VI. New Zealand

VII. Canada

VIII. United States of America

IX. Chile

X. International Organisations

XI. European Convention 

Chapter 10:  Animal welfare

I. Farm animals

II. Animals during transport

III. Animals at the time of slaughter or killing 

Chapter 11:  Zootechnics

I. Bovine animals

II. Porcine animals

III. Ovine and Caprine animals

IV. Equidae

V. Equidae intended for competition

VI. Other pure-bred animals

VII. Imports from third countries 

Chapter 12:  Veterinary expenditures 

Title 3: Placing on the market of food and feed 

Chapter 1:    Hygiene rules

Chapter 2:    Specific rules for animal products

Chapter 3:    Control rules

Chapter 4:    Specific control rules for animal products

Chapter 5:    Rules for animal by-products

Chapter 6:    Funding of checks 

Title 4: Food Safety Rules 

Chapter 1:    Labelling presentation and advertising of foodstuffs including nutritional labelling

Chapter 2:    Additives authorised and purity criteria

Chapter 3:    Extraction solvents

Chapter 4:    Flavourings

Chapter 5:    Food contact materials

Chapter 6:    Food supplements

Chapter 7:    Food for particular uses Food supplements

Chapter 8:    Quick frozen foodstuffs

Chapter 9:    Contaminants

Chapter 10:  Novel foods and GMO (genetically modified foodstuffs)

Chapter 11:  Ionising radiation

Chapter 12:  Mineral waters 

Title 5:  Specific Rules for Feed 

Chapter 1:    Feed Additives

Chapter 2:    Compound Feedingstuffs

Chapter 3:    Feed Materials

Chapter 4:    Undesirable Substances

Chapter 5:    Feedingstuffs intended for particular nutritional purposes

Chapter 6:    Certain Products used in Animal Nutrition (Bioproteins)

Chapter 7:    Medicated Feed 

Title 6:  Phytosanitary 

Chapter 1:    Plant Health – Harmful Organisms

I. General control measures

II. Specific control measures

III. Protected zones

IV. Registration of operators - Plant passports

V. Import from third countries

VI. Inspections and notification of interception

VII. Derogations

VIII. Solidarity and liability

IX. Infrastructures 

Chapter 2:    Plant Health – Plant Protection Products

I. Placing on the market

II. Pesticide residues 

Chapter 3:    Quality of Seeds and Propagating Material

Chapter 4:    Plant Variety Rights

Chapter 5:    Community International Agreements

I. EEA Agreement

II. Agreement with Switzerland

III. Agreement with Chile

IV. International Conventions


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