Health & Consumer Protection Directorate General. Better Training for Safer Food Lithuania 2008. EU IMPORT AND TRANSIT PROCEDURES FOR ANIMAL BY-PRODUCTS CANALISATION OF CATEGORY 3 PRODUCTS OF REGULATION (EC) NO 1774/2002. Tarja Lehtonen EVIRA, FINLAND. IMPORT and TRANSIT CONDITIONS FOR ABP.
Better Training for Safer Food
REGULATION (EC) No 1774/2002 of THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL laying down health rules concerning animal by-products not intended for human consumptionhttp://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/site/en/consleg/2002/R/02002R1774-20070101-en.pdfCOMMISSION REGULATION (EC) No 829/2007of 28 June 2007 amending Annexes I, II, VII, VIII, X and XI to Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 of the EuropeanParliament and of the Council as regards the placing on the market of certain animal by-products http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2007:191:0001:0099:EN:PDFincludes health certificate models, coming into force 24.7.2007 according to 1256/2007/EC (former certificate model approved until 30.6.2008, if certificate issued before 30.4.2008)
account text in Column 3
(especially, if entry BIP is port BIP)
-the country of origin and arrival BIP (for entry)
-the CVED number
-the third country of destination and border inspection post of exit (for exit)
-each consignment marked with CVED number
4101, 4102 or 4103.
a) hides and skins of ungulates complying with the
requirements of Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 of
29 April 2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council
laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin
(b) hides and skins of ungulates having undergone the complete
process of tanning;
(c) to ‘wet blue’;
(d) to ‘pickled pelts’; and
(e) to limed hides (treated with lime and in brine at a pH of 12 to 13 for at least eight hours).
competent authority of the place of destination with TRACES (used to be Animo) for the following consignments:
-intended for a Member State or an area
having specific requirements
-samples have been taken but the results are not
- imports authorized only for specific purposes-mainly ABP
List of ABP products to be channelled:
Click the CVED for Animal Products link.
The appropriate certificate to be controlled can be searched for by certificate reference, consignor, departure after and before a certain date, certificate status, country of origin, consignee, commodity or means of transport. As many fields as possible should be populated, in order to limit the search as much as possible. In this example, the certificate is to be searched for by the certificate status. Click on the arrow to the right of the Certificate Status: field.
Click on the required certificate status to be searched for. In this example, Valid is selected.
Click the Search link.
A list of all certificates with the status Valid are now displayed. Click on the Open link of the required certificate. In this example, the Open link under certificate CVEDP.FI.2007.0002949 is selected.
Click the Control link.
This section displays the location of the place of control (Exit BIP, Final BIP or Local Veterinary Unit) and the conformity of the consignment.
Step 8.Click the Local Veterinary Unit option.
Step 9.Select the appropriate Conformity of the Consignment: option. In this example, Yes is selected.
Step 10.Official Veterinarian at the Controlled DestinationThis section displays details (name, address, postal code and ANIMO unit number) of the official veterinarian at the controlled destination.
Click the Submit Control link.
Click in the Please enter your password to sign the consignment document CVE field.
Enter the desired information into the Please enter your password to sign the consignment document CVE field.
Click the Sign Validation link.
The CVED for animal by-products has now had a follow up entered.Click the Welcome Page link.
You have now learnt how to control a CVED for animal by-products.End of Procedure.