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1. EXPORT INSPECTION AGENCY - DELHI Residue Monitoring SystemIssuance of Health CertificateGAP including ethical practices in export MAMTA RANI
06 September 2011 8/6/2012 1
2. EXPORT INSPECTION AGENCY - DELHI About Us Export (QC&I) Act, 1963 ? The Act governing quality of exports
EIC set up to advise Govt. on measures for sound development of exports through QC & I to include notification of standards & certification systems
Powers of Central Government under the Act
Notify commodities for compulsory PSI
Specify standards for export and type of QC & I
Establish or recognize Agencies for QC & I
Nearly 1000 commodities were notified.
3. EXPORT INSPECTION AGENCY - DELHI EIC (CA)-STRUCTURE Apex Body ? Council, Chairman, 18 members,
Member Secretary- Director, EIC
EIC ? The Central Competent Authority
CEO Director, office at Delhi
Regional Competent Authorities? 5 EIAs at Mumbai, Kochi, Kolkata, Delhi and Chennai, under administrative & technical control of EIC
28 Sub-offices & labs
4. EXPORT INSPECTION AGENCY - DELHI SYSTEMS OF EXPORT INSPECTION & CERTIFICATION Consignment wise inspection
In-Process Quality Control
Approval and monitoring of processing and manufacturing units based on food safety management systems such as GMP/ GHP / HACCP.
5. EXPORT INSPECTION AGENCY - DELHI EIC-ROLE IN WTO REGIME Regulatory role to
address health & safety concerns of importing countries
compulsory certification for Marine products, Egg products, Milk products, Honey products, Poultry Meat products etc.
Voluntary export certification ? Tea, F&V, Spices, Basmati Rice
Equivalence Agreements/MOUs with trading partners for recognition of EIC?s certification
Certificate of Health (Food items), Authenticity (Basmati Rice-EC)
Support for Export Inspection & Certification
Commercial testing (facilities extended to industry)
Import testing of food items-EIA Labs identified by MoH&FW 8/6/2012 5
6. EXPORT INSPECTION AGENCY - DELHI EIC - ROLE IN WTO REGIME CONTD?. Training and technical assistance to industry to upgrade to International standards
Represent India?s interests in International standards bodies/ WTO - views based on practical experience
Continuous dialogue with importing countries for problem solving on non-tariff related issues
Problem oriented research ? studies on issues related to quality of Indian exports
Maintain information database on regulatory requirements of trading partners
Issue of Certificates of Origin under various preferential tariff schemes for duty concessions for exporters by foreign customs
7. EXPORT INSPECTION AGENCY - DELHI INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITIONS EC - CA for marine products and issuance of authenticity certificate for basmati rice; egg products, dialogue on for dairy products, poultry meat & honey
Italy- MOU for marine products.
USA (USFDA) - recognized for Black Pepper; initiated dialogue for others.
Australia (AQIS) - recognized for marine products ?seeking for dairy products, spices etc.
Sri Lanka (SLSI) - recognized for 85 products regulated by Sri Lanka (food, cement, engineering items, electrical appliances, milk products etc.
Singapore ? The MRA?s covers Food & Agriculture.
Korea- Recognized for certifying food products
Japan- Recognized for certifying F& FP, Poultry products
Russia ? Recognized for Marine Products
Others - Other EU countries, Canada, Argentina etc- under negotiation
8. EXPORT INSPECTION AGENCY - DELHI Our website (www.eicindia.org) 8/6/2012 8
9. SPS/TBT 8/6/2012 9 EXPORT INSPECTION AGENCY - DELHI
10. EXPORT INSPECTION AGENCY - DELHI Residue Monitoring System Residues
Substances having pharmacological action (both prohibited and permitted substances) (SUBSTANCES HAVING ANABOLIC EFFECT AND UNAUTHORISED SUBSTANCES, VETERINARY DRUGS (1) AND CONTAMINANTS)
Metabolites of substances
Substances transmitted to animal products (Heavy metals, pesticides, toxins, PCBs, dioxins, etc.)
Substances formed by biological action (bacterial toxins, aflatoxins, etc.)
11. EXPORT INSPECTION AGENCY - DELHI Residue Monitoring System Preventing prohibited substances getting into the food chain, which are harmful or likely to be harmful to human health.
Monitoring of substances which are harmful or likely to be harmful to human health to ensure that the level is within the prescribed limit (based on scientifically established risk analysis) in the particular food.
12. Basis of Residue Monitoring GoI Notifications on products of animal origin: EXPORT INSPECTION AGENCY - DELHI