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Order No. 1192 on Salmonella in cattle.

Country
Type of law
Regulation
Source

Abstract
This Order is regulated by the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration and provides guidelines for the surveillance of salmonellosis and Salmonella (including Salmonella Dublin) in cattle and all animals other than pigs and poultry which are destined to human consumption. The document covers primary production, monitoring, slaughtering and related management of meat through inspection, laboratory testing and study of the bacteria. Research and inspection shall be performed in DANAK, EA and ILAC accredited testing laboratories.
The Order consists of 10 Chapters and 8 Appendices: Scope and definitions (1); Salmonella in cattle (2); Monitoring - Salmonella Dublin (3); Research of critically resistant Salmonella (4); Classification of Salmonella Dublin in high and low prevalent areas (5); Combating Salmonella Dublin (6); Public inspection (7); Management and submission of samples, and administration of inspection costs (8); Exemptions (9); Penalties and entry into force (10).
Appendix 1 - Monitoring of Salmonella Dublin in cattle.
Appendix 2 - Fresh meat surveillance.
Appendix 3 - Swab samples Particular on slaughtered herds affected by Salmonella Dublin.
Appendix 4 - Regionalization of Salmonella Dublin in high and low prevalence areas.
Appendix 5 - Intensified sampling.
Appendix 6 - Particular slaughtering.
Appendix 7 - Swab samples Additional special slaughtering facilitites.
Appendix 8 - Reporting to cattle database.
Date of text
Entry into force notes
26 October 2015.
Repealed
No
Source language

English

Legislation Amendment
No
Original title
Bekendtg relse om salmonella hos kv g.