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They also reflect the Commission’s objective decretoo ensuring proper enforcement of EU law, as this is the original objective of the Regulation on official controls. These problematic areas were discussed in the Working Group on veterinary check legislation with Member States’ representatives. According to Eurogroup system of rating smileys could be a good way to inform the public of the level of compliance found for specific food business operators.
Throughout the consultation process both firmly opposed a mandatory exemption for micro-enterprises highlighting, amongst other things, that it would have a negative impact on the sustainable performance of official controls and on competition. As the establishment deccreto application of a full cost fecreto system would require some adjustments in the Member States’ current systems, a transition period of 2 years would be provided.
Those rules are complemented by a Directive dealing with official certification in the veterinary area, and a Directive on mutual cooperation of competent authorities and administrative assistance between them.
In a situation where resources are finite these are to be used selectively and the selection should be based on a series of criteria which include: Rules on official controls are primarly addressed to national control authorities and impact on their activities.
The analysis carried out above is fully in line with the views of competent authorities and industry. The possibility of establishing a common format for providing this decrrto was also considered.
Secondly they suggest that the following documents are made available on the Commission website:. Administrative burden and disproportionate requirements Reduce administrative burden and remove unnecessary requirements. CELCAA notices that the publication of these documents should be well reflected and submitted to clear criteria in view of the damage some information may cause to FBOs.
On the contrary, effects are likely to be more significant in those MS which do not. The responsibility to enforce EU agri-food chain legislation lies with the MS, whose authorities monitor 5230-9 verify that the relevant requirements are effectively implemented, complied with and enforced across the Union.
MS may refund fees paid by micro-enterprises, conforming to State Aid rules. A deregulate fees Option 1. However more information is needed on how it is applied, what level of information it represents and what is the perception of the public.
The safety of the agri-food chain would be undermined and the number of food crises would increase.
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Controls perfomed by the MS CAs on goods arriving from third countries ensure that the latter offer adequate guarantees that they meet drcreto safety levels. Fees charged on the basis of actual costs would be and be perceived as fairer across the MS since at present the use of standard fees and the varying recovery rates applied across and within MS means that fees recovered by some MS may be either higher or lower than the cost incurred by the CA performing official controls.
Equally important for the analysis are social impacts safety 523-9 particular, but also accountability. Safety — Lower cost recovery by reason of the exemption of micro-enterprises would result in a lower revenue income for competent authorities.
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In order to do so the present review will take into account the outcome of the ongoing work to develop the EU legislation on IAS. This additional cost represents 0.
A general option based on the defreto of “soft decrwto instruments” to increase the clarity of the existing legal text. Data is not available for LU. In particular, the Regulation includes:.
Regarding the definition of “official control” one MS suggested including, under the definition of “official controls”, the follow-up activities carried out in case of non compliance under article The objective of this consultation was to update and complement the relevant information gathered in with fresher input and to collect additional data to be used to assess the impact of the available options.
However, two MS affirm that EU action should be limited to establish the general principles and requirements governing border controls, while the more specific issues would be regulated under sectoral legislation.
Notwithstanding the above, the need to enable control authorities to recover costs so as to ensure sufficient resources for official controls should be balanced and weighed against the need to lower the burden on very small businesses, in line with the new Commission policy on “Minimizing regulatory burden for SMEs — Adapting EU regulation to the needs of micro-enterprises”.
The estimates available suggest that such costs will be affordable and that they will decrease with time as the system stabilises and staff and organisations familiarize themselves with it. Competitiveness – As a consequence of including the new areas under the scope of the Regulation, MS CAs would be able to carry out the risk prioritisation taking into account all agri-food chain sectors, better allocate control resources and increase the efficiency of the control system as a whole.
Some adjustments would be introduced to account for specificities of those sectors, in particular as regards the certification procedure and the accreditation of official laboratories. The review also seeks to align the framework of official controls, in particular the terminology secreto, to the modernised customs code. However, evidence gathered over the last five years of application feedback from MS’ CAs and FVO audits reports has shown shortcomings stemming. The latter would also gradually decrease as fee collecting mechanisms become more streamlined and effective.
The present exercise has looked at a broad range of options, including that of harmonising fee levels across MS, and that of de-regulating the matter. Border Inspection Posts “BIPs” exist for the performance of veterinary checks on animals and products of animal origin, Designated Points of Entry “DPEs” carry out border checks on certain foods and feed of non animal origin, and entry points are designated by each MS for the performance of phytosanitary controls on imported plants and plant products.
Acceptance of the system by business operators is undermined by the perceived unfairness of the system, notably by the lack of “penalising” mechanisms for the less compliant actors. In doing that they verify that operators’ activities and goods placed on the EU market either EU produced or imported from third countries are in compliance with the relevant EU agri-food chain standards and requirements. All Member States provided detailed replies favouring the review of the veterinary border control legislation and highlighting the need for more effective physical checks including a risk based approach.