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The TSE (Scotland) Regulations 2002

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Production of dicalcium phosphate and hydrolysed protein for feeding to farmed animals other than ruminants

17.—(1) No person shall use any premises for the production of dicalcium phosphate for feeding to farmed animals other than ruminants unless–

(a)the premises–

(i)are approved for that purpose by the Scottish Ministers under this regulation; and

(ii)are used for that purpose in accordance with the conditions specified in Schedule 3 to these Regulations; and

(b)transport of dicalcium phosphate to the premises is in accordance with the conditions specified in paragraph 4 of that Schedule.

(2) No person shall use any premises for the production of hydrolysed protein for feeding to farmed animals other than ruminants unless–

(a)the premises–

(i)are approved for that purpose by the Scottish Ministers under this regulation; and

(ii)are used for that purpose in accordance with the conditions specified in Schedule 4 to these Regulations; and

(b)transport of hydrolysed protein to the premises is in accordance with the conditions specified in paragraph 3 of that Schedule.

(3) On an application made to them under this regulation for the approval of premises for the production of dicalcium phosphate or hydrolysed protein, the Scottish Ministers shall approve the premises for the production concerned if, following an inspection of the premises by a veterinary inspector, they are satisfied that–

(a)the premises are ABPO approved;

(b)the occupier of the premises will be able to maintain and use the premises in accordance with the ABPO approval;

(c)in respect of an application for approval of the premises for production of dicalcium phosphate, the occupier of the premises will be able to comply with the conditions specified in Schedule 3 to these Regulations; and

(d)in respect of an application for approval of the premises for production of hydrolysed protein, the occupier of the premises will be able to comply with the conditions specified in Schedule 4 to these Regulations.

(4) The occupier of premises approved under this regulation shall ensure that–

(a)in respect of the production of dicalcium phosphate at the premises, the production is in accordance with the approval and complies with the provisions of this regulation and Schedule 3 to these Regulations subject to which the approval is granted;

(b)in respect of the production of hydrolysed protein at the premises, the production is in accordance with the approval and complies with the provisions of this regulation and Schedule 4 to these Regulations subject to which the approval is granted;

(c)any person employed by that occupier, and any person invited to the premises, complies with those provisions; and

(d)any inspector, and any person acting under the authority of an inspector, is provided with adequate facilities so as to enable that inspector or person to carry out functions under these Regulations in relation to the premises and that the inspector or person is given such reasonable assistance and access to such records (including any records held in electronic form) as may at any reasonable time be required for that purpose.

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