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The TSE (Scotland) Amendment (No. 2) Regulations 2005

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Amendment of the TSE (Scotland) Regulations 2002

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9.  in regulation 36 (removal of vertebral column of bovine animals) for paragraphs (1) and (2) substitute–

(1) Where the carcase of a bovine animal containing vertebral column–

(a)which is not labelled in accordance with regulation 33(1)(b) is consigned as referred to in regulation 33(1)(c) above to licensed cutting premises; or

(b)is imported and transported in accordance with the Community TSE Regulation or the Community Transitional Measures to licensed cutting premises,

the occupier of that cutting premises shall ensure that the vertebral column is removed from the rest of the carcase at the premises as soon as is practicable after the arrival of the carcase there and before the carcase is presented for inspection pursuant to regulation 37(3) below.

(2) In this regulation, “carcase” means–

(a)a carcase;

(b)a half carcase;

(c)a half carcase cut into no more than three wholesale cuts; and

(d)quarters,

containing no specified risk material other than the vertebral column..

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