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Regulation (EC) No 183/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 January 2005 laying down requirements for feed hygiene (Text with EEA relevance)

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. CHAPTER I SUBJECT MATTER, SCOPE AND DEFINITIONS

    1. Article 1.Subject matter

    2. Article 2.Scope

    3. Article 3.Definitions

  3. CHAPTER II OBLIGATIONS

    1. Article 4.General obligations

    2. Article 5.Specific obligations

    3. Article 6.Hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP) system

    4. Article 7.Documents concerning the HACCP system

    5. Article 8.Financial guarantees

    6. Article 9.Official controls, notification and registration

    7. Article 10.Approval of feed business establishments

    8. Article 11.Requirements

    9. Article 12.Information on national rules on approval

    10. Article 13.Approval of establishments

    11. Article 14.Suspension of registration or approval

    12. Article 15.Revocation of registration or approval

    13. Article 16.Amendments to registration or approval of an establishment

    14. Article 17.Exemption from on-site visits

    15. Article 18.Transitional measures

    16. Article 19.List of registered and approved establishments

  4. CHAPTER III GUIDES TO GOOD PRACTICE

    1. Article 20.Development, dissemination and use of guides

    2. Article 21.National guides

    3. Article 22.Community guides

  5. CHAPTER IV IMPORTS AND EXPORTS

    1. Article 23.Imports

    2. Article 24.Interim measures

    3. Article 25.Exports

  6. CHAPTER V FINAL PROVISIONS

    1. Article 26.Implementing measures

    2. Article 27. Amendments to Annexes I, II and III

    3. Article 28. Derogations from Annexes I, II and III

    4. Article 29.Rapid Alert System

    5. Article 30.Penalties

    6. Article 30a. Exercise of the delegation

    7. Article 31.Committee Procedure

    8. Article 32.Consultation of the European Food Safety Authority

    9. Article 33.Repeal

    10. Article 34.Entry into force

  7. Signature

    1. ANNEX I

      PRIMARY PRODUCTION

      1. PART A Requirements for feed businesses at the level of primary production of feed referred to in Article 5(1)

        1. I. Hygiene provisions

          1. 1. Feed business operators responsible for primary production of feed shall...

          2. 2. Feed business operators shall ensure, as far as possible, that...

          3. 3. Feed business operators shall meet the obligations set out in...

          4. 4. Where appropriate, feed business operators shall take adequate measures, in...

        2. II. Record-keeping

          1. 1. Feed business operators shall keep records relating to measures put...

          2. 2. Feed business operators must, in particular, keep records on:

          3. 3. Other persons, such as veterinarians, agronomists and farm technicians, may...

      2. PART B Recommendations for guides to good practice

        1. 1. Where national and Community guides referred to in Chapter III...

        2. 2. Guides to good practices shall include appropriate information on hazards...

    2. ANNEX II

      REQUIREMENTS FOR FEED BUSINESSES OTHER THAN AT THE LEVEL OF PRIMARY PRODUCTION OF FEED REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 5(1)

      1. DEFINITIONS

      2. FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT

        1. 1. Feed processing and storage facilities, equipment, containers, crates, vehicles and...

        2. 2. The lay-out, design, construction and size of the facilities and...

        3. 3. Facilities and equipment to be used for mixing and/or manufacturing...

        4. 4. Facilities must have adequate natural and/or artificial lighting.

        5. 5. Drainage facilities must be adequate for the purpose intended; they...

        6. 6. Water used in feed manufacture shall be of suitable quality...

        7. 7. Sewage, waste and rainwater shall be disposed of in a...

        8. 8. Windows and other openings must, where necessary, be proofed against...

        9. 9. Where necessary, ceilings and overhead fixtures must be designed, constructed...

        10. 10. Establishments carrying out one or more of the following activities...

      3. PERSONNEL

      4. PRODUCTION

        1. 1. A qualified person responsible for production must be designated.

        2. 2. Feed business operators must ensure that the different stages of...

        3. 3. Technical or organisational measures must be taken to avoid or...

        4. 4. The presence of prohibited feed undesirable substances and other contaminants...

        5. 5. Waste and materials not suitable as feed should be isolated...

        6. 6. Feed business operators shall take adequate measures to ensure effective...

        7. 7. Fat blending establishments placing products intended for feed on the...

        8. 8. The labelling of the products shall clearly indicate whether they...

        9. 9. The labelling of feed materials according to Article 16 of...

      5. QUALITY CONTROL

        1. 1. Where appropriate, a qualified person responsible for quality control must...

        2. 2. Feed businesses must, as part of a quality control system,...

        3. 3. A quality control plan must be drawn up in writing...

        4. 4. Documentation relating to the raw materials used in final products...

      6. DIOXIN MONITORING FOR OILS, FATS AND DERIVED PRODUCTS

        1. 1. Feed business operators placing on the market fats, oils or...

        2. 2. To supplement the feed business operator's HACCP system, the analyses...

        3. 3. If it can be demonstrated that a homogenous consignment is...

        4. 4. Where a feed business operator has documentary proof that a...

        5. 5. Any batch of products analysed in accordance with point 2...

        6. 6. If all incoming batches of products referred to in point...

        7. 7. Where a feed business operator mandates a laboratory to perform...

        8. 8. The dioxin testing requirements shall be reviewed by 16 March...

      7. STORAGE AND TRANSPORT

        1. 1. Processed feeds shall be separated from unprocessed feed materials and...

        2. 2. Feeds shall be stored and transported in suitable containers. They...

        3. 3. Feeds shall be stored and transported in such a way...

        4. 4. Containers and equipment used for the transport, storage, conveying, handling...

        5. 5. Any spoilage shall be minimised and kept under control to...

        6. 6. Where appropriate, temperatures shall be kept as low as possible...

        7. 7. Containers which are to serve for storage or transport of...

      8. RECORD-KEEPING

        1. 1. All feed business operators, including those who act solely as...

        2. 2. Feed business operators, except those who act solely as dealers...

      9. COMPLAINTS AND PRODUCT RECALL

        1. 1. Feed business operators shall implement a system for registering and...

        2. 2. They shall put in place, where this proves necessary, a...

    3. ANNEX III

      GOOD ANIMAL FEEDING PRACTICE

      1. PASTURE GRAZING

      2. REQUIREMENTS FOR STABLE AND FEEDING EQUIPMENT

      3. FEEDING

        1. 1. Storage

        2. 2. Distribution

      4. FEED AND WATER

      5. PERSONNEL

    4. ANNEX IV

      1. CHAPTER 1

      2. CHAPTER 2

      3. CHAPTER 3

    5. ANNEX V

      1. CHAPTER I List of approved feed businesses

      2. CHAPTER II

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