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Also, for some accreditation bodies but not for others, a flexible scope accreditation can cover the use of all methods using a same analytical technique like for instance all methods using the ELISA technique.
In some Member States, a fixed scope accreditation can only cover the use of a specific method to be followed very precisely by the laboratory on a specific matrix in order to detect a specific substance, virus, bacteria, etc e.
On the contrary, stakeholders and MS argue that, given the current economic crisis, the problems affecting the sustainability of controls could worsen if MS decisions result in fewer resources being allocated to the operation of national control systems. While of course appropriate guarantees must be provided by exporting third countries that their produce offer a level of safety which is equivalent to the one offered by EU products, less bureaucratic mechanisms can be designed to replace the current formal approval.
Inconsistent implementation of risk based approach Allow for an efficient use of national control resources. This is expected to result in a positive increase of the legitimacy of the financing system. 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.
One important example is the present inability of the competent authority responsible for biodiversity rules to delegate border control tasks to the sanitary authority at the border to verify the presence of Invasive Alien Species IASwhich would lead to important efficiency gains. All of the benefits applicable to Option 3 also apply to Option 4. The analysis focuses on the areas where the risk-based approach is still not fully used controls at the border and controls on residues of veterinary medicines.
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The option of requiring MS to apply mandatory fees to all the operators subject to controls in accordance with the Regulation was discarded. On their request, a specific task force with MS experts and the Commission and reporting to the said Chief Officers was convened on 26 May to discuss the feasibility of the inclusion of plant health related controls in the horizontal framework for official controls. Further options relating exclusively to the availability of adequate resources for official controls were also excluded:.
Such duplications are a burden and have a cost for all concerned customs authorities and sanitary authorities and, inevitably, importers. In addition, as regards the area of EU border controls, the lack of prioritarisation of controls across all sectors is due to the fact that existing legislation is highly fragmented, and different sets of rules apply to different sectors food and feed of non animal origin, live animals and their products, plants .
The study has concluded that cost recovery decreeto are likely to be high for large FBOs of which there are few and low for small FBOs of which there are many. It has been updated and complemented by information and data received from the MS through the consultation carried out at the beginning of MS are required to take samples of all animals and animal products to check the presence of ‘stilbenes’.
Only common EU rules can ensure a uniform approach to pursue this objective. MS suggest aligning the provisions concerning official certification to the existing internationally recognised rules.
Competent authorities are required to perform official controls on all business operators active in the agri-food chain. Despite the above integrated approach, for historical reasons controls for animal health purposes both on domestic and imported goods and controls on residues of veterinary medicines, remained regulated separately.
As a result, CAs are not provided with the complete set of tools meant to ensure accountability, soundness and effectiveness of their enforcement activities. Economic impacts are assessed through the following criteria: Moreover, by expanding the scope of the list of mandatory fees, this option also addresses other issues, giving rise to the further effects detailed below. Under the current regime, where a MS is charging a standard fee which is higher than the actual cost whereas other MS do not, or where a Decdeto recovers a higher percentage of fees than other MS, the operators in the territory of that MS will be at a competitive disadvantage decreeto relation to operators in the other MS.
Existing mandatory inspection fees are maintained but not applied to micro-enterprises; other provisions of the legislative framework remain unchanged. However its wording in certain cases is more focused on food and feed products and, as a result, devreto always consistent when it comes to its applicability to animal health issues.
Acceptance of the system by business operators defreto undermined by the perceived unfairness of the system, notably decrero the lack of “penalising” mechanisms for the less compliant actors. The assessment of each option in terms of environmental impacts and of impacts on employment rates has not identified significant impacts either negative or positive.
As the problems identified by this review are linked to the current design of the EU legislative framework, its reform cannot be achieved by MS acting alone. As to deceto financing of controls, common EU rules ensure that CAs can count on a reliable flux of resources to maintain the control effort at a level justified by the risks and by enforcement needs e.
Whilst the contractor reported that there was difficulty in obtaining exact figures from MS to quantify the problem, the report did highlight the diverse spread of cost recovery within MS and certain problems with the application of EU rules which corresponded with previous studies and the Commission’s own findings.
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The objective of this consultation was to update and complement the relevant information gathered in with fresher edcreto and to collect additional data to be used to assess the impact of the available options. The safety of the agri-food dcereto would be undermined and the number of food crises would increase.
In order to afford European Union EU citizens a high level of human, animal and plant health, and guarantee the functioning of the internal market, Union legislation provides for a set of harmonised rules to prevent, eliminate or reduce the level of health risk to humans, animals and plants, which may arise along the agri-food chain.
This option was discarded since it fails to achieve the objective of full cost recovery harmonised fees would in most cases either ‘under’ or ‘over’ compensate costs. However, evidence gathered over the last five years of application feedback from MS’ CAs and FVO audits reports has shown shortcomings stemming. All identified shortcomings in the problem definition would remain.
The main purpose of this exercise is to reinforce the safety of the agri-food chain in its broadest meaning by strengthening the enforcement mechanisms of the relevant EU rules and enable a more efficient implementation of the harmonised framework which applies to food, feed, animals, seeds and plants.
Similarly, the lack of integration of the different control structures operating at the border also prevents efficiency gains and savings in administrative costs to be reflected in lower fees being charged on operators. To help comparisons between options the impacts decrdto been rated 0: The option was discarded as the non-binding nature of soft law instruments was considered insufficient to address the interpretation and implementation difficulties linked to The Regulation and the shortcomings of the rules governing inspection fees.
In addition to the impacts highlighted decrto Option 2, the following impacts would be produced by expanding the scope of the Regulation to the plant health, PRM and ABP sectors. This would be underpinned by the increased transparency of the mechanisms through which fees are calculated as operators would be able to see clearly what they are being charged for and how these charges are derived in light of costs to CAs.
The chart below shows that no non-compliance has been detected for several years now but, despite this, between and samples are analysed each year across the EU for stilbenes, their derivatives, salts and esters. It must be fair and balanced, involving independent experts.
Each option has been assessed against the theoretical baseline of ‘do nothing’ and therefore the dwcreto outlined are additional to the current status quo. Moreover, it establishes a legal basis for the introduction of an increased level of official controls at the point of entry of the Union for certain feed and food of non-animal origin on the basis of known or emerging risk.
They insist in particular, on the fact dcreto the method of analysis to be used is an essential element to be clarified.