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Veterinary Services in Austria Federal Ministry of Health, Family and Youth Dr. Johann Damoser Deputy Chief Veterinary Officer.

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1 Veterinary Services in Austria Federal Ministry of Health, Family and Youth Dr. Johann Damoser Deputy Chief Veterinary Officer

2 FEDERAL REPUBLIC Nine Provinces, 99 Districts App. 8 Mill. inhabitants, app. 84,000 km 2 Federal Government, represented by Federal Chancellor, 13 Federal Ministers Nine Provincial Governments, represented by Provincial Governor and Councillors 99 local administrative units (Districts), represented by Head of District and local administration

3 Administrative Structure Austria: - 9 Provinces - 99 Districts - 2359 Communities

4 Central Veterinary Administration Central Veterinary Administration in the Ministry of Health, Family and Youth Chief Veterinary Officer(CVO) 3 departments, co-ordination by Chief Veterinary Officer (CVO) 9 regional veterinary administrations Provincial Veterinary Officer(PVO) 9 regional veterinary administrations in the provinces, 1 dept., co-ordination by Provincial Veterinary Officer (PVO) 99 local veterinary administrations, District Veterinary Officer, (DVO) 99 local veterinary administrations, management and co- ordination by District Veterinary Officer, (DVO) executive organ, subordinate to PVO

5 REPUBLIK ÖSTERREICH Sektion /Division I Personal, zentrale Organisation/ staff and central organisation LANDESHAUPTMANN Landesveterinärdirektor/PVO BEZIRKSVERWALTUNGSBEHÖRDE Amtstierarzt/DVO BÜRGERMEISTER beauftragtes Organ für Veterinärwesen Abteilung/department 4 Leiter: Dr. Peter-Vitus STANGL Lebensmittelsicherheit bei der Fleischerz., der Primärprod. u. tier. Nebenprodukte/ food safety in meat and primary production, and animal by- products Stand 17.7.2007 grenztierärztlicher Dienst AGES = laboratories Sektion /Division IV Leiter: Prof. Dr. SCHLÖGEL Verbraucherges. und Gesundheitsprävention/ consumer health and health prevention Abteilung/department 6 Leiter: Dr. Elisabeth REISP Tierschutz, Tierseuchen- u. Zoonosen- Bekämpfung/ animal welfare, control of diseases and zoonoses Bereich /Sector B Leiter: Mag. Ulrich HERZOG, CVO Verbrauchergesundheit/consumer health Abteilung/department 7 Leiter: Dr. Peter KRANNER Lebensmittelangelegenheiten/food control Abteilung/department 8 Leiter: Dr. ZILBERSZAC Neue Lebensmittel/ novel food, Codex Abteilung/department 9 Leiter: Dr. Michael HAAS Biotechnologien/bioengineering grenztierärztlicher Dienst Dr. W. REISENHOFER Fachexperte/technical expert Alpenweideviehverkehr, Veterinärvereinba- rungen/ temp. grazing, vet. agreements, WTO veterinary border control Abteilung/department 5 Leiter: Dr. J. DAMOSER Deputy - CVO Tiergesundheit, Handel mit leb.Tieren und Veterinärrecht/ animal health, trade in live animals and vet. legislation Dr. Anton BARTL Leiter d. grenztierärztl. Dienstes/vet. border control

6 Enacting veterinary regulations and execution in federal responsibility Execution via indirect federal administration by the Provincial Governor (PG) Minister has Right of Order towards the Provincial Governor Organisation of administration in the provinces lies with Provincial Governor Obligation for the provinces to report on demand of the Minister Execution via direct federal administration by the Federal Minister (FM) Right of Direct Order with regard to veterinary border inspection (5 BIPs at present)

7 Animal Health Services Self-control-system for farmers and vets controlled by accredited private control organisations and the State Objectives: Promotion of animal health and animal welfare by competent supervision and further education Promotion of animal health and animal welfare by competent supervision and further education Reduction and surveillance of the use of veterinary drugs Reduction and surveillance of the use of veterinary drugs Guarantee safety and quality of food from animal origin at the highest possible level Guarantee safety and quality of food from animal origin at the highest possible level 14 programmes for specific animal species: set up in working groups agreed upon in advisory board official notification in AVN (official veterinary bulletin) legally binding

8 Number of Animals and Premises Type of animals Number Number of premises cattle app. 2 mill. app. 89,000 pigsapp. 3.2 mill.app. 63,000 sheepapp. 325,000app. 16,000 goatsapp. 54,000app. 11,000 chickenapp. 12 mill.app. 71,000 horsesapp. 87,000app. 18,000 dogsapp. 600,000

9 Status regarding Notifiable Animal Diseases Free from Diseases of (former) List A of OIE Official Freedom / Additional Guarantees: Bovine Tuberculosis Bovine Brucellosis Enzootic Bovine Leucosis IBR / IPV Scrapie Brucella melitensis Aujeszky´s Disease National programmes for BVD and Paratuberculosis eradication

10 Number of Veterinarians Total number of veterinarians:App. 2,500 Central veterinary administration:23 + 12 BIP Provincial vet. administrations:App. 75 District Veterinary Officers :App. 150 Official Veterinarians:App. 260

11 Persons appointed to carry out official tasks ->with regard to their official activities: subject to directions rules on bias apply officer within the meaning of the penal act (official delicts: abuse of position, improper acceptance of gifts, malversatory certification,…) public liability/officers liability

12 Private Veterinarians Animal Disease Act (ADA) possibility to make use of freelance veterinarians, preferably those resident in the administrative district in case of outbreak of a disease (§ 2a (1) ADA) as veterinarians with special responsibility for the disease preventing the spread or introduction of animal diseases - carrying out officially required protective vaccination (§ 2a (3) ADA) e.g.: Bluetongue

13 Private veterinarians Examination activities Animal Health Act (§ 2(6) AHA) Animal Health Act (§ 2 (6) AHA) Unless official veterinarians are available in sufficient numbers for measures falling under this federal act, the provincial governor shall appoint free-lance veterinarians. Preferably, he shall make use of veterinarians resident in the respective political district … example: Poultry Hygiene Regulation (attending veterinarian), BVD-Regulation IBR/IPV-Act (IBR/IPV-ExaminationReg.) IBR/IPV-Act (IBR/IPV-ExaminationReg.) Brucellosis Act (Brucellosis-ExaminationReg.) Brucellosis Act (Brucellosis-ExaminationReg.) Bovine Leukosis Act (Bovine Leukosis-ExaminationReg. 2008) Bovine Leukosis Act (Bovine Leukosis-ExaminationReg. 2008)

14 Private Veterinarians Animal Health Issue of Certificates (§ 45 (8) EBVO) Any freelance veterinarian who legitimately practices his profession and has his practice in Austria, as well as the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna is entitled to issue a Pet Pass in accordance with Reg (EC) No. 998/2003 in connection with Decision 2003/803/EC. More than 100,000 Pet Passes delivered

15 Para-Professionals: Milk sampling by qualified persons Milk sampling by qualified persons § 2 (6) Animal Health Act -> § 3 BVD-Regulation § 2 (3) Bovine Leukosis Act -> § 2 (2) Bovine Leukosis Examination Reg. § 2b Animal Disease Act: Disinfection assisstants § 2b Animal Disease Act: Disinfection assisstants § 2b (1) The Provincial Governor shall provide for a supply of specially trained persons and suitable equipment.

16 Meat Inspection (2006) 279 public official vets (central administration, provinces, districts) 1 099 official vets (meat inspection) 29 meat inspectors 151 official inspectors for Trichinella 40 company staff workers for inspection of poultry meat 25 043 trained persons for game meat inspection

17 Structure of establishments 501 large scale establishments (slaughtering/year over 1000 LStU or 250 t meat cutting/year) 132 slaughterhouses 279 cutting plants 159 cold stores 236 meat processing plants 10 600 small scale establishments 4800 slaughterhouses

18 Number of inspected carcases in 2006 54 185 400 chicken 5 282 015 pigs 2 068 684 turkeys 595 672 cattle 106 761 sheep 87 091 calves 15 253 other poultry (ducks, geese) 3 283 goats 2 850 farmed game ruminats 915 horses 574 farmed game boars

19 Number of inspected wild game carcases in 2006 306 295 deer 201 000 wild poultry 125 000 hares 42 148 red deer 19 754 boars 17 793 chamois

20 Betreuungs- und Kontrollbesuch Probe Probenergebnis Untersuchung Probe Veterinärmaßnahmen (z.B. Sperren) Sperre Berichtswesen Betreuungs- und Kontrollbesuch - TKZVO Schwein, Schaf, Ziege - Tiergesundheit - Tierkrankheit aufgrund Monitoring - Tierkrankheit aufgrund Verdacht - Rückstandsverdacht - Rückstandsmonitoring Programm - 1782/2002 (CC) - EU Programme - Tiergesundheitsprogramme - TGD Programme Tierkrankheit - Untersuchung - Probe Untersuchung und Probe sowie Untersuchungsergebnis - Probenergebnis - Untersuchungsergebnis Programmteilnahmen und Programmergebnisse Programmteilnahmen Programmergebnisse (Gesundheitsstatus) Ldw. Betrieb oder x/y Koordinate Labor (z.B. AGES) Veterinär Schlachtbetrieb Zentralveterinär- behörde EU VETERINÄRINFORMATIONSSYSTEM (VIS) Veterinärdaten

21 Bundesministerium für Gesundheit, Familie und Jugend Ministry of Health, Family and Youth www.bmgfj.gv.at Österreichische Tierärztekammer/ Austrian Veterinary Chamber www.tieraerztekammer.at Information about the Austrian Animal Health Service www.bmgfj.gv.at/cms/site/thema.html?channel=CH0925 or www.tgd.at Links for further information:

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