Regional Animal Welfare Centre organised a two day workshop “Regional approach to the implementation and enforcement of animal Regulation 1099/2009”. Workshop was held on on 22nd – 23rd of March 2017, in Bled, Slovenia.
The workshop was organised as a series of lectures, discussions and panels, and for more details the agenda is available HERE. The aim of the workshop was to gather information from 11 countries from the region (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia) regarding the implementation and enforcement of the one of the most significant Regulation currently in the EU. Workshop was held for over 50 participants, with a very wide range of background experience (Policy makers, Academia, Scientists and Industry). List of all participants you can find HERE, some participants are still missing form the list, but they will be added ASAP.
Presentations are available for download in PDF’s as follows:
Overview of RAWC activities – Alexandra Hammond Seaman
OIE Animal Welfare Platform for Europe – Nadege Leboucq
ISO Standard 34700 – Rebeca Garcia
One Welfare – Rebeca Garcia
General principles of Reg. (EC) 1099/2009 – Desmond Maguire
Network of Animal Welfare Centres update – Desmond Maguire
Welfare at slaughter (red meat species) – Rebeca Garcia
Welfare at slaughter (poultry) – Mohan Raj
Ritual slaughter and domestic consumption – Haluk Anil
DG Sante F experience on enforcement of Reg. (EC) 1099/2009 – Desmond Maguire
Official controls on Animal Welfare in slaughterhouse – Ales Brecelj
Implementation of REg. (EC) 1099/2009 – Slovenian example – Urska Kos
Development of SOP’s – Desmond Maguire
Development of SOP’s – lessons learned – Slovenian example – Damir Kakovič
Development of SOP’s – lessons learned – Croatian example – Mirela Jurkas
Training of SH staff – Tomislav Mikuš
Animal Welfare Officer – tasks and responsibilities – Rebeca Garcia
Guides to good practice – Haluk Anil
We would take the opportunity to thank all the speakers and participants for a very fruitful and positive meeting.
See you all next year!