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Phytosanitary inspection             Procedures
OBJECTIVE /SIGNIFICATION Checking compliance of phytosanitary regulations Making decision on phytosanitary measures Pes...
2. Requirements for phytosanitary inspection  Inspecting rapidly, detecting exactly and treating regulated andunknown pest...
Import1.Declaration, documentssubmission    Owner should declare and submitsdocuments relating to commodities asfollowing:...
1.2. Seed plants, benefit organismsor other regulated articles under thelaw    - Registration/declaration with the Plantqu...
2. CHECKING2.1. Documents checking      Base on declaration, the plant quarantineoffice shall:- Identify/verify exactitude...
2.2. Commodities inspection2.2.1. Preliminary/general inspection   Inspecting outside commodities,    parkages, means of t...
2.2.2. Detail inspection Inspecting inside of commoditiesand sampling;
Collecting samples of commodities damaged byorganisms and phases of insects
 Identifying pest and commoditiessamples in laboratory in order:insect, weed, nematode, fungus,bacteria, virus...  ELISA...
 In term of regulated pests orunknown      pests    are    notdetected during inspection ,the plant quarantine officersha...
Declaration/                                                 documents submision                                          ...
3. Inspection of seed plant or benefit    organisms    Seed plant or benefit organisms imported must    comply with item 1...
3.2. Seed plant provided in the list ofplants allowed of production or trade      Base on the phytosanitary notification o...
4.   Regulated articles subject to provisional import and then re-exported,     provisional export and then imported; tran...
5.2. Notification for owner or other relevant officesThe plant quarantine office at border gate shall inform to owner or o...
export1.Declaration,documents submission- Registration/declaration for importing commodities should be implemented before ...
2.2. Commodities inspection2.2.1. Preliminary/general inspectionInspecting outside commodities, parkages,means of transpor...
2.2.2. Detail inspection-   Inspecting inside of commodities and sampling;-     Collecting samples of commodities damaged ...
Declaration/                                  documents submission                                        ents Checking   ...
transit1. Declaration, documents submitting    - Registration/declaration for importing commodities should be implemented ...
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Vietnam phytosanitary procedures_2011

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  1. 1. Phytosanitary inspection Procedures
  2. 2. OBJECTIVE /SIGNIFICATION Checking compliance of phytosanitary regulations Making decision on phytosanitary measures Pest Risk Analysis on imported commodities. Evidence for dispute settling
  3. 3. 2. Requirements for phytosanitary inspection Inspecting rapidly, detecting exactly and treating regulated andunknown pests timely according to phytosanitary regulations forimport, export and transit based on activities as below: - Checking and identifying lawful documents relating toregulated articles as regulations for export, import and transit - Checking and identifying pest status on commodities. - Sellecting options and making appropriated decision3. Phytosanitary process - Phytosanitary process for import - Phytosanitary process for export - Phytosanitary process for transit
  4. 4. Import1.Declaration, documentssubmission Owner should declare and submitsdocuments relating to commodities asfollowing:1.1. Regulated articles forconsumption -Registration/declaration with the Plantquarantine office for importing commoditiesshould implement at less prior 24h -Submitting relevant documents toPlant quarantine office, including: + Phytosanitary Certificates for exportor re-export of exporting country; + Other relevant documents (whennecessary)
  5. 5. 1.2. Seed plants, benefit organismsor other regulated articles under thelaw - Registration/declaration with the Plantquarantine office for importing commodities inthe period of 24h before inportation - Submitting relevant documents to Plantquarantine office, including: + Phytosanitary import permit; + Phytosanitary Certificates for export orre-export of exporting country; + Other relevant documents (whennecessary)
  6. 6. 2. CHECKING2.1. Documents checking Base on declaration, the plant quarantineoffice shall:- Identify/verify exactitude of documents relatingto commodities;- Determine place and time for inspection;
  7. 7. 2.2. Commodities inspection2.2.1. Preliminary/general inspection Inspecting outside commodities, parkages, means of transport, size, quantity and slits to collect insect pests flying, creeping or clinging on commodities.
  8. 8. 2.2.2. Detail inspection Inspecting inside of commoditiesand sampling;
  9. 9. Collecting samples of commodities damaged byorganisms and phases of insects
  10. 10.  Identifying pest and commoditiessamples in laboratory in order:insect, weed, nematode, fungus,bacteria, virus... ELISA, PCR methods (whennecessary)
  11. 11.  In term of regulated pests orunknown pests are notdetected during inspection ,the plant quarantine officershall issue the Phytosanitarycertificate for importaccompanied withconsignments. If regulated pests orunknown pests detectedduring inspection,phytosanitary measures shallbe applied depending onpests, commodities characteror other specific conditions,including: + Fumigation; + Destruction; + Re-turn, re-ship; + Other measures.
  12. 12. Declaration/ documents submision Documents Checking Inspection of Goods Preliminary inspection Inspection in detail Diagnosis, identification /testing in (Out side (Inside checking, Laboratory checking,collecting sampling, pests (Insect, nematode, fungus, weed, pests i) collectioni) bacterium..) Yes Were any regulated pests or Treatment unknown pests detected? No Issue of Yes Phytosanitary Were any Release Certificatephytosanitaryrequirements For of met? (Import, transit Goods and domestic transportation)
  13. 13. 3. Inspection of seed plant or benefit organisms Seed plant or benefit organisms imported must comply with item 1 and 2 of this procedure and other than regulations as below:3.1. Seed plant or benefit organisms are firstly imported All commodities must be moved to isolating areas for inspection and supervision by Post entry plant quarantine office, including:- Growing, raising- Supervising, detecting latent pests on seed plants;- Assessing, verifying and considering benefit organisms in accordance with standard- Issuing Phytosanitary certificate for post entry or applying phytosanitary measures
  14. 14. 3.2. Seed plant provided in the list ofplants allowed of production or trade Base on the phytosanitary notification ofplant quarantine office at point of entry, peststatus in growing areas will be inspected andmonitored by domestic plant quarantineoffices Notifications of non-compliance such asregulated pests or unknown pest detectedshall be sent to owner and relevantorganizations. Phytosanitary treatment will be appliedand outbreak of pest is also promulgated.
  15. 15. 4. Regulated articles subject to provisional import and then re-exported, provisional export and then imported; transported from border gate to border gate, bonded warehouse Any consignments subject to provisional import and then re-exported, provisional export and then imported, from border gate to border gate, bonded warehouse must be complied with phytosanitary procedure for import5. Regulations for phytosanitary notification 5.1. Notification for exporting country Phytosanitary notification shall be sent to plant quarantine authority of exporting country by Plant quarantine office of Vietnam in some cases as below: + Consignments infested with regulated pest or unknown pests as well as phytosanitary measures are applied to control pests; + Regulated articles subject to prohibition into Vietnam; + Regulated articles are not accompanied with phytosanitary certificate issued by authority on plant quarantine of exporting country; All the above case shall be notified to head of plant quarantine office as soon as possible.
  16. 16. 5.2. Notification for owner or other relevant officesThe plant quarantine office at border gate shall inform to owner or otherrelevant agencies/offices in cases on the following: +Regulated articles infested with regulated pests or unknownpests; + Phytosanitary measures applied; + Time for inspection extended over 24 h; + Consignment is seed plants or benefit organisms.6. Samples and phytosanitary records keeping
  17. 17. export1.Declaration,documents submission- Registration/declaration for importing commodities should be implemented before 24h- Submitting to Plant quarantine office any relevant documents, including: + Commercial Contract, L/C (if necessary); + Other relevant documents (if necessary)2. Checking2.1. Documents checking Base on declaration, the plant quarantine office shall:- Identify/verify exactitude of documents relating to commodities;- Determine place and time for inspection;- Refer to phytosanitary regulations of importing country and conditions provided in commercial contract
  18. 18. 2.2. Commodities inspection2.2.1. Preliminary/general inspectionInspecting outside commodities, parkages,means of transport, size, quantity and slits tocollect insect pests flying, creeping or clingingon commodities.
  19. 19. 2.2.2. Detail inspection- Inspecting inside of commodities and sampling;- Collecting samples of commodities damaged by organisms and phases of insects- Identifying pest and commodities samples in laboratory in order: insect, weed, nematode, fungus, bacteria, virus...- ELISA, PCR methods (if necessary)In term of phytosanitary regulations of importing country as well as relevant conditions of commercial, L/C are met well during inspection, the plant quarantine office shall issue the Phytosanitary certificate for export accompanied with consignments.In term of failure to comply with phytosanitary regulations of importing country or relevant conditions of commercial or L/C during inspection, there is no Phytosanitary certificate issued by Plant quarantine office for this.3. Samples and phytosanitary records keeping
  20. 20. Declaration/ documents submission ents Checking Inspection of Goods Preliminary Inspection in Diagnosis, identification inspection detail /testing in Laboratory (Out side (Inside checking, ((Insect, nematod, fungus, checking,colle sampling, pests ,weed, bacterium..) cting pests i) collectioni) No No Were any requirements ofPhytosanitar importing country or y contract met?Certificates issued Yes Issue Of Phytosanitar y Certificate
  21. 21. transit1. Declaration, documents submitting - Registration/declaration for importing commodities should be implemented at less prior 24h - Submitting to Plant quarantine office any relevant documents, including: + Phytosanitary Certificates for export or re-export of exporting country; + Other relevant documents (if necessary)2. Inspection and suppervision Base on declaration, the plant quarantine office shall: - Identifying/verifying exactitude of documents relating to commodities; - Inspecting and collecting pests outside of consignments, means of transport or slits where pests can hide - Checking packageIn term of consignments/lots meet phytosanitary regulations in transit, the plant quarantine office shall issue phytosanitary certificate for transit.If consignments/lots infested with regulated pests or unknown pests, phytosanitary measures will be applied suitably depending on characteristic of specific pests or commodities. In term of failure to package, they must be re-packaging.3. Samples and phytosanitary records keeping
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