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Hog Transportation Order, M.R. 106/2018

« Hog Transportation Order », R.M. 106/2018

The Farm Products Marketing Act, C.C.S.M. c. F47

NOTE: This regulation was enacted in English only.

Loi sur la commercialisation des produits agricoles, c. F47 de la C.P.L.M.

NOTE : Ce règlement a été adopté en anglais seulement.

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Regulation 106/2018
Registered August 29, 2018

This Order is made under the Manitoba Hog Producers Marketing Plan Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 226/2002, and is Order No. 1, 2018 of Manitoba Pork Council.

Definitions

1   The following definitions apply in this Order.

"approved slap tattoo" means a slap tattoo bearing an identification number issued by the responsible administrator under the Health of Animals Regulations, C.R.C., c.296, made under the Health of Animals Act (Canada).

"approved tag" means a tag, chip or other indicator issued under the Health of Animals Regulations, C.R.C., c.296, made under the Health of Animals Act (Canada).

"manifest" means a record that meets the requirements of the Manitoba Hog Transporter Program.

"Manitoba Hog Transporter Program" means the program approved by the Manitoba Pork Council designated by that name, as same may be amended or varied from time to time.

"premises" means a parcel of land on which, or on any part of which, a regulated product is raised or kept for breeding, farrowing or growth purposes or for assembling for shipping or for slaughter.

"premises identification number" means a number assigned to a premises by the Manitoba Pork Council.

"receiver" means a person who receives possession of a regulated product.

"shipper" means a person who gives up possession of a regulated product or moves a regulated product for the purpose of slaughter within a premises in which the regulated product has been raised or kept.

"shipping" means giving up possession of a regulated product or moving a regulated product within the premises in which the regulated product has been raised or kept for the purpose of slaughter.

"transport" means to convey, ship or transfer a regulated product from one location to another by any means and includes the removal of a regulated product from a premises to another area of the premises for the purpose of slaughter.

"transporter" means a person who transports a regulated product.

Licencing requirement

2   No person may transport a regulated product in Manitoba unless that person is licensed by the Manitoba Pork Council as a transporter.

Non-application

3   Section 2 does not apply to the transportation of a regulated product from one part of a farm to another contiguous part of that farm.

Requirements of shipper

4   No shipper may deliver possession of a regulated product to a person for the purpose of transportation of the regulated product unless the person receiving possession of the regulated product is licensed by the Manitoba Pork Council as a transporter.

Requirements of receiver

5   No receiver may receive a regulated product from a transporter unless that person transferring possession of the regulated product to the receiver is licensed by the Manitoba Pork Council as a transporter.

Animal identification requirement

6   No person may transport a regulated product in Manitoba unless that regulated product is identified by an approved tag or approved slap tattoo as required under the Manitoba Hog Transporter Program.

Premises identification number required

7   No person may transport a regulated product in Manitoba from a premises in Manitoba, or to a premises in Manitoba, unless that premises displays a premises identification number.

Manifest requirement

8   No person may transport a regulated product in Manitoba unless the regulated product being transported is accompanied by a manifest containing the required information.

Transportation equipment

9   No person may transport a regulated product in Manitoba unless the vehicle or conveyance in which the regulated product is being transported meets or exceeds the requirements for that purpose as set out in the Manitoba Hog Transporter Program.

Cleaning of equipment

10   No person may transport a regulated product in Manitoba unless the vehicle or conveyance in which the regulated product is being transported has first been cleaned and disinfected to the minimum standards set out in the Manitoba Hog Transporter Program.

Maintenance of information

11(1)   Each transporter must maintain the type of information with respect to that person's activities in transporting a regulated product and in cleaning and maintaining equipment used in transporting a regulated product as required under the Manitoba Hog Transporter Program.

11(2)   Each shipper must maintain the type of information with respect to that person's activities in shipping or moving a regulated product as required under the Manitoba Hog Transporter Program.

11(3)   Each receiver must maintain the type of information with respect to that person's activities in receiving a regulated product as required under the Manitoba Hog Transporter Program.

Application of definitions from M.R. 226/2002

12   Terms defined in the Manitoba Hog Producers Marketing Plan Regulation, Manitoba Regulation 226/2002, and used in this Order, have the same meaning in this Order as in that regulation.

Coming into force

13   This Order comes into force on October 1, 2018, or on the day it is registered under The Statutes and Regulations Act, whichever is later.

July 25, 2018Manitoba Pork Council:

George Matheson, Chair

Andrew Dickson, General Manager

APPROVED

August 27, 2018Manitoba Farm Products Marketing Council:

Ed Helwer, Chair

Ingrid Peters-Fransen, Secretary