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The Meat Sector Can Present Allegations To The Royal Decree On Measures Of Video Surveillance In Slaughterhouses Until October 23

The meat sector can present allegations to the Royal Decree on measures of video surveillance in slaughterhouses until October 23

The Ministry of Consumption, through the Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (AESAN), has released the draft Royal Decree to make it compulsory to install video surveillance cameras in all animal slaughter facilities. The document of the Ministry can be viewed and downloaded from this link to our area of ​​downloads of legislation and documents of interest of the meat sector and the observations to it can be sent, until October 23, through this email: riesgosbiologicos@mscbs.es Main objective: control animal welfare

The future Royal Decree seeks to regulate all video surveillance services in slaughterhouses and includes regulations on the places where cameras must be installed, guaranteeing the privacy of workers. The objective, AESAN insists, is that the operators incorporate the viewing of the recordings into the animal welfare controls that they already carry out, as one more tool in order to guarantee the protection of the animals at the time of slaughter and the related operations.