{ "type": "mediaitem", "identifier": "mediaitem_637922", "subtype": "wmammodularcontent_gkn_dossiermediaitem", "title": "Fitness for transport", "navtitle": "", "url": "/en/eurcaw-pigs/dossier/Fitness-for-transport-dossier.htm", "language": "en_US", "metadata" : { "id": 637922, "identifier": "mediaitem_637922", "contenttype": "wmammodularcontent_gkn_dossier", "contenttype_title": "contenttype_wmammodularcontent_gkn_dossier", "url": "/en/eurcaw-pigs/dossier/Fitness-for-transport-dossier.htm", "title": "Fitness for transport", "lead": "Across the different pig categories, transport is a multifactorial stressor. For some pigs with certain pre-transport characteristics (of which some, but not all, are related to animal health), the challenges of transport are larger than average, possibly leading to serious welfare concerns or even death. Such pigs are unfit for transport.", "leadimage": { "source": "https://api.groenkennisnet.nl/upload_mm/f/3/7/641176_fullimage_pigs%20in%20truck%20%28%C2%A9fli%29.jpg", "width": 3872, "height": 2592, "focuspoint-x": 2274, "focuspoint-y": 1352, "alternative_text": "Pigs in truck - © FLI", "photographer": "© FLI", "photographer_hyperlink": "", "photo_license": "", "photo_license_hyperlink": "", "source_info": "", "source_info_hyperlink": "" }, "publication_date": "2022-03-09T09:18+02:00", "lastmodified_date": "2022-05-13T14:59+02:00", "expiration_date": "", "tags": [ "Dossier", "gkn_eurcaw", "English" ], "copyright": "", "external_id": "", "item_metadata": { "contentsubtype": "Dossier", "theme": ["gkn_eurcaw"], "keywords": [], "video_header": "", "gkn_organization": { "title": "", "url": "/en/eurcaw-pigs/dossier/EURCAW-Pigs-2.htm" }, "contactperson": { "title": "EURCAW-Pigs", "url": "/en/groenkennisnet/person/editors-eurcaw-pigs.htm" }, "experts": [], "link_extra_image": "", "last_update": "" } }, "contents": [ { "area": "aboutthisdossier", "title": "About this dossier", "contentarea_template": "contenttemplate_dossier","background": false,"contentarea_leadtext": "This dossier aims to help Competent Authorities and other stakeholders with issues related to assessment of fitness for transport and criteria and circumstances leading to a decision of ‘unfit for transport’. The dossier is updated periodically by the EURCAW-Pigs team. The text is meant to support Competent Authorities, and is not legally binding.", "elements": [ { "type": "text", "html": "

It is based on EURCAW-Pigs’ “Review of fitness for transport of pigs<\/a>”. Two<\/ins> key focus areas during inspections of fitness for transport can be distinguished, based on their central roles in the description of fitness for transport in Council Regulation (EC 1/2005). Animals that should not be considered fit for transport are those: (1) presenting signs of pathological processes and (2) having physiological weaknesses.<\/p>

Each EURCAW-Pigs dossier is divided in the following 5 items: 'Legislation', ‘Knowledge’, 'Welfare indicators’, 'Training courses' and 'Inspiring examples'.<\/em><\/p>

<\/em>Source ph<\/em>oto: ©EURCAW-Pigs<\/em><\/sub><\/em><\/p>" } , { "identifier": "element_21928141", "type": "modularcontent", "gkzindexmanual": { "title": "", "gkz_content_id": ["1029877"] } } ] }, { "area": "legislation", "title": "Legislation", "contentarea_template": "contenttemplate_dossier","background": true,"contentarea_leadtext": "The legal requirements regarding fitness for transport are stated in the Council Regulation (EC) No 1\/2005 and additional text can be found in Council regulation 1255\/97 and in Regulation 853\/2004. Fitness for transport is a central concept in the Council Regulation (EC 1\/2005). However, the regulation does not define the term, but describes a condition that should not happen.", "elements": [ { "type": "text", "html": "

General requirements related to fitness for transport<\/h2>

Council Regulation (EC) No 1/2005<\/strong>: <\/p>