Implementation of disinfection, disinsection and deratisation according to the Veterinary Practice Act

According to the Veterinary Practice Act, disinfection, disinsection and deratisation (DDD) are implemented in facilities that enable the raising and accommodation of animals and in other facilities (slaughter establishments, meat, milk, fodder processing plants, animal cadavers assembly facilities and waste collection facilities etc.) and means of transport for animals in order to prevent the spread of infectious animal diseases.

Prior to the commencement of work, the organisation must inform the client on the work process, possible hazards to people, animals and the environment, safety measures and the duration of works or related hazards.

In order to implement DDD, only means that fulfil the conditions as stipulated in the regulation on chemicals and biocides may be used.

Service providers must ensure that they do not endanger their own health and the health of others during the use and handling of hazardous chemicals.


Conditions and evidence

Last updated: 31. 03. 2014