"vet" en español
In fact, one vet-inspector, Karel Van Noppen, was killed on 20 February 1995.
The vet is in the front line of surveillance for indigenous and exotic diseases.
In fact there was often one vet supervising ten slaughters simultaneously - an impossible thing to do.
I am, however, more concerned regarding animal welfare, which should not come before food safety, and regarding the pre-eminent role of the inspecting vet.
It costs approximately EUR 22 for a traditional tattoo, almost EUR 70 for a microchip, involving a mandatory visit to the vet, who from now on has the monopoly on identification.
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A lack of vets and no epidemic monitoring, which is why the disease spread.
their brothers and sisters who are not vet Christians, becoming real frontier
Mission – support development and implementation of European VET policies
The status VET enjoys varies greatly among the 27 Member States.
By the way, since 1988 we have had to vet more than 400 cases of big mergers and acquisitions.
At all events, VET should enjoy the same status as general education throughout Europe.
Quality assurance underpins every VET policy initiative.
It helps to build mutual trust and to modernise VET systems by improving the effectiveness of training.
The idea is for vocational education and training (VET) to proceed according to the very same principle.
In the most important cases the Commission has the exclusive right to vet the mergers and the acquisitions.
I think that official assistant vets should be able to take part in ante mortem inspections in abattoirs.
This vetting provision is an attack against national minorities in Ukraine, the majority of whom are Poles.
This is to be opened much more now by ECVET, the European credit transfer system for VET.
Some vets think that the use of antibiotics as a growth stimulant must be unconditionally prohibited.
Transporters will have to pay for very stringent checks carried out by Ministry-appointed vets.
Travelling with a dog, cat or ferret is now much easier with the new EU pet passport available from any vet.
They are vets and scientists of the very highest calibre, at the pinnacle of their careers, people of the very highest reputation.
It is not acceptable that there are several thousand vets in a big country, and the same number, more or less, in another smaller country.
Doctor Mouthon, however, a professor at the Maison-Alfort vet school in France, cast considerable doubt upon the reliability of the method.
Around half of all Europeans acquire their first job-related skills through vocational education and training (VET).
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