Annual Report 200102/01/2002
- 1. Introduction
- 2.1 Priorities of Inspections Performed in 2001
- 2.2 Overall Surveys of Results of Control
- 2.3 Results of Controls of the Microbiological Requirements
- 2.4 Results of Analyses for Contaminants
- 2.5 Controls of Labelling and Quality
- 2.6 Thematic and Extraordinary Inspections
- 2.6.1 Inspections focusing on food safety
- 2.6.2 Inspections focused on adulterations
- 2.6.3 Complex and other inspections
- 2.7 Inspections in production
- 2.8 Inspections in trade network
- 2.9 Suggestions
- 2.10 Penalties
- 3 Laboratory Activities
- 4 Certification Activities
- 5 Internal Information System
- 6 Personnel Training
- 7 Activities in the Field of Legislation
- 8 Cooperation with Other Authorities and Institutions
- 9 International Relations
- 10 Public Relations
- 11 Conclusion
- 12 Abbreviations and Explanations
CAFIA also submits suggestions to the respective bodies of the Police of the Czech Republic on suspicion of committing a crime disclosed during an inspection. It also cooperates on the investigation of a crime.
CAFIA closely cooperates with other agencies of public service in the preparation of amendments to rules and regulations with the objective to achieve mutually linked and harmonised legislation and consistent procedure in the integration to EU.
A close cooperation with the Revenue Office arises from the fact that the Revenue Office is competent to exact penalties imposed in an Administrative Procedure for the violation of legal duties referring to the production of food or their releasing into circulation.
CAFIA cooperates with the Office for the Protection of Intellectual Property, e.g., in verifying the facts important for the execution of inspections of foodstuffs or products recognised as forgeries or illegal imitations.
CAFIA works in partnership with the Public Records Office on the records filing services.
CAFIA receives from the Customs Office vital information on food imported to our territory from foreign countries. It verifies authenticity of trade licence with the Trade Licensing Office presented by the inspected entities, and on the other hand, it provides the respective Trade Licensing Offices with information on serious violations of legal duties while conducting business.