MANCP and annual reports MANCP
In the Regulation (EC) no 882/2004 it is stipulated that each Member State has to draw up a Multi Annual National Control Plan (MANCP) and to implement it on January 1st, 2007 at the latest. The MANCP describes the strategy of the Member State (for a particular period) in order to guarantee an efficient result of controls and the preservation of the respect of food legislation by operators. It includes among others a description of the competent authorities, of the general organization and of the management of official controls, and of the different control systems.
The MANCP is drawn up by the FASFC as this competent authority is in charge of most of the official controls with regard to Regulation (EC) no 882/2004. The duration of the MANCP is the same as that of the business plan of the CEO of the FASFC. This way the strategic and operational objectives of the FASFC are linked to those of the MANCP.
Belgium's first MANCP (2006-2008) was only digitally available, and so hardly accessible for third persons. For reasons of readability and transparency, the second MANCP (2009-2011) was made in a book form. There is a French, a Dutch and a German version. The current MANCP (2012-2014) is available in book form, in a French and a Dutch version.
Belgium's MANCP (2009-2011) (NL) (FR) (DE)
Belgium's MANCP (2012-2014) (NL) (FR)
Risk-based controls & the MANCP (2009-2011) : approach of the Belgian Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain
A report on the evolution of the MANCP is given each year to the European Commission. The basis for this report is the annual activity report of the FASFC.
Activity reports of the FASFC and executive summaries