Union européenne des vétérinaires hygiénistes (UEVH)
European Union of Veterinary Hygienists
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1966-10 Paris France
Oct 1966, Paris (France). Constituted definitively 1 Jul 1967, Geneva (Switzerland), under the name Association européenne des directeurs d'abattoirs publics. Name changed to listed title after the modification of Statutes, 1976, so as to be qualified to adhere to E-XE0516 - Federation of Veterinarians of Europe, of which it is currently a Section. Current Statutes adopted 21 Oct 1977, Verona (Italy); amended: 13 Nov 1991, Brussels (Belgium); 5 Apr 1995, Seville (Spain).
Study and recommend any measures permitting the improvement of the quality and safety of foodstuffs so as to protect veterinary public health and improvement of conditions for humans, by using veterinary science; promote the role of the veterinarian in the whole of the food chains, from stable to table.
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General Assembly (2 a year). Board, comprising President, Vice-President, Secretary General, Treasurer and Senior President.
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