FSIS Form 9305-7 "Certificate for Export of Beef and Beef Products to the Republic of Korea (Rok)"

What Is FSIS Form 9305-7?

This is a legal form that was released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture - Food Safety and Inspection Service on July 8, 2008 and used country-wide. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on July 8, 2008;
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
CORRESPONDING EXPORT CERTIFICATE (FSIS FORM 9060-5)
FOOD SAFETY AND INSPECTION SERVICE
NO.
CERTIFICATE FOR EXPORT OF BEEF AND BEEF PRODUCTS TO THE
REPUBLIC OF KOREA (ROK)
EST. NO., NAME, AND ADDRESS OF SLAUGHTERHOUSE(S)
EST. NO., NAME, AND ADDRESS OF CUTTING/PROCESSING PLANT(S)
EST. NO., NAME, AND ADDRESS OF COLD STORAGE(S)
SLAUGHTER DATES - (DD/MM/YY. Date ranges are acceptable)
PROCESSING DATES - (DD/MM/YY. Date ranges are acceptable)
OCEAN/AIR CARGO CONTAINER NUMBER
SEAL NUMBER
1. The United States has been free of foot and mouth disease for the past 12 months and has been free of rinderpest, contagious bovine
pleuropneumonia, lumpy skin disease, Rift Valley fever for the past 24 months. Vaccination has not been carried out against the aforementioned
diseases.
2. The beef or beef products were derived from cattle born and raised in the United States, from cattle legally imported into the United States from
a country deemed eligible by the Korean government to export beef or beef products to Korea, or from cattle raised in the United States for at least
100 days prior to slaughter.
3. The beef or beef products were derived from cattle that were slaughtered in meat establishments (slaughterhouses) certified by the U.S.
government as eligible to export beef and beef products to Korea and that passed ante-mortem and post-mortem inspection conducted by USDA
inspection personnel under the supervision of the resident USDA veterinarian.
4. The beef or beef products were derived from cattle that were not subjected to a stunning process, prior to slaughter, with a device injecting
compressed air or gas into the cranial cavity, or to a pithing process.
5. The beef or beef products were produced and handled in a manner as to prevent contamination from SRMs, mechanically separated meat derived
from beef, or from advanced meat recovery products from the skull and vertebral column of cattle 30 months of age and over at the time of
slaughter, in accordance with FSIS regulations.
6. Based on the U.S. regulations and guidelines, the beef or beef products are free of harmful residues. The beef or beef products were produced
according to the U. S. Pathogen Reduction/HACCP Systems Regulation. The use of irradiation/UV treatment and tenderizers complies with U. S.
regulations.
7. Sanitary packaging material was used to package the beef or beef products.
8. The processing and storage of the beef and beef products were handled in such a manner as to prevent contamination by communicable animal
disease pathogens.
PRINTED NAME OF FSIS VETERINARIAN
TITLE
SIGNATURE
DATE
THE FOLLOWING SECTION TO BE COMPLETED BY EXPORTER/SHIPPER
NAME OF SHIPPING PORT
NAME OF VESSEL (OR FLIGHT)
SHIPPING DATE
I CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE INFORMATION IS TRUE.
SIGNATURE OF EXPORTER/SHIPPER
TYPED (or printed) NAME OF EXPORTER/SHIPPER AND TITLE
FSIS FORM 9305-7 (07/08/2008)
ORIGINAL
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
CORRESPONDING EXPORT CERTIFICATE (FSIS FORM 9060-5)
FOOD SAFETY AND INSPECTION SERVICE
NO.
CERTIFICATE FOR EXPORT OF BEEF AND BEEF PRODUCTS TO THE
REPUBLIC OF KOREA (ROK)
EST. NO., NAME, AND ADDRESS OF SLAUGHTERHOUSE(S)
EST. NO., NAME, AND ADDRESS OF CUTTING/PROCESSING PLANT(S)
EST. NO., NAME, AND ADDRESS OF COLD STORAGE(S)
SLAUGHTER DATES - (DD/MM/YY. Date ranges are acceptable)
PROCESSING DATES - (DD/MM/YY. Date ranges are acceptable)
OCEAN/AIR CARGO CONTAINER NUMBER
SEAL NUMBER
1. The United States has been free of foot and mouth disease for the past 12 months and has been free of rinderpest, contagious bovine
pleuropneumonia, lumpy skin disease, Rift Valley fever for the past 24 months. Vaccination has not been carried out against the aforementioned
diseases.
2. The beef or beef products were derived from cattle born and raised in the United States, from cattle legally imported into the United States from
a country deemed eligible by the Korean government to export beef or beef products to Korea, or from cattle raised in the United States for at least
100 days prior to slaughter.
3. The beef or beef products were derived from cattle that were slaughtered in meat establishments (slaughterhouses) certified by the U.S.
government as eligible to export beef and beef products to Korea and that passed ante-mortem and post-mortem inspection conducted by USDA
inspection personnel under the supervision of the resident USDA veterinarian.
4. The beef or beef products were derived from cattle that were not subjected to a stunning process, prior to slaughter, with a device injecting
compressed air or gas into the cranial cavity, or to a pithing process.
5. The beef or beef products were produced and handled in a manner as to prevent contamination from SRMs, mechanically separated meat derived
from beef, or from advanced meat recovery products from the skull and vertebral column of cattle 30 months of age and over at the time of
slaughter, in accordance with FSIS regulations.
6. Based on the U.S. regulations and guidelines, the beef or beef products are free of harmful residues. The beef or beef products were produced
according to the U. S. Pathogen Reduction/HACCP Systems Regulation. The use of irradiation/UV treatment and tenderizers complies with U. S.
regulations.
7. Sanitary packaging material was used to package the beef or beef products.
8. The processing and storage of the beef and beef products were handled in such a manner as to prevent contamination by communicable animal
disease pathogens.
PRINTED NAME OF FSIS VETERINARIAN
TITLE
SIGNATURE
DATE
THE FOLLOWING SECTION TO BE COMPLETED BY EXPORTER/SHIPPER
NAME OF SHIPPING PORT
NAME OF VESSEL (OR FLIGHT)
SHIPPING DATE
I CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE INFORMATION IS TRUE.
SIGNATURE OF EXPORTER/SHIPPER
TYPED (or printed) NAME OF EXPORTER/SHIPPER AND TITLE
FSIS FORM 9305-7 (07/08/2008)
ORIGINAL
CORRESPONDING EXPORT CERTIFICATE (FSIS FORM 9060-5)
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
FOOD SAFETY AND INSPECTION SERVICE
NO.
CERTIFICATE FOR EXPORT OF BEEF AND BEEF PRODUCTS TO THE
REPUBLIC OF KOREA (ROK)
EST. NO., NAME, AND ADDRESS OF SLAUGHTERHOUSE(S)
EST. NO., NAME, AND ADDRESS OF CUTTING/PROCESSING PLANT(S)
EST. NO., NAME, AND ADDRESS OF COLD STORAGE(S)
SLAUGHTER DATES - (DD/MM/YY. Date ranges are acceptable)
PROCESSING DATES - (DD/MM/YY. Date ranges are acceptable)
OCEAN/AIR CARGO CONTAINER NUMBER
SEAL NUMBER
1. The United States has been free of foot and mouth disease for the past 12 months and has been free of rinderpest, contagious bovine
pleuropneumonia, lumpy skin disease, Rift Valley fever for the past 24 months. Vaccination has not been carried out against the aforementioned
diseases.
2. The beef or beef products were derived from cattle born and raised in the United States, from cattle legally imported into the United States from
a country deemed eligible by the Korean government to export beef or beef products to Korea, or from cattle raised in the United States for at least
100 days prior to slaughter.
3. The beef or beef products were derived from cattle that were slaughtered in meat establishments (slaughterhouses) certified by the U.S.
government as eligible to export beef and beef products to Korea and that passed ante-mortem and post-mortem inspection conducted by USDA
inspection personnel under the supervision of the resident USDA veterinarian.
4. The beef or beef products were derived from cattle that were not subjected to a stunning process, prior to slaughter, with a device injecting
compressed air or gas into the cranial cavity, or to a pithing process.
5. The beef or beef products were produced and handled in a manner as to prevent contamination from SRMs, mechanically separated meat derived
from beef, or from advanced meat recovery products from the skull and vertebral column of cattle 30 months of age and over at the time of
slaughter, in accordance with FSIS regulations.
6. Based on the U.S. regulations and guidelines, the beef or beef products are free of harmful residues. The beef or beef products were produced
according to the U. S. Pathogen Reduction/HACCP Systems Regulation. The use of irradiation/UV treatment and tenderizers complies with U. S.
regulations.
7. Sanitary packaging material was used to package the beef or beef products.
8. The processing and storage of the beef and beef products were handled in such a manner as to prevent contamination by communicable animal
disease pathogens.
PRINTED NAME OF FSIS VETERINARIAN
TITLE
SIGNATURE
DATE
THE FOLLOWING SECTION TO BE COMPLETED BY EXPORTER/SHIPPER
NAME OF SHIPPING PORT
NAME OF VESSEL (OR FLIGHT)
SHIPPING DATE
I CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE INFORMATION IS TRUE.
TYPED (or printed) NAME OF EXPORTER/SHIPPER AND TITLE
SIGNATURE OF EXPORTER/SHIPPER
FSIS FORM 9305-7 (07/08/2008)
DUPLICATE
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