1. This movement process meets the reporting requirements:
of Article 4 of Council Regulation (EC) No 1/2005 (as implemented in
· of the Pigs (Records, Identification and Movement) Order 2011 (
· of the Disease Control (
2. We will use all the information submitted to us, including any information provided voluntarily in the boxes not marked bold, for disease control purposes. Such voluntary information will not be kept for WATEO/WATWO related enforcement. However, WATEO/WATWO requires transporters to:
· carry this information (in any format);
· make it available to an inspector on demand; and
· keep it for six months after the journey.
If a transporter chooses to keep the animal transport certificate information on a Haulier Summary, then the transporter should make the Haulier Summary available to the Inspector and a copy may be taken for enforcement purposes.
3. By completing the relevant sections of this movement document You are stating that You understand the following: Failure to include the name of the owner of the animals will mean that this document does not meet WATEO/WATWO requirements.
4. This process serves as a single movement reporting process. Each stage of a multiple move must be completed on a separate movement process
5. The three Yes/No questions in Section D should only be completed if the move involves premises which are part of a farm assured scheme.
Data Protection Act – Fair Processing Notice
Defra (or the Welsh Government) and Local Authorities are the data controllers (in common) in respect of any personal data that you provide when you complete the movement document. Data controllers in common are two or more data controllers processing the same data but for different purposes.
The data provided by you will or may be used by the named persons for the following purposes:
1. Defra (or the National Assembly for Wales) and Local Authorities will use the information on the movement documents for the purposes of recording livestock movements and the enforcement of disease control legislation, which will include, but not be confined to, breaches of standstill rules, multiple-pick-up/drop-off rules, identification requirements and illegal movements of livestock;
2. For statistical and research purposes the results may be made public but they will not identify individuals;
3. Administrators of assurance schemes of which you are a member, for the purposes of auditing compliance with the rules of the scheme, traceability and for statistical analysis;
4. Data may also be provided to Universities or other institutions or persons involved with research or projects for Defra (or the National Assembly for
5. Defra and other public authorities may be required to release information that they hold, including personal data and commercial information, on request under the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 or the Freedom of Information Act 2000. However, Defra and other public authorities will not permit any unwarranted breach of confidentiality nor will they act in contravention of their obligations under the Data Protection Act 1998; and
6. The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board and Meat and Livestock Commercial Services Ltd, for purposes related to disease prevention and control non-exhaustively including provision of the data to livestock market and slaughterhouse operators through whose premises relevant animals have passed or will pass for their use for such purposes.
The data will also be disclosed to any authority having a legal right of access to the data.
Defra or its appointed agents may use the name, address and other details on your application form to contact you in connection with occasional customer research aimed at improving the services that Defra provides to you.
Defra’s Information Charter - Public Service Guarantee on Data Handling, which gives details of your rights in respect of the handling of your personal data, is on the Defra website. A document explaining the Guarantee is also on this website. If you don’t have access to the internet, please telephone the Defra helpline 08459 33 55 77 and ask to speak to the Data Protection Officer for a copy of the Information Charter and ‘explanation’ document.
If you believe that any of the information we hold concerning you is incorrect or out of date, please provide us with the accurate information in writing together with supporting evidence (if appropriate). You should address your correspondence to: eAML2 Bureau Service, MLCSL,
Phone: 0844 335 8400, fax: 0247 669 2405, email: email@example.com
The standing movements regime
Pigs have to remain under standstill for 6 days where cattle, sheep and goats have been moved on to a holding. Where pigs have moved on to a holding, existing pigs must remain under standstill for 20 days. This is a disease damping measure designed to slow down the rate of spread of undetected disease and thus reduce the size (and hence the cost) of disease outbreaks. Movements of animals are monitored through the Animal Movements Licensing System (AMLS) which is managed by the British Cattle Movement Service (BCMS). The Disease Control (
Keepers/businesses without access to a computer/internet:
To comply with legislation keepers/businesses using the eAML2 bureau service/third party service and not the online service must keep a copy of the Haulier Summary movement document for their records and inspection purposes.
5. ‘Bureau Service’ means the provision of services by AHDB as part of the Service. The Bureau Service may be contacted by phone: 0844 335 8400, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Operating hours: Mon-Fri 9am to 5pm).
1. You are deemed to have accepted these terms and conditions the first time you use this Service and to have accepted these terms and conditions as they may have been amended each subsequent time You use this Service.
2. If these terms and conditions change in any way, You will be informed:
· If you use this service online, You will be emailed with an updated version, which will also be placed on this page.
· If You use this service through the Bureau Service, You will be informed by post or fax, and a copy of the updated version will be provided to You.
It is Your responsibility to review these terms and conditions to ensure that You are always aware of what information is collected, how it is used and under what circumstances it may be shared with other parties.
3. You authorise Us to accept and act on Your instructions.
4. You are responsible for all information sent to Us by You or by any person acting or purporting to act for You. We are not responsible for and have not checked the information provided by any third party group on Your behalf, which is reproduced in good faith. No warranty is given in respect thereof and to the maximum extent permitted by law We accept no liability for loss, damage or injury howsoever caused (including that caused by negligence) or suffered directly or indirectly in relation to such information.
5. It is Your responsibility to ensure that any feedback reports such as the FSA CCRI feedback are passed to You by any person acting on Your behalf.
1. You must keep Your Security details safe.
2. You must not share Your Security details with anyone else, unless You give them permission to act on Your behalf.
3. If You authorise someone to act on Your behalf, You are responsible for the information and instructions they send to us.
4. If You think any person knows Your Security details without Your permission, You must tell us immediately. We will cancel those Security details and send You new Security details as soon as reasonably practicable. You will remain responsible for any use of the previous Security details until they are cancelled.
Availability of the service
1. We will provide the Service to You but We may change, suspend or restrict the Service for maintenance purposes or for enhancing the services or for any other reason. Subject to the operation of law We will not be liable for any failure for any reason (including Our negligence) to provide the Service in part or in full.
2. We will try to advise users of the Service of any intended disruption to the Service by placing information on Our website.
Operation of the eAML2 Service
We aim to process all applications for access to the Service within 2 working days.
Information will be provided promptly in an electronic format to the specified destination
You will be required to print a summary of all of the information you provide to give to your haulier. You are strongly advised to save a copy of this information.
If you realise you have made a mistake in any information you can correct it via the online system at any time before the day of the movement or by contacting us during Our operating hours. If the movement has already been notified to the destination you must contact us as soon as possible by email, phone or fax. You must give us details of the information you sent, and the correct information. We will correct it on eAML2 as soon as practicable
Required movement feedback to the Bureau Service:
1. Sending site: feedback confirming the exact numbers of animals and the details of the transporting vehicle must be provided via SMS (text message. on the day of the movement. If you do not manage to confirm this information by SMS you must return to the eAML2 website or contact the Bureau Service to provide the required information.
2. Receiving site: feedback confirming the numbers of animals received alive and dead at the time of arrival must be provided within three days of arrival at the receiving site via SMS, the eAML2 website or by otherwise contacting the Bureau Service.
Once all of the movements’ information has been confirmed it will be automatically submitted to AMLS daily . Any unconfirmed movements will automatically enter an escalation process involving Your local authority, which may lead to You being blocked from using the eAML2 system. Any data or enforcement issues arising from the information you provide will be followed up directly by Your local trading standards officers.
1. We authorise You to download Your own information for Your own use.
1. We authorise You to upload information in order to register movements and Food Chain Information (FCI).
2. We are not responsible for any consequences of any corruption of information prior to its receipt by Us.
We are not liable for any information that may become corrupted at any time including during uploading, storage, transfer and downloading or any consequences thereof including as a result of Our negligence.
1. You must use the Service for lawful purposes only.
2. You must not use the Service for any of the following:
· For fraudulent purposes.
· To send information to Us that is obscene, threatening, offensive or defamatory.
Hyperlinking to eAML2
We allow users to set up hyperlinks to this Service. You do not have to ask permission to link directly to these pages.
The eAML2 website and the names, images and logos identifying or owned by AHDB, third parties and their information, products and services are copyright of AHDB, and/or third parties. Copying or use of logos accessed via this Service is not permitted without prior approval from the relevant copyright owner. Otherwise than as permitted above, You must not copy, distribute or publish any material taken from it without permission in writing in advance of the copyright owner.