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Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals Northern Ireland 2005

Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals Northern Ireland 2005

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Published by Stationery Office .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Experiments & Projects,
  • Mechanics - Statics,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10563338M
    ISBN 100337088373
    ISBN 109780337088377

    The Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act , sometimes referred to as ASPA, is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom ( c. 14) passed in , which regulates the use of animals used for research in the UK. The Act permits studies to be conducted using animals for procedures such as breeding genetically modified animals, medical and veterinary advances, education, environmental. The use of animals in experiments and testing is regulated under the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act (ASPA). The Act was revised as part of the transposition of the European Directive /63/EU on the protection of animals used for scientific purposes. The .

      File-images-assessmentreportstatisticsonscientificproceduresonlivinganimal_tcm Download "-images. Today, the Home Office published their annual statistics on the use of animals in scientific research. It shows that million procedures were started in Great Britain in , demonstrating a decrease in the number of procedures for toxicology (down to ,) but an increase for non-toxicology procedures by 10%, especially related to nutrition research (79,).

    The Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety in Northern Ireland has released the Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals, Northern Ireland Animals used in research in Northern Ireland are not included in the UK’s annual statistics, which provide only animal numbers in England, Scotland and Wales. Laws. The Animal Welfare Act is the latest animal welfare legislation in England and Wales. It superseded and consolidated more than 20 other pieces of legislation, such as the Protection of Animals Act and the Abandonment of Animals Act The Act introduced tougher penalties for neglect and cruelty, including fines of up to £20,, a maximum jail term of 51 weeks and a.


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Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals Northern Ireland 2005 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Statistical reports relating to scientific procedures on living animals in Northern Ireland by year. Documents Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals Northern Ireland.

STATISTICS OF SCIENTIFIC PROCEDURES ON LIVING ANIMALS GREAT BRITAIN INTRODUCTORY NOTES 1. The statistics in this publication relate to experiments or other scientific procedures performed on living animals that were subject to the provisions of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act during the year from 1.

2 October ISBN amended on the 'Statistics of scientific procedures on living animals, Great Britain: ' from to The statistics in this publication relate to scientific procedures performed using living animals subject to the provisions of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Actduring the year The purpose of the publication is to meet the requirements of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act.

16 July Added 'Statistics of scientific procedures on living animals, Great Britain: ’, updated 'User guide to Home Office statistics of scientific procedures on living animals'. on protected living animals in Great Britain each year. Purpose of this release The Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act regulates the use of animals in scientific procedures in the United Kingdom.

The Act requires licensing and oversight of all places, projects and personnel seeking to conduct scientific procedures on living animals. The statistics for Northern Ireland are not included and we have provided more details at the bottom of the page (23, procedures in ).

*The total number of animals excludes those animals first used in a previous year, which underwent a procedure in the current year, in order to prevent double counting of animals between years. SPLA is an annual publication which presents statistics on the numbers of scientific procedures carried out on living animals, by species and type of procedure.

The Home Office produces the statistics under the auspices of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act (ASPA ) and Article 26 of European Union Directive 86//EEC. TSO-Scientific Procedures 1 _HC _COVER / sig1 / plateA Statistics of Scienti c Procedures on Living Animals Great Britain HC £ Published by TSO (The Stationery Office) and available from: Online Mail, Telephone Fax & E-Mail TSO PO Norwich, NR3 1GN.

Annual Statistics of. Scientific Procedures. on Living Animals. Great Britain Presented to Parliament pursuant to section 21(7) and 21A(1) of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 13 July HC 8 11/07/ As shown in Figure 1, the number of procedures carried out decreased from untilto a low of million.

Prepared pursuant to section 21(7) of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act as adapted by section 29 of that Act BELFAST: THE STATIONERY OFFICE Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals PC Scientific Procedures on Living Animals indd 3 12/11/ Northern Ireland Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Live Animals NI (PDF KB) By Department of Health and Social Services and Public Safety.

Abstract. Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals NI Topics: health, northern ireland. A rise in animal testing in Northern Ireland has been slammed by an MLA, who said more that 60 were subjected to "painful and damaging" tests every day.

Statistics of Scientific Procedures on. Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals Northern Ireland (PDF) Author Brian Carnell Posted on Decem Categories Uncategorized Tags Animal Experimentation, Northern Ireland Leave a comment on Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals Northern Ireland on protected living animals in Great Britain each year.

Purpose of this release The Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act regulates the use of animals in scientific procedures in the United Kingdom. The Act requires licensing and oversight of all places, projects and personnel seeking to conduct scientific procedures on living animals.

Note, inan additional 1, animals were used in the creation and maintenance of genetic lines, making the total number of animals used for scientific purposes, 10, † The United Kingdom’s statistics do not include Northern Ireland which are counted separately (so technically it’s. Table 22 Scientific procedures by use of anaesthesia, Table 21 Scientific procedures (toxicology) by type of legislation, Table 20 Scientific procedures by species of animal, Other purposes.

No comparable figures are available. Annual Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals Great Britain. 5 There is an exception to this where, if a wild type animal is mated with a GA animal, the wild type parent is not recorded and neither are any wild type offspring (User Guide to Annual Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals Great Britain 4 U.K.

Government, “Annual Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals Great Britain ,” Home Office, 18 July 5 Cary Funk and Meg Hefferon, “Most Americans Accept Genetic Engineering of Animals That Benefits Human Health, but Many Oppose Other Uses,” Pew Research Center, 16 Aug.

Annual Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals Great Britain HC Annual Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals Great Britain Presented to Parliament pursuant to sections 21(7) and 21A(1) of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act for Northern Ireland, the Department of Health, Social Services.Under the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Actevery regulated procedure on a ‘protected animal’ conducted in Great Britain must be counted - this includes, all vertebrate species (except those in first half of foetal, larval, embryonic stage) and cephalopods (e.g.

octopuses, squid and cuttlefish).Regulated procedures are defined in the Act as any procedure applied to a protected animal for an experimental or other scientific purpose, or for an educational purpose, that may have the effect of causing an animal pain, suffering, distress or lasting harm equivalent to, or higher than, that caused by the introduction of a needle in accordance with good veterinary practice.