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mardi 12 janvier 2016

MISE EN PLACE DE CAMERAS POUR SURVEILLANCE DES ABATTOIRS EN ISRAEL.

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 UNE SALLE DE CONTRÔLE RECEVRA LES FILMS OBTENUS PAR LES CAMÉRAS DANS L' ABATTOIR . EFFECTIF SUR UNE BASE 24/24 LES EMPLOYÉS SERONT DONC  FILMES ET LA MANIÈRE DONT LES ANIMAUX SON TRAITES SERA OBSERVEE.

 CELA POUR ENVIRON 5O ABATTOIRS 
 EXCELLENTE IDEE QUI DEVRAIT ETRE APPLIQUéE EN FRANCE! CELA EVITERAIT LES SCANDALES GENRE ABATTOIR D' ALES!!!


Aiming to curb abuse cases at the country’s slaughterhouses, the Agriculture Ministry has ordered the installation of cameras at all such facilities. The devices will stream live footage to a central ministry control room.
The “smart camera” system, which will include about 400 cameras and 50 digital recording systems at about 50 slaughterhouses, will be filming workers as they handle animals on a 24/7 basis, the Agriculture Ministry said. A supervisory team from the ministry’s Veterinary Services will be tasked with monitoring the video feed from the cameras at the central control room, the ministry added.
“Our inspection of slaughterhouses is rising to the next level,” Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel said. “We were witnesses to various severe cases at slaughterhouses around Israel. On the one hand, we cannot generalize, but on the other hand we must increase monitoring and enforcement or else these cases will not change.”
Ariel first called for the installation of cameras as well as the control room’s establishment in July, after Channel 10 aired a report revealing abusive activities at a Soglowek poultry abattoir. The continuation of a Channel 10 Kolbotek investigation in October 2013, prompted by Anonymous for Animal Rights activist Ronen Bar July’s expose showed images of employees dancing in circles with chickens and throwing them around to each other as if they were balls.
Other such incidents have been reported at slaughterhouses in the past, such as an abuse case at Tnuva’s Adom Adom cattle slaughterhouse in December 2012. In June, the Agriculture Ministry temporarily shut down the Dabbah company slaughterhouse, also due to animal rights violations.
Just last week, Channel 2 aired the results of a three-month investigation conducted with Anonymous for Animal Rights that exposed various abuse and sanitation violations at the Oaf Hagalil and Milouoff slaughterhouses.