Join us for an informative one-hour lunchtime learning session where we will delve into the recent changes in the Border Target Operating Model (BTOM) implemented in January, and the upcoming adjustments set to take effect on 30th April 2024.

This session be question and answer-based, so members can ask IOE&IT SPS experts their most common questions about the evolving landscape of border operations and moving goods that are subject to sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) controls.

Join us, where we will learn about:

  • The Introduction of documentary and risk-based identity and physical checks on medium-risk animal products, plants, plant products, and high-risk food and feed of non-animal origin from the EU
  • Transition of existing inspections of high-risk plants/plant products from the EU from destination to Border Control Posts.
  • Removal of health certification and routine checks on low-risk animal products, plants, plant products.
  • Reduction in physical and identity check levels on medium-risk animal products from non-EU countries