Vice Versa Tradução Escrita e Interpretação has been accompanying veterinary missions since 2004.
We currently have a team of 11 interpreters trained in accompanying missions from the European Union, Canada and the United States, which include public health (slaughterhouses / slaughterhouses, deboning plants, warehouses, ports, airports, gelatin factory, tanneries), animal health ( farms), animal welfare, waste (laboratories, veterinary drug dealers), laboratory for diagnosing foot-and-mouth disease and veterinary diseases.
We accompany cattle, poultry and pork missions.
How are interpreters selected?
Interpreters who have already followed missions are chosen according to experience. Some have more experience in slaughterhouses, others on farms, others in laboratories.
Vice Versa Translation offers complete training for interpreters accompanying missions. In this course, the following topics are discussed:
What are foreign Veterinary Missions?
What is the role of the Ministry of Agriculture?
How does the structure of the Ministry of Agriculture work?
How do State Agriculture Bodies work?
In situ inspections:
Public health (slaughterhouses). Beef, poultry and pork production process. Terminology for slaughterhouses.
Animal health (farms). Inspection on farms. Animal health and traceability terminology.
Waste (laboratories). Terminology of veterinary drugs, laboratory procedures and equipment. Medical terminology pronunciation.
Posture of the interpreter during missions.
Ethics in audits
Veterinary Missions we have already carried out
União Europeia – DG Sanco – FVO
Estados Unidos – FSIS e APHIS
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