Guidance

Find a professional to certify export health certificates

A list of organisations in England, Scotland and Wales that inspect and certify animals and animal products for export.The list does not include every certifier.

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If you want to export animals and animal products from the UK, you need to nominate someone to sign an export health certificate.

This will be an official vet or sometimes a local authority inspector (usually an environmental health officer). They will check your consignment meets the health requirements of the destination country.

You can use this list to help you find a vet or local authority inspector who can certify your consignment.

The list does not include every certifier in England, Scotland and Wales. And not every certifier will be able to certify every consignment. Check the details in the list to make sure you are choosing the right one. If you cannot find what you need ask your local vet or email csconehealthovteam@apha.gov.uk.

If you’re in Northern Ireland contact DAERA.

There’s no fee for the certificate but you’ll be charged for your vet or inspector’s time.

If your organisation offers certification, and you want to be added to the list, email csconehealthovteam@apha.gov.uk.

Published 8 February 2019
Last updated 2 December 2019 + show all updates
  1. Updated the lists for England and Wales
  2. Added Wigan Council to the England list.
  3. Added entries to the England list.
  4. Updated the list for England and Scotland
  5. Added East Dunbartonshire Council entry in the Scotland EHC list
  6. Charnwood Borough Council entry changed to Leicestershire only.
  7. Added new suppliers to England, Scotland and Wales.
  8. Added 30 vet and 7 local authority certifiers in England, Scotland and Wales.
  9. Added contact details for local authority inspectors
  10. First published.