Workshop 1: Status quo of meat inspection modernization

Chairs: Lis Alban, Denmark & Bojan Blagojevic, Serbia

RIBMINS Cost Action Network Meeting - Workshop about risk-based meat inspection and integrated meat safety assurance

The European Food Safety Authority has recently proposed a generic framework for a modern, flexible and dynamic risk-based meat safety assurance system. Implementation of such a system is expected to be a slow and careful process that will involve its thorough development, fine-tuning and testing its practical feasibility and general impacts.

At the workshop, we will exchange ideas, experience and results of various country-level research studies. We will also identify the knowledge gaps related to such a new system. To ensure that we will cover all aspects, we shall go through the five RIBMINS Working Group topics:

  1. Scope and targets of meat safety assurance,
  2. Farm-level controls and risk categorisation of farms,
  3. Abattoir-level controls and risk categorisation of abattoirs,
  4. Meat safety assurance system impact with changes, addition and alternatives to meat inspection, and
  5. Meat safety assurance system training, communication and monitoring.

The main aim of the workshop and the RIBMINS network is to combine and strengthen European-wide research efforts on modern meat safety control systems. Moreover, Australian, Brazilian, and US presenters will update us on the similar discussions taking place in their countries.

The meeting is open to everybody with an interest in the subject.

Overall, the RIBMINS network shall help the full development and implementation of the general principles of meat safety assurance system across Europe for the benefit of consumers, industry and protection of animal health and welfare.



Workshop 2: African Swine Fever

Chairs: Franz Conraths, Germany & José-Manuel Sanchez-Vizcaino, Spain

The workshop will deal with the challenges caused by African Swine Fever in affected countries, its economic consequences and measures to prevent the entry of the disease, to detect and control it in both, domestic pigs and wild boar.

 

 

 

 

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