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Foodborne viruses and prions and their significance for public health edited by: Frans J.M. Smulders. Birgit Nørrung. Herbert Budka. Wageningen Academic.
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- Safety and Health Topics | Foodborne Disease | Occupational Safety and Health Administration
This Volume is targeted at veterinary practitioners, official veterinarians in a control function, animal and food scientists, welfare scientists, students in animal welfare, auditing and inspection officials and risk managers at all levels of animal production. Smulders , pages, hardback, Food Safety Ass. The themes in this volume cover a range of topics, including epidemiological monitoring and surveillance in primary production and processing of foods of animal origin, antimicrobial resistance and transfer in these foods, and risk modelling and management strategies.
Finally, recent food legislation aspects are discussed.
This volume is targeted to scientists in academia and industry, graduate students in veterinary and food science as well as to governmental officials in veterinary public health and food safety. Smulders and John D.
Collins , pages, hardback, Food Safety Ass. Preventive medicine and quality and safety assurance programmes are primarily based on knowledge of the existing strengths and weaknesses of the clients' enterprise and their ability to enact effective intervention measures. Accordingly, the food animal veterinarian relies upon effective monitoring of current performance and herd health status both for the purpose of maximising efficiency of production and providing an assurance that the primary food product meets required health standards in terms of freedom from those agents of concern that have their origin on the farm.
These agents include foodborne parasites, pathogenic bacteria, some of which display a resistance to antimicrobial agents, contaminants of environmental origin, as well as chemical and pharmaceutical residues. The more successful these hazards are addressed at the farm, the better the quality and safety of the final product and their marketing possibilities will be. Communication between the primary producer and the food processing industry that facilitates real-time exchange of information on these issues is essential for the practice of preventive medicine at the herd and flock level.
Integrated food chain quality and safety control programmes, when linked to such monitoring and surveillance principles in regard to both human and animal health, represent the means of achieving sustainable food animal production on a global scale, in line with the conclusions of WTO and EU. Herbert Budka and Ellen Gelpi. Scrapie in small ruminants. Olivier Andreoletti and Sylvie L.
Safety and Health Topics | Foodborne Disease | Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Bovine spongiform encephalopathy: history and diagnosis of a decreasing epidemic. Emerging mammalian prions: chronic wasting disease. Glenn C. Risk management for foodborne prions.
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What is this? Viruses: the basics Mohammad Y. Vahlenkamp pp. Introduction to norovirus Janko van Beek and Marion Koopmans pp. Atmar pp. Occurrence and control of viruses in food handling environments and in ready-to-eat foods Lone J.
Advancing food safety initiatives. Agenda Item Recently, WHO has also provided guidance on food safety for food producers, transporters and consumers. There is a need to refocus attention and to re-energize commitments on food safety — especially coordinated and cooperative actions and communications across borders.
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Better data and methods are needed to estimate the health impact of foodborne diseases and to guide response and prevention actions. This year, WHO will release the first comprehensive estimates of the global burden of death and illness caused by foodborne diseases.
More investment is needed in national food safety systems, reflecting the importance of food safety as a public health priority. Governments have several key roles to play. In addition to setting policies, they are critical for establishing and implementing the national food safety systems within which food producers and suppliers must operate. Consumers can stay informed, for example, through self-education and by reading labels on packaging.
In the 21st century, collaboration is vital to achieving safe food-chains that cross national borders.
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