Report on Regional Training Workshop on Food recall and traceability

Report of the FAO Regional Training Workshop:

Food recall and traceability -Application in National food safety control- has been published in June 2014

Field Document No.3/2014

Contents are below;

1 Basic concepts of risk analysis

2 Application risk analysis in food safety emergency

3 Risk communications in food safety emergency

4 Codex Principles for Traceability/Product tracing

5 FAO/WHO Guide for Developing and improving National Food Recall Systems

6 Practical experience of traceability and food recall on the event of food safety emergencies

7 Table top exercises and group discussions for Emergency response theme

8 Group discussion on National road map for introducing traceability and food recall

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Report of the Inception Workshop

Report of the FAO Regional Inception Workshop “Principles and further activities for Codex implementation has been published in July 2013

Field Document No.2/2013

Contents are below;

1.Implication of SPS/TBT Agreement and current activities of International agreement and standard setting

2. An introduction of current important topics

1) Food Recall and traceability

2) Microbiological risk assessment and risk management

3) Antimicrobial resistance

3.Codex activities in the area of food standard setting in ASEAN countries

4.Prioritized subject and area for future activity in the Project

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Status of National Codex Activities in ASEAN Countries

Status of National Codex Activities in ASEAN Countries has been published on November 2012.

Status of Codex implementation of ASEAN 10 countries of below are compiled.

1.Food control system frame work vis a vis food standards and Codex

2.Institutional infrastructure for work on food standards/Codex activities

3.National standards and standards setting in the area of food

4.Level of Codex implementation

5.Data Collection and Analysis Systems

6.Prioritized needs of capacity building for effective implementation of Codex standards

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