lunes, 21 de abril de 2008

Legal/Regulatory News FSIS releasing risk-based inspection reports

USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service is publishing two reports that evaluate the scientific support for the proposed risk-based inspection system.
One of the reports details the system as it relates to all processing and slaughter establishments, and the other discusses the system for young chicken slaughter plants. FSIS has revised the reports based on comments from the National Advisory Committee on Meat and Poultry Inspection (NACMPI), stakeholders and peer reviewers.

The revised technical report on processing and slaughter establishments is now available. The revised version of the poultry slaughter report will be available on April 25. FSIS said it will continue to tweak the RBI system by working with stakeholders to carry out a methods evaluation.

The agency also has released the Audit Report on Issues Impacting the Development of Risk Based Inspection at Meat and Poultry Establishments. This report presents the results of the audit conducted by USDA's Office of the Inspector General.

Source: Meatingplace.comTo view these reports, click here.
Aporte: Guillermo Figueroa

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