APEC FSCF PTIN Workshop on Improved Food Inspection Capacity Building Based on Risk Analysis

Date: May 21-23, 2014
Location: Seoul, Korea

This project led by Korea continued work on educating APEC economies about the use of risk-based inspection against potential risks to consumers’ health with the goal of improving food safety management of traded food and minimizing food safety incidents. This work continued further rollout of the FSCF PTIN’s core food safety elements modules to economies in the region. Economy training targeted a broad range of involved actors which included food inspectors, public officers in charge of food safety, staff members at food sanitation inspection organizations and other relevant officers. Workshop summary and materials will be posted soon.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Upcoming work is expected in areas of :

  • Enhancing MRL compliance
  • Development of guidance on general best practices, and risk communication with regard to MRL compliance, and modernization of food safety systems
  • Antimicrobial resistance
  • And continued work on streamlining the use of export certificates in the region through bilateral work with Peru.

The FSCF and the FSCF PTIN Steering Group will meet next in New Zealand in 2021 in either the APEC Seniors Official Meeting (SOM) 1 or 2

RECENT EVENTS

Food Safety Cooperation Forum Conference

May 10, 2019

Valparaiso, Chile

Workshop on Trade Facilitation through an APEC Framework on Food Safety Modernization

May 9, 2019

Valparaiso, Chile

FSCF Partnership Training Institute Network Steering Group meeting

May 8, 2019

Valparaiso, Chile

Workshop on FSCF Partnership Training Institute Network Export Certificate

May 8, 2019

Valparaiso, Chile

Workshop MRL Implementation Tools Showcase

May 8, 2019

Valparaiso, Chile

Workshop on Trade Facilitation by Ensuring a Safer Food Supply through Cross-Border E-Commerce

May 6-7, 2019

Valparaiso, Chile