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Presentations from Industry FSA (Food Safety Assessment) Methodology Walk-through

Thursday, December 18, 2008
8:30-11:30 a.m.
USDA Headquarters
South Building Cafeteria
Washington, DC

FSIS has developed tools for use by Enforcement Investigations and Analysis Officers (EIAO) as they conduct comprehensive food safety assessments (FSA) at inspected establishments. These PowerPoint (PPT) slides provide a summary of the material contained in the draft tools.
 

Industry FSA Methodology Walk-through
Topic Presentation
Discussions
Review of FSIS Authority, EIAO Job Description and History Regarding FSAs
Joan Collins
PPT | PDF
Why has FSIS modified the FSA methodology?
How does this fit into the PHIS data infrastructure project, and
How will information be used to inform policy and risk?

William K. Shaw, Jr., PhD
Senior Food Technologist
Office of Policy and Program Development
PPT | PDF
Selected Sections—Overview of the Information Collection Goals and its Uses
General Sanitation/HACCP Portion
LCDR Candace Hander
Regional Public Health Training Coordinator
Office of Outreach, Education and Employee Training
PPT | PDF
03B Industry FSA Methodology Walk-through (Raw Ground Meat)
Janet L. McGinn, DVM
Office of Policy and Program Development
 
PPT | PDF
03J Industry FSA Methodology Walk-through (Slaughter Meat)
LCDR Catherine Rockwell, DVM
Staff Officer
Office of Policy and Program Development
PPT | PDF
03J Overview of the Poultry Slaughter FSA Tool
P. Bennett, DVM
Risk and Innovations Management Division
Office of Policy and Program Development
PPT | PDF
03H Heat Treated Not Fully Cooked Not Shelf Stable Tool
William K. Shaw, Jr., PhD
Senior Food Technologist
Office of Policy and Program Development
PPT | PDF
03G Fully Cooked Not Shelf Stable Tool
William K. Shaw, Jr., PhD
Senior Food Technologist
Office of Policy and Program Development
PPT | PDF
FSA Work Flow and Next Steps
William K. Shaw, Jr., PhD
Senior Food Technologist
Office of Policy and Program Development
PPT | PDF

 

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