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National Advisory Committee on Meat and Poultry Inspection Spring Meeting

Meetings and Events

USDA, South Building Cafeteria Conference Room
1400 Independence Ave., SW
Washington, DC 20250
Thursday, Jun 16, 2005
8:30

Welcome

Dr. Merle Pierson, Acting Under Secretary for Food Safety

8:45

Opening Remarks Dr. Barbara Masters
Acting Administrator
Food Safety and Inspection Service
9:00 Presentation of Certificates Dr. Barbara Masters
Acting Administrator
Food Safety and Inspection Service
9:15 Charge of the Committee Mr. Robert Tynan
Deputy Director
Strategic Initiatives, Partnerships and
Outreach Staff
9:35 Update on Issues from Previous Meeting Program Area(s)
9:55 Questions from Committee Members on Briefing Papers Program Area(s)
10:15 BREAK
10:30 Issue Dr. Shaukat Syed, Director
New Technology Staff
Office of Policy, Program and Employee Development

How can FSIS best share information on new technology with small and very small plants?

11:15

Issue

Mr. Charlie Gioglio, Director
Inspection and Enforcement Initiatives Staff
Office of Policy, Program and Employee Development

What guidance can be provided to industry to ensure that plants hold product when FSIS tests product for an adulterant?

12:00

LUNCH

1:15

Issue

Dr. Daniel Engeljohn, Deputy Assistant Administrator
Policy Analysis and Formulation
Office of Policy, Program and Employee Development

How can risk-based sampling most effectively be conducted in small and very small plants?

2:00

Public Comment and Adjourn

Dr. Barbara Masters
Acting Administrator
Food Safety and Inspection Service

3:00

Sub Committee Deliberations
  • Standing Sub-Committee Number 1 - Cafeteria Conference Room
  • Standing Sub-Committee Number 2 - Room 1160
  • Standing Sub-Committee Number 3 - Room 0161


Thursday, Jun 16, 2005
Sub-Committee Sessions
3:00

Standing Sub-Committee Number 1
Cafeteria Conference Room

Mr. Kevin Elfering
Minnesota Department of Agriculture

Issue:

How can FSIS best share information on new technology with small and very small plants?
Standing Sub-Committee Number 2
Room 1160
Mr. Mark Schad
Schad Meats, Inc.
Issue: What guidance can be provided to industry to ensure that plants hold product when FSIS tests product for an adulterant?
3:00 Standing Sub-Committee Number 3
Room 0161
Mr. Darin Detwiler
Lake Washington School District
Redmond, Washington
Issue: How can risk-based sampling most effectively be conducted in small and very small plants?


Friday, Jun 17, 2005
8:30

Recap

Dr. Barbara Masters, Acting Administrator
Food Safety and Inspection Service

8:45

Standing Sub-Committee Number 1 Mr. Kevin Elfering
Minnesota Department of Agriculture
Briefing on Thursday’s Session

How can FSIS best share information on new technology with small and very small plants?

9:45 BREAK
10:15 Standing Sub-Committee Number 2 Mr. Mark Schad
Schad Meats, Inc.
Briefing on Thursday’s session

What guidance can be provided to industry to ensure that plants hold product when FSIS tests product for an adulterant?
11:15 Standing Sub-Committee Number 3
Room 0161
Mr. Darin Detwiler
Lake Washington School District
Redmond, Washington
Briefing on Thursday’s session

How can risk-based sampling most
effectively be conducted in small and
very small plants?
12:15 Public Comment, Wrap Up and Adjourn Dr. Barbara Masters, Acting Administrator
Food Safety and Inspection Service
Last Modified Jun 12, 2013