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WHO-SEARO has been working closely with Member States to improve the national food safety programmes through technical assistance and collaborative activities since early s. The regional ten-point strategy for food safety RTFS had identified ten key strategies for achieving safe food for all in the region: i food safety policy; ii food legislation; iii food control and inspection; iv analytical capability; v epidemiological system; vi relationships with the food industry and trade; vii relationships with food service providers and retailers; viii relationships with consumers; ix education and training; x research in food safety.
All member countries were urged to adopt the strategy and develop their national food safety policies. To follow up the activity of food safety in SEAR Member States, questionnaires had been sent to all member countries beginning in , to assess the implementation of the point regional strategy.
It was found that only few countries had made significant progress. Major concerns were the adequacy and relevance of food legislation and regulations, the need for technical assistance, resources and capacity building.
In accordance with the Regional Committee Resolution, a regional consultation on food safety was held in to review the implementation of the regional strategy on food safety and other food safety issues in the region. The importance of research in identifying priority foodborne hazards was also recognized by the consultation. The technical group recommended WHO SEARO to provide support and technical leadership to Member States for the development of a national policy and plan of action, assist in developing evidence-based food safety programme actions, assessment, monitoring, and surveillance, estimate economic burden caused by foodborne disease, establish information networking and sharing mechanism in the region, and ensure adequate resources.
A follow-up survey was conducted in to determine the situation of food safety in the region.
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The report highlighted the need for more national commitment towards the implementation of the regional strategy, development of integrated national food safety plans of action, food safety policy and legislation updates, establishment of integrated monitoring and surveillance systems, attention to food markets and food for domestic consumption, and translation of research results into policy.
Information gathered by WHO SEARO10 in to determine the current status on the implementation of the regional food safety strategy indicated that food safety programmes in the Member States were progressing at a slow pace and alignment of the national programmes with the regional food safety strategy remained inadequate.
Several Member States lacked adequate resources manpower and equipment for effective functioning of the national food safety programmes while the participation of other Member States in the Codex process was minimal. Food safety had been addressed as a strategic objective14 for —, focusing on developments and capacity building for integrated food safety and nutrition policies and effective national food control systems.
The strategic objective proposed i to develop networking and coordination and build leadership at country, regional and global levels; ii produce food safety standards, guidelines or training materials; and iii establish and strengthen systems for surveillance, prevention and control of foodborne diseases and food hazard monitoring and evaluation programmes. Food contact regulatory requirements around the world are complex with different regions requiring their own notifications US, EU, China, So.
America, etc for new food contact substances as well as compliance specifications for food contact materials. These regulations are designed to ensure the safe use of packaging and other materials or surfaces that come into contact with food during production and processing, and are also known as food contact materials.
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This webinar series will provide guidance on the EU compliance requirements for plastic food contact materials, coatings and paper and board food contact materials and substances. We shall provide an introduction to the compliance requirements in China, the US FDA , emerging markets and the risk assessment process required to achieve compliance. Across the supply chain different challenges are experienced and we shall provide guidance on the compliance throughout the supply chain, requirements for Good Manufacturing Practice GMP , FDA dispensing machine compliance and the regulations and migration studies required to ensure that inks and colorants are safe.
This webinar will provide guidance on the role of supply chain management in food contact regulatory compliance of raw materials and products used in food contact applications.
This on-demand webinar will offer a comprehensive overview of the regulatory requirements for utilizing recycled materials including plastics and paperboard in food contact applications and the best approach to obtain regulatory clearance for market entry and the impact of utilizing recycled materials on the life cycle analysis of a product. Dispensing machines, with its multitude of parts such as o-rings, clamps and tubing along with the potentially different temperature and food conditions for these various parts, can present issues in ensuring FDA compliance for the dispenser in its entirety.
Much like any product used as a food contact application, the dispenser, in its entirety, must satisfy various regulatory requirements to ensure it is FDA compliant. This webinar will review the best approach to ensuring FDA compliance of an intricate dispensing machine. This webinar explores the global regulatory requirements for inks and colorants designed to be used in food packaging, as well as, the changes anticipated to impact this industry in the near future.
In addition, when it comes to migration testing, analytical experience and knowledge of the Food Contact legislation is required. Intertek expert Nick Jermstad discusses migration testing requirements for inks on food packaging materials in order to ensure product safety and regulatory compliance during this session. The transfer of chemical contaminants from food contact materials into food is called migration.
When determining the safety of substances that have shown the ability to migrate from food packaging into food, a risk assessment must be completed. Based on these values we will discuss how safety can be substantiated or how further studies may be recommended.
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We will also explore toxicological study requirements as required by FDA. In November , more than 50 new Chinese GB standards for food contact materials have been published. In this October , all the new GB standards will come into force. This webinar will give introduction on these new standards and present a overview on how to be compliant in the near future in China.
Legislation on paper and paperboard for food contact materials is not harmonized within the European Union. This webinar will provide an overview of the applicable national legislation and available guidance from the industry. Legislation on coating for food contact materials is not harmonized within the European Union.
This webinar will provide an overview of the applicable national legislation. Since the regulation itself is only 4 pages, the lecture is emphasizing on those details which are shown by corresponding guidance documents and practical experiences.