Training course on risk analysis approaches in food safety held in Podgorica, Montenegro (27 - 29 April 2015)

The CAPS2 project foresees the development of a risk assessment study and related trainings in order to evaluate the level of consumers’ exposure to contaminants in the consumption of fish and shellfish products in the Adriatic Area.

The first project training course on risk analysis in food safety was organised on 27-29 April 2015 by the Veterinary Administration of Montenegro in Podgorica, Montenegro, with the scientific support of the Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell’Abruzzo e del Molise “G. Caporale”.

Participants, mainly belonging to project partners, National/ Local Competent Authorities and laboratories dealing with sampling and food safety issues, attended the training course aimed to develop basic knowledge and skills for a risk analysis approach to be implemented in the process of data collection and when addressing the contamination of food products.

The main goal of the training course was indeed to transfer basic knowledge on risk analysis process and to support the implementation of national surveillance plans in the Countries involved.

During the training event, the project partners have taken the opportunity to discuss about the state of the art of national surveillance plans in a specific session “WP5 - cross countries meeting”.

The risk assessment study will contribute in providing relevant information for decision makers on contamination risks, prevention and mitigation strategies in the Adriatic area.




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