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Enterprise Risk Management Study: Assessment of the Organization's Approach to Risk Management







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    In recent decades, increased population and economic development have put a strain on the world’s supply of freshwater. More people require clean water for more uses, whilst the amount and quality of existing freshwater resources have declined due to desertification, pollution and other effects of human activity. This book takes the view that well-constructed water legislation can be a powerful tool to alleviate problems related to water scarcity. The book introduces fundamental terms and is sues related to water management and water use that may be useful to lawyers, whilst outlining key legal concepts, structures and processes for scientists and water managers. The book is designed to improve the dialogue between legal and technical experts in the area of water resource management. The ultimate objective is more effective and practical legislation that enables a greater number of people to meet their basic health and sanitation needs in a sustainable manner whilst protecting e cosystems and maintaining a healthy environment.
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    This risk assessment has been elaborated over a number of years. A number of national risk assessments that were available or being finalized when this work was initiated in 2001 were used as a basis from which to elaborate this risk assessment. In the course of its development, the risk assessment has been reviewed by two expert consultations—in 2001 and 2002—and been presented in various forums, including the Codex Committee on Food Hygiene and some international scientific conferences and mee tings. Finally, it was subjected to peer review in 2006. Comments and feedback received at each of these steps have been taken into account in the finalization of the risk assessment. In parallel to the elaboration of this risk assessment, research into Campylobacter spp. in broiler chickens and related issues has been ongoing, and risk assessment work at a national level has continued in some countries. Taking this into consideration, the recent literature has been reviewed and incorporated int o this work as appropriate to ensure that the risk assessment is current at the time of publication in terms of recent developments in scientific knowledge and data.

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