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Food safety guidelines: Keeping workers safe along the food supply chain in acutely food insecure contexts

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    Food Safety Guidelines: Keeping workers safe along the food supply chain within the most acutely food insecure countries
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    2021
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    Keeping food and food workers safe is even more complex during a global pandemic crisis and all stakeholders must contribute to maintaining 360° oversight of every aspect of the food supply chain. Food supply chain workers play an indispensable role in sustaining the movement of food along the supply chain. Therefore, keeping workers, production facilities, transport infrastructure and all other areas in the supply chain safe, is critical for mitigating the impacts of this unprecedented COVID-19 crisis. Against this background, this webinar brings together diverse partners and experts from the International Labour Organization (ILO), the World Health Organization (WHO), the Federation of Veterinarians of Europe (FVE) and FAO, to discuss issues surrounding occupational health and safety risks along the food supply chain.The discussions highlight global guidelines and explore some mitigation experiences and key learnings from the most acutely food insecure contexts.
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    Creole: Mitigating the risk of COVID-19 transmission among food chain workers 2022
    A range of food chain workers – farmers, food delivery drivers, butchers and market sellers, to name just a few – work tirelessly every day to sustain our food chains. Even in the face of COVID-19-associated risks to themselves and their families, these essential workers are keeping communities alive, fed and healthy. Under Pillar IV of FAO’s COVID-19 Global Humanitarian Response Plan – funded by the United States Agency for International Development – this project aims to support awareness-raising and sensitization campaigns among food workers. Under this project, FAO collaborated with a multi-sector group of partners to identify context-appropriate messages and guidance on food chain safety best practices. Those key messages formed the basis of communication material, targeted to specific subsectors of the food chain and other relevant stakeholders. The messages conveyed through these posters aim to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 among food chain workers and food shoppers too.
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    Poster, banner
    Spanish: Mitigating the risk of COVID-19 transmission among food chain workers 2022
    A range of food chain workers – farmers, food delivery drivers, butchers and market sellers, to name just a few – work tirelessly every day to sustain our food chains. Even in the face of COVID-19-associated risks to themselves and their families, these essential workers are keeping communities alive, fed and healthy. Under Pillar IV of FAO’s COVID-19 Global Humanitarian Response Plan – funded by the United States Agency for International Development – this project aims to support awareness-raising and sensitization campaigns among food workers. Under this project, FAO collaborated with a multi-sector group of partners to identify context-appropriate messages and guidance on food chain safety best practices. Those key messages formed the basis of communication material, targeted to specific subsectors of the food chain and other relevant stakeholders. The messages conveyed through these posters aim to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 among food chain workers and food shoppers too.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Presentation
    Food Safety Guidelines: Keeping workers safe along the food supply chain within the most acutely food insecure countries
    Webinar powerpoint
    2021
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    Keeping food and food workers safe is even more complex during a global pandemic crisis and all stakeholders must contribute to maintaining 360° oversight of every aspect of the food supply chain. Food supply chain workers play an indispensable role in sustaining the movement of food along the supply chain. Therefore, keeping workers, production facilities, transport infrastructure and all other areas in the supply chain safe, is critical for mitigating the impacts of this unprecedented COVID-19 crisis. Against this background, this webinar brings together diverse partners and experts from the International Labour Organization (ILO), the World Health Organization (WHO), the Federation of Veterinarians of Europe (FVE) and FAO, to discuss issues surrounding occupational health and safety risks along the food supply chain.The discussions highlight global guidelines and explore some mitigation experiences and key learnings from the most acutely food insecure contexts.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Poster, banner
    Creole: Mitigating the risk of COVID-19 transmission among food chain workers 2022
    A range of food chain workers – farmers, food delivery drivers, butchers and market sellers, to name just a few – work tirelessly every day to sustain our food chains. Even in the face of COVID-19-associated risks to themselves and their families, these essential workers are keeping communities alive, fed and healthy. Under Pillar IV of FAO’s COVID-19 Global Humanitarian Response Plan – funded by the United States Agency for International Development – this project aims to support awareness-raising and sensitization campaigns among food workers. Under this project, FAO collaborated with a multi-sector group of partners to identify context-appropriate messages and guidance on food chain safety best practices. Those key messages formed the basis of communication material, targeted to specific subsectors of the food chain and other relevant stakeholders. The messages conveyed through these posters aim to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 among food chain workers and food shoppers too.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Poster, banner
    Spanish: Mitigating the risk of COVID-19 transmission among food chain workers 2022
    A range of food chain workers – farmers, food delivery drivers, butchers and market sellers, to name just a few – work tirelessly every day to sustain our food chains. Even in the face of COVID-19-associated risks to themselves and their families, these essential workers are keeping communities alive, fed and healthy. Under Pillar IV of FAO’s COVID-19 Global Humanitarian Response Plan – funded by the United States Agency for International Development – this project aims to support awareness-raising and sensitization campaigns among food workers. Under this project, FAO collaborated with a multi-sector group of partners to identify context-appropriate messages and guidance on food chain safety best practices. Those key messages formed the basis of communication material, targeted to specific subsectors of the food chain and other relevant stakeholders. The messages conveyed through these posters aim to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 among food chain workers and food shoppers too.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Presentation
    Food Safety Guidelines: Keeping workers safe along the food supply chain within the most acutely food insecure countries
    Webinar powerpoint
    2021
    Also available in:
    No results found.

    Keeping food and food workers safe is even more complex during a global pandemic crisis and all stakeholders must contribute to maintaining 360° oversight of every aspect of the food supply chain. Food supply chain workers play an indispensable role in sustaining the movement of food along the supply chain. Therefore, keeping workers, production facilities, transport infrastructure and all other areas in the supply chain safe, is critical for mitigating the impacts of this unprecedented COVID-19 crisis. Against this background, this webinar brings together diverse partners and experts from the International Labour Organization (ILO), the World Health Organization (WHO), the Federation of Veterinarians of Europe (FVE) and FAO, to discuss issues surrounding occupational health and safety risks along the food supply chain.The discussions highlight global guidelines and explore some mitigation experiences and key learnings from the most acutely food insecure contexts.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Poster, banner
    Creole: Mitigating the risk of COVID-19 transmission among food chain workers 2022
    A range of food chain workers – farmers, food delivery drivers, butchers and market sellers, to name just a few – work tirelessly every day to sustain our food chains. Even in the face of COVID-19-associated risks to themselves and their families, these essential workers are keeping communities alive, fed and healthy. Under Pillar IV of FAO’s COVID-19 Global Humanitarian Response Plan – funded by the United States Agency for International Development – this project aims to support awareness-raising and sensitization campaigns among food workers. Under this project, FAO collaborated with a multi-sector group of partners to identify context-appropriate messages and guidance on food chain safety best practices. Those key messages formed the basis of communication material, targeted to specific subsectors of the food chain and other relevant stakeholders. The messages conveyed through these posters aim to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 among food chain workers and food shoppers too.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Poster, banner
    Spanish: Mitigating the risk of COVID-19 transmission among food chain workers 2022
    A range of food chain workers – farmers, food delivery drivers, butchers and market sellers, to name just a few – work tirelessly every day to sustain our food chains. Even in the face of COVID-19-associated risks to themselves and their families, these essential workers are keeping communities alive, fed and healthy. Under Pillar IV of FAO’s COVID-19 Global Humanitarian Response Plan – funded by the United States Agency for International Development – this project aims to support awareness-raising and sensitization campaigns among food workers. Under this project, FAO collaborated with a multi-sector group of partners to identify context-appropriate messages and guidance on food chain safety best practices. Those key messages formed the basis of communication material, targeted to specific subsectors of the food chain and other relevant stakeholders. The messages conveyed through these posters aim to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 among food chain workers and food shoppers too.

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