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Institutional and scientific co-operation, networking and capacity building in the field of food safety and quality

Hungary and The Netherlands









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    Evidence-based decisions are central to the achievement of Sustainable Soil Management (SSM), which in turn is critical to the achievement food security and nutrition, and to the Agenda 2030. While the quantity and quality of soil data are fundamental, soil information must also be harmonized and globally consistent to have impact. Established in 2017, in the framework of the Global Soil Partnership’s Pillar 5, the Global Soil Laboratory Network (GLOSOLAN) facilitates networking and capacity development through cooperation and information sharing between soil laboratories with different levels of expertise. The development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) is a key step toward the harmonization of soil laboratory methods and data. At the purpose of developing harmonized SOPs, the following template and related instructions of use was prepared.
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    Emerging Risk Identification System - ERIS Information Exchange and Networking
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    This paper describes the initiative to set up a new system to identify emerging, or unforeseen risks to food safety. No such risk management system, to identify new or unforeseen risks, has previously been developed. In co-operation with the EU, FAO and WHO, the Netherlands is trying to set up such a system and to make it work for all. This paper explains the system, how new or unforeseen risks can be identified, and how the system might develop and operate in the future. The success of this new system, called ‘Emerging Risk Identification System’ (ERIS), depends on regular input on all relevant aspects of food safety. Validated (and even non-validated) scientific information from every country (ministries and research institutes) will be crucial for the success of this new system. Co-operation and input of all countries is needed to make this system operational. The PEC provides the opportunity for review of this stage of ERIS, to gather input and discuss the initiativ e further, throughout the European region.
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    Survey on the quality and utility of food safety related scientific advice provided by FAO to Codex Committees. Final Report 2011
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    FAO has recently implemented a more integrated and strategic results-based budgeting and work planning process. This approach is based on the setting of strategic objectives that provide a focus for action; the definition of expected results that contribute to attaining these objectives; and the alignment of programs and resources behind the objectives. Activities related to the provision of scientific advice on Food Safety and Nutrition are part of Strategic Objective D: “Improved quality and s afety of food at all stages of the food chain”, and the relevant activities are mostly delivered through a multidisciplinary unit result “Scientific advice on food safety provided to standard setting bodies and FAO member countries”. Scientific advice in the international context is provided by FAO, jointly with WHO and in collaboration with other UN agencies, on a wide range of issues, including the safety and risk assessment of chemicals and biological agents in food. The advice is developed w ith the collaboration of independent experts, using available data from as many regions and countries of the world as possible and information submitted by interested parties. The advice is for the most part generated through expert meetings and consultations.

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