Food Defence and Fraud Detection: An
Essential Sector of National Food Safety Framework
Today more than ever, it is essential for National Food Authority (NFA) to implement a
partnership approach between Government, regulators and industry to enhance
national food crime prevention framework. With well-defined commitment from all
parties, the implementation of this framework is achievable and could be further tuned
to facilitate culture change. The main responsibility and priority of national food industry
must above all else demonstrate that having a safe, high integrity food system that is
under complete supervision by national food authority.
9th – 20th June 2014, London, United Kingdom
The primary focus of the MRRCF training-workshop is radiological protection, i.e. reducing exposure of humans to radiation.
The aim of GCM workshop is to share ideas and build consensus on the need for a concerted effort to strengthen human and institutional capacity to combat obesity as public health threat and to formulate bold action plan to make it happen.
The workshop aims to consolidate and expand on causes of obesity in pre/adolescent to ensure participants have a solid scientific grasp of physiological contexts within which nutritional components play a key role.
The aim of DCM is to share ideas and build consensus on the need for a concerted effort to strengthen human and institutional capacity to combat diabetes as public health threat and to formulate bold action plan to make it happen.