RESOLVE

Surveillance Workshop

The second Collaborative Food Safety Forum workshop was held November 3-4, 2011 at RESOLVE in Washington, DC. This forum focused on the surveillance provisions of the FSMA.

Agenda

Workshop Summary

Workshop Highlights

Participant List

Presentation Slides

Note: Some of the presentations contain information that was preliminary at the time of the meeting, has evolved over time, and continues to evolve. For information about CDC’s work in Food Safety, please visit: http://www.cdc.gov/foodsafety/

Background Material


Presentation Slides

The Role of Surveillance in Developing a Risk-Based Food Safety System

Current Human Illness Surveillance Systems

Regulatory Agency Surveillance Systems and Agency Needs for Human Foodborne Illness Surveillance Data

  • Susan Lance, US Food and Drug Administration
    Current FDA Surveillance Systems
    (No presentation slides available)
  • David Goldman, USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service
    Current USDA Surveillance Systems
    (No presentation slides available)
  • Chris Braden, CDC
    The Interagency Food Safety Analytics Collaboration
    (No presentation slides available)

Implementing FSMA: The Surveillance Provision

Assessment of Existing Surveillance Systems and Implementation of FSMA with Discussion of Series 1 Examples: Salmonella

Assessment of Existing Surveillance Systems and Implementation of FSMA with Discussion of Series 1 Examples: Listeria

Challenges, Opportunities and Trends Associated with Surveillance Systems


Background Material

I. CDC Background Materials on Food Safety

II. Supporting Materials for CDC Presentations

Current Human Illness Surveillance Systems
Patricia Griffin, Chief, Enteric Diseases Epidemiology Branch

Implementing FSMA: The Surveillance Provision
Dale Morse, Senior Advisor, Division of Foodborne, Waterborne, and Environmental Diseases

Assessment of Existing Surveillance Systems and Implementation of FSMA with Discussion of Case Examples
Ian Williams, Chief, Outbreak Response and Prevention Branch
Patricia Griffin, Chief Enteric Diseases Epidemiology Branch

Case Example 1: Salmonella Examples  

Case Example 2: Listeria Examples

Challenges, Opportunities and Trends Associated with Surveillance Systems
Use of non-culture diagnostics and other technological advancements
John Besser, Deputy Chief, Enteric Diseases Laboratory Branch

III. Selected GAO Reports on Imported Food Safety

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