Food Industry in Georgia Risks and Threats. Terminal Learning Objective:
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Risks and Threats
The participant will identify what agroterrorism means to the food industry, identify legislation and measures in place to help protect the food supply, and increase their knowledge of the process of risk assessment, risk management and risk communication.
Enabling Learning Objectives:
1.1 Identify what agroterrorism means to the food industry.
1.2 Discuss legislation and become familiar with measures in place to help protect the food supply.
1.3 Identify steps in process of risk assessment, risk management and risk communication
Registration of plants
ID badges, security cameras, etc.
Hazard Analysis in Broiler Processing Plant
In-plant loss of product
Hazard Analysis in a Livestock Production Facility
Quarantine and Depopulation
Loss of animal group
HACCP: Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points
Assessing the hazards:
What are the vulnerabilities?
Animal movement: biosecurity
Traffic flow: physical security
Characterize the vulnerability
Severity of outcome
Magnitude of risk
Frequency of vulnerability
Target Critical Control Points
Risk, Severity, Likelihood,
Annex 03: Biosecurity guidelines for the farmer or producer
Annex 04: Routine biosecurity protocols for visiting farms and other livestock concentration points
The 3 P’s:
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