En­vir­on­mental Health and Food Safety Con­trol

The impact of food safety control means the prospects of monitoring activities to prevent and eliminate problems related to food safety. The absence of a comprehensive system for routinely measuring the impact of food safety control makes evaluating its success difficult. Research can help develop more fit-for-purpose control measures and models by evaluating their significance to food safety.

Prior research subjects have included municipal resource allocation in food safety, the implementation of fee-based control in control units, the operations of groups investigating food-poisoning outbreaks, the renewal of licenses for food-production establishments, as well as the views on food safety and its usefulness held in these establishments, the effects of the nationalisation of meat inspection in small-scale slaughterhouses and the impact of control methods.

In the future, maintaining control standards requires an ever-growing role for the appropriate allocation of control resources and the implementation of increasingly efficient control methods.

Mari Nevas - tuhat

Tutkimusprojekteja

INNUENDO: A new cross-sectorial platform for the integration of genomics in surveillance of food-borne pathogens
European Food Safety Authority, 15/01/2016 → 15/07/2018

 

 

Janne Lundén - Tuhat

Research projects

  • Effects of Oiva-system on food control and food businesses: risk perceptions and challenges of solution-focused control, 01/04/2016 → 31/05/2019
  • INNUENDO: A new cross-sectorial platform for the integration of genomics in surveillance of food-borne pathogens
    European Food Safety Authority, 15/01/2016 → 15/07/2018
  • Flexibility of food legislation , 01/01/2016 → 31/12/2017
  • Risk factors and prevention of Listeria monocytogenes in fish industry, 01/01/2014 → 30/06/2017