The National Academies issued a report on initial surveillance of in-commerce businesses by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). FSIS requested feedback on its proposed process for priority-setting for followup surveillance in cases in which initial surveillance did not lead to an investigation or enforcement action.
Review of the Methodology Proposed by the Food Safety and Inspection Service for Followup Surveillance of In-Commerce Businesses is the result of that request. The report reviews and comments on the assumptions, risk factors, and methodology FSIS proposes to use to prioritize followup surveillance at in-commerce business with prior surveillance history.
Table of Contents
|APPENDIX A Statement of Task||16-16|
|APPENDIX B Meeting Agenda||17-17|
|APPENDIX C Presentations by Donald Anderson and Matthew Gonzales of FSIS||18-29|
|APPENDIX D An Example of a Stepwise Decision Process||30-30|
|APPENDIX E Draft of a Modified Stepwise Decision Process Suggested by FSIS||31-31|
|APPENDIX F Questions from FSIS Directive 8010.1, Revision 2,||32-33|
|APPENDIX G (From FSIS Directive 8010.1, Revision 2)||34-34|
|APPENDIX H Committee Biographies||35-37|
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