FSSAI-CHIFSS

FSSAI – CHIFSS collaboration on Food Safety Sciences

FSSAI has joined hands with CHIFSS (CII-HUL Initiative on Food Safety Sciences) with the purpose of driving activities related to science based food safety in the country, to strengthen protection of consumers and create an innovative environment for the industry.   This pioneering partnership plans to promote collaborations between Industry, Scientific Community, Academia, Key Opinion Formers and Domain Experts with FSSAI to co-produce food safety as a shared responsibility.  

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between FSSAI and CHIFSS on 24th June, 2016 on the occasion of the launch of the CHIFSS.  This pioneering initiative will drive and disseminate food safety on science based risk analysis in India and work towards improving food safety through fact and data based technical briefs, FSMS guidance documents and on-line training programs.

  1. Activities undertaken till March 2018:
  1. Delivery of FSMS guidance document for different kinds of business including bakery, edible oils, ice-cream, ghee, jams and buffalo meat.
  2. Developed training manuals for the FSMS implementation in the bakery sector.
  3. Organized 3 FSSAI-CHIFSS Public Lectures on food safety by noted experts in the field.
  4. Organized 1 Master Class on “Sampling for Determination of Food Safety Elements Thresholds in National and International Regulations”.
  5. Organized 1 Technical Workshop on “Importance and Application of Quantitative Microbiology and Microbiological Risk Assessment for Effective Food Safety Management”.
  6. Organized 1 Technical Workshop on “ Development and Implementation of Food Safety Management System”.

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CHIFSS website  http://www.chifss.in/

Events:  Technical Workshops

PAST SERIES

FSSAI - CHIFSS Roundtable on “Reducing Foodborne Illness: Strengthening Surveillance Capabilities and Epidemiological investigations” Supported By- American Society for Microbiology dated  27th April’2018 at FSSAI,  FDA Bhawan, FDA Bhawan, Kotla Road, New Delhi-110002.

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FSSAI-CHIFSS-NIFTEM Technical Workshop on “ Development and Implementation of Food Safety Management System ” on 21st-22nd Feb. 2018 and 27th-28th Feb. 2018 for NIFTEM students.

Venue: NIFTEM, Plot No. 97, Sector 56, HSIIDC Industrial Estate, Kundli, Sonipat, Haryana 131028

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FSSAI-CHIFSS Technical Workshop on "Importance and Application of Quantitative Microbiological Risk Assessment for Effective Food Safety Management"was held on dated 6th December 2017 at FSSAI, FDA Bhavan, Kotla Road, New Delhi.

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Events:  Public lecture series

LATEST SERIES
FSSAI-CHIFSS FOURTH PUBLIC LECTURE ON ‘REDUCING BURDEN OF FOOD-BORNE ILLNESSES: LESSONS FROM OTHER COUNTRIES   

 

PAST SERIES
FSSAI-CHIFSS THIRD PUBLIC LECTURE ON ‘INTEGRATED PREDICTIVE MODELS AND SENSORS IN FOOD SUPPLY CHAINS TO ENHANCE FOOD SAFETY’

Video (Link) - https://youtu.be/vR5u3qVgzlY

 

PHOTO GALLAERY : http://www.chifss.in/gallery.html

FSSAI-CHIFSS FOURTH PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES

FSSAI-CHIFSS FOURTH PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES ON REDUCING BURDEN OF FOOD-BORNE ILLNESSES: LESSONS FROM OTHER COUNTRIES

Date: Friday, 22nd September 2017, Time: 1430 Hrs
Venue: Hall Jacaranda, India Habitat, Centre, New Delhi

BY: Dr Henk Bekedam
WHO Representative to India

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

  •   Food Industry Professionals
  •   Consultants
  •   Enforcement Officers
  •   NGOs
  •   Microbiologists
  •   Food Safety Students/Researchers/Academicians and Consumers

BENEFITS:

  • Understanding the Root causes of Food Borne Illness
  • Learn from Global Best Practices on Addressing Food Borne Illness
  • Obtain insights from Domain Experts
  • Capture Inputs for Evolving the Indian Roadmap
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