by BFFF
Mar 28th, 2017
2 mins
BFFF

STEC and food safety: Campden BRI seminar

Shiga-toxin-producing Escherichia. coli (STEC) have become a key area of concern for the food industry, with incidences associated with the ‘Big 6’ serotypes now being reported. Interventions to control this situation are important. The Food Standards Agency has produced a new revised guidance document to assist with this.

A Campden BRI seminar (see www.campdenbri.co.uk/stec-food-safety-review.php), to be held on 12 May, will feature presentations from the FSA, Public Health England and other professional bodies; it will include:

  • Overview of surveillance, outbreaks and recent developments
  • Methods – ISO method and interpretation
  • RELU E. coli O157 project (reducing risk in rural communities)
  • A manufacturer’s response to STEC
  • FSA O157 guidance document explained
  • Alternative methods effective in controlling the risk of E. coli O157

Further details on the event, including sponsorship options, are available from Daphne Llewellyn Davies – +44(0)1386 842040 daphne.davies@campdenbri.co.uk

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