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National Food Safety Information Service of Korea's Presentation for the WHO & FAO November 2012
 

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A presentation I was asked to help prepare for a conference attended by the WHO and FAO held in November 2012. The purpose was to introduce the NFSI's (National Food Safety Information Service of ...

A presentation I was asked to help prepare for a conference attended by the WHO and FAO held in November 2012. The purpose was to introduce the NFSI's (National Food Safety Information Service of Korea) services and role in supporting the KFDA (Korea Food and Drug Administration).

At the end is a video of the NFSI's food safety monitoring and collecting team introducing themselves in a number of different languages. That video can be viewed at http://youtu.be/YFTzWz1q58E

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    National Food Safety Information Service of Korea's Presentation for the WHO & FAO November 2012 National Food Safety Information Service of Korea's Presentation for the WHO & FAO November 2012 Presentation Transcript

    • NFSI and SupportCollaboration & KFDADr. Eun Sook Moon
    • Management &Communication SupportKorean Food Control SystemPhoto by coelancanths
    • Supports the KFDA’s...Emergency Response& Prevention Objectives
    • Two critical pillar functions... Food Traceability& Information System
    • Today...Information System Which performs...
    • Four FunctionsMonitoring Collecting Database & Sharing Data Analysis24/7 & 365 Days/Year
    • 1 Monitoring We’re always watching
    • Quality & FocusSources of food safety related informationGovernment Laboratories Government NGOs News Agencies
    • Typesof food safety related informationNon-Compliances Incidents Regulation Consumer& Recalls Changes Complaints
    • 48 Countries Korean, English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, ChinesePhoto%by%Nasa
    • 2 Collecting
    • 63,000+Pieces of information2009 Food Safety Only 1,292 per month Photo by avlxyz
    • Comprehensive DataBut it needs to be sorted1,292 pieces of Standardized Sortinginformation per month System
    • 3 Database & Data Analysis
    • Database or something in the water?
    • Everything collected becomesUsable Data 10 Specific Types 5 Core Data Types
    • 1 Statistics Ratio 1 Half 2012 Causes of Non-Compliance stFood Additives Non-Pathogenic M/O Residual Pesticides Allergen Pathogenic M/O Asia Europe
    • Carbendazim 2 MethomylAcetamiprid Dimethoate Trends Residual Pesticides Omethoate TriazophosChlorpyrifos 2010Chlormequat 2011 Oxamyl
    • 2015 2012 2009It’s growingDatabase continuously accumulates more data
    • 3 & 4 Signals & Traceability MFS (MCPD Forming Substance) in DAG Vegetable Oil 1 Signal: NFSI Monitored Japanese Safety/Evaluation August 2009 2 Signal: NFSI Monitored Japanese Ban & Withdrawal September 2009 3 Traceability: NFSI Traced European MFS Warnings 12/07, 03/08 & 06/09 4 Action: KFDA Issued Voluntary Recall September 2009 5 Action: KFDA Issued Voluntary Recall September 2009
    • 5 Comparisons Regulations, Standards, Best Practices Food Category CODEX China Japan EU Canada Baby Foods 1 1 1 Dairy Products 2.6 1 20 1Liquid Foodstuffs 1 20 10 Plutonimum 239 Acceptable Criteria (Bq/kg food)
    • Extras Year Country Region Hazard Food ItemsAdditional data types tosupport KFDA andglobal partners
    • 4 Sharing
    • Takes highest priority
    • 3 Specifics In sharing with KFDA 1 Real Time 2 Custom Reports 3 Emergency Support System Regional & Global Networks
    • Real Time 6-8amCheck News Globally Nationally
    • Real Time 9am Monitoring Priority List Update System 48 Countries
    • Real Time 11am-2pm Supporting & collecting additional information as requested
    • Opencommunication withthroughout the day
    • Real Time2-4pmOrganize Information Into Reports
    • Sample On DemandCustom Reports forThe Method of Examination on Bacterial Countfor Food Microbiology DivisionCurrent State of Incompliant Imported Foodfor Risk Information DivisionCurrent State of Food Safety Control RelatedPolicies in Overseas Countriesfor Food Safety Policy Division
    • Real Time 4-6pm Researchers High Priority Daily Report Roundtable Report & Task List Meeting
    • Real Time 6-8pm Email daily Update three newsletter to websites with stakeholders latest info
    • Emergency SupportSystemUsing SMS to Communicate with KFDA Recipients Sender Message
    • Actively creatingRegional &Global NetworksAcross Asia-Pacific
    • For Example
    • Food Safety Institute ofChinese Academy ofInspection and QuarantineMOU 2010 Info Exchange Communication & Relationships
    • SummaryFour Functions of NFSIReal Time 24/7 and 365 Days a YearRegionally & Globally
    • Technology & HumanCollaborationDrive Our Success
    • Staff Video
    • Thank YouDr. Eun Sook Moonwww.foodinfo.or.kr | nfsi@foodinfo.or.kr | 82.02.744.8200