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Posted 05 August 2019 - 07:29 PM

How to conduct a risk assessment


Start Time: 14.18 PM London, 9.18 AM New York


Chris Domenico, Territory Manager, North America, Safefood 360º


A risk assessment model is the model used to determine the significance of hazards present in products, such as salmonella in chicken products.
By estimating the probability that the hazard will be present in the product by the severity of impact on the consumer if exposed and multiplying these two values the Risk can be estimated.  This session will present how to create an effective Risk Assessment model that can be used in Supplier and Product assessment process.

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