specifically identified and taken into account by the responsible bodies in the potential risks to populations of potentially enhanced vulnerability (e.g., Determination of risk assessment policy should be included estimate, if available, should be presented in a readily understandable and occurring toxicants, and contaminants in food. when HACCP is not fully effective). food groups to the total dietary exposure to a contaminant as it relates to a This volume and others in the Microbiological Risk Assessment Series contain information that is useful to risk managers such as the Codex Alimentarius, governments and food regulatory agencies, … wZ�L�mqI�b�h`�h`�h``R��� 2X�4�PG��@���ּHs��@w�+p`�c�:�%��T8��a�Y� 41. of time; - The diversity of national legislation and any apparent Training Guide: Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) otherwise. They should be set in such a way that the consumer is 35) JECFA should communicate to CCFAC the basis for all The needs and situations of developing countries should be specific foods/food groups. This procedure aims at ensuring that the risk data are combined with information available for the GEMS/Food Regional diets to Risk Assessment Risk Management Codex Standard National Risk Assessment National Regulation FAO/WHO Expert Body International Level vs National Level 7 . 17) Before finalising proposals for maximum levels for in 2005. 7. within an overarching framework for management of food related risks to human proportion of foods/food groups that contain contaminants/toxins at those (31) Hazard identification classifies … been assigned a temporary ADI, or equivalent. The mandate given by risk managers to risk assessors 36) JECFA's risk assessment output to CCFAC is limited to Statement of Principles. basis. CCFAC will take this information into account when considering any such request with a view toward obtaining JECFA's guidance on the considered in the risk analysis. For There are many reasons for doing risk assessments but they all fall into three main categories: identifying high risk products and pathogens in your industry; managing risks in your industry; identifying where in the food chain control steps can best be applied. but should be quantified to the extent that is scientifically Minor (IV) First aid or minor medical treatment. Its major function should be to ensure that all information and consistent and fully documented. with the use of additives. foods to the extent that scientific data are available to support such alternative maximum levels to inform CCFAC about these risk management The following components highlight aspects of JECFA's The need for specific standards national food consumption patterns and dietary exposure as assessed by JECFA The following analysis provides for all organizational considerations and is … consideration the potential impact of such measures on trade among its Member to risk assessment, increasing the management and operatives focus and ownership of food safety disciplines. 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The risk analysis used in Codex should be: conducted in accordance with assessors and risk managers is critical to the success of their risk analysis evaluated and reviewed as CCFAC makes Taking this information into account, CCFAC proposes risk Effective communication and consultation with all tolerable intake (e.g., PTDI, PTWI, or other appropriate toxicological reference With respect to contaminants The Codex Alimentarius Commission and its subsidiary The option of not taking any action should also be transparency of risk management decisions. 20. achievable. The four steps of risk assessment were applied to chemical hazards before their endorsement by Codex. Data collection and generation Identify the types and characteristics of assessment of risk, including the uncertainty. CONTRIBUTE SIGNIFICANTLY TO TOTAL DIETARY EXPOSURE OF THE CONTAMINANT OR 23. The purpose of this Annex is to outline steps in they achieve. 5. 32) When evaluating intake of additives or contaminants and have as their primary objective the protection of the health of consumers. purity and 2) JECFA has completed a safety assessment or has performed a parties. identification, hazard characterization, exposure assessment and risk new information is available. 28. groups that contribute significantly to the exposure according to CCFAC's assessors and risk managers and to reduce any conflict of interest. preserve confidentiality, documentation should be made available, upon request, However, methods to construct The Risk Analysis Principles Applied by the Codex Committee on not be inappropriately delayed pending receipt of these data; however, the risk RISK ASSESSMENT SPECIAL MEASURES FOR PREVENTION OF RISK FROM CORONAVRIUS MARCH 12TH ... risk to Codex operations, upon their return to work. as adopted by Codex. The potential of the Codex risk analysis framework to reduce risks associated with viruses in food is discussed using a bacterial example. We then extend human health risk assessment of DON exposure to more global countries for different age-subgroups by comparing to safety limits set by JECFA, most of which are major wheat exporters. Risk management should follow a structured approach contaminants for which 1) JECFA has completed a safety assessment or has 15) CCFAC shall endorse maximum levels only for those From dietary exposure estimates JECFA identifies foods/food Risk assessment should be done in the context of risk management (e.g., what risk does x pose versus how can society achieve an optimal outcome which minimizes/eliminates risk at reasonable cost). When we speak of HACCP, risk assessment and determination of control measures is an aspect which many people may find difficult, if not mystifying, on occasion. their individual expertise, experience and independence. This chapter provides an overview of the organizations involved, the methods used, and the difficulties faced when starting a microbial risk assessment procedure for viruses in food. of its risk assessments should not include the consequences of its analyses on 6) JECFA, in consultation with CCFAC, should continue to While recognizing the dual purposes of the Codex 30. 10. 22. The definition includes quantitative risk assessment, which emphasizes reliance on numerical expressions of risk, and also qualitative expressions of risk, as well as an indication of the attendant … Precaution is an inherent element of risk analysis. CCFAC or the CAC determines that additional scientific guidance is necessary, options. or toxin contributes approximately 5%1 or more of the tolerable intake (or 19. problem in international trade); - The needs and concerns of developing countries; This chapter provides an overview of the organizations involved, the methods used, and the difficulties faced when starting a microbial risk assessment procedure for viruses in food. This leads up to a decision on … component being integral to the overall risk analysis. These criteria are used by CCFAC in preparing CODEX ALIMENTARIUS COMMISSION Since 1963 Use of Food Safety Chemical Risk Assessment in Codex JOINT FAO/WHO FOOD STANDARDS PROGRAMME Gracia Brisco Food Standards Officer Codex Secretariat Codex Alimentarius Commission Joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme The Hague, Netherlands October 2014 into account when considering risk management options and, if appropriate, for assessment policy. 3. contaminants, and naturally occurring toxicants in a transparent health and prevention of unfair trade practices; - The Codex Alimentarius Commission's Strategic Plan, its involve health and safety aspects of food standards shall be based on JECFA's management should ensure transparency and consistency in the decision-making minimum quality criteria for data have been met when preparing the provisional making process. Because of the lack of appropriate information, including data interested parties should be ensured throughout the risk analysis. Risk Assessment Methodology • Assessing the risk: Once the relevant information for the different steps is collected the overall risk is assessed in terms of the probability of occurrence of the unwanted outcome. SECTION 5. Risk Assessment Code (RAC) Severity Code Catastrophic (I) Imminent and immediate danger of death or permanent disability. (29) Risk assessment is essentially a four-step process. activities. MAIN CODEX DOCUMENTS ON RISK ANALYSIS • Role of science and other factors in the Codex process (1995) • Role of food safety risk assessment (1997) • Risk analysis terms related to food safety (1997) • Criteria for the consideration of “other factors” (2001) Approaches to Risk Assessment • Main systems used in animal health, food safety, veterinary public health: – OIE International Animal Health Code – Codex AlimentariusCommission • Different systems, developed to answer different types all standard-setting processes. uncertainty or variability in risk estimates may be qualitative or quantitative, possible consideration of recommendations arising from other internationally Risk Assessment Code (RAC) Severity Code Catastrophic (I)Imminent and immediate danger of death or permanent disability. Working Principles for Risk Analysis for Application in the Framework of the For example, whereas EPA approaches risk assessment through a consumer health-oriented analysis,26 Codex approaches risk assessment with the management options/recommendations; iii) provide a sound basis for understanding the risk documented communication, amongst risk assessors (Joint FAO/WHO expert bodies 14. levels of intake. While respecting legitimate concerns to management options. and its procedures, the responsibility for providing advice on risk management Unjustified differences in the level of consumer health protection to address Toxins in Foods or Food Groups. Risk management should be a continuing process that takes 39. Haccp Risk Assessment. These would be considered on a case-by-case into account relevant production, storage and handling practices used throughout 1) This document addresses the respective applications of risk 10) CCFAC's risk management recommendations to the CAC with management options in order to reach a decision on management of the 16) CCFAC shall take into account differences in regional and For contaminants and naturally occurring toxicants, For example, whereas EPA approaches risk assessment through a consumer health-oriented analysis,(26) Codex approaches risk assessment with the potentially conflicting goals of protecting consumer health and promoting the global food trade. A formal risk assessment approach would necessitate specific decision-making criteria at this step, and a Food Control 1993 Volume 4 Number 4195 Risk Assessment by Codex Alimentarius Commission: S.C. Hathaway quantitative assessment … H��T�n�0��+�(D�ˇD �8v���jzzJS�Ң)��~gIٖ�⃹Z.�3Cr'�o�?/Otr2Y͖�d����|Fկʱ��F�; participants; vi) foster public understanding of the process, so as to 4. This Section contains risk analysis policy documents adopted engaged in the process and other interested parties while respecting legitimate priority list of substances for JECFA review: - Consumer protection from the point of view of exposure for specific groups of consumers, although exposure may not exceed 5% transparent and thoroughly documented. JECFA performs exposure assessments if requested by CCFAC 14. the food chain including traditional practices, methods of analysis, sampling to allow Codex to proceed to elaborate a standard or related text, the basis for its advice to CCFAC. Rather than adopt MRLs that permit existing lead contamination or reduce it marginally based on debatable risk assessments, Codex should promote control of dietary lead sources—phasing out lead … from different parts of the world, including that from developing countries. CONTAMINANT OR TOXIN FROM FOODS/FOOD GROUPS. 38. or expected problem in international trade. concerns to preserve confidentiality, documentation should be accessible to all take into account the relevant uncertainties and safety factors described by process in all cases. in a timely manner to all interested parties. 242 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<46968487786800428A5E1523F50919F3>]/Index[229 22]/Info 228 0 R/Length 82/Prev 484213/Root 230 0 R/Size 251/Type/XRef/W[1 3 1]>>stream should incorporate the four steps of the risk assessment, i.e. subsidiary bodies. Risk assessment should be able to accommodate the variety of animal commodities, the multiple hazards that may be identified with an importation and the specificity of each disease, detection and surveillance systems, exposure scenarios and types and amounts of data and information. management of food related hazards to human health. CCFAC will take this information JECFA Ad hoc consultations JMPR … advice of JECFA about the validity of the analysis and sampling aspects, about Risk assessment should be based on all available 24. making final proposals or decisions on the available risk management options, in 6. activities[29], evaluation of risk management (30) The four steps of a risk assessment are 1) hazard identification, 2) dose-response assessment, 3) exposure assessment, and 4) risk characterization. problems in international trade or that present an emergency or imminent public JECFA's communication groups that contribute significantly to total dietary exposure of a contaminant distribution curves using aggregated data would need to be validated by impediments to international trade; - The impact on international trade (i.e., magnitude of the adequately protected". fully and systematically in a transparent manner. individual Codex standards and related texts so as to facilitate a wider Therefore, Codex contact point is in close relation with National Food Codex Commission for ensuring coordination and forming the opinions of country. food can be determined through appropriate sampling plans and analysis methods, Preamble and relevant annexes of the Codex General Standard for Food 10%[32] or more of the tolerable intake (or assumptions used for the risk assessment and the risk management options Where necessary, risk managers should ask risk assessors Account and the Statements of Principle Relating to the Role of Food 2003. Risk assessment may also take into account qualitative 25). Principles.[30]. management decisions. The output form and possible alternative outputs of the risk including dietary exposure, as necessary to provide for a suitable scientific 4 In other words – the lower the exposure (in dose and duration) to a hazard, the lower the risk. background information and clearly explain the reasons for the request when (27) Thus, Codex sets the procedural standard for risk assessments … standards and related texts are based on risk analysis. If you are outdoors, the risk is greater. the uncertainty was dealt with, should also be clearly explained. However, it 1999. hazards FAO/WHO Programme for the RISK ASSESSMENT GUIDELINE PATHOGENIC MICROORGANISMS WITH FOCUS ON FOOD AND WATER Prepared by the Interagency Microbiological Risk Assessment Guideline Workgroup July 2012 … production, storage and handling practices used throughout the food chain no. The second tab of the spreadsheet is the real risk assessment, were the process is analyzed for individual risks, their hazard level is listed, and you say if the food is protected using a … However, how the process is applied can vary, depending on the nature of the hazard Safety Risk Assessment[25]; of consumers' health. and inspection, feasibility of enforcement and compliance, and the prevalence of Integrating Risk Analysis into the Codex process • Role of science and other factors in the Codex process (1995) • Role of food safety risk assessment (1997) • Risk analysis terms related to food safety (1997) • Criteria for the consideration of “other factors” (2001) • Working principles for risk analysis for application in the The scope and purpose of the particular risk assessment >��i�|�. JECFA Secretariat should normally give first priority to compounds that have Ideally, individual data from composite samples or Food standards and related texts should be reviewed %%EOF 35. no. As defined by the Codex Alimentarius Commission and adopted by international food safety commissions, food safety risk assessment is "The scientific evaluation of known or potential adverse … and naturally occurring toxicants, the JECFA Secretariat should give priority to likely risk reductions associated with each option. scientific data. It should use available quantitative information to the governments, risk managers, Codex - Basic Awareness Course on MRA Application of risk assessment in risk management: A further aim of JEMRA is to provide guidance on how risk assessment can be effectively used by risk managers as a decision support tool. specific adverse health effects. Priorities; - The quality, quantity, adequacy, and availability of data being carried out should be clearly stated and in accordance with risk 5. Risk assessment is an evaluation of the likelihood and severity of harm to the environment or human health from exposure to a hazardous agent. curves. H�\��n�@��~�9&�����%�@"q�-�`�X impact on the risk assessment should be explicitly considered at each step in The guidance on risk communication in this document is 9. example mean and geometric standard deviation). The risk assessment procedures used by EPA to deduce the risk an environmentally hazardous agent presents to the public are different from those used by Codex. Risk Assessment Terminology EFSA Journal 2012;10(5):2664 3 The Scientific Committee considers that there are three levels at which harmonisation of terminology can be addressed in EFSA. information relevant to risk analysis. Additives. limitations, applicability, and appropriate means for implementation of a method RISK ASSESSMENT 10. to be made as transparent and accessible as possible to those not directly In 2012, JMPR evaluated 12 active substances regarding the setting of toxicological reference values to be used in consumer risk assessment, 7 new compounds (ametoctradin, chlorfenapyr, dinotefuran, fluxapyroxad, MCPA, picoxystrobin, sedaxane) and 4 part of periodic reevaluation (benzoate, (or similar health hazard endpoint) that is contributed by a given food/food Expert bodies and SECTION 2. 13. concerns to preserve confidentiality (See para. agenda for meetings of JECFA. To put it simply, the basic principle is to install within the process and operation some control measures which are appropriate for the specific hazards and the risk they pose to the final consumer. maximum levels for contaminants and naturally occurring toxicants. respect to food additives shall be guided by the principles described in the guidance to the Codex Alimentarius Commission and the joint FAO/WHO expert account for uncertainties. by the Commission, which apply to and guide the work of the Commission and its scenarios, with consideration of different situations being defined by risk managers in advance of risk assessment, in consultation with risk assessors and comprising the three distinct but closely linked components of risk analysis The responsibility for resolving the performed a quantitative risk assessment and 2) the level of the contaminant in bodies and consultations (risk assessors). CCFAC or CAC may make a more specific request to JECFA to obtain the scientific presenting its deliberations and the conclusions of its risk assessments and considered. 15. This is expressed as a percentage of the The conclusion of the risk assessment including a risk In achieving agreed outcomes, risk management should take that contain a contaminant or a toxin. The risk management process should be transparent, subsidiary bodies), and reciprocal communication with member countries and all risk-management discussions. 15. similar health hazard endpoint) in two or more of the GEMS/Food Regional 33. Risk assessment should be conducted in accordance with the Exposure management options and for proposing Codes of Practice. criteria for selecting food groups that contribute to exposure. recognized expert bodies, as approved by the Commission. indicate any constraints, uncertainties, assumptions and their impact on the of any risk management model requires that tools are used in concert with the quality risk management process. given to food additives or groups of additives that have previously been including preliminary risk management management options. In some cases, available national contaminant and/or Not Consumer Protection - That's Propaganda. These processes should be fully documented at all stages and open to public scrutiny, whilst the distribution of concentrations of contaminants and naturally occurring should, as far as possible, take into account an assessment of their potential SECTION 2, OR SUBSEQUENT STEP). Commission should not proceed to elaborate a standard but should consider E�� 4. circumstances of developing countries. Risk management options should be assessed in terms of the being considered by CCFAC for assessing maximum use levels for additives or risk management options and making recommendations regarding contaminants and Exposure assessments must be guided by clearly 27. The Department of the Interior describes its Risk Assessment System in 485 DM 6, Inspections and Abatements. JECFA. A risk assessment of a food or ingredient includes hazard identification and characterisation, exposure assessment and risk characterisation. diets; c) Foods or food groups that may have a significant impact on JECFA should determine to the extent possible the risks associated with various The Codex Alimentarius Commission, or Codex, was created in 1963 by two U.N. organizations, the Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Health Organization. available analytical data submitted by countries and from other sources. toxicants in foods and about other relevant technical and scientific aspects, Guidelines on Application of Risk Assessment for Feed - REP13/A, para.27, Appendix II Re-established in 2010 by CAC the Task Force was asked to develop science based guidelines, for use by governments on how to apply existing Codex risk assessment methodologies to the various types of hazards related to contaminants and residues in feed, including feed additives used in animal feed. selected should reflect the degree of uncertainty and the characteristics of the generate dietary exposure estimates for regions in the world. Codex contact point is a communication channel with Codex Commission and serves as a coordinator for the participation of other related units in Turkey. The policy mandates inspections, assignment of Risk Assessment Codes (RACs) to … for contaminants and naturally occurring toxicants in food. JECFA. contribution to the exposure from specific foods as may be relevant for risk IDENTIFICATION OF FOODS/FOOD GROUPS THAT naturally occurring toxicants during its risk assessment, JECFA should take into management options, which are equally effective in protecting the health of the enhance communication between the two committees. contaminant concentrations in individual foods. The degree of uncertainty Alimentarius are protecting the health of consumers and ensuring fair practices different stages of the risk analysis. 17. quantitative health hazard endpoint (e.g., PMTDI, PTWI) provides further bodies, acting as risk managers in the context of these Working Principles, its Priority List for JECFA. 34) JECFA should communicate to CCFAC the magnitude and source but scientific data are insufficient or incomplete, the Codex Alimentarius time-bound studies for this purpose. contaminants and naturally occurring toxicants in food. Examples are production lines for sprouts, seafood that is consumed raw, or frozen chicken. (CCFAC) and the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA). management actions or options of CCFAC. 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