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Reducing Foodborne Illness Across the Food Chain

 

Overview

The West Australian (WA) Department of Health is hosting a seminar for Australian Food Safety Week 2017 on Reducing Foodborne Illness Across the Food Chain.

The seminar will outline the roles and responsibilities of the different agencies involved in the management of foodborne illness across the food chain. Representatives from a range of organisations, including the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Murdoch University, the City of Vincent, OzFoodNet and the Department of Health Environmental Health and Communications Directorates will deliver presentations outlining their role in reducing foodborne illness, covering the management of foodborne illness throughout the food chain including primary food production, food service and food safety at home.

The seminar is open to Local Government environmental health officers, government and food industry stakeholders who have a role to reduce foodborne illness.

There is no cost to attend the event, but please note registration is essential. You can register using the form in the links below.

Contacts

Food Unit
Department of Health, Western Australia
Ph: (08) 9388 4999
Email: foodunit@health.wa.gov.au

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Last updated: 18 October 2017
 
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