Benchmarking World Food Safety Performance

The Conference Board of Canada, November 21, 2014
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The Conference Board recently released a report that identifies and evaluates common elements among global food safety systems. The 2014 World Ranking Food Safety Performance report provides an overall world ranking of food safety performance in 2014 for 17 Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries illustrated by 10 indicators organizations across three food safety risk governance domains: assessment, management and communication.

During this 60-minute recording you will hear why benchmarking is essential not only to help monitor ongoing food safety performance but also to inform continued food safety system design, adoption, and implementation towards more efficient and effective food safety preparedness, responsiveness, and accountability.

Webinar Highlights

This webinar explains why Canada and Ireland enjoy very high food safety standards and earned excellent grades relative to their peers.

Global comparative food safety ranking studies are rare. Food safety stakeholders from around the world also want to know if their food safety systems are performing well. Hear more about where countries can improve their performance.

About Jean-Charles

Dr. Jean-Charles Le Vallée is a Senior Research Associate with the Centre for Food in Canada at The Conference Board. Dr. Le Vallée's research focuses on food, including recent work on a Canadian Food Strategy, food safety, private and public food standards, the viability of the Canadian food economy, food system performance metrics, food sustainability, produce consumption and marketing, agricultural labour markets, and on the Canadian fisheries and aquaculture sector.

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