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Plans and progress on the VITAL
Symposium, Workshop and Training Courses



Mateja Ambrožič and Peter Raspor


VITAL 3rd Annual Consortium Meeting

National Veterinary Research Institute, Pulawy,
Poland

12th
-
14th April 2010


WP7 Delivering impact

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Agenda


Structure of the meeting


Opening ceremony


1st Session: Viruses in food supply chains


2nd Session: Virus detection methods


3rd Session: Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains


4th Session: Risk assessment of viruses in food supply chains


5th Session: Food
-
borne virus control


Training course “Control of viruses in food supply chains”


Training course “Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains”


Workshop “Taking forward new development in monitoring
and control of viruses in food supply chains”


Financial structure

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Structure of the meeting
Version A


1st Day

Opening ceremony

2 Plenary lectures

2nd Day

1st Session:

Viruses in
food supply
chains

2nd Session:
Virus
detection
methods

3rd Session:
Monitoring
of viruses in
food supply
chains

Presentation
of VITAL
Guidance
Manuals

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Structure of the meeting
Version A

3rd Day


4th Session:

Risk assessment of viruses
in food supply chains

5th Session:

Food
-
borne virus control

Training course:



Control of Viruses in Food Supply Chains”


Training course
:



Monitoring of Viruses in Food Supply Chains”

4th Day

Workshop
:


Taking Forward New Developments in Monitoring and
Control of Viruses in Food Supply Chains


Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Structure of the meeting
Version B


1st Day

Opening ceremony

2 Plenary lectures

2nd Day

1st Session:

Viruses in
food supply
chains

2nd Session:
Virus
detection
methods

3rd Session:
Monitoring
of viruses in
food supply
chains

Presentation
of VITAL
Guidance
Manuals

Training course:



Control of Viruses in Food Supply Chains”

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Structure of the meeting
Version B

3rd Day


4th Session:

Risk assessment of viruses
in food supply chains

5th Session:

Food
-
borne virus control

Training course
:



Monitoring of Viruses in Food Supply Chains”

3rd Day

Workshop
:


Taking Forward New Developments in Monitoring and
Control of Viruses in Food Supply Chains


Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Agenda


Structure of the meeting


Opening ceremony


1st Session: Viruses in food supply chains


2nd Session: Virus detection methods


3rd Session: Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains


4th Session: Risk assessment of viruses in food supply chains


5th Session: Food
-
borne virus control


Training course “Control of viruses in food supply chains”


Training course “Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains”


Workshop “Taking forward new development in monitoring
and control of viruses in food supply chains”


Financial structure

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Opening ceremony
-
what is expected

Hour

1st Day Afternoon

Registration

Opening ceremony

(Raspor Peter, SI; Cook Nigel, UK)

17:30
-
18:15

Plenary lecture:

The impact of food
-
borne viruses on human
health in food supply chains

18:15
-
19:00

Plenary lecture:

Consumers understanding of food
-
borne
viruses

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Opening ceremony
-
who can answer?


Plenary lecture: The impact of food
-
borne viruses
on human health in food supply chains



Vinje Jan, USA


Title:
Foodborne viruses


Author(s): Koopmans M, von Bonsdorff CH, Vinje J, et al.

Source: FEMS MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS

Published: JUN 2002

Times Cited:
85



Title:
Noroviruses: A comprehensive review


Author(s): Patel MM, Hall AJ, Vinje J, et al.

Source: JOURNAL OF CLINICAL VIROLOGY

Published: JAN 2009

Times Cited:
13



Title:
Norovirus Illness Is a Global Problem: Emergence and Spread of
Norovirus GII.4 Variants, 2001
-
2007


Author(s): Siebenga JJ, Vennema H, Zheng DP, et al.

Source: JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES

Published: SEP 1 2009

Times Cited:
3


Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Opening ceremony
-
who can answer?

Plenary lecture: Consumers understanding of food
-
borne
viruses


Hulebak Karen (USA)
-

Chair of the Codex Alimentarius
Commission or


Havelar Aria (NL)
-

Member of EFSA
´
s Panel on Biological
Hazards


Title:
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) history and conceptual overview


Author(s): Hulebak KL, Schlosser W

Source: RISK ANALYSIS

Published: JUN 2002

Times Cited:
22



Title:
Risk
-
based standards for Campylobacter in the broiler meat chain


Author(s): Nauta MJ, Havelaar AH

Source: FOOD CONTROL

Published: APR 2008

Times Cited:
9


Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Agenda


Structure of the meeting


Opening ceremony


1st Session: Viruses in food supply chains


2nd Session: Virus detection methods


3rd Session: Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains


4th Session: Risk assessment of viruses in food supply chains


5th Session: Food
-
borne virus control


Training course “Control of viruses in food supply chains”


Training course “Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains”


Workshop “Taking forward new development in monitoring
and control of viruses in food supply chains”


Financial structure

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

1st Session:

Viruses in food supply chains
-

what is expected

Hour

8:30
-
10:15

2nd Day

Chairs: Chris Michiels (BE), Luc Peeters (BE)


30 min

Keynote speech: Future perspectives in food
chain analysis (Carl Henrik von Bonsdorff, FL)

20 min

Food safety issues in fresh produce production
(Tamas Petrovic, RS)

20 min

Food safety issues in animal origin produce (Ivo
Pavlik, CZ)

20 min

Codex Alimetarius principles for virus
management (de Boer, NL)

15 min

General Discussion / questions

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

1st Session:

Viruses in food supply chains
-

who can answer

Keynote speech: Future perspectives in food chain
analysis


Carl Henrik von Bonsdorff, FL


Title:
Detection Of Human Norovirus From Frozen Raspberries In A Cluster
Of Gastroenteritis Outbreaks


Author(s): Maunula L, Roivainen M, Keranen M, et al.

Source: EUROSURVEILLANCE

Published: DEC 10 2009

Times Cited: 0


Title:
Analysis of integrated virological and epidemiological reports of
norovirus outbreaks collected within the Foodborne Viruses in Europe Network
from 1 July 2001 to 30 June 2006


Author(s): Kroneman A, Verhoef L, Harris J, et al.

Source: JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY

Published: SEP 2008

Times Cited:
12



Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Agenda


Structure of the meeting


Opening ceremony


1st Session: Viruses in food supply chains


2nd Session: Virus detection methods


3rd Session: Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains


4th Session: Risk assessment of viruses in food supply chains


5th Session: Food
-
borne virus control


Training course “Control of viruses in food supply chains”


Training course “Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains”


Workshop “Taking forward new development in monitoring
and control of viruses in food supply chains”



Financial structure

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

2nd Session:

Virus detection methods
-

what is expected

Hour:

10:45
-
12:30

2nd Day


Chairs: Flemming Hansen (DK), Malcom Banks(UK)


30 min

Keynote speech: Challenges in virus detection
(Podgornik Aleš, SI)

20 min


Concepts of methods development:
in vivo
vs.

in vitro

(Rosina Girones, ES)

20 min



SOP as methodological tool in virus detection
(David Rodriguez
-
Lazaro, ES)

20 min

Robustness of VITAL methods (Martin
D
´
Agostino, UK)

15 min


General Discussion / questions

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

2nd Session:

Virus detection methods
-
who can answer

Keynote speech: Challenges in virus detection


Podgornik Aleš, SI



Title:
Fast and efficient separation of immunoglobulin M from immunoglobulin
G using short monolithic columns


Author(s): Brne P, Podgornik A, Bencina K, et al.

Source: JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A

Published: MAR 9 2007

Times Cited:
11



Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Agenda


General information


Structure of the meeting


Opening ceremony


1st Session: Viruses in food supply chains


2nd Session: Virus detection methods


3rd Session: Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains


4th Session: Risk assessment of viruses in food supply chains


5th Session: Food
-
borne virus control


Training course “Control of viruses in food supply chains”


Training course “Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains”


Workshop “Taking forward new development in monitoring
and control of viruses in food supply chains”


Financial structure

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

3rd Session: Monitoring of viruses in food supply
chains
-

what is expected

Hour

16:00
-
17:30

2nd Day

Chairs: Clive Thompson (UK), Ivan Psikal (CZ)


30 min

Keynote Speech: Challenges in Virus Monitoring
(Franco Ruggeri, IT)

20 min

Detection of viruses in primary production

(Wim van der Poel, NL)

20 min

Detection of viruses in food processing

(Leena Maunula, FL)

20 min

Detection of Viruses at point of sale

(Artur Rzezutka, PL)


Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

3rd Session: Monitoring of viruses in food supply
chains
-
who can answer

Keynote Speech: Challenges in Virus Monitoring


Franco Ruggeri, IT


Title:
Massive outbreak of viral gastroenteritis associated with consumption of
municipal drinking water in a European capital city


Author(s): Werber D, Lausevic D, Mugosa B, et al.

Source: EPIDEMIOLOGY AND INFECTION

Published: DEC 2009

Times Cited: 0


Title:
Waterborne outbreak of Norwalk
-
like virus gastroenteritis at a tourist
resort, Italy


Author(s): Boccia D, Tozzi AE, Cotter B, et al.

Source: EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES

Published: JUN 2002

Times Cited:
48


Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

VITAL Guidance manuals

Hour:

17:30
-
18:00

2nd Day

Presentation of VITAL Guidance Manuals (Peter Raspor, Sl)

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Agenda


General information


Structure of the meeting


Opening ceremony


1st Session: Viruses in food supply chains


2nd Session: Virus detection methods


3rd Session: Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains


4th Session: Risk assessment of viruses in food supply chains


5th Session: Food
-
borne virus control


Training course “Control of viruses in food supply chains”


Training course “Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains”


Workshop “Taking forward new development in monitoring
and control of viruses in food supply chains”


Financial structure

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

4th Session: Risk assessment of viruses in food
supply chains
-

what is expected

Hour:

8:30
-
10:15

3rd Day


Chairs: Sava Lazic (RS), Jan Vinje (USA)


Version A

30 min

Keynote speech: Challenges in risk assessment in
Europe (Aria Havelaar, NL)


20 min

Principles of viral risk analysis (Dario De Medici,
IT)

20 min

Qualitative viral risk analysis (case HACCP) (Rita
Moloney, IE)

20 min

Development and validation of the VITAL Code of
Good Practice for the food industry (Mateja
Ambrozic, SI)


15 min

General Discussion / questions


Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

4th Session: Risk assessment of viruses in food
supply chains
-

what is expected

Hour:

8:30
-
10:15

3rd Day


Chairs: Sava Lazic (RS), Jan Vinje (USA)


Version B

30 min

Keynote speech: Challenges in risk assessment in
Europe (Aria Havelaar, NL)


20 min

Risk assessment of viruses in primary production

20 min

Risk assessment of viruses in processing

20 min

Risk assessment of viruses at point of sale

15 min

General Discussion / questions


Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

4th Session: Risk assessment of viruses in food
supply chains
-
who can answer

Keynote speech: Challenges in risk assessment in
Europe


Aria Havelaar, NL


Title:
A risk assessment model for Campylobacter in broiler meat


Author(s): Nauta MJ, Jacobs
-
Reitsma WF, Havelaar AH

Source: RISK ANALYSIS

Published: AUG 2007

Times Cited:
19


Title:
EFSA's 12th Scientific Colloquium
-

Assessing health benefits of
controlling Campylobacter in the food chain


Author(s): Bronzwaer S, Hugas M, Collins JD, et al.

Source: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD
MICROBIOLOGY

Published: MAY 31 2009

Times Cited: 0

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

4th Session: Risk assessment of viruses in food
supply chains
-

what is expected

Hour:

10:45
-
12:30

3rd Day

Chairs: Sava Lazic (RS), Jan Vinje (USA)


20 min

A Modular Risk Process Model for Foodborne
Viruses (Saskia Rutjes, NL)

20 min

Data gap analysis for foodborne virus risk
assessment (Ana Maria de Roda Husman, NL)

20 min

New tools for data analysis (Martijn Bouwknegt,
NL)

45 min

Speeches selected from abstracts


Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Agenda


General information


Structure of the meeting


Opening ceremony


1st Session: Viruses in food supply chains


2nd Session: Virus detection methods


3rd Session: Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains


4th Session: Risk assessment of viruses in food supply chains


5th Session: Food
-
borne virus control


Training course “Control of viruses in food supply chains”


Training course “Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains”


Workshop “Taking forward new development in monitoring
and control of viruses in food supply chains”


Financial structure

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

5th Session:

Foodborne viruses control
-

what is expected

Hour

13:45


15:30

3rd Day

Chairs:

Peter Wyn Jones (UK), C
a
rl
-
Henrik von Bonsdorff (FL)

30 min

Keynote speech: Challenges in food borne
viruses elimination (
Nina Chanishvili, GE
)


20 min

Vaccination of pigs against HEV (Jeannete van
der Goot,

NL

)


15 min

Survival and elimination of adenovirus as an
indicator (Anna Carratala)

15 min

Survival and elimination of norovirus (Katherina
Verhaelen)

15 min

Survival and elimination of hepatitis E virus
(Alessandra Berto)

10 min

General Discussion / questions


Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

5th Session:

Foodborne viruses control
-
who can answer

Keynote speech: Challenges in food borne viruses
elimination


Nina Chanishvili, GE


Title:
Digitized fluorescent RFLP analysis (fRFLP) as a universal method for
comparing genomes of culturable dsDNA viruses: application to bacteriophages


Author(s): Merabishvili M, Verhelst R, Glonti T, et al.

Source: RESEARCH IN MICROBIOLOGY

Published: SEP 2007

Times Cited:
4



Title:
Differential scanning calorimetry and hydrodynamic study of bacterial
viruses. Effect of solution conditions


Author(s): Mrevlishvili GM, Sottomayor MJ, Ribeiro da Silva MAV, et al.

Source: JOURNAL OF THERMAL ANALYSIS AND CALORIMETRY

Published:
2001

Times Cited:
4



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-
lj.si/

5th Session:

Foodborne viruses control
-

what is expected

Hour

16:00


17:30

3rd Day

Chairs:

Peter Wyn Jones (UK), C
a
rl
-
Henrik von Bonsdorff (FL)

Speeches selected from abstracts

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lj.si/

VITAL Women in science prize

Hour

17:30


18:00

3rd Day

Presentation of the VITAL Women in Science prize (Marta
Hernandez, ES)

VITAL Women in Science Prize Lecture (winner)


Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Agenda


General information


Structure of the meeting


Opening ceremony


1st Session: Viruses in food supply chains


2nd Session: Virus detection methods


3rd Session: Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains


4th Session: Risk assessment of viruses in food supply chains


5th Session: Food
-
borne virus control


Training course “Control of viruses in food supply chains”


Training course “Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains”


Workshop “Taking forward new development in monitoring
and control of viruses in food supply chains”


Financial structure

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Training course:

Control of viruses in food supply chains

This one
-
day course will focus on the integrated
management systems which VITAL will recommend
to the food industry. The course will be targeted
towards risk managers, and provide information
about virus hazards, and appropriate HACCP.


The course should begin with a 30 minute general
presentation on food
-
borne viruses, but the rest of
the content must be decided by Professors Raspor
and Willems.

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
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Training course:

Control of viruses in food supply chains
-

what is
expected

Hour

3rd Day

Chairs: Peter Raspor, (SI),Apostolos Vantarakis (GR)

8:30
-
10:15

30 min



20 min


20 min



20 min


15 min



European food industry: How much it suffer
from microbial/viral contamination? (ie a. Luc
Peeters, BE; b. Tatajana Zagorc, SI;
Chamber of commerce)

Review of relevant food and water viruses (Sava
Lazic, RS)

Critical review of critical control points for
food contamination with viruses (Kris
Willems, BE)

Methods for virus prevention and elimination
(Marta Hernandez, ES)

General Discussion / questions


Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
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lj.si/

Training course:

Control of viruses in food supply chains
-

what is
expected

Hour

3rd Day

Chairs: Peter Raspor, (SI),Apostolos Vantarakis (GR)

10:45
-

12:30

Management

principles arising from

VITAL
Guidance Manuals
(Peter Raspor, SI)

13:45
-
15:30

Case study in groups (max.
?

people in group):


animal food supply chain
s

(animal food supply
chains data gathering teams
-

i.e. Ivo Pavlik/
Franco Ruggeri/ David Rodriguez
-
Lazaro
teams)



plant food supply chain
s
(plant food supply
chains data gathering teams
-

i.e. Tamas
Petrovic/ Artur Rzezutka/ Apostolos
Vantarakis/ Ivo Pavlik/ Leena Maunula teams)


16:00
-
17:30

Reporting of working in groups and discussion


Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Agenda


General information


Structure of the meeting


Opening ceremony


1st Session: Viruses in food supply chains


2nd Session: Virus detection methods


3rd Session: Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains


4th Session: Risk assessment of viruses in food supply chains


5th Session: Food
-
borne virus control


Training course “Control of viruses in food supply chains”


Training course “Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains”


Workshop “Taking forward new development in monitoring
and control of viruses in food supply chains”


Financial structure

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Training course: Monitoring of viruses in food
supply chains

This one
-
day course will be organized for training analysts who were
not part of VITAL, in the principles of integrated monitoring and risk
analysis which VITAL will formulate. Participants will be trained how
to implement monitoring if and when it is necessary, and also in the
way they can transfer this knowledge to colleagues in their countries.
This course can therefore be seen as a “training the trainers” course,
and will play an important role in disseminating VITAL’s outcomes.


Morning


Course should begin with an overview of the COGP, to show the
situations where monitoring will be necessary, and how to identify the
sources and routes of contamination.


Then a section concerning the actual monitoring of the identified
critical points will follow. This should include a demonstration (video?)
of the sampling and detection methods,. This section could be
delivered by 2


3 people from the data
-
gathering laboratories.

Afternoon


This should take the form of a training course in the VITAL data
analysis tools, using examples from the project. This course could be
delivered by RIVM team.

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Training course: Monitoring of viruses in food
supply chains
-

what is expected

Hour

3rd Day

Chairs: Kris Willems, BE; Ana Maria de Roda Husman, NL


8:30
-
10:15


Overview of Guidance Manuals (Mateja
Ambrozic, SI)


Definition of food supply chains with
introduction to critical control points based on
results of project VITAL (
Rita Moloney
,
I
E)


Risk Assessment (Jack Schijven, NL)


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Training course: Monitoring of viruses in food
supply chains
-

what is expected

Hour

3rd Day

10:45
-
12:30


Review of current methods for virus detection
(David Rodriguez
-
Lazaro, ES)


Monitoring of identified critical points (data
gathering teams)

13:45
-
15:30

VITAL data analysis tools (RIVM team)


16:00
-
17:30

Reporting of working in groups and discussion


Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Agenda


General information


Structure of the meeting


Opening ceremony


1st Session: Viruses in food supply chains


2nd Session: Virus detection methods


3rd Session: Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains


4th Session: Risk assessment of viruses in food supply chains


5th Session: Food
-
borne virus control


Training course “Control of viruses in food supply chains”


Training course “Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains”


Workshop “Taking forward new development in monitoring
and control of viruses in food supply chains”


Financial structure

Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
-
lj.si/

Workshop:

Taking Forward New Developments in Monitoring
and Control of Viruses in Food Supply Chains

This workshop will be an excellent opportunity for
interested parties, especially regulators,
representatives of national and international bodies
(e.g. EFSA, WHO, WTO), and members of the food
industry, to discuss how the outcomes of VITAL will
be integrated into food safety practices and
regulations. Also invitations will be sent to scientific
officers in Ministries of Food and Agriculture of all
European countries. The aim of the workshop is to
bring closer the scientists (virologists) with officials
as well as industries in order to discuss the
outcomes of the project and the role of viruses in
food quality and public health. A specific section
within the workshop will be devoted to regulatory
issues.


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Workshop:

Taking Forward New Developments in Monitoring
and Control of Viruses in Food Supply Chains
-
what
is expected

Hour

4th Day

Chairs: Nigel Cook (UK), Peter Raspor (SI)


9:00
-
10:00

Registration


10:00
-
10:15

Relevance
of the VITAL project for efficient
virus management in food supply chain by
Nigel Cook

UK


10:15
-
10:45

The view of EFSA on monitoring and control
of viruses in food supply chains by
Catherine
Geslain
-
Lanéelle

or by
John Daniel Collins
,
Chair of

Biological hazards

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Workshop:

Taking Forward New Developments in Monitoring
and Control of Viruses in Food Supply Chains
-
what
is expected

Hour

4th Day

Chairs: Nigel Cook (UK), Peter Raspor (SI)


10:45
-
11:15

The view of Codex Alimentarius Commission on
monitoring and control of viruses in food
supply chains by SI representative
Bla
ž
a
Nahtigal
, or by
Dr
Emilio ESTEBAN
chair
FAO/WHO committee CODEX COMMITTEE
ON FOOD HYGIENE


11:15
-
11:45

The view of FDA on monitoring and control of
viruses in food supply chainschains by
Camille
E. Brewer
, Office of the Commissioner office
of foods, Center for Food Safety and Applied
Nutrition, International Affairs Staff


11:45
-
12:45

Lunch

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Workshop:

Taking Forward New Developments in Monitoring
and Control of Viruses in Food Supply Chains
-
what
is expected

Hour

4th Day

Chairs: Nigel Cook (UK), Peter Raspor (SI)


12:45
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13:05


Outcomes of the VITAL project for efficient
virus management in food supply chain: case
production (Wim van der Poel)


13:05
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13:25


Outcomes of the VITAL project for efficient
virus management in food supply chain: case
processing (Leena Maunula)


13:25
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13:45


Outcomes of the VITAL project for efficient
virus management in food supply chain: case point
of sale (Artur Rzezutka)


13:45
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14:05


Outcomes of the VITAL project for efficient
virus management in food supply chain: case data
analysis (Ana
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Maria de Roda Husman)


Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana
http://www.bf.uni
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lj.si/

Workshop:

Taking Forward New Developments in Monitoring
and Control of Viruses in Food Supply Chains
-
what
is expected

Hour

4th Day

Chairs: Nigel Cook (UK), Peter Raspor (SI)


14:05
-
14:25


Outcomes of the VITAL project for efficient
virus management in food supply chain: case
control measures (Kris Willems)


14:25
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14:45


Outcomes of the VITAL project for efficient
virus management in food supply chain: case
delivering impact (Apostolos Vantarakis)


14:45
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15:15


Break


14:45
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16:00


Discussion: Should viruses be included in food
safety regulations?

(
moderators
: Peter Raspor, Nigel Cook)


16:00

Closing of the Workshop.


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Summary of lecturers by country

Country

No of lecturers

UK

6

FL

2

IT

2

USA

2

NL

8

BE

3

IE

1

SL

5

CZ

2

PL

1

ES

4

RS

2

DK

1

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Agenda


General information


Structure of the meeting


Opening ceremony


1st Session: Viruses in food supply chains


2nd Session: Virus detection methods


3rd Session: Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains


4th Session: Risk assessment of viruses in food supply chains


5th Session: Food
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borne virus control


Training course “Control of viruses in food supply chains”


Training course “Monitoring of viruses in food supply chains”


Workshop “Taking forward new development in monitoring
and control of viruses in food supply chains”



Financial structure

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Vital Symposium:

New developments in monitoring and control of
viruses in food supply chains


WHERE?



Ljubljana (Cankarjev dom)


WHEN?



6. 6. 2011
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9. 6. 2011




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Financial structure


From proforma invoice for 300 persons:


Place with all tehnical facility : 20.000


+ VAT


Registration: 6.500


+ VAT


Organization of the meeting by the CD agency: 10.000


+ VAT


Total: aprox. 45.000




Our budget planned in WP’s for Symposium ?

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Financial structure


Agreement in CD is in processing


Registration fee for 4 days: 400



Early registration 350



Registration fee for event/day: 150



Early registration 100


Special registration fee for VITAL members?

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Steps


Organising and programme committee 1.may 2010


Agreement with CD signed 15.may 2010


Congress website 1.june 2010


Invitation to potential audience 1.june 2010


Draft programme 15. June 2010




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Organising committee

i.e.:


Peter Raspor, chair


Mateja Ambrožič


Nigel Cook,


Leena Maunula


Wim van der Poel


Ana
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Maria de Roda Husman


Artur Rzezutka


Apostolos Vantarakis


Kris Willems


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lj.si/

Thanks/Hvala!

CONTACTS:

Professor Dr. Peter Raspor, DDr.H.C.

Head of Chair of Biotechnology, Microbiology
and Food Safety


Mateja Ambrožič

Chair of Biotechnology, Microbiology and Food
Safety


Biotechnical Faculty,

University of Ljubljana

Jamnikarjeva 101

1001 LJUBLJANA

SLOVENIJA


Tel.: +386 (0)1 423 11 61

Fax: +386 (0)1 256 57 82


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