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Step two in developing a food defense plan
Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) Spring 2001 outbreak in UK Complete ban on sale of British cattle, pigs and sheep Controlled by fall 2001, restrictions on livestock movement until 2002
2,030 cases, 6 million animals culled Losses of $11.7 billion Delayed an election
Countermeasures are actions taken to reduce the risk of intentional contamination in vulnerable areas.
Procedures Facility Technology Personnel
Protect: Personnel Product Property
Lights Dusk to Dawn lighting available through most electric coops Motion sensor lighting Visibility Neighborhood Watch Vegetation trimmed for visibility Driveway alarm
Lock Gates Lock Buildings Doors Windows Lock Well Head Lock Supply Areas Feed bins Vet supplies Chemicals
Fences Road Frontage Limit gates Signage Buildings Entrances Visitor Log
Public – Restrict entry to facility, check identification, visitors sign log, supervise visitors
Principles: Check and Challenge Livestock Sales Check the contract and negotiate liability
Product Sales Check security with market management Challenge ▪ Add layers to packaging ▪ Tamper resistant packaging
Incoming supplies, delivery procedures, storage, shipping of products, mail procedures, computer access etc.
Pre-employment screening, employee supervision, scheduling, identification, access, security training
See Challenge Ask Notify
Step two in developing a food defense plan. In 1984, members of an Oregon cult intentionally contaminated restaurant salad bars with Salmonella bacteria.
Step three in developing a food defense plan. In 1984, members of an Oregon cult intentionally contaminated restaurant salad bars with Salmonella bacteria.
In a Poultry Production Setting Courtesy of Food Technology magazine, from "Defending the Food Supply," August 2005, Vol. 59, No.8. Food Technology is.
In a Swine Production Setting Courtesy of Food Technology magazine, from "Defending the Food Supply," August 2005, Vol. 59, No.8. Food Technology is a.
In a Beef Production Setting Courtesy of Food Technology magazine, from "Defending the Food Supply," August 2005, Vol. 59, No.8. Food Technology is a publication.
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Step one in developing a food defense plan. Production Agriculture Supplies Transportation Auctions Feedlots.
Courtesy of Food Technology magazine, from "Defending the Food Supply," August 2005, Vol. 59, No.8. Food Technology is a publication of the Institute.
Step four in developing a food defense plan. Having a food defense plan reduces the risk of intentional contamination, but cannot prevent it. Having.
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Step one in developing a food defense plan. Production Agriculture Food Processing Retail Food Sales.
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