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1 Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success Working together is success Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success Working together is success Henry Ford

2 SAFEFOODERA - Graphical presentation Y0-Y4 = Year from project start

3 Workpackages WP1 Management Framework WP6 External Communication The tasks objectives WP2 Information exchange WP3 Strategic activities WP4 Joint activities WP5 Transnationally activities The objective is to establish links with stakeholders to facilitate pan-European dissemination and exploitation of project results, including the execution of common plans for dissemination. It will also ensure early engagement with other eligible funding bodies in Europe to maximise the potential for a wider network.

4 Workpackages WP1 Management Framework WP6 External Communication Milestones and deliverables WP2 Information exchange WP3 Strategic activities WP4 Joint activities WP5 Transnationally activities D7 - Flyers about the 1 st Seminar with 1) consumer groups and industry, 2) authorities & 3) representatives from non-participating member 2) authorities & 3) representatives from non-participating member States & 1 st project newsletter, month 22 States & 1 st project newsletter, month 22 M st Seminar with authorities, month 24 M st Seminar with non-participating member States, month 24 M st Seminar with consumer groups and industry, month 24 D13 - Proceedings for the 1 st Seminar with consumer groups and industry, authorities & representatives from non-participating industry, authorities & representatives from non-participating member States & 2 nd project newsletter, month 25 member States & 2 nd project newsletter, month 25

5 The benefits The benefits Short term: Learning from each other (Best Practice – 0 -1 year) Short term: Learning from each other (Best Practice – 0 -1 year) Middle term: Transfer of knowhow through training Middle term: Transfer of knowhow through training Long term: Lasting transnational research within food Long term: Lasting transnational research within food safety topics of key importance to European consumers,authorities and industry safety topics of key importance to European consumers,authorities and industry

6 If you hesitate to take the next step, you may be left standing on one leg for the rest of your life… Ancient Chinese Proverb:

7 SAFEFOODERA - Graphical presentation Y0-Y4 = Year from project start

8 Workpackages WP2 Information Exchange WP3 Strategic Activities WP4 Joint Activities WP5 Transnationally Activities The objective of the workpackage is: The objective of the workpackage is: to identify complementarities between topics in ongoing national or regional programmes to identify complementarities between topics in ongoing national or regional programmes exchange of information on the management of programmes and evaluation practices, exchange of information on the management of programmes and evaluation practices, and to create trust and mutual understanding in the consortium. and to create trust and mutual understanding in the consortium. WP6 External Communication

9 Food Safety European Research Funding EU - Sixth Framework Programme: % National Research Programmes: %

10 The objectives The objectives To define best practice and to develop To define best practice and to develop harmonised evaluation, management harmonised evaluation, management and analysis/communication procedures and analysis/communication procedures Milestones and deliverables Milestones and deliverables M4 - Comparison of evaluation criteria for project funding, month 12 project funding, month 12 M10 - Comparison of practices in programme management, month 18 management, month 18 WP2 Information Exchange Provisional strategic topics Management of programmes and evaluation practices 1. Emerging risks 1. Emerging risks 2. Risk analysis 2. Risk analysis 3. Contaminants 3. Contaminants 3.1 Process induced risk 3.1 Process induced risk 4. Traceability 4. Traceability 5. Pathogens 5. Pathogens

11 The provisional strategic topics 1. Emerging risk 1. Emerging risk - A potential food or feed borne or diet-related hazard that may become a risk for human health in the (near) future. 2. Risk analysis in food safety 2. Risk analysis in food safety - Methodologies in protecting the consumers against health risks and misleading information, including crisis management, consumer perception and risk/benefit analysis. 3. Contaminants 3. Contaminants - Health risks from natural- and environmental contaminants in the food chain. 3.1 Process induced risk 3.1 Process induced risk - Health risks from chemical pollution formed during processing of foods. 4. Traceability 4. Traceability - Documented and harmonised routines for recall of food products from the value chain - Development of reliable traceability methods and systems. 5. Pathogens 5. Pathogens - Pathogen free production systems - From reactive to preventive and predictive actions.

12 The objectives The objectives To identify a procedure or a system to To identify a procedure or a system to proactively describe new or re-emerging proactively describe new or re-emerging chemical and/or microbial risks chemical and/or microbial risks Milestones and deliverables Milestones and deliverables M3 - Identification of best practice (scientific criteria) in programming concepts on criteria) in programming concepts on research on emerging risks, month 12 research on emerging risks, month 12 WP2 Information Exchange Provisional strategic topics Management of programmes and evaluation practices 1. Emerging risks 1. Emerging risks 2. Risk analysis 2. Risk analysis 3. Contaminants 3. Contaminants 3.1 Process induced risk 3.1 Process induced risk 4. Traceability 4. Traceability 5. Pathogens 5. Pathogens

13 The objectives The objectives 1. To identify complementarities between topics in ongoing or funded national or regional programmes Milestones and deliverables Milestones and deliverables M2 - Comparison of national/regional M2 - Comparison of national/regional food safety research programmes, food safety research programmes, month 9 month 9 WP2 Information Exchange Provisional strategic topics Management of programmes and evaluation practices 1. Emerging risks 1. Emerging risks 2. Risk analysis 2. Risk analysis 3. Contaminants 3. Contaminants 3.1 Process induced risk 3.1 Process induced risk 4. Traceability 4. Traceability 5. Pathogens 5. Pathogens

14 The objectives 2. Clustering of projects and the exchange of information on project goals in overlapping or complementary areas Milestones and deliverables Milestones and deliverables M11 - A posteriori clustering of research M11 - A posteriori clustering of research projects, month 18 projects, month 18 D3 - Report on the a posteriori clustering D3 - Report on the a posteriori clustering of research projects, month 18 of research projects, month 18 WP2 Information Exchange Provisional strategic topics Management of programmes and evaluation practices 1. Emerging risks 1. Emerging risks 2. Risk analysis 2. Risk analysis 3. Contaminants 3. Contaminants 3.1 Process induced risk 3.1 Process induced risk 4. Traceability 4. Traceability 5. Pathogens 5. Pathogens

15 WP2 Information Exchange WP 2.2 Comparison and clustering of national/regional food safety research Questionnaire No 1.

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25 SWOT-analysis Information exchange (Coming together is a beginning) STRENGTHSWEAKNESSES OPPORTUNITIESTHREATS

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27 SAFEFOODERA - Graphical presentation Y0-Y4 = Year from project start

28 Workpackages WP4 Joint Activities WP2 Information Exchange WP3 Strategic Activities WP4 Joint Activities WP5 Transnationally Activities The objective of the workpackage is: The objective of the workpackage is: is to develop a joint action plan dealing with the new opportunities and gaps is to develop a joint action plan dealing with the new opportunities and gaps e.g. training activities and cooperative networks of key actors within the identified selected joint strategic topics. e.g. training activities and cooperative networks of key actors within the identified selected joint strategic topics. WP6 External Communication

29 WP4: Joint Activities Workshop on joint training activities - to build on outputs from WP3 of identified gaps and opportunities - not necessarily to initiate training activities but to develop an action plan of how these might be determined and planned ie concentrate on process, mechanisms - perhaps look at some examples of how others have tackled similar situations - use facilitators to focus discussions and maximise chance of achieving objectives

30 WP4: Joint Activities elaboration of joint networks of excellence - avoid confusion with FP NoEs (though may include these?) - criteria to define excellence, how to gather and assess information, mechanisms to promote formation, development of networks - to include possibility of setting up networks of national programme managers - how would these work, training exchanges?

31 SWOT-analysis Joint activity (Staying together is progress) STRENGTHSWEAKNESSES OPPORTUNITIESTHREATS

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33 SAFEFOODERA - Graphical presentation Y0-Y4 = Year from project start

34 WP 5: Transnational activities General objective: to use the information from WP 2, 3 & 4 to build a transnational research programme to be included in participants national food safety programmes

35 Objective 1 to build a common research programme in agreement with the ESC The call should be realistic in order to allow to conduct an evaluation procedure i.e. « first call » rather than « pilot call » Several strategic topic (s) should have been selected from WP 3 & 4 Several members of the ERA net should be involved Validation of the transnational call by the ESC

36 Objective 2 to disseminate the call to the adequate researchers across partners countries Establishment of a procedure for the dissemination of a European call across countries Establishment of indicators of success to be used for objective 5 –Global response rate –Distribution of response rates by country –Quality of respondents –Adequation of responses with the topic (s) –…………

37 Objective 3 to build a common accepted and efficient selection procedure for the projects Compilation of evaluation procedures in recent calls at national level in the field of food safety Interviews with programme managers to analyse the key points in the selection criterias Establishment of a draft protocole Validation of the draft protocole by the ESC

38 Objective 4 to disseminate efficiently the results of research funded Establishment of a procedure for the dissemination of results across countries –Scientific journal vs report –Paper vs web site –Workshops… Establishment of indicators of success to be used for objective 5 –Questionnaire for researchers –………..

39 Objective 5 to evaluate the quality of the call Assessment of the efficiency of each phase in relation with previously elaborated indicators –With national programme managers (ESC) for objectives 1 & 3 –With researchers for objectives 2 & 4 Identification and correction of the gaps Production of guidelines for future transnational calls (final report)

40 SWOT-analysis Transnational research (Working together is success) STRENGTHSWEAKNESSES OPPORTUNITIESTHREATS

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