Title Verbesserung der Lebensmittelsicherheit in der Praxis Meat Sector
Project Number 2013-1-TR1-LEO05-47583
Project Type Innovationstransfer
Marketing Text Unser Projekt wird dazu beitragen, verbesserte Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten in der Nahrung Arbeitsmarkt und auch qualitativ hochwertige und integrierte Berufsausbildung durch die Einrichtung eines e-Learning-Programm über die Lebensmittelsicherheit in Fleischwirtschaft.
The food industry is made up of a large proportion of small businesses, from production through to retail and catering. The central goal of the European Commission's food safety policy is to ensure a high level of protection of human health and consumers' interests in relation to food, taking into account diversity, including traditional products, whilst ensuring the effective functioning of the internal market (EC). It is important to understand/meet the training needs of the food sector by considering their economic importance and the place of food in our lives.
The EU meat industry is an important component of the overall food supply, and meat products are sources of protein and constitute an important part of the European diet. The EU is a major meat producer in global terms, accounting for over 16% of world meat production and is a big player in meat trading. EU consumers eat about 35 million tonnes of meat each year of the various meat types. The share of EU members of the global production volume of poultry meat was 12.5% in 2006.
As meat products are perishable, red and poultry meat processors and packers are faced with a large number of critical process areas and need to ensure food safety from the arrival of animals to the final packing of the product.
This proposal is prepared to transfer the project results and the training methodology developed in the framework of the project “FoodSafety Cheese” and experience that has been gained in developing educational materials. The project results will be transferred to EU meat sector (including red meat and poultry) by considering their training needs. The contents will be transferred to the operators of the geographical areas of Turkey, Spain, Latvia and Austria.
Main objectives are:
-to provide food safety training for meat sector workers and experts.
-to promote e-learning applications in VET
-to improve workers' knowledge and skills, thus their employability
- to increase companies' competitiveness by enhancing their food safety.
-to contribute implementation of food safety policy of the EU,
-to contribute protection of consumer health.
Main results will be adaptation and transfer of FoodSafetyCheese; new e-learning courses; face-to-face workshops, brochures/flyers, exchange of information and experience among all partners involved, valorization conference, national reports.
Anerkennung, Transparenz, Zertifizierung
Sectors Erziehung und Unterricht
Unterlagen für offenen Unterricht