EFSA Journal

EFSA publishes all its scientific outputs, including its scientific opinions, in the EFSA Journal. It also issues a range of supporting publications. See also Definitions of EFSA Scientific Outputs and Supporting Publications.

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Final technical report CFP/EFSA/DATEX/2009/01 (Germany)

The present report describes the resources needed and the challenges encountered in restructuring the German national repositories for chemical contaminants and pesticides according to the Standard Sample Description of the EFSA. Keywords:  Chemical occur ...

External Scientific Report
28 September 2011

Report of the 2011 IV Crisis Simulation Exercise

As a part of improving risk preparedness, EFSA organised the IV crisis simulation exercise involving the participation of a number of key stakeholders to identify the best way to deal with the consequences of a new biohazard contaminating the feed/food ch ...

Final Report CFP/EFSA/DATEX/2009/01 (AGES)

To provide accurate data for risk assessment, the Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety (AGES) has implemented and tested an electronic system for the transmission of food contaminant data to EFSA according to EFSA standards. Keywords:  Chemical Occu ...

External Scientific Report
10 June 2011

Electronic Transmission of Chemical Occurence Data

Data collection is an important task of EFSA and a fundamental component of risk assessment (Articles 22 and 23 of regulation EC No 178/2002). The Guidance on Standard Sample Description for Food and Feed and The Guidance on Data Exchange (both were devel ...

Electronic Transmission of Chemical Occurrence Data

The present report describes the resources used and challenges meet in restructuring the Danish national data repositories for chemical contaminants and pesticides and in coding these according to the EFSA “Standard Model”. Keywords:  Chemical, Occurrence ...

External Scientific Report
03 May 2011

Electronic transmission of results of analytical measurement

The Hungarian Food Safety Information System (FSIS) provides on-line link with the pesticide residue laboratories which submit the reports of the analyses directly to the central database. The Hungarian database applies unique codes for individual food it ...

External Scientific Report
26 April 2011

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