- Working groups of EFSA scientists and external experts with the required specialisation do preparatory work for assessments.
- Networks of Member State organisations share data and insights on specific subjects and develop harmonised approaches. This enhances mutual understanding, reduces duplication of work and potential for diverging opinions.
- All members of working groups and networks are required to comply with EFSA's policy on Declarations of Interests.
|Applications desk||Working groups|
|Animal feed||Working groups|
|Animal health and welfare||Working groups||Networks|
|Biological hazards||Working groups||Networks|
|Chemical contaminants||Working groups|
|Cross-cutting science||Working groups||Networks|
|Food ingredients and packaging||Working groups||Networks|
|Plant health||Working groups||Networks|