This is a one-hour webinar that provides the participants the opportunity to learn more about the e-Safefood project, its e-learning platform, and the modelling of cross contamination.
The e-SafeFood project aims at developing an interactive e-training program, full of user-tailored pedagogical material about microbiological food risks. On the 19th June 2023, we had a first webinar about the new societal challenges related to microbiological safety.
For this second webinar we will discover the importance of cross-contamination as source of foodborne disease, and the types of cross-contamination models taken as modules of quantitative risk assessments. Finally, the tutor will demonstrate the programming of a cross-contamination model in the R software.
An interactive webinar with interventions from the public (via a chatroom).
Modelling cross-contamination for quantitative microbiological risk assessment
Introduction to the e-Safefood project, Wilfried Paget - ACTIA (10 minutes)
Presentation of the ISEKI Moodle platform and its access for the training unit, Louis Mayor – ISEKI (5 minutes)
Focus on the modelling of Cross Contamination, Ursula Gonzales-Barron - Centro de Investigação de Montanha (CIMO), Instituto Politécnico de Bragança (IPB), Portugal (30 minutes)
Cross-contamination in food processing
Types of cross-contamination models
Factors affecting cross-contamination
A cross-contamination model in R
Q&A session (15 minutes)
24 January 2024 - 10.30-11.30 am (CET time)