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The EHEC-crisis - Impact and lessons learned - Sustainable cross-border crisis control and communication
Hamer, M. ; Terlau, W. ; Terlau, W. ; Roest, J. van der; Petersen, B. - \ 2016
Acta Horticulturae 1126 (2016). - ISSN 0567-7572 - p. 51 - 58.
Crisis exercise - Engage exchange model - Outbreak management - Risk communication - Social media analysis - Socio economic impact

Food-borne disease is an ever-present threat and is often associated with the consumption of fresh food such as horticultural products. Apart from chemicals, heavy metals, fungi and viruses, bacteria are the most common cause for food poisoning. A serious outbreak in Germany and neighbouring countries in 2011 when 3,950 people were affected and 53 died, was induced by a novel strain of E. coli bacteria and suggested fresh vegetables as the source of infection. However, due to global food logistics it is an increasing challenge to trace back the source of infected food. A German-Dutch team of scientists analysed the EHEC outbreak from 2011 in order to provide new insights about risk assessment and crises control as well as communication infrastructure and strategies between responsible authorities and to the public, even across borders. Besides preventive measures to avoid contamination of horticultural products and to impede the spreading of human pathogens, the team analysed deficits in the field of crisis communication in order to develop a communication plan for decision-makers in a crisis situation. Technical innovations that can be used for decision-relevant information at the right time, with the required quality, will support the communication strategy. In order to develop a communication plan tailored to the different stakeholders' needs and their knowledge, the informational needs of the public should also be taken into account. Thus, combining preventive measures with state of the art communication strategies, will reduce the time between the alerts and the scientific basis and proof.

Improving the quality of pork and pork products for the consumer : development of innovative, integrated, and sustainable food production chains of high quality pork products matching consumer demands
Heimann, B. ; Christensen, M. ; Rosendal Rasmussen, S. ; Bonneau, M. ; Grunert, K.G. ; Arnau, J. ; Trienekens, J.H. ; Oksbjerg, N. ; Greef, K.H. de; Petersen, B. - \ 2012
Copenhagen : Q-PorkChains - 34
dierenwelzijn - dierlijke productie - varkens - kwaliteit - kwaliteitsnormen - varkensvlees - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - vleesproductie - varkenshouderij - animal welfare - animal production - pigs - quality - quality standards - pigmeat - sustainability - meat production - pig farming
Improving the quality of pork and pork products for the consumer: development of innovative, integrated, and sustainable food production chains of high quality pork products matching consumer demands.
Improving the quality of pork and pork products (EU project)
Christensen, M. ; Grunert, K.G. ; Bonneau, M. ; Arnau, J. ; Trienekens, J.H. ; Oksbjerg, N. ; Greef, K.H. de; Petersen, B. ; Karlsson, A.H. - \ 2012
In: Proceedings of 54th International Congress of Meat Science & Technology, 10-15th August 2008, Cape Town, South Africa. - - p. 172 - 172.
Inquiry to evaluate Meat Safety criteria in contrasted production systems of four European countries
Klauke, T. ; Houwers, H.W.J. ; Cinar, M.U. ; Brinkmann, D. ; Petersen, B. ; Bonneau, M. - \ 2012
Towards a chain coordination model for quality management strategies to strengthen the competition of European pork producers
Brinkmann, D. ; Lang, J. ; Petersen, B. ; Wognum, P.M. ; Trienekens, J.H. - \ 2011
Journal on Chain and Network Science 11 (2011)2. - ISSN 1569-1829 - p. 137 - 153.
This paper presents a new chain coordination model for quality management strategies of European pork supply chains. It is a result of qualitative research into intensive and extensive pork production in seven selected countries consisting of a literature review, country-specific expert interviews and case studies. The model defines strategic roles and responsibilities for quality management actors on normative, strategic and operational levels and groups these actors into the categories certification, coordination and control. New actors have been defined for the category 'coordination of quality management strategies': the chain quality board (normative), the network coordinator (strategic) and the quality broker (operational level). The proposed concept of a quality broker represents an innovative approach to facilitate implementation of coordination mechanisms in pork supply chains. In addition, coordination mechanisms have been defined and classified under the headings contracts, information technology, information sharing and joint decision making. The model represents an organizational concept applicable to a broad diversity of pork supply chains. It is intended to facilitate the establishment and management of quality management strategies to strengthen the competitiveness of European pork producers.
Demand of the meat industry for management support in R&D cooperation projects
Bruns, M. ; Trienekens, J.H. ; Omta, S.W.F. ; Hamer, M. ; Petersen, B. - \ 2010
In: Proceedings of the 9th Wageningen International Conference on Chain and Network Management (WICaNeM), Wageningen, The Netherlands, 26-28 May 2010. - - p. 21 - 21.
Companies' demands for management support in R&D cooperation projects
Bruns, M. ; Trienekens, J.H. ; Omta, S.W.F. ; Petersen, B. - \ 2009
European pork chains : diversity and quality challenges in consumer-oriented production and distribution
Trienekens, J.H. ; Petersen, B. ; Wognum, P.M. ; Brinkmann, D. - \ 2009
Wageningen : Wageningen Academic Publishers - ISBN 9789086861033 - 285
varkensvlees - voedselketens - europa - ketenmanagement - agro-industriële ketens - kwaliteitszorg - pigmeat - food chains - europe - supply chain management - agro-industrial chains - quality management
In this book the results are presented of a comprehensive inventory of pork chains that has been conducted through expert interviews and in-depth case studies. The main focus of the book is on how well diverse and fragmented supply in the European pork sector matches differentiating demands for pork products in rapidly evolving markets. One of the central topics discussed in the book is management of quality in diverse mainstream and specialty European pork chains. Inter-enterprise information systems, governance forms, logistics and sustainability aspects of European pork chains are also presented, as well as a number of interesting innovations in the chains. 'European pork chains' consists of four chapters that discuss the European pork chain as a whole and nine chapters that present case studies. The latter comprise three specialty pork chains (Iberian ham from Spain, Mangalica pork from Hungary, and organic pork from the Netherlands) and three regional pork chains in Europe (a Greek integrated chain, the German 'Eichenhof' chain and the French 'Cochon de Bretagne' chain). To enable comparison with chains outside Europe, a review of pork chains in China, Canada, Brazil and South Africa has been included.
Guidelines for regional food authorities to establish science based food safety programmes
Hansen, T.B. ; Aabo, S. ; Rosenquist, H. ; Christensen, B.B. ; Nielsen, N.L. ; Bondt, N. ; Wagenberg, C.P.A. van; Petersen, B. - \ 2008
Promote European regions' experience exchange on quality information management in food chains
Schütz, V. ; Petersen, B. ; Backus, G.B.C. ; Gardere, E. - \ 2008
In: Food Safety and Quality in International Food Chains. Technical reports of the Interreg IIIC Initiative PromSTAP (Promoting the stable to table approach) : Promoting the stable to table approach Berlin : MUNLV - ISBN 9783000236648 - p. 6 - 26.
Cross border Classical Swine Fever control: Improving Dutch and German crisis management systems by an integrated public-private approach
Breuer, O. ; Saatkamp, H.W. ; Schütz, V. ; Brinkmann, D. ; Petersen, B. - \ 2008
Journal für Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit 3 (2008). - ISSN 1661-5751 - p. 455 - 465.
netherlands - epidemic
The objective of this research approach is to analyse in which ways crisis management measures against Classical Swine Fever (CSF) can be improved by a public private cross border model. A core activity contains the analysis of information and communication systems: In a case study it has been empirically analysed if a sufficient supply of public and private information enables crisis managers at both sides of the Dutch-German border area to take decisions about CSF control more efficient. At the end of this approach a new crisis management model had been developed. One of the most important aspects thereby is the assessment of data: (1) within private quality management systems in normal times according to the benefit for public management tasks in times of crisis and (2) within public crisis management systems according to the benefit for cross-border CSF-control activities. To this effect two different methodological approaches have been combined within the model: (1) a method to identify and illustrate public actors and their options in crisis management decision making and (2) a system of communication and information exchange between public and private as well as Dutch and German actors (engage& exchange model) which permit to collect and to evaluate data in addition for a predefined time period are activated.
Development of a "Decision Support Tool" (DST) for the pork supply chain
Kreyenschmidt, J. ; Aabo, S. ; Bruckner, S. ; Christensen, B.B. ; Gkisakis, V. ; Hansen, T.B. ; Kampmann, Y. ; Lettmann, T. ; Raab, V. ; Beek, P. van; Petersen, B. - \ 2007
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