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Record number 533757
Title OC/EFSA/SCER/2014/02-Lot 1 'Specialised training courses on certain aspects of food safety risk assessment for members of EFSA's Scientific Committee/Panels and their working groups, open to EFSA staff' - final report
Author(s) Wipfler, E.L.; Brock, T.C.M.; Hart, A.; Maltby, Lorraine; Graig, Peter
Source EFSA Supporting Publications 14 (2017)12. - ISSN 2397-8325 - 34 p.
DOI https://doi.org/10.2903/sp.efsa.2017.EN-1346
Department(s) Environmental Risk Assessment
WIMEK
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2017
Abstract This final report evaluates the training courses delivered under the contract OC/EFSA/SCER/2014/02-Lot 1. Two types of specialised training courses were delivered: a training course addressing uncertainty in EFSA’s scientific assessments and a training course on Environmental Risk Assessment. Both trainings were evaluated as very good by the participants. In addition to its primary aim of supporting the understanding and practical implementation of best risk assessment practices, the uncertainty training was used to obtain feedback on the draft guidance document. Therefore, only invited participants could follow the training and selection ensured that each unit was represented in the training. The training course now has to be updated in line with the final version of the guidance document. One of the objectives of the training was to strengthen the dissemination of ERA guidance and modelling practises and to ensure the uptake of guidance on cross-cutting risk assessment approaches amongst members of EFSA’s Scientific Committee/Panels, their working groups and EFSA staff. This aim is partly achieved as participants of different backgrounds joined the trainings. It was noted however, that only a few panel member participated and participants with a background in pesticide risk assessment were over-represented as compared to the other work fields of EFSA.
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