Establishment of a risk-based food safety
control system in the dairy value
chain in Ukraine
Milk Safety Project
SAFOSO invites sealed bids from eligible and qualified bidders for the production of a film on milk safety
Feb 07.2019The bidding document is possible to receive on request, which shall be sent on tender email tender[at]safoso.com.ua with remark in the topic or body of the e-mail «Request on bidding documents».
Bidding proposals must be delivered to the SAFOSO office in Kiev before 18th February...
A series of trainings on epidemiological surveillance of animal health has been completed
Jan 31.2019On January 29-31, 2019, a training on methods of risk assessment and epidemiological surveillance of animal health was held within the framework of the Milk Safety Project for the specialists of the SSFSCP.
The second round of e-learning course for specialists of ssfscp on the use of best practices for the production of safe milk has finished
Jan 30.2019The e-learning course on "The Importance of Using Best Practices for Production of Safe Milk and Dairy Products", which lasted from December 3, 2018 to January 21, 2019, has been completed. The training was attended by 443 state inspectors, state veterinary inspectors and other specialists of the SSFSCP in the Volyn, Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk, Zhytomyr...
The overall objective of the project is to support the establishment and implementation of a modern risk-based food safety control system in the dairy value chain in Ukraine.
The project’s activities are focused on one hand on providing technical
assistance to the State Service on Food Safety and Consumer Protection to
develop and put in place a modern, risk-based food safety inspection system in the
dairy value chain and on the other hand on assisting the dairy processing industry to
put in place an extension program to improve the production of safe and high quality milk
in the primary industry. The project will also identify urgent equipment needs to support
the implementation of the food inspection system and provide limited amounts of equipment
based on the needs assessment.