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Linking Farmers to Agribusiness for
Wholesome and Safe Products: The role
of sanitary and phyto-sanitary measures
Presente...
Areas of Presentation
 Background – WTO-SPS Agreement
 Overview of AHFCS
 What is a AHFCS
 Responsibility of Stakehold...
Background
What is the WTO SPS Agreement?
 An agreement that gives countries the right to
maintain sanitary and phyto-san...
What is a sanitary and phyto-sanitary (SPS)
measure?
Any measure applied to:
 Protect human or animal life from risks
ari...
SPS Measure Con’t
 Protect animal or plant life from pests,
diseases, or disease-causing organisms;
 Prevent or limit ot...
The “three sisters” of the WTO-SPS
 Codex Alimentarius Commission (Codex)
for food safety;
 World Organisation for Anima...
What role does the 3 sisters play in AHFCS?
 Provide international standards, guidelines
and codes of practice on which c...
International Plant Protection Convention:
ISPM 6: Guidelines for surveillance
ISPM 7: Export certification system
ISPM 15...
What is an AHFCS?
 A system which embraces an integrated farm
to fork approach to food production and food
safety;
 Risk...
What is the responsibility of the manufacturing and
farming community in a AHFCS ?
 To adopt best practices for the contr...
On Farm practices
 Adhere to good agricultural practices:
 Use clean water to wash and irrigate produce;
 Store produce...
What is the role of the Government?
To establish and maintain monitoring,
verification, certification and control
programm...
What is the objective of the AHFCS?
 Ensures that food grown, harvested,
processed, marketed and consumed in
Barbados is ...
Components of an AHFCS
 An appropriate legislative framework (Acts
and Regulations);
 Regulatory services for plant heal...
Components of an AHFCS
 Quarantine services;
 Surveillance and monitoring programmes as
well as sampling and detection a...
Components of an AHFCS
 Standards and operational guidelines such
as those based on Food Safety
Management Systems and pr...
Components of an AHFCS
 Laboratory services.
 Monitoring and Evaluation;
 Training;
 Communication
The work of the Barbados NAHFCP
 Reviewed the Barbados AHFCS;
 Conducted a Phytosanitary Capacity
Evaluation (PCE) for P...
The work of the Barbados NAHFCP Con’t
 Reviewed and prepared draft modern
legislation for:
 Animal and Veterinary Public...
 Drafted the following Regulations:
 Plant protection (Import and Transit) Regulation;
 Plant Protection (Export) Regul...
 Drafted a Risked Based Food Inspection
Manual and Sampling Plan;
 Assessed the Fisheries infrastructure and
fisheries s...
 Monitoring and surveillance programmes
for selected pests and diseases;
 Camylobacter and Salmonella spp.
programme
 I...
 Development and piloting of a traceability
system for selected sectors;
 Development of QA/QC system at GAS and
VSL;
 ...
 Development of a Monitoring and
Evaluation System and Plan
Thank you
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Barbados Agritourism Policy Setting Workshop 2019: Beverley Wood "Linking Farmers to Agribusiness for Quality Products"

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Barbados Agritourism Policy Setting Workshop 2019
Policy setting for improved linkages between agriculture, trade and tourism: Strengthening the local agrifood sector and promoting healthy food in agritourism.

Workshop organised by the Government of Barbados
In collaboration with CABA, CTA, IICA, CTO, CHTA, CDB
Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, Barbados, 27 & 28 March 2019

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Barbados Agritourism Policy Setting Workshop 2019: Beverley Wood "Linking Farmers to Agribusiness for Quality Products"

  1. 1. Linking Farmers to Agribusiness for Wholesome and Safe Products: The role of sanitary and phyto-sanitary measures Presented by: Beverley P. Wood, Ph.D.
  2. 2. Areas of Presentation  Background – WTO-SPS Agreement  Overview of AHFCS  What is a AHFCS  Responsibility of Stakeholders  Components of AHFCS  The Work of Barbados’ NAHFCP
  3. 3. Background What is the WTO SPS Agreement?  An agreement that gives countries the right to maintain sanitary and phyto-sanitary measures to protect their animal, plant and human health Why is it necessary?  Ensures that food is safe for consumers, prevents the spread of pests or diseases among animals and plants
  4. 4. What is a sanitary and phyto-sanitary (SPS) measure? Any measure applied to:  Protect human or animal life from risks arising from additives, contaminants, toxins or disease-causing organisms in food or beverage;  Protect human life from plant or animal carried diseases (zoonoses);
  5. 5. SPS Measure Con’t  Protect animal or plant life from pests, diseases, or disease-causing organisms;  Prevent or limit other damages to a country from the entry, establishment or spread of pests.
  6. 6. The “three sisters” of the WTO-SPS  Codex Alimentarius Commission (Codex) for food safety;  World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) for animal and veterinary public health;  International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) for plant health.
  7. 7. What role does the 3 sisters play in AHFCS?  Provide international standards, guidelines and codes of practice on which countries base their national standards, and which are referred to in trade disputes  For example Codex Alimentarius:  Codex General Principles of Food Hygiene  Code of Practice for Fish and Fishery Products  Code of Hygienic Practice for Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
  8. 8. International Plant Protection Convention: ISPM 6: Guidelines for surveillance ISPM 7: Export certification system ISPM 15: Guidelines for regulating wood packaging material in international trade World Organisation for Animal Health: Terrestrial Animal Health Code Aquatic Animal health Code
  9. 9. What is an AHFCS?  A system which embraces an integrated farm to fork approach to food production and food safety;  Risk Based, that is, focuses on preventative measures at all stages of the food production and distribution chain rather than inspection and rejection at the end, that is, end product testing.
  10. 10. What is the responsibility of the manufacturing and farming community in a AHFCS ?  To adopt best practices for the control of food safety hazards;  Apply robust sanitary and phytosanitary measures;  Meet the requirements established by competent authorities for AHFC
  11. 11. On Farm practices  Adhere to good agricultural practices:  Use clean water to wash and irrigate produce;  Store produce in clean containers and in warehouses not accessible to rodents, birds and other pests;  Keep records of pesticides used and adhere to the days to harvest stated;  If using organic fertiliser then ensure that it is properly cured and incorporate into soil
  12. 12. What is the role of the Government? To establish and maintain monitoring, verification, certification and control programmes to verify:  the ongoing effectiveness of food safety efforts by producers; and  trading partners’ regulatory systems
  13. 13. What is the objective of the AHFCS?  Ensures that food grown, harvested, processed, marketed and consumed in Barbados is safe and wholesome;  Protects and safeguard the health of plants, animals, especially food crops and livestock;
  14. 14. Components of an AHFCS  An appropriate legislative framework (Acts and Regulations);  Regulatory services for plant health, animal health and food safety inclusive of:  Inspection and enforcement services;
  15. 15. Components of an AHFCS  Quarantine services;  Surveillance and monitoring programmes as well as sampling and detection at all aspects of the food chain, from farm to fork or boat to throat;  Risk assessment procedures;
  16. 16. Components of an AHFCS  Standards and operational guidelines such as those based on Food Safety Management Systems and preventative approaches to AHFC such as:  Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), Good Hygiene Practices (GHP) and Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP); and SOPs and SSOPs
  17. 17. Components of an AHFCS  Laboratory services.  Monitoring and Evaluation;  Training;  Communication
  18. 18. The work of the Barbados NAHFCP  Reviewed the Barbados AHFCS;  Conducted a Phytosanitary Capacity Evaluation (PCE) for Plant protection;  Conducted Performance of Veterinary Services (PVS) Evaluation  Conducted PVS Gap Analysis  Conducted Veterinary Legislation Identification Mission
  19. 19. The work of the Barbados NAHFCP Con’t  Reviewed and prepared draft modern legislation for:  Animal and Veterinary Public Health;  Food Safety and Quality  Reviewed and amended the 2007 Plant Protection Act;
  20. 20.  Drafted the following Regulations:  Plant protection (Import and Transit) Regulation;  Plant Protection (Export) Regulation;  Food Safety and Quality (Fishery Products Inspection and Control) Regulation.
  21. 21.  Drafted a Risked Based Food Inspection Manual and Sampling Plan;  Assessed the Fisheries infrastructure and fisheries supply chain  Prepared SSOP and SOPs for all public markets, fish markets, fish landing/handling sites and vending operations;  Provided improved infrastructure at the Bridgetown Fisheries Complex
  22. 22.  Monitoring and surveillance programmes for selected pests and diseases;  Camylobacter and Salmonella spp. programme  Inspection systems;  Joint on-farm milk inspection programme;  On-farm poultry inspection programme;
  23. 23.  Development and piloting of a traceability system for selected sectors;  Development of QA/QC system at GAS and VSL;  Training and Development of analytical techniques at GAS and VSL  Histamine determination;  Molecular Diagnostic technique using PCR for microbiological determinations
  24. 24.  Development of a Monitoring and Evaluation System and Plan
  25. 25. Thank you

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