Join us this Thursday, January 10, 2012, for a free live webcast entitled, "Use of @RISK in Food Safety Risk Assessment " to be presented by Charles Yoe.
The Food Safety Modernization Act is the most sweeping reform of FDA’s food safety authority in more than 70 years. It strengthens and increases the role of risk analysis in protecting consumers and promoting public health. In this free live webcast, Prof. Charles Yoe of Notre Dame of Maryland University will use the FDA/ Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition’s report “Quantitative Risk Assessment on the Public Health Impact of Pathogenic Vibrio parahaemolyticus In Raw Oysters” in a demonstration and discussion of the use of @RISK in food safety risk assessment.
Charles Yoe is a professor of economics at Notre Dame of Maryland University and an independent risk analysis consultant and trainer. Working extensively for U.S. and other government agencies as a consultant and risk analyst, his wide range of risk experience includes international trade, food safety, natural disasters, public works, homeland security, ecosystem restoration, resource development, navigation, planning, and water resources. As a consultant to private industry his work includes a discrete but wide variety of concerns. He has trained professionals from over 100 countries in risk analysis and has conducted customized risk training programs for government agencies and private industry in over two dozen nations.