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The Resource Fish inspection, quality control, and HACCP : a global focus : proceedings of the conference held May 19-24, 1996, Arlington, Virginia, USA, edited by Roy E. Martin, Robert L. Collette, Joseph W. Slavin

Fish inspection, quality control, and HACCP : a global focus : proceedings of the conference held May 19-24, 1996, Arlington, Virginia, USA, edited by Roy E. Martin, Robert L. Collette, Joseph W. Slavin

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Fish inspection, quality control, and HACCP : a global focus : proceedings of the conference held May 19-24, 1996, Arlington, Virginia, USA
Title
Fish inspection, quality control, and HACCP
Title remainder
a global focus : proceedings of the conference held May 19-24, 1996, Arlington, Virginia, USA
Statement of responsibility
edited by Roy E. Martin, Robert L. Collette, Joseph W. Slavin
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DCC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HD9450.9.A1
LC item number
F57 1997
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1996
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Martin, Roy E
  • Collette, Robert L
  • Slavin, Joseph W
  • International Conference on Fish Inspection and Quality Control
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Seafood
  • Seafood industry
  • Seafood
Label
Fish inspection, quality control, and HACCP : a global focus : proceedings of the conference held May 19-24, 1996, Arlington, Virginia, USA, edited by Roy E. Martin, Robert L. Collette, Joseph W. Slavin
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"2nd International Conference on Fish Inspection and Quality Control"--P. xiii
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
International Trade Considerations -- The Impact of International Trade and Trade Agreements on Fish Inspection and Quality Control -- Harmonization of Trade and Quality Control Issues -- The Industry Considerations of Inspection and Quality Control -- Technical Assistance Programs -- FAO Technical Assistance on HACCP in the Fisheries Industries -- The ASEAN-Canada Fisheries Post-Harvest Technology Project-Phase Two -- USAID Programs in Fisheries and Aquaculture -- The Pan American Health Organization Regional Program for Technical Cooperation in Food Protection -- UNIDO Technical Assistance in Fish Inspection and Quality Control Emerging Inspection Systems -- Review of HACCP and HACCP-Based Food Control Systems -- An Overview of HACCP Implementation in the Seafood Industry -- Industry Considerations in HACCP Program Implementation -- HACCP Industry Application in Thailand -- Industry Considerations in HACCP Program Implementation -- HACCP in Ireland -- Seafood Quality Monitoring in Iceland HACCP Implementation in the Mexican Shrimp Industry -- Introduction of HACCP into Japanese Seafood -- Practical Experience in Applying EU Fish Hygiene Directives to Exporting Countries -- The CCIB Inspection and Quality Control System for Export Manufacturers of Aquatic Products -- EU Implementation of HACCP -- Special Hazards and Their Control -- Control of Indigenous Pathogenic Bacteria in Seafood -- The Status of Phycotoxin Research in Canada -- International Regulatory Aspects of Chemical and Drug Residues Essential Quality and Product Integrity Considerations -- Essential Quality and Product Integrity Considerations -- Fish Product Standards Development and Implementation -- A Canadian Perspective -- Standards Development and Implementation -- Essential Quality and Product Integrity Considerations in Industry Monitoring -- Integration of Computer and Laboratory Techniques for Species Identification Including Development of a Regulatory Fish Encyclopedia -- Special Quality Control Considerations in Handling and Processing Raw and Further Processed Products -- Proper Processing and Handling of Raw Tuna -- Specialty Quality Control Considerations in Handling and Processing Chilled and Frozen Fish -- Radiation Processing Overview -- Controlled Atmosphere Packaging -- The Application of a HACCP Plan for Ready-to-Eat Cooked Products in Processing Cooked Shrimp -- Monitoring of Parasites -- Control of Clostridium botulinum and Listeria monocytogenes in Smoked Fishery Products -- Application of the HACCP Principles in the Fish-Canning Industry in Morocco -- International Approaches to Control for Molluscan Shellfish -- Food Safety Assurance of New Zealand Shellfish -- The Monitoring and Surveillance of Molluscan Shellfish Waters in Australia -- The Changing Face of Monitoring in Canada -- HACCP Assessment of Oyster Depuration in Australia -- International Approaches to Control for Molluscan Shellfish Monitoring and Surveillance EU and CODEX -- Bacteriological Classification of Shellfish by Automated Malthus Conductance Methods -- International Hazard Control for Aquaculture -- Safety Hazards and the Application of the Hazards Analysis Critical Control Point System (HACCP) in Aquaculture -- Codex Alimentarius: Draft Code of Practice for the Products of Aquaculture -- Hazard Control in Aquaculture -- Quality Control and HACCP in the Catfish Industry -- Norwegian Hazard Controls for Aquaculture -- Chemical and Microbiological Studies on Fish from Egyptian Fish Cultures -- Control of Quality and Safety Hazards on Vessels -- Quality Assurance on Board Fishing Vessels -- HACCP and the Control of Quality Aboard Fishing and Processing Vessels -- Proper Shipboard Handling of Fresh Tuna for the Sushimi Market -- Russian Mother Vessels -- Introduction of HACCP 1996 -- Sanitation, a HACCP Prerequisite -- Sanitation Issues in a HACCP Program -- Sanitation and Food Hygiene in the Processing of Fish and Fishery Products -- Sensory Monitoring -- Use of Sensory Evaluation in Mandatory Inspection of Fish and Fishery Products -- NMFS Sensory Program -- Sensory Application in Thailand -- Strategic Applications for Sensory Evaluation at National Sea Products Limited -- Automated Sensory Procedures for Shrimp -- Rapid Tests and Sampling -- Application of FDA's Regulatory Fish Encyclopedia -- Inherent Risks in Acceptance Sampling -- Rapid Chemical Tests: Laboratory and Field Screening Methods for Seafood Analysis -- A Rapid, Easily Used Test Kit to Determine Histamine Concentrations in Fish <U+2013> Rapid Methods of Seafood Microbiological Analysis -- An Overview -- Automated Computer Systems -- Assessing Seafood Information Electronically -- Building and Maintaining HACCP Programs with Computers -- Automated Monitoring and Record-Keeping Systems -- Implementation of Regulatory HAACP -- Based Seafood Inspection Programs -- The New U.S. FDA HACCP Program -- Canada Implementation of the Quality Management Program -- A Regulatory Approach to HACCP -- The Australian Perspective -- HACCP Application in Thailand -- Quality Inspection of HACCP in China -- Regulatory Approach to HACCP in New Zealand -- Establishment of Seafood Quality Control Standards in the Sultanate of Oman -- Encouragement of the Seafood Industry by Introducing HACCP -- Development of a HACCP -- Based Integrated Quality Management Program (IQMP) of Fish and Fishery Products <U+2013> HACCP -- Based Inspection Programs: Mexican Experience <U+2013> HACCP -- Based Inspection Programs in Norway -- Brazil's Implementation of HACCP Programs <U+2013> HACCP -- Based Inspection Programs -- Polish Approach to the HACCP System in the Fish Industry -- Current Status of HACCP Applications in African Fisheries -- Problems and Prospects -- The Role of Government in the Implementation of New International Standards on the Processing of Fish and Fishery Products -- A Korean Perspective -- Training and Regulatory and Industry Personnel -- FAO's Experience in HACCP Training of Regulatory and Industry Personnel -- HACCP: A New Inspector Focus -- HACCP Training in Thailand -- Training and Regulatory and Industry Personnel -- The U.S. Seafood HACCP Alliance -- Industry Training at Iceland Seafood International -- HACCP Training by Satellite -- Role of Training in Business Development -- Equivalency and Inspection Agreements -- A Global Approach to Determining Equivalency between Inspection and Certification Systems -- FDA's View on Seafood Inspection Agreements Recommendations -- Canadian Official Development Assistance to the Oceans and Fisheries Sector -- Chile's National Fisheries Service Approach to HACCP
Control code
l80097060270
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxiv, 802 p
Isbn
9781566765466
Lccn
lc97060270
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill
Label
Fish inspection, quality control, and HACCP : a global focus : proceedings of the conference held May 19-24, 1996, Arlington, Virginia, USA, edited by Roy E. Martin, Robert L. Collette, Joseph W. Slavin
Publication
Note
"2nd International Conference on Fish Inspection and Quality Control"--P. xiii
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
International Trade Considerations -- The Impact of International Trade and Trade Agreements on Fish Inspection and Quality Control -- Harmonization of Trade and Quality Control Issues -- The Industry Considerations of Inspection and Quality Control -- Technical Assistance Programs -- FAO Technical Assistance on HACCP in the Fisheries Industries -- The ASEAN-Canada Fisheries Post-Harvest Technology Project-Phase Two -- USAID Programs in Fisheries and Aquaculture -- The Pan American Health Organization Regional Program for Technical Cooperation in Food Protection -- UNIDO Technical Assistance in Fish Inspection and Quality Control Emerging Inspection Systems -- Review of HACCP and HACCP-Based Food Control Systems -- An Overview of HACCP Implementation in the Seafood Industry -- Industry Considerations in HACCP Program Implementation -- HACCP Industry Application in Thailand -- Industry Considerations in HACCP Program Implementation -- HACCP in Ireland -- Seafood Quality Monitoring in Iceland HACCP Implementation in the Mexican Shrimp Industry -- Introduction of HACCP into Japanese Seafood -- Practical Experience in Applying EU Fish Hygiene Directives to Exporting Countries -- The CCIB Inspection and Quality Control System for Export Manufacturers of Aquatic Products -- EU Implementation of HACCP -- Special Hazards and Their Control -- Control of Indigenous Pathogenic Bacteria in Seafood -- The Status of Phycotoxin Research in Canada -- International Regulatory Aspects of Chemical and Drug Residues Essential Quality and Product Integrity Considerations -- Essential Quality and Product Integrity Considerations -- Fish Product Standards Development and Implementation -- A Canadian Perspective -- Standards Development and Implementation -- Essential Quality and Product Integrity Considerations in Industry Monitoring -- Integration of Computer and Laboratory Techniques for Species Identification Including Development of a Regulatory Fish Encyclopedia -- Special Quality Control Considerations in Handling and Processing Raw and Further Processed Products -- Proper Processing and Handling of Raw Tuna -- Specialty Quality Control Considerations in Handling and Processing Chilled and Frozen Fish -- Radiation Processing Overview -- Controlled Atmosphere Packaging -- The Application of a HACCP Plan for Ready-to-Eat Cooked Products in Processing Cooked Shrimp -- Monitoring of Parasites -- Control of Clostridium botulinum and Listeria monocytogenes in Smoked Fishery Products -- Application of the HACCP Principles in the Fish-Canning Industry in Morocco -- International Approaches to Control for Molluscan Shellfish -- Food Safety Assurance of New Zealand Shellfish -- The Monitoring and Surveillance of Molluscan Shellfish Waters in Australia -- The Changing Face of Monitoring in Canada -- HACCP Assessment of Oyster Depuration in Australia -- International Approaches to Control for Molluscan Shellfish Monitoring and Surveillance EU and CODEX -- Bacteriological Classification of Shellfish by Automated Malthus Conductance Methods -- International Hazard Control for Aquaculture -- Safety Hazards and the Application of the Hazards Analysis Critical Control Point System (HACCP) in Aquaculture -- Codex Alimentarius: Draft Code of Practice for the Products of Aquaculture -- Hazard Control in Aquaculture -- Quality Control and HACCP in the Catfish Industry -- Norwegian Hazard Controls for Aquaculture -- Chemical and Microbiological Studies on Fish from Egyptian Fish Cultures -- Control of Quality and Safety Hazards on Vessels -- Quality Assurance on Board Fishing Vessels -- HACCP and the Control of Quality Aboard Fishing and Processing Vessels -- Proper Shipboard Handling of Fresh Tuna for the Sushimi Market -- Russian Mother Vessels -- Introduction of HACCP 1996 -- Sanitation, a HACCP Prerequisite -- Sanitation Issues in a HACCP Program -- Sanitation and Food Hygiene in the Processing of Fish and Fishery Products -- Sensory Monitoring -- Use of Sensory Evaluation in Mandatory Inspection of Fish and Fishery Products -- NMFS Sensory Program -- Sensory Application in Thailand -- Strategic Applications for Sensory Evaluation at National Sea Products Limited -- Automated Sensory Procedures for Shrimp -- Rapid Tests and Sampling -- Application of FDA's Regulatory Fish Encyclopedia -- Inherent Risks in Acceptance Sampling -- Rapid Chemical Tests: Laboratory and Field Screening Methods for Seafood Analysis -- A Rapid, Easily Used Test Kit to Determine Histamine Concentrations in Fish <U+2013> Rapid Methods of Seafood Microbiological Analysis -- An Overview -- Automated Computer Systems -- Assessing Seafood Information Electronically -- Building and Maintaining HACCP Programs with Computers -- Automated Monitoring and Record-Keeping Systems -- Implementation of Regulatory HAACP -- Based Seafood Inspection Programs -- The New U.S. FDA HACCP Program -- Canada Implementation of the Quality Management Program -- A Regulatory Approach to HACCP -- The Australian Perspective -- HACCP Application in Thailand -- Quality Inspection of HACCP in China -- Regulatory Approach to HACCP in New Zealand -- Establishment of Seafood Quality Control Standards in the Sultanate of Oman -- Encouragement of the Seafood Industry by Introducing HACCP -- Development of a HACCP -- Based Integrated Quality Management Program (IQMP) of Fish and Fishery Products <U+2013> HACCP -- Based Inspection Programs: Mexican Experience <U+2013> HACCP -- Based Inspection Programs in Norway -- Brazil's Implementation of HACCP Programs <U+2013> HACCP -- Based Inspection Programs -- Polish Approach to the HACCP System in the Fish Industry -- Current Status of HACCP Applications in African Fisheries -- Problems and Prospects -- The Role of Government in the Implementation of New International Standards on the Processing of Fish and Fishery Products -- A Korean Perspective -- Training and Regulatory and Industry Personnel -- FAO's Experience in HACCP Training of Regulatory and Industry Personnel -- HACCP: A New Inspector Focus -- HACCP Training in Thailand -- Training and Regulatory and Industry Personnel -- The U.S. Seafood HACCP Alliance -- Industry Training at Iceland Seafood International -- HACCP Training by Satellite -- Role of Training in Business Development -- Equivalency and Inspection Agreements -- A Global Approach to Determining Equivalency between Inspection and Certification Systems -- FDA's View on Seafood Inspection Agreements Recommendations -- Canadian Official Development Assistance to the Oceans and Fisheries Sector -- Chile's National Fisheries Service Approach to HACCP
Control code
l80097060270
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxiv, 802 p
Isbn
9781566765466
Lccn
lc97060270
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill

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