FSIS Risk Assessment for Guiding Public Health-Based Poultry Slaughter Inspection: An Implementation Scenario-Based Approach
Quantitative probabilistic food safety risk assessment for FSIS-regulated poultry slaughter establishments
PUBLISHED ON Jul 1, 2014
LAST UPDATED Jul 1, 2014
Metadata Updated: April 24, 2018

This is a quantitative probabilistic food safety risk assessment. It examines the relationships between variations in inspection activities in FSIS-regulated poultry slaughter establishments and the prevalence of both Salmonella and Campylobacter on poultry (specifically young chicken and young turkey). The model predicts the probability of changes in prevalence of these pathogens that would subsequently be directly translated into changes in attributable human illnesses.