Training Program on Good Food Laboratory Practices (GFLP) in Army Food Laboratory, Delhi from 15th - 19th May 2017. (Uploaded on: 20.04.2017)
Nominations for "Training of Trainers" Program on Analysis of Mycotoxins at ICAR-NRCG, Pune from 24th - 28th April 2017. (Uploaded on: 23.03.2017)
Nominations for "Training of Trainers" Program on Analysis of Pesticide residues at ICAR-NRCG, Pune from 01st - 05th May 2017. (Uploaded on: 23.03.2017)
Nominations for "Training of Trainers" Program on Analysis of Pesticide residues at NIPHM , Hyderabad from 20th - 24th March 2017. (Uploaded on: 06.03.2017)
Awareness program of State laboratories by NABL to enable NABL accrediation for the Eastern Region - dated 16th February 2017 at Kolkota. (Uploaded on: 02.02.2017)
Awareness program of State laboratories by NABL to enable NABL accrediation for the Western Region - dated 23rd February 2017 at Mumbai. (Uploaded on: 02.02.2017)
Awareness program of State laboratories by NABL to enable NABL accrediation on dated 27th Jan. 2017 at Chennai.
Awareness program of State laboratories by NABL to enable NABL accrediation on dated 24th Dec. 2016.
Orientation Programme for Food Safety Officers(5 days) notified by the State under the provisions of Food Safety & Standards Act, 2006(FSSA)- Reg
Training Programme of Designated Officers from 15-11-2011 to 18-11-2011 at Gujrat - Reg
Training Programme of Designated Officers from 13-09-2011 to 16-09-2011 - Reg
Training Programme of Designated Officers from 05-09-2011 to 09-09-2011 - Reg (Dated : 05-09-2011)
Capacity Building Programme for Designated Officer, Adjudicating officers and Food Safety Officers – Reg. (Dated : 30-08-2011)
Training Programme for Designated Officers (Dated : 17-08-2011)
A one day Training Programme for local (Health) Authority and Food Safety Officers conducted on 6th January, 2011 under the TOT Programme. This TOT Programme has been attended by dignities of Gujarat. The programme covered below mentioned topic:
Food Safety during manufacturing, transportation and Storage of food
Provisions of Food Safety & Standards Act, 2006
Food Hygiene Consumer awareness on Food Safety.
Demonstration on instant testing kit.
Capacity Building Development Programmes for Food Safety Regulators
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India(FSSAI) has been operationalising various provisions of the FSS Act, 2006 and so far 43 Sections of the FSS Act, which deals with various provisions like creating State Food Safety Commissioners, Designated officers, Adjudicating officers, Food Safety Officers, Rules & procedures for Food Safety Tribunals etc have been notified. The remaining provisions are going to be notified shortly. Hence , the food safety personnel across the Country need to equip and enrich themselves about the shift in the shortest possible time, failing which the food safety works would suffer serious setbacks and would nullify the positive changes that are purported to be brought in by the new Act(FSSA). The existing food regulatory staffs is focused on sampling and prosecution and may not be equipped to carry out the much wider range of responsibilities envisaged under the new act. Similarly the food Safety regulators including State Food Safety Commissioners , Designated officers, Adjudicating officers and Food Safety Officers has to acquire requisite dedicated national level Capacity building programme for various categories of Prevention of Food Adulteration (PFA) Act, 1954 and involved in granting licenses to various categories of Food Business Operators. In this backdrop, FSSAI has devised interim induction programmes modules to be taken up as an initial exercise to make existing food safety regulators well acquainted with wide spectrum of regulatory provisions and new concepts developed in various regulatory mechanisms under the FSS Act, 2006. These are programmes for Training of Trainers (ToT) and it is advisable that each State/UT nominates appropriate officers for these programmes. The Officials nominated need to have aptitude and flair for training others and should be made available subsequently for Training programmes within the State (and elsewhere, in case FSSAI finds them to be exceptionally suited). This will enable the concerned States to cope with the changed mandate of the FSS Act, 2006 and would make the migration smother for various stakeholders in the concerned States.