Food Risk Analysis: Micro-credential - A module on the UCD Prof Dip in Food Safety & Regulatory Science
Food Safety is an essential Public Health issue, without which there is a significant threat to health from foodborne disease. Understanding the legislation, policy, and science behind maintaining a safe food system is essential for regulatory bodies, government, and the agri-food industry. This micro-credential gives you all the convenience that online, flexible, learning offers, as well as an upskilling opportunity with strong industry alignment, and all the benefits that being a registered UCD student provides.#
In this micro-credential, you will examine the concept of risk analysis which includes: Risk Assessment, Risk Management & Risk Communication. You will learn about chemical and microbiological risk assessment, and
how these are used in the development of a food risk management strategy and a risk communication plan.
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