14-15 September 2021, FSO lab4 launched its first of three interactive workshops. The lab, managed and facilitated by Dr. Line Friis Lindner and Dr. Katherine Flynn from ISEKI-Food Association, aims at co-creating novel and innovative communication methods informing civil society about food safety research and the risk assessment process.

More than 20 lab participants representing food safety authorities, the food industry and consumer associations will work together in an online setting, developing pilot ideas for novel communication methods to be piloted by food safety authorities, the food industry and consumer associations as project partners of FoodSafety4EU.

Stay tuned to learn more about the progress of the FSOLab4 activities! 

The next workshop will take place on 8-9 November 2021.

3 days ago

➡️ On 14-15 September 2021, FSO lab4 launched its first of 3 interactive workshops!🔉 More than 20 lab participants developed pilot ideas for novel communication methods. 👉 Find out more: bit.ly/2Z28JKm ! ... See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago

🎉 Thanks to all participants for the great work and dedication put into our first cycle of FSO lab4!In the past two days we co-created 2 novel and innovative communication methods informing civil society about food safety research and the risk assessment process. ... See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago

🚀 Ready for the 2° day of work in FSOLab4! We will develop the pilot idea for the 3 stakeholder groups: food industry, food safety authorities & consumer organisations. ➡️ We'll identify the aspects that need to be addressed in the implementation of the communication methods. ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

💡 Participants have come to an agreement formulating 1 pilot idea on communication methods informing civil society about food safety research and the risk assessment process. Tomorrow, we will start prototyping the pilot idea to be implemented by the pilot hosts! 💻Stay tuned! ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

➡️ Lab participants in groups have reflected on the various aspects of effective #foodsafety and risk assessment communication to civil society that needs to be addressed. 🎉 Interesting and highly relevant aspects have come up! ... See MoreSee Less
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