For many years, the ICMSF has published its work in books and publications. To complement these, the Commission has developed video clips to provide science-based advice and guidance on appraising and controlling the microbiological safety of food that supports public health protection and facilitates fair trade. All the ICMSF videos are accessible on our YouTube channel.
ICMSF sampling playlist
Using the ICMSF Sampling Plan Tool to assess the performance of Microbiological Criteria. Part 1: MCs for Listeria monocytogenes in Ready to Eat Foods, Leon G M Gorris (2020)
Video (15:42) | Presentation
Using the ICMSF Sampling Plan Tool to assess the performance of Microbiological Criteria. Part 2: MC for Listeria monocytogenes in RTE Foods not supporting growth, Leon G M Gorris (2020)
Video (20:27) | Presentation
Using the ICMSF Sampling Plan Tool to assess the performance of Microbiological Criteria. Part 3: MC for Listeria monocytogenes in RTE Foods supporting growth, Leon G M Gorris (2020)
Video (16:28) | Presentation
The ICMSF acknowledges all members for their contributions to the concepts and practical advice of the Commission that is the basis of these video clips. In particular, the current and former members that provided this 2017 video playlist are commended for their initiative and pioneering work.
The work of the Commission has been supported by a range of contributors over the years, including financial and in-kind support from organisations that members are or have been affiliated. The production of the 2017 videos was made possible through financial contributions to the ICMSF Sustaining Fund. Donations from the Wal-Mart Food Safety Collaboration Center (Beijing) and others to the ICMSF Sustaining Fund are acknowledged in this regard.
We are grateful to the staff of Multimedia Wageningen University for their skillful support during recording of the 2017 video clips.
The original clips were recorded in English. English subtitles are available and translated versions are being considered. Those interested in collaborating with the Commission to provide additional language versions are encouraged to contact the ICMSF.