2nd RIBMINS Scientific Conference – “Towards the Future of Meat Safety Assurance”

The second RIBMINS Scientific Conference has been held in hybrid format on 7-8th April 2022 in Cordoba (Spain).

Conference programme

Book of Abstracts


Rens van Dobbenburgh: The role of the veterinarian in improving the integrity of the food chainvideo
Arja Kautto: Digital transformation in meat inspection at slaughter and game handling – Opportunities for the futurevideo
Steve Hathaway: Risk-based assurance systems for fresh meat: A work in progressvideo

Ivar Vagsholm: WG1 updatevideo
Lis Alban: Mapping of detection and management of residues of antimicrobials in pigs delivered to an abattoirvideo
Mati Roasto: Salmonella enterica in the Estonian meat production chainvideo
Simone Belluco: Critical elements of meat safety assurance efficacyvideo

Diana Meemken: WG2 updatevideo
Ting-Ting Li: Food Chain Information: Results from a Europe-wide online-survey on the status quo and improvements for broilers, pigs, and bovinesvideo
Maria Rodrigues da Costa: Using systematic reviews to assess the effectiveness of pre-harvest meat safety interventions to control foodborne pathogens in broilers, pigs and bovinevideo

Dragan Antic: WG3 updatevideo
Morgane Salines: Pig abattoir interventions in a risk-based meat safety assurance system: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the efficacy of interventions to reduce microbiological contamination on pig carcassesvideo
Nikolaos Dadios: Beef abattoir interventions in a risk-based meat safety assurance system: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the efficacy of interventions to reduce microbiological contamination of beef carcasses with Escherichia colivideo

Ole Alvseike: WG4 updatevideo
Marianne Sandberg: VetInspector – a computer vision system for post mortem inspection of chickenvideo
Madalena Vieira-Pinto / Riikka Laukkanen-Ninios: A European survey on post-mortem inspection of finishing pigsvideo

Sophia Johler: WG5 updatevideo
Eduarda Gomes-Neves: A survey for the assessment of demographics and training needs of official veterinarians in Europevideo
Janne Holthe: Different interpretations of legislation in European countriesvideo


Abdulla KhalidThe impact of slaughter processing on Escherichia coli and cephalosporin-resistant Escherichia coli concentrations on broiler chicken carcasses
Lis AlbanAssessment of risk to humans related to Salmonella in bile on pig carcasses
Egon AndoniStudy of the presence of Echinococcus cysts in bovine carcasses in the public slaughterhouse of Tirana
Jaime Ángel Gata DíazAssessment of the hygiene and food safety criteria for the rabbit slaughter process
Jaime Ángel Gata DíazAssessment of the prevalence of microbial antibiotic resistance in rabbit slaughterhouses
Maria Beatriz RemoaldoEvaluation of indicators to support risk-based meat inspection in poultry
Maria Beatriz RemoaldoImportance of traumatic injuries observed during the post-mortem inspection of broiler
Paulo CarneiroRetrospective analysis of broiler carcass condemnations in Portuguese abattoirs (2014-2019)
Silvio De LucaAssociation between gastric lesions at the slaughterhouse and anti-inflammatory drugs use in Italian heavy pigs
Alice GomesThe influence of tail biting on pig carcass considering different production systems and tail length
Alice GomesImportance of using a scarring score to classify tail biting lesions on pigs’ carcasses at the abattoir
Luca GrispoldiCorrelation between airborne bacteria, carcasses dirtiness and hygiene indicators of bovine carcasses in the slaughterhouse environment
Brigita HenglLegislative framework for meat inspection system in Croatia
Małgorzata KorzeniowskaSelected microbiological risks of chickens breast muscles myopathies in relation to physicochemical and histopathological changes
Dragana Ljubojević PelićAntimicrobial resistance of E. coli isolates recovered from the pig slaughterhouse line in Serbia
Theofilos PapadopoulosEpidemiology of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus in nasal cavities of slaughtered small ruminants in a Greek abattoir
Silva FilipaSupervision of the official control of food of animal origin from third countries: the case of gizzards from Brazil at the border control post of Lisbon’s port in 2020

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