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Workshop on Canadian Practices in Standards and Food Safety Systems
May 16, 2016 - May 17, 2016- Jakarta
Building the capacity of government officials to negotiate multilateral, regional, and bilateral trade agreements and to establish and implement an export promotion strategy has become a priority for Indonesia. The TPSA Project undertook a two-day workshop in May 2016 that explored how Indonesian SMEs can increase their exports by strengthening their involvement in the standards and food safety areas, and how government agencies and business associations can align their activities to make good use of standards and regulations to support exports of SMEs to Canada and other countries. Over 30 officials from the government and private sector attended the workshop led by experts from the Standards Council of Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
- Activity Brief: TPSA Project Conducts a Workshop to Share Canadian Practices in Standards and Food Safety Systems
- Presentation: Overview of the Learning Objectives of the Workshop/Roundtable
- Presentation: Introduction to the Canadian Standardization System
- Presentation: Introduction to the Canadian Food Safety and SPS Systems
- Presentation: Canada’s Participation in International Standards Bodies and WTO/TBT: Promotion of Canada’s Trade with Other Countries
- Presentation: The Canadian Accreditation System and Conformity Assessment Infrastructure
- Presentation: Compliance with the Food Safety, Animal Health and Plant Health Regulations in Canada
- Presentation: Case Studies of Canadian Standards/Food Safety Systems and Canada’s Imports/Exports
- Presentation: Case Study: Mad Cow Disease and the Canadian Traceability System
- Presentation: Case Study: Raw Milk Cheese
- Reading List