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Poultry Technical Seminar - Towards Resolving Public Health Issues
Last updated: 17/07/18

Poultry Technical Seminar - Towards Resolving Public Health Issues

Seminar Organiser: FLFAM Technical Committee in collaboration with Department of Veterinary Services, Malaysia and Agro-Food Productivity Nexus supported by Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC)


Date: 19th July, 2018 (Thursday)
Time: 9.00 am – 12.30pm
Venue: Dewan Auditorium, Makmal Kesihatan Awam Veterinar (MKAV),
Salak Tinggi, Selangor. GPS: 2.814336, 101.724724

Seminar fees: Free but participants limited to 200 pax. First come first served
12 CPD Points will be given.

Introduction

The poultry industry in Malaysia has developed to a successful and productive industry in the country; providing quality protein in terms of chicken meat and eggs to consumers in this country within affordable prices. Malaysia has a self-sufficiency of poultry meat at 103%, and the poultry sector has contributed to the 78% of the RM21 billion livestock industry in the country. The industry has good potential for growth in the export market.

While the poultry industry has progressed substantially over the years with many farmers showing high productivity there are still room for improvement in others. A large number of farms are still subjected to seasonal disease challenges affecting productivity. Over and above that there are some current issues of concerns especially public health concerns like antimicrobial resistance, environmental issues waste management and fly control, and animal welfare issues. At the same time, the introduction of intervention measures should not compromise the sustainability of the industry and its ability to continue providing quality and affordable products to consumers.

Many seminars and conferences have been organised and had elaborated on these issues. However more advocacy and behaviour change communication are required to reach the target audience; i.e. the poultry players in the supply chain from ‘farm to fork’.

Seminar focus

  • A holistic approach towards solving the public health, environmental
  • Trends in antimicrobial resistance in poultry farms
  • Odour and fly management in open and closed houses in poultry farms
  • Risk Management of health hazards in poultry supply chain

Who Should Attend

  • Poultry farmers, transporters, processors and integrators
  • State Veterinary Directors in the Dept. of Veterinary Services
  • Veterinarians in poultry farms and related industries

Registration fee:

Free but participants limited to 200 pax. First come first service
CPD point will be given.

Contact Details for enquiries and registration:
Ms Chan and Mr Chang Kum Wah
Tel. +603 5633 1779 Fax. +603 5634 2015
email: chan@flfam.org.my, info@flfam.org.my

Kindly provide name, company name, HP no and email for registration.
Any cancellation of registration must inform early.

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Seminar Program

8.30 – 9.00 am Registration and breakfast

9.00 – 9.15 am Welcome Address by Datuk Jeffrey Ng, President of FLFAM

09:15 – 09:25 am Opening remarks by Dato' Mohd Razali Hussain, Director General of Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC)

09:25 – 09:45 am Veterinary Drug Residue Monitoring in Poultry between 2013 to 2017 by Pn Marni bt Sapar, Research Division, Department of Veterinary Services (DVS)

09:45 – 10.15 am The WHO and OIE Conflict: Variations in Global Critically Important Antibiotic Classifications by Dr Shabbir Simjee, Global Regulatory & Technical Advisor - Microbiology & Antimicrobials, Elanco Animal Health, Basingstoke, UK

10:15 – 10:45 am Tea Break

10:45 – 11:15 am Odour and fly management in open and closed poultry house by Dr Tan Ee Seng, AGCO GSI (M) Sdn Bhd

11.15– 11.45 am A holistic approach towards solving public health and environmental problems by Dr Yap Teow Chong, Deputy Chairman of Technical Advisory Unit, FLFAM

11.45 – 12.15pm Questions and Answers

12.15 – 1.15 pm Lunch

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