BIOSECURITY REINFORCED: Webinar #1/9 - General Aspects of Biosecurity

Date:                January 28
Venue:              5:00 PM - 5:45 PM Singapore Standard Time (webinar)

Organiser:         Sanphar
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Webinar series on biosecurity in livestock breeding: Sanphar in co-operation with Vilofoss (Stalosan) & Ghent University (biocheck.ugent). 


About this Event


Join the Sanphar science-based webinar series with top-of-their-class researchers of Ghent University and the technical experts of Vilofoss. Learn in nine installments of 30 minutes (plus time for Q&A) about how biosecurity contributes to business continuity in livestock breeding and how the biocheck.ugent concept and professional hygiene solutions support you with this.


WEBINAR #1: General aspects of biosecurity


> General aspects of biosecurity.


> What is biosecurity?


> Why is it important to have an established biosecurity plan?


> What is external and internal biosecurity?


Your speakers:


Drs. Nele Caekebeke


Drs. Caekebeke, a PhD student, is working since 2017 at the Department of Epidemiology of Ghent University (Belgium) including projects like anti-microbial use (AMU) reduction through improved biosecurity and coaching in pig and poultry production. Since 2018, she has given biosecurity training to an international public. Currently, she is part of the Biocheck-team at Ghent University.


Dr. Palmen Nikolov DVM


Dr. Nikolov draws from more than 20 years of experience in animal health and feed additives. Since 2010, he is Stalosan technical manager, regulatory affairs and quality system manager at Vilofoss. His expertise includes biosecurity, animal health, and food safety as well as regulation and quality management. He has travelled globally to advise farms to improve their production from the viewpoint of biosecurity.



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