The probability of occurrence of risks as seen from the European and Chinese management of veterinary drug residues and food safety from animal products is presented and critically compared and evaluated.
The vulnerabilities in the management plan of Europe and China when it comes to handling veterinary drug residues and food safety from the veterinary public health perspective is discussed.
The impact of any form of risk that could happen because of the failure of regulatory governance of the Europe and Chinese management of veterinary drug residues
Discussions are carried out for the European and Chinese management on these three elements. Based on the comparative critical analysis recommendations are made for improving the risks management.
Based on the risks response planning, a risks response planning, the risks are assigned to different zones. Each of these risks are assigned different zones in the risk impact matrix. The ones that are high impact and have a high probability of occurrence are present in the red zone. The risks that have a medium probability and also a medium impact are present in the yellow zone and the risks that are have very little impact and may not occur at all are present in the green zone. The major risks are hence those that falls in the yellow and the red zones.
For the major risks, this research will propose ways to
Avoid the risks– This is done by the elimination of the threat by elimination of the cause for it. Here a comparative analysis on the types of risks that are identified in the European and Chinese management of risks setting for the Veterinary public health impact because of residual veterinary drug in animal products are discussed.
Risk mitigation is done by means of identifying the ways to reduce the probability and the occurrence of the risk. In the case of European and Chinese management of risks there would be obvious risk mitigation strategies present (Montfort, 2005). These risks mitigation strategies are discussed for loopholes and recommendations are made.
Accept – Nothing will be done. For some risks there is nothing that can be done. Here the purpose of this research is to analyze if it is possible to create some form of an international plan in order to ensure that even the acceptable forms of risks are also mitigated or recorded.
The final step is to ensure the transfer of the risk. This will make the risk transferable to someone else. The party that will be responsible for the risk will be someone other than the one who has to suffer it. This risk transfer section will not be discussed in research.