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FSIS Issues Draft Guidelines On In-Plant Video Monitoring

The USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) recently issued draft guidelines to assist meat and poultry establishments that want to improve operations by using in-plant video monitoring.

The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) recently issued draft guidelines to assist meat and poultry establishments that want to improve operations by using in-plant video monitoring.

The purpose of the draft guidance is to make firms aware that video or other electronic monitoring or recording equipment may be used in federally inspected establishments where meat and poultry are processed. Establishments may choose to use video or other electronic recording equipment for various purposes including ensuring that livestock are handled humanely, that good commercial practices are followed, monitoring product inventory, or conducting establishment security. Records from video or other electronic monitoring or recording equipment may also be used to meet FSIS' record-keeping requirements.

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