The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration

How can we ensure the quality of our meat?

The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration – Government – 2016

  • The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration
    Challenge

    Improving the education

    The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration (DVFA) performs veterinary meat inspection in abattoirs. All animals butchered in Denmark have been inspected by the DVFA, who check for contagious diseases, problems of animal welfare as well as diseases that can be transferred to humans via food. To improve the education of their employees, the DVFA wanted to develop a course in meat inspection to all the administration’s employees in the country’s abattoirs.

  • The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration
    Solution

    Bite-sized learning

    MOCH helped DVFA with creating a solution, which educates the employees about veterinary inspections of poultry, pigs and cattle. To prevent information overload, we developed a course with bite-sized content - an effective solution that simplifies and improves their processes.

  • The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration
    Result

    Better prevention and control

    The solution gives the employees the right tools to ensure the animal welfare as well as proper handling of meat to prevent diseases being transmitted to consumers. By establishing a close link between training modules and daily work processes, the solution ensures transfer of knowledge and improvement in the mindset and behaviour of the employees.