Consumer Safety Officer

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The Consumer Safety Officer (CSO), a professional position created by FSIS in 2001, serves as a representative of a district office within the agency. The CSO’s duties include focusing on in-plant inspection activities, serving on in-depth verification reviews, investigations, and other Agency reviews to assess the effectiveness of a plant's food safety control systems. In addition, a key responsibility of the CSO will be to assist with activities associated with the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act (SBREFA) which supports in-plant food safety inspection activities and helps small and very small establishments identify resources for the design and implementation of HACCP plans, SSOPs, E. coli testing plans, and microbiological control strategies.

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