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The primary goal of inspection is to make decisions on the disposition of carcasses—not specific etiologic or morphologic diagnoses. Thus, condemnation data provided by FSIS reveal little about the public health merits of inspection. , approximately three diagnosed cases of tuberculosis on average are found within each million animals slaughtered) and are detected with equal frequency under SIS-C and traditional systems (data provided by FSIS, see Appendix B). IMPACT OF SIS-C ON CONSUMERS, INSPECTORS, AND PLANTS Consumers Although SIS-C is not directed primarily toward human health risks, it should have no adverse effect on the health of consumers of meat and edible by-products.
Analysis of 1985-1989 data from the FSIS Animal Disease Reporting System (ADRS) indicated no discernible difference in condemnation rates or causes of condemnation between SISC procedures and traditional inspection, nor were there differences in the rates of carcasses passed with restrictions. However, the rate of condemnation in the five pilot plants increased after conversion to SIS-C. The primary goal of inspection is to make decisions on the disposition of carcasses—not specific etiologic or morphologic diagnoses.
Page breaks are true to the original; line lengths, word breaks, heading styles, and other typesetting-specific formatting, however, cannot be retained, and some typographic errors may have been accidentally inserted. Please use the print version of this publication as the authoritative version for attribution. THE PROPOSED SIS RULE 19 examined by plant employees and all dressing nonconformances and designated trimmable conditions are removed. The goal of these procedures is to produce wholesome carcasses and edible by-products, according to specific product standards.