Health Improvement and Modernisation Programme

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Health Improvement and Modernisation Programme

A rolling three-year strategic plan developed jointly in the UK by all partner organisations which have an interest in, or an impact on, health-related issues, including key health indicators, organisational change (Shifting the Balance), Patient Advice and Information Service and patient forums.
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In November 2014, USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) decided to continue its HIMP trial in hog slaughter plants, based on an evaluation of the pilot program.
While HIMP is directed at the inspection and maintenance of the unit's structure, the companion Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) notation addresses the manner in which the machinery and equipment on board the unit is maintained, including replacement and repair strategies that are pre-emptive in their approach.
* Mandating formalized training for plant personnel that participate in HIMP.
However, Billy's statement noted that "The union leadership misrepresented the facts when talking with the media, and their statements conflict with those we have received from inspectors in the pilot plants who support the new system." Information on the FSIS website points out that contrary to published reports, there will be more food safety checks under HIMP than under the regular HACCP rules, with federal inspectors examining all carcasses.
The HACCP inspection models project (HIMP) marks the first time USDA has measured the accomplishments of the current food safety system.
Under HIMP (HACCP-based inspection models project), "sorting" of carcasses that federal inspectors have traditionally conducted is done instead by plant employees.
A security source told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that a security force carried out a special quality operation in the vicinity of the village of Himps within the villages of Arab Jabour north of Muqdadiyah northeast of Baquba, killing a leader in the IS and two of his aides indicating that the operation was based on intelligence information identified the existence of the IS militants.