Core tip: there are numerous cases of "superstition" electronic monitoring in urban management, such as installing Beidou System on vehicles to prevent private use of public vehicles As a result, he was ridiculed that "ten thousand navigation systems can't catch up with a district master"; for example, in order to accurately grasp the health information of each tree, he invested millions of yuan to apply for "tree ID card". As a result, the trees fell down and the vehicles did not have an early warning; and the manhole cover also built a digital information management system, but it has not been heard that it has played a role
How to ensure food safety by fully covering canteens of primary and secondary schools and kindergartens with electronic eyes? I'm afraid the first question the government departments have to answer when launching this project is: why should we focus on strengthening the video surveillance of canteens in primary and secondary schools and kindergartens instead of other places? Are these canteens the places with the highest frequency of food safety accidents? When the whole society is anxious about food safety, what is the basis for choosing to install electronic eye in school canteen?
Food safety involves many links, from production, processing to circulation, storage, and so on, each link needs corresponding supervision. So, why does the "food at ease" project focus on monitoring the school canteen? Is this link the most accidents? If the data prove that there are more food safety problems in other links, the government departments are exerting force here in the canteen, is the direction deviated?
What's more, who will pay for installing video surveillance systems in the canteens of primary and secondary schools and kindergartens? Who will pay for the daily operation and maintenance costs? If the school manages the logistics of the canteen, what are the reasons? Are enterprises obliged to pay for the installation of electronic eyes to facilitate the supervision of government departments? If the money is paid by the government, the taxpayer should also ask why the electronic eye is worth it? Can it really work?
It must be pointed out that once the government departments regard food safety as a "food safety project", then based on the logic of performance appraisal, it will inevitably require the construction of some visible and tangible hardware facilities to cope with the inspection, and prove what they have done after all. But whether these measures have been fully demonstrated and whether they are correct or not The place is not necessarily well considered.
There are numerous cases of "superstition" of electronic monitoring in urban management. For example, in order to prevent private use of public vehicles, Beidou system was installed on vehicles. As a result, it was ridiculed that "ten thousand navigation systems can not catch up with a district master"; for example, in order to accurately grasp the health information of each tree, millions of yuan were invested in the "tree ID card". As a result, the trees fell down and the vehicles did not have a warning; and manhole covers were also built The digital information management system, however, has not yet been heard to play a role
In the face of this situation that supervision depends on monitoring once in a while but it does not play a role in the whole network monitoring. Maybe the government should seriously reflect on this situation: is it really necessary to monitor school canteens with electronic eyes from the perspective of utility? Is this the best way to alleviate the current public anxiety about food safety? In fact, in order to ensure food safety, the most important thing the government departments should do is to ask the public's opinions first to find out where the weak links are, rather than rush to spread nets to carry out large-scale monitoring projects. For example, there are problems in the production sources of the garbage vegetables in Panyu. What is the use of monitoring canteens?