Food Safety Culture Training

Food Safety Culture Training

Food Safety Culture Training

All companies has some type of culture that it is necessary to be change management and employee education. Management and employees must learn management techniques that will leave a lasting impact, break many barriers creating a positive food safety culture, and learn how to build a food safety culture that will positively affect the food safety programs in your facility. The food safety culture it refers to what employees do every day. Simply put, food safety culture embodies a company’s approach to food safety and the attitudes of its employees from the second they set foot in the facility to the moment they leave.  

Course Description

Developing a Positive Safety Culture
 

Food Safety Culture Plan has become an essential element for food companies today to compliance with GFSI audits. A positive company environment will improve employee morale, but it also helps with increasing food safety awareness and best practices, reducing risk the potential.

Who Should Attend And Benefit From Taking The Course

Senior management, middle management and other employees who recognize the impact that a positive culture has on food safety risks, employee morale and organizational compliance. The organization as a whole benefits from a positive culture. Upper management as well as managers, supervisors and production employees play a role in establishing and maintain a positive culture of food safety.

Topics Students Will Learn

  • Describe the concept of food safety culture, leadership behaviors, and maturity levels

  • Evaluate an organization’s and leaders’ current food safety behaviors

  • Evaluate the readiness of an organization to improve its culture of food safety

  • Build an action plan to improve an organization’s culture of food safety

  • Explain how to drive lasting improvements through goal setting, nudging, and consequences

  • Culture of food safety

  • How employee retention affects your culture

  • The impact a positive culture has on an organization

  • Employee engagement: How to get your employees involved in your culture plan

  • The role of senior management

  • Culture in high performing organizations

  • Habits that impact culture

  • Culture plan development

  • Establishing a team

  • Evaluating your current culture

  • Goal setting

  • Measuring progress

  • Maintaining and improving the plan

  • Adapting to your results

  • Approach food safety culture with an "all in" mindset

  • Explain and justify how food safety culture impacts organizational success

  • Apply practical everyday actions toward strengthening your company's food safety culture

  • Influence others within your company

  • Identify barriers to a strong food safety culture and

  • Communicate how everyone - from the CEO to the front-line staff - contributes to a strong food safety culture

More information 
Course duration: 8 hours session
Cost: $440