Day: November 21, 2018

Understanding Good Food Safety Culture

A strong food safety culture will prevent further outbreaks, says Dr Pieternel Luning, visiting from Wageningen University in the Netherlands. However, it is unlikely we will ever reach zero.
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Food Safety Culture Top Tips

Take an assessment of your current food safety culture – what’s happening, what isn’t

Employee characteristics (food safety attitudes & values, food risk perceptions)
Organisational characteristics (leadership, commitment, communication style, food safety/hygiene procedures)
Food safety management system (design & operation)
Facilitative technological resources (protective clothing, food safety/hygiene tools)

Look at what you can actually see within an organisation

Values on display
Hygiene facilities
Understanding of procedures

People, process, purpose, practicality – think about these four areas when creating the right food safety culture in your organisation.

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