Nurturing a Behavioral Based Food Safety Culture(2 customer reviews)
Purchase the training recording from July 26, 2019 to experience the full 3-hour training session along with the presentation slides, templates, end test and certificate of attendance.
Instructor: Dr. David Rosenblatt, Training Specialist, Sher Consulting and Training
Facilitator: Simon Timperley, Administrator, IFSQN
Cost per attendee: $97.00 USD
Training Course Outline:
The "Nurturing a Behavioral Based Food Safety Culture" Webinar is suitable for all decision makers anywhere along the food and feed supply chain from farm to fork.
This Webinar will be especially beneficial for high level managers, HR personnel, food safety managers, trainers and consultants.
The training program consists of a 3-hour webinar with polls and question and answer sessions. After the Webinar there is an online test covering the topics taught in the course. An IFSQN Academy certificate is awarded to all candidates that pass the exam.
Over and over again out industry faces food safety incidents that, in hindsight, were 100% preventable. This occurs in organizations certified to high level standards which include an in-depth HACCP program.
Root cause analysis most often uncovers human behavior as the source of failure; however, we now understand that the roots go much deeper. How is it possible that the same person, with the same knowledge and the same background, faced with the same set of rules and regulations, will behave differently in two different organizations?
Neuroscience is now providing learning specialists a new understanding of what makes people do what they do and how it is connected to organizational culture.
All attendees receive:
- Copy of the training material (PDF)
- Personalized IFSQN Training Academy Certificate awarded on successful completion of the course and end test
- 30 day access to the webinar recording
- Case studies
- Fundamentals of employee behavior: human error and forgetfulness, competence and motivation
- Characteristics of a food safety culture and how they affect behavior
- The building blocks of culture: leadership, symbols of uniformity (icons, uniforms, language, ritual), behavioral procedures, employee involvement