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JesseG

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Posted 30 October 2011 - 10:36 PM

:helpplease: Hi,
I work in the baking industry and currently have a Food Safety Induction that is done with new employees. (It is on paper that I go over with them since we do not have the facilities for a powerpoint presentation etc.) I was wondering if I could get some other examples, perhaps I have missed something or I could do better. It has to be quite simple with not a lot of writing for an assessment in the end since alot of our employees have trouble writing long sentences.
Cheers,
Paula


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Posted 08 November 2011 - 10:11 PM

It would be a good idea if you could give us an overview of your current induction training or just post a contents lists and I'm sure members will chip in with some ideas.

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 08:47 AM

Hi,
Induction training program depends on level of designation.
For managerial or supervisory level, you should have a scheduled induction program with each department of your industry.
For food handlers--who are in direct contact with product, you may introduce laminated employee hand book with pictorial representation of specific and generic requirements to your process.
E.g:
Baking is the process step:
1. list the generic and specific requirements to this area.
2. represent them in pictorial form with minimum essential wordings
3. laminate them
4. hand over these charts to the supervisor at this area.
5. the supervisor explains to the new employees using these charts and take signatures in the training record
6. these charts and training records could be placed with supervisor and collected by the Food Safety team member or team leader on monthly basis.

Hope the above steps meet your requirements

:helpplease: Hi,
I work in the baking industry and currently have a Food Safety Induction that is done with new employees. (It is on paper that I go over with them since we do not have the facilities for a powerpoint presentation etc.) I was wondering if I could get some other examples, perhaps I have missed something or I could do better. It has to be quite simple with not a lot of writing for an assessment in the end since alot of our employees have trouble writing long sentences.
Cheers,
Paula



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Posted 05 February 2015 - 02:12 PM

any other example?



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Posted 06 February 2015 - 04:43 PM

This is a pretty generic handout you can fold along the lines & have them sign


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