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#1 jalvarado

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Posted 14 May 2013 - 08:34 PM

I am working on a training session that is simple, but comprehensive enough for floor operators to understand SQF....and meet the training requirement for training on SQF.  Does anyone have any suggestions or examples of what they have used to train individual operators on this requirement?

 

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Posted 14 May 2013 - 09:06 PM

Hello jalvarado - I would start at looking at the requirements of the Modules and put the major ones into short, easy to understand, statements. Most Operators aren't interested in the nitty gritty of the SQF Code language, so a shorter, easier to understand format that explains what is required, why it needs to be done, and what it means to them should get you on the right road.

 

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Posted 15 May 2013 - 12:03 AM

I am working on a training session that is simple, but comprehensive enough for floor operators to understand SQF....and meet the training requirement for training on SQF.  Does anyone have any suggestions or examples of what they have used to train individual operators on this requirement?

 

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There is a great section in the SQF Code manual for Edition 7 and further for 7.1 - use the beginning part of what is in that manual, it explains in very simple terms what SQF is, etc. It's well thought out and frankly, it's easy to remember, internalize, etc.


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Posted 20 June 2013 - 03:51 PM

There is a great section in the SQF Code manual for Edition 7 and further for 7.1 - use the beginning part of what is in that manual, it explains in very simple terms what SQF is, etc. It's well thought out and frankly, it's easy to remember, internalize, etc.

Good suggestion and it is quite clear.



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Posted 25 June 2013 - 09:17 PM

Perhaps you could spend a short time on the floor with the operators and ask them some questions such as; "What do you think we could do to better protect our product from contamination?"," What do you do during your shift to ensure that we are producing a safe quality product.?", "Do you see anything right now in or around the product zone that puts our product at risk?". These questions may help open the eyes of your operators to what everyone must see if the code is to be successfully implemented, it will engage the operators, and it may be a good segue into the more pedantic aspects of the training if you include PowerPoint. 






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