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SevDre

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Posted 27 September 2013 - 07:23 AM

Hello everyone!

Is there a PowerPoint presentation for the in-company training I cant find or can you tell me what it definitely has to contain?

 

My presentation now has:
-General information about BRC

-Personal and company hygienic-requirements

-Work Wear including How to care, wash and transport

-When to wear beard- and hairnets

-Washing hands (Before and after Work, break)

-Wearing jewelry and accessoirs, nails, piercings, clocks, chains, earrings, cellphones

-what to do when your hurt

-Eating, drinking, smoking -not allowed in production

-Pest control

-Where to put the equipment (Broom etc.)

-containment of more risks like glass- brittlebreak, metalcontamination,...

-Visitors

 

 

Thats about it....Thanks for any opinion/thought/help

 

 

-André


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Posted 27 September 2013 - 08:38 AM

What do you mean 'in-company training'? Is it 'induction training' for new hired workers or 'refresh training' for existing / returning workers?

Normally, 'induction training' should include 1) bried information about the company (e.g. organization chart, location / layout, products produced in the company, etc.), 2) company policies and rules, 3) GMP and SSOP, and 4) basic requirements of the standards that the company certificated or planned to certificate(e.g. HACCP, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 22000, BRC, SQF, etc.)

During this 'induction training', it will be good to cover all topics e.g. personnel hygiene rules, health condition - illness/accident report, food defense (restricted areas for only authorized person), allergen, incidents/emergency handling,and work safety.

It might not need to be too detail during the induction training, but at least all workers who worked in the food industries should know or aware of all requirements. However, specific groups of people (based on responsibility) will be subjected for extra training in detail for certain topics.

Hope my ideas can help. :)



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Posted 27 September 2013 - 08:59 AM

I mean a BRC/IoP training for all employees what is needed for the certification.

So what I need are the (4)) Basic requirements the employees should know and what they have to do.(e.g. transport of work clothing only in provided bags)

 

but yeah your ideas do help thanks a lot!


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Posted 04 October 2013 - 06:38 AM

Looks like you've got it mostly covered. What about?:

Site security

Cleaning

Waste Control

Sickness reporting (completion of return to work form & medical clearance)

First Aid & control of plasters/dressings

Control of Knives

Control of Stationary

Cleandown after maintenance/permit to work

Storage

 

Regards,

 

Tony



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