Hoping to get some input here. Our Senior Management Team is developing an emerging leaders training program that the staff can apply for. The aim is for the employees who want to develop within the company to learn more of the deeper aspect about each department to give them a broader knowledge of how it all works together.
They're supposed to be 3-4 hours sessions and so far I have the below as topics to cover. Is there anything else that anyone could think of that could be of benefit?
4. Quality Assurance in Manufacturing
Scope / Learning Objectives
- Legislative requirements - GMP, Food Safety, HACCP, Food Fraud & Defense
- QA in production - impact and importance
- Cohesive manufacturing and QA interactions
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