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Posted 03 September 2020 - 02:14 PM

Food Safety Culture and COVID-19

 

Start Time: 4:45 PM London, 11:45 AM New York

 

Brita Ball, Principal Consultant, Food Safety Professional, Advancing Food Safety Culture, Brita Ball & Associates

 

Food businesses have been adapting many of their procedures and systems to be able to continue delivering products to customers during the COVID-19 pandemic. While focusing efforts on reducing pandemic-related health risks, organisations must also keep food safety as a priority. Firms with positive food safety culture continue to remain focused on food safety, meet regulatory requirements and follow procedures, especially for training, employing temporary workers and accessing alternate suppliers. Food safety and quality professional may use this crisis to improve food safety culture and support business risk management. As a result of this session you will be able to identify action items to help your organisation keep food safety a priority during the pandemic and beyond.


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Posted 19 October 2020 - 04:02 PM

Electronic monitoring of individual handwashing increases handwash frequency and decreases infections. This data engages workers and fuels a food safety culture. Is this view shared by your organization?







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