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Food Hygiene and Safety Training

Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Food Hygiene and Safety in all Sectors Course Outline

Module 1: Basic Food Safety and Hygiene

  • Introduction to Food Safety
  • Types of Cross Contamination
  • Preventing Cross-Contamination
  • Preventive Measures
  • Cleaning and Chemicals

Module 2: Food Hazards

  • Food Containment During Food Processing
  • Food Safety Hazards
  • Types of Hazards
  • Steps of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points

Module 3: Food Safety Systems

  • Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP)
  • ISO 22000: Food Safety Management System
  • British Retail Consortium (BRC) Standard

Module 4: Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)

  • Basic Concepts in GAP
  • Benefits of GAP
  • Implementing GAP

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Prerequisites

There are no formal prerequisites in this Food Hygiene and Safety course in all sectors.

Audience

This training course is ideal for anyone who wants to gain in-depth knowledge about Food Hygiene and Safety in all Sectors.

Food Hygiene and Safety in all Sectors​ Course Overview

Food safety refers to food preparation, handling, and storage procedures designed to avoid foodborne sickness and harm. Safe food handling methods and procedures are applied at every stage of the food production life cycle to reduce these hazards and protect customers. This training course will make you efficient in implementing good practices to prevent customers from any kind of harm and help minimise food waste and boost their efficiency. Pursuing our very popular Food and Safety in all Sectors training course will provide the delegates with ample knowledge about maintaining food safety. This obtained information will lead the delegates to attain more excellent designations such as food and beverage manager, production supervisor, senior quality assurance manager, and other highly skilled job titles.

The Knowledge Academy’s 1-day Food Hygiene and Safety in all Sectors training course will acquaint the delegates with elaborated information about food and safety. Delegates will procure knowledge about the types of cross-contamination and the preventive measures taken to reduce cross-contamination. During this training course, delegates will be able to recognise whether the food is contaminated or not to serve the food with proper safety of the clientele.

It also accommodates the delegates with the related concepts to magnify their calibre, such as:

  • ISO 22000: food safety management system
  • British Retail Consortium (BRC) standard
  • Preventive measures
  • Cleaning and chemicals
  • Basic concepts in GAP

At the end of this training course, delegates will gain insights into the various steps of hazard analysis and critical control points in the area of processing food. This training course will nurture the delegates’ skills to create food or further safe processing using sustainable methods to implement good agricultural practices. Our highly expert trainer with years of teaching experience has curated this training course to maximise knowledge and awareness of food safety policies and regulations to ensure the food’s safety and hygiene.

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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Food Hygiene and Safety in Manufacturing Training​ Course Outline

Module 1: Food Safety and Hygiene

  • Food Safety Legislation
  • General Food Hygiene – How Do I Comply?
    • Food Safety Management Procedures
    • Records
    • Food Premises
    • Domestic Premises
    • Further Requirements
  • Food and Temperature Control
    • What are the Requirements?
    • Exemptions
  • Serving and Display of Food
  • Handling Ready-to-Eat Foods Safely
  • Enforcement and food hygiene inspections
  • Allergies
  • Food Hygiene Ratings

Module 2: Microbiological Examination Methods

  • Rational of Microbiological Testing
  • Sampling
  • Microbiological Test Procedures
  • Conventional Methods
  • Rapid Detection Techniques
  • Microbiological Criteria and Specifications

Module 3: Food Poisoning and Other Food-Borne Hazards

  • Introduction
  • Incidence of Food Poisoning
  • Bacterial Food Poisoning
  • Mycotoxicoses
  • Virus Food Poisoning
  • Animal Toxins and Parasitic Infections
  • Poisonous Plants
  • Chemical Poisoning

Module 4: Allergen Guidance for Food Businesses

  • Allergens
  • Allergen Labelling for Different Types of Food
  • Allergen Information for Different Types of Food Businesses
  • Allergen Requirements and Best-Practice for Food Businesses
  • Enforcement and Penalties

Module 5: Food Storage and Preservation

  • General Guidelines for Food Storage
    • Perishable Foods
    • Semi-Perishable Foods
    • Non-Perishable Foods
    • Further Food Categories and their Storage Methods
  • Food Preservation Techniques
    • Drying
    • Smoking
    • Salting
    • Boiling

Module 6: Preparing and Cooking Food Safely

  • Cleaning
  • Cooking and Reheating Food
  • Storing and Chilling Food
  • Avoiding Cross-Contamination

Module 7: Personal Hygiene

  • Hand Washing and Care of the Hands
    • Personal Hygiene
    • Bactericidal Soaps and Creams
    • Use of Gloves
  • Practices: Good and Bad
    • Clothing and Jewellery
    • Hair
    • Other Bad Practices
  • Health Supervision
    • Pre-Employment Medical Examination
    • Health Monitoring of Employees
  • Induction and In-Service

Module 8: Design of Food Processing Equipment

  • Introduction
  • Legislation
  • Construction Materials
  • Ease of Dismantling and Re-Assembly of Equipment
  • Accessibility and the Supporting Framework
  • External Surfaces
  • Design Features for Individual Items of Equipment

Module 9: Cleaning and Disinfection: Methods

  • Introduction and Definitions
  • Types of Soil
  • Removal of Gross Soil
  • Detergents
  • Chemical Disinfectants
  • Use of Heat
  • Dry Cleaning
  • Cleaning-in-Place (CIP)
  • Mechanical Aids for Cleaning
  • Foam Cleaning
  • Cleaning Small Equipment
  • Paper and Fabric Wipers

Module 10: Cleaning and Disinfection: Practical Application

  • Cleaning Schedules
  • Biofilms
  • Use of Labour
  • Role of Management
  • Miscellaneous Problems Encountered
  • Assessment of Cleaning Efficiency

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Prerequisites 

There are no formal prerequisites to attend this Food Hygiene and Safety in Manufacturing Training course.

Audience

This Food Hygiene and Safety in Manufacturing Training course provided by The Knowledge Academy is ideal for anyone who wants to gain knowledge about Food Hygiene and Safety methods to be followed while manufacturing food products.

Food Hygiene and Safety in Manufacturing Training​ Course Overview

Food Safety refers to handling, storing, and preparing food products while avoiding any infection and ensuring that the food contains enough nutrients to consume. Food hygiene is important for every food handler or manufacturers as it ensures that the food they handle and produce is safe for consumption. This training will assist organisations and individuals in implementing safe food handling practices and procedures at every stage of the food production life cycle to reduce risks and protect consumers and food manufactures. Holding the skills and knowledge required for Safe and Hygiene Food handling will allow individuals to work on high posts and help organisations to secure their product's hygiene and quality that will help build their brand reputation in the market.

In this 2-Day Food Hygiene and Safety in Manufacturing Training course, delegates will learn to provide allergen information to customers for pre-packaged and unpackaged foods and beverages. They'll learn how to demonstrate good food safety and hygiene practices, including storing and preserving food items, food processing equipment handling, etc. Furthermore, they will learn how to prevent any bacteria present in food products from multiplying to the point where it causes illness in consumers or premature spoilage of the food. Our highly skilled and professional trainer will conduct this training who have years of experience in teaching Food Hygiene and Safety courses.

Course Objectives:

  • To analyse all potential food hazards or anything that might hurt the consumer
  • To identify and implement effective control and monitoring procedures at critical points
  • To keep appropriate records to show that food safety procedures are working
  • To learn and comply with the international food hygiene and safety standards and regulations

After attending this training course, delegates will be able to take corrective action if their Food Hygiene and Safety procedures aren't working as expected. They will also be able to implement cleaning procedures for food-contact equipment and other items and maintain and install equipment to allow for adequate cleaning of the surrounding area to ensure the implementation of reliable food safety measures.

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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Food Allergy Awareness Masterclass​ Course Outline

Module1: Introduction to Food Allergy Awareness, Allergies, and Anaphylaxis

  • What is a Food Allergy?
  • What Foods Cause Allergic Reactions?
  • Food Allergies Can Be Life-Threatening
  • Many Have Already Experienced Severe Reactions
  • What Would You Do?
  • Coeliac Disease
  • Symptoms of an Allergic Reaction
  • Symptoms of Anaphylaxis
  • Food Handler Responsibilities
  • 14 Named Food Allergens
  • Reasons for Allergens Being Hidden in Foods

Module 2: Food Allergen Law and the Food Labelling Regulations

  • General Food Safety Law
  • Food Information for Consumers (FIC) Regulation
  • Food Labelling Regulations
  • Labelling Prepacked Foods
  • Foods Prepacked for Direct Sale (PPDS)
  • Understanding Natasha's Law
  • Loose Foods
  • Distance Selling (Takeaways)
  • Training Staff on Food Hygiene Regulations
  • Food Law and Enforcement

Module 3: Preventing Allergenic Cross-Contamination

  • HACCP
  • Allergen Policy for Businesses
  • Safe Food Storage Tips
  • What is Food Preparation?
  • Cleaning the Workplace
  • Food Safety in Emergencies

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Prerequisites

There are no formal prerequisites for attending this Food Allergy Awareness training course.

Audience 

This course provided by The Knowledge Academy is ideal for anyone who wants to raise awareness of food allergies and anaphylaxis.

Food Allergy Awareness Masterclass​ Course Overview

Food allergy is an immune system reaction after eating the offending food. Food awareness is designed for food allergies, celiac disease and asthma. It's a great way to educate others about these significant and impactful diseases, too often misunderstood. Food awareness aims to raise awareness of different food allergies and improve individuals understanding to tackle a life-threatening condition. It allows food handlers within an organisation to ensure that the food they manufacture, sell and serve is safe for the consumer to eat.  Studying this training course will help individuals climb up the ladder of success in value and career opportunities.

In this 1-day Food Allergy Awareness Masterclass course, delegates will learn how to recognise the symptoms of an allergic reaction, understand what information should be on prepacked food labels, and what they need to consider to keep customers safe. During this training, delegates will learn various concepts such as food allergy awareness, allergies, anaphylaxis, coeliac disease, food handler responsibilities, general food safety law, distance selling, safe food storage tips, etc. It will also cover the legal responsibilities of allergen labelling and allergen declaration, enabling delegates to obey their duties under the EU General Food Law Regulation. Our highly skilled and professional trainer will conduct this training and has years of experience teaching Food & Safety courses.

They will also learn various concepts such as:

  • What is a food allergy?
  • Symptoms of an allergic reaction
  • Food law and enforcement
  • Cleaning the workplace
  • Food labelling regulations

At the end of this training, delegates will be able to make safe food changes to their diet and lifestyle. They will also be able to recognise the symptoms of an allergic reaction and raise awareness of how to deal with customer allergen information requests.

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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Food Plant Sanitation Training​ Course Outline

Module 1: Food Plant Sanitation and its Requirements

  • What is Food Plant Sanitation?
  • Importance of Food Plant Sanitation
  • Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures
  • Sanitation Performance Standards (SPSs)

Module 2: Regulatory Inspection and Control Action

  • Inspection
  • Regulatory Control Action
  • Recall

Module 3: Microorganisms of Concern for Food Manufacturing

  • Microorganisms
  • Bacterial Requirements
  • Food-Borne Illness
  • Microbiological Control Methods

Module 4: Control of Listeria in Food Manufacturing

  • What is Listeria?
  • Listeriosis
  • Methods of Listerial Management and Control
  • Sanitary Design and Material
  • Biofilms

Module 5: Sanitary Facility Design

  • Principles of Sanitary Facility Design
  • Other Considerations for Sanitary Equipment Design

Module 6: Sanitation Best Practices

  • Who is Responsible for Sanitation?
  • Cleaning Process
  • Sanitising

Module 7: Verification of Sanitation

  • What is Verification?
  • Validation
  • Environmental Monitoring of Listeria

Module 8: Employee Good Manufacturing Practices

  • Rationale for Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs)
  • Good Manufacturing Practices

Module 9: Pest Control, Sanitation, and Hazard Control

  • Pest of Concern to Food Plants
  • Pest Controls Measures
  • Chemical and Physical Hazard Control

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Prerequisites

There are no formal prerequisites for attending this Food Plant Sanitation Training course.

Audience

This Food Plant Sanitation Training course is ideal for anyone who wants to successfully develop, implement, and maintain an effective sanitation environment within an organisation.

Food Plant Sanitation Training​ Course Overview

Good food plant sanitation is critical for ensuring food safety throughout the food life cycle. The primary purpose of food plant sanitation is to provide a clean and sanitary environment for handling food products. It allows professionals and organisations to ensure the preparation and handling of food and food products so that they are hygienic and healthy and meet customers’ expectations. Using good food plant sanitation practices can help organisations and individuals to enhance their food product’s quality, reduce the chance of regulatory incidences or recalls, help establish their credibility. This Food Plant Sanitation Training will help individuals to increase their productivity by facilitating setup procedures for food processing in hygienic and safer techniques. Pursuing this training course will help individuals to gain skills required to ensure the implementation of proper food safety measures in their organisations and enjoy a highly reputed job profile with a great salary.

In this 1-day Food Plant Sanitation Training course, delegates will gain in-depth knowledge and the ability to ensure proper food plant sanitation to meet quality expectations and produce safe food products. During this training, delegates will learn various concepts such as the importance of food plant sanitation, sanitation requirements, microorganisms, pest controls measures, sanitation verification, sanitation standard operating procedures, regulatory control action, etc. They will also learn about the best practices for food plant sanitation, protecting food plants from chemical and physical hazards, and many more topics. Our highly skilled and professional trainer will conduct this training and help delegates to gain the comprehensive understanding required for taking appropriate measures for ensuring food products’ hygiene and safety.

Other than the above topics, delegates will also learn the following concepts:

  • Bacterial requirements
  • Sanitary facility design
  • Pest control and sanitation
  • Cleaning process
  • Verification of sanitation
  • Hazard control

At the end of this training, delegates will be able to evaluate and discuss food plant sanitary design principles and their impact on effective food plant sanitation programmes. They will also be able to develop, implement, and maintain an effective Food Plan Sanitation environment. Delegates will become proficient in using best practices for food plant sanitation to ensure the optimum quality of food products.

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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Food Safety Manager and Supervisor Masterclass​ Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Food Safety

  • Food Safety and Food Safety Hazards
  • Food Spoilage

Module 2: Location, Layout, and Facilities

  • Location and Surroundings
  • Layout and Design of Food Establishment Premises
  • Equipment and Containers
  • Facilities

Module 3: Leaning and Sanitation: Maintenance of Establishment

  • Cleaning and Sanitation of Equipment and Premises
  • Preventive and Corrective Maintenance

Module 4: Pest Control

  • Pest Control
  • Monitoring and Detection
  • Major Pests

Module 5: Personal Hygiene

  • Health Status
  • Behavioural and Personal Cleanliness
  • Visitors

Module 6: Food Operation and Controls

  • Procurement of Raw Materials
  • Storage of Raw Material
  • Production: Pre-Processing and Production
  • Product Packaging
  • Approved Additives

Module 7: Food Transportation, Storage, Distribution, Management, and Supervision

  • Food Transportation, Storage, and Distribution
  • Management and Supervision

Module 8: Food Testing

  • Sampling
  • Quality Testing Parameters
  • Safety Testing Parameters

Module 9: Training and Product Information

  • Training of Food Handlers
  • Audit, Document, and Records
  • Product Information and Consumer Awareness

Module 10: Food Safety Management System (FSMS) Plan

  • Introduction to FSMS
  • FSMS Plan

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Prerequisites

There are no formal prerequisites to attend this Food Safety Manager and Supervisor Masterclass training.

Audience

This Food Safety Manager and Supervisor Masterclass Training is ideal for anyone who wants to maintain food safety practices during the entire food life cycle. However, this will be more beneficial for prospective or current Managers and Supervisors who want to improve their skills and job prospects.

Food Safety Manager and Supervisor Masterclass​ Course Overview

Food safety relates to managing, making, and storing food to minimise the risk of people falling ill from foodborne diseases. Food safety principles aim to prevent food from getting contaminated, which may harm individuals. Managers and supervisors play an essential role in ensuring food safety during the food processing life cycle. Studying this Food Safety Manager and Supervisor Masterclass training will be helpful for the learners to boost their food safety knowledge to ensure food safety during the processing cycle. Pursuing this training will help individuals gain the required knowledge, skills, and experience to enhance their career prospects in the food safety domain.

This 1-day Food Safety Manager and Supervisor Masterclass training covers all necessary concepts to help delegates become thoroughly familiar with food safety and food safety hazards. They will learn about the food safety management system plan during this training. They will also learn about pest control, procurement of raw materials, management and supervision, storage of raw material, FSMS plan, equipment and containers, cleaning and sanitation of equipment and premises, etc. Our highly professional trainer with years of experience in teaching such courses will conduct this training course and help delegates gain the comprehensive knowledge required to ensure food safety practices as managers and supervisors.

Other than the above topics, delegates will also learn the following concepts:

  • Major pests
  • Product packaging
  • Safety testing parameters
  • Approved additives
  • Food spoilage
  • Health status

After attending the Food Safety Manager and Supervisor Masterclass training, delegates will be able to handle various operations related to food storage, transportation, and distribution effectively. They will also be able to prevent and corrective maintenance of food procession and handling equipment. Delegates will become well versed in ensuring the quality and safety of food products.

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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Food Safety for Warehousing and Distribution Training Course Outline

Module 1: Food Safety and Storage

  • Beware of the Temperature Danger Zone
  • Take Special Care with High-Risk Foods
  • Storing Food in the Fridge
  • Freezing Food Safely
  • Storing Cooked Food Safely
  • Avoid Refreezing Thawed Food
  • Store Raw Food Separately from Cooked Food
  • Choose Strong, Non-Toxic Food Storage Containers
  • If in Doubt, Throw it Out!

Module 2: Handling and Storage of Food Aid Commodities

  • Receiving Commodities
  • Storage of Commodities
  • Stacking
  • Accounting for Commodities
  • Inspection of the Store and its Contents
  • Stock Records and Stock Control
  • Store Hygiene
  • Despatch of Commodities
  • Labour Management and Security
  • Reports
  • Support to the Storekeeper

Module 3: Effects of Moisture, Relative Humidity, and Temperature in Stored Food

  • Some Definitions
  • Effects on Biological Deterioration
    • Moisture Effects
    • Temperature Effects
    • Effects on Physical and Chemical Deterioration
    • Physical Changes
    • Chemical Changes
    • Moisture Sorption Isotherms for Foodstuffs

Module 4: Measurements of Moisture, Relative Humidity, and Temperature in Stored Food

  • Measurement of Moisture Content
    • Laboratory Methods
    • Field Methods
  • Measuring Relative Humidity
    • Wet and Dry Bulb Psychrometer
    • Hair Hygrometers
    • Thermohygrographs
  • Methods for Measuring Temperature
    • Liquid Expansion Thermometers
    • Bimetallic Thermometers and Thermographs
    • Thermocouples
    • Thermistors

Module 5: Effects of Climate in Stores and in Transportation

  • Condensation
  • Ventilation of Storage Buildings
  • Climatic Hazards During Transportation

Module 6: Driving Best Practices in Distribution

  • Good Food Handling Practices
  • Proper Personnel Training
  • Good Cleaning and Sanitation Practices
  • Effective Pest Control Programme
  • Proactive Shipping and Receiving Programmes
  • Recall Program
  • Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) Programme
  • Institute a Food Defence Programme

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Prerequisites 

There are no formal prerequisites in this Food Safety for Warehousing and Distribution Training course.

Audience

This Food Safety for Warehousing and Distribution Training course provided by The Knowledge Academy is ideal for anyone who wants to learn about Food Hygiene and Safety methods to be followed during warehousing and distribution of food products.

Food Safety for Warehousing and Distribution Training​ Course Overview

Food Safety refers to handling, storing, and preparing food to avoid infection and ensure that the food contains enough nutrients for us to eat a healthy diet. Safe food handling practices and procedures are implemented at every stage of the food production life cycle to reduce these risks and protect consumers. A food-grade warehouse is a specialised facility that offers various types of food storage, such as ambient, refrigerated, and frozen space. Holding lucrative skills in implementing food safety standards during warehousing and distribution will allow individuals to work on high posts and help organisations build a brand reputation in the market.

In this 1-day Food Safety for Warehousing and Distribution Training course, delegates will learn to keep high-risk food out of dangerous temperature zones to prevent bacterial growth that causes food poisoning. They'll learn how to demonstrate good food safety and hygiene practices, including storing and preserving food. Furthermore, they will learn how to prevent any bacteria present in food products from multiplying to the point where it causes illness in consumers or premature spoilage of the food. Our highly skilled and professional trainer will conduct this training who has years of experience in teaching Health and Safety courses.

Course Objectives:

  • To analyse all potential food hazards or anything that might hurt the consumer
  • To identify and implement effective control and monitoring procedures at critical points
  • To keep appropriate records to show your procedures are working
  • To learn and comply with the international food safety standards and regulations

After attending this training course, delegates will be able to take corrective action if their Food Hygiene and Safety procedures aren't working as expected. They will also be able to implement cleaning procedures for food-contact equipment and other items and maintain and install equipment to allow for adequate cleaning of the surrounding area.

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  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor

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Building Your Food Safety Culture Training Course Outline

Module 1: Food Production

  • Emergence of Retail Food Establishments
  • Foodborne Disease
  • Retail Food Safety
    • Reducing Risk Early in the Food Production Chain
    • Changing Behaviour            

Module 2: Why the Focus on Culture?

  • What is Culture?
  • Why is Culture Important?
  • Who Creates Culture?
  • How is Culture Created?
  • Foundation
  • Core Elements

Module 3: A Systems-Based Approach to Food Safety

  • What is a System?
  • Systems Thinking
  • Behaviour Change Theories and Models
  • Environmental or Physical Factors
  • A Behaviour-Based Systems Continuous Improvement Model

Module 4: Creating Food Safety Performance Expectations

  • Getting Employees to Do What They Are Supposed to Do
  • Expect More than Efficiency
  • Expect a Proper Food Safety Attitude
  • Start with the Food Code
  • Develop Risk-Based Expectations
  • Beyond Regulatory Compliance

Module 5: Communicating Food Safety Effectively

  • Importance of Communication
  • Use a Variety of Mediums
  • Posters, Symbols, and Slogans
  • Use More than Words
  • Have Conversations

Module 6: Developing Food Safety Goals and Measurements

  • Importance of Food Safety Goal Setting
  • Establishing Effective Food Safety Goals
  • Why Measure Food Safety?
  • What Should You Measure?
  • Lagging Vs Leading Indicators of Food Safety

Module 7: Using Consequences to Increase or Decrease Behaviours

  • Determine the Cause of Performance Problems
  • Creating Consequences for Food Safety
  • Positive and Negative Consequences
  • Negative Consequences

Module 8: Behaviour-Based Food Safety Management

  • Management or Leadership?
  • Traditional Food Safety Management Vs Behaviour-Based
  • Food Safety Management

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Prerequisites

There are no formal prerequisites in this Building Your Food Safety Culture training course.

Audience

This training course is ideal for anyone who wants to better understand the concept of food safety culture.

Building Your Food Safety Culture Training​ Course Overview

Food Safety Culture refers to how an organisation regards food safety. It is a collection of people's food safety attitudes, values, and beliefs. This training course will help the delegates manage their organisation with a strong food safety culture, showing its staff and consumers that creating safe food is a priority. Excelling in this Building Your Food Safety Culture training course will lead you to enable delegates to contribute to the food safety strategy. This obtained information will conduct their career profile to attain many more excellent designations such as quality assurance, quality manager, senior food and safety regulatory officer, and many other highly skilled job titles.

The Knowledge Academy's 1-day Building Your Food Safety Culture training course is designed to enlighten the delegates about the core elements of the culture to maintain the integrity of the food services. This training course will help you to create a healthy food safety culture that can assist you in protecting your consumers. During this training course, delegates will be able to get familiar with the behaviour-based systems continuous improvement model.

It also accommodates the delegates with the more engrossing concepts, such as:

  • How is culture created?
  • Foundation
  • What is a system?
  • Systems thinking
  • Retail food safety

At the end of this training course, delegates will be able to maintain a proper food safety attitude in the environment. They will also get elaborated information about food safety management to upgrade the consumer's confidence in the product. Our highly expert trainer with many years of experience has curated this training course to provide the delegates with a systematic approach to identify food safety hazards that must be controlled to prevent or minimise the possibility of foodborne illness or injury.

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Food Hygiene, also known as Food Safety, is the practice of handling, preparing, and storing food or drink in a manner that minimises the risk of customers falling ill from any foodborne disease.
Food hygiene is critical because it protects customers' health from foodborne diseases and food poisoning and helps to contribute towards food, nutritional security, and human health.
Cleaning and sanitising, personal hygiene, food storage, temperature control, and food handling are the food safety pillars.
Pursuing our popular Food Hygiene and Safety Training courses will help you to gain skills required to attain many job opportunities such as food safety quality technician, food production manager, quality assurance supervisor, food safety quality technician, etc.
Attending these Food Hygiene and Safety Training courses will help boost your knowledge about the concepts of food handling and storage. You'll also gain expertise about how to demonstrate good Food Hygiene and Safety practices along with the procedures to handle and store food safely.
The Knowledge Academy is the Leading global training provider in the world for Food Hygiene and Safety Training.
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