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