An Approach to Product Safety Culture - BRCGS Training
Food Surety Certificate
Why Food Surety Food Safety Culture training?
Achieving food safety buy-in is challenging
Inconsistency in following food safety practices, procedures and doing the right things can harm consumers.
Inconsistency harm brand's reputation too and increase food safety compliance cost.
Every workplace has a culture, the same apply to any food industry organisation, it is what we learn from the group,weather you like it or not!
Become a food protection catalyst!
Understand the impact of attitudes and behaviour on product safety culture and how to influence these to drive positive change
Learn how to prepare a a Food Safety Culture Plan and how to engage others in it.
BRCGS Training and certification
Benefits of Food Safety Culture Training
Gain the fundamental understanding of the importance of a positive product safety culture at a site and the important role played by senior management leadership
Understand the impact of attitudes and behaviour on product safety culture and demonstrate preparatory steps in developing a Product Safety Culture Plan
Engage staff and encourage their involvement
Completing this Product Safety Culture course, you will be able to:
Describe the concept of Product Safety Culture and why a positive culture is important to ensuring product safety and integrity
Identify what the standards require, and the function of Product Safety Culture Plan within a QMS
Recognize the link between behaviour, Product Safety Culture and how it underpins product safety assurance
Discuss how to measure an organisation's Product Safety Culture through the use of tools and techniques
Develop a sustainable Product Safety Culture action plan and how to engage staff to support it
This investment in your senior leadership teams, technical managers and personnel, operation managers, supervisors, quality assurance and compliance personnel, auditors, HR personnel,... is a winning investment for your organisation.
Imagine engaged teams taking pride in doing what is right with confidence consistently.
Presentation and workbook
Links and resources
Who is it for?
Technical Managers, Quality Managers and personnel
Human Resources personnel
Senior Leadership Teams
Auditors and BRCGS Professionals
Anyone involved in implementing or managing product safety culture
Certificate of Achievemnt
- BRCGS Certificate of Achievement, can be used toward your BRCGS Professional recognsition.
- Food Surety Certificate of completion
BRCGS-Food Safety Culture Course Dates
Virtual & Classroom
Virtual & Classroom
Since 2007, I have a proven track record conducting hundreds of audits including external 3rd party certification audits as an auditor/verifier recognised by the New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI), in addition, I have trained more than 3750 food professionals from government agencies, NGOs, academia and businesses across the whole supply chain from farm to fork and across the different sectors, not only in New Zealand but in Southeast Asia and Middle East.
I am driven by food professionals experiencing light-bulb moments and breakthroughs in their thinking and I enjoy supporting their journeys protecting food for all everywhere.
Advanced auditing skills course in New Zealand based on best auditing practices
What is Advanced Auditor Training?
Why do I need to be a good auditor/verifier?
Delivering good audits has lots of benefits:
- Helping auditees and their business survive and thrive
- Reduce time wasted on repeated mistakes, lost resources due to wasted products and rework
- Reduce risk and improve processes, systems and outcomes
What is process-based auditing?
What makes an excellent auditor training workshop?
- Have good balance between theory and practical skills.
- Arm you with skills and techniques that you actually can/should use conducting management audits
- Have hands on real life examples explaining and simplifying concepts
- Help you doing what is right with confidence and manage difficult auditing scenarios.
Why Food Surety Advanced Auditor Training?
o ISO19011:2018 Guidelines for auditing management systems
o NZQA Unit standard 8085 Demonstrate understanding of quality and its management
o NZQA Unit standard 8086 Demonstrate knowledge required for quality auditing
o Exemplar Global – AU - Management Systems Auditing
- This course satisfies MPI’s expectations on theoretical training/ Competency Framework for verifiers and evaluators
- The course delivery and example used to be tailored to suit your industry, workplace, and team
- This course includes practical exercises on audit conducting and report writing as well as auditing role plays.
What are the key audit types?
- Internal (1st party) audits
- Supplier (2nd party) audits
- External (3rd Party) audits
Also, based on what is being audited, we have product audits, system audits, process audits,...