Food Safety Culture Training - BRCGS Approved Course
9am to 5pm
BRCGS/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 our Food Safety Culture Training Course
Gain the fundamental understanding of the importance of a strong product safety culture at a site and the important role played by senior management leadership
Understand the importance of attitudes, behaviours, shared values & beliefs and norms that affect food safety culture and demonstrate preparatory steps in developing a Product / Food Safety Culture Plan
Understand an approach to food safety culture assessment that will help you measure where it is today at your food business, identifying internal benchmarking requirements to guide the actions to be prioritised in your Food safety culture plan.
Involve team members, encourage their best practices and employee engagement.
Completing this Food 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/food safety culture and how it underpins product safety assurance
Discuss how to measure product/food 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 management 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.
precourse short reading
Presentation and workbook
Practical exercises on building food safety culture plan
Links and resources
Who is it for?
Technical Managers, Quality assurance Managers & personnel
Human Resources personnel
Auditors and BRCGS Professionals
Anyone involved in implementing or managing product safety culture
Certificate of Achievement
Group QA Manager
QA Assistant Manager
Why do I say so?
The trainer is very knowledgeable and the training is tailored to the audience.
The training is thought provoking and incredibly well built.
In the current era, I must say, I found the best remote classroom setup.
Smooth, engaging, well supported.
I’d recommend any professionals working in the food safety industry to book your training today.
And I’d say this course should be a staple in a food professional development, beyond any specific requirement brought by a specific Standard’s requirements.”
Food Safety Culture Courses Virtual & Classroom-Dates
Since 2007, I've had 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 thousands of 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' experiences of light bulb moments and breakthroughs in their thinking. I enjoy supporting them protecting food for all.
Understanding and measure food safety culture at your workplace and actively enhancing it will reduce, errors, cost and food waste, will improve moral, employee engagement and retention, all sounds good right.
Its not about another course, or another action plan, its about practical and SMART goals and actions that will help you to get to a sustainable positive food safety culture. This is what is on offer in this official BRCGS course. It suits sites certified to other Global Good Safety Initiative GFSI certification programmes too.
Ray (Course facilitator) was easily the most competent and engaged facilitator that I have seen on not only Zoom but Food Safety. The course meet all expectations and it had a decent assessment at the end of it (harder than normal but enjoyed it) Ray even gave his time to discuss the assessment and was very receptive to feedback.
I didn't know Food Surety before today and now I wont forget them." Matt Bowker
Building a food safety culture training in New Zealand, official BRCGS course
'Evidence of the senior management’s commitment to establish, implement, maintain and continuously improve the Food Safety Management System shall be provided. This shall include elements of food safety culture, at a minimum consisting of: communication, training, feedback from employees and performance measurement on food safety related activities''.
- Management commitment: the site’s senior management shall define and maintain a clear and effective plan for the development and continual improvement of a product safety and quality culture.
- define activities involving all sections of the site that have an impact on product safety and quality
- describe how the activities will be undertaken and measured, and the intended timescales
- review of the effectiveness of completed and ongoing activities.