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Food Safety Culture and You

$160.00

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Participants will learn the important role of food workers have in supporting their workplace food safety culture. By following food safety practices, food workers help their employer to protect the consumer, meet government regulations and address business needs.

 

Member Price:

$128.00

Description:

This course discusses the importance of following food safety procedures and practices when working in Canadian food companies, as these are part of food safety culture. It outlines the role of governments and food companies in protecting the food supply, and identifies how consumers can be negatively affected by improper practices. It covers the important role food workers have in following procedures and telling supervisors and coworkers of food safety problems.
Participants will learn the important role of food workers have in supporting their workplace food safety culture. By following food safety practices, food workers help their employer to protect the consumer, meet government regulations and address business needs.

 

Who should attend?

This course is applicable to all industry personnel in a food processing plant: owners, supervisors, production personnel, sanitation team, labelling and packaging, plant manager, health and safety team, food safety team, etc.

 

Learning Objectives:

At the end of this Food Safety Culture and You course, the participants will be able to:

 

  • Identify how aspects of their culture compare to Canadian culture.
  • Recognize that specific food safety concerns in Canada are science-based.
  • Identify the role of government in shaping Canadian food safety practices to protect consumer health.
  • Identify the role of the food industry has in shaping Canadian food practices.
  • Identify that consumers rely on governments and food industry to follow and enforce food safety practices to protect consumer health
  • Summarize how Canadian culture informs Canadian food safety practices.
  • Explain the responsibility of team members to reinforce Canadian food practices
  • Identify the importance of team member communication with supervisors about breaches of food practices to protect their company and the consumer.

 

The goal of this training is to provide insights and practices which will help clients successful integrate into Canadian society and the food processing workplace.

 

Major Topics:

  • Food Safety Culture
  • Risks
  • Hazards
  • Government Inspections
  • Microbiology
  • Food Safety and FS Management Systems
  • Personnel

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