Food Safety Culture is not just a buzz word of the day. Food Safety Culture is vital to ensuring food safety, avoiding brand reputational issues, and having successful audit outcomes. Understanding and developing a positive food safety culture is not fast or easy; it takes leaders that can craft policies and programs to communicate goals and empower the team to take action.
Key Learning Objectives
In this course we will teach you how to understand your company’s current food safety culture, ways to develop programs at all levels to improve it, and ideas on monitoring the impact of those changes. This course is designed for leaders within your organization who want to better understand the behaviors, values and beliefs within their organization and to create dynamic change to improve it and ensure food safety commitment everyday.
All staff working for food manufacturing facilities who wish to better understand how to achieve a successful food safety culture within their organization.
Christina Petrlik-Siegel is an instructor with an MBA from Loyola University Maryland and a BS in Environmental Studies from Towson University in Maryland. Christina has over 40 years experience in the manufacturing, quality and food safety arenas. She utilizes her extensive experience and skills to assist facilities in developing and strengthening their food safety and food quality systems with a focus on team involvement. Teaching and continuous improvement are passions of Christina.