Date: Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Time: 2 pm - 3 pm EST
Your Host: Vanessa Zamora
About this event
The topic of Food Safety Culture has been discussed throughout the Food & Beverage industry for decades, and following the release of the GFSI position paper on ‘A Culture of Food Safety’, interest in this incredibly important topic has never been higher. However, whilst the industry is in complete agreement that our industry needs to understand, measure and continuously improve Food Safety Culture, the majority of organizations do not know where to start.
What we will cover in the webinar:
- Why is ‘Food Safety Culture’ important
- The organizational benefits of embracing a Culture of Food Safety
- How to engage Leadership on the important topic of Food Safety Culture
- Tips on how to build a Food Safety Culture Team
- Tips on how to develop a Food Safety Culture assessment
- What to do with the data and how to focus on continuous improvement
No matter which Food Safety Standard or Scheme your organization currently uses, this webinar provides practical advice from our Director for the Food & Retail Supply Chain, who has extensive experience working for a GFSI benchmarked Food Safety Scheme. Join us to learn how to embed a Culture of Food Safety, engage Senior Leadership, build a Food Safety Culture Team and deliver measureable results to your organization moving forward.
Wednesday, Oct 16, 2019
2 pm EDT
Our Speaker for the webinar
Neil Coole – Director, Food & Retail Supply Chain Director at BSI Americas
Neil recently rejoined BSI from BRC Global Standards, where Neil was the subject matter expert on the important topic of Food Safety Culture, supporting the roll out of the BRC GS Food Safety Culture Assessment Module and working with manufacturers, brand owners and retailers on their Food Safety Culture programs.
Neil originally joined BSI in January 1998 as Head of Certification Sales, building and managing a team dedicated to supporting customers with the training, implementation and certification of their business risk management systems.