Change the Food Safety and Quality Culture in your Organization!

Change the Food Safety and Quality Culture in your organization
 

The importance of food safety culture has become increasingly recognized in the past few years, as has the role of psychology and the importance of behavior-based approaches to food safety management. Many organizations have invested in training, food safety management systems, audits and certifications, but even amongst the highest performers, there is a sense that ‘something is missing’. This webinar will investigate what that is, and how to measure it. 

Join the GMA Science and Education Foundation to hear our experts explain how you can improve the food safety culture in your organization, using a tool called 'The Culture Excellence Model'. 

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST

The degree of psychology within the Culture Excellence program is extensive and when combined with organizational culture and food safety management creates a unique assessment tool. It enables an understanding of the behavioral and attitudinal elements which greatly influence culture.The webinar will outline the 16 Dimensions within the Culture Excellence Model, and give details of how the assessment is conducted. It will also provide examples of methods companies have used to make changes based on their data.

Specific topics covered:

  • Understand the meaning and importance of food safety and quality culture
  • Identify the 4 categories and 16 dimensions that make up the Culture Excellence Model
  • Evaluate assessment models, including interviews and online surveys that have been used to produce qualitative and quantitative results
  • Appraise initiatives and schemes that have been implemented by other companies in response to their results, along with summary data from industry so far

Register Now!

 

GMA Member/SEF Donor Rate - $125 

Non-GMA Member Rate - $175

Government/Academia - $125

 

Questions?

Akhila Vasan
Project Manager
(202) 637-4810

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