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Food Safety Culture

Regulators can track a food safety program’s efficacy back to a company’s food safety culture. And it’s more than just a buzzword. That culture represents the values, beliefs, and attitudes of people in your organization. Demonstrating a robust food safety culture when an auditor shows up at the plant is one thing. But a living food safety and quality culture must include keeping consumers safe from foodborne illness, protecting the business from financial loss, and safeguarding the future of the brand. 


In this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn: 

  • What goes into demonstrating a strong food safety and quality culture
  • How brands—and their employees—can accurately gauge their programs
  • Why employees must care and how brands can cultivate that passion
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Demonstrating food safety culture

During this webinar, our speaker will break down demonstrating your program into five categories: food safety policy, objective setting and management review, corrective actions and preventive actions, responsibilities and management authority, and resources and training. Dive into each step and hear how you can implement each of these going forward to help your company achieve its goals around fostering its shared beliefs and attitude of food safety and quality.

Quality and safety on demand

In this on-demand webinar, we’re led by Sara Jane Bellocchi and Kari Barnes. Sara Jane has over 10 years of leadership experience within the natural foods industry. She has a passion for food safety, quality, regulatory, and innovation, and she recently spoke at the NLS Food Quality Symposium. As a BRCGS Professional and PCQI Lead Instructor, she’ll combine her knowledge and passion to highlight the many layers around the topic. Kari Barnes offers her unique insight as a Regulatory Standards Manager, offering her expertise for product regulatory compliance, food quality and safety, risk management, continuous improvement, and lean manufacturing processes.

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