Food production, distribution, and retail facilities face radical shifts in demand that place them under significant strain. Restrictive working environments and potential labor shortages only make it harder for companies to operate efficiently. These chronic challenges can lead to increased compliance risks to employee health and safety, environment, and food safety, endangering your brand and customers.
A robust food safety culture is a company’s best defense, preventing accidents that can harm consumers and reducing the likelihood of scandals and recalls. An effective food safety culture only works if it’s built from the top down. Leaders must align company policies, systems, and processes to incentivize and support good food safety decisions and behavior at every level of the organization. Businesses that prioritize the commitment to food safety culture and support ongoing training make the most of their workforce and foster the next generation of food safety leaders.
Listen to AIB International Manager of Operations America Bret Zaher as he offers his recommendations for engaging and training the next generation, while navigating unprecedented circumstances.
During this webinar, you’ll discover: