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1. Asking Better Questions to Move Food Safety Forward

Structuring good questions to solve food safety issues requires discipline and a process to enable employees to find useful information and formulate the best solutions.

2. Driving Success in Your Food Business

A look at the work at Dr. W. Edwards Deming offers effective advice for food companies wishing to drive increased success in the new year.

3. New Perspectives on Risk Management

In general, food producers usually think of risk as the potential for undesirable consequences. But an optimistic attitude towards risk can be beneficial in terms of developing new products or starting new enterprises. What is your risk tolerance?

 

4. Culture Shift: Managing Risk Synonymous with Food Safety

Most players in the food supply chain believe that the safety of their product is a central concern. Regardless of this gradual shift in attitudes, the outcome is positive for the industry as food manufacturers are integrateing corporate risk management into their processes.
 

5. Lessons from Canada’s Largest-ever Meat Recall


Summary: Canada’s historic meat recall provides lessons on the importance of a food safety culture for all those along the food supply chain.

6. Creating a Culture of Food Safety

Finding a group of like-minded employees who embrace the new direction and are committed to driving it forward is critical to the success of any change initiative.
 

7. Corporate Culture, Food Safety, and the Grand Jury

Food producers operate in an environment of ever-increasing regulation and complexity, but as a senior manager, you just have to make sure that your company follows the rules and meets the new FSMA standards.  Do that and you will have nothing else to worry about.

8. Food Safety and the Challenge of Globalization

Globalization of the food supply brings incredible growth opportunities, but the accompanying challenges cannot be ignored. Traceability throughout a complex supply chain has resulted in much greater risk exposure and potential liability for food manufacturers.
 

9. Assessing Employee Food Safety Performance

Attention to food safety and making it the company’s highest priority can help managers assess employee performance.
 

10. How to Make Your Employees Care about Food Safety

While you can’t make employees care about food safety, you can guide them: Tips and tools are presented for upper management to create a culture of food safety at food companies worldwide.

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