Developing and Maintaining a Positive Food Safety Culture
Level 3 (Intermediate/Supervising)
Public, media and legislative scrutiny in regards to food safety is continually increasing. Public confidence in terms of food safety is a major concern for any business in the food sector. It is increasingly important that any food business understands food safety culture, and its effect on the implementation of food safety practices is increasingly recognised. However, there is a lack of information on the theoretical underpinning and practical application of food safety culture. Developing and Maintaining a Positive Food Safety Culture seeks to redress these deficiencies.
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Product overview

While specifically applied to food safety, the culture concept and underlying principles discussed in this book can also be applied to compliance in other highly regulated environments, making it suitable for other industry sectors.

The topics covered in the book include:

  • models of food safety culture
  • types of food safety culture
  • food safety leadership and standards
  • the Griffith approach to classifying and assessing food safety culture
  • the FSA’s food safety culture toolkit
  • food safety communication
Product details
  • Title: Developing and Maintaining a Positive Food Safety Culture
  • Author: Professor Chris Griffith
  • Pages: 90
  • ISBN: 978-1-909749-48-1
  • Illustrations: Full-colour illustrations
  • Format: B5 firmback, gloss finish
  • Published: 2014, 1st Edition