Assessing and improving cultural aspects in food safety awareness.
If the awareness of food-safe production is widely supported within your organisation, the chance of error and therefore the chance of a food safety incident surrounding your product will be lower. Important factors in improving the food safety culture mainly lie in your employees feeling safe (to be able to report matters), positive leadership and the propagation of an exemplary role by (middle) management. If every employee feels involved in the organisation and, based on intrinsic motivation, does their best to guarantee food safety (and quality) as well as possible, this is advantageous for the entire organisation.
How KTBA helps
KTBA guides companies in formulating their corporate identity, the associated standards and values and the supporting policy. A code of desired behaviour is drawn up in consultation with key officials. Implementation of the code of conduct is supported by awareness training. Measuring employee engagement takes place based on interviews and surveys to determine whether people know, can, want and do the right things. Where necessary, specific actions are initiated to strengthen weak points.
How to create a food safety culture?
The Food Safety Culture (FSC) module examines the behaviour of employees within your organisation. This is to bring both the organisation and the employees to a higher level in the field of food safety and quality awareness.