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Implementing a Food Safety Culture in your operation sounds like a noble achievement, and is often mentioned as very important to a safe and successful food establishment. But what does the term “Food Safety Culture” really mean? Find out in this informative article from our resident food safety expert, Cindy Rice.
Developing a food safety culture at work essentially means for employees and management to virtually eat, sleep and breathe food safety at work. Everything you do is governed by the desire to lift up food safety and sanitation, every day, every shift, together in a positive way.
You don’t just wake up one day with a food safety culture at work, but it takes effort on the part of management, and of course follow-through by employees. The objective is for staff to continue positive food safety practices and good behaviors long-term, which essentially is an expression of the food safety culture.
Food safety is more than just training employees on proper procedures. Creating a food safety culture at work involves changing people’s thinking about food safety, and increasing their internal motivation to practice safe behaviors every day.