New module offers a streamlined process to help achieve the highest levels of food safety.
For a business to truly achieve the highest levels of food safety, everyone involved in the production process needs to be fully engaged with the requirements expected of them. This in itself establishes and drives the food safety culture of an organization. But how can food safety culture be measured and managed?
A new module, developed by the BRC, offers a streamlined process for helping organizations achieve the highest levels of food safety. And, the module can be leveraged regardless of food safety standard used by the organization, even if the standard followed is not BRC.
In this article, Cheryl Stevens – Strategic Client Manager, Food Safety at Lloyd’s Register talks about the role of culture in driving a commitment to food safety underpinned with the new BRC Food Safety Culture Module including:
- The importance and role of leadership in driving a food safety culture
- An explanation of the Food Safety Culture Module and an overview of how it works
- How the Food Safety Culture Module benefits organizations and helps protect brands and consumers