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Safety and quality culture excellence seminar

Safety and quality culture excellence seminar

Seminar: Tuesday 3 December 2019
Campden BRI, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6LD, UK


Members of Culture Excellence programme: Free of charge
Members of Campden BRI: £200 + VAT
Non–members: £300 + VAT



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Summary

This one day event will provide an update on developments in the world of food safety, quality and health and safety culture including a number of case studies from manufacturing, retail and food service.


It will provide an insight into the strengths and weaknesses observed across the industry; the challenges experienced by companies keen to improve their culture as well as provide practical tips from practitioners on how to improve your culture. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions, benchmark yourself and share experiences.


This event is part of our Culture Excellence Programme



Who should attend

Anyone interested in safety and quality culture.



Agenda


Registration: 9:30

Seminar commences: 10:00

Part 1: Introduction and what has been happening in the world of safety and quality culture

Dr. Joanne Taylor and Bertrand Emond, TSI and Campden BRI

David Brackston, BRCGS – update and feedback on issue 8



Part 2: Global and supply chain perspectives

Output – sharing insights and examples of best practice that people can take away with them to improve their safety and quality culture.

Lydie de Meyer - Danone

Neil Marshall – Coca Cola

Bizhan Pourkomalian – McDonald’s

Round Table Q&As (Part 1 and 2)



Part 3: Culture Case-Studies

Output – sharing examples of specific parts of the journey of assessment and / or improvement that people can take away with them to improve their assessment and / or improvement of their safety and quality culture.

Sharon Birkett - OSI Europe

Liz Ward and Zoe Shuttlewood – McCormick

Tracy Chambers and Tim Jackson – New York Bakery Bimbo

Martin Watson – Muller

Round Table Q&As



Part 4: Culture – new development and wider issues

Output – sharing new ideas and stretching the mind.

Felicity Brown, Grant Thornton (high performing business and C-suite engagement).

Emma Samuel, PhD Student, Cardiff Met University (food safety culture and hand hygiene practices in a multisite food manufacturing business)

Mike Wilson, BRCGS (challenges in developing countries including local conditions and ethical considerations)

Dr Joanne Taylor, TSI (culture excellence programme – new development)

Round Table Q&As


Close approximately: 16:00

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