Food safety and quality culture excellence seminar
Workshop: Thursday 7 December 2017
Members of Culture Excellence programme: Free of charge
Members of Campden BRI: £100 + VAT
Non–members: £150 + VAT
This one day event will provide an update on developments in the world of food safety and quality 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.
There will also be awards to recognise those companies who have joined the Culture Excellence program.
Who should attend
Anyone interested in food safety and quality culture.
09:45 Registration and refreshments
10:15 Welcome and Chairman's introduction
Bertrand Emond, Campden BRI
10:35 Update on the Culture Excellence programme and overview of results collated via the staff culture assessment surveys so far
Dr Joanne Taylor, TSI
11:20 Case study from a manufacturer
Pamela Raines, Westmill
11:50 Integrating culture and management control: oil and water or salad dressing?
Dr Kevin Kane, University of Salford
12:20 Q&A session
12:50 Lunch and opportunity to visit the site
13:45 The evolution of food safety culture
Nicola Sharman, M&S
14:30 A global standard perspective
David Brackston, BRC Global Standards
15:15 Refreshment break and opportunity to view Culture Excellence platform demo
15:35 Lessons learnt and practical tips from a panel of industry practitioners
2 Sisters Food Group
Rounaq Nayak - food safety - a systems approach
Bizhan Pourkomailian - McDonald's - impact of different generations and nationalities
16:45 Q&A session and closing comments
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