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  1. Food Safety Culture and Effective Food Control Systems Abdul Rashid MalikCEO Pillsbury Consulting

  2. Food Safety Culture QuestionWhy do people systematically violate safety & hygiene rules despite training and being advised of the safety consequences?

  3. Food Safety Culturea definition … “Is the aggregation of the prevailing relatively constant, learned, shared attitudes, values and beliefs contributing to the hygiene behaviours used in a particular food handling environment”. “Provides staff with a common sense of food safety purpose “ FOOD SAFETY CULTURE – is a management responsibility

  4. Food Safety culture is ... • It is a set of shared attitudes, values and beliefs around food safety • Production/sources • Handling/storage • Preparation • You can have a good food safety culture or a bad one

  5. Food safety culture is also … Maintaining a food safety at all times • Operators and staff know the risks associated with the products or meals they produce • Know why managing the risks is important • Can effectively manage those risks • Demonstrable

  6. GMP’s HACCP Culture

  7. Who creates the culture • Organisational cultures are created by leaders and one of the most decisive functions of leadership may well be the creation, management and – if necessary, the destruction of a culture

  8. Types of food safety culture

  9. Food Safety Culture Assessment Process

  10. Safety Culture Profile

  11. From assessment to solutions

  12. Conclusions • Good safety culture underpins safety management, training, technology and procedures. • Helps ensure people will apply training and procedures. • Prompt employees to improve safety performance, report and solve problems • Our method assesses safety culture and develops organisation specific improvements

  13. Effective Food Safety Legislation • Must achieve its primary objective to ensure the sale of safe, uncontaminated food of good quality. It protects public health and reduces the risk of food-born illness Is it needed, will it contribute to food safety?

  14. International Organizations Involved in Food Safety and Quality • protect public health • prevent fraud and deception • avoid food adulteration • facilitate trade

  15. FAO/WHO Guidelines 2003: Assuring Food Safety and Quality: Guidelines for Strengthening National Food Control Systems 2006: “Strengthening national food control systems: Guidelines to assess capacity building needs 2007: Strengthening national food control systems: A quick guide to assess capacity building needs

  16. Elements of a National Food Control System • Food Control Management • Food Legislation • Food Inspection • Official Food Control Laboratories • Food Safety and Quality Information, Education and Communication (IEC)

  17. Food Control Management Single agency system Multiple agency system Integrated system

  18. Effective Food Safety Legislation • Capable of being complied with and enforced • Recognition of owners and management responsibility

  19. Effective Food Safety Legislation • Supported by comprehensive Codes of Practice/Industry Guides providing advice on compliance and best practice • Requirement for training resulting in competency

  20. Effective Food Safety Legislation • Updated in light of new evidence and epidemiology

  21. Effective Food Safety Enforcement • Competent mangers and effective systems • Competent inspectors with auditing/HACCP experience in relation to the types of business they are inspecting

  22. Effective Food Safety Enforcement • Consistency of output – cost-effective compliance • Sufficient resources • Government targets based on quality not quantity • Frequency based on risk/food safety culture/confidence in management

  23. Unique Competencies DevelopmentofPolicies, Procedures & SOP’s Training Food SafetyHealth & Safety First Aid Auditing Solutions ISO Systems ISO 22000 ISO 14000 OSHA18000 HACCP Consultancy Auditing/ Benchmarking MediaAnimation MovieProduction Mystery Shopper Competencies

  24. What we can do for you Consultancy Services Auditing Services Training Programs Advisory Services Compliance Solutions Gap Analysis Food Safety Health & Safety Mystery Shopper Risk Assessment • Gap Analysis • Project Management • HACCP Implementation • Manuals & Procedures • GHPs GMP’s • ISO 22000, ISO 14000 • OSHA 18001 • Nutrition • Performance Measures • FSMS • HSMS • Benchmarking Food Safety HACCP Lead Auditor Health & Safety Evironment Nutrition First Aid Fire Safety Infection Control Allergen Controls • Preparing for • Certification • Risk Mapping • Crisis Management • Food Poisoning Investigations

  25. Questions and feedback ! Abdul Rashid Malik, Msc. Bsc. MCIEH CEO - Pillsbury Consultingemail: Abdul.Rashid@Pillsburyconsulting.comwebsite: www.pillsburyconsulting.com www.facebook/pillsburyconsulting mobile: +971- 5678 1686