Food Safety Culture Assessment

Food safety is a non-negotiable requirement; it is essential for any entity that operates in the food chain . In most of the countries throughout the world, it is guaranteed by law and it is a prerequisite for entering a market. Even though there the advances in medicine, food science, technology, production methods, and the implementation of the HACCP system supported by good practices , food safety hazards do not decline. Referring to the reasons of that phenomenon, researcher increasingly emphasize that it is the human factor to play a key role in the food chain and this factor seems to be the weakest link in every system . The next reason are behaviours of employees and the tolerance thereof, their failure to follow practices, procedures, norms, and values; all this is deemed to be proof of lacking food safety culture and emerging new food safety risks .Food safety culture can be understood as a way, in which an organization or a group of people reaches the level of food safety in their minds and behaviours . It is a set of commonly shared values, beliefs, and behaviours relating to food safety . It is the right attitude in terms of food safety , and it reflects how and what employees think about food safety . 

  • Food safety management style and systems
  • Food safety leadership
  • Food safety Communication
  • Food safety Enviroment
  • Food safety Commitment

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