In food production, production employees are our front line employee responsible for producing safe and quality food.
Most often, food production facility hires employees that have insufficient experience -widely due to different skill sets that different industries have. Is this a problem?
Yes and no. Inexperience employees are not aware about food safety and quality of the food they are producing. Consequence varies from damage, rework, product waste, customer complaint to serious food safety issues that may lead to recall or food poisoning.
The good news is if a production employees are well trained in their areas of work, they are capable to not only minimise negative consequences but also, produce product inefficient and effective manner.
Are your management team look forward to making a positive change in product safety and quality?
Try improving your training program! Here is few method to develop a COMPLETE and EFFECTIVE training:
About the Author:
Felicia Loo is a food science graduate from UBC. With an interest in food marketing, I explore how food products are created, marketed, and distributed to end users. I enjoy assisting others developing safe food product management, please reach out to me on LinkedIn for opportunity to work together.
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