GHS Pictographs – concept applied to food safety
Procedures – not compatible with visual communication
through visual communication, which also supports ongoing FSMA compliance
— Mr. Frank Yiannas, Deputy Commissioner for Food Policy and Response
SARASOTA, FL, UNITED STATES, November 24, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Mr. Frank Yiannas, Deputy Commissioner for Food Policy and Response, stated ‘scientific knowledge and policies are not enough to achieve food safety sustainably in an organization. Measures that raise individual awareness and lead to actual behavior changes are required from the perspective of social-behavioral sciences. That is the basic idea of food safety culture’.
The GFSI TWG defines food safety cultures as “shared values, beliefs, and norms that affect mindset and behavior toward food safety in, across and throughout an organization.” The GFSI in its position paper ‘A CULTURE OF FOOD SAFETY A POSITION PAPER FROM THE GLOBAL FOOD SAFETY INITIATIVE (GFSI)’ suggests the following food safety communication channels to affect the food safety cultural change.
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