The Food Safety Authority of Ireland’s (FSAI) Food Safety Consultative Council today hosted an open meeting to discuss recently introduced EU regulation, requiring food businesses to establish, maintain and demonstrate an appropriate food safety cult
This year has brought nothing but huge changes for the world, especially for the food industry. Shutdowns, new operational models, and re-openings at this scale are new territory for us all. Even the definition of food safety culture has changed from
Throughout the 21st century, it is estimated that the number of foodborne illnesses increased due to continual change in production methods, processes, and practices, as well as by changes in consumption habits. According to World Health Organization
This short video illustrates the key points to consider when cleaning a drain in a food and drink manufacturing environment. It explains how to select appropriate cleaning equipment, use effective cleaning techniques and disinfectants, and how to in
Bertrand Emond, Head of Membership and Training
In this video Bertrand Emond, head of membership and training, talks about the success factors in food safety culture. The key success factors include:
- Robust training needs analysis
- Clear competen
t’s important to maintain your continuing professional development during these unusual times. To help, we’re running a series of newsfeeds that further deepen your knowledge of specific food industry areas, in bite-sized chunks – also known as ‘lea
Have you been following our GFSI Blog mini-series featuring guest posts from the winners of the 2019 Global Markets Awards? Our growing body of Global Markets Awards winners operate like international food safety ambassadors, propagating their knowle
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