We have destroyed millions of forests in our quest to make paper. Right? Then we’ve taken this paper, put it through a printer and filed it away inside a cabinet or on a shelf in our office.
A few weeks ago, we introduced you to our series on creativity and innovation, painting metaphorical broad brush strokes on the state of our world and business today, and that creativity is the answer to being responsive to ever-changing and demanding times.
This week we take a look at the role of food safety professionals and how they can contribute to changing mindsets and garnering support in their capacity as food safety team leaders.
This year we will celebrate World Food Safety Day on 7th June 2021 and although we think it’s really awesome that World Food Safety Day can be celebrated across the globe, this one single day is not enough to ensure that our consumers are protected.
Validation, monitoring and verification are essential parts of an effective food safety management system. In fact, these are the elements that stand between an ordinary food safety system and an effective food safety management system.
The future is now, and few of us are geared for the present, let alone contending with the future. In recent blogs, we have explored the theme of change within our industry. Today we want to continue this discussion, but take it beyond our industry, and explore how we can be more responsive, rather than reactive to change, both from an organisational and personal perspective.