Emergency preparedness tips for food safety professionals when faced with an impending storm.
Judy Sebastian, Food Quality & Safety's blogger, holds dual specialization in public health and safety and organizational development. Equipped with more than 10 years of experience in food safety systems implementation, workplace culture assessments, and talent development strategies, she is passionate about global food culture and how it impacts our daily lives. Judy is a certified trainer and consultant with Dubai-based Apex Food Consultants and is currently based in Portland, Ore. Reach her at email@example.com.
Articles by Judy Sebastian
The strength of an organization’s food safety culture can be influenced by the company’s workplace culture.
Predictive maintenance uses real-time data to monitor the wear and tear of equipment components and alerts the maintenance crew before downtime occurs.
Food safety professionals have the ability to positively impact food safety culture through emotional intelligence.
Food labels present the opportunity for brands to better communicate with their consumers.
Food safety data coupled with data visualization tools can help decision makers quickly pivot their safety and quality strategies when necessary.
We are only scratching the surface when it comes to understanding our unconscious biases; there is much work to be done.
A recent study has revealed an alarming increase in the population size of marine parasites. With effective food safety measures in place, consumer safety can be assured.
Revisit your training approach to ensure you’re still creating meaningful learning experiences and are mindful of learners’ needs.
The essence of an effective food safety culture lies in fostering an environment that feels safe and inclusive to everyone involved.