Food Safety Culture Course (FS32)

The course delivers an excellent explanation of food safety culture, practical tools to improve food safety culture and practical examples of how food safety culture can improve company performance.

The course consists of practical examples using the ASC template. This will enable learners to implement the food safety culture best practises in their respective work environments. The template will enable organisations to have a GFSI aligned measure or criteria for food safety culture and track its relevance and workplace implementation.


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Industry experts present our cost-effective food safety courses. It is fun, engaging and interactive with practical examples and activities. Delegates write an assessment at the end of the course and will receive a handout and certificate of attendance.

We are based in Port Elizabeth and service the following provinces in South Africa:

Eastern Cape
Western Cape
Gauteng
KwaZulu-Natal (KZN)
Course Level

Course Level

Intermediate Food Safety course

Presentation Methods and Course Duration Options

  • Classroom training – 1 day
  • Virtual training (real-time via Skype, Zoom or Google Meet) – 1 day

Minimum Requirements

A good understanding of HACCP is required before attending this course. We recommend first attending our Introduction to HACCP course and HACCP the 12 Stages course or alternatively attend the more advanced  HACCP for the HACCP Team course.

Who Should Attend?

  • Business owners or any person in charge of food premises
  • Directors
  • QA managers
  • QC managers
  • Production and operation managers
  • Supervisors
  • HR managers

Course Outline

  • Describe the concept of Food Safety culture, the role of visionary leadership and how to influence people.
  • Ability to evaluate the organisation’s leaders and personnel’s behaviour concerning Food Safety.
  • Recognising the necessity of improving an organisation’s Food Safety culture.
  • Implement measures to improve the Food Safety culture.
  • Cost and time of Food Safety training.
  • Clear training outcomes around Food Safety behaviour.
  • Consistent expectations around Food Safety culture.
  • What is needed to comply with the latest GFSI requirements.
  • Demonstrate your organisation’s commitment to Food Safety.