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Five Keys to Building a Better Food Safety Culture

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Maturing and maintaining a strong and positive food safety culture provides numerous benefits, including better retention of talent. But how does a company elevate the importance of food safety culture while balancing it with other business goals?

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Join recognized food safety leader Lone Jespersen, PhD, (Founder & Principal of Cultivate) as she discusses how leading companies are taking a proactive approach to strengthen food safety culture. Dr. Jespersen will share insights based on science, the work of the GFSI technical working group, and from her own in-depth experience in deploying enterprise wide food safety and quality initiatives in large and complex organizations.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How to define the five dimensions to a culture of food safety
  • Actionable tactics that can be applied to plan for and change food safety culture in your organization
  • Impact on improving food safety and quality performance, which can be measured by lower risk, fewer mistakes, and higher profit
  • How customer focus, building trust, and enabling a global perspective contribute to both a thriving food safety culture and the operational goals of your company
Lone Jespersen

Lone Jespersen, PhD


About Your Presenter:

Dr. Jespersen is Founder & Principal of Cultivate, LLC, an organization dedicated to help food manufacturers globally make safe, great tasting food through cultural effectiveness. She holds a Master in Mechanical Engineering from Syd Dansk University in Denmark, a Master of Food Science from the University of Guelph in Canada, and a PhD on Culture Enabled Food Safety. Dr. Jespersen serves as chair of Food Safety Culture for the GFSI technical working group dedicated to characterizing and quantifying food safety culture across the global food industry from farm to fork.