Transforming a Corporate Culture: Wednesday, April 4 @ 8:30 AM
Don’t miss Safe Food California’s most dynamic and timely opening General Session as Safe Food Alliance President and CEO, Sam Keiper kicks off the topic every company is attuned to this year: Corporate Culture. In this session, Sam will make the case that confidence in your products is earned not only by your food safety and quality program, but also by your actions throughout the company. This begins with creating a culture by setting a food safety vision, establishing expectations and inspiring others to follow.Learn more
Where We Were, Where We Are & Where We Want to Be: Wednesday, April 4 @12:15 PM
Carriere Family Farms, a California-based global walnut company, will reveal how they foster a dynamic Food Safety Culture, and discuss their commitment to continuous improvement throughout the organization. For Carriere Farms, a commitment to producing the safest food possible means investing in the time, training and resources needed to meet customer requirements globally. Learn first-hand how this family business embraces this commitment and understands the severe consequences of not making safe food its number one priority.Learn more
What are the Key Takeaways and How to Implement Change into Your Company: Thursday, 5 April @ 12:30 PM
In this final General Session, the key strategic direction factors that lead your company to achieving a successful safe food culture will be summarized. When the company leader makes food safety a top priority, a vibrant food safety culture among all employees gives them the ammunition to sound the first alarm internally and find solutions quickly. This can only happen when everyone in the company understands that they are collectively responsible for the safety of the food served at the family table. You will take away the tools you will need to achieve excellence in producing a safe food culture that embraces this concept.