Preparedness is a general term used to describe our state of readiness.
The finalization of FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act) rules and the anticipation of compliance for some firms as early as this summer may create a sense of confusion and panic. You may be equipped with the knowledge as to what is required, but struggle with how to set a clear and reproducible message within your facility and across your enterprise. Further, what is the best way to train your employees? How much information is needed, and when and how do they need it?
For many companies, creating and sustaining a training program is past our grasp. Despite your greatest efforts in managing this type of system, training and re-training operatives fail, leading to an increase in noncompliance and food safety risk. The focus of this training by expert speaker Valerie Scheidt is to equip your team with valuable insight in creating and harmonizing your training program to empower your staff members.
During this presentation, key concepts unique to FDA-regulated industry training initiatives will be revealed, and an opportunity will be provided to build a System for Success and create a sustainable Learning Matrix. Tips and tricks discussed are designed specifically for immediate implementation to advance your current program and gain confidence in introducing, facilitating, and evaluating learning through educational strategies. By providing pertinent examples, activities, and recommendations for a stepwise approach to improvement, participants can instantly apply their learnings to benefit the current state of the organization. In addition to providing insight to the Key Areas noted above, the participant will be equipped with the following tools:
This program holds value for any business trying to create clear messaging for FSMA compliance, seeking ways to strategically onboard and educate staff members, and align training to business objectives.
There are five (5) foundational steps required to develop a highly effective program:
Who Should Attend
Learning and performance expert, speaker, writer, consultant and facilitator, Valerie Scheidt, MBA, CP-FS is the founder of Keystone Quality, LLC, an Arizona-based consulting firm with expertise in food safety, compliance, performance improvement, change management, procedural enhancement, and knowledge transfer. Keystone’s mission is to create more positive and productive workplaces while aligning performance strategy to organizational goals.