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Root Cause Analysis for Food Safety Management Systems

Training location : Virtual

Training start date : 21 November 2023

Training duration : 1 day(s)

Training price : £395 + VAT

Course Overview:

This half-day course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct effective root cause analysis for food safety incidents using the fish-bone (Ishikawa) and other techniques. Participants will learn how to identify the underlying causes of food safety issues and develop strategies to prevent their recurrence. The course will focus on applying the techniques specifically to food safety management systems, enabling participants to improve their organisation’s food safety practices.

Target Audience:

  • Food safety managers and professionals
  • Quality assurance and control personnel
  • HACCP team members
  • Third party and Internal auditors
  • Consultants and advisors involved in food safety management systems

Training Contents:

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of root cause analysis in food safety management systems.
  • Familiarise themselves with the technique and its application in food safety.
  • Identify and categorise the key factors contributing to food safety incidents.
  • Analyse the relationships between factors and their impact on food safety issues.
  • Facilitate effective group discussions and brainstorming sessions for root cause analysis.
  • Develop practical and actionable solutions to address identified root causes.
  • Implement preventive measures to minimize the risk of future food safety incidents.
  • Integrate root cause analysis findings into food safety management systems.

Other Dates for This Training:

This course can be delivered in-house at your premises contact us for more information.

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