Develop a shared understanding of food safety culture

This activity will help food regulators and food businesses develop a shared understanding of food safety.

Activity type:
Priority: reduce foodborne illness
Status:
Active

Aim

Develop a shared understanding of food safety culture among:

  • food regulators
  • certain food business sectors.

This activity supports Australia’s Foodborne Illness Reduction Strategy 2018-2021+.

Leads

As part of the Implementation Subcommittee for Food Regulation (ISFR), the lead for this activity is SA Health.

Authorisation

The food ministers agreed at their June 2018 meeting to the ISFR's involvement in activities to support the foodborne illness reduction strategy.

Status

We have conducted pilot work to trial the following in a food business:

  • a package of resources (toolkit) on food safety culture
  • guidance
  • a matrix to assess food safety culture maturity.

View the pilot summary and lessons learnt report.

Related information

View all the activities to reduce foodborne illness.

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