How 5 Minutes A Day Can Change The Way You Train Your Workers
Cookwork Perspective: Do you have a formal training plan in place for your employees? See how to do this in an effective and painless way.
How 5 minutes a day can change the way you train your workers
Foodservice professionals from across the country gathered in Washington, D.C., this week for the Food Safety Summit, a three-day event packed with exhibitors, information sessions and workshops focused on minimizing risk and increasing traceability and smart food handling. I attended an interactive workshop, “Contemporary Issues in Retail, Foodservice & Grocery Operations: Best Practices and Practical Models,” where attendees heard from industry experts about topics ranging from time and temperature control to fostering a positive food-safety culture. One of the most important steps in minimizing risk is having a well-trained staff who know the ins and outs of proper food safety. Compass Group, a leading foodservice management company with contracts that include everything from vending to restaurants to health care, has developed an impressive model for employee training. Senior Food Safety Manager Bryan Langellier explained the main ideas behind the company’s five-minute-lesson approach.
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