The concept of the whole person – or, as it may be more commonly known, “Total Worker Health” – has gained significant traction over the past decade. John Dony, Vice President, Thought Leadership of National Safety Council explains how you can value and retain the “Whole Person.”
After a week of food and football, consider these top 5 training topics every food frontline worker should take.
Last week, the FDA issued its proposal for new food traceability record keeping requirements. The new rules would extend beyond existing regulations for any company that manufactures, processes, packs, or holds certain foods. For many in our industry, this is a radical shift in data management and tracking for ingredients and products. Here are four ways to prepare.
This year’s World Quality Week focuses on corporate culture’s role in delivering quality, enabling companies and people to do the right thing for all their stakeholders. We’d like to give a round of applause and appreciation to the quality professionals at our 1,500 food manufacturing clients.
True Leadership requires a genuine concern for others. Training and development instructor Bob Rysavy explains how servant leadership can help make a better connection with your employees.
Halloween is a time of tricks and treats. We have some food and workplace safety stats that might haunt you. But of course we have treats to make your environment not so scary.
The U.S. economy saw more than 47 million people quit their jobs last year. Of those who remained, more than half admit to being “quiet quitters.” That could place tremendous risk to your food safety culture. Here’s what you can do now.
Manufacturers large and small are facing ever-more sophisticated cyber threats. Intertek Vice President of Cyber Security Wayne Stewart shares how to identify your biggest vulnerabilities and to protect against cyber attacks.
Last month, Intertek Alchemy hosted hundreds of food processors, manufacturers, distributors, and packagers for the 13th Engage Conference in Austin, Texas. It has been three years since we’ve all been able to come together in person, making this reunion all the more special. Here’s a look at the highlights.
BRCGS Issue 9 audits begin in February. Our VP of Consulting Jeff Chilton shares how you can get ready now.
Intertek Alchemy expedited development and distribution of a new safety training program that helps mitigate the risk of infection from Monkeypox. This new program, trains workers to identify and protect themselves from this disease.
Abbott Nutrition will forever be tied to this year’s baby formula shortage disaster because it fell short on so many levels to keep products safe at its plant in Sturgis, Michigan. Jeff Chilton shares 10 lessons every food manufacturer should take away from this event.
Many people think lean is a means of reducing unnecessary employees. Far from it. Lean is about finding efficiencies that provide an opportunity invest in employee training and development.