Step 1: Know where your business stands
We've put together a short questionnaire to help you do a quick 'health check' of your business's food safety culture. You'll get a picture of how your decision makers and team members rank the business's overall approach to food safety - from the general philosophy in the
workplace, to training and monitoring arrangements, to the relationship with food regulators.
Do a health check of your food safety culture.
Step 2: Do something to make a difference
Achieving a strong food safety culture takes effective leadership and commitment, and contributions and support from everyone in your business.
Shape and strengthen your food safety culture.
Step 3: Follow through for a long-lasting impact
Track and improve your food safety culture. FSANZ is working with food regulatory agencies to trial food safety culture resources with selected food businesses. These resources include ‘culture maturity matrix’ documents to help businesses self-assess their culture, identify strengths and weaknesses and track progress over time.
This Step 3 resource has been drafted with the aim of helping food businesses measure their food safety culture in more detail. It is for information only – it is not a validated tool for auditing or regulatory purposes.
Download the Step 3 resource (PDF 965 kb)