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Consumers today don't just want restaurants to "tell all" when it comes to their food sources.They demand it.
Adding new menu items is a great way to please customers but can lead to food-safety risks when not properly implemented.
Doug Sutton, president of Steritech, discusses how to handle high employee turnover and how to avoid some serious pitfalls in training and oversight.
Learn the 6 principles to consider when building a better audit program.
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With an infinite palette of dining options available at any given time, most consumers won’t stick around for long if their first dining choice fails to pan out the way they would like.
An effective audit must provide a full and accurate account of a location’s performance. That means accounting for both the good and the bad, which is why Steritech Specialists practice a 6:1 emphasis on positive feedback.
While no two brands’ needs will ever be exactly the same, selecting an effective food safety auditing partner is a crucial step toward achieving both short and long-term success.
To learn more about how workplace injuries can hurt your business and the value of accident prevention, the experts at Steritech created the below infographic.
Implementing corrective actions in your operational excellence, food safety or workplace safety programs is important to improving performance. When formulating a corrective action plan, remember to follow these 5 guidelines to write SMART Corrective Actions.
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