Educate your staff with this free food safety video

The World Health Organization celebrated “World Health Day 2015” last week so I am dedicating week 12 of the Food Safety HACCP Challenge to global threats posed by unsafe foods. As part of promoting a global view on Food Safety a fantastic educational food safety video was released by WHO.

The Challenge

This week I want you to review this food safety video (which is provided below) and use it as part of an education program for your own staff.  It serves as a great but simple way of reminding your food handlers what their purpose and role is with regards to food safety.

How to achieve this #FSHChallenge

You can share this food safety video in whatever way you like – the key thing is to just SHARE IT. Some examples include:

  • Put the video on your staff training website
  • Play the video as part of your pre-production toolbox meeting
  • Email the link of this website to your staff
  • Share this post and video through your social media network
  • Send the video to your suppliers and customers

Check out the Food Safety Video

The Stats

As part of this initiative there was also some data on foodbourne diseases released. which included:

  • that there were an estimated 582 million cases of 22 different foodborne enteric diseases and 351 000 associated deaths;
  • that the enteric disease agents responsible for most deaths were Salmonella Typhi (52 000 deaths), enteropathogenic E. coli (37 000) and norovirus (35 000);
  • that the African region recorded the highest disease burden for enteric foodborne disease, followed by South-East Asia;
  • that over 40% people suffering from enteric diseases caused by contaminated food were children aged under 5 years

You can read more about this by clicking here

Food Safety Infographic

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