Safety and health cultural journey and wellbeing workshop

Safety and health cultural journey and wellbeing workshop
  • Thu 27 Jun 2019 9:30 AM -
    Thu 27 Jun 2019 2:30 PM

  • Jordans Dorset Ryvita,
    Station Road,
    Bardney,
    Lincoln,
    United Kingdom

    LN3 5UF

  • Group Seminar, Group networking

    Food and Drink Industries Group

  • This event is free to attend

Overview

In a strong safety culture, everyone feels responsible for safety, and pursues it on a daily basis.

In the IOSH Food and Drink Industries Group we are passionate about improving safety standards across our industry and we are looking to leading organizations to share their experiences with others who want to change their own safety culture.

In the latest of our culture change workshops, we invite representatives from other food and drink companies to join the team from Jordans Dorset Ryvita, to learn how they brought their health, safety and wellbeing vision and mission to life, creating a strong safety culture across their whole organization.

About your hosts
Jordan Dorset Ryvita manufacture a range of crispbreads, cereals and cereal bars. Ryvita began in 1925, when it developed its original crispbread product. The Ryvita range has been continually expanded to meet changing consumer tastes and was joined in 2008 by the Jordans cereals business, and in 2014 by Dorset Cereals.
The business has a turnover of £180m, employing nearly 800 people and have 4 UK Manufacturing sites.
The Bardney site opened in 2018 on a former sugar processing facility. It is a state of the art bakery facility with 2 production lines including the largest crispbread line in Europe and a thins line with latest flatbread production technology. This visit aims to share the experiences of JDR in developing and implementing safety culture change and driving overall safety performance.

What's in it for you?

Members of management, operating and health and safety teams will share their experience of health and safety culture change. A site tour will be included in the agenda. You will be able to take away ideas and potential solutions to use in your business to enable:

  • development of your own health and safety culture, strategic plans;
  • engagement of board, senior and line managers and operating teams with the process;
  • long term measureable business benefits accruing from improved health and safety performance.

Who should attend

The event is open to anyone working in the food and drink industry wishing to gain insight to practical development and implementation of health and safety culture change.

What you need to know

This free site visit offers a maximum of 20 places and is booked on a first come basis.

Booking is essential.  Book your place to attend this event via Eventbrite.

If you have any questions about the event, please email Louise Griffin (Event Co-ordinator).

This event is being held as part of our wider culture initiative and we hope to encourage other businesses to host visits at their site and also act as mentors to others who want to become safer businesses too. If you are interested in hosting a site visit, please email Julie Littlejohns (Relationship Manager - Group volunteers)

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