Every food company is fully aware that measures must be in place when it comes to food defense. Often, it is a combination of materials (cameras, badge system, dress code, etc.) and human actions (addressing unaccompanied externals, reporting strange behaviour, etc.). Unfortunately, humans are usually the weakest link. This intrusion test measures how alert and assertive your employees are and is often used as an eye-opener.
- Do your employees follow the procedures and do they have the right reflexes?
- Evaluating and optimising the procedures
The employees working at the reception, in surveillance and in production.
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