Campden BRI, Alchemy, BRC, SGS, SQF and TSI are behind the fourth annual survey on the subject.
Distributed to more than 25,000 food companies, the findings will provide a global analysis of the situation and trends in food safety training.
They will help firms benchmark their training program and learn about best practices around the world.
For example, results last year found 42% of respondents said there had been an increase in the quantity of training and 45% felt the quality had improved.
Less than 15% described themselves as “very satisfied” with quality and quantity of training in the 2014 version.
It can be taken until 27 February by following this link.
Meanwhile, NSF International and SIAL Canada have partnered on a survey to provide information to the Canadian food industry.
Senior managers, food safety and quality professionals, and regulators will benefit from the analysis of the industry survey responses, they said.
Results and analysis will be presented at SIAL Canada in Montreal on April 14 during the ‘Key Issues in the Food Industry: Results of a National Survey’ presentation.
It will address issues and challenges facing industry with questions focusing on six categories.