Bacterial Detection Case Studies

  1. How Green Valley Pecan Boosts Worker Knowledge, Retention, And Confidence
    5/31/2017

    Green Valley Pecan Company has grown to encompass 10,000 acres with year-round processing facilities. The company was faced with the challenge of preventing the natural knowledge loss that occurs between trainings while simultaneously boosting knowledge retention without increasing training time. This case study details the solution, systems, and tools the company implemented to achieve its goals, as well as their corresponding improvement metrics.

  2. Automation Enables Growth & Boosts Productivity In A Pathogen Testing Lab
    6/29/2016

    A contract testing laboratory was experiencing rapid growth in pathogen testing volume. This case study shows how the lab was able to expand, with no additional resources, and provide higher quality results.

  3. Bigelow Tea Improves Quality And Customer Satisfaction
    3/17/2016

    Bigelow Tea has been making specialty teas for over seventy years. The company grows, blends, and packages hundreds of varieties of tea for distribution across the nation. Today, the company boasts the only U.S.-based industrial tea plantation, as well as three packaging sites that employ hundreds of workers. Because of the company’s size, it needed a consistent training program across all its location. This case study examines how interactive classroom training, course customization, and multilingual content helped Bigelow Tea create a companywide, consistent training program.

  4. Bonduelle Achieves Six Years With Zero Lost Time Incidents
    3/17/2016

    Bonduelle’s 500 vegetable varieties are processed at 58 facilities by over 10,000 workers. Safety is top of mind for the company, and with so many facilities and employees, creating a companywide culture of food safety is essential. This case study shows how Bonduelle used front-line workforce training, verification training, and automated recordkeeping and reporting to achieve its desired food safety goals.

  5. How Kisko Increased Its Production Efficiency By 20 Percent
    3/17/2016

    Kisko Products, Canada's largest producer of freeze pops, needed a way to ensure safe and productive operations to maintain customer satisfaction. This case study shows how the company implemented standardized training and real-time reporting to improve it production efficiency and maintain customer satisfaction.

  6. WW Johnson Beefs Up Its Front-Line To Exceed USDA And GFSI Standards
    3/17/2016

    This case study shows how WW Johnson Meat implemented consistent, multilingual content and automated recordkeeping to overcome barriers of learning.

  7. King & Prince Reduces Workplace Injuries By 61 Percent
    3/17/2016

    Seafood processing is an inherently high-risk operation with a high rate of workplace injuries, especially for newly hired employees. This case study explores how King & Prince adopted a robust workplace safety onboarding program to dramatically improve workplace safety.

  8. How Rudolph Foods Reduced Customer Complaints by 11 Percent
    3/17/2016

    In order to validate and verify its high standards, Rudolph Foods embarked on an SQF certification and audit process. This case study shows how group-based training eased the certification process.

  9. How To Deliver Consistent Safety Training To A Diverse Workforce
    3/17/2016

    Buckhead Beef wanted to implement consistent safety practices across its operation. The company held weekly meetings with employees to discuss safety, but the meetings were not effective in building a culture of safety. This case study examines how interactive training, food industry educational courses, and automated recordkeeping and reporting helped Buckhead Beef improve its safety record and boost efficiency.

  10. Food Safety Training: Protecting People, Profits, And Brands
    3/17/2016

    Establishing Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) and Good Handling Practices (GHPs) is key to the success of your agricultural operation, and it all starts with your front-line workforce. Educating your workforce on critical food and workplace safety initiatives helps ensure your products stay safe for public consumption. This case study shows how you can offer your workforce a complete solution for engaging your employees to drive safety and productivity.