Food safety training for Oakland International staff

Redditch, UK: Oakland International is providing fully funded Level 2 Food Safety training course for its 480 employees.

Shaun Foley, managing director, Oakland International said: “As a result of the Covid-19 outbreak we decided to re-examine hygiene and food safety across the business, viewed as an essential undertaking in helping fight the virus.”

“The board unanimously voted to fully fund the Level 2 Food Safety course for all employees, with every new employee also undertaking the course on induction, as it’s essential for everyone to observe and follow procedures which help lead to a good clean and hygienic working environment for all.”

Level 2 Food Safety training is an accredited qualification for anyone working within the food sector. By the end of July every Oakland employee had completed their Level 2 Food Safety course.

“We thank the whole team for their contribution during, and post lockdown, for continuing to ensure Oakland International maintained client services to the highest standards. Putting in place measures to protect every member of our teams across all sites, the way they responded is nothing short of outstanding,” Foley said.

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