Morrisons has been awarded accreditation status by the Royal Society for Public Health in recognition of the quality of food safety training in its logistics division.
Professor Richard Parish, chief executive of the Royal Society said: “Morrisons has now achieved accreditation for training in both the retail and logistics divisions of its business. Once again the company has demonstrated its commitment to the highest standards, ensuring that staff and customers receive excellent service.”
The RSPH accreditation scheme is designed to endorse training programmes that support health, hygiene and safety. The training provided by Morrisons has been examined by independent experts to ensure it is of appropriate quality and meets national standards.
Liz Window, Morrisons training lead, logistics, said: “Our retail division achieved RSPH accreditation last year so we have first hand experience of the value of this expert assessment. The RSPH has helped us to enhance the quality of our training programmes and ensure they deliver real value to the organisation.”