Managing Food Safety and Hygiene: Governance and Regulation as Risk Management

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2011 - Business & Economics - 211 pages
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'One of the most thorough and considered studies we have of the relationship between regulation and business risk management practices. Food regulation provides a revealing canvas for understanding the dynamics of the governance of risk.' _ John B
 

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Contents

setting the scene
1
Risk regulation and business organizations
4
The food retail and hospitality industry and risk
21
The food retail and hospitality industry in the UK a research approacha research approach
23
The food industry and risk official data and workplace understandings
38
Risk regulation
61
State governance of food safety and food hygiene the regulatory regime and the views of those in the food sector
63
Risk regulation beyond the state research responses about nonstate regulatory influences
89
Conclusions and policy implications
135
Conclusions why manage risk? What can we learn and improve?
137
Profile of Phase 2 respondents
159
Phase 2 questionnaires
161
Phase 3 interview schedule
185
Bibliography
191
Index
207
Copyright

Business risk regulation inside the business organization
109

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