Using a Training Video to Improve Agricultural Workers' Knowledge of On-Farm Food Safety
A training video was produced and evaluated to assess its impact on the food safety knowledge of agricultural workers. Increasing food safety knowledge on the farm may help to improve the safety of fresh produce. Surveys were used to measure workers' food safety knowledge before and after viewing the video. Focus groups were used to determine workers' views of the video and identify areas that could be improved. Results indicated a high level of food safety knowledge, but some significant improvements were observed. The project provides a framework for assessing videos as training tools and suggestions for further research.
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Mathiasen, L., Morley, K., Chapman, B., & Powell, D. (2012). Using a Training Video to Improve Agricultural Workers' Knowledge of On-Farm Food Safety. The Journal of Extension, 50(1), Article 7. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol50/iss1/7