Slaughterhouses are increasingly under the magnifying glass, so the call from society for permanent camera surveillance during the slaughter process is getting louder.
Low Stress Stockmanship Europe sees more in optimization of business processes and education and awareness of staff engaged in slaughtering animals in your slaughterhouse.
The emphasis is on a joint cooperation and focus with you as slaughterhouse manager, and is focused on YOUR business processes.
From arrival animals at the slaughterhouse, up to stunning and slaughter of the animals.
Low Stress Stockmanship Europe offers you various support such as:
PRACTICAL TRAINING AND COACHING ON SITE
The practical training consists of a guidance and training of your employees at your slaughterhouse in all processes of unloading, up to stunning and slaughter of the animals.
In addition to explaining how the animals to be slaughtered react to certain actions, useful tips are also given that are directly applicable and have a positive impact on the animal welfare, safety and efficiency of your employees, as well as on the quality of the meat.
THEORETICAL EXPLANATION "HOW TO DEAL WITH ANIMALS TO BE SLAUGHTERED"
Your employees will be given an explanation of how the different animal groups experience certain situations with regard to environmental factors such as sound, light, waiting area and handling.
The employees experience why animals respond to certain situations, and how they can anticipate them correctly.
Based on the studies carried out by Temple Grandin, (professor at Colorado State University and expert on "animal-friendly" slaughter methods).
IMPLEMENTATION OF AN AUDIT
The audit consists of an objective and neutral representation of the various procedural steps, between time of arrival animals at the slaughterhouse, up to stunning and slaughter.
The audit describes both, the positive business processes and factors as well as the business processes that are prone to improvement.
The results are included in a confidential report and are discussed extensively with the client.
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