2. With regard to Training and Operations Development my responsibilities are broader than those of David Wignall in that they focus more on the establishing of systems for maintaining product integrity and food safety which are then taught by my department. As such I spend less time training staff which is carried out by members of my department, but I am fully conversant with all the training programmes and am satisfied that all my staff properly conduct the courses.
3. I have read the statement prepared by Donald Wignall (who used to report to me) and subject to the following minor amendments, which I set out below, I endorse all the comments made by him in his statement. I have also read the Greenpeace (London) leaflet "What's Wrong with McDonald's?" which is the subject of this litigation.
4. Paragraph 66: I visit restaurants more frequently than David Wignall; on average about six times per month and rather than contacting the Operations Supervisor to ask him to resolve any problems I would liaise with the Operations Manager.
5. Paragraph 82: In the last sentence David Wignall refers to the training of Crew Members on the IOC. This is an error and should refer to the training of Managers on the IOC.
6. Paragraph 87: As an addition to what David Wignall said concerning the training of management skills, I should add that we introduced a two day team building seminar about 18 Months ago which all Managers attend.
January 28, 1994|
exhibits: Statement by: David A. Wignall