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FSMA Produce Safety Rule Training and Audit Training (Day 1 of 2)

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Date: Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Time: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location: Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Cumberland County, 291 Morton Avenue
Millville, NJ
Description: Food Safety Modernization Act: Produce Safety Alliance Grower Training and GAP Audits *This training meets the FDA requirements for FSMA Produce Rule Training Sponsored by The New Jersey Department of Agriculture (#5U18FD005877-020) and The National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (#5U01FD005334-04) *Funding for this statement, publication, press release, etc. was made possible, in part, by the Food and Drug Administration through grant PAR-16-137. The views expressed in written materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does any mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organization imply endorsement by the United States Government.* December 17 and 18, 2019 Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Cumberland County 291 Morton Avenue, Millville, NJ 08332 $50.00 per person on Day 1 $25.00 per person on Day 2 (optional) Lunch included both days Deadline to Register is December 13, 2019. Any questions call Brandi or Katie at (856) 451-2800 x 1 or email A minimum of 10 people required to hold the class. Who Should Attend Fruit Growers Vegetable Growers Others Interested in produce safety, good agricultural practices/third party audits, or the Food Safety Modernization Act. Benefits of Attending the Workshop Individuals who participate in this course will gain a basic understanding of: Requirements in the FSMA Produce Safety Rule and how to meet them Fulfills the requirement for at least one supervisor from a farm to complete food safety training at least equivalent to the standardized curriculum recognized by the FDA Microorganisms relevant to produce safety Where microorganisms may be found on the farm How to identify microbial risks, practices that reduce risks and how to begin implementing produce safety practices on the farm Parts of a farm food safety plan and how to begin writing one What to Expect at the Produce Safety Alliance Grower Training: Day 1 Introduction to Produce Safety Worker Health, Hygiene and Training Soil Amendments Wildlife, Domesticated Animals and Land Use Agricultural Water (Part I: Production Water; Part II: Postharvest Water) Postharvest Handling and Sanitation How to Develop a Farm Food Safety Plan What to Expect at the Third Party Audits Training: Day 2 (Optional Day, Included with two day ticket purchase) PLEASE NOTE: We recommend completing the Day 1 Produce Safety Alliance Grower Training prior to the Day 2 Third Party Audits training. If you have already completed the PSA Grower Training you can attend Day 2 only. The Differences between FSMA requirements & Third Party Audits Developing Risk Assessments What Auditors found in 2019 Good Agricultural Practices Question by Question
Contact: Brandi Williams, 856-451-2800 ext 1
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