- TRAINING & CONSULTING
- SAFE FOOD CERTIFICATIONS
- FOOD SAFETY RESOURCES
- ARTICLES & INSIGHT
Requirements for the web-based course include:
Appropriate time will be made for breaks at the discretion of the instructors. The temporary policy for live web-based courses can be viewed at the following address: https://producesafetyalliance.cornell.edu/training/covid-19-outbreak-temporary-policy/
What to Expect at the PSA Grower Training Course
The trainers will spend approximately seven hours of instruction time covering content contained in these seven modules:
Key parts of the FSMA Produce Safety Rule requirements are outlined within each module, in addition to learning about best practices in produce safety. There will be time for questions and discussion, so participants should come prepared to share their experiences and produce safety questions.
Benefits of Attending the Course
The course will provide a foundation of Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) and co-management information, FSMA Produce Safety Rule requirements, and details on how to develop a farm food safety plan.
After attending the entire course, participants will be eligible to receive a certificate from the Association of Food and Drug Officials (AFDO) that verifies they have completed the training course. To receive an AFDO certificate, a participant must be present for the entire training and submit the appropriate paperwork to their trainer at the end of the course.
In addition to the standard curriculum, Safe Food Alliance will provide additional resources to attendees including:
For more information about scheduled PSA Grower Training Courses you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. More FSMA resources are available at https://safefoodalliance.com/resources/food-safety-resources/what-is-fsma/.