Getting Ready for a GAP Audit Workshop-June 6, 2019

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Are you ready for a GAP Audit this summer but still have last minute questions? Do you need proof of training for your food safety audit? Are you ready for FSMA Produce Safety Rule Inspections?

N.C. Cooperative Extension agents will be offering an educational program where we will discuss key topics that all produce growers should be aware of during this growing season. If you have not had a chance to attend a program and need help this season, this is your last chance to get more in-depth information and get answers to your questions.

TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED:

  • USDA GAP Harmonized Audits: Avoiding common problems during an audit
  • FSMA Produce Safety Rule: What requirements should large and small farms meet in 2019
  • Getting Ready for the Season: Improving employee training programs and discussion of the components of a Master Sanitation Schedule for produce farms and packinghouses.

Event is FREE, but registration is required at the link below. Certificate of Training will be provided.

https://go.ncsu.edu/2019foodsafetymillsriver

Event Date: June 6, 2019
Time: 9:30 a.m.–1 p.m. Registration begins at 9 a.m.
Location: Mountain Horticultural Crops Research and Extension Center Auditorium, 455 Research Drive, Mills River, NC 28759
Cost: No Charge (Lunch Sponsored by Produce Food Safety Services)
Registration required: To register: https://go.ncsu.edu/2019foodsafetymillsriver

Organizers:
Elena Rogers, Area Specialized Agent, Food Safety-Fresh Produce
Craig Mauney, Area Specialized Agent, Commercial Vegetable and Fruit Production
Karen Blaedow, Extension Agent, Commercial Vegetables and Small Fruit, Henderson County