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  • Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance
    safety of fresh produce Welcome to the Produce Safety Alliance PSA website The Produce Safety Alliance is a collaboration between Cornell University FDA and USDA to prepare fresh produce growers to meet the regulatory requirements included in the United States Food and Drug Administration s proposed Food Safety Modernization Act FSMA Produce Safety Rule Upcoming Events The PSA has scheduled two Train the Trainer Courses in June 2015 To learn

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  • Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance
    of Good Agricultural Practices GAPs information new FSMA Produce Safety Rule standards and a review of the seven module PSA Grower Training curriculum During the training principles of adult education how to incorporate the PSA curriculum into other extension trainings developing working partnerships expectations for trainer certification and how to register a PSA Grower Training Course with the Association of Food and Drug Officials AFDO will also be covered Review the Course Agenda What does successfully completing the PSA Train the Trainer TTT Course mean for me Upon successful completion of the full two day PSA TTT you will be a PSA Certified Trainer Completing this training allows you deliver curriculum modules as a trainer in a PSA Grower Training under the direction of a PSA Certified Lead Trainer Every PSA Grower Training must have at least one PSA Certified Lead Trainer present Anyone presenting at a PSA Grower Training must be at minimum a PSA Certified Trainer How do I become a PSA Certified Lead Trainer PSA Certified Lead Trainers must attend the two day PSA Train the Trainer Course and successfully complete an interview to demonstrate their competency in three specific areas 1 Knowledge of microbiology as it relates to produce safety 2 Knowledge of fruit and vegetable production harvesting packing and transportation and 3 Knowledge of the FSMA Produce Safety Rule Information about how to prepare for and complete this process will be included during the PSA TTT Course Flow Diagram How do I become a PSA Certified Trainer or PSA Certified Lead Trainer Costs to Attend Total costs to attend a PSA TTT Course will vary and final costs have not yet been determined It is anticipated that PSA educational materials for trainers will be 75 Certificate costs through AFDO and the associated costs of the

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  • Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance
    classroom instruction The PSA will continue discussions related to trainer qualifications and the certification process so stay tuned for more details regarding how to become a trainer as well as dates and locations of Train the Trainer Programs To date the PSA does not have any Train the Trainer workshops scheduled but we will send out updates through our general listserve as soon as they become available PSA Webinar on the Proposed Produce Rule Supplemental October 23 2014 2 PM EDT The Produce Safety Alliance hosted a one hour webinar and teleconference with the FDA Produce Safety Staff to discuss the proposed Produce Safety Rule Supplemental which was released for comment on September 29th 2014 Dr Michael Mahovic Consumer Safety Officer with the Produce Safety Staff gave an informative presentation on the changes made to the original proposed rule which was followed by a Q A session Revisions to the proposed Produce Safety Rule include changes to the water quality standards and testing raw manure and compost standards definition of a covered farm clarified procedures for withdrawing the qualified exemption and clarified provisions on wildlife The comment period will close on December 15 2014 To listen to an audio recording of the presentation click here Presentation Slides Produce Safety Alliance Hosted Teleconference and Q A Session Operational Strategy for Implementing the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act Call in Information Dial toll free 866 939 3921 Conference ID 6929468 Date Monday July 7th 2014 Time 2 3 PM EDT Fee No charge Registration Open to all Please dial in 5 10 minutes prior to the start of the conference so that the operator can take your name and place you into the conference room Presented by Ms Kathy Gombas FSMA Change Management Lead FDA s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition Click here for the presentation slide set This meeting is a teleconference only These slides have been provided should you want to follow along with visuals Q A with FDA staff members will follow the presentation The operator will provide instructions for how to participate in the question and answer portion during the call For more information on the Operational Strategy for Implementing the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act visit the complete document here Listen to the audio recording here Questions Contact Gretchen Wall at glw53 cornell edu PSA FDA Question Answer Series March 6 2013 The Produce Safety Alliance in collaboration with the FDA will be hosting a series of Q A teleconferences to discuss specific sections of the Food Safety Modernization Act FSMA Proposed Produce Safety Rule Click here for more information Date Time EST Topic Mar 18 2013 11 AM Exemptions Recording available Mar 25 2013 11 AM Agricultural Water Recording available Apr 22 2013 11 AM Soil Amendments Recording available May 3 2013 11 AM Domestic and Wild Animals Recording available May 6 2013 11 AM Growing Harvesting Packing and Holding Activities Recording available May 8 2013 11 AM Equipment Tools Buildings Sanitation Recording available

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  • Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance
    Food Science SEARCH CORNELL Pages People more options PSA Materials Educational Materials Government Resources Industry Resources University Contacts Produce Rule Preventive Controls About Us Contact Us Committees Project Milestones Executive

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  • Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance
    Focus Group Summary PSA Conference June 30 31 Orlando FL 2011 PSA Conference Proceedings Presentations Co Management of Food Safety and Conservation Practices Laura Giudici Mills Metz Fresh LLC Farm to Table Food Safety for Colorado Produce Crops Marisa Bunning Colorado State University Farming with Food Safety and Conservation in Mind Jo Ann Baumgartner Wild Farm Alliance Florida Good Agricultural Practices GAPs Training Program Keith Schneider University of Florida Food Safety for Local Growers Johnna Hepner Produce Marketing Association Introduction to the Produce Safety Alliance Betsy Bihn and Robert Gravani Cornell University Novel Approaches to GAPs Training Tools and Evaluation Ben Chapman North Carolina State University Small Growers with an Emphasis on Organic Sustainable Growers Chris Gunter North Carolina State University The On Farm Food Safety Project A Comprehensive Resource for Developing a Customized On Farm Food Safety Plan Jim Slama Family Farmed Showcase Materials Arizona Leafy Greens Food Safety Committee Arizona Leafy Greens Products Shipper Marketing Agreement Farm to Table Food Safety GAPs Webinars Colorado State University Farming with Food Safety and Conservation in Mind Wild Farm Alliance On Farm Food Safety Program CanadaGAP Food Safety Practices for Strawberry Harvest Workers flip chart California Strawberry Commission Food Safety Practices

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  • Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance
    Michigan State University Agrifood Safety Work Group North Carolina State University NC Fresh Produce Safety The Illinois Institute of Technology Institute for Food Safety and Health The Ohio State University The Ohio State University Penn State Penn State Farm Food Safety Web Site Produce Safety Alliance 2011 Conference Proceedings Rutgers University Rutgers University Texas AgriLife Extension Service GAPs for Fresh Market Spinach Texas AgriLife Extension Service University of Arizona Cooperative

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  • Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance
    PSA Materials Educational Materials Government Resources Industry Resources University Contacts Produce Rule Preventive Controls About Us Contact Us Committees Project Milestones Executive Steering Working Links for Government Resources United States Food and Drug Administration FDA Food Safety Modernization Act FSMA Foodborne Illness Contaminants Recalls Outbreaks Emergencies Food Defense FDA Food Guidance Documents United States Department of Agriculture USDA Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Audit Programs Food Safety Natural Resources Conservation Service

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