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  • Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance
    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 Steering Working Links for Industry Resources United Fresh Guidance on Environmental

    Original URL path: http://producesafetyalliance.cornell.edu/industry-res.html (2015-10-10)
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  • Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance
    Maryland College Park MD 20742 Phone 301 405 4351 Fax 301 314 9308 E mail cswalsh umd edu Top Michigan Leslie D Bourquin Professor and Food Safety Specialist Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition Michigan State University 139A G M Trout Building East Lansing MI 48824 1224 Phone 517 355 8474 Ext 112 Email bourqui1 msu edu Suzanne D Thornsbury Ph D Assistant Professor Department of Agricultural Economics 211B Agriculture Hall Michigan State University East Lansing MI 48824 1039 Phone 517 432 5418 Fax 517 432 1800 E mail thornsbu anr msu edu Web www globalhort msu edu Phil Tocco Agriculture Natural Resources MSU Extension Jackson County E mail tocco msu edu Web MSU Agrifood Safety Workgroup Mollie Woods 211A Agriculture Hall Michigan State University East Lansing MI 48824 1323 Phone 517 353 4380 Fax 517 432 1800 E mail willi751 msu edu Top Minnesota Michele Schermann RN MS Research Fellow Agricultural Safety and Health University of Minnesota 1390 Eckles Avenue St Paul MN 55108 6005 Phone 612 624 7444 Fax 612 624 3005 E mail scher019 umn edu Web http safety cfans umn edu Top Mississippi Nicole A Bell Food Safety and Agribusiness Specialist Alcorn State University Mississippi Small Farm Development Center 1000 ASU Drive 1080 Alcorn State Mississippi 39096 7500 Phone 601 877 2425 Fax 601 877 3931 E mail nbell alcorn edu Web www alcorn edu Missouri Londa Vanderwal Nwadike PhD State Extension Food Safety Specialist Kansas State University University of Missouri 105 East 5th St Suite 200 Kansas City MO 64106 Phone 816 482 5860 E mail nwadikel missouri edu Top Montana Lynn C Paul EdD RD MSU Extension Food and Nutrition Specialist 101 Romney PO Box 173370 Bozeman MT 59717 3370 E mail lpaul montana edu Phone 406 994 5702 Fax 406 994 7300 Top Nebraska Kim Peterson Outreach Program Specialist University of Nebraska Rural Initiative 103 Miller Hall PO Box 830710 Lincoln NE 68583 0710 Phone 402 472 9287 Fax 402 472 2374 E mail kpeterson2 unl edu Vaughn Hammond Extension Educator Specialty Crops University of Nebraska Lincoln Kimmel Education and Research Center 5985 G Road Nebraska City NE 68410 Phone 402 873 3166 Fax 402 873 3218 E mail vhammond2 unl edu Sarah Browning Extension Educator Horticulture University of Nebraska Lincoln Lancaster County Extension 444 Cherrycreek Road Suite A Lincoln NE 68528 1507 Phone 402 441 7180 Fax 402 441 7148 E mail sbrowning2 unl edu Top New Jersey Wesley L Kline Ph D Rutgers Cooperative Research and Extension Cumberland County 291 Morton Ave Millville NJ 08332 9776 Phone 856 451 2800 Fax 856 451 4206 E mail wkline rcre rutgers edu Donald W Schaffner Ph D Food Risk Analysis Initiative 65 Dudley Rd Rutgers University State University of New Jersey New Brunswick NJ 08901 8520 Phone 732 932 9611 ext 214 Fax 732 932 6776 E mail schaffner aesop rutgers edu Web http foodsci rutgers edu schaffner Richard W VanVranken County Agricultural Agent Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Atlantic Co 6260 Old

    Original URL path: http://producesafetyalliance.cornell.edu/univ-contacts.html (2015-10-10)
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  • Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance
    2013 After initial review of over 15 000 comments submitted to the docket the FDA released a supplemental document proposing revisions to key areas of the Produce Rule on September 19 2014 including Water quality standards and testing Raw manure and compost Definition of a covered farm Clarified procedures for withdrawing the qualified exemption Clarified provisions on wildlife The proposed rule supplement was published in the Federal Register on Monday September 29 2014 There will be a 75 day comment period which closes on December 15 2014 A summary of the key revisions can be found on the FDA s website or you can download the full document online Electronic comments can be submitted at http www regulations gov submitComment D FDA 2011 N 0921 0973 Handwritten comments can be mailed to Division of Dockets Management HFA 305 Food and Drug Administration 5630 Fishers Lane Rm 1061 Rockville MD 20852 We highly encourage your participation in this process The FDA greatly values your insight in drafting a document that better suits the needs of produce farmers across the country Before you begin here are a few key tips for submitting impactful comments to the docket Read the supplement and review

    Original URL path: http://producesafetyalliance.cornell.edu/prodrule.html (2015-10-10)
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  • Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance
    Preventive Controls About Us Contact Us Committees Project Milestones Executive Steering Working Proposed Rule for Preventive Controls for Human Food Current Good Manufacturing Practice and Hazard Analysis and Risk Based Preventive Controls for Human Food http www fda gov Food

    Original URL path: http://producesafetyalliance.cornell.edu/prevcon.html (2015-10-10)
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  • Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance
    overarching objective of this project is to provide the produce industry and associated groups with training and educational opportunities related to current best practices and guidance and future regulatory requirements by establishing the Produce Safety Alliance The curricula will include GAPs and other preventative controls including co management Outreach efforts will focus on fresh produce growers packers and grower cooperatives with special emphasis on small and very small scale farms and packinghouses Small operations may be defined as those who currently direct market to consumers have gross sales of under 500 000 or have an immediate need of assistance in understanding and implementing food safety practices There are four main objectives Providing educational outreach assistance to fresh produce growers and packers including grower cooperatives to increase their understanding of the critical role they play in public health via implementation of on farm and packinghouse GAPs on farm environmental coordinated management co management and other preventive controls Developing a standardized multi format training and education program to assist the produce industry including growers and packers and regulatory agencies with the implementation of FDA s requisite produce safety regulation Developing a standardized multi format training and education program to assist the produce

    Original URL path: http://producesafetyalliance.cornell.edu/about.html (2015-10-10)
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  • Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance
    Regional Extension Associate Based in Columbus Ohio Department of Food Science Cornell University 630 W North Street Hedrick Hall NYSAES Geneva NY 14456 E mail dstoeckel cornell edu Donna Pahl M S Southwest Regional Extension Associate Based in Riverside California Department of Food Science Cornell University 630 W North Street Hedrick Hall NYSAES Geneva NY 14456 E mail dmp274 cornell edu Michele Humiston Produce Safety Alliance Extension Aide II Department of Food Science G12 Hedrick Hall NYSAES 630 W North Street Geneva NY 14456 Phone 315 787 2287 E mail mmc15 cornell edu Kristin L Woods Ph D Southeast Regional Extension Associate Produce Safety Alliance Alabama Extension PO Box 40 120 Court St Grove Hill Alabama 36451 Phone 251 753 1164 E mail WOODSKL aces edu Association of Food and Drug Officials Byron Beerbower Compliance Manager Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Food and Dairy Division Phone 517 241 0934 Fax 517 373 3333 Cell 517 599 9547 E mail beerbowerb michigan gov National Association of State Departments of Agriculture Bob Ehart Public Policy Director NASDA Suite 1020 1156 15th St NW Washington DC 20005 Phone 202 296 9680 E mail bob nasda org US Food and Drug Administration

    Original URL path: http://producesafetyalliance.cornell.edu/contact.html (2015-10-10)
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  • Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance
    Trainer program curriculum materials and trainer certification process August 2014 Special Session at The International Association of Food Protection IAFP Meeting Indianapolis IN This special session hosted at IAFP provided an update on the PSA s progress with curriculum development outreach and future training opportunities for the PSA Train the Trainer and Grower Training Programs FDA Produce Safety Staff Director Dr Samir Assar discussed FDA s commitment to education and outreach to aid in implementation of the final rule for produce safety included in the Food Safety Modernization Act FSMA September 2013 Produce Safety Educator s Group Formed The PSA began hosting monthly meetings and FSMA specific webinars for produce safety educators to discuss challenges related to outreach and education funding for training and technical assistance Currently 200 educators receive monthly updates meeting notes and webinar recordings with an average meeting attendance each month of 35 50 June 2013 Trainer Competency Discussion at Center for Produce Safety Annual Meeting Rochester NY Twenty seven individuals from academia industry and government met prior to the annual CPS conference to discuss qualifications of trainers and logistics of trainer certification May 2013 The PSA hosted eight very informative question and answer sessions with the FDA s produce Safety Staff to discuss specific sections of the Food Safety Modernization Act FSMA Proposed Produce Safety Rule from March to May If you were not able to attend any of the eight Q A sessions the audio recordings from each session with the FDA Produce Safety Staff are now available for listening online These sessions were unscripted and driven by actual situations and questions from farmers packers retailers educators and industry members The Q A series covered key areas of the proposed Produce Rule including Understanding Exemptions Agricultural Water Soil Amendments Domestic and Wild Animals Growing Harvesting Packing Holding Equipment Tools Buildings Sanitation Health Hygiene and Training for Workers and Recordkeeping Compliance Enforcement November 2012 We are happy to report that the learning objectives for the curriculum have been finalized and we are moving onto content development The learning objectives are reflective of the working committee process farmer focus groups and identified educational needs based on collaborator programs from around the country The six modules developed will encompass worker health and hygiene water production and postharvest soil amendments wildlife postharvest handling and how to develop a farm food safety plan June 2012 All ten working committees have published their summaries and recommendations to aid in curriculum development We greatly appreciate the 178 working committee members who participated in over 70 working committee meetings throughout the past year A special thanks to the 20 co chairs who provided their expertise and leadership to guide the WCs to completion All WC notes and summaries are now posted online for download April 2012 Focus groups with 89 small fruit and vegetables growers across the country were held through the months of February to April to gather their thoughts challenges and preferences related to implementing food safety practices on the farm

    Original URL path: http://producesafetyalliance.cornell.edu/milestones.html (2015-10-10)
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  • Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance
    Food and Dairy Division Stephen Stich Director Division of Food Safety and Inspection New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets National Association of State Departments of Agriculture Bob Ehart NASDA Public Policy Director Dan Ragan Director of the Food and Drug Protection Division of the NC Deptartment of Agriculture US Food and Drug Administration Samir Assar Ph D Director Produce Safety Staff FDA Center for Food Safety and Applied

    Original URL path: http://producesafetyalliance.cornell.edu/executive.html (2015-10-10)
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