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  • GAPs Program The goal of the National GAPs Program is to reduce microbial risks in fruits and vegetables by developing a comprehensive extension and education program for growers and packers Click here to learn more GAPs Online English Course October 7 27 2015 Click here for more information and additional course dates NEW ITEM Farm Food Safety Decision Trees Updated 9 11 2015 GAPs Workshops 2015 Workshop dates announced Click

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  • The National GAPs Program at Cornell University—About GAPs
    educators scientists state and federal government personnel and other interested stakeholders Our Research and Extension Database provides a searchable database of research and extension articles access to multilingual educational materials and links to GAPs collaborators and programs at other institutions The searchable citation database is updated through monthly automated searches of AGRICOLA and PubMed databases Site users can search under specific GAPs topics such as water manure and worker training

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  • The National GAPs Program at Cornell University—Events Calendar
    course price is 190 Please contact Betsy Bihn eab38 cornell edu or 315 787 2625 if you have any questions or concerns More information about the course can be found here Future Course Dates November 4 24 2015 E mail Mark Kogut mlk29 cornell edu if you wish to receive e mail notifications of future online course dates and open registrations GAPs Training and Workshops Develop Your Own Farm Food Safety Plan Cornell Cooperative Extension New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets and National GAPs Program personnel collaborate to conduct 2 day workshops to help fresh produce growers learn about GAPs and write their own farm food safety plans After attending the 2 day workshop growers are invited to a mock audit during the growing season so they know what to expect from a third party audit Workshop Dates and Locations for 2015 There are 6 planned 2 day Good Agricultural Practices GAPs workshops scheduled for this winter and spring This is for those farmers who are interested in produce safety or who are being required by buyers to develop food safety plans and provide third party verification of their food safety practices The Food Safety Modernization Act proposed produce safety rules have been released with a tentative final rule anticipated sometime in the summer of 2015 These workshops will help growers understand produce safety issues and Good Agricultural Practices as well as the FSMA proposed produce rule and third party audits The second day will be devoted to writing farm food safety plans so that each participant can work on their own farm plan These workshops are sponsored by the National GAPs Program Cornell Cooperative Extension Cornell University Produce Safety Alliance and the New York State Department of Ag Markets with funding from the Genesee Valley Regional Market

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  • The National GAPs Program at Cornell University—Educational Materials
    hygiene to produce safety It covers the need for drinking water and proper hydration proper use of field toilets and handwashing facilities and how workers can protect themselves and the crops they harvest Each book is in full color and bilingual English and Spanish Fruits Vegetables and Food Safety Health and Hygiene on the Farm English SpanishEnglish HmongEnglish Creole 2004 Designed to be part of a comprehensive worker training program this 15 minute video offers guidance to workers on proper handwashing and toilet use with emphasis on how their health affects the safety of fresh fruits and vegetables Hygiene topics discussed in this video are reinforced in the Field Hygiene Poster Series Available in DVD and VHS formats each video contains both the English Spanish version English Hmong and English Creole versions are available on DVD only Click here to see a preview of the videos Food Safety Begins on the Farm A Grower Self Assessment of Food Safety Risks A Rangarajan E A Bihn M P Pritts and R B Gravani 2003 The assessment is designed to guide growers through the process of identifying risks particular to their operation developing appropriate solutions implementing good agricultural practices and developing a farm food safety plan This document has 21 sections allowing growers to evaluate many different parts of their operation including harvest sanitation worker hygiene wild animals water use farm biosecurity and crisis management Each section contains worksheets so that growers can document their progress and plan for GAPs implementation English only Click here to download the farm assessment sections Steps For Proper Handwashing Photo Magnet English and Spanish 2005 This eye catching magnet shows the important steps required for proper hand washing and serves as a reminder to wash often Available in English or Spanish Did you know In the Field there is a need for hygiene too S Auger M Colindres Editors E A Bihn R B Gravani and K Embrey 2005 This photonovel discusses the importance of proper hygiene in the field Join Paco Luis and Carmello for their lunch break Carmello and Luis discuss their personal experiences Paco s hygiene mishaps and their friend Lalo s illness Topics covered include the importance of toilet use in the field proper handwashing fruit and vegetable handling safe food storage and washing clothes after working in the field Each novella is bilingual English and Spanish Did you Know Your kitchen could be a source of illness S Auger M Colindres Editors E A Bihn R B Gravani and K Embrey 2006 Learn safe food preparation techniques by following the Valdez Family as they learn first hand the perils of foodborne illness and how to prevent food contamination This guide provides food safety tips for all stages of food preparation including shopping kitchen cleaning handwashing defrosting foods separating raw meats from fresh produce fruit and vegetable preparation cooking times and temperatures proper refrigeration storing leftovers pest control kitchen sanitation and more Each novella is bilingual English and Spanish Farm Food Safety

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  • The National GAPs Program at Cornell University—Decision Tree Project
    to Use the Decision Trees and reviewing the Checklist to identify which Decision Tree you should complete first When you are ready to begin writing your farm food safety plan be sure to check out the the How to Write an SOP document and Recordkeeping Sheets There is a Glossary in case any terms are unfamiliar All of the Decision Trees follow simple YES or NO pathways to aid you

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  • The National GAPs Program at Cornell University—Research and Extension Database
    available directly for download you may consider contacting your local public library as they may have access to some of the databases containing these articles Alternatively you may contact your local extension educator as they may have access to a university library that may have a subscription to the journal of interest A link to the RefShare site along with the Ref ID of the article s you are interested

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  • The National GAPs Program at Cornell University—FSI
    supply Consumers also have a responsibility and should understand the basic concepts of safe food preparation and how to implement practices to assure the safety of the foods they handle store prepare and eat The Food Safety Investigation FSI Curriculum has been developed for students in high school agriculture biology health and food science classes It is a supplemental curriculum designed to teach students safe food handling and preparation practices as well as increase their understanding of food production from farm to table Created collaboratively with educators it is presented in an easy to use format with activities that were tested in the classroom While this curriculum presents cases that include food contamination events and foodborne illnesses the lessons and activities are designed to be educational and not to raise concerns about specific food products The collaborating educators who helped develop the curriculum and pilot taught it in their classrooms requested the final curriculum be flexible in the design and presentation To meet this need and take into account differences in teaching styles classroom time periods and variations between schools in different states the FSI Curriculum is presented in multiple formats with the ability to modify flow and order The

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  • The National GAPs Program at Cornell University—Collaborators
    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 Ph 612 624 7444 Fax 612 624 3005 E mail scher019 umn edu Web http safety cfans umn edu Top 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 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 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 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 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 Harding Highway Mays Landing NJ 08330 Phone 609 625 0056 Fax 609 625 3646 E mail vanvranken rcre rutgers edu Top New Mexico Nancy C Flores Ph D Food Technology Specialist New Mexico State University Dept of Extension Home Economics PO Box 30003 MSC 3AE Las Cruces NM 88003 8003 Phone 585 646 1179 Fax 575 646 1889 E mail naflores nmsu edu Top New York Elizabeth A Bihn Ph D Cornell University Department of Food Science 630 West North Street Geneva NY 14456 Phone 315 787 2625

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