Supervisor Training

The Online Produce Safety Supervisor Training is a self-paced, online course designed specifically for farm supervisors who are looking for annual produce safety re-training. Course Cost is $100.

Online Produce Safety Supervisor Training 

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Dates


Cost is $100. Pre-registration is required. Registration ends one week before the course begins.

November 7 – 25, 2022
January 2 – 20, 2023
February 6 – 24, 2023
March 6 – 24, 2023
May 1 – 19, 2023

 

Description


This course is designed to help farm food safety supervisors learn more about the requirements of the FSMA Produce Safety Rule and how to use relevant resources to support their farm's compliance with the rule.


At the end of this course, you will:

  • Understand the basic requirements under FSMA that fall within your job responsibilities
  • Identify risks you encounter daily in your job better
  • Have a list of emergency response items tailored to the risks your employees encounter
  • Develop a skill based training plan for your employees

 

Course Details


The course is taught in nine short modules divided over two weeks. An additional week is given to finish any assignments from the second week of class. The course is held online through D2L.


Although this course is self paced, participation in the weekly discussions is encouraged. This course will require about 4 hours of your time and includes useful assignments that relate to your work on the farm.

*This presentation is not and was not intended to fulfill requirement §112.22 (c). Though these learnings supplement an individual’s understanding of food safety and the Produce Safety Rule, individuals that must meet §112.22 (c) are strongly encouraged to take either the Produce Safety Alliance Grower Training or equivalent.


 

 

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