Developed in partnership with Michigan Food and Farming Systems and MIFFS Red de Productores Hispanos
This presentation discusses how farm managers and crew leaders can conduct successful produce safety training programs.
Do your farm workers know who to report to if they're sick, or if the bathroom runs out of soap? Use this template to plan out who to contact if various food safety issues arise on the farm.
This sticker can be used as a reminder for farm workers not to place buckets on the ground.
Here, you can download 18 different food safety signs to hang up around your farm.
Basics of Worker Training
The FSMA Produce Safety Rule states that farm workers must be trained at least once annually. This video discusses what needs to be covered in a farm worker training.
Blueberry-Specific Worker Training
This video builds on what you already know about worker health and hygiene and deals with matters that are specific to blueberries.
Writing a Handwashing SOP
When it comes to food safety, the importance of handwashing cannot be overstated. This video walks you through the basics of proper handwashing, and writing a handwashing standard operating procedure (SOP).
The FSMA Produce Safety Rule requires you to provide adequate, readily accessible handwashing stations for workers and visitors. Watch the video above to learn more.
Blood and Bodily Fluids Policy
This video and corresponding fact sheet offers a blood and bodily fluids policy boilerplate that can be adapted to your farm.
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