The Produce Safety Alliance (PSA) 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 Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule.
The Produce Safety Alliance officially launched its training programs in September of 2016 and has been tasked with developing the standardized national produce safety training program to prepare fresh produce growers to meet the requirement in § 112.22(c) that states ‘At least one supervisor or responsible party for your farm must have successfully completed food safety training at least equivalent to that received under standardized curriculum recognized as adequate by the Food and Drug Administration.’ The PSA has developed two types of training courses; a Grower Training Course and a Train-the-Trainer Course.
PSA training courses
Available courses include:
PSA Grower Training Course
PSA Train-the-Trainer Course
PSA course reports
The Produce Safety Alliance officially launched its training programs in September of 2016. For more information about total course and trainer data, please review the latest reports on the PSA website. The Produce Safety Alliance does not share individual course participant information.
The Produce Safety Alliance does not share individual course participant information. If you have any questions about the PSA’s outreach or training activities, please contact Gretchen Wall (email@example.com) or Michele Humiston (firstname.lastname@example.org).