Produce safety workshop set for UC Davis
The UC Davis Postharvest Technology Center announced their popular Produce Safety: A Science-based Framework Workshop has a few spots left.
The workshop, organized by Trevor Suslow, will be held November 3-5 on the UC Davis campus. This 2 1/2-day workshop is an integrated approach to building a foundation of awareness and improved understanding of the current scientific basis for produce microbial safety systems and preventive controls. The content is designed to provide participants with a framework for decision-making on key topics common to industry guidance and standards as well as the multiple layers of evolving federal regulatory compliance rule-making requirements.
The course content is primarily designed for entering and junior level produce safety professional across the supply-chain and affiliated industries. Many others with an interest in produce safety as educators, managers, or policy developers will find the course content informative and unique.
For more information or to register online, visit the conference website.