Planning for Success: Food Safety Plan Writing

​”Planning for Success: Food Safety Plan Writing” began Thursday June 4 and will continue on June 18 and July 1. The program is offered via WebEx, or by phone for audio only. Each program includes a presentation followed by time for discussion and questions and answers.

“The programs are designed so that growers can participate over a lunch hour and get answers to current questions they may have as they work through the plan writing process,” says Scott Monroe, Purdue Extension food safety educator and organizer of the series.

The series schedule (all times noon to 1 p.m. EDT):

  • June 4: “Written Food Safety Plan Basics.”
  • June 9: “Policies, Procedures and Documentation.”
  • June 18: “Food Safety Protocols – What’s Out There.”
  • July 1: “Using Templates and Other Resources.”  

To join the program, go to http://bit.ly/FSPlanWriting. To participate by audio only, call 888-854-1541.

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