Eleven Rivers Trains Corporate Responsibility Coordinators

On Wednesday, August 13, 2014, the Eleven Rivers Administration was invited to participate with the presentation “Corporate Responsibility in the Eleven Rivers Regulatory Framework” within the framework of the “Training Day for Social Responsibility and personal Security in Work “organized by the Culiacan Growers Association (AARC).

Nearly 90 professionals from the social work and occupational safety areas who work designing and implementing social welfare and occupational safety projects to improve the quality of life and food safety of families of migrant agricultural day laborers who are established in the companies’ agricultural shelters Associated with the AARC.

The Eleven Rivers Standard has five Fulfillment Axes, during this training, it was exposed on the criteria established in Axis V “Corporate Responsibility System”, which includes fundamental components such as: Occupational Safety, Worker Health, Quality of Life in the Hostels, Social Programs, and Environmental Protection; The latter seeking to minimize the impact of horticultural activity on biodiversity.

The dynamics of the training consisted in presenting the compliance criteria described in the Standard, the attendees actively participated and feedback with their valuable experiences, as well as the staff of the companies Agricola Belher and Del Campo and Associates, who shared the experiences they lived In the implementation and certification Eleven Rivers that was audited by NSF International during the season 2013-2014.

In the following weeks, the Eleven Rivers Administration will announce its Human Capital Training Program for the 2014-2015 season, which will strengthen among other issues those related to social and environmental responsibility.