Eleven Rivers Growers develops the “Food Safety Training Session with NSF International experts”

Last month we started with a series of trainings in cooperation with NSF International entitled “Food Safety Training Sessions with NSF International experts”. During the month of July, two more trainings were lectured, being a total of 5 trainings on various subjects of great significance for better performance of the farming industry. These trainings were developed through Zoom platform, lasting 2 hours each.

Training to Survive an Unannounced Audit | July 1

Developer: Mauricio Villanueva Sotelo – Technical Trainer, Training and Education

In this training, participants were able to learn about:

  • Tell apart the source and purpose of unannounced audits.
  • Identify the prevention element as the key to respond to an unannounced audit.
  • Choose the best practices get the organization ready for a successful unannounced audit.
  • Identify the actions to be performed during an unannounced audit.

If you missed this training, watch it here:

Global GAP SpringAdd.On |July 8

Developer: Mauricio Villanueva Sotelo – Technical Trainer, Training and Education

In this training the participant was able to learn about:

  • Learn the origins of the SPRING GLOBALG.A.P. Program
  • Identify the structure that makes up the SPRING program
  • Learn the steps to implement the program in my operation
  • Solve doubts about the feasibility of the program in Mexican farming operations.

If you missed this training, watch it here:

NSF International was founded in 1944, with the mission to protect and improve human health worldwide. They develop public health standards and certifications that help protecting food, water, consumer products, and the environment. As a standalone and certifying organization, they assess, audit and certify products and systems, in addition to providing training and risk management.