May 20, 2015
Produce Safety Alliance schedules first two Train-the-Trainer Courses

The Produce Safety Alliance (PSA) has scheduled its first two Train-the-Trainer Courses for June 2015.

The PSA Train-the-Trainer Courses are for those interested in becoming PSA Certified Trainers or PSA Certified Lead Trainers and who use the PSA standardized curriculum to train fresh produce growers to meet the regulatory requirements as proposed in FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act Produce Safety Rule.

To register for the PSA Train-the-Trainer Course, visit the following websites:

For more information regarding the courses, visit PSA’s training page.




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