• Implement the BPA program
  • Reduce the risks of crop contamination
  • Handle agrotoxics correctly
  • Manage Compost according to regulation
  • Comply with collection BPAs
  • Includes real practice sessions in the course


Provide and strengthen technical knowledge on the management of agricultural crops through the effective implementation and maintenance of Good Agricultural / Manufacturing Practices in order to ensure that risks to food safety are reduced from planting, warehouse management, transportation and until this becomes a processed product in its primary stage.


-Introduction to Good Agricultural Practices

-International References and Regulatory Implications

-International Alignment (FAO and WTO)

-Produce Safety FSMA

-Responsibilities for farmers, managers and exporters

-International Schemes

-Outbreak Reports

-Main reports of poisoning by fresh vegetables

-GAP as a basis in the food safety system

-Company Responsibilities

-Employee Responsibilities / Hygiene Practices

-Risk water during planting, production, harvest

-Compost handling (organic fertilizers and Produce Safety regulation)

-Integrated pest management

-Management and disposal of chemicals on the farm

-Waste Management

-Risks during Packaging

-Compost handling

-Good Storage Practices for fruits and vegetables

-The participant receives a diploma for their full attendance to the session and / or certificate after exam approval

-Proof of work skills DC-3 (STPS)

  • Time

8 hours

  • Schedule

Day 1: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

* Consult place and date of availability


With an 8-hour session, Good Agricultural Practices will provide and strengthen the technical foundations established by local regulations, as well as FAO recommendations for sustainable agriculture and the basic requirements under other GFSI and FSMA schemes, finally the participant will develop skills for exercise control of the programs in the agricultural, storage or packaging field and the effective verification in the implementation and maintenance of this program.

Suggested to

  • Responsible for the Food Safety program
  • Field supervisors
  • Farmers, grain and fresh storage
  • Agrotoxic management program managers
  • Universities
  • Regulatory Entities

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