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Guidelines for Crisis Management

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 6/28/2016 to Ag - GAP
The unfortunate truth about the agriculture industry is that even if maximum safety efforts are made, accidents can still happen. A variety of unexpected events can occur that result in harm to employees and/or the public. For this reason, some GAP requirements are focused on crisis management. 

Sink Size Really Does Matter

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 6/21/2016 to Food Service
Not all portable sinks are created equal. Even if every sink on the market had the same effectiveness at killing germs, some would still be better than others — and price is not and should not be the only consideration. It could be argued that sink size is one of the most important factors in the assessment of the product, second only to its sanitation capabilities. 

Simple & Safe Tank Pumping

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 6/14/2016 to Ag - GAP
Regular, proper tank pumping serves two purposes: keeping facilities usable and removing waste from the field or orchard area. Whether you pump out units yourself or utilize a pumping company, take appropriate steps to make the process easy, and more importantly, safe.

Tips for Proper Setup of Temporary Food Facilities

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 6/7/2016 to Food Service
There are a variety of events that require caterers and similar business owners to work in locations where there is no permanent structure: farmers markets, outdoor weddings, and festivals to name a few. In those instances, food service professionals need to work in temporary facilities. As a general guide, here’s an overview of steps to aid in proper setup:
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