How Should my Business Respond to COIVID-19? A Q & A Zoom Session for Apple Packing Facilities
July 16, 2020
Noon - 1:15 PM
HostLake Ontario Fruit Program
email Craig Kahlke
Register here: https://cornell.zoom.us/webina...
This webinar is part of the LOF 2020 Summer Fruit Series Zoom webinars. For the full series see https://lof.cce.cornell.edu/.
Addressing Questions about:
• Writing a NY Forward Business Safety Plan
• Guidance for Food Processing Facilities
• Requirements vs. Guidance
• Best Management Practices (BMPs) in Packing Houses
• BMPs in the Office
• Harvest Planning for COVID-19 Issues
• BMPs for employee COVID-19 Education
• Questions submitted ahead of time
• Questions submitted during the Q&A session
Moderated by Craig Kahlke, Fruit Quality Management, Team Leader, CCE- Lake Ontario Fruit Program
- Dr. Rich Stup, Cornell Workforce Development Program
- Dr. Elizabeth Bihn, Institute of Food Safety at Cornell University
- Dr. David Bell, Public Health Emergency Preparedness Coordinator for the Genesee and Orleans County Health Departments
- Dr. Chris Watkins, Professor of Postharvest Science, Cornell University, Director of Cornell Cooperative Extension
- Matt Wells, Director of Field Services, New York Apple Sales
- Mark Wiltberger, Business Management Specialist, CCE- Lake Ontario Fruit Program
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