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Quality Management System in Agriculture - GTIS Offers free course in Guyana.

posted Oct 19, 2009, 11:20 AM by Shigam Agri   [ updated Feb 10, 2010, 5:47 PM ]

In continues efforts to improve the export of fresh produce from Guyana, The "GTIS" program (USAID) is inviting Israeli experts to train farmers and stakeholders in the agri-business to join free training for quality management (Global Gap) for the agriculture industry.


COURSE closed

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course by:

STATE OF ISRAEL

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE

AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT

Time: 09:00 - 16:00

COURSE PROGRAM

 

Objectives:

The course objectives are:

R To train the participants in the various aspects of new international quality-    

     Management standard

R To learn new approaches of cost-effectiveness in agriculture production

R To study the process of implementing quality-management standards, and the ways  

     To benefit from it in the agricultural market.

R To discuss with different industries & agencies managers how to implement the international quality management standards

 

Day 1 -  7/12/09

A - Q.M. System in Agriculture 

Main topics:

1)         History Subjects in Management.

2)         First Basic Subjects Management.

3)         The attitude to Quality product.

4)         Quality definitions.

5)         Principles of Quality management.

6)         Q.M. in Agriculture – Main Principles.

7)         Quallity Requirenments from Growers.

8)         Quality components in Agriculture.

9)         Application of Quality Standards.

 

B - Basic Principles ISO 9001-2008

Main topics:

1)         ISO 9001-2008 Quality System.

2)         Quality Requirements From Growers.

3)         Market Requirements.

4)         ISO 9001-2008 (4 Chapters).

5)         Documentation Of Quality System.

 

 

Day 2 – 8/12/09

 

A - Quality Management - 8 principles – ISO 9001:2008  :

1)         Customer focus (expectation loyalty).

2)         Leadership (motivation, goals, objectives).

3)         Involvement of workers (contribution, experience, knowledge).

4)         Process Approach.

5)         System Approach.

6)         Continual improvement.

7)         Factual approach (measurement).

8)         Suppliers management.

 

 

B - ISO 9000 Components in a farm

Main topics:

1)         I.S.O 9000 – components in a farm.

2)         Regulatory requirement (Growers & Products).

3)         Growing Protocol Content.

4)         Management Responsibility (farm).

5)         Customer focus – contract review.

6)         Customers satisfaction monitoring measured as follwing:

7)         Market Requirements (Q.M) - (grower & product)

 

C - Implementation process in a farm

Main topics:

1)         Quality & Excellence implementation process.

2)         Stages in implementation of Quality procedures.

3)         I.S.O 9000 – Implementation Process.

4)         Human Resources management.

5)         Infrastructure management.

6)         Information management.

7)         Organizational control layout.

8)         Efficiency – effectivensess.

 

 

Day 3 – 9/12/09

 

A - D.V.D – Q.M in Agriculture.

B - Q.M in Agriculture (main principles).

C - Tools application:

            1)  Quality process – flow chart.

2)  Guidance for writing procedures.

3)  Components of the prodedure.

4)  Improvement team methodology.

 

 

Day 4 – 10/12/09

 

A – GlobalGap-EurepGap

Main topics:

1)         What is GlobalGap-EurepGap

2)         Main points in GlobalGap-EurepGap

3)         Chains

4)         Distribution of questions in the questionnaire

5)         GlobalGap –EurepGap Contents.

6)         GlobalGap -EurepGap – demand structure.

GAP'S main principle's.

 

B – GlobalGap-Eurepgap Details

Main topics:

1)         Contents GlobalGap-Eurepgap Details

2)         Market Requirements

3)         Quality Requirements

4)         Site History & Site Management

5)         Soil & Substrate Management

6)         Fertilizes usage

7)         Crop protection

8)         Irrigation

9)         Post Harvest Treatments

10)       Pesticide storage

11)       Packing Home Surroundings

12)       Hygiene

13)       Varieties & Rootstocks

14)       Work Health, Safety & Welfares.

 

C - D.V.D – Safety In Agriculture.

 

Day 5– 11/12/09

 

A - B.R.C Combind with HACCP

            1)  B.R.C – British Retail Consortium

            2)  Development hazard control system with the B.R.C requirement.

            3)  B.R.C standard components

            4)  HACCP System

            5)  HACCP Principle

            6)  HACCP Rationale

            7)  Applying Haccp system in packing house

            8)  Planning Practicing Hazard (in Haccp)

            9)  Approaches for risk severity factory

            10) HACCP Rationale

            11) Calculating the risk level 

           

B – I.S.O 14001

 Main topics:

1)         Environmental management system.

2)         Process.

3)         Main Components – Management System.

4)         Environmental aspects.

5)         Toxic chemicals management method.

6)         EMS-Environmental Measurement System.

7)         Environment Management. 

 

C – I.S.O 17025

 

 

Summery :

A – farmer standardization process.

B -  Quality management in Israeli Agriculture - main staps (Agriculture ministry & Growers

        & Organization).

C – Development pg Quality systems as a way of implementing the policy of the ministry of

       agriculture – steps in development (1999-2009).

D – A Decade of Quality Activities (1999-2009).

 

 

 

Days 6– 14-18/12/09

 

These subjects will be presented in outline form at each farm:

A - Q.M. System in Agriculture 

1)         History Subjects in Management.

2)         First Basic Subjects Management.

3)         The attitude to Quality product.

4)         Quality definitions.

5)         Principles of Quality management.

6)         Q.M. in Agriculture – Main Principles.

7)         Quallity Requirenments from Growers.

8)         Quality components in Agriculture.

9)         Application of Quality Standards.

 

B - Basic Principles ISO 9001-2008

6)         ISO 9001-2008 Quality System.

7)         Quality Requirements From Growers.

8)         Market Requirements.

9)         ISO 9001-2008 (4 Chapters).

10)       Documentation Of Quality System.

 

C - Quality Management - 8 principles – ISO 9001:2008  :

9)         Customer focus (expectation loyalty).

10)       Leadership (motivation, goals, objectives).

11)       Involvement of workers (contribution, experience, knowledge).

12)       Process Approach.

13)       System Approach.

14)       Continual improvement.

15)       Factual approach (measurement).

16)       Suppliers management.

 

D - ISO 9000 Components in a farm

8)         I.S.O 9000 – components in a farm.

9)         Regulatory requirement (Growers & Products).

10)       Growing Protocol Content.

11)       Management Responsibility (farm).

12)       Customer focus – contract review.

13)       Customers satisfaction monitoring measured as follwing:

14)       Market Requirements (Q.M) - (grower & product)

 

E - Implementation process in a farm

1)         Quality & Excellence implementation process.

2)         Stages in implementation of Quality procedures.

3)         I.S.O 9000 – Implementation Process.

4)         Human Resources management.

5)         Infrastructure management.

6)         Information management.

7)         Organizational control layout.

8)         Efficiency – effectivensess.

 

 

These subjects will be presented inoutline form at each packing-house:

A - Q.M. System in Agriculture 

1)         History Subjects in Management.

2)         First Basic Subjects Management.

3)         The attitude to Quality product.

4)         Quality definitions.

5)         Principles of Quality management.

6)         Q.M. in Agriculture – Main Principles.

7)         Quallity Requirenments from Growers.

8)         Quality components in Agriculture.

9)         Application of Quality Standards.

 

B - Basic Principles ISO 9001-2008

11)       ISO 9001-2008 Quality System.

12)       Quality Requirements From Growers.

13)       Market Requirements.

14)       ISO 9001-2008 (4 Chapters).

15)       Documentation Of Quality System.

 

C - Quality Management - 8 principles – ISO 9001:2008  :

17)       Customer focus (expectation loyalty).

18)       Leadership (motivation, goals, objectives).

19)       Involvement of workers (contribution, experience, knowledge).

20)       Process Approach.

21)       System Approach.

22)       Continual improvement.

23)       Factual approach (measurement).

24)       Suppliers management.

 

D - D.V.D – Q.M in Agriculture.

 

E - Q.M in Agriculture (main principles).

 

F - Tools application:

            1)  Quality process – flow chart.

2)  Guidance for writing procedures.

3)  Components of the prodedure.

4)  Improvement team methodology.

 

G - B.R.C Combind with HACCP

            1)  B.R.C – British Retail Consortium

            2)  Development hazard control system with the B.R.C requirement.

            3)  B.R.C standard components

            4)  HACCP System

            5)  HACCP Principle

            6)  HACCP Rationale

            7)  Applying Haccp system in packing house

            8)  Planning Practicing Hazard (in Haccp)

            9)  Approaches for risk severity factory

            10) HACCP Rationale

            11) Calculating the risk level

 

H – I.S.O 14001

1)         Environmental management system.

2)         Process.

3)         Main Components – Management System.

4)         Environmental aspects.

5)         Toxic chemicals management method.

6)         EMS-Environmental Measurement System.

7)         Environment Management. 

 

COURSE   PROGRAM

Mr Yechiel Raz                                  
Mrs Nina Lehmann
Deputy Director – General     Director
Quality Management                
Overseas Training Programmes                                                           
& Research - CINADCO

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