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Train to become an on-farm food safety auditor

July 10, 2012  By Press release

July 10, 2012, Ottawa, Ont – The CanadaGAP On-Farm Food Safety (OFFS) Program is in need of auditors who are qualified to audit fruit and vegetable farms to ensure they are meeting the program’s standards for certification.

Interested people can become a CanadaGAP auditor by successfully completing an Auditor Training Course. QMI-SAI Global, a certification body for the CanadaGAP program, will be holding a CanadaGAP Auditor Training Course September 24 to 28, 2012 in Toronto. The five-day course, including the final exam, is designed to train potential auditors, as well as internal auditors, specifically for the CanadaGAP program. It includes an intensive review of the OFFS manual requirements, with the incorporation of practical examples specific to commodity or region, and an optional HACCP overview unit.

To find out more about the Auditor Training Course or CanadaGAP auditor qualifications, visit our website.


To obtain a registration form and pre-course assignment or for further information, please contact: Maryana Glavan, training coordinator, QMI-SAI Global, 416-401-8708 Email:

Or visit the QMI-SAI Global website.


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