|Topic(s):||Invasive Plant Control , Land Conservation , Restoration Science|
|Priority Issue(s):||Community Resilience , Ecosystem Integration , Habitat Conservation|
|Host Partner(s):||Apalachicola Reserve|
|Location:||Apalachicola NERR, Eastpoint, FL|
|Date/Time:||1/27/2014 – 1/28/2014|
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) Planning to
Prevent the Spread of Invasive Species
January 27, 12:00 – 5:00 & Jan 28, 8:30 – 5:00 (EST)
REGISTER AT http://www-haccp.eventbrite.com
The 1.5 day HACCP course will include how to develop and implement HACCP plans for natural resource projects and research activities. An international standard process with practical examples, a case study, and hands-on exercises will be used to develop real-life HACCP plans tailored to participants work for reducing or eliminating the spread of unwanted species.
Participants will be able to:
- Use five integrated steps to identify potential pathways for invasive species and control measures;
- Draft plans with prescribed ranges, limits or criteria and corrective actions; and
- Create a reference source documenting best management practices and procedures.
Pre-registration for each course is required, deadline January 17. Both days include lunches and course materials.
Cost for Jan 27-28 is $25.
For more information contact Rosalyn Kilcollins at (850) 670-7708 or Rosalyn.firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about HACCP see www.haccp-nrm.org.