DFI has developed various logs, reports, and forms to support the practical day-to-day implementation of our Food Safety Plan. They specify the actions necessary to carry out the Plan, monitor implementation, and are used to train employees and volunteers.

The following forms are shared below as images to serve as a reference for Nevada growers. You can request a PDF of any of these forms via email. 

  • Employee Health and Hygiene Policy
  • Employee Training Form
  • Illness and Injury Report Form
  • Mock Recall Log
  • Pre-Harvest Risk Management
  • Visitor Food Safety Policies
  • Visitor Policies Agreement Form

Employee Health and Hygiene Policy

Employee Health and Hygiene Form


Employee Training Form

Employee Training Form


Illness and Injury Report Form

Illness and Injury Report Form, Page 1Illness and Injury Report Form, Page 2


Mock Recall Log

Mock Recall Log


Pre-Harvest Risk Management

Pre-Harvest Risk Management, Page 1Pre-Harvest Risk Management, Page 2Pre-Harvest Risk Management, Page 3


Visitor Food Safety Policies

Visitor Food Safety Policies


Visitor Policies Agreement Form

Visitor Policies Agreement Form

Moe, J. 2021, DFI Food Safety Plan - Part 4: Logs, Reports, and Forms, Desert Farming Initiative, University of Nevada, Reno

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Growing Hops in Southern Nevada
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Wynne, T., O’Callaghan, A., Robinson, M. L. and Anderson, J. 2017, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno, FS-17-05
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Raising Meat Goats in Southern Nevada
An important outline of everything needed to raise meat goats in Southern Nevada, such as land, water, vehicles, equipment, breeding, etc.
Bishop, C. 2016, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension, FS-16-11
 

Associated Programs

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Food Safety Program

The Initiative's Food Safety Program provides services and resources for growers throughout the state of Nevada. The Initiative partners with the Nevada Department of Agriculture to demonstrate produce safety practices, share guidance and provide training.