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GLOBALG.A.P.
(EUREPGAP)

Control Points and Compliance Criteria

Integrated Farm Assurance

INTRODUCTION

English Versions

V.3.0-2_Sep07

Valid from 30 Sep 2007

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CONTROL POINTS AND COMPLIANCE CRITERIA

INTEGRATED FARM ASSURANCE | CONTENT

ENGLISH VERSION

Code Ref.: IFA 3.0-2 CP

Version: V3.0-2_Sep07

Section: Content

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CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

SECTION AF ALL FARM BASE
AF . 1 RECORD KEEPING AND INTERNAL SELF-ASSESSMENT/INTERNAL INSPECTION

AF . 2 SITE HISTORY AND SITE MANAGEMENT

AF 3 WORKERS HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE

AF . 4 WASTE AND POLLUTION MANAGEMENT, RECYCLING AND RE-USE

AF . 5 ENVIRONMENT AND CONSERVATION

AF . 6 COMPLAINTS

AF . 7 TRACEABILITY

EDITION UPDATE REGISTER

SECTION CB CROPS BASE
CB . 1 TRACEABILITY

CB . 2 PROPAGATION MATERIAL

CB . 3 SITE HISTORY AND SITE MANAGEMENT

CB . 4 SOIL MANAGEMENT

CB . 5 FERTILISER USE

CB . 6 IRRIGATION/FERTIGATION

CB . 7 INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT

CB . 8 PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS

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SECTION FV FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
FV . 1 PROPAGATION MATERIAL

FV . 2 SOIL AND SUBSTRATE MANAGEMENT

FV . 3 IRRIGATION/FERTIGATION

FV . 4 HARVESTING

FV . 5

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SECTION CC COMBINABLE CROPS
CC . 1 PROPAGATION MATERIAL

CC . 2 IRRIGATION/FERTIGATION

CC . 3 MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT

CC . 4 CROP PROTECTION

CC . 5 HARVESTING

CC . 6 HARVESTED CROP HANDLING

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PRODUCE HANDLING (N/A if Produce Handling in a packing facility on farm is excluded from certification;

see General Regulations Part I, 4.9.6.3)

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INTEGRATED FARM ASSURANCE - ALL FARM

ENGLISH VERSION

Code Ref.: IFA 3.0-2 CP

Version: V3.0-2_Sep07

Section: AF

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Nº b c e f Contr ol Point Compliance Criteria Level

AF ALL FARM BASE

AF . 1 RECORD KEEPING AND INTERN AL SELF-ASSESSMENT/INTERN AL INSPECTION
Important details of farming practices should be recorded and records kept.

AF . 1 . 1 Are all records requested during the external inspection accessible and

kept for a minimum period of time of two years, unless a longer

requirement is stated in specific control points?

Producers keep up to date records for a minimum of two years from

the date of first inspection, unless legally required to do so for a

longer period. No N/A. (For Livestock certification, cross check

with LB.3.2, PG.1.3 and PG.4.3 where documents are required

for 3 years)

Minor Must

AF . 1 . 2 Does the producer or producer group take responsibility to undertake a

minimum of one internal self-assessment or producer group internal

inspection, respectively, per year against the GLOBALGAP (EUREPGAP)

Standard?

There is documentary evidence that the GLOBALGAP (EUREPGAP) or

benchmarked standard internal self-assessment/internal producer group

inspections under responsibility of the producer/producer group ha(s)ve

been carried out and are recorded annually. No N/A.

Major Must

AF . 1 . 3 Are effective corrective actions taken as a result of non-conformances

detected during the internal self-assessment or internal producer group

inspections?

Effective corrective actions are documented and have been implemented.

No N/A

Major Must

AF . 2 SITE HISTORY AND SITE MANAGEMENT

AF . 2 . 1 Site History

AF . 2 . 1 . 1 Is a recording system established for each unit of production or other

area/location to provide a permanent record of the livestock/aquaculture

production and/or agronomic activities undertaken at those locations? Are

these records kept in an ordered and up-to-date fashion?

Current records must provide a history of GLOBALGAP (EUREPGAP)

production of all production areas. For Crops: New applicants must have

full records for at least three months prior to the date of external

inspection that reference each area covered by a crop with all the

agronomic activities related to GLOBALGAP (EUREPGAP)

documentation required of this area; and for Livestock and Aquaculture:

these records must go back at least one rotation. No N/A

Major Must

AF . 2 . 1 . 2 Is a reference system for each field, orchard, greenhouse, yard, plot,

livestock building or other area/location used in production established

and referenced on a farm plan or map?

Compliance must include visual identification in the form of a physical

sign at each field/greenhouse/plot/livestock building/pen or other farm, or

a farm plan or map that could be cross referenced to the identification

system. No N/A.

Minor Must

Control points in this module are applicable to all producers seeking certification as it covers issues relevant to all farming businesses.

One of the key features of sustainable farming is the continuous integration of site specific knowledge and practical experiences into future

management planning and practices. This section is intended to ensure that the land, buildings and other facilities, which constitute the fabric of the

farm, are properly managed to ensure the safe production of food and protection of the environment.

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Code Ref.: IFA 3.0-2 CP

Version: V3.0-2_Sep07

Section: AF

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Nº b c e f Contr ol Point Compliance Criteria Level

AF . 2 . 2 Site Management

AF . 2 . 2 . 1 Is there a risk assessment for new agricultural sites (i.e. crop, livestock or

aquaculture enterprises) or existing sites only where risks have changed,

which shows the site in question to be suitable for production, with

regards to food safety, operator health, the environment and animal

health where applicable?

A documented risk assessment must be carried out when crops, livestock

or aquaculture enterprises are to be introduced onto new sites. The risk

assessment must be revised to take into account any new food safety

risks. The risk assessment must take account site history

(crops/stocking) and consider impact of proposed enterprises on adjacent

stock/crops/environment (see AF Annex 1 Risk Assessment to determine

when a risk assessment is needed). For Tea and Coffee certification,

cross reference with TE.2.1.1 and CO.2.1.1, respectively

Major Must

AF . 2 . 2 . 2 Has a management plan been developed setting out strategies to

minimise all identified risks, such as pollution or water table

contamination? Are the results of this analysis recorded and used to

justify that the site in question is suitable?

A management plan that has implemented strategies to meet the

objectives of this specific control point has been developed.(This plan

should include one or more of the following: habitat quality, soil

compaction, soil erosion, emisiion of greenhouses gases where

applicable, humus balance, phosphorus balance, nitrogen balance,

intensity of chemical plant protection).

Minor Must

AF . 3 WORKERS HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE

AF . 3 . 1 Risk Assessments

AF . 3 . 1 . 1 Does the farm have a written risk assessment for safe and healthy

working conditions?

The written risk assessment can be a generic one but it must be

appropriate for conditions on the farm. The risk assessment must be

reviewed and updated when changes in the organisation (e.g. other

activities) occur. No N/A.

Minor Must

AF . 3 . 1 . 2 Does the farm have a written health, safety and hygiene policy and

procedures including issues of the risk assessment of AF.3.1.1?

The health, safety and hygiene policy must at least include the points

identified in the risk assessment (AF.3.1.1). This could include accident

and emergency procedures, hygiene procedures, dealing with any

identified risks in the working situation, etc.

The policy must be reviewed and updated when the risk assessment

changes.

Minor Must

People are key to the safe and efficient operation of any farm. Farm staff and contractors as well as producers themselves stand for the

quality of the produce and for environmental protection. Education and training will help progress towards sustainability and build on social

capital. This section is intended to ensure safe practice in the work place and that all workers understand, and are competent to perform

their duties; are provided with proper equipment to allow them to work safely; and that, in the event of accidents, proper and timely

assistance can be obtained.

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ENGLISH VERSION

Code Ref.: IFA 3.0-1 CP

Version: V3.0-1_Sep07

Section: AF Annex 1 Risk

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*Source: Health guidelines for the use of wastewater in agriculture and aquaculture, WHO Technical Report Series 778, 1989.

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INTEGRATED FARM ASSURANCE - ALL FARM

ENGLISH VERSION

Code Ref.: IFA 3.0-2 CP

Version: V3.0-2_Sep07

Section: Edition Update Register

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EDITION UPDATES REGISTER

Control Points

and Compliance

Criteria V ersion

Replaces

Replaced

document

obsolete

New document

comes into force
Description of Modifications

3.0-1_2July07 3.0-Mar07 2 July .2007 2 July .2007

Clarification of wording for Control Points: 2.1.1; 3.2.3; 3.3.1

Clarification of wording for Compliance Criteria: 2.2.2; 3.2.7; 5.1.2; 5.1.4; 5.2.1

3.0-2_Sep07 3.0-1_2July07 30-Sep-07 30-Sep-07 Modification GLOBALGAP (EUREPGAP); Clarification of wording for Compliance Criteria: 1.1; 3.5.2

3. When the changes do affect the accreditation of the standard, the version name will change to “3.x”.

1. For detailed information of the modifications please contact GLOBALGAP Secretariat for the History document.

2. When the changes do not affect the accreditation of the standard, the version will remain “3.0” and edition update shall be indicated with “-x”.

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