INTEGRATED FARM ASSURANCE

ALL FARM BASE | CROPS BASE | FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
CHECKLIST
ENGLISH VERSION 5.0
EDITION 5.0-2
OBLIGATORY FROM: 1 JULY 2016

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FOOD SAFETY POLICY DECLARATION A producer may use this template or any other format for compliance with AF15.1
COMPANY NAME:
MANAGER/OWNER NAME:
SIGNATURE:

DATE:

We are committed to ensure that food safety is implemented and maintained throughout our production processes; from before planting up to product release.
This is achieved by:
1. COMPLIANCE AND IMPLEMENTATION OF RELEVANT LEGISLATION
2. IMPLEMENTATION OF GOOD AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES AND CERTIFICATION AGAINST GLOBALG.A.P. INTEGRATED FARM ASSURANCE V5.0
All of our staff has been trained in food safety and hygiene (see Chapter AF.3) and are strictly monitored to ensure it is continuously implemented.
The following person/(s) have accountability for food safety
DURING PRODUCTION:
NAME(S):
DESIGNATION:
REPLACEMENT(S):
if different, DURING HARVESTING (FOR CROP PRODUCTION) TO ENSURE THAT ONLY SAFE PRODUCTS ARE HARVESTED ACCORDING TO THE STANDARD:
NAME(S):
DESIGNATION:
REPLACEMENT(S):
if different, DURING PRODUCT HANDLING TO ENSURE THAT APPROPRIATE RELEASE PROCEDURES ARE FOLLOWED ACCORDING TO THE STANDARD REQUIREMENTS:
NAME(S):
DESIGNATION:
REPLACEMENT(S):

24-HOUR CONTACT INFORMATION IN THE EVENT OF A FOOD SAFETY EMERGENCY IS AS FOLLOWS:
TEL:

The implementation of GLOBALG.A.P. is based on identification of risks and hazards and mitigating activities will be reviewed annually to ensure continuing suitability, adequacy a

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her format for compliance with AF15.1

roduction processes; from before planting up to product release.

NST GLOBALG.A.P. INTEGRATED FARM ASSURANCE V5.0

monitored to ensure it is continuously implemented.

DUCTS ARE HARVESTED ACCORDING TO THE STANDARD:

RES ARE FOLLOWED ACCORDING TO THE STANDARD REQUIREMENTS:

AS FOLLOWS:

gating activities will be reviewed annually to ensure continuing suitability, adequacy and effectiveness.

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INSPECTION NOTES (for all external and internal inspections):

1. ALL CONTROL POINTS MUST BE INSPECTED, AND ARE BY DEFAULT APPLICABLE, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED.
2. CONTROL POINTS SHALL BE JUSTIFIED TO ENSURE THAT THE AUDIT TRAIL CAN BE FOLLOWED
3. HOWEVER, THE SELF-ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST SHALL (OPTION 1) CONTAIN COMMENTS OF THE EVIDENCES OBSERVED FOR ALL NON-COMPLIANT AND NOT APPLICABLE CONT
POINTS.

4. FOR INTERNAL INSPECTIONS (OPTION 1 MULTISITES WITH QMS AND OPTION 2), AND EXTERNAL INSPECTIONS,COMMENTS SHALL BE SUPPLIED FOR ALL MAJOR MUSTS AND ALL
COMPLIANT AND NOT APPLICABLE MINOR MUST CONTROL POINTS UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED IN THE GUIDELINE FOR INSPECTION METHODOLOGY WHEN AVAILABLE. CERTIF
BODIES SHALL RECORD POSITIVE FINDINGS FOR COMPLIED MAJOR AND MINOR MUST CONTROL POINTS TO ENABLE THE AUDIT TRAIL TO BE REVIEWED AFTER THE EVENT.
The Compliance Criteria is added to the Checklist for the sake of completeness and to give guidance.
OPTION 1

OPTION 1 MULTISITE WITHOUT QMS

TYPE OF INSPECTION:

ANNOUNCED

OPTION 1 MULTISITE WITH QMS
UNANNOUNCED

OTHER

DOES THE PRODUCER PARTICIPATE IN THE UNANNOUNCED REWARD PROGRAM?
DOES THE PRODUCER MAKE USE OF A CONSULTANT?

OPTION 2

YES

YES

NO

N/A

NO

IF YES, IS THE CONSULTANT A LICENSED GLOBALG.A.P. FARM ASSURER?

YES

NO

IF YES, WHAT IS THE FARM ASSURER'S NAME?
IS THE PRODUCER REGISTERED FOR PARALLEL PRODUCTION?

YES

NO

PARALLEL OWNERSHIP?

YES

IF YES, FOR WHICH PRODUCTS?
DOES THE PRODUCER BUY CERTIFIED PRODUCT FROM EXTERNAL SOURCES?

YES

NO

IF YES, WHICH PRODUCTS?
DOES THE INSPECTION TAKE PLACE IN COMBINATION WITH ANY OTHER STANDARD OR ADD-ON?

YES

NO

IF YES, WHICH STANDARD OR ADD-ON?
HAS THE HARVEST OF THE PRODUCT BEEN OBSERVED DURING THE INSPECTION?

YES

NO

IF YES, WHICH PRODUCTS?
HAS PRODUCT HANDLING BEEN OBSERVED DURING THE INSPECTION?

YES

NO

IF YES, WHICH PRODUCTS?

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50672 Cologne.P.0_July16-CL.0-2. CERTIFICATION BODY.A.ENTER IN YOUR INTERNET BROWSER www. AUDITOR OR INSPECTOR WE WOULD LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO PARTICIPATE IN OUR SURVEY FOR PRODUCERS .A.LIST ALL PRODUCTS PRESENTED DURING THE INSPECTION: LOCATION(S) VISITED: INSPECTION DURATION: CALCULATION OF THE 95% MINOR MUST COMPLIANCE: PRODUCER NAME: SIGNATURE: DATE: INSPECTOR/AUDITOR NAME: SIGNATURE: DATE: TO IMPROVE OUR SERVICES AND TO GIVE YOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO COMMENT ON THE GLOBALG.globalgap. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.globalgap.org . Germany www.P. Code Ref: IFA V5. 55. Edition V5. English Version Inspection Notes Page: 5 of 231 © GLOBALG.org/feedback OR SCAN THE FOLLOWING QR CODE.

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AF 1 SITE HISTORY AND SITE MANAGEMENT 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. plot. or . which constitute the fabric of the farm. yard.A physical sign at each field/orchard.0-2. 50672 Cologne. Edition V5. are properly managed to ensure the safe production of food and protection of the environment. or other farm area/location.1. buildings and other facilities.2 Is a recording system established for each unit of Current records shall provide a history of production or other area/location to provide a record GLOBALG.1 Site History AF 1. storage/handling facilities.P. orchard. as it covers issues relevant to all farming businesses. of the livestock/aquaculture production and/or No N/A.A.org .Nº Control Point AF ALL FARM BASE Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A Control points in this module are applicable to all producers seeking certification. production of all production areas.1 Is there a reference system for each field. 55.xlsx Page: 8 of 231 Major Must © GLOBALG. and/or form of: other area/location used in production? . stables. greenhouse/yard/plot/livestock building/pen.P. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.A farm map. This section is intended to ensure that the land. agronomic activities undertaken at those locations? Code Ref: IFA V5. ponds.A.0_July16-CL. Germany www. livestock building/pen. English Version 337096573. AF 1. which also identifies the location of water sources. etc.globalgap.1. Compliance shall include visual identification in the Major Must greenhouse. No N/A. and that could be cross-referenced to the identification system. AF 1.

A.Potential physical.2. with regards to food safety. (See AF Annex 1 and AF Annex 2 for guidance on risk assessments. and health and welfare of animals in the scope of the livestock and aquaculture certification where applicable? Code Ref: IFA V5.P. The risk assessment may be based on a generic one but shall be customized to the farm situation.0-2. structures and equipment) and does this risk assessment show that the site in question is suitable for production. Risk assessments shall take into account: . c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. It shall be ready for the initial inspection and maintained updated and reviewed when new sites enter in production and when risks for existing ones have changed. history of five years is advised and a minimum of one year shall be known) . chemical (including allergens) and biological hazards . the environment. 55. whichever is shorter.1 Is there a risk assessment available for all sites registered for certification (this includes rented land.globalgap.2 Site Management AF 1.Site history (for sites that are new to agricultural production.Impact of proposed enterprises on adjacent stock/crops/ environment. or at least annually.0_July16-CL.xlsx Page: 9 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A A written risk assessment to determine whether the Major Must sites are appropriate for production shall be available for all sites. and the health and safety of animals in the scope of the livestock and aquaculture certification.org . Edition V5.Nº Control Point AF 1. English Version 337096573. 50672 Cologne. Germany www. FV Annex 1 includes guidance regarding flooding) © GLOBALG.

This plan shall be appropriate to the farm operations. 55. English Version 337096573.1 and describes the hazard control (AF 1. and there shall be evidence of its implementation and effectiveness. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.P. 50672 Cologne.0-2. Edition V5. NOTE: Environmental risks do not need to be part of this plan and are covered under AF 7.1) been developed and implemented? procedures that justify that the site in question is suitable for production.1.org .2 Has a management plan that establishes strategies A management plan addresses the risks identified in Major Must to minimize the risks identified in the risk assessment AF 1. Germany www.2.2.2.1.Nº Control Point AF 1.globalgap.A.0_July16-CL. Code Ref: IFA V5.xlsx Page: 10 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG.

A. This refers to the principle of record keeping.1 Are all records requested during the external inspection accessible and kept for a minimum period of two years. producers shall keep records from at least three months prior to the date of the external inspection or from the day of registration. Germany www. No NA. AF 2.0-2. documentation required for this area. Electronic records are valid and when they are used.P.org . For Livestock. New applicants shall have full records that reference each area covered by the registration with all of the agronomic activities related to GLOBALG. 55. these records shall be available for the current livestock cycle before the initial inspection. For the initial inspections. producers are responsible for maintaining back-ups of the information. Edition V5.0_July16-CL. English Version 337096573. © GLOBALG. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. whichever is longer.Nº AF 2 Control Point Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A RECORD KEEPING AND INTERNAL SELF-ASSESSMENT/INTERNAL INSPECTION Important details of farming practices shall be recorded and records kept.P. 50672 Cologne.A. the respective control point dealing with those records is not compliant. When an individual record is missing. unless a longer requirement is stated in specific control points? Code Ref: IFA V5.xlsx Page: 11 of 231 Producers shall keep up-to-date records for a Major Must minimum of two years.globalgap.

AF 2. N/A only in the case no non-conformances are detected during internal selfassessments or internal producer group inspections. English Version 337096573.3 Have effective corrective actions been taken as a result of non-conformances detected during the internal self-assessment or internal producer group inspections? Necessary corrective actions are documented and Major Must have been implemented. No N/A. except for multi-site operations with QMS and producer groups. Edition V5.). Standard? There is documented evidence that in Option 1 an Major Must internal self-assessment has been completed under the responsibility of the producer (this may be carried out by a person different from the producer). Self-assessments shall include all applicable control points. Code Ref: IFA V5. 5. even when a subcontracted company carries them out.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria AF 2. The self-assessment checklist shall contain comments of the evidence observed for all nonapplicable and non-compliant control points. 50672 Cologne.xlsx Page: 12 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG.2 Does the producer take responsibility to conduct a minimum of one internal self-assessment per year against the GLOBALG.globalgap.P.0_July16-CL.0-2.A. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.P. This has to be done before the CB inspection (See General Regulations Part I. for which the QMS checklist covers internal inspections.org . 55.A. Germany www.

g. English Version 337096573. Further hygiene requirements.0-2.P. No N/A. This section is intended to ensure good practices to diminish hygiene risks to the product and that all workers understand the requirements and are competent to perform their duties. are defined in the applicable Standard module. Germany www. The risks depend on the products produced and/or supplied.Nº Control Point AF 3 HYGIENE Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A People are key to the prevention of product contamination. Farm staff and contractors as well as producers themselves stand for the quality and safety of the product. but it shall be appropriate for conditions on the farm and shall be reviewed annually and updated when changes (e. specific to certain activities such as harvest and product handling. AF 3.A. Education and training will support progress toward safe production. 55. 50672 Cologne.globalgap.1 Does the farm have a written risk assessment for hygiene? Code Ref: IFA V5.xlsx Page: 13 of 231 The written risk assessment for hygiene issues Minor Must covers the production environment. The risk assessment can be a generic one. © GLOBALG.org . other activities) occur. Edition V5. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.0_July16-CL.

xlsx Page: 14 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. This includes any signs of illness (e.2 Does the farm have a documented hygiene procedure and visibly displayed hygiene instructions for all workers and visitors to the site whose activities might pose a risk to food safety? The farm shall have a hygiene procedure addressing Minor Must the risks identified in the risk assessment in AF 3. provided by way of clear signs (pictures) and/or in the predominant language(s) of the workforce. The instructions must also be based on the results of the hygiene risk assessment in AF 3.A.Notification of any relevant infections or conditions. Germany www.1 and include at a minimum .The need to cover skin cuts .The need to wash hands .0_July16-CL. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. where the individuals’ activities might pose a risk of contamination to the product.P.globalgap.Limitation on smoking. eating and drinking to designated areas . diarrhea).g. whereby these workers shall be restricted from direct contact with the product and food-contact surfaces . The farm shall also have hygiene instructions visibly displayed for workers (including subcontractors) and visitors. English Version 337096573.The use of suitable protective clothing.org .1. Edition V5.0-2. jaundice.Notification of product contamination with bodily fluids . vomiting. 50672 Cologne. Code Ref: IFA V5.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria AF 3. 55.

and are competent to perform their duties.2? shall receive this training and confirm their participation. Farm staff and contractors as well as producers themselves stand for the quality of the produce and for environmental protection. are provided with proper equipment to allow them to work safely. can obtain proper and timely assistance. No N/A.4 Are the farm’s hygiene procedures implemented? AF 4 WORKERS’ HEALTH.2. Education and training will help progress towards sustainability and build on social capital. This training shall cover all instructions defined in AF 3. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. This section is intended to ensure safe practices in the work place and that all workers both understand. Edition V5. All new workers and according to the hygiene instructions in AF 3. Code Ref: IFA V5. including the owners and managers. and that.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level AF 3. Germany www. People are key to the safe and efficient operation of any farm. 50672 Cologne.xlsx Page: 15 of 231 © GLOBALG.0_July16-CL. in the event of accidents. SAFETY AND WELFARE Yes No N/A Workers with tasks identified in the hygiene Major Must procedures shall demonstrate competence during the inspection and there is visual evidence that the hygiene procedures are being implemented.A. English Version 337096573. AF 3.org .0-2. 55.globalgap.P. shall annually participate in the farm’s basic hygiene training. All workers.3 Have all persons working on the farm received An introductory training course for hygiene shall be Minor Must annual hygiene training appropriate to their activities given in both written and verbal form.

A. farm machinery and vehicle traffic. slurry tanks. new machinery.1 Does the producer have a written risk assessment for The written risk assessment can be a generic one but Minor Must hazards to workers’ health and safety? it shall be appropriate to conditions on the farm. etc. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. ladders.globalgap.g. 50672 Cologne.Nº Control Point AF 4. English Version 337096573. new buildings.1. Code Ref: IFA V5. The risk assessment shall be reviewed and updated annually and when changes that could impact workers health and safety (e. 55. power take-off (PTO). Examples of hazards include but are not limited to: moving machine parts. fires in farm buildings. including the entire production process in the scope of certification. excessive noise.P. Germany www.0_July16-CL. Edition V5. etc. extreme temperatures.) occur. fuel storage. vibrations. electricity. new plant protection products.xlsx Page: 16 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG.1 Health and Safety AF 4. applications of organic fertilizer.0-2. No N/A.org . modified cultivation practices. dust.

3 Have all people working on the farm received health All workers. The farm infrastructure. Edition V5. There shall be evidence of instructions in the appropriate language and training records.org .1.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria AF 4. No N/A. it need not be an outside individual who conducts the training).P. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.1? through visual observation (if possible on the day of the inspection). 50672 Cologne.1.0-2. They shall also include accident and emergency procedures as well as contingency plans that deal with any identified risks in the working situation. AF 4.globalgap.1. facilities and equipment shall be constructed and maintained in such a way as to minimize health and safety hazards for the workers to the extent practical.1. etc. English Version 337096573.1) and shall be appropriate for the farming operations.xlsx Page: 17 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. 55. can Minor Must and safety training according to the risk assessment demonstrate competency in responsibilities and tasks in AF 4. Germany www. Producers may conduct the health and safety training themselves if training instructions or other training materials are available (i.2 Does the farm have written health and safety procedures addressing issues identified in the risk assessment of AF 4. The procedures shall be reviewed annually and updated when the risk assessment changes.e. including subcontractors. Code Ref: IFA V5.1.1? The health and safety procedures shall address the Minor Must points identified in the risk assessment (AF 4.0_July16-CL.A.

No N/A. including the topic covered.1. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. for workers administering medicines proof of adequate experience is also required. In livestock. Major Must Code Ref: IFA V5.1. For aquaculture. cross-reference with Aquaculture Module AB 4.A.2 Training AF 4. chemicals. 50672 Cologne.1 have evidence of competence or details of other such qualifications? Records shall identify workers who carry out such tasks.0_July16-CL. plant protection products. Evidence of attendance is required.2.org . disinfectants. Minor Must AF 4. Germany www.0-2.g. and can demonstrate competence (e.1 Is there a record kept for training activities and attendees? A record is kept for training activities.2 Do all workers handling and/or administering veterinary medicines. 55. certificate of training and/or records of training with proof of attendance). the trainer. biocides and/or other hazardous substances and all workers operating dangerous or complex equipment as defined in the risk analysis in AF 4. This shall include compliance with applicable legislation.1.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level AF 4. the date and a list of the attendees.xlsx Page: 18 of 231 Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. Edition V5. English Version 337096573.P.globalgap.2.

3 Hazards and First Aid AF 4. .The emergency exits. . including subcontractors and visitors? Code Ref: IFA V5. and are they communicated to all persons associated with the farm activities. Examples of other procedures that can be included: .The contact person(s).P. These instructions are available in the predominant language(s) of the workforce and/or pictograms. cross-reference with Aquaculture Module AB 3.How and where to contact the local medical services.4. radio). . hospital. gas and water supplies.Nº Control Point AF 4.org . water and gas). fire-brigade.xlsx Page: 19 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A Permanent accident procedures shall be clearly Minor Must displayed in accessible and visible location(s) for workers. . .The farm's map reference or farm address . 55. . © GLOBALG. the following: . English Version 337096573.How to report accidents and dangerous incidents. (WHERE did it happen? WHAT happened? HOW MANY injured people? WHAT kind of injuries? WHO is calling?). visitors and subcontractors. Germany www.3.A. ambulance.An up-to-date list of relevant phone numbers (police.1 Do accident and emergency procedures exist? Are they visually displayed.The location of fire extinguisher(s).0-2.1.0_July16-CL.The location of the nearest means of communication (telephone. 50672 Cologne. For aquaculture. hospital and other emergency services. The procedures shall identify.Emergency cut-offs for electricity. access to emergency health care on site or by means of transport.globalgap. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. supplier of electricity. Edition V5.

AF 4.3 Is safety advice for substances hazardous to workers’ When required to ensure appropriate action. cross-reference with Aquaculture Module AB 3.g. © GLOBALG. English Version 337096573.3.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria AF 4.4 Are first aid kits available at all permanent sites and in the vicinity of fieldwork? Code Ref: IFA V5.0_July16-CL. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. Germany www. Edition V5.P.org .) where required by the risk assessment in AF 4.1.2 Are potential hazards clearly identified by warning signs? Permanent and legible signs shall indicate potential Minor Must hazards.0-2. No N/A. Warning signs shall be present and in the predominant language(s) of the workforce and/or in pictograms. telephone number.1. Minor Must health available/accessible? information (e. material safety data sheets.globalgap. For aquaculture.e. workshops.3. where applicable: waste pits.1.xlsx Page: 20 of 231 Level Yes No N/A Complete and maintained first aid kits (i. according Minor Must to local recommendations and appropriate to the activities being carried out on the farm) shall be available and accessible at all permanent sites and readily available for transport (tractor. 50672 Cologne.2. car. website. and access doors of the storage facilities for plant protection products/fertilizers/any other chemicals.) is accessible. This shall include. etc. 55.3. AF 4. etc. fuel tanks.A.

1 Are workers. © GLOBALG.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria AF 4.globalgap. As a guideline: one trained person per 50 workers. visitors and subcontractors equipped with suitable protective clothing in accordance with legal requirements and/or label instructions and/or as authorized by a competent authority? Code Ref: IFA V5.0_July16-CL.A.5 Are there always an appropriate number of persons (at least one person) trained in first aid present on each farm whenever on-farm activities are being carried out? There is always at least one person trained in first aid Minor Must (i.e. AF 4. protective overalls.4 Protective Clothing/Equipment AF 4.4. etc.P. as required by label or on-farm operations. Onfarm activities include all activities mentioned in the relevant modules of this Standard. To comply with label requirements and/or on-farm operations. Germany www. English Version 337096573.3. and in a good state of repair.0-2.xlsx Page: 21 of 231 Level Yes No N/A Complete sets of protective clothing. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. face masks. 55. life-jackets. utilized. appropriate respiratory equipment (including replacement filters). which enable Major Must label instructions and/or legal requirements and/or requirements as authorized by a competent authority to be complied which are available on the farm. waterproof clothing. within the last 5 years) present on the farm whenever on-farm activities are being carried out. ear and eye protection devices. rubber gloves. Edition V5.org . this may include some of the following: rubber boots or other appropriate footwear. 50672 Cologne.

A.Nº Control Point AF 4.5. shall be stored outside of the plant protection products/storage facility and physically separated from any other chemicals that might cause contamination of the clothing or equipment.1 Is a member of management clearly identifiable as responsible for the workers’ health.globalgap. gloves.0_July16-CL.g. Germany www.2 Is protective clothing cleaned after use and stored in Protective clothing is kept clean according to the type Major Must such a way as to prevent contamination of personal of use and degree of potential contamination and in a clothing? ventilated place. English Version 337096573.P. AF 4. Edition V5. Cleaning protective clothing and equipment includes separate washing from private clothing. Dirty and damaged protective clothing and equipment and expired filter cartridges shall be disposed of appropriately.4. 50672 Cologne. current and relevant national and local regulations on workers’ health.org . No N/A. overalls) shall be disposed of after one use. © GLOBALG.5 Worker Welfare AF 4.0-2. All protective clothing and equipment including replacements filters. Single-use items (e. 55.xlsx Page: 22 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A Documentation is available that clearly identifies and Major Must names the member of management who is responsible for ensuring compliance with and implementation of existing. etc. safety and welfare. Wash re-usable gloves before removal. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. safety and welfare? Code Ref: IFA V5.

4 Are on-site living quarters habitable and have the basic services and facilities? AF 4. Minor Must fields/orchard) as provided by the producer safe and when used to transport workers on public roads. without fear of intimidation or retribution) and at least once a year. AF 4. 50672 Cologne. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.5. Edition V5. safety and welfare? Is there evidence of actions taken from such communication? Records show that communication between Minor Must management and workers about health.0-2.e.0_July16-CL.5. toilets. and provided to the workers if they eat on the farm. and drains.A. 55. In the case of no drains. to and from Vehicles or vessels shall be safe for workers and. There is evidence that the concerns of the workers about health.org .P.3 Do workers have access to clean food storage areas. The auditor is not required to make judgments about the content. Hand drinking water? washing equipment and drinking water shall always be provided. safety and welfare are being addressed. AF 4.xlsx Page: 23 of 231 Level Yes No N/A The on-farm living quarters for the workers are Major Must habitable and have a sound roof. and the basic services of drinking water. shall compliant with national regulations when used to comply with national safety regulations.2 Does regular two-way communication take place between management and workers on issues related to workers’ health.5 Is transport for workers (on-farm.5. © GLOBALG. windows and doors.5. safety and welfare concerns can take place openly (i. Germany www. septic pits can be accepted if compliant with local regulations. A place to store food and a place to eat shall be Major Must designated rest areas.globalgap.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria AF 4. accuracy or outcome of such communications. English Version 337096573. hand-washing facilities. transport workers on public roads? Code Ref: IFA V5.

fruit spraying and picking). equipment and/or materials to perform specific farm operation(s) under contract with the producer (e.P.globalgap.0-2. custom grain harvesting.Nº Control Point AF 5 SUBCONTRACTORS Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A A subcontractor is the entity furnishing labor. Edition V5.g. 50672 Cologne.org . English Version 337096573. Code Ref: IFA V5.xlsx Page: 24 of 231 © GLOBALG. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. 55.0_July16-CL.A. Germany www.

A. Evidence of compliance with the applicable control points shall be available on the farm during the external inspection. approved certifiers are allowed to verify the assessments through a physical inspection.P. does he/she oversee their activities in order to ensure that those activities relevant to GLOBALG. which is GLOBALG. The subcontractor shall receive a letter of conformance from the certification body with the following info: 1) Date of assessment.A. can inspect the subcontractor.P.xlsx Page: 25 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. Standard. by checking and signing the assessment of the subcontractor for each task and season contracted. 4) Details of the subcontractor. 50672 Cologne.0-2.globalgap.A. approved. Edition V5.P.P. Code Ref: IFA V5. and 5) List of the inspected Control Points and Compliance Criteria.A.P.A.A. 3) Inspector name. English Version 337096573.P.0_July16-CL.1 When the producer makes use of subcontractors. or ii) A third-party certification body.P. Certificates issued to subcontractors against standards that are not officially approved by GLOBALG. The subcontractor shall agree that GLOBALG. i) The producer can perform the assessment and shall keep the evidence of compliance of the control points assessed. Germany www. are not valid evidence of compliance with GLOBALG.A. CPCCs comply with the corresponding requirements? The producer is responsible for observing the control points Major Must applicable to the tasks performed by the subcontractors who carry out activities covered in the GLOBALG.org . 55. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. 2) Name of the certification body.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria AF 5.

exhaust smoke.g.org .P. current.g. Air. and water contamination shall be considered where relevant along with all products and sources identified in the plan. algae produced during net cleaning) produced by the farm processes have been listed.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria AF 6 WASTE AND POLLUTION MANAGEMENT. cardboard. 50672 Cologne. soil. pollution and waste recycling is available.1 Have possible waste products and sources of pollution been identified in all areas of the farm? AF 6. For aquaculture.A. fertilizer excess. A comprehensive. paper. and does the waste management plan include adequate provisions for waste disposal? Code Ref: IFA V5. oil. Minor Must plastic. AF 6. For crops. chemicals.2.1 Is there a documented farm waste management plan to avoid and/or minimize wastage and pollution to the extent possible. English Version 337096573. re-use of waste. Edition V5. 55.1. sheep-dip.1. avoidance of waste. noise. RECYCLING AND RE-USE Level Yes No N/A Waste minimization shall include review of current practices. oil) and sources of pollution (e. feed waste.0_July16-CL. and recycling of waste.globalgap. reduction of waste.2 Waste and Pollution Action Plan AF 6.1. cross-reference with Aquaculture Module AB 9.xlsx Page: 26 of 231 Possible waste products (e.1 Identification of Waste and Pollutants AF 6. and documented plan that Minor Must covers wastage reduction. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. producers shall also take into consideration surplus application mix and tank washings.0-2. effluent. © GLOBALG. Germany www. fuel.

0-2. The composting method ensures that there is no risk of pest.globalgap. © GLOBALG.P.A.4 Provided there is no risk of pest.org .2.2.2 Is the site kept in a tidy and orderly condition? Visual assessment shall show that there is no Major Must evidence of waste/litter in the immediate vicinity of the production site(s) or storage buildings. There shall be no-smoking signs displayed and appropriate fire emergency provisions made nearby. cross-reference with Aquaculture Module AB 10. All other litter and waste shall be cleared up.0_July16-CL.2. AF 6. Edition V5. the minimum is bunded areas. AF 6.2. disease or weed carryover. disease and weed carry-over. are organic wastes composted on the farm and recycled? Organic waste material is composted and used for soil conditioning. Code Ref: IFA V5. Germany www. including fuel spills. 50672 Cologne. English Version 337096573. For aquaculture. which shall be impervious and be able to contain at least 110% of the largest tank stored within it. 55. When there are no local requirements to contain spillage.xlsx Page: 27 of 231 Level Yes No N/A Recom.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria AF 6.2. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.3 Are holding areas for diesel and other fuel oil tanks environmentally safe? All fuel storage tanks shall conform to the local Minor Must requirements. unless it is in an environmentally sensitive area where the capacity shall then be 165% of the content of the largest tank. Incidental and insignificant litter and waste on the designated areas are acceptable as well as the waste from the current day’s work.

50672 Cologne.0_July16-CL. Code Ref: IFA V5.1. Edition V5.globalgap.P. e. Germany www.5 Is the water used for washing and cleaning purposes Waste water resulting from washing of contaminated Recom disposed of in a manner that ensures the minimum machinery.2.org . hydro-coolers. personal protective health and safety risks and environmental impact? equipment. English Version 337096573. or buildings with animals.Nº Control Point AF 6. should be collected and disposed of in a way that ensures the minimum impact on the environment and the health and safety of farm staff.xlsx Page: 28 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG.A. visitors and nearby communities as well as legal compliance.g.0-2. spray equipment.5. For tank washings see CB 7. 55. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.

org . English Version 337096573.Nº Control Point AF 7 CONSERVATION Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A Farming and the environment are inseparably linked. Managing wildlife and landscape is of great importance. Edition V5. water supplies.A. The action plan shall include knowledge of integrated pest management practices. nutrient use of crops. It shall pay special attention to areas of environmental interest being protected and make reference to legal requirements where applicable.1 Does each producer have a wildlife management and conservation plan for the farm business that acknowledges the impact of farming activities on the environment? Code Ref: IFA V5. the impact on other users. Germany www. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. This can be either an individual plan or a regional activity that the farm is participating in or is covered by.9 Aquaculture Module) AF 7.0-2.1 Impact of Farming on the Environment and Biodiversity (Cross-reference with AB.xlsx Page: 29 of 231 There shall be a written action plan that aims to Minor Must enhance habitats and maintain biodiversity on the farm.1. © GLOBALG. 55.0_July16-CL. conservation sites. The abundance and diversity of flora and fauna benefits the enhancement of species and the structural diversity of land and landscape features.P. 50672 Cologne.globalgap. AF 7. etc.

headland strips.2. of the fauna and flora on the farm. There is a commitment within the conservation plan to undertake a baseline audit of the current levels.2 Has the producer considered how to enhance the environment for the benefit of the local community and flora and fauna? Is this policy compatible with sustainable commercial agricultural production and does it strive to minimize environmental impact of the agricultural activity? There should be tangible actions and initiatives that Recom.0-2. soil.g.P.xlsx Page: 30 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG.) to ecological focus areas for the encouragement of natural flora and fauna? Code Ref: IFA V5.A. Edition V5. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. there is a clear list of priorities and actions to enhance habitats for fauna and flora where viable and to increase bio-diversity on the farm. condition etc. and identified areas that give priority to ecology into woodlands. AF 7.org . unproductive sites (e. 50672 Cologne.globalgap.1. 55.1 Has consideration been given to the conversion of There should be a plan to convert unproductive sites Recom. can be demonstrated 1) by the producer either on the production site or at the local scale or at the regional scale 2) by participation in a group that is active in environmental support schemes concerned with habitat quality and habitat elements. Germany www. Within the conservation plan. etc. location. low-lying wet areas. or areas of impoverished conservation areas where viable. English Version 337096573.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria AF 7. so as to enable actions to be planned.0_July16-CL.2 Ecological Upgrading of Unproductive Sites AF 7.

0-2. to recycle taking into consideration all food safety aspects? Water collection is recommended where it is commercially and practically feasible. AF 7. AF 7. where appropriate. from building roofs.3 Does the plan to improve energy efficiency consider minimizing the use of non-renewable energy? Producers consider reducing the use of nonrenewable energies to a minimum possible and use renewable ones. Farming equipment shall be selected and maintained for optimum energy consumption.P.3 Energy Efficiency Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A Farming equipment shall be selected and maintained for optimum energy efficiency. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. invoices where energy Minor Must use? consumption is detailed). Edition V5. The use of renewable energy sources should be encouraged. English Version 337096573. Recom.globalgap.Nº Control Point AF 7.g. Collection from watercourses within the farm perimeters may need legal permits from the authorities. e. Recom. Germany www.4 Water Collection/Recycling AF 7.3. have measures been implemented to collect water and.A. to improve energy efficiency on the farm? Recom.xlsx Page: 31 of 231 © GLOBALG.1 Where feasible.org . Code Ref: IFA V5.3.4.2 A written plan identifying opportunities to improve Based on the result of the monitoring. AF 7. AF 7. 50672 Cologne.3.1 Can the producer show monitoring of on-farm energy Energy use records exist (e.g. glasshouses etc.0_July16-CL. is there a plan energy efficiency is available. 55. The producer/producer group is aware of where and how energy is consumed on the farm and through farming practices.

studied. and followed up. 55. English Version 337096573. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. AF 8.A. actions taken with respect to such complaints.P.globalgap.0-2.A. Major Must © GLOBALG. the members do not need the complete complaint procedure. 50672 Cologne.P.A. Secretariat via the certification body in the case that the producer is informed by a competent or local authority that he/she is under investigation and/or has received a sanction in the scope of the certificate. Standard and does this procedure ensure that complaints are adequately recorded.0_July16-CL. No N/A. In the case of producer groups.xlsx Page: 32 of 231 A documented complaint procedure is available to facilitate the recording and follow-up of all received complaints relating to issues covered by GLOBALG.A.Nº Control Point AF 8 COMPLAINTS Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A Management of complaints will lead to an overall better production system. The complaint procedure shall include the notification of GLOBALG.org . Germany www.1 Is there a complaint procedure available relating to both internal and external issues covered by the GLOBALG.P. including a record of actions taken? Code Ref: IFA V5. Edition V5. but only the parts that are relevant to them.P.

0-2.A. the mechanism for notifying the next step in the supply chain and the GLOBALG.globalgap.P. and verifying whether the next step involved with this batch and the CB can be contacted. English Version 337096573. Germany www. identifying the quantity and whereabouts of the product. and the methods of reconciling stock.Nº Control Point AF 9 RECALL/WITHDRAWAL PROCEDURE AF 9. Actual communications of the mock recall to the clients are not necessary. approved certification body.1 Does the producer have documented procedures on how to manage/initiate the withdrawal/recall of certified products from the marketplace and are these procedures tested annually? Code Ref: IFA V5.org . by picking a recently sold batch.xlsx Page: 33 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A The producer shall have a documented procedure Major Must that identifies the type of event that may result in a withdrawal/recall. 50672 Cologne. 55. This test shall be recorded (e. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.0_July16-CL.P. A list of phone numbers and emails is sufficient). Edition V5.g. The procedures shall be tested annually to ensure that they are effective. © GLOBALG. No N/A. the persons responsible for making decisions on the possible product withdrawal/recall.A.

Edition V5.0-2. Information of all employees and subcontractors shall be available. Germany www.org .P. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. 55.xlsx Page: 34 of 231 Compliance Criteria Potential intentional threats to food safety in all phases of the operation shall be identified and assessed.0_July16-CL.A.globalgap. 50672 Cologne.1 Is there a risk assessment for food defense and are procedures in place to address identified food defense risks? Code Ref: IFA V5. Level Yes No N/A Major Must © GLOBALG. English Version 337096573. Food defense risk identification shall assure that all input is from safe and secured sources.Nº Control Point AF 10 FOOD DEFENSE (not applicable for Flowers and Ornamentals and Plant Propagation Material) AF 10. Procedures for corrective action shall be in place in case of intentional threat.

P. Where producers own a GLN.A.A. STATUS AF 11. N/A only when there is a written agreement available between the producer and the client not to identify the GLOBALG.: ‘‘GLOBALG. Germany www.P. This cannot be checked during the initial (first ever) inspection. Indication of the certified status is obligatory regardless of whether the certified product was sold as certified or not. Edition V5.P.P.P.P.A. English Version 337096573. where appropriate.0_July16-CL.A. other documentation related to sales of certified to the GLOBALG. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.1 Does all transaction documentation include reference Sales invoices and. 55.org .g. certified <product name>’’).P.A.globalgap. Code Ref: IFA V5. this shall replace the GGN issued by GLOBALG.A.A. status and the GGN? Level Yes No N/A Major Must material/products shall include the GGN of the certificate holder AND a reference to the GLOBALG. certified status. certified status before the first positive certification decision.A. 50672 Cologne.xlsx Page: 35 of 231 © GLOBALG. Non-certified products do not need to be identified as ‘non-certified'.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria AF 11 GLOBALG. status of the product and/or the GGN on the transaction documents. during the registration process. because the producer is not certified yet and the producer cannot reference to the GLOBALG.P.0-2. This is not obligatory in internal documentation. Positive identification of the certified status is enough on transaction documentation (e.

A. General Regulations and according to the Sublicense and Certification Agreement? Code Ref: IFA V5. GLN or sub-GLN according to the General Regulations Annex 1 and according to the Sublicense and Certification Agreement. However. Edition V5.1 Is the GLOBALG.0_July16-CL. N/A for CFM. when the certified products are input products.A.P. trademark. word.0-2.Nº Control Point AF 12 LOGO USE AF 12. word. Number) used according to the GLOBALG. PPM. word. GLOBALG.org .A. 50672 Cologne.P. English Version 337096573.A. Aquaculture ova or seedlings and Livestock.A.P. Germany www. The GLOBALG.A. certified status before the first positive certification decision.P. 55. the certificate holder can use any and/or all in business-to-business communications.P.P.A. GLOBALG.A. on the consumer packaging.P. trademark or logo cannot be in use during the initial (first ever) inspection because the producer is not certified yet and the producer cannot reference to the GLOBALG. GLOBALG. GLOBALG. word.P. trademark. not intended for sale to final consumers and will definitely not appear at the point of sale to final consumers.xlsx Page: 36 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A The producer/producer group shall use the Major Must GLOBALG.A. QR code or logo and the GGN (GLOBALG. QR code or logo and the GGN (GLOBALG.P.P. Number).globalgap. or at the point of sale.A.P. © GLOBALG. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. trademark or logo shall never appear on the final product.A.A.P.

A.globalgap. This can be done via physical identification or product handling procedures. 50672 Cologne.org . © GLOBALG.A.1 Is there an effective system in place to identify and segregate all GLOBALG. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. certified and noncertified products? Code Ref: IFA V5. English Version 337096573. 55.xlsx Page: 37 of 231 A system shall be in place to avoid mixing of certified Major Must and non-certified products.A.Nº Control Point AF 13 TRACEABILITY AND SEGREGATION Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A Chapter 13 is applicable to all producers who need to register for parallel production/ownership and to those who buy from other producers (certified or not). including the relevant records.P.0-2. Edition V5. the same products they also certify.P. It is not applicable to producers who certify 100% of the product in their GLOBALG. AF 13.0_July16-CL. Germany www. Scope and do not buy of those products from other producers (certified or not).P.

N/A only when the producer only owns GLOBALG.globalgap.P. all product packed in final consumer packaging (either from farm level or after product handling) shall be identified with a GGN where the product originates from a certified process.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria AF 13.org . The GGN shall not be used to label non-certified products. 50672 Cologne.3 Is there a final check to ensure the correct product dispatch of certified and non-certified products? The check shall be documented to show that the certified and non-certified products are dispatched correctly.0-2. is there a system to ensure that all final products originating from a certified production process are correctly identified? In the case the producer is registered for parallel Major Must production/ownership (where certified and noncertified products are produced and/or owned by one legal entity). AF 13. Germany www. English Version 337096573.P. It can be the GGN of the (Option 2) group. both GGNs. 55.2 In the case of producers registered for parallel production/ownership (where certified and noncertified products are produced and/or owned by one legal entity).A. the GGN of the group member.xlsx Page: 38 of 231 Level Yes No N/A Major Must © GLOBALG. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.0_July16-CL. Code Ref: IFA V5. GLN or sub-GLN on the ready to be sold product. or the GGN of the individual (Option 1) producer. This can also be the client's own label specifications where the GGN is not included. Edition V5.A. products (no PP/PO). or when there is a written agreement available between the producer and the client not to use the GGN.

Supplier details .P.0_July16-CL.Quantities of product(s) purchased .globalgap. English Version 337096573.Traceability data/codes related to the purchased products .GLOBALG. when products? applicable.List of approved suppliers Code Ref: IFA V5. Germany www.P. for identifying certified and.Nº Control Point AF 13. Edition V5. documented and Major Must records for identifying products purchased from maintained. Certificates where applicable .e.xlsx Page: 39 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG.A. Records shall include: . non-certified quantities purchased from different sources (i. 55.Purchase orders/invoices received by the organization being assessed .org .A.P. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. 50672 Cologne.A. appropriately to the scale of the different sources available for all registered operation. certified status . other producers or traders) for all registered products.4 Are appropriate identification procedures in place and Procedures shall be established.Copy of the GLOBALG.0-2.Product description .

No N/A.P.P. with particular attention to quantities sold and descriptions provided.A.Major Must all registered products? certified quantities shall be recorded for all registered products. 55.0_July16-CL. when applicable. producers. In the case of producer group members. non. stored and/or purchased) recorded and summarized for all products? Code Ref: IFA V5.xlsx Page: 40 of 231 Quantities (including information on volumes or Major Must weight) of certified.1 Are sales records available for all quantities sold and Sales details of certified and. Documents to demonstrate mass balance shall be clearly identified. This control point applies to all GLOBALG. AF 14.P.A. No N/A. so as to facilitate the mass balance verification process.2 Are quantities (produced.A. incoming (including purchased products). The frequency of the mass balance verification shall be defined and be appropriate to the scale of the operation. Germany www. outgoing and stored products shall be recorded and a summary maintained for all registered products. English Version 337096573. © GLOBALG. The documents shall demonstrate the consistent balance between the certified and non-certified input and the output. 50672 Cologne. AF 14. but It shall be done at least annually per product.org . Edition V5. this information may sometimes be covered under the QMS of the group.globalgap. and when applicable noncertified.Nº Control Point AF 14 MASS BALANCE Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A Chapter 14 is applicable to all GLOBALG.0-2. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. producers.

55.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level AF 14. the members of the producer groups and the individual production sites are not required to complete and sign the declaration individually.xlsx Page: 41 of 231 Completion and signature of the Food Safety Policy Major Must Declaration is a commitment to be renewed annually for each new certification cycle.globalgap.1 Has the producer completed and signed the Food Safety Policy Declaration included in the IFA checklist? Code Ref: IFA V5. English Version 337096573.0_July16-CL. For an Option 1 producer. © GLOBALG. In that case.P.0-2.3 Are conversion ratios and/or loss (input-output calculations of a given production process) during handling calculated and controlled? Conversion ratios shall be calculated and available for each relevant handling process. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. Edition V5. the self-assessment checklist will only be complete when the Food Safety Policy Declaration is completed and signed. without implemented QMS. 50672 Cologne. No N/A. AF 15. All generated product waste quantities shall be estimated and/or recorded. unless Flowers and Ornamentals or Plant Propagation Material certification.A.org . Major Must AF 15 FOOD SAFETY POLICY DECLARATION (not applicable for Flowers and Ornamentals) Yes No N/A The Food Safety Policy Declaration reflects in an unambiguous manner the commitment of the producer to ensure that food safety is implemented and maintained throughout the production processes. No N/A. it is possible that the central management assumes this commitment for the organization and for all its members by completing and signing one declaration at QMS level. Germany www. In the case of producer groups (Option 2) and Option 1 multisite producers with implemented QMS.

globalgap. 16. specifying and has it been implemented? the measures the producer has implemented to address the food fraud threats identified is available and implemented. Code Ref: IFA V5. Germany www. This procedure may be based on a generic one. AF. English Version 337096573.g. Edition V5.2 Does the producer have a food fraud mitigation plan A documented food fraud mitigation plan. 50672 Cologne. current and implemented. counterfeit PPP or propagation material. © GLOBALG. non-food grade packaging material).org .P.1 Does the producer have a food fraud vulnerability risk A documented risk assessment to identify potential Recom. non-food grade packaging material) is available. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.g.0_July16-CL. but shall be customized to the scope of the production.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria AF 16 FOOD FRAUD MITIGATION (not applicable for Flowers and Ornamentals) Level Yes No N/A Food fraud may occur on primary production when suppliers provide input products/materials that do not match the specifications (e.xlsx Page: 42 of 231 Recom. AF.0-2. assessment? vulnerability to food fraud (e. 16.A. counterfeit PPP or propagation material. 55. This may cause public health crises. and therefore producers should take measures to mitigate these risks.

0_July16-CL. and tracked forward to the immediate customer (one step up. registered product traceable back to and trackable from the registered farm (and other relevant registered areas) where it has been produced and. Code Ref: IFA V5. English Version 337096573. by using the appropriate varieties. to the registered farms of the group.xlsx Page: 43 of 231 © GLOBALG. handled? CB 2 PROPAGATION MATERIAL There is a documented identification and traceability Major Must system that allows GLOBALG.A. Edition V5.P. Produce handling shall also be covered. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.1 Is GLOBALG. Germany www. if applicable. No N/A.A. if applicable. The choice of propagation material plays an important role in the production process and.0-2. Harvest information shall link a batch to the production records or the farms of specific producers. CB 1. registered products to be traced back to the registered farm or. one step down).globalgap. can help to reduce the number of fertilizer and plant protection product applications. in a farmer group.org .A.Nº Control Point CB CROPS BASE CB 1 TRACEABILITY Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A Traceability facilitates the recall/withdrawal of foods and flowers and ornamentals and enables customers to be provided with targeted and accurate information concerning implicated products. (Refer to General Regulations Part II for information on segregation in Option 2). The choice of propagation material is a precondition of good plant growth and product quality.P. 55. 50672 Cologne.P.

0-2. propagation material vendor. additional information on seed quality (germination. English Version 337096573. CB 2. 50672 Cologne. retailers and government a means of oversight to ensure that health and safety requirements are met and that information related to the identity of the variety is available to regulators to prevent fraud.A. Minor Must Material coming from nurseries that have GLOBALG.1 Quality and Health Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A The purpose of variety registration is to provide growers. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.P.Nº Control Point CB 2. seed health.xlsx Page: 44 of 231 © GLOBALG.A.0_July16-CL. is there evidence that guarantees they have been obtained in compliance with variety registration laws (in the case mandatory variety registration exists in the respective country)? A document (e. where available. equivalent or GLOBALG.1 When seeds or propagation material have been purchased in the past 24 months.globalgap. empty seed package or plant passport or packing list or invoice) that states as a minimum variety name. recognized certification are considered compliant.P. batch number. Plant Propagation Material.) shall be available. genetic purity. Germany www.P.1. Edition V5.A. 55. Variety registration aims at protecting the buyer of the seed/young plants/harvested material by providing the basic assurance that the starting material used conforms to the official variety description.g. etc. and. Code Ref: IFA V5. physical purity.org . processors.

propagation material vendor and packing list/delivery note or invoice to demonstrate size and identity of all propagation material used in the last 24 months.int/pluto/en) and the Variety Finder Tool on the website of CPVO (cpvo.2 Has the propagation material used been obtained in When producers use registered varieties or Minor Must accordance to applicable intellectual property laws? rootstock. but from vegetative origin).globalgap. 50672 Cologne.eu) list all varieties in the world. Code Ref: IFA V5.1. the plant passport if applicable or. as a minimum.A. there are written documents available on request that prove that the propagation material used has been obtained in accordance to applicable local intellectual property right laws. if a plant passport is not required. Edition V5.europa.P. No N/A.upov. providing their registration details and the Intellectual Property Protection details per variety and country. variety name. 55. batch number.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level CB 2. English Version 337096573. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.xlsx Page: 45 of 231 © GLOBALG. a document or empty seed package that states.org . Germany www. These documents may be the license contract (for starting material that does not originate from seed.0-2.0_July16-CL. Yes No N/A Note: The PLUTO Database of UPOV (http://www.

special attention shall be paid to the origin of the rootstocks through documentation.A. Germany www. not sold). 55. list with the names of the PPP used.2 Chemical Treatments and Dressings CB 2. When rootstocks are used.P. © GLOBALG.P.globalgap. recognized certificate are considered compliant with the Control Point.0_July16-CL.1 Is the purchased propagation material (seed.1. NA for perennial crops.A.e. seedlings. this will suffice. Recording shall be at regular established intervals.) are available on request. The monitoring system shall include the recording and identification of the mother plant or field of origin crop.P. Plant Propagation Material.g.org . maintaining records/ seed packages.2. plantlets. Edition V5. equivalent or GLOBALG.3 Are plant health quality control systems operational for in-house nursery propagation? A quality control system that contains a monitoring Minor Must system for visible signs of pest and diseases is in place and current records of the monitoring system shall be available. English Version 337096573.0-2. rootstocks. (including in-house grafting material selection). cuttings) accompanied by information of chemical treatments done by the supplier? Code Ref: IFA V5.A. Nursery means anywhere propagation material is produced. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. Suppliers who hold a GLOBALG.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 2. CB 2. as applicable.xlsx Page: 46 of 231 Level Yes No N/A Records with the name(s) of the chemical product(s) Minor Must used by the supplier on the propagation material (e. If the cultivated trees or plants are intended for own use only (i. etc. 50672 Cologne.

Germany www. CB 2.1 Does the planting of or trials with GMOs comply with The registered farm or group of registered farms all applicable legislation in the country of production? have a copy of the legislation applicable in the country of production and comply accordingly.xlsx Page: 47 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A Minor Must © GLOBALG.2 Are plant protection product treatments recorded for Records of all plant protection product treatments in-house nursery propagation materials applied applied during the plant propagation period for induring the plant propagation period? house plant nursery propagation are available and include location.0_July16-CL. trade name and active ingredient.Nº Control Point CB 2.P. Specific husbandry and management advice shall be obtained. Minor Must CB 2. English Version 337096573. records of planting. Major Must Code Ref: IFA V5.3.3.3 Genetically Modified Organisms (N/A if no genetically modified varieties are used) CB 2. Records shall be kept of the specific modification and/or the unique identifier. use or production of GMO cultivars and/or products derived from genetic modification are maintained.2. quantity and machinery used.A.org .2 Is there documentation available of when the producer grows genetically modified organisms? If GMO cultivars and/or products derived from genetic modification are used. Edition V5. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. Major Must CB 2.0-2. authorized by.3 Have the producer’s direct clients been informed of the GMO status of the product? Documented evidence of communication shall be provided and shall allow verification that all material supplied to direct clients is according to customer requirements. 50672 Cologne. date. 55.globalgap. justification.3. operator.

English Version 337096573. (Analysis may be conducted with on-farm equipment or mobile kits). Minor Must Flowers and ornamentals producers shall perform calculations at least once for every single crop harvested and on a justified regular basis (e.4 Is there a plan for handling GM material (i.g. every two weeks in closed systems) for continuously harvested crops. CB 3.0-2. aids yield.P.g.xlsx Page: 48 of 231 © GLOBALG.globalgap.0_July16-CL.g. Edition V5.5 Are GMO crops stored separately from other crops to A visual assessment of the integrity and identification Major Must avoid adventitious mixing? of genetically modified (GMO) crops storage shall be made. Germany www.e. Minor Must and trials) identifying strategies to minimize crops and trials) are handled and stored to minimize contamination risks (e.org . No N/A. such as accidental mixing of risk of contamination with conventional material and adjacent non-GM crops) and maintaining product to maintain product integrity is available. integrity? CB 2.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level CB 2. hydroponic or potted plants). 55.3. Records of analyses and/or crop-specific literature shall be available as evidence.1 Does the producer have a soil management plan? The producer shall demonstrate that consideration has been given to the nutritional needs of the crop and to maintaining soil fertility.A.g. and contributes to profitability. 50672 Cologne. CB 3 SOIL MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION Yes No N/A Good soil husbandry ensures the long-term fertility of the soil.3. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. crops A written plan that explains how GM materials (e. Code Ref: IFA V5. Not applicable in the case of crops that are not grown directly on the soil (e.

org . English Version 337096573. isolate or eliminate soil compaction. wind). based on Recom. use of deep-rooting green crops. sowing grass or green fertilizers.) that are suitable for use on the land and. where possible.0_July16-CL. 55. CB 3. tramlines. a soil profile or soil analysis or local (regional) cartographic soil-type map. 50672 Cologne.g. Germany www.globalgap. drains. subsoiling. etc.3 Is there.) to minimize soil erosion (e. cross line techniques on slopes. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.xlsx Page: 49 of 231 Level Yes No N/A Minor Must © GLOBALG. permanent row marking. mulching.2 Have soil maps been prepared for the farm? The types of soil are identified for each site.0-2. smearing.P. CB 3. minimize. trees and bushes on borders of sites. Edition V5. CB 3. avoiding in-row plowing. where feasible.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 3. Code Ref: IFA V5. this can be verified from planting date and/or plant protection product application records. crop rotation for annual crops? When rotations of annual crops to improve soil Minor Must structure and minimize soil borne pests and diseases are done. use of low pressure tires. drainage. etc.4 Have techniques been used to improve or maintain soil structure and avoid soil compaction? There is evidence of techniques applied (e.g.5 Does the producer use techniques to reduce the possibility of soil erosion? There is evidence of control practices and remedial Minor Must measures (e. water.g. poaching. Records shall exist for the previous 2-year rotation.A.

xlsx Page: 50 of 231 © GLOBALG. potassium (K)) in organic fertilizer applied in order to avoid soil contamination. English Version 337096573. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. and date shall be kept and be available.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level CB 3.0-2. Code Ref: IFA V5. Correct application to optimize use and storage procedures to avoid loss and contamination shall be followed.org .A.globalgap.7 Does the producer keep records on seed/planting rate.P. Nutrients shall be available for crops in the growing substrate or soil and fertilization is often necessary. 55. sowing/planting date? Records of sowing/planting. 50672 Cologne. Germany www. CB 4 FERTILIZER APPLICATION Yes No N/A Minor Must The fertilization decision-making process involves consideration of crop demands.0_July16-CL. phosphorus (P).6 Has the producer taken into account the nutrient contribution of organic fertilizer applications? An analysis from the supply is carried out or Minor Must recognized standard values are used. CB 3. Edition V5. rate/density. which take into account the contents of NPK nutrients (nitrogen (N).

) and/or the use of tools (software. specific training course attendance. specific training courses.1 Advice on Quantity and Type of Fertilizer CB 4.1. etc. training and technical competence shall be demonstrated via official qualifications. access to product technical literature.. Code Ref: IFA V5. unless employed for that purpose by a competent organization (e.P.0_July16-CL. official advisory services). c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. Where the fertilizer records show that the technically responsible person determining quantity and type of fertilizer (organic or inorganic) is the producer or designated employee.Nº Control Point CB 4. English Version 337096573.1 Are recommendations for the application of fertilizers Where the fertilizer records show that the technically Minor Must (organic or inorganic) provided by competent and responsible person determining quantity and type of qualified persons? the fertilizer (organic or inorganic) is an external adviser.0-2.xlsx Page: 51 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG.g. 50672 Cologne. on farm detection methods.). Germany www.A.org . etc. 55.g. Edition V5.globalgap. experience shall be complemented by technical knowledge (e. etc.

0-2. No N/A.2. No N/A. 17-17-17) are detailed in the records of all fertilizer applications. NPK).globalgap.2. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. orchard or greenhouse where the registered product crop is located. and concentrations (e.2. Edition V5. as this is not necessarily the same as the recommendation.g.2.A. orchard or greenhouse reference and crop? Records shall be kept of all fertilizer applications.3 Applied fertilizer types? The trade name. Records shall also be kept for hydroponic situations and where fertigation is used.4 Applied quantities? The amount of product to be applied in weight or Minor Must volume relative to a unit of area or number of plants or unit of time per volume of fertigation is detailed in the records of all fertilizer applications. Minor Must CB 4.2 Application dates? The exact dates (day.1 to 4. type of fertilizer (e.P. include the following criteria: CB 4.2 Records of Application Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A 4.0_July16-CL. both organic and inorganic.6: Do records of all applications of soil and foliar fertilizers. month and year) of the application are detailed in the records of all fertilizer applications. 50672 Cologne. The actual quantity applied shall be recorded.Nº Control Point CB 4. Germany www. 55.org . No N/A. CB 4.g. Code Ref: IFA V5. Minor Must detailing the geographical area and the name or reference of the field. English Version 337096573. No N/A.2. Minor Must CB 4.2.xlsx Page: 52 of 231 © GLOBALG.1 Field.

Yes No N/A Minor Must If a single individual makes all of the applications. No N/A. 50672 Cologne. all of them need to be listed in the records.g. via irrigation or mechanical distribution.0_July16-CL. If there is a team of workers performing the fertilization.2.0-2.2. manual or mechanical. CB 4. No N/A.P.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level CB 4. these are identified individually. Code Ref: IFA V5.A. it is acceptable to record these details only once. Methods may be e. Edition V5.xlsx Page: 53 of 231 © GLOBALG. 55. it is acceptable to record the operator details only once.5 Method of application? The method and/or equipment used are detailed in Minor Must the records of all fertilizer applications. Germany www.6 Operator details? The name of the operator who has applied the fertilizer is detailed in the records of all fertilizer applications.g. English Version 337096573.globalgap. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.org . In the case the method/equipment is always the same. If there are various equipment units. Equipment may be e.

sunlight. bulk liquid fertilizers can be stored outside in containers.0-2.globalgap. It is permitted to store lime and gypsum in the field. English Version 337096573. Edition V5. 50672 Cologne.3. etc.0_July16-CL.3. powders.).1 to 4. frost and rain. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. granules or liquids) from atmospheric influences (e. 55.3 Fertilizer Storage Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A 4. they can be stored with plant protection products.org . weather conditions.3.1 Separately from plant protection products? The minimum requirement is to prevent physical Minor Must cross-contamination between fertilizers (organic and inorganic) and plant protection products by using a physical barrier (wall.7: Are all fertilizers stored: CB 4. As long as the storage requirements on the material safety data sheet are complied with. Code Ref: IFA V5. micronutrients or foliar fertilizers) are packed in a closed container.3.P. CB 4.e. high temperature). Based on a risk assessment (fertilizer type.Nº Control Point CB 4.A. storage duration and location). plastic coverage could be acceptable. If fertilizers that are applied together with plant protection products (i.2 In a covered area? The covered area is suitable to protect all inorganic Minor Must fertilizers (e.xlsx Page: 54 of 231 © GLOBALG.g.g. Germany www. sheeting.

if there is no applicable legislation.6 Not together with harvested products? Fertilizers shall not be stored with harvested products. Code Ref: IFA V5. Germany www.3 In a clean area? Inorganic fertilizers (e. 50672 Cologne. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.0-2. Minor Must powders. Liquid fertilizer stores/tanks shall be surrounded by an impermeable barrier to contain a capacity to 110% of the volume of the largest container.g.3. CB 4.0_July16-CL.P. granules or liquids) is well ventilated and free from rainwater or heavy condensation.3.A.3.4 In a dry area? The storage area for all inorganic fertilizers (e. Edition V5.5 In an appropriate manner that reduces the risk of contamination of water sources? All fertilizers are stored in a manner that poses Minor Must minimum risk of contamination to water sources.org . CB 4.3. and where spillage and leakage may be cleared away. granules or Minor Must liquids) are stored in an area that is free from waste.globalgap. does not constitute a breeding place for rodents. English Version 337096573. powders. CB 4.xlsx Page: 55 of 231 Level Yes No N/A Major Must © GLOBALG. Storage cannot be directly on the soil except for lime/gypsum.g. 55.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 4.

registered crops.org .7 Is there an up-to-date fertilizer stock inventory or stock calculation listing incoming fertilizer and records of use available? The stock inventory (type and amount of fertilizers Minor Must stored) shall be updated within a month after there is a movement of the stock (in and out). English Version 337096573. A stock update can be calculated by registration of supply (invoices or other records of incoming fertilizers) and use (treatments/applications). but there shall be regular checks of the actual content so as to avoid deviations with calculations.1 Does the producer prevent the use of human sewage No treated or untreated human sewage sludge is sludge on the farm? used on the farm for the production of GLOBALG. 50672 Cologne.A.4 Organic Fertilizer CB 4.P.globalgap.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 4. CB 4. 55. Germany www. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.4. Code Ref: IFA V5.0_July16-CL.P. Edition V5.xlsx Page: 56 of 231 Level Yes No N/A Major Must © GLOBALG.A.0-2.3. No N/A.

g. and that at least the following have been considered: • type of organic fertilizer • method of treatment to obtain the organic fertilizer • microbial contamination (plant and human pathogens) • weed/seed content • heavy metal content • timing of application. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. prior to application.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 4. direct contact to edible part of crop.xlsx Page: 57 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. 50672 Cologne. Edition V5. characteristics and intended use? Documented evidence is available to demonstrate Minor Must that a food safety and environmental risk assessment for the use of organic fertilizer has been done.) or shall be stored at least 25 meters from water sources.P.3 Is organic fertilizer stored in an appropriate manner that reduces the risk of contamination of the environment? Organic fertilizers shall be stored in a designated Minor Must area.2 Has a risk assessment been carried out for organic fertilizer. concrete foundation and walls. and placement of organic fertilizer (e.2.globalgap.1.4.). CB 4. etc. have been taken to prevent the contamination of water sources (e. adequate according to the risk assessment in AF 1.g. Appropriate measures. etc. specially built leakproof container.5 Nutrient Content of Inorganic Fertilizers Code Ref: IFA V5. Germany www. ground between crops.4. considers its source. CB 4. English Version 337096573. This also applies to substrates from biogas plants.A. 55..org .0-2. which.0_July16-CL.

c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. which includes heavy metals? Documented evidence detailing chemical content.0-2. is available for all inorganic fertilizers used on crops grown under GLOBALG.A.2 Are purchased inorganic fertilizers accompanied by documented evidence of chemical content.globalgap. 55. CB 4.A.org . Code Ref: IFA V5.xlsx Page: 58 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 4. Recom.A. including heavy metals. English Version 337096573.5. Edition V5.5.P. Germany www.0_July16-CL.P. within the last 12-month period.P. within the last 24-month period.1 Is the content of major nutrients (NPK) of applied fertilizers known? Documented evidence/labels detailing major nutrient Minor Must content (or recognized standard values) is available for all fertilizers used on crops grown under GLOBALG. 50672 Cologne.

For information about responsible water use.1 Predicting Irrigation Requirements CB 5. Germany www. farm rain gauges. see Annex CB 1.A. 50672 Cologne. Code Ref: IFA V5.0-2.P. Where on-farm tools are in place. local agricultural institute data. CB 5. drainage trays for substrate growing.xlsx Page: 59 of 231 © GLOBALG.0_July16-CL.Nº Control Point CB 5 WATER MANAGEMENT Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A Water is a scarce natural resource and irrigation should be designed and planned by appropriate forecasting and/or by technical equipment allowing for the efficient use of irrigation water.1.1 Are tools used routinely to calculate and optimize the The producer can demonstrate that crop irrigation Minor Must crop irrigation requirements? requirements are calculated based on data (e. Edition V5.globalgap.org . evaporation meters. these should be maintained to ensure that they are effective and in a good state of repair.g. N/A only for rain-fed crops. English Version 337096573. 55. water tension meters for the percentage of soil moisture content). c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.

Nº Control Point CB 5.A. Edition V5.1 (General Guideline for Risk Assessments) and Annex CB. 55. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. English Version 337096573.xlsx Page: 60 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level There is a documented risk assessment that identifies environmental impacts of the water sources.P.0-2.globalgap.0_July16-CL.1 Has a risk assessment been undertaken that evaluates environmental issues for water management on the farm and has it been reviewed by the management within the previous 12 months? Code Ref: IFA V5. Germany www. See Annex AF.1 (Guideline for On-farm Water Management) for further guidance.2 Efficient Water Use on Farm CB 5. distribution system and irrigation and crop washing usages. the risk assessment shall take into consideration the impact of own farming activities on off-farm environments.org . No N/A.2. 50672 Cologne. fully implemented and it shall be reviewed and approved annually by the management. The risk assessment shall be completed. where information is known to be available. Minor Must (Will become Major Must as of 1 July 2017) Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. In addition.

with timescales where deficiencies exist.org . Permanent fixtures. Training and/or retraining of personnel responsible for the oversight or performance duties shall be provided. valves.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level CB 5. returns and other above-ground features that make up a complete irrigation system. Code Ref: IFA V5. permanent fixtures and the flow of the water system (including holding systems. reservoirs or any water captured for re-use). The plan shall also assess the need for the maintenance of irrigation equipment.).xlsx Page: 61 of 231 © GLOBALG.0_July16-CL.1. photographs. This can either be an individual plan or a regional activity that the farm may be participating in or is covered by such activities.P. 50672 Cologne. Minor Must (Will become Major Must as of 1 July 2017) Yes No N/A The plan shall include one or more of the following: maps (see AF 1. reservoirs. shall be included. 55. approved by the management within the previous 12 months. drawings (hand drawings are acceptable) or other means to identify the location of water source(s). c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.2 Is there a water management plan available that identifies water sources and measures to ensure the efficiency of application and which management has approved within the previous 12 months? There is a written and implemented action plan. including wells. which identifies water sources and measures to ensure efficient use and application.1. Short and long-term plans for improvement. Edition V5.globalgap. Germany www.A.2. shall be documented in such a manner as to enable location in the field. English Version 337096573. gates.0-2.

e. water quality shall comply with the WHO published Guidelines for the Safe Use of Wastewater and Excreta in Agriculture and Aquaculture 2006.P. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.xlsx Page: 62 of 231 © GLOBALG.0-2.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level CB 5. This can also be the hours of systems operating on a timed flow basis. Code Ref: IFA V5. English Version 337096573.org . etc. based on the water management plan and an annual total. Germany www. when there is reason to believe that the water may be coming from a possibly polluted source (i. No N/A.3 Are records for crop irrigation/fertigation water usage The producer shall keep records of the usage of crop Minor Must and for the previous individual crop cycle/s with total irrigation/fertigation water that include the date. 50672 Cologne. Also. 55.2.) the farmer shall demonstrate through analysis that the water complies with the WHO guideline requirements or the local legislation for irrigation water. cycle application volumes maintained? duration. Where treated sewage water or reclaimed water is used. and the volume (per water meter or per irrigation unit) updated on a monthly basis. actual or estimated flow rate. Edition V5.3.1 Is the use of treated sewage water in pre-harvest activities justified according to a risk assessment? Yes No N/A Untreated sewage is not used for irrigation/fertigation Major Must or other pre-harvest activities.0_July16-CL.globalgap.3 Water Quality CB 5. because of a village upstream. CB 5.A.

rubbish. 50672 Cologne. English Version 337096573. organic matter or minerals in the water can neutralize the chemicals.Method(s) of application (see CB Annex 1 for examples). The risk assessment shall be reviewed by the management every year and updated any time there is a change made to the system or a situation occurs that could introduce an opportunity to contaminate the system. PPP must be mixed in water whose quality does not compromise the effectiveness of the application.xlsx Page: 63 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. the literature provided by the chemical manufacturers. washings. 55.2 Has a risk assessment on physical and chemical pollution of water used on pre-harvest activities (e.Identification of the water sources and their historical testing results (if applicable).g. Code Ref: IFA V5. .g. . producers must obtain the required water standards from the product label.Purity of the water used for PPP applications.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 5. irrigation/fertigation. .3.P. The risk assessment shall address potential physical (e.0_July16-CL.Characteristics of the crop and the growth stage. at a Minor Must minimum. plastic bags. . bottles) and chemical hazards and hazard control procedures for the water distribution system. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. the following shall be performed and documented: .A. For guidance. Germany www. Any dissolved soil. or seek advice from a qualified agronomist. Edition V5.org . . spraying) been completed and has it been reviewed by the management within the last 12 months? A risk assessment that takes into consideration.Contact of water with the crop.0-2.globalgap. excessive sediment load.Timing of water use (during crop growth stage).

the type of test. 55. who is taking the samples. and the acceptance criteria. There shall be a written procedure for water testing during the production and harvest season. where the sample is taken. Code Ref: IFA V5. or laboratories approved for water testing by the local competent authorities are available.globalgap.2 and current sector specific standards. NA for sub-scope Flowers and Ornamentals.2) plan as directed by the water risk assessment and taking into account current sector specific standards? current sector specific standards or relevant regulations for the crops being grown. CB 5.3.xlsx Page: 64 of 231 © GLOBALG. Analysis results from an appropriate laboratory accredited against ISO 17025 or equivalent standard.3. which includes frequency of sampling.A.3. 50672 Cologne. does the laboratory analysis consider chemical and physical contamination.3 Is water used on pre-harvest activities analyzed at a Water testing shall be part of the water management Minor Must frequency in line with the risk assessment (CB 5.0_July16-CL.3.4 According to the risk assessment in CB 5. how the sample is collected. Germany www. and is the laboratory accredited against ISO17025 or by competent national authorities for testing water? Yes No N/A If according to the risk assessment and current Minor Must sector specific standards there is a risk of contamination. NA for sub-scope Flowers and Ornamentals. Edition V5. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.P. the laboratory analysis provides a record of the relevant identified chemical and physical contaminants.0-2.org . English Version 337096573.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level CB 5.

These permits/licenses shall be available for inspection and have valid dates.4 Supply of Irrigation/Fertigation Water CB 5.A. 55.globalgap.3.0_July16-CL. Code Ref: IFA V5. 50672 Cologne.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level CB 5. CB 5.4.xlsx Page: 65 of 231 Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. do the water usage and discharge records confirm that the management has complied with these? It is not unusual for specific conditions to be set in the Major Must permits/licenses. for water discharge into river courses or other environmentally sensitive areas. any subsequent water discharge? There are valid permits/licenses available issued by Minor Must the competent authority for all farm water extraction.P.1 Where legally required.0-2. Germany www. water storage infrastructure. NA for sub-scope Flowers and Ornamentals. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. weekly. monthly or yearly extraction volumes or usage rates. all on-farm water usage including but not restricted to irrigation.4. where appropriate. product washing or flotation processes. and where legally required. Minor Must CB 5. are there valid permits/licenses available for all farm water extraction. corrective actions and documentation are available as part of the management plan as identified in the water risk assessment and current sector specific standards. water storage infrastructure. daily.2 Where the water permits/licenses indicate specific restrictions. Records shall be maintained and available to demonstrate that these conditions are being met. Edition V5. English Version 337096573.org . such as hourly.5 Are corrective actions taken based on adverse results from the risk assessment before the next harvest cycle? Where required. on-farm usage and.

Code Ref: IFA V5. natural enemy complex.P.1 Are water storage facilities present and well Where the farm is located in areas of seasonal water Recom. in a good state of repair. CB 6 INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT Yes No N/A Integrated Pest Management (IPM) involves the careful consideration of all available pest control techniques and the subsequent integration of appropriate measures that discourage the development of pest populations. 50672 Cologne. etc. any IPM system shall be implemented in the context of local physical (climatic.). maintained to take advantage of periods of maximum availability. An IPM Toolbox (Annex CB 2) has been developed to provide alternative actions for the application of IPM techniques in the commercial production of agricultural and horticultural crops. Edition V5. Where required. there are water storage facilities for water water availability? use during periods when water availability is low.0-2. and keeps plant protection products and other interventions to levels that are economically justified and reduce or minimize risks to human health and the environment. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. Germany www.).0_July16-CL. topographical etc. 55.5.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level CB 5. Given the natural variation on pest development for the different crops and areas.5 Water Storage Facilities CB 5.globalgap.org . and appropriately fenced/secured to prevent accidents.xlsx Page: 66 of 231 © GLOBALG.A. and economical conditions. English Version 337096573. they are legally authorized. biological (pest complex.

etc.2 "Prevention"? Code Ref: IFA V5.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level CB 6. 50672 Cologne.g.A. unless this person has been employed for that purpose by a competent organization (e. specific training course attendance.0_July16-CL. official advisory services).5: Can the producer show evidence of implementing activities that fall under the category of: CB 6. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. etc. English Version 337096573.globalgap. experience shall be complemented by technical knowledge (e.org . 55. CB 6..) and/or the use of tools (software. Edition V5. Yes No N/A Where the technically responsible person is the producer.2 to 6.0-2.P.). © GLOBALG.1 Has assistance with the implementation of IPM systems been obtained through training or advice? Where an external adviser has provided assistance. and thereby reducing the need for intervention. access to IPM technical literature. Minor Must training and technical competence shall be demonstrated via official qualifications. Germany www. etc. on-farm detection methods.xlsx Page: 67 of 231 The producer shall show evidence of implementing at Major Must least two activities per registered crop that include the adoption of production practices that could reduce the incidence and intensity of pest attacks.g. specific training courses.

Where possible.globalgap. and b) using this information to plan what pest management techniques are required.org . been followed to maintain the repeated controls in the crops. intervention with specific pest control methods will take place. Edition V5. English Version 337096573. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. Germany www.P.4 "Intervention"? The producer shall show evidence that in situations Major Must where pest attacks adversely affect the economic value of a crop. CB 6. 55. there is evidence that effectiveness of available plant protection products? anti-resistance recommendations (where available) are followed.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 6.3 "Observation and Monitoring"? The producer shall show evidence of a) implementing Major Must at least two activities per registered crop that will determine when and to what extent pests and their natural enemies are present. Not applicable when the producer did not need to intervene. Code Ref: IFA V5.5 Have anti-resistance recommendations.0-2. 50672 Cologne.0_July16-CL. either on the When the level of a pest. disease or weed requires Minor Must label or other sources. CB 6.xlsx Page: 68 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG.A. nonchemical approaches shall be considered.

refer to the GLOBALG. Edition V5.org .e.1.A. © GLOBALG. where such an official registration scheme exists)? Code Ref: IFA V5.2 Does the producer only use plant protection products that are currently authorized in the country of use for the target crop (i. or which have been.globalgap. 50672 Cologne. handling and storage of plant protection products are essential.0_July16-CL. No N/A.A. 55.1. CB 7.P.1 Choice of Plant Protection Products CB 7. it may be necessary to intervene using specific pest control methods. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. CB 7. English Version 337096573. Where no official registration scheme exists.A. The correct use.xlsx Page: 69 of 231 All the plant protection products applied are officially Major Must and currently authorized or permitted by the appropriate governmental organization in the country of application. Refer also to Annex CB 3 for cases where the producer takes part in legal field trials for final approval of PPPs by the local government.0-2. including plant protection products (PPP).P. Guideline (Annex CB 3) on this subject as well as the FAO International Code of Conduct on the Distribution and Use of Pesticides. within the last 12 months.1 Is a current list kept of plant protection products that A list is available for the commercial brand names of Minor Must are authorized in the country of production for use on plant protection products (including their active crops being grown? ingredient composition or beneficial organisms) that are authorized on crops being.P. grown on the farm under GLOBALG. Germany www.Nº Control Point CB 7 PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A In situations where a pest attack will adversely affect the economic value of a crop.

0_July16-CL. Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG.1. No N/A. English Version 337096573.A. weed or target of the plant protection product intervention. disease. Germany www.3 Is the plant protection product that has been applied All the plant protection products applied to the crop appropriate for the target as recommended on the are suitable and can be justified (according to label product label? recommendations or official registration body publication) for the pest. 55. No N/A.org .4 Are invoices of plant protection products kept? Minor Must Code Ref: IFA V5. Edition V5.1. 50672 Cologne. If the producer uses an off-label PPP. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.xlsx Page: 70 of 231 Compliance Criteria Invoices or packing slips of all plant protection products used and/or stored shall be kept for record keeping and available at the time of the external inspection.0-2. there shall be evidence of official approval for use of that PPP on that crop in that country. Major Must CB 7.globalgap.Nº Control Point CB 7.P.

0_July16-CL. experience shall be complemented by technical knowledge that can be demonstrated via technical documentation (e.0-2.2 Advice on Quantity and Type of Plant Protection Products CB 7. Code Ref: IFA V5. technical competence shall be demonstrated via official qualifications or specific training course attendance certificates. English Version 337096573. Edition V5. specific training course attendance.globalgap. 50672 Cologne. Where the plant protection product records show that the technically responsible person making the choice of plant protection products is the producer or designated employee. are permissible.P.g. etc.1 Are the persons selecting the plant protection products competent to make that choice? Level Yes No N/A Where the plant protection product records show that Major Must the technically responsible person making the choice of the plant protection products is an external qualified adviser. Germany www.org .). etc.A. governments.2. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 7. 55.xlsx Page: 71 of 231 © GLOBALG. Fax and emails from advisers. product technical literature.

Nº Control Point CB 7.globalgap. orchard or greenhouse where the crop is located. 55. Edition V5.Pre-harvest interval Code Ref: IFA V5.3 Records of Application CB 7. No N/A. but in these cases it shall be considered that application was done at the end of the day recorded.The pre-harvest interval has been recorded for all plant protection product applications where a pre-harvest interval is stated on the product label or. No N/A. No N/A. 50672 Cologne.0_July16-CL.org . Producers need not record end times.xlsx Page: 72 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A All plant protection product application records shall Major Must specify: .Application location .3. if not on label. .Crop name and/or variety . c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.1 Are records of all plant protection product applications kept and do they include the following minimum criteria: . Germany www.Date and end time of application .0-2. if applied more than one day) of application shall be recorded. English Version 337096573.The crop and/or variety treated. as stated by an official source. The active ingredient shall be recorded or it shall be possible to connect the trade name information to the active ingredient.The geographical area.Product trade name and active ingredient . No N/A unless Flowers and Ornamentals Certification.A.The exact dates (day/month/year) and end time of the application. . © GLOBALG. This information shall be used to crosscheck compliance with the pre-harvest intervals.The complete trade name (including formulation) and active ingredient or beneficial organism with scientific name. No N/A. The actual date (end date.P. . and the field. the name or reference of the farm. .

Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A 7. they shall correspond to the names stated on the label.3.3.2 Operator? Full name and/or signature of the responsible Minor Must operator/s applying the plant protection products shall be recorded. No N/A.0_July16-CL. If there is a team of workers doing the application. If a single individual makes all the applications. No N/A.xlsx Page: 73 of 231 Minor Must © GLOBALG.3.globalgap. 55. CB 7. it is acceptable to record the operator details only once. If a single individual authorizes all the applications. Code Ref: IFA V5. No N/A. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. measures shall be in place to ensure authenticity of records.P. English Version 337096573.3 Justification for application? The name of the pest(s).3. CB 7.4 Technical authorization for application? The technically responsible person making the decision on the use and the doses of the plant protection product(s) being applied has been identified in the records.7: Are records of all plant protection product applications kept and do they also include the following criteria: CB 7.org . If common names are used. Edition V5. 50672 Cologne.2 to 7. it is acceptable to record this person's details only once. disease(s) and/or weed(s) Minor Must treated is documented in all plant protection product application records. For electronic software systems. Germany www. all of them need to be listed in the records.3.0-2.A.

sunny/covered Minor Must and humidity) affecting effectiveness of treatment or drift to neighboring crops shall be recorded for all PPP applications. text information.. U.g. wind.3. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.3. knapsack.P. it is acceptable to record the details only once.0_July16-CL.org . 50672 Cologne. 55. This may be in the form of pictograms with tick boxes.A.7 Weather conditions at time of application? Local weather conditions (e. Code Ref: IFA V5.xlsx Page: 74 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. No N/A. CB 7. high Minor Must volume. dusting. If it is always the same unit of application machinery (e. English Version 337096573.V. No N/A. or another viable system on the record.g. Edition V5. aerial.5 Product quantity applied? All plant protection product application records Minor Must specify the amount of product to be applied in weight or volume or the total quantity of water (or other carrier medium) and dose in g/l or internationally recognized measures for the plant protection product.L. these are identified individually) is detailed in all plant protection product application records. fogger.globalgap. Germany www. only 1 boom sprayer).0-2.g.6 Application machinery used? The application machinery type (e.3. N/A for covered crops. via the irrigation system. CB 7.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 7. or another method) for all the plant protection products applied (if there are various units.

English Version 337096573. 50672 Cologne. 55. and by increasing pesticide sampling on such fields. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. by making agreements and organizing communication with producers from neighboring plots in order to eliminate the risk for undesired pesticide drift. N/A if not identified as risk.8 Does the producer take active measures to prevent pesticide drift to neighboring plots? The producer shall take active measures to avoid the Minor Must risk of pesticide drift from own plots to neighboring production areas. CB 7. but is not limited to. maintenance of spray equipment. risk of pesticide drift from adjacent plots e.xlsx Page: 75 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. This may include.P. Edition V5.3.org .g. Germany www. by planting vegetative buffers at the edges of cropped fields. knowledge of what the neighbors are growing.0-2.0_July16-CL. Code Ref: IFA V5.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 7.A.3.9 Does the producer take active measures to prevent pesticide drift from neighboring plots? The producer shall take active measures to avoid the Recom.globalgap. etc.

English Version 337096573.xlsx Page: 76 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A The producer shall demonstrate that all pre-harvest Major Must intervals have been complied with for plant protection products applied to the crops.P.4 Pre-Harvest Interval (Not Applicable for Flowers and Ornamentals) CB 7.5 Disposal of Surplus Application Mix CB 7. © GLOBALG. Code Ref: IFA V5.globalgap. there are systems in place in the field. No N/A. Germany www. Refer to CB 7.0-2. warning signs. through the use of clear records such as plant protection product application records and crop harvest dates. time of application etc. orchard or greenhouse (e.0_July16-CL. Surplus mix or tank washings shall be disposed of in a manner that does compromise neither food safety nor the environment. No N/A.6. 50672 Cologne.5. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. Edition V5.4.Nº Control Point CB 7.1 Is surplus application mix or tank washings disposed Applying surplus spray and tank washings to the crop Minor Must of in a way that does not compromise food safety and is a first priority under the condition that the overall the environment? label dose rate is not exceeded.) to ensure compliance with all pre-harvest intervals. 55.A.org . Records are kept. Specifically in continuous harvesting situations.1 Have the registered pre-harvest intervals been complied with? CB 7. unless Flowers and Ornamentals production.4.g.

c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. English Version 337096573.0_July16-CL.Nº Control Point CB 7. Where a group of countries is targeted together for trading. and presenting evidence of compliance with a residue screening system that meets the current applicable MRLs of that country.A.e. market(s) in which the producer intends to trade) is available? Code Ref: IFA V5. Refer to Annex CB. © GLOBALG.xlsx Page: 77 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A The producer or the producer's customer shall have Major Must available a list of current applicable MRLs for all market(s) in which produce is intended to be traded (domestic and/or international). the residue screening system shall meet the strictest current applicable MRLs in the group. Edition V5. 4 Residue Analysis. Germany www.globalgap.1 Can the producer demonstrate that information regarding the Maximum Residue Levels (MRLs) of the country(ies) of destination (i. The MRLs shall be identified by either demonstrating communication with clients confirming the intended market(s).6 Plant Protection Product Residue Analysis (N/A for Flowers and Ornamental Production) CB 7.P.6. 50672 Cologne.0-2. or by selecting the specific country(ies) (or group of countries) in which produce is intending to be traded. 55.org .

c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.A.globalgap.6.org . 55. English Version 337096573. Germany www.Nº Control Point CB 7.0-2.xlsx Page: 78 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. Edition V5. 50672 Cologne.P. modification where necessary of plant protection product application regime and/or use of produce residue testing results).2 Has action been taken to meet the MRLs of the Where the MRLs of the market in which the producer Major Must market in which the producer is intending to trade the is intending to trade the produce are stricter than produce? those of the country of production. the producer or the producer's customer shall demonstrate that during the production cycle these MRLs have been taken into account (i. Code Ref: IFA V5.0_July16-CL.e.

and .No or minimal use of PPPs. exceedances. etc. Code Ref: IFA V5.org .6. use of non-authorized PPPs. 50672 Cologne.globalgap. and . 55.0_July16-CL. Edition V5. Exceptions to these conditions could be those crops where there is no use of PPPs and the environment is very controlled. etc. and the type of analysis according to Annex CB 5 Maximum Residue Limit Exceedance Risk Assessment. Germany www. Risk assessments normally conclude that there is a need to undertake residue analysis and identify the number of analyses.) or the customer.). and .g.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 7. English Version 337096573.A.g.A track history of 4 or more years of analytical verification without detecting incidences (e.xlsx Page: 79 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG.No use of PPP close to harvesting (spraying to harvest interval is much bigger than the PPP pre-harvest interval). expert. A risk assessment that concludes that there is no need to undertake residue analysis shall have identified that there is: . Annex CB 5B Mandatory Minimum Criteria of a Residue Monitoring System (RMS) is obligatory.P. and for these reasons the industry does not normally undertake PPP residue analysis (mushrooms could be an example). CB inspector. when and where to take the samples. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.3 Has the producer completed a risk assessment covering all registered crops to determine if the products will be compliant with the MRLs in the country of destination? The risk assessment shall cover all registered crops and Major Must evaluate the PPP use and the potential risk of MRL exceedance.0-2.A risk assessment validated by an independent third party (e.

. accredited labs. registered product crops. Analysis results have to be traceable back to the specific producer and production site where the sample comes from. 50672 Cologne. shall be followed.5 to 7.xlsx Page: 80 of 231 Documented evidence exists demonstrating compliance with applicable sampling procedures.6.5 Correct sampling procedures are followed? Code Ref: IFA V5. Germany www. Yes No N/A 7. Major Must current documented evidence or records shall be available of plant protection product residue analysis results for the GLOBALG.globalgap.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level CB 7. or of participation in a plant protection product residue monitoring system that is traceable to the farm and compliant with the minimum requirements set in Annex CB 5.0_July16-CL.6. the criteria relating to sampling procedures.6.P. based on the results of the risk assessment? Based on the outcome of the risk assessment. See Annex CB.org . is there evidence that: CB 7. etc.P. English Version 337096573.A. Edition V5. When residue tests are required as a result of the risk assessment. Minor Must © GLOBALG.7 When the risk assessment determines that it is necessary to carry out residue analysis. 55. 4 Residue Analysis.A.6. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.4 Is there evidence of residue tests.0-2.

) to be taken where a plant protection product residue analysis indicates an MRL (either of the country of production or the countries in which the harvested product is intended to be traded.A.P. 50672 Cologne. if different) is exceeded. See Annex CB.xlsx Page: 81 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A There is a clear documented procedure of the Major Must remedial steps and actions (this shall include communication to customers. product tracking exercise. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. © GLOBALG.) that the laboratories equivalent standard? used for plant protection product residue analysis have been accredited. English Version 337096573. 55. CB 7.0_July16-CL. See Annex CB. etc. 4 Residue Analysis.org . 4 Residue Analysis.0-2.g. etc.6. Germany www.globalgap. This may be part of the recall/withdrawal procedure required by AF. the laboratories shall show evidence of participation in proficiency tests (e. 9.7 An action plan is in place in the event of an MRL is exceeded? Code Ref: IFA V5. Minor Must by a competent national authority to ISO 17025 or copies of accreditations. or are in the process of accreditation to the applicable scope by a competent national authority to ISO 17025 or an equivalent standard.1. Edition V5. In all cases.6 The laboratory used for residue testing is accredited There is clear documented evidence (on letterhead.6. FAPAS must be available).Nº Control Point CB 7.

This also applies to the filling/mixing area if this is different. English Version 337096573. Germany www.Nº Control Point CB 7.P.7. 55. No N/A. Major Must . Code Ref: IFA V5.Be kept secure under lock and key. .Comply with all the appropriate current national.1 No N/A.g. the new package shall contain all the information of the original label. and are equipped with utensils (e. 50672 Cologne.globalgap. water supply point. buckets. Edition V5. In the case of breakage only. they kept in their original package? regional and local legislation and regulations. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. Refer to CB.0_July16-CL. . etc.7 Plant Protection Product Storage Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A The plant protection product store must comply with basic rules to ensure safe storage and use.1 Are plant protection products stored in accordance The plant protection product storage facilities shall: with local regulations in a secure place with sufficient facilities for measuring and mixing them. CB 7.A. and they are kept clean for the safe and efficient handling of all plant protection products that can be applied. 7.).9.0-2.org .xlsx Page: 82 of 231 © GLOBALG.Have measuring equipment whose graduation for containers and calibration verification for scales been verified annually by the producer to assure accuracy of mixtures. and are .Contain the plant protection products in their original containers and packs. No N/A.

Minor Must Storage capacity shall be appropriate for the highest amount of PPPs that need to be stored during the PPP application season.2 Sound? The plant protection product storage facilities are built in a manner that is structurally sound and robust.6: Are plant protection products stored in a location that is: CB 7.2 to 7. No N/A. Edition V5.0_July16-CL.0-2. No N/A.A.5 Well lit? The plant protection product storage facilities have or Minor Must are located in areas with sufficient illumination by natural or artificial lighting to ensure that all product labels can be easily read while on the shelves. CB 7. 55. CB 7. No N/A.4 Well ventilated (in the case of walk-in storage)? The plant protection product storage facilities have Minor Must sufficient and constant ventilation of fresh air to avoid a build-up of harmful vapors.7.7. and the PPPs are stored in a way that is not dangerous for the workers and does not create a risk of cross-contamination between them or with other products.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A 7.org .7.7.3 Appropriate to the temperature conditions? The plant protection products are stored according to Minor Must label storage requirements.7. English Version 337096573. Code Ref: IFA V5. 50672 Cologne.P. CB 7.7.globalgap. Germany www. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.xlsx Page: 83 of 231 © GLOBALG. No N/A.

Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 7.7.xlsx Page: 84 of 231 Level Yes No N/A Minor Must The plant protection product storage facilities and all Minor Must designated fixed filling/mixing areas are equipped with a container of absorbent inert material such as sand.7. © GLOBALG.7 Is all plant protection product storage shelving made The plant protection product storage facilities are of non-absorbent material? equipped with shelving that is not absorbent in case of spillage (e. or covered with impermeable liner.8 Is the plant protection product storage facility able to The plant protection product storage facilities have Minor Must retain spillage? retaining tanks or products are bunded according to 110% of the volume of the largest container of stored liquid.0_July16-CL.g.org .0-2.).7. CB 7. seepage or contamination to the exterior of the facility. English Version 337096573. 55. Germany www.globalgap. No N/A. No N/A. Edition V5. metal.P. CB 7. sheeting. rigid plastic.A. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. CB 7. to ensure that there cannot be any leakage.7. 50672 Cologne. etc. etc.9 Are there facilities to deal with spillage? Code Ref: IFA V5. floor brush and dustpan and plastic bags that must be in a fixed location to be used exclusively in case of spillage of plant protection products. No N/A.6 Located away from other materials? The minimum requirement is to prevent cross Minor Must contamination between plant protection products and other surfaces or materials that may enter into contact with the edible part of the crop by the use of a physical barrier (wall.).

The stock update can be calculated by registration of supply (invoices or other records of incoming PPPs) and use (treatments/applications).0_July16-CL.0-2.) are clearly identified and stored separately in the plant protection product store. CB 7. Code Ref: IFA V5. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. 50672 Cologne.A.globalgap. No N/A. but there shall be regular checks of the actual content to avoid deviations with calculations.P. Minor Must CB 7. is allowed) shall and records of use available? be updated within a month after there is a movement of the stock (in and out). Minor Must CB 7.7.12 Are liquids not stored on shelves above powders? All the plant protection products that are liquid formulations are stored on shelving that is never above those products that are powder or granular formulations. English Version 337096573. Certification stored separately within the storage facility from plant protection products used for other purposes? Plant protection products used for purposes other than for registered and/or certified crops (i. bottles. e. No N/A.xlsx Page: 85 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. Germany www.7. use in garden etc.7.7.13 Is there an up-to-date plant protection product stock The stock inventory (type and amount of PPPs Minor Must inventory or calculation of stock with incoming PPPs stored–number of units.P.Nº Control Point CB 7.g.11 Are plant protection products approved for use on the crops registered for GLOBALG.A. 55.org . Edition V5.10 Are keys and access to the plant protection product The plant protection product storage facilities are Minor Must storage facility limited to workers with formal training kept locked and physical access is only granted in in the handling of plant protection products? the presence of persons who can demonstrate formal training in the safe handling and use of plant protection products.e.

7. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. English Version 337096573. No N/A.15 Are there facilities to deal with accidental operator contamination? All plant protection product/chemical storage facilities Minor Must and all filling/mixing areas present on the farm have eye washing amenities. 50672 Cologne.org . CB 7. Germany www.0-2.0_July16-CL.P.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 7. No N/A.xlsx Page: 86 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. and a first aid kit containing the relevant aid material (e. Edition V5. a pesticide first aid kit might need aid material for corrosive chemicals or alkaline liquid in case of swallowing.7.g.globalgap. CB 7.A.8 Plant Protection Product Handling (N/A if no Plant Protection Product Handling) Code Ref: IFA V5. a source of clean water at a distance no farther than 10 meters.3.1 and including emergency contact telephone numbers shall visually display the basic steps of primary accident care and be accessible by all persons within 10 meters of the plant protection product/chemical storage facilities and designated mixing areas. 55.14 Is the accident procedure visible and accessible within 10 meters of the plant protection product/chemical storage facilities? An accident procedure containing all information Minor Must detailed in AF 4. all of which are clearly and permanently marked via signage. and might not need bandages and splints).

and use of results shall respect the legality of disclosure of personal data. regional or local codes of practice. Where no re-entry information is available on the label. CB 7. 55. Code Ref: IFA V5.1). the producer shall in any case guarantee that the PPPs are transported in a way that does not pose a risk to the health of the worker(s) transporting them.P. Edition V5.org .e.8. English Version 337096573. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.1. pregnant/lactating workers. are they transported in a safe and secure manner? All transport of PPPs shall be in compliance with all Minor Must applicable legislation.xlsx Page: 87 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. 50672 Cologne. Special attention should be paid to workers at the greatest risk.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 7. CB 7.0-2.1 Does the producer offer all workers who have contact with plant protection products the possibility to be submitted to annual health checks or with a frequency according to a risk assessment that considers their exposure and toxicity of products used? The producers provides all workers who are in Minor Must contact with plant protection products the option of being voluntarily submitted to health checks annually or according to health and safety risk assessment (see AF 4. i.3 If concentrate plant protection products are transported on and between farms.8.A. there are no specific minimum intervals. Germany www.globalgap.2 Are there procedures dealing with re-entry times on the farm? There are clear documented procedures based on Major Must the label instructions that regulate all the re-entry intervals for plant protection products applied to the crops. When legislation does not exist.0_July16-CL. but the spray must have dried on the plants before workers re-enter the growing area.8. These health checks shall comply with national. and the elderly.

Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 7.8. shall be adequate for mixing plant protection products. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. so that the correct handling and filling procedures.4 When mixing plant protection products. No N/A. 55. Edition V5.xlsx Page: 88 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. are the correct handling and filling procedures followed as stated on the label? Facilities. Germany www. 50672 Cologne. English Version 337096573.0-2.A.P. as stated on the label.org .globalgap. Code Ref: IFA V5. can be followed.0_July16-CL. including appropriate measuring Minor Must equipment.

Germany www.9 Empty Plant Protection Product Containers CB 7. Code Ref: IFA V5.1 Are empty containers rinsed either via the use of an integrated pressure-rinsing device on the application equipment or at least three times with water before storage and disposal.xlsx Page: 89 of 231 © GLOBALG. the rinsate from the empty plant protection product containers shall always be put back into the application equipment tank when mixing.1? Compliance Criteria Level Pressure-rinsing equipment for plant protection product containers shall be installed on the plant protection product application machinery or there shall be clear written instructions to rinse each container at least 3 times prior to its disposal. or disposed of in a manner that does compromise neither food safety nor the environment. CB 7.0-2. No N/A.P. 55.9. and is the rinsate from empty containers returned to the application equipment tank or disposed of in accordance with CB 7.globalgap. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.Nº Control Point CB 7.org . 50672 Cologne. No N/A.2 Is re-use of empty plant protection product containers There is evidence that empty plant protection product Minor Must for purposes other than containing and transporting containers have not been or currently are not being the identical product being avoided? re-used for anything other than containing and transporting identical product as stated on the original label. English Version 337096573. Major Must Yes No N/A Either via the use of a container-handling device or according to a written procedure for the application equipment operators.5.A.0_July16-CL. Edition V5.9.

and disposed of according to the requirements of the official collection and disposal schemes. flora and fauna). permanently marked via signage and locked. shall be adequately stored. labeled. Germany www. CB 7. and in that case are the empty containers adequately stored. CB 7. Edition V5.9.0-2.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria CB 7.org .e. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. All the empty plant protection product containers. English Version 337096573. once emptied.4 Does disposal of empty plant protection product Producers shall dispose of empty plant protection containers occur in a manner that avoids exposure to product containers using a secure storage point.P.5 Are official collection and disposal systems used when available. labeled. a humans and contamination of the environment? safe handling system prior to the disposal. © GLOBALG.3 Are empty containers kept secure until disposal is possible? There is a designated secure store point for all empty Minor Must plant protection product containers prior to disposal that is isolated from the crop and packaging materials (i.9.0_July16-CL.9. 55. and a disposal method that complies with applicable legislation and avoids exposure to people and the contamination of the environment (watercourses.A. and handled according to the rules of a collection system? Code Ref: IFA V5.globalgap. No N/A. handled. 50672 Cologne. Minor Must there are records of participation by the producer. where applicable.xlsx Page: 90 of 231 Level Yes No N/A Minor Must Where official collection and disposal systems exist. with physically restricted access for persons and fauna).

Germany www.0-2. the field.11 Application of Substances other than Fertilizer and Plant Protection Products CB 7.10 Obsolete Plant Protection Products CB 7. English Version 337096573. if such exist.1 Are records available if substances are used on crops and/or soil that are not covered under the section Fertilizer and Plant Protection Products? Code Ref: IFA V5.0_July16-CL. and the amount. Edition V5. plant from which it derives). records shall be available.6 Are all local regulations regarding disposal or destruction of containers observed? All the relevant national. Where the substances do not require registration for use in the country of production. © GLOBALG.9.xlsx Page: 91 of 231 Yes No N/A If homemade preparations.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level CB 7. it has to be approved. the trade name (if purchased product).1 Are obsolete plant protection products securely maintained and identified and disposed of by authorized or approved channels? There are records that indicate that obsolete plant protection products have been disposed of via officially authorized channels. or any other such substances are used on certified crops. Minor Must CB 7. regional and local regulations and legislation.globalgap.10. the date. have been complied with regarding the disposal of empty plant protection product containers. plant strengtheners. 55. obsolete plant protection products are securely maintained and identifiable. When this is not possible. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. 50672 Cologne. If in the country of production a registration scheme for this substance(s) exists. Major Must CB 7.P.11.A. These records shall include the name of the substance (e. soil Minor Must conditioners. the producer shall make sure that the use does not compromise food safety.g.org .

Control Point

CB 8

EQUIPMENT

CB 8.1

Is equipment sensitive to food safety (e.g. plant
protection product sprayers, irrigation/fertigation
equipment, post-harvest product application
equipment) maintained in a good state of repair,
routinely verified and, where applicable, calibrated at
least annually, and are records of measures taken
within the previous 12 months available?

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Compliance Criteria

Level

Yes

No

N/A

The equipment is kept in a good state of repair with Minor Must
documented evidence of up-to-date maintenance
sheets for all repairs, oil changes, etc. undertaken.
E.g.:
Plant protection product sprayers: See Annex CB.6
for guidance on compliance with visual inspection
and functional tests of application equipment. The
calibration of the plant protection product application
machinery (automatic and non-automatic) has been
verified for correct operation within the last 12
months and this is certified or documented either by
participation in an official scheme (where it exists) or
by having been carried out by a person who can
demonstrate their competence.
If small handheld measures not individually
identifiable are used, then their average capacity has
been verified and documented, with all such items in
use having been compared to a standard measure at
least annually.
Irrigation/fertigation equipment: As a minimum,
annual maintenance records shall be kept for all
methods of irrigation/fertigation
machinery/techniques used.

© GLOBALG.A.P. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH
Spichernstr. 55, 50672 Cologne, Germany
www.globalgap.org

Control Point

Compliance Criteria

CB 8.2

Is equipment sensitive to the environment and other
equipment used on the farming activities (e.g.
fertilizer spreaders, equipment used for weighing and
temperature control) routinely verified and, where
applicable, calibrated at least annually?

The equipment used is kept in a good state of repair Minor Must
with documented evidence of up-to-date
maintenance sheets for all repairs, oil changes, etc.
undertaken.
E.g.: Fertilizer spreader: There shall exist, as a
minimum, records stating that the verification of
calibration has been carried out by a specialized
company, supplier of fertilization equipment or by the
technically responsible person of the farm within the
last 12 months.
If small handheld measures not individually
identifiable are used, then their average capacity has
been verified and documented, with all such items in
use having been compared to a standard measure at
least annually.

CB 8.3

Is the producer involved in an independent
calibration-certification scheme, where available?

The producer's involvement in a calibration scheme Recom.
is documented. In the case the producer uses an
official calibration system cycle longer than one year,
the producer still requires internal annual verification
of the calibration as per CB 8.1.

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Level

Yes

No

N/A

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Control Point

Compliance Criteria

Level

CB 8.4

Is the plant protection product equipment stored in
such a way as to prevent product contamination?

The equipment used in the application of plant
protection products (e.g. spray tanks, knapsacks) is
stored in a secure way that prevents product
contamination or other materials that may enter into
contact with the edible part of the harvested
products.

Minor Must

FV

FRUIT AND VEGETABLES

FV 1

SITE MANAGEMENT

FV 1.1

Risk Assessment

FV 1.1.1

Does the risk assessment for the farm site carried
out as identified in AF 1.2.1. make particular
reference to microbial contamination?

FV 1.1.2

Has a management plan that establishes and
A management plan addresses the risks identified in Major Must
implements strategies to minimize the risks identified FV 1.1.1 and describes the hazard control
in FV 1.1.1. been developed and implemented?
procedures that justify that the site in question is
suitable for production. This plan shall be appropriate
to the products being produced and there shall be
evidences of its implementation and effectiveness.

FV 2

SOIL MANAGEMENT (N/A if no soil fumigation is practiced)

FV 2.1

Soil Fumigation (N/A if no soil fumigation)

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Yes

No

N/A

As part of their risk assessment for the farm site (see Major Must
AF 1.2.1.), producers shall identify the locations of
nearby commercial animal operations, composting
and potential sources for ingress by domestic and
wild animals, and other contamination routes such as
floodwater intrusion and dust.

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Control Point

Compliance Criteria

FV 2.1.1

Is there a written justification for the use of soil
fumigants?

There is written evidence and justification for the use Minor Must
of soil fumigants including location, date, active
ingredient, doses, method of application and
operator. The use of Methyl Bromide as a soil
fumigant is not permitted.

FV 2.1.2

Is any pre-planting interval complied with prior to
planting?

Pre-planting interval shall be recorded.

FV 3

SUBSTRATES (N/A if substrates are not used)

FV 3.1

Does the producer participate in substrate recycling
programs for substrates where available?

The producer keeps records documenting quantities Recom.
recycled and dates. Invoices/loading dockets are
acceptable. If there is no participation in a recycling
program available, it should be justified.

FV 3.2

If chemicals are used to sterilize substrates for reuse,
have the location, the date of sterilization, type of
chemical, method of sterilization, name of the
operator and pre-planting interval been recorded?

When the substrates are sterilized on the farm, the Major Must
name or reference of the field, orchard or
greenhouse is recorded. If sterilized off farm, then the
name and location of the company that sterilizes the
substrate are recorded. The following are all correctly
recorded: the dates of sterilization (day/month/year),
the name and active ingredient, the machinery (e.g.
1000l-tank, etc.), the method (e.g. drenching,
fogging, etc.), the operator’s name (i.e. the person
who actually applied the chemicals and did the
sterilization), and the pre-planting interval.

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Level

Yes

No

N/A

Minor Must

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P.Nº Control Point FV 3. Germany www. can it be Records exist that attest the source of the substrate demonstrated that it does not come from designated of natural origin being used.3 If a substrate of natural origin is used.1 Is there evidence of a risk assessment covering the microbiological quality of the water used in all preharvest operations? Code Ref: IFA V5.A.1 Quality of Water Used on Pre-Harvest Activities (this applies to water used on all farm activities and on the product itself before it is harvested). 50672 Cologne. application method. ground between crops.A.org . proximity to potential sources of contamination. English Version 337096573.0-2. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. etc.xlsx Page: 96 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A Minor Must A written risk assessment of microbiological quality of Major Must the water is conducted. FV 4.0_July16-CL. It includes water source. These records conservation areas? demonstrate that the substrate does not come from designated conservation areas.Microbiological Hazards) FV 4. application timing (growth stage of the crop). and placement of application (harvestable part of the crop.1. Edition V5. other parts of the crop. Guideline . FV 4 PRE-HARVEST (Refer to Annex FV 1 GLOBALG.globalgap.). 55.P. © GLOBALG.

Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level FV 4. Where substantiallly different water sources are used. vegetable greens. 55. greens. usually as close to the point of application as possible.A.A. producers shall comply with the local applicable limits for microbiological contaminants in the water used on pre-harvest activities. for other crops is published. Edition V5. and in their absence use the WHO recommendations as a reference for the decision making process for preventive and/or corrective actions (see Annex FV1). 50672 Cologne.1.P. they shall be considered separately with regard to sampling. leafy greens.globalgap.P.1.org . English Version 337096573. Germany www.P. Water testing regime shall reflect the nature and extent of the water system as well as the type of product. Major Must for leafy greens (also called potherbs.) and no less than indicated in Annex FV1? GLOBALG. Samples from field level shall be taken from places that are more representative of the water source. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. Yes No N/A Minor Must will become a Major Must as soon as additional guidance by GLOBALG.2 Is water used on pre-harvest activities analyzed as part of the risk assessment and at a frequency in line with that risk assessment (FV 4.A. or salad greens).0_July16-CL. Compliance with the applicable thresholds shall be verified through water tests carried out in a frequency as indicated by the decision tree in Annex FV1 (risk assessment). Code Ref: IFA V5.0-2. Where one water source services multiple systems or farms it may be possible to treat this as the single origin for sampling purposes.1.xlsx Page: 97 of 231 © GLOBALG.

1.xlsx Page: 98 of 231 Analyses are carried out by an appropriate laboratory Minor Must accredited against ISO 17025 or equivalent standard and capable of performing microbiological analyses.1. or by laboratories approved for water testing by the local competent authorities.org . English Version 337096573.Allowing sufficient time between application and harvest to ensure an appropriate decline in pathogen populations.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level FV 4.4 According to the risk assessment. FV 4. . . FV 4.0_July16-CL.P.Preventing water coming into contact with the harvestable portion of the crop.0-2.A. does the laboratory analysis consider microbiological contamination. Edition V5. 50672 Cologne. . Germany www. action shall be required. but are not limited to: . has the producer implemented adequate actions to prevent product contamination? When the risk assessment based on the water Major Must testing indicates risks of product contamination.1. No N/A. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. 55. Possible strategies to reduce the risk of product contamination arising from water use include. Yes No N/A Producers implementing these strategies shall have an adequate and reliable validation process to demonstrate that product contamination is being avoided.globalgap. and is the laboratory accredited against ISO17025 or by competent national authorities for testing water? Code Ref: IFA V5.3 In the case the risk assessment or the water tests require it. © GLOBALG. and current sector specific standards.1.Treating water before use.Reducing the vulnerability of the water supply.

c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. Code Ref: IFA V5.2) but never shorter than 60 days prior to harvest. 55.2.1 Does the interval between the application of organic fertilizer and the product harvest not compromise food safety? Compliance Criteria Level Records show that the interval between use of composted organic fertilizers and harvest does not compromise food safety (see also CB 4. English Version 337096573.4.xlsx Page: 99 of 231 © GLOBALG.org . Refer to FV Annex 1. prior to bud burst.A.2 Application of Organic Fertilizer of Animal Origin FV 4.. vegetable greens. In the case of leafy greens (also called potherbs. . Major Must Yes No N/A When raw animal manure is used. leafy greens.Nº Control Point FV 4. Germany www.for all other crops: at least 60 days prior to harvest for all other crops.4. or salad greens) it cannot be applied after planting even if the growing cycle is longer than 60 days.0_July16-CL.0-2.2).for tree crops.globalgap. greens. it shall be incorporated into the soil: . 50672 Cologne. (for tree crops). or exceptionally it may be incorporated in a shorter interval based on a risk assessment (CB 4. Edition V5.P.

). equipment and facilities are common and equally important for all these activities with regard to food safety.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level FV 4. handling at the point of harvest (on field). Where appropriate buffer areas.10 may be applicable during harvest and/or handling at the point of harvest (on field) and/or handling in packinghouse (facility) and/or during storage/cooling.3 Pre-Harvest Check FV 4.globalgap. safety risk? Example subjects to be considered include: livestock near the field. and domestic animals (own animals. high concentrations of wildlife in the field. and storage/cooling.1 Is there lack of evidence of excessive animal activity Appropriate measures shall be taken to reduce Minor Must in the crop production area that is a potential food possible contamination within the growing area.0-2. Producers shall evaluate the requirements aggregated in this section considering all the applicable activities on the farm. English Version 337096573. Four main activities may take place after the growing season: harvest. FV 5. Edition V5. etc.3. 50672 Cologne.P.xlsx Page: 100 of 231 © GLOBALG.0_July16-CL. Although not all of these activities are carried out on every farm. the need to follow the appropriate hygiene principles and to maintain the tools. fences should be used.P.A.org .A. rodents.1 Principles of Hygiene (Refer to Annex FV 1 GLOBALG.1. 55. to FV 5.Microbiological Hazards) Code Ref: IFA V5.1. handling in a packinghouse (in facility). physical barriers. Guideline . c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. FV 5 HARVEST AND POST-HARVEST (PRODUCT HANDLING) ACTIVITIES Yes No N/A Control points covered in FV 5. Germany www.8. dog walkers. All these points shall be evaluated in all cases when and where applicable.

It shall cover all harvest and product handling activities carried out by the producer. chemical and microbiological contaminants. No N/A. the crops. spillage of bodily fluids (e. Edition V5. bleeding). 55. orchard or include evaluating whether workers are fit to return to greenhouse) designed to prevent contamination of work after illness. Procedures shall take place directly on the field.xlsx Page: 101 of 231 © GLOBALG. English Version 337096573.1 Has a hygiene risk assessment been performed for the harvest. there are Major Must instructions for the harvest and post-harvest documented hygiene procedures for the harvesting processes including product handling (also when they and post-harvesting processes. vomiting.1. Yes No N/A The hygiene risk assessment shall be tailored to the activities of the farm.globalgap. and human transmissible diseases. equipment. and post-harvest activities including product handling? There is a documented hygiene risk assessment Major Must covering physical. clothing. FV 5. as well as personnel. 50672 Cologne. packaging material and product storage (also short-term storage at farm). c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. food contact surfaces and harvested product? Code Ref: IFA V5. customized to the products and processes.0_July16-CL.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level FV 5. and the technical level of the business and be reviewed every time risks change and at least annually.1.A.org .g. Germany www. crop. crop production areas.P.2 Are there documented hygiene procedures and Based on the risk assessment. personal effects.0-2. pre-farm gate transport process.

No N/A.1.0-2.xlsx Page: 102 of 231 © GLOBALG. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.org . footwear–see Annex FV 1. gloves.3 Are the hygiene procedures and instructions for the The operation shall nominate the farm manager or harvest and post-harvest activities. Germany www. including product other competent person as responsible for the handling. smocks. and shall be effectively maintained and stored. 5.4. implemented? implementation of the hygiene procedures by all workers and visitors. 50672 Cologne.0_July16-CL.g. it shall be cleaned when it becomes soiled to the point of becoming a risk of contamination.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria FV 5.globalgap. Visual evidence shows that no violations of the hygiene instructions and procedures occur. Edition V5. sleeves.P.2) shall be used. English Version 337096573. 55. aprons.A. Level Yes No N/A Major Must When the risk assessment determines that specific clothing (e. Code Ref: IFA V5.

Workers shall be trained using written (in appropriate languages) and/or pictorial instructions to prevent physical (e. after each visit to a toilet. etc. after breaks. fruit residues.org .0-2. to wash their hands before returning to work clearly displayed? Signs with the main hygiene instructions shall be Major Must visibly displayed in the relevant locations and include clear instructions that hands shall be washed before handling produce. Code Ref: IFA V5. knives.globalgap. mobile phones.g. snails. English Version 337096573. Training records and evidence of attendance shall be available.5 Are signs that communicate the primary hygiene instructions to workers and visitors.xlsx Page: 103 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. after smoking or eating. Edition V5. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. after handling contaminated material.0_July16-CL.A.1. insects. microbiological and chemical contamination of the product during harvesting. FV 5. Workers handling ready to eat products shall wash their hands prior to start of work.).4 Have workers received specific training in hygiene before harvesting and handling produce? There shall be evidence that the workers received Major Must specific induction and annual training regarding the hygiene procedures for the harvesting and product handling activities. prior to returning to work. including at least instructions to workers.1. Germany www. 50672 Cologne. and at any other time when their hands may have become a source of contamination. 55. watches.P.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria FV 5. stones.

Code Ref: IFA V5.P. 50672 Cologne.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria FV 5. eating. 55. Edition V5. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. eating.xlsx Page: 104 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. (Drinking water is the exception).A. Germany www. chewing and drinking are confined Major Must to designated areas away from crops awaiting harvest and are never permitted in the produce handling or storage areas.6 Are smoking.globalgap.0_July16-CL.0-2. chewing and drinking confined to designated areas segregated from growing areas and products? Smoking. English Version 337096573. unless indicated otherwise by the hygiene risk assessment.org .1.

after breaks.2 Sanitary Facilities FV 5. Germany www. or eating.org . sanitizer (e.xlsx Page: 105 of 231 © GLOBALG. Yes No N/A Water used for hand washing shall at all times meet the microbial standard for drinking water.g.2. 50672 Cologne. alcohol based gel) shall be used after washing hands with soap and water with irrigation water quality. 55. If this is not possible.globalgap. No N/A. Hand-washing stations shall be provided inside or close to toilet facilities. after each visit to a toilet.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level FV 5. and at any other time when their hands may have become a source of contamination. after handling contaminated material. after smoking.0_July16-CL.0-2. prior to returning to work. English Version 337096573. towels) in a clean and sanitary condition equipment and make use of it? to allow workers to clean their hands. Code Ref: IFA V5.1 Do harvest workers who come into direct contact with Wash stations shall be available and maintained Major Must the crops have access to appropriate hand-washing (hand soap. Edition V5. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.P.A. Personnel shall wash their hands prior to start of work.

500m or 7 minutes) to place of work. see Annex FV 1.org . 5.1) Code Ref: IFA V5. Not applicable is only possible when harvest workers don’t come in contact with marketable produce during harvesting (e.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria FV 5.g. 50672 Cologne. Edition V5. mechanical harvesting). Fixed or mobile toilets (including pit latrines) are constructed of materials that are easy to clean and they are in a good state of hygiene.2. Toilets are expected to be in a reasonable proximity (e. (For guidance.P. Failure point = no or insufficient toilets in reasonable proximity to place of work.xlsx Page: 106 of 231 Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG.0-2.globalgap. Germany www.4. constructed. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. English Version 337096573. Minor Must and located in a manner that minimizes the potential risk for product contamination and allows direct accessibility for servicing. Toilets shall be appropriately maintained and stocked.0_July16-CL. 55.A.2 Do harvest workers have access to clean toilets in the vicinity of their work? Field sanitation units shall be designed.g.

toilets shall be maintained in a good state of hygiene. 50672 Cologne.globalgap. after breaks. after using a handkerchief/tissue.0_July16-CL. Code Ref: IFA V5. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. and handfacilities in the vicinity of their work? drying facilities shall be accessible and near to the toilets (as near as possible without the potential for cross-contamination). When handling takes place in a facility.xlsx Page: 107 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG.A. and shall not open directly onto the produce handling area.P. English Version 337096573.0-2. Edition V5.Nº Control Point FV 5. and at any other time when their hands may have become a source of contamination. containing non-perfumed Major Must facility have access to clean toilets and hand-washing soap. water to clean and disinfect hands. Workers shall wash their hands prior to start of work. Germany www.3 Do workers handling the product on the field or in a Hand washing facilities. unless the door is self-closing.2. after smoking. prior to returning to work. after each visit to a toilet. after handling contaminated material. 55.org . eating or drinking.

Recom. the tools used for harvesting and the harvest equipment appropriate for their intended use and cleaned.5 Are there suitable changing facilities for the workers? The changing facilities should be used to change clothing and protective outer garments as required.g.P.xlsx Page: 108 of 231 Farm vehicles used for loading and pre-farm gate transport of harvested produce are cleaned and maintained so as to prevent produce contamination (e. Germany www. maintained and able to protect the product from contamination? Reusable harvesting containers. harvesting tools Major Must (e. cleaning chemicals.2. A documented cleaning (and. lunch bags. knives. scissors.).Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level FV 5. Yes No N/A Produce containers are only used to contain harvested product (i. etc. etc. animal manure. tools. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. machinery) are cleaned and maintained.org .2. disinfection) schedule is in place to prevent produce contamination.2. soil. plant or other debris. etc.A. pruning shears.e. English Version 337096573.4 Are the harvest containers used exclusively for produce and are these containers.g. no agricultural chemicals. 55. spills.6 Are vehicles used for pre-farm gate transport of harvested produce and any equipment used for loading cleaned and maintained where necessary according to risk? Major Must Code Ref: IFA V5. FV 5.globalgap. Edition V5. oil.0-2.) and harvesting equipment (e. lubricants. 50672 Cologne.0_July16-CL.). when indicated by the risk assessment.g. FV 5. © GLOBALG. dirt.

Code Ref: IFA V5. in accordance with the harvest hygiene risk assessment results. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. © GLOBALG. does it meet the microbial standards for drinking water.1 Is harvested produce protected from contamination? All harvested produce (regardless stored bulk or Major Must packed) shall be protected from contamination.P. it shall all be removed from the field during the day (not stored on the field overnight in open-air conditions). where producers shall at a minimum guarantee that the water is not a source of microbiological contamination. 55. and is it handled under sanitary conditions to prevent produce contamination? FV 5. Food safety requirements shall be complied with if produce is stored on a short time basis at the farm. In the case of produce packed and handled directly in the field. Germany www.A.3 Water Quality FV 5.org .xlsx Page: 109 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A Any ice or water used in relation to harvest or cooling Major Must shall meet microbial standards for drinking water and shall be handled under sanitary conditions to prevent produce contamination.0-2.1 If ice (or water) is used during any operations relating to harvest or cooling.0_July16-CL.4 Packing and Storage Areas (N/A when there is no product packing and/or storing) FV 5.globalgap. English Version 337096573.4. 50672 Cologne. Edition V5.Nº Control Point FV 5.3. The only exception is in the case of cranberry fields that are harvested by flooding.

FV 5.6 Are cleaning agents. maintained in clean storage and produce handling facilities and and hygienic conditions? equipment (i.xlsx Page: 110 of 231 Compliance Criteria Documented evidence exists (i. away from produce. etc. specific label mention or technical data sheet) authorizing use for the food industry of cleaning agents.and off-farm Major Must produce. Minor Must FV 5.Nº Control Point FV 5. walls. etc. lubricants. 50672 Cologne.4. lubricants etc. chemical contamination of produce? cleaning agents. packing materials (including contamination? re-useable crates) shall be stored in a clean and hygienic area. To prevent so as to prevent them from becoming a source of product contamination.P. floors.globalgap.e. Minor Must FV 5.A.0-2.4 Are bits of packaging material and other non-produce Bits of packaging material and non-produce waste waste removed from the field? shall be removed from the field. shall be kept in a designated secure area. Records of cleaning and maintenance shall be kept. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. storage areas.4. and are Packaging material used shall be appropriate for the Major Must they used and stored in clean and hygienic conditions food safety of the products packed. that may come into contact with produce.e. lubricants etc. stored to prevent To avoid chemical contamination of produce.5 Are cleaning agents. Germany www.4.4. Level Yes No N/A © GLOBALG.) shall be cleaned and/or maintained according to a documented cleaning and maintenance schedule that includes defined minimum frequency. that may come into contact with produce approved for application in the food industry? Are label instructions followed correctly? Minor Must Code Ref: IFA V5. Edition V5.2 Are all collection/storage/distribution points of packed To prevent contamination.4. process lines and machinery. also those in the field.0_July16-CL. FV 5. lubricants etc.3 Are packing materials appropriate for use. English Version 337096573.org . 55. all on.

4. preparation and storage areas).0-2.0_July16-CL.g.10 Are there written procedures for handling glass and clear hard plastic in place? Minor Must Code Ref: IFA V5. with special attention to fume emissions. produce handling.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria Level FV 5. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. Edition V5.A. Only daily accumulations of rejected produce and waste materials are acceptable. FV 5. Yes No N/A © GLOBALG. Forklifts and other driven transport trolleys should be electric or gasdriven. 55. which could be a source of physical contamination and/or damage the product (e. These areas are routinely cleaned and/or disinfected according to the cleaning schedule. in greenhouses.4.4. light bulbs and fixtures protective cap used above the sorting. English Version 337096573. weighing and suspended above produce or material used for storage area? produce handling are of a safety type or are protected/shielded so as to prevent food contamination.xlsx Page: 111 of 231 Written procedures exist for handling glass and/or clear hard plastic breakages.4. FV 5. controlled in a way that it does not pose a risk of contamination? Culled produce and waste materials are stored in clearly designated and segregated areas designed to avoid contamination of products.9 Are breakage safe lamps and/or lamps with a In case of breakage. Recom. Major Must FV 5. 50672 Cologne.globalgap.org . Germany www.8 Is rejected and contaminated produce not introduced Produce that poses a microbial food safety hazard is Major Must in the supply chain and is waste material effectively not harvested or is culled.P.7 Are all forklifts and other driven transport trolleys clean and well maintained and of a suitable type to avoid contamination through emissions? Internal transport should be maintained in a manner to avoid produce contamination.

The levels of the parameters analyzed are within accepted WHO thresholds or are accepted as safe for the food industry by the competent authorities.0-2.6 Pest Control FV 5.0_July16-CL.1 Is there a system for monitoring and correcting pest populations in the packing and storing areas? FV 5.P. 55. FV 5. Major Must © GLOBALG.5.6.2 Is there visual evidence that the pest monitoring and A visual assessment shows that the pest monitoring correcting process are effective? and correcting process are effective. Germany www. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr. 50672 Cologne.Nº Control Point FV 5.1 Are temperature and humidity controls (where applicable) maintained and documented? FV 5. No N/A.6. Code Ref: IFA V5. FV 5.xlsx Page: 112 of 231 Compliance Criteria Level Yes No N/A If produce is stored either on-farm or in a Minor Must packinghouse.6.7. No N/A.7 Post-Harvest Washing (N/A when no post-harvest washing) FV 5. English Version 337096573.1 Is the source of water used for final product washing The water has been declared suitable by the Major Must potable or declared suitable by the competent competent authorities and/or a water analysis has authorities? been carried out at the point of entry into the washing machinery within the last 12 months.org .5 Temperature and Humidity Control FV 5. temperature and humidity controls (where necessary to comply with quality requirements and also for controlled atmosphere storage) shall be maintained and documented.globalgap. Producers shall implement measures to control pest Major Must populations in the packing and storing areas appropriate to the farm condition. Edition V5.A.3 Are detailed records kept of pest control inspections Monitoring is scheduled and there are records of pest Minor Must and necessary actions taken? control inspections and follow-up action plan(s).

Where recording of automatic filter backwash events and changes in dosage rates by automated sanitizer injectors may be impossible.7. and pH.7. (e. waxes and plant protection products) that demonstrate compliance with the label instructions for chemicals applied. English Version 337096573.P. concentration and exposure levels to disinfectant routinely monitored? Where water is re-circulated for final produce Major Must washing.2 If water is re-circulated for final product washing.Nº Control Point Compliance Criteria FV 5.3 Is the laboratory carrying out the water analysis a suitable one? The water analysis for the product washing is undertaken by a laboratory currently accredited to ISO 17025 or its national equivalent or one that can demonstrate via documentation that it is in the process of gaining accreditation.0_July16-CL. Level Yes No N/A Recom. FV 5. 55.8. FV 5. Edition V5.1 Are all label instructions observed? Code Ref: IFA V5. application records for post-harvest biocides. Germany www. c/o FoodPLUS GmbH Spichernstr.xlsx Page: 113 of 231 There are clear procedures and documentation available. Records are maintained. 50672 Cologne. it is filtered and disinfected. Filtering shall be done using an effective system for solids and suspensions that have a documented routine cleaning schedule according to usage rates and water volume.8 Post-Harvest Treatments (N/A when no post-harvest treatments) FV 5. Major Must © GLOBALG.g. a written procedure/policy shall explain the process. concentration and exposure levels to disinfectant are routinely monitored.0-2. has this water been filtered and are pH.A.org .globalgap.

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