We go above and beyond
Future Transfer is highly committed to safety and sustainability. We ensure product segregation because we know cross-contamination of pesticides is not an option. We understand that vapors in the air alone can cause contamination issues with herbicides and fungicides. Training and compliance with industry standards is the tip of the iceberg at Future Transfer.
The CropLife Canada Manufacturing Code of Practice was developed in 1986 and became mandatory for all member company facilities in 1996. These facilities must undergo annual third-party audits to ensure they meet or exceed protocols in four key areas: occupational health, facility safety, environmental standards, and performance benchmarking. Each year facilities must achieve a 70 percent score in each competency area to receive a certificate of compliance from CropLife Canada.
The Agrichemical Warehousing Standards Association (AWSA) standards represent more than a decade of effort from members of the Crop Protection Institute, provincial governments, and industry stakeholders at all levels of distribution. Both compliance and certification are based on an inspection conducted by an independent auditor.
Cleanfarms is a not-for-profit industry stewardship organization helping farmers and the industry safely manage crop protection products. It operates a number of world-class programs to sustainably manage waste generated from the use of crop protection products and packaging on farms across Canada.
ISO 9000 is based on a number of quality management principles including strong customer focus, motivation and implication of top management, process approach, and continual improvement. ISO 9000 certification helps ensure customers get consistent, good-quality products and services.