News and Events


Course Title:
Developing Your FeedAssure® HACCP Plan


Course Format:
4 days - 4 hours/day


September 12, 2017 to October 03, 2017

Webinar, , (Google Maps)

ANAC will be offering this popular course, delivered by SGS, October 17 & 18, 2017 in Calgary, AB.

October 17, 2017 to October 18, 2017

TBD, Calgary, AB (Google Maps)

May 02, 2018 to May 03, 2018

10111 Bellamy Hill Rd NW, Edmonton, AB (Google Maps)


June 23, 2017

ANAC has partnered with NSF International (formerly the Guelph Food Technology Centre) to create a new web-based feed safety course. The course, tailored to address feed industry hazards, is designed for those new to HACCP looking to gain a better understanding of the fundamentals required to implement HACCP and preventive controls in their facilities. This interactive course will be offered as a webinar series over four half days in September and October and will allow participants to practice new concepts between sessions. Active participation for all four sessions is mandatory to receive the final certificate. The course will be limited to the first 25 registrants. Additional course offerings and an offering in French may be offered in Spring 2018 based on interest.

June 23, 2017

During the 2017 ANAC AGM and Convention in Saskatoon, Dr. Michelle Illing (Director of the Animal Feed Division, CFIA) and Craig Price (Area Chief Inspector, CFIA) presented an update on the CFIA’s regulatory modernization efforts as well as other CFIA initiatives including the Integrated Agency Inspection Model (iAIM), the new electronic service portal (MyCFIA) and the classification of veterinary drugs and livestock feeds. The full presentation is available on ANAC’s website.

April 28, 2017

As reported in the January/February newsletter, ANAC has been working on an industry-specific guide to facilitate feed stakeholders’ compliance with the updated Hazardous Products Regulations (aka WHMIS 2015) which will be coming into effect on June 1, 2017. The intent of the new regulation is to align the classification and labelling of Hazardous Products with the US OSHA Hazard Communication System (HCS 2012) and the Globally Harmonized System for the Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS).