Welcome to Allercom Allergy Consulting — the first private allergy risk-reduction training company in Canada!
Offering food allergy and celiac (gluten-free) training for restaurants and other foodservice establishments, and both food and environmental allergy training for schools, daycares, camps, salons, and spas across Canada.
100% live training with a TrainCan trainer who holds the ADVANCED.fst management-level food safety certification.
Available throughout Ontario and Quebec, with same-week availability in Ottawa, Montreal, and Toronto. Also available in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island.
Exclusive providers of The AllergyAudit™ System to help reduce the risk
The AllergyAudit™ System is a simple, easy to remember four-section training program based on the development of allergy policies, staff training, role playing, and communication.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 613-899-1862 for a complimentary intake session, or to book your allergy training today!
Who owns and runs the company?
Allercom Allergy Consulting, Inc., is owned by A.D. Lobel, Ph.D. Lobel holds the Advanced.FST certification from TrainCan, Canada’s foremost provider of food safety training, and is a TrainCan and SafeCheck trainer. She is also ServSafe trained in Allergens Training and Assessment by the National Restaurant Association.
Lobel has suffered from multiple life-threatening food allergies, as well as environmental allergies, since the age of two. She prides herself on not only surviving, but thriving despite these allergies for decades, including the years during which epinephrine autoinjectors weren’t yet available.
Lobel founded and ran the Montreal Anaphylaxis Support Group for ten years, from 2003-2013. She then founded Allergy Coaching International in 2009, later incorporated as Allercom Allergy Consulting, Inc. in 2011.
Dr. Lobel has been interviewed for her allergy advocacy work in print, on radio, as well as on television. She was actively involved as part of a group advocacy initiative to attempt to negotiate with the Quebec government to introduce a province-wide law to protect allergic elementary and high school students. (More information on this initiative here.)