Allergy training across Canada — reduce risk & attract a booming market

Food allergy and environmental allergy training (risk-reduction training) for food service / restaurants, schools, universities, colleges, child care settings, salons, and spas across Canada. Training conducted by a TrainCan® trainer with ADVANCED.fst certification. Both live/on-site and live webinar options available. No prerecorded content. Reduce the chance of an allergic emergency and attract a growing allergy…

Food allergy training in Canada

Food allergy risk-reduction training. Not a luxury, but a necessity. If you run a restaurant, daycare, school, salon, or spa in Canada, check out this handy infographic to learn more. February training spots available on-site in Ottawa, Gatineau, Montreal, and in live webinar formats across Canada.

Food allergy training in Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto

Are you concerned about the risk of food allergy reactions in your restaurant, or child care facility? Looking for peace of mind? Allercom Allergy Consulting, Inc. was the first, and is still the only, live, on-site private allergy risk-reduction training company in Ottawa, Montreal  and Toronto. Allercom provides food and environmental allergy risk-reduction training to foodservice/restaurants, schools, daycares, camps,…

Allergy risk-reduction for Canadian camps — for peace of mind

The 2017 summer camping season is almost upon us. I’ve written this article, “Five Things Camps Need to Know About Life-threatening Allergies”, to offer a series of key allergy risk-reduction tips for camp directors and their staff. I hope that many of you find it useful. Bookings now being accepted for the 2017 camp season.…

Article in Allergic Living: Surveys Show Low Level of Allergy Awareness

In this recent article in Allergic Living Magazine, we read about two surveys that reveal just how unprepared members of the general public are to respond to allergic reactions. Given the increasing prevalence of allergies in the population, with up to 15 million Americans and between 2 and 3 million Canadians suffering from food allergies…