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Share your thoughts: Canada's proposed national standards and framework for African swine fever compartments

Current status: Open

Opened on March 18, 2022 and will close on June 16, 2022.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is seeking feedback on the proposed national standards and framework developed for African swine fever (ASF) compartments. These standards detail the requirements that the operator-level compartment program must meet should the decision be made to voluntarily implement the program.

The CFIA will assess all submitted operator-level / establishment ASF compartment programs against these requirements.

Join in: how to participate

  1. Watch the compartmentalization webinar by the Canadian Pork Council (CPC)'s Dr. Egan Brockhoff and CFIA's Dr. Penny Greenwood on the CPC website
  2. Review the supporting documents on the CPC website
  3. Read the proposed standards: Canada's National Standards for African Swine Fever Compartments
  4. Review the proposed framework for the responsibilities of all the various players in an ASF compartment program: Canada's National Framework for African Swine Fever Compartments
  5. Share your feedback online

Who is the focus of this consultation

The CFIA is seeking comments from:

Key themes for discussion

You are invited to share your feedback on Canada's proposed national standards and framework for ASF compartments, focusing on the following key themes:

Related information

Contact us

Animal Health Directorate
Animal Health Programs Division
59 Camelot Drive
Ottawa ON K1A 0Y9

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