July 31, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) in order to ensure that exports of fish cargo, requiring exporters must meet the following requirements.
- federally registered fish processing plant
December 1, 2014, Federal Register of the fish processing plant export certification must complete control program (ECCP), the form will be sent to registered institutions to prove their local association office.
The form should include proof has been updated, including quality control measures and procedures Management Plan (QMP), the next time the government will conduct a detailed review of compliance verification audits.
December 1 unfinished business, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency will implement 100% inspection of their products, and remove it from the list of foreign countries in exports pass.
- on-site production of non-registered organizations and / or fresh fish
As of November 2013, any live or fresh fish prior to export, should have the export license application and export certification control procedures. A copy of the export license application form and control procedures fish export certification must be submitted to the local Canadian Food Inspection Agency office.
- agents or brokers
December 1, 2014, an agent or broker if you wish to continue to receive export certificates or qualifications are required to obtain a list of export fish export license.
After December 1, agents or brokers will be able to obtain the registration of biological products export certificate from the Federal Register agencies to reduce product inspection.
However, they will not be able to receive part of a complete certificate. In other words, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency will issue export certificates based agents or middlemen export certification control.