Regulatory Affairs

The Dell Tech Regulatory Affairs Group provides professional and efficient registrations for hundreds of International companies.

Do you sell chemical or natural products in the Canadian marketplace? Dell Tech can assist you with the complex regulatory process, avoiding wasted time and frustration. Our confidential preliminary assessment will provide an estimate of time and costs; but more importantly, our technical experts can often advise on the probability of successfully registering your product in Canada.

Dell Tech regulatory and scientific specialists assist in the professional and efficient registrations for hundreds of International companies. We track the progress of your submission to registration and notify you as soon as your product is registered.

Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA)

Canadian pesticide registration is a complex process that uses product formulations and extensive test support data to determine the potential risks posed to human health and the environment.

Dell Tech regulatory specialists are well versed in the PMRA electronic indexing program and secure web portal to submit your application quickly and efficiently.

Cosmetic Product Safety

Cosmetics: Dell Tech regulatory consultants assist companies with cosmetic notification form (CNF) completion and submissions necessary for all cosmetics sold in Canada. All ingredients are checked against the Cosmetic Hotlist and Canadian Domestic Substance List.

Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) & Bureau of Chemical Safety (BCS)

CFIA is responsible for fertilizers, supplements, seeds and feed.

BCS voluntarily issues Letters of No Objection for various incidental additive products for use in Food Processing establishments.

New Substances Notification (NSNR) and Existing Substances (CMP)

The Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) includes the Chemical Management Plan (CMP) and New Substances Notification (NSN) regulations which ensures all chemical and biological substances existing or proposed for use in Canada have been assessed and found acceptable for their continued import or manufacture.

Natural and Non Prescription Health Products (NNHPD)

Drug Identification Number (DIN): A Drug Identification Number is required for products making therapeutic claims including the anti-microbial “kill” claims of hard surface disinfectants and hand sanitizers.

Natural Health Products (NHP): A Natural Health Product Number (NPN) is required for self-care and self-selection products – defined as vitamins and minerals, herbal remedies, homeopathic medicines, traditional medicines such as Traditional Chinese Medicines, probiotics and other “natural remedy” products.

Teri Dickinson
Manager, Regulatory Affairs Group

Teri joined Dell Tech in 2005 with an Honours B.Sc. from Laurentian University and is the primary contact for Regulatory Affairs. Her expertise lies in product registration with the various Canadian regulatory agencies. Teri assists clients in the preparation of Canadian registration applications and works closely with each government agency to prepare complete registration packages and provide effective follow-up to ensure continued registration and product compliance.