Health Canada: Keeping Canadians Safe Through Product Recalls

 In news, Product Safety

By: Kirsten Alcock, Manager of Product Safety, email

Health Canada’s mandate is to keep Canadians safe. One way they do this is by monitoring consumer products when imported and on the store shelves. If Health Canada finds a problem with a consumer product, they may issue a product recall. Consumer products can be recalled for various reasons including issues with product classifications, labeling, or packaging. All products sold to consumers in Canada must abide by the regulations whether they are Cosmetics, Natural Health Products, Cleaner products, Adhesives, Air Cleaners, Fragrances, Paints, Registered Disinfectants/Pesticide products, etc. If Health Canada finds a product has not met one of the required regulations, it will be recalled and a public notice will be published.

If you sell chemical products, Dell Tech can help keep your name off these daily recall lists. We can save you time and money when the CCCR Review or DIN/PCP/NHP Registration is done right the first time. Our regulatory experts can help you properly classify and label your chemical products to meet all the requirements.

If you are interested in seeing these recalls, you can find the listing of advisories and warnings here.

These recalls can vary from improper labeling of a chemical product used to clean your kitchen to improper packaging for the grooming products used in your daily life. Health Canada monitors every product that impact our lives.

The last thing you want is bad publicity by having a product recalled.  Contact Dell Tech to find out how we can help.

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Kirsten Alcock, B.Sc. (Hons) 
Manager, Product Safety Group

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