If you mean for an International Trade Certificate--no I could not find a list of acceptable companies
How Does a Third-Party Become an Issuer of ITCs?
Criteria for Self-Attestation
Disclaimer: Health Canada will not be responsible for complaints resolution
- Policies, procedures and standards: The 3rd party should possess and make publicly available in both official languages, the policies, procedures and standards it uses to ensure that the ITCs are readily available to industry.
- Expertise: The 3rd party should possess the knowledge, skills and competencies required to successfully:
- issue the certificates - this includes:
- the review of product and site licensing status of NHPs available on Health Canada's website;
- monitoring of changes in the licensing status of products and sites; and
- determining an acceptable period of validity of the ITC for foreign regulatory bodies.
- have the capacity to issue ITCs in both English and French;
- have performance evaluation measures to ensure timely issuance of the ITCs;
- review, evaluate and adjudicate complaints regarding the ITCs; and
- have ITCs notarized by a Notary Public or a Commissioner of Oaths.
- Corporate Relations: The 3rd party should possess mechanisms to ensure timely communication with applicants when required.
- Conflict of Interest: The 3rd party should not have any conflict of interest. The 3rd party should not be a party regulated by Health Canada under the Natural Health Products Regulations (e.g., a manufacturer). Industry associations, composed of regulated parties, who act as 3rd party issuers should ensure no one member has issuing authority.