The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is the Participating Government Agency responsible for national public health.
The role of the Agency is to:
- Promote health
- Prevent and control chronic diseases and injuries
- Prevent and control infectious diseases
- Prepare for and respond to public health emergencies
- Serve as a central point for sharing Canada’s expertise with the rest of the world
- Apply international research and development to Canada’s public health programs
- Strengthen intergovernmental collaboration on public health and facilitate national approaches to public health policy and planning
There is one Program that falls under Public Health Agency of Canada jurisdiction:
- Pathogens and Biological Toxins
For information about the data element rationales for the above Program, visit:
Intended use and Program conditions
Conditions may apply to determine if data needs to be submitted to the Public Health Agency of Canada for each of the above programs. For details about these program conditions, please refer to the info sheet below.
For more information about the Program overseen by the Public Health Agency of Canada, and data requirements under Single Window, refer to the ECCRD Addendum.
ECCRD Client Requirements Document
ECCRD Addendum 1.1 Oct 2019
ECCRD Addendum 2.2 Mar 2022
Regulated Commodities Criteria Tables
Import Declaration Form – Off-road CI/Large SI Engine
Import Declaration Form – Off-road CI/Large SI Replacement Engine
Trust Livingston with your Public Health Agency imports
The customs and trade experts at Livingston are here to help. With a full staff of Canadian regulatory affairs experts, we know the PHAC requirements in detail, and are ready to help ensure your compliance is maintained.
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We endeavor to keep the information on this page up to date and correct, however some details may have changed since our last update. Content on this page was last updated on November 12, 2018.