Harmonized Site Licence and FSRN Application form

The web-based harmonized site licence and foreign site reference number (FSRN) application form (web SLA) is designed to be completed online and saved on the applicant's workstation.

In order to complete the form, you must have a company code (a 5-digit number). If you do not already have a company code, email the Natural and Non-Prescription Health Products Directorate (NNHPD) at nnhpd-dpsnso@hc-sc.gc.ca and put in the subject line "Request for a company code". In the body of your email, include the company information that you will be using to complete your site licence application form (Web SLA), including company name, address, contact information and name of the senior official.

The most current version of the web SLA must be used for all site licence and FSRN submissions. Upon completion of the web SLA, submit the saved .html file to the NNHPD electronically as part of a complete submission package (for more information, consult the Guidance Document on How to Interact with the NNHPD Electronically and Site Licencing Guidance Document).

Updated Web SLA:

The web SLA update on April 30, 2022 (version 3.0) includes the following changes:

  • Addition of the "Changes Reporting to this application"/"notification types" section to capture notifiable changes to a Site Licence
  • Addition of fields to describe how the applicant's Quality Assurance Person meets the qualification requirements described in the Natural Health Products Regulations
  • Restructuring of the Site Information module
  • Addition of new questions for sites requesting information on the timeframe to conduct activities
  • Implementation of dynamic GMP evidence lists for sites to better reflect the requirements listed in the Site Licensing Guidance Document
  • Addition of a NPN lookup in the Product Information module
  • Reworking of the supply chain questions under the Product Information module
  • Addition of a validation service to the form
Version: 3.0.0
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