• Workplace Type: On-site

Public Health Agency of Canada

Participating Government Agencies

PHAC • Public Health
Agency of Canada

PHAC – the federal department responsible for public health, emergency preparedness and response, and infectious and chronic disease control and prevention – regulates human pathogens and toxins under the authority of the Human Pathogens and Toxins Act (HPTA) and is responsible for biosafety regulation, information and expertise.

PHAC Programs with SWI Data Requirements

One (1) PHAC program requires data in your SWI submission:

  • Human and Terrestrial Animal Pathogens and Biological Toxins

CBSA outlines its required PHAC data elements (and its reasons for each) here.



We can help. Cole International has a specialized SWI support team fully versed in the single-window initiative and its complex requirements.