PART 1General (continued)
Class II, III and IV Medical Devices (continued)
Medical Devices to Be Sold for the Purposes of Implementing the General Council Decision (continued)
43.4 The Minister shall notify the manufacturer and the Commissioner of Patents for the purposes of paragraph 21.13(b) of the Patent Act in the event that the Minister is of the opinion that the manufacturer’s medical device referred to in section 43.2 has ceased to meet the requirements of the Act and these Regulations.
- SOR/2005-142, s. 2
Marking and Labelling
(a) the mark “XCL” is displayed on all permanent components of the device; and
(b) the label of the device displays the mark “XCL” followed by the control number referred to in paragraph 21(1)(d) and the words “FOR EXPORT UNDER THE GENERAL COUNCIL DECISION. NOT FOR SALE IN CANADA.” or “POUR EXPORTATION AUX TERMES DE LA DÉCISION DU CONSEIL GÉNÉRAL. VENTE INTERDITE AU CANADA.”.
(2) The information required by subsection (1) shall be expressed in a legible, permanent and prominent manner.
- SOR/2005-142, s. 2
Notice to Minister
43.6 The manufacturer of a medical device referred to in section 43.2 shall notify the Minister in writing not less than 15 days prior to commencing the manufacture of the device.
- SOR/2005-142, s. 2
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to the importation or sale of a medical device by
(a) a retailer;
(b) a health care facility;
(c) in the case of a Class II, III or IV medical device, the manufacturer of the medical device; or
(d) in the case of a Class I device, the manufacturer of the medical device, if the manufacturer imports or distributes solely through a person who holds an establishment licence.
(3) Any person who imports a medical device shall ensure that the person from whom they import it holds an establishment licence.
(4) Subsection (3) does not apply where a person imports
- SOR/2018-225, s. 2
45 A person who wishes to apply for an establishment licence shall submit an application to the Minister, in a form established by the Minister, that contains the following information and documents:
(a) the name and address of the establishment;
(b) the name, title and telephone number of the representative of the establishment to contact for any information concerning the application;
(c) a statement as to whether the activity of the establishment is importation or distribution, or both;
(d) the names and addresses of the manufacturers of the devices that are being imported or distributed;
(e) for each manufacturer, in respect of a medical device other than a decorative contact lens, the medical specialities in respect of which the device is imported or distributed;
(f) for each manufacturer, the classes of the devices that are being imported or distributed;
(g) an attestation by a senior official of the establishment that the establishment has documented procedures in place in respect of distribution records, complaint handling and recalls;
(h) if the establishment imports Class I medical devices, an attestation by a senior official of the establishment that the establishment has documented procedures in place in respect of the making of reports under subsections 59(1) and (1.1);
(h.1) if the establishment imports Class II, III or IV medical devices, an attestation by a senior official of the establishment that the establishment has documented procedures in place in respect of the making of reports under subsection 59(1) and the provision of information under section 61.2;
(i) if the establishment imports or distributes Class II, III or IV devices, an attestation by a senior official of the establishment that the establishment has documented procedures in place, where applicable, for handling, storage, delivery, installation, corrective action and servicing in respect of those devices; and
(j) the address of each building where the procedures described in paragraphs (g) to (i) are in place.
- SOR/2011-82, s. 1(E)
- SOR/2015-193, s. 6
- SOR/2018-225, s. 3
- SOR/2020-262, s. 12
46 Subject to section 47, the Minister shall issue an establishment licence if the Minister determines that the application meets the requirements of section 45.
- SOR/2011-82, s. 2
Annual Review of Licence
46.1 (1) The holder of an establishment licence that is not suspended shall submit an application for the review of their licence to the Minister before April 1 of each year and include with it the information and documents referred to in section 45.
(2) The Minister shall conduct an annual review of the licence on the basis of the information and documents submitted by the holder and any other relevant information in the Minister’s possession.
- SOR/2011-82, s. 2
(2) The Minister shall refuse to issue an establishment licence if the Minister has reasonable grounds to believe that issuing such a licence would constitute a risk to the health or safety of patients, users or other persons.
(3) If the Minister refuses to issue an establishment licence, the Minister shall
48 If, following the issuance of an establishment licence, there is a change to any of the information submitted in accordance with paragraph 45(a) or (b), the holder of the establishment licence shall submit the new information to the Minister within 15 days of the change.
(a) the licensee has contravened these Regulations or any provision of the Act relating to medical devices;
(b) the licensee has made a false or misleading statement in the application; or
(c) failure to suspend the establishment licence would constitute a risk to the health or safety of patients, users or other persons.
(2) Before suspending an establishment licence, the Minister shall consider
(3) Subject to section 50, the Minister shall not suspend an establishment licence until
(a) the Minister has sent the licensee a written notice that sets out the reason for the proposed suspension, any corrective action required to be taken and the time within which it must be taken;
(b) if corrective action is required, the time set out in the notice has passed without the action having been taken; and
(c) the licensee has been given an opportunity to be heard in respect of the suspension.
50 (1) The Minister may suspend an establishment licence without giving the licensee an opportunity to be heard if it is necessary to do so to prevent risk to the health or safety of patients, users or other persons, by giving the licensee a notice in writing that states the reason for the suspension.
(2) A licensee may ask the Minister, in writing, that the suspension be reconsidered.
(3) The Minister shall, within 45 days after the date of receiving the request, provide the licensee with an opportunity to be heard.
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