the interaction or cooperation of two or more organizations, elements or agents to produce a combined effect greater than the sum of the individual contributions.

Experienced Team

The SynergyQMP team offers regulatory compliance support and radiation safety training, integral to the Nuclear Medicine community. Our team collaboratively delivers over 20 years of clinical Nuclear Medicine expertise, Radiopharmacy, Regulatory compliance, Radiation Safety & Emergency Management training, Quality Assurance and Educational experience to provide high quality training and governance support to our customers.

SynergyQMP Services


CNSC License Application and Support, for initial applications and renewals.


Annual Compliance Reporting.

P & P

Policy and Procedure development.

Imaging Services

A range of cost effective services to support and maximize delivery of essential NM imaging service; Protocol development, work flow analysis.


Transport of Dangerous goods Certification (ground transport) – CAMRT Accredited course


Consulting services to the Nuclear Medicine community.

Transportation of Dangerous Goods Certification (TDG)

Our self-directed on-line TDG certification course was developed by subject matter experts and is designed to provide the enrollee with all the practical skills, knowledge and judgement to adhere to regulatory requirements applicable to Nuclear Medicine services.

SynergyQMP TDG certification is intended for Nuclear Medicine Technology staff, shippers, couriers and receivers of Class 7 Dangerous Goods. Included in the course are links to relevant regulatory agencies & resources.

Upon successful completion of the final exam, TDG certification is granted for 3 years (non-transferable). Successful candidates will receive a TDG wallet card, a Certificate of Completion and will earn 1.0 Category ‘A’ credits from CAMRT/ACTRM. Educational credits are recognized by the CAMRT’s provincial organizations and the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).