It is important for life sciences companies to understand the regulations laid out in the U.S. Department of Transportation’s 49 CFR Parts 100-185 — and their impact on package design and testing requirements, training requirements, and packaging and handling hazardous materials in bulk and non-bulk forms.
The FDA’s latest effort at transparency in the drug GMP inspection planning process can be found in the new Manual of Policies and Procedures (MAPP) 5014.1, “Understanding CDER’s Risk-Based Site Selection Model,” used to prioritize sites for routine surveillance GMP inspections.
Multinational pharmaceutical companies have for decades manufactured drugs for global distribution. Nevertheless, the task of labeling is becoming increasingly difficult and time-consuming.
If you are charged with any of the tasks that lead to a successful product launch in the pharmaceutical industry, you know how critical it is to execute a multitude of steps successfully. Among these are agreement by marketing on the look and design of the campaign, completion of clinical trials, project management, testing of active pharmaceutical ingredients, the completion of a trial production batch, receipt of all materials at the production site, production scheduling, regulatory agency submissions, trademark registration, and a host of others.