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Jan
27

“Who’s in Charge Here?” Recalls and Internal Turnover

You have a recall plan in place. You update it regularly. And while you hope you won’t have to use it anytime soon, that day arrives anyway. Good thing you’re ready. Except you realize one or more of your internal team members who were assigned to these tasks have retired, moved away, or otherwise left the company. Now what? If that sounds familiar – or sounds like something that could happen to your company – you’re not alone. According to ADP Research Institute, the

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Jan
04

FDA Finalizes Guidance on Emerging Signals

Nearly a year after the draft was issued, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has finalized guidance on emerging signals – when a potential problem with a medical device already on the market could alter the benefit-risk assessment among patients and their healthcare providers.

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Dec
28

2016 Year in Review

No matter the industry, 2016 was a noteworthy year when it came to regulatory news and how it could affect product recall management.  As we welcome a new year, take a look back at some of the top stories we covered: The automotive industry saw some important developments, including proposed new rules from NHTSA that would mandate electronic notifications. We also looked at some

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Aug
18

Global Recalls: A Tale of Two Companies

In an increasingly global marketplace, more and more recalls are global as well. Companies that encounter a safety issue may find a number of global complexities at play. Notification, transportation, disposal, and reporting requirements can vary drastically across borders. In many cases, a recall may not even be mandatory in certain markets. Recently, two companies found themselves facing this situation. Their approaches were very different – and so were the consequences.

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Mar
30

FBI, NHTSA Issue Warning on Cybersecurity

Proactively addressing safety issues to protect consumers is top of mind for many industries, including automotive companies and the agencies that oversee them. In a recent joint announcement, the FBI and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration stated motor vehicle systems are “increasingly vulnerable” to hacking that could compromise driver data and vehicle functionality – including braking systems, automatic locks, and more.

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