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Jul
06

Four Ways to Cultivate a Recall-ready Mindset Everyday

Recalls are always unexpected and often happen at lightning speed. Whether it is a positive contamination test in a food product, a faulty lithium-ion battery in a consumer product, or a mislabeled drug or medical device, companies must act swiftly. That’s why the best approach is to be recall ready at all times. But where do business leaders begin? Here are some steps to cultivate recall readiness every day.

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Jun
18

How Recalls Cause Shortages in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Drug recalls can be extremely taxing for all parties involved. From making sure there is a temporary replacement to checking the supply of the replacement and its reliability, companies face many challenges. Along with this complex process, manufacturers must ensure recall is handled properly and the affected drug is removed from distribution. However, by not finding a proper substitute, negative effects can ripple down to consumers and the pharmaceutical industry will have more issues on their hands.

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Jun
13

6 Crucial Times to Conduct Mock Recalls

Between new product development, employee training and retention, and all the other tasks involved in maintaining and growing a business, taking time to conduct a mock recall often doesn’t land at the top of the to-do list. But considering the fact that a recall, if mismanaged, can seriously jeopardize the strength of companies, there are times when mock recalls are vital.

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Dec
04

21st Century Cures: One Year Later

How to quickly locate and remove a recalled product Test your recall procedures with mock recalls Determine dangerous vs. defective recall products When President Barack Obama signed the 21st Century Cures Act into law in December 2016, he

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Jun
07

The Canary in the Consumer Product Coal Mine

When a recall occurs, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) typically requires that social media notifications be included in corrective action plans, so it is crucial for companies to have a plan for communicating the recall in this manner. But companies should not focus solely on a post-recall social strategy. Too often, by the time the recall has been issued, the defect has already played out on both social and, by extension, traditional media.

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