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Sep
19

Up In Smoke: What Manufacturers Must Do If Certain E-cigs Are Banned

In a strongly-worded statement, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D. recently announced the agency is taking steps to curtail what it called the “epidemic” of e-cigarette use among teenagers. Among other actions, the FDA is looking closely at flavored e-cigarettes, saying they “play an important role in driving the youth appeal.

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Sep
05

Four Steps to Take When a Pharmaceutical Recall is Imminent

Even when companies have a robust recall plan in place, preparing for a soon-to-be-announced recall is a stressful event. Companies must act quickly in order to satisfy regulatory mandates and mitigate risk. Here are four steps pharmaceutical companies should take to get ready for a recall: Ensure consignee data is up-to-date This is often one of the largest pain points for pharmaceutical companies in particular.

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Aug
07

5 Signs Your Recall Plan Is Insufficient

Many companies think that because they have a recall plan in place, they are ready for any recall that may occur, only to realize they are actually woefully unprepared when it actually happens. That typically points to one thing: the plan wasn’t nearly as robust as it needed to be. When it comes to recall preparation, having an outline of a plan isn’t much better than having no plan at all. Here are some of the signs a recall plan is inadequate. It’s shorter than the average obit.

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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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Jul
04

CPSC Requesting Direct Recall Notice Information

As we mentioned in our first blog of 2018, The Future of Recalls, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) held a workshop on how to improve recall effectiveness. In the report that followed that event, the CPSC stated that recalls with direct notifications have proven most effective.

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