April 24 Briefing on GMPs for Dietary Supplements Proposed FDA Regs May Require Industry to Install Dedicated Compliance Programs
FDA's long awaited proposed regs on dietary supplement GMPs may be a challenge for small businesses, contractors, and foreign suppliers, raising the bar on suppliers and private label manufacturers.
Daron Watts of Sidley, Austin, Brown & Wood, will expound on these observations during an hour long ExpertBriefing to be held April 24 from 2:00 until 3:00pm Eastern time.
According to Watts, the final regulations will change in-process testing methods and documentation consistency. Non-compliance penalties could be severe. Major players also need to know how the new FDA rules will impact their business.
Participants in this specially designed audio conference will learn:
* Who is affected by the GMPs for dietary supplements
* How assay methods may be changed
* What will be the impact on small businesses
* Likely consequences of non-compliance
* What issues are still unresolved
This briefing is available from your office by dialing into a toll free phone number. In addition, particpants will receive a specially prepared slide presentation in hard copy or electronically.
For more information, go to www.expertbriefings.com/wattsnpi.pdf or call 703/779-8777.
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