2015 will be a turning point in global Serialisation and Traceability Requirements as the EU-FMD Safety Features Delegated Act is published, the impact of the US DQSA become clearer and the scope of the requirements in other markets is assessed.
The implementation timeframe is rapidly shrinking as by 2018 over 80% of a typical Pharma Company’s sales will be subject to Serialisation Requirements and this may mean 100% of your manufacturing lines!
Can your really risk delaying your Serialisation Readiness Programme?
3C Integrity will be running their highly acclaimed pharma serialisation workshop for the fourth time on the 19th and 20th May.
These two-day seminars, grounded in years of practical experience, will address every aspect of a manufacturer’s readiness programme, including analysis of key legislative requirements, the full technology stack, vendor selection and management, compliance and CSV considerations and implementation planning and set you up for the best possible start.
Find out more about our serialisation workshop or register via the Eventbrite button below:
Please note: Places are limited to ensure delegates gain maximum benefit from their attendance. Priority will be given to attendees from pharmaceutical manufacturing and packaging organisations who are involved in the delivery of serialisation programmes.
Our free online webinar takes place next Wednesday (not an April Fool we promise!) and we’ll be revealing exclusive insights from our extensive, first-hand, experience of serialisation projects and avoiding the many pitfalls that can happen.
Register today and attend online on Weds 1st at 13:30 to 14:00 (BST)
If you can’t wait that long and would like a taster of what 3C will present in person you can attend the Open Day at the Laetus Track & Trace Academy on the 22nd-23rd April in Bensheim where we will be presenting “EU-FMD for Dummies”
These Open Days are an excellent opportunity to gain an overview of the wider topic area and our sessions in particular are a great chance to get a taster of serialisation and track and trace in more detail and what your serialisation readiness response needs to look like.