German Standards Institute DIN / the European Committee for Standardisation CEN
The European Standard EN 16679 and the International Standard ISO 21976 specify requirements and provides guidance for the application, use and check of tamper verification features to the packaging of medicinal products. Whilst these stringent regulations might seem like a drag, a regulation like the FMD can only bring benefits to the industry.
Counterfeit pharmaceuticals cost the pharma industry an estimated £36.9bn per year, according to research by the World Health Organisation, as well as risking the lives of patients. This workshop has been designed to provide you with the specialist knowledge and skills needed to achieve compliance!
Attend this session to:
- Decipher exactly which anti-counterfeiting and tamper evident features the EU falsified medicines directive requires
- Learn about tried and tested techniques for perfecting anti-counterfeiting and tamper evident features in your packaging
- Get ahead of the steep learning curve by gaining an in-depth understanding of the latest strategies to identify and overcome counterfeited drugs and their effects on the market