NPA and SafetyCall
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The Natural Products Association partners with SafetyCall adverse event reporting call center to offer association members reduced rates on reporting services in preparation for changes in reporting requirements due to the implementation of the dietary supplement AER law Congress passed in 2006, NPA announces Nov. 7 (1"The Tan Sheet" Dec. 18, 2006, p. 6). SafetyCall and NPA also plan to conduct education events to help companies comply with the regulation and "ease the transition," NPA says. "We're happy to partner with the Natural Products Association and work with their members at a time when there's a rush to conform to the new reporting requirements," SafetyCall President, Regulatory and Scientific Affairs, Richard Kingston says. "We're confident that we can meet the increased demand and quickly respond to and document adverse event reports on behalf of participating association member companies," Kingston says...
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