Regulatory AffairsPosted by Peter Mar 03, 2019 12:59:15
We often get questions on what requirements there are in certain countries. Not that easy to answer since this clearly depends on what product you have! What we know for sure there are changes ongoing all the time. To much regulations will have negativ effect on the average health index in the world, and small vountries might not even get any manufacturers entering the market. WHO publish reports about regulations on an overall level. The latest we know about are from 2016. The below picture can be found there, explaing what out of 3 main factors exist in the country.
Regulatory AffairsPosted by Peter Feb 27, 2019 08:54:40
Every year, normally in December, the Swedish authority are giving out a dokument explaining on how they do inspections and follow up of products in the marketplace. Overall the document explains how they work nationally and internationally both within EU but also with e.g. IMDRF countries. This gives a good picture on how authorities work together and what you can expect if you get into trouble in terms of information sharing across the world.The latest follow up document can be found here (in Swedish). The follow up report for 2018 is expected in late Q1.
The latest Inspection plan for 2019 can be found
And the latest follow up report from 2017 can be found