Webinar: How the CCPSA WILL Affect Your Business

This webinar provided by SafetyCall International will explore the wide reaching impact of the recently initiated Canadian Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA) as it relates to manufacturer responsibility and consumer care. The goal is to help manufacturers adjust to the ever-changing regulatory environment and to prepare themselves internally for new reporting timelines and more stringent compliance measures.

Presented by Rick …

Webinar: CCPSA to be Offered by SafetyCall

A webinar designed to help manufacturers understand and prepare for the ramifications of the new Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA) will be presented at 12:00 p.m. CDT on September 14, 2011, by SafetyCall International, an industry leader in adverse event management and post-market surveillance services for industry.

The webinar, “How the Canadian Consumer Product Safety Act WILL Affect Your …

Visit SafetyCall International at SupplySide West

SafetyCall International will be exhibiting at SupplySide West! Stop by booth 13064 in the exhibit hall and get to know some of the senior staff members at SafetyCall International, including Dr. Rick Kingston and Kathy Wahlers.

SupplySide West 2011
The Venetian & The Sands Expo
Las Vegas, NV
October 12th to 13th

Rick Kingston is presenting at the SOCAP Annual Conference

Dr. Rick Kingston, president of regulatory and scientific affairs at SafetyCall International, PLLC, will be presenting a lecture on Adverse Event Management at the SOCAP Annual Conference.

“Managing Adverse Events – Navigating a new field of landmines for an old issue.”
Monday, October 17, 2011
2:00-3:15 PM

Managing adverse events (AE) is becoming much more complicated with new government initiatives …

Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA) Goes Live

On June 20, 2011, the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA) came into force requiring industry to provide information to the Minister of Health regarding the occurrence of an incident that resulted or could reasonably be expected to have resulted in death or serious adverse health effects. Such incidents are also not limited to just Canada if a Canadian product …