Dr. Kingston Speaking at CPSC From A-Z and Beyond

Dr. Rick Kingston will be speaking at the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) From A-Z… and Beyond, a full day conference in Washington, DC providing participants with a thorough understanding of the regulations administered by the US CPSC.

Dr. Kingston is speaking from 10:45-11:30 on Post-Market Surveillance.  His presentation will cover:

  • Data used by CPSC in regulatory process
    • NEISS Data

Changes Coming to the EPA’s Adverse Event Reporting System

By Rick Kingston, President, Regulatory and Scientific Affairs

EPA changes in pest management regulatory reporting programsIt has been a number of years since there has been any change to the EPA’s adverse event reporting systems.  The last major change came in with passage of the 6(a)(2) provision in 1997, which set forth requirements for reporting of adverse events involving EPA registered products.  EPA subsequently put out PR …

Adverse Event Management Services for Dietary Supplement Companies

By Rick Kingston, President, Regulatory and Scientific Affairs

Image - SafetyCall for Adverse Event Management ServicesIn recent years, the FDA has increased inspections of dietary supplement companies regarding good manufacturing practices (GMPs), which include the processes, procedures and documentation that ensure the product is indeed what appears on the label. During the inspection process, the company’s adverse event documentation and serious adverse event reporting systems (SAERs), or …

CRN Presents Free Webinar on Supplement Safety

Dr. Rick Kington will be the featured presenter during a free webinar for pharmacists and nurse practitioners (NPs) on dietary supplements and adverse event reporting results.  The webinar is sponsored by The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) and will take place on Thursday, March 3, at 1:00pm Eastern.  The webinar is presented exclusively to members of Skipta’s Pharmacist Society and …

Can Your Adverse Event Reporting Practices Affect Your Insurance Rates?

Rick Kingston recently spoke at the Consumer Healthcare Products Association’s Regulatory and Scientific Conference regarding Best Practices in Safety Surveillance. During his presentation, Rick explained how dietary supplement firms and manufacturers with best practices in place for adverse event reporting are most likely to receive the best insurance rates. Rick was quoted in “The Tan Sheet” Vol. 20, No. 22 …