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2nd Safety Labeling and Packaging Summit

Over three days, this conference will provide attendees with the skills needed to understand how to develop and enhance an end-to-end process to ensure a compliant label for your drug packaging.

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Top Five Reasons to Attend:
- Understand FDA updates on the implementation of generic drug labeling requirements
- Discuss annual reviews of CCDS; self-audit of labeling vs. CCDS
- Share best practices on how to manage the end-to-end process of labeling and packaging products
- Review the product labeling processes and procedures used to establish effective label design
- Explore challenges in CDS, carton and container labeling development

Who Should Attend:
This conference is of interest to professionals from pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies with responsibilities in the following functions:
- Labeling
- Drug Safety
- Regulatory Affairs
- Pharmacovigilance
- Medical/Clinical
- Legal
- Product Safety Management
- Packaging
- Package Engineering/Technology
- Product Safety and Security

Prices

Early Bird Pricing — Register by August 17, 2018 — Conference Only USD 1895.0 Early Bird Pricing — Register by August 17, 2018 — Conference + Workshop USD 2195.0 Standard Pricing — Conference Only USD 2095.0 Standard Pricing — Conference + Workshop USD 2395.0 Onsite Pricing — Conference Only USD 2295.0 Onsite Pricing — Conference + Workshop USD 2595.0

Contact

Gina DeMarco
gdemarco@exlevents.com

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