FDA & CFIA 2016 Regulatory Changes/Updates Since ACE | Make Sure Your Business is Updated

Instructor: Grant Smith
Product ID: 704621
  • 11
  • November 2016
  • 11:00 AM PST | 02:00 PM EST
    Duration: 90 Min

Live Online Training
November 11, Friday 11:00 AM PST | 02:00 PM EST
Duration: 90 Min

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This training program will cover the 2016 regulatory changes and updates for the FDA (US Food and Drug Administration) and the CFIA (Canadian Food Inspection Agency). The program will also discuss updated product code classifications, license requirements for SFCA/CFIA, Automated Import Reference System updates and latest product marking requirements.

Why Should You Attend:

2016 is a banner year for updates and changes for both agencies. The webinar will cover the changes the USFDA is putting in place to report through Customs ACE reporting tool. It will cover the Canadian GMO rules. What do these agencies have in common and where do they differ. This can save companies from duplicating internal restrictions and possible violations from assumptions. This webinar will cover a brief history of both agencies.

  • What is the mission of each agency, do they really differ?
  • Are there new restrictions for importing and exporting?
  • Will new labeling requirements affect your products?
  • What authority do these agencies have and how can they enforce regulations?

The webinar will cover new and updated product code classifications as well as recall protocol, while addressing these questions. Staying ahead of changes can keep you compliant and your business’s reputation clean. What’s next for these agencies? Determine if your current compliance programs are sufficient.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding the latest changes and legal requirements.
  • Understand when changes and reporting requirements become mandatory.
  • Determine software updates, availability, and requirements.
  • Product marking and registration requirements.
  • Identify other governmental agency requirements.
  • Learn what reports are available.
  • Learn how your broker, forwarder, and legal counsel can help

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • The latest regulatory changes and requirements.
  • Learn the latest terminology and acronyms.
  • How does this affect global trade facilitation?
  • Determine current risk level and how to remain compliant.
  • Learn the latest product marking requirements.
  • Determine if your medical devices are marked and registered compliantly.
  • Changes from June, July, August, and upcoming important dates.

Who Will Benefit:

  • Internal regulatory departments
  • Validation specialists
  • Documentation specialists
  • Quality control professionals
  • Medical devices professionals
  • FDA professionals
  • Finance professionals
  • Global tax professionals
  • Trade compliance professionals
  • Logistics managers
  • Company compliance officers
  • Import/export professionals
  • Global trade professionals
  • Brokers and forwarders
  • Professionals who are looking for risk reduction, time and cost savings
  • Companies engaged in global trade
Instructor Profile:
Grant Smith

Grant Smith
Trade Compliance Manager, Brady Corporation

Grant Smith is an international trade consultant with Grant Smith Consulting, LLC. Mr. Smith is a trade compliance professional with 30 years’ experience in global logistics and trade compliance, a licensed customs broker and certified customs specialist. He has worked for global corporations, implementing trade programs and providing training in multiple regions internationally. He continues to successfully work with multiple government agencies on behalf of employers and customers.

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