What does FDA training stand for?
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is the U.S. Federal agency that protects the public health by regulating a range of products, including food, pharmaceutical drugs, cosmetics, dietary supplements, medical devices, vaccines, electromagnetic radiation emitting devices (ERED), blood transfusions, and veterinary products. Additionally, FDA is also responsible for regulating the manufacturing and selling of tobacco products. Non-compliance to FDA regulations results in penalties on a company for the regulatory violations that affect customer confidence in its safety and efficacy.
FDA training is necessary to remain compliant. It makes employees keep abreast of the current regulations and guidance and how to adhere to them. The FDA training program includes various subjects — from conducting inspections to responding to 483s or warning letters.Request an Online Demo