Redator Kivalita em 28 de March de 2024 em Articles

Regulatory framework: ANVISA publishes public legislation consultation on cosmetovigilance.

On March 26, ANVISA published the opening of a public consultation on a new RDC on cosmetovigilance (post-marketing/post-use monitoring of cosmetic products).

The municipality sees this new legislation as a regulation of what is already practiced within companies, and has opened a public consultation on which it runs until April 2, 2024.

To participate, simply access the electronic questionnaire available on Anvisa’s portal and fill in the requested information. Keep in mind that registered contributions will only be considered valid after the participant clicks on the “SUBMIT” button, available at the end of the questionnaire.

What it says?

The RDC contains 3 chapters and 1 annex, which are named as: Purpose and Scope (Chapter I), Company Cosmetovigilance System (Chapter II), Final Provisions (Chapter III). It also deals with the requirements for the implementation, organization, operation and maintenance of the Cosmetovigilance System and notifications of adverse events.

To learn more, be sure to check out our live on the subject: How to implement a cosmetovigilance plan in the cosmetic industries. follow on social midia so you don’t miss it!

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