The "FDA Recalls
- Before You Start, and After You Finish" conference has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
"Unfortunately, drug recalls
happen," says Mandy Leonard, PharmD, BCPS, System Director of Drug Use Policy and Formulary Management with Cleveland Clinic's Department of Pharmacy.
Each alert includes a link to the NHTSA website so customers can see any open recalls
that specifically affect their vehicle(s).
have become some of the most expensive and large-scale of product recalls
due to the use of many common components, AGCS said, noting that a single recall
can affect a whole industry, bringing significant reputational and financial damage.
webpage gives details of recalls
and warnings related to different items like cars, electronic items, food, pharmaceuticals amongst others.
Most companies collaborate with FDA to rapidly initiate voluntary recalls
and work with their supply chain partners to remove the product from shelves to prevent further distribution.
The authors aren't sure whether the uptick in recalls
is due to a more contaminated food supply or simply because new technology makes it easier to catch bacteria in products.
Some 30.7 million vehicles were affected by recalls
in 2017, down sharply from a high of 53 million in 2016, according to the NHTSA.
However, one third of product recalls
are from companies with five or fewer employees.
* Product recalls
also frequently involve supply chain partners.
The United Fresh Produce Association has published the Recall
Resource Guide to help the produce industry better prepare for potential recall
events as part of the association's Recall
Ready suite of services.