Animal health: are you Brexit ready? Free webinars from NOAH to help animal health businesses prepare
NOAH is holding two free Brexit preparedness webinars for veterinary medicine companies, contract manufacturers and suppliers of animal health products – NOAH members and non-members alike.
Trader Readiness – tariffs & customs: Free NOAH Webinar on 18th October
Veterinary medicines have category 1 priority status to help ensure supplies in a No-deal scenario. Government has identified trader readiness as a critical area for focused no-deal mitigation measures. The criticality and complexity of safeguarding the supply of these goods cannot be underestimated.
This webinar covers the procedures and processes that are needed for companies to trade in animal health products with the EU. Its aim is to help businesses prepare more fully to navigate new requirements.
Our bespoke webinar, with facility for Q&A, offers practical and timely help.
Veterinary Medicines – Regulatory & Pharmacovigilance Webinar on 21st October
Veterinary Medicinal Products must meet strict regulatory and pharmacovigilance requirements to be placed on the UK market. The VMD has compiled an information hub on their website outlining requirements and changes that must be in place by 31 October in a no-deal scenario. This resource hub is a good reference point for information, but we recognise that companies would appreciate more help to fully understand the new requirements and what is needed for their business to operate.
This webinar will offer a dedicated regulatory and pharmacovigilance forum to help ensure understanding of what is required.
Notes for Editors
For more information please contact Grace O’Gorman or Alison Glennon at NOAH on 020 8367 3131 or see www.noah.co.uk
NOAH represents the UK animal health industry. It promotes the benefits of safe, effective, quality products and services for the health and welfare of all animals.
This activity is supported by a government grant that NOAH has won to support businesses through Brexit. Government grants have been awarded to 124 small and large business organisations to help companies get ready for Brexit.