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The life science brands have to follow some packaging rules and regulation to reduce errors while packaging artwork and label process.
FREMONT, CA: The brands that come under the life science sector, such as pharmaceutical and medical device companies, have to face the constant challenge with the packaging artwork and labels. One of the primary reasons why problems are developed is that these brands sell products whose objective is to help the consumers stay healthy. Moreover, there is also some situation when it is a matter of life and death. The packaging information must be accurate and in line with strict regulations.
Here are some of the rules and guidelines which the life science brands have to consider. However, there is also various technique through which such brands can upgrade their packaging and artwork management to save time, money, and avoid breaking the rules.
Life Sciences Packaging: Rules and Regulations
A recent regulation that has disrupted the life science industry is the medical device regulation (MDR) utilized for the medical devices.
It became necessary for the European Union to update their medical device regulations due to the aging population's increase and the development of new technologies in the industry.
The MDR emphasizes less on the pre-approval stage of the medical device manufacturing and more on the lifecycle approach to the medical device regulation. Therefore, it encourages the process of enhancing every area of the product lifecycle.
However, MDR is not the only regulation that life science brands have to follow for packaging artwork and label processes. There is also the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and it can recall the orders based on labeling and packaging artwork problems.
It is also essential for the life science companies to follow the GSI Standards, especially if it is a global life science brand. These rules' primary objective is to make sure that the product information is consistent worldwide and accessible.