The United States recently enacted the Modernization of Cosmetic Regulations Act of 2022 (MoCRA), which significantly expanding the regulatory authority of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) over the cosmetics industry.
This 3-part series will offer a comprehensive overview of new FDA regulations and dive deep into strategies necessary for compliance and success. Speakers will also discuss critical changes unfolding within the cosmetic industry and shed light on the far-reaching impact of the new MoCRA regulations on cosmetic products.
Throughout the series, you will have the opportunity to hear from industry experts from Registrar Corp who will guide attendees through the latest developments, and help you to understand the implications of MoCRA for your businesses in the United States and abroad.
This webinar series will cover a wide range of essential topics, including:
An overview of FDA updates for Food, Drugs, and Medical Devices, providing a comprehensive understanding of the regulatory landscape across multiple industries.
A detailed exploration of MoCRA’s requirements for cosmetics, allowing you to navigate the specific obligations imposed by the new regulations.
In-depth discussions on cosmetics labeling, adverse events, and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) regulations, enabling you to implement compliant practices and ensure product quality.
Timelines for implementation, so you can plan and prepare for the changes ahead.
Best practices for compliance, providing practical guidance to ensure adherence to the latest FDA guidelines and maximize your business’s regulatory compliance efforts.
This 3-part series offers an opportunity to interact with cosmetics and labeling experts, allowing attendees to ask questions and gain valuable insights directly from industry leaders.
The Washington International Trade Association & Registrar Corp Proudly Present:
FDA Boot Camp: Updated Cosmetics Regulations and the Latest on Food, Drugs and Medical Devices
Part 1 : Thursday, June 1, 2023
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM (US/Eastern)Registrar Corp WITA Presentation 060123 (2)
Part 2: Tuesday, June 13, 2023
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM (US/Eastern)
Part 3: Monday, June 26, 2023
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM (US/Eastern)
Hosted Virtually via Zoom
Jaclyn Bellomo, Director of Cosmetics Software & Services, Registrar Corp
Anna Benevente, Director of Labeling & Ingredient Services, Registrar Corp
Mirna Calero, Regulatory Specialist, Medical Devices, Registrar Corp
Mary Hancock, Senior Regulatory Specialist and Food Facility Registration Team Manager, Registrar Corp
Marco Theobald, Director, Drug & Medical Device Department, Registrar Corp
Who should attend:
- Embassy officials and staff active in FDA-regulated sectors
- US manufacturers and importers of FDA-regulated products
- Trade association management involved in government affairs
- Customs brokers and logistics providers
Cost: WITA and Non-WITA Members Welcome
- $50 WITA Members
- $25 WITA Members: Government/Embassy/Student
- $100 Non-WITA Members
For 3 or more registrations from your organization, please contact Diego Añez for special group rates
The Washington International Trade Association (WITA) is the largest non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to providing a neutral forum in the nation’s capital for the open and robust discussion of international trade policy and related issues. WITA is widely considered Washington’s premier trade forum. Among other activities, WITA hosts educational programs, provides networking opportunities, and provides professional development opportunities.
About Registrar Corp:
Registrar Corp was founded in 2003 to help businesses comply with FDA regulations. Since opening its headquarters in Hampton, Virginia, USA, Registrar Corp has expanded to nineteen international offices and has aided more than 30,000 companies across 160 countries. Registrar Corp offers services to businesses in FDA-regulated industries, including food, beverages, and dietary supplements; pharmaceutical drugs; cosmetic products; medical devices; and radiation-emitting electronic devices.