Dr Ulrich Kissel
Dr Kissel is Chairman of the Board of Directors of the European QP Association (EQPA) and Director Regulatory Affairs on the Executive Board of the European Compliance Academy (ECA)
The Pharmaceutical Industry has been becoming more global due to international collaborations, mergers and acquisitions. More complex supply chains require companies to have a greater understanding of pharmaceutical legislation throughout the world. As a key person in an EU-based company, the QP has to consider many issues and has to take up the challenges within its areas of responsibilities.
However, many partners in the business are still not aware of the exact role of the QP. What are the rights and obligations? Who needs a QP and who can become one?
This Webinar has been designed for EU but also non-EU QA and QCU personnel, upper management functions and other interested people who want to be informed about the duties and responsibilities of a Qualified Person (QP).
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This webinar will give you a comprehensive overview of the Principles of the EU Qualified Person (QP):
- Applicable legislation
- Who can become QP?
- Responsibilities and delegation
- QP Declaration
- The QP’s margin of discretion
- Import/Export: certification by the QP