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Qualified person (QP) is a technical term used in European Union pharmaceutical regulation (Directive 2001/83/EC for Medicinal products for human use). The regulations specify that no batch of medicinal product can be released for sale or supply prior to certification by a QP that the batch is in accordance with the relevant requirements.(EudraLex, Volume 4, Chapter 1) The QP is typically a licensed pharmacist, biologist or chemist (or a person with another permitted academic qualification) who has several years' experience working in pharmaceutical manufacturing operations, and has passed examinations attesting to his or her knowledge.
The requirement for QP oversight has been extended to material for use in clinical trials since the introduction of EU Directive 2001/20/EC.
In countries that are part of the Pharmaceutical Inspection Convention and Pharmaceutical Inspection Co-operation Scheme (PIC/S), the same role may be termed responsible person (RP) or authorized person (AP).
I mailed in the paperwork, prints, picture, etc. to add my wife as a Responsible Person. The reason was so that she could conduct business if/when I'm not around. That was over six weeks ago. Does anyone know if you receive some kind of acknowledgement that the person was added? Thanks.
So, we've completed the paperwork to add my wifely sidekick (@TeacherSmurf) as a "Responsible Person" to our 01FFL. The cover letter, form, and photos are done. Now we need to do the fingerprint card. ATF tells me we can "roll our own" if we are setup, which we are because taking thumbprints...