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Home » Education & Events » Classroom Events » 8/8/17: GS1 Standards: Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) Certificate Course - NJ

8/8/17: GS1 Standards: Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) Certificate Course - NJ

  • Date:Tuesday, August 8, 2017 - 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. ET
  • Location:GS1 US Princeton Pike Corporate Center, 1009 Lenox Drive, Suite 202, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Early Bird Fee (expires July 21, 2017): $695.00 per person
Regular Fee (after July 21, 2017): $895.00 per person

Fee: $895.00 per person

This one-day certificate course is designed for manufacturers, wholesale distributors, and healthcare providers preparing for DSCSA requirements. Phase 2 of DSCSA is only a few months away, in November 2017, which   requires that pharmaceutical products be marked with a National Drug Code (NDC), serial number, lot number, and expiration date in both machine-readable and human-readable format. Attend this training to learn how GS1 Standards can help you to effectively implement DSCSA lot-level management, serialization, and item-level traceability requirements. 
Although the DSCSA law specifies 2023 as the year when serialized item traceability is required, many trading partners have already made significant investments in serializing product lines and implementing serialized item traceability systems.  And as more and more trading partners start to transition from lot-level management to serialized item traceability, it is reasonable to expect that the U.S. pharmaceutical industry will experience a mixed environment of lot-based and serialized item information throughout the 2016 - 2023 time frame.
What You’ll Learn: 
FDA Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) overview and key milestones
The GS1 System of Standards and how it relates to DSCSA
How you can use your Labeler Code as part of a GS1 Company Prefix
How to use Global Trade Item Numbers (GTINs) to identify your Lowest Sellable Units and Homogenous Cases
Which GS1 Data Carriers can be used to comply with DSCSA
How to capture the required production information in your barcodes using GS1 Application Identifiers
How Electronic Product Code Information Services (EPCIS) is used related to DSCSA data exchange requirements
Best practices provided in the GS1 US Implementation Guideline for managing in a mixed environment, exception processing, forward and reverse logistics events

Who Should Attend
Pharmaceutical manufacturers, wholesale distributors, and healthcare providers with responsibility for DSCSA implementation in their organizations.

  • GS1 System Overview
    • Who is GS1?
      • GS1 Data Carriers
    • SHARE
      • Electronic Product Code Information Services (EPCIS)
      • Global Data Synchronization Network (GDSN®)
  • FDA DSCSA Overview and Milestones
  • GS1 Standards
      • Global Trade Item Number® (GTIN®)
        • Identification, Construction, Assignment, Hierarchy, Allocation
      • Global Location Number(GLN)
      • Serial Shipping Container Code (SSCC)
  • GS1 US Implementation Guideline R1.2
    • Applying GS1 Standards to U.S. Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Business Processes for the DSCSA and Traceability utilizing EPCIS

Princeton Pike Corporate Center
1009 Lenox Drive, Suite 202
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
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