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Regulatory Risk

As big pharma continually struggles to identify the right strategy in order to satisfy the marketplace demands and deliver expected financial returns, one area that will always remain a priority is the business obligation to patient safety. Managing the regulatory requirement for any pharmaceutical business is a costly process, but one that cannot easily be ignored. As companies continually strive to cut costs, mostly in the form of employee cutbacks, they have to remain totally committed to satisfying the various regulatory authoritiesí compliance requirements and, as this can be a resource-hungry exercise, having fewer employees can introduce some risk into their business. Managing this risk is also the key to controlling cost, and companies should have annual key strategic objectives based around how they will successfully control and improve their compliance performance, as the ever changing demands create new and often more difficult challenges.


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Brian Szukala is Managing Director of SeerPharma (UK) Ltd, a global training auditing and consultancy business. Brian was previously Head of Training at Pfizer and Abbott Laboratories in the UK, and has been actively involved in developing competence and competency frameworks incorporated into performance management systems. He has worked with various government bodies to advise on UK skills issues within the industry and is currently on the strategic board of SEMTA (Sector Skills Council representing pharmaceuticals) advising on skills and UK competitiveness. He has a wealth of experience in the field of compliance and has presented at numerous seminars, both in the UK and abroad on various compliance, behavioural and productivity improvement topics.

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