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Table 1 PHARMACEUTICAL cGMP MEDICAL DEVICE QSR (aka cGMP) Subpart C--Buildings and Facilities Subpart G--Production and Process Controls 211.
When a Subpart F income inclusion is limited by the CFC's current-year E&P, Sec.
EPA currently is "interpreting" metalcasting facilities are subject to Subpart UUU because they operate sand reclamation units to reuse sand in the metalcasting process that meet the broad Subpart UUU "definition of calciners and dryers" that "process industrial sand.
Subpart CC includes operator-certification requirements, for example.
When subpart W was finalized in 2010, companies wanting to use BAMM had to apply to EPA by Sept.
The guides for Subparts IIII, JJJJ, and ZZZZ help identify the engines that are affected by these rules and the requirements of the Subparts standards, particularly as they relate to performance testing.
This Subpart H programme has adopted a new surrogate endpoint based on an increase in serum creatinine (SCr).
The RN subpart contains a new provision regulating conscious sedation by RNs in ambulatory surgical treatment centers.
As of February 2007, eight other drugs had been approved for restricted distribution under Subpart H to treat a range of conditions from narcolepsy to severe acne.
FDA approved the drug under a provision of its Subpart H regulations, allowing it to restrict the drug's distribution to assure its safe use.
The definition for "utilization equipment" is located in 29 CFR 1910, Subpart S--Electrical, [section] 1910.
Effective 30 days after the date of this memorandum, Department of Defense (DoD) contracting activities shall continue to suspend the use of the price evaluation adjustment for small disadvantaged businesses (SDBs) in DoD procurement, as prescribed in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) subpart 19.
One key recommendation made by the committee is that all federal agencies sponsoring housing-related health hazard research should formally adopt the federal regulations addressing human subject research participation, particularly Subpart D of 45 CFR 46, which provides additional protections specifically for child participants.
It is compatible with overseas safety standards, such as UL (E226092), CE and FCC (Part 15 Subpart B Class A).