Translation of compliance certificates for pharmaceutical manufacturers
Compliance certificates are issued to pharmaceutical manufacturers following inspections carried out by national competent authorities within the European Union. The UK’s competent authority is the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). A compliance certificate issued by the MHRA attests that the manufacturer is deemed to be compliant with Good Manufacturing Practice, the minimum standards that manufacturers must adhere to throughout their production process. Manufacturers that wish to supply their products in a new market – both within and outside of the EU – may therefore need to produce a translated compliance certificate to prove that the required standards have been met.
Translating a compliance certificate requires an understanding of industry regulation and terminology.
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