Open Journal of Social Sciences

Volume 4, Issue 11 (November 2016)

ISSN Print: 2327-5952   ISSN Online: 2327-5960

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Improvement of the Relation between Existing Techniques of Product and Food Protection and Drugs Safety Management

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DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.411003    1,043 Downloads   1,427 Views  
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The goal of this paper is to assess the existing methods of food and drugs safety man-agement from the standpoint of product packaging and labeling. Several methods of safety management have been introduced in order to protect both supply chains and consumers from fake commodities, yet their effectiveness is a relevant question since counterfeiters keep up with the development and implementation of advanced protec-tive means. Since verifying drugs’ authenticity is a crucial issue nowadays and fake commodities represent significant economic and societal challenges, a new set of counter-measures must be put in place to address the advancing growth of the counterfeit threat. A conceptual model will be used to assess the existing problems of food and drug safety, and practical implications will be derived out of the real life situations that occurred with pharmaceutical manufactures. Analysis of the existing ways of how essential commodities are protected and propositions on how these ways could be upgraded will improve the understanding of food and drugs safety management. The improved system of food and drug safety management implies a set of actions that have to be undertaken in order to form a solid, unified system and thus provide complete assurances of a product’s safety. Not only does the security of supply chains and product traceability systems need improvement, but also existing public policies regarding compulsory food and pharmaceutical certifications need to be reviewed.

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Spirydonau, I. (2016) Improvement of the Relation between Existing Techniques of Product and Food Protection and Drugs Safety Management. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 4, 43-52. doi: 10.4236/jss.2016.411003.

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