In the current scenario of COVID-19, Surgical Masks and N95 Respirators are considered as one of the critical products for immediate supply. But with the decline in the global supply chains of Surgical Masks and N95 Respirators, meeting the demand right on time would be challenging.
To ensure the world sustain the ever-growing demand in this time of emergency, as a prominent Surgical/Face Masks and N95 Respirators manufacturer you might be willing to market your product across the globe or to be specific in Belgium. But do you know how these Surgical Masks and N95 Respirators are classified in Belgium? How the Federal Agency for Medicines and Health Products (FAMHP) regulates the Surgical Masks and N95 Respirators?
Have all your questions answered regarding:
- Surgical Masks and N95 Respirators License, Notification, Registration in Belgium
- FAMHP Surgical/Face Masks and N95 Respirators Regulations
- Belgium Face Mask Classification
In addition, some global health authorities have already expedited their Regulatory pathways for Surgical/Face Masks and N95 Respirators. The dynamic nature of those developments might require manufacturers to be more attentive on the regional Regulatory aspects, too. In such a case, streamline surgical/face masks’ global market entry with the best of regional Regulatory information and structural Regulatory approach.
As a responsible Regulatory partner, Freyr has already started assisting clients to accelerate and fast track registrations/notifications of Surgical/Face Masks and N95 Respirators in Belgium.