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The renewal email is sent automatically by the UKNI MVS to the End User Location Contact email address provided at the time of registration, unless this has since been changed.
The EU Commission Q&A on FMD can be found on the European Commission site.
Yes, this service is available. Useful resources:
Technical Bulletin: Certificate and Password Management Issues
More information is available from the British Generic Manufacturers Association (BGMA).
The MHRA does not allow direct decommissioning by manufacturers in the NMVS or EMVS for Article 23 customers.
Northern Ireland does not require the text to appear in any particular order in the 2D matrix or on the pack. Changes to packs need to be submitted to the MHRA in the usual manner for approval.
This error code occurs because the UKNI MVS cannot find the TAN Certificate. Problem
UKNI MVS Certificate has expired (two years)
Contact the SecurMed Service Desk to request a new Software (TAN) Code.
If the medicine associated with a device has an MA and is included in the list or products within scope (virtually all POMs) then under the FMD, it should be labelled with safety features.
Your UKNI MVS account will be automatically locked if you try to access the system using an incorrect Password three times.
Authorisation is required from each legal entity, for all its Locations. If you submit a Bulk Registration for multiple legal entities, the EULA can only be accepted once for each entity, so please ensure you have permission from each of them before submission.
No. Unless the WDA holder is also an MAH or a Parallel Distributor, there is no need to connect to the EMVS.
GTIN product codes require 14 characters. For more information, please refer to the EMVS Pack Coding Guidelines.
Serialisation should be applied to the pack which is the unit of sale and to which the labelling provisions in Article 54 of Council Directive 2001/83/EC apply.
Verification is a process that can take place at any time during movement of the medicine through the supply chain.
The European Medicines Verfication Organsiation (EMVO) is a Belgian non-profit organisation representing stakeholders united in securing the legal supply chain from falsified medicines. For more details go to their website.
Pan-European Public Procurement OnLine (PEPPOL) enables government organisations such as the NHS, and private companies, to exchange electronic trading documents over an interoperable, European-wide network. It offers a standardised network connection for electronic ordering, invoicing and shipping. For more information, please visit NHS Scan4Safety.