Publication of the spread of pharmaceutical repositories in supply emergency situations and in the event of accidents and disasters ; including acts of war
In accordance with section 76 and section 104 (3). 2, and paragraph 1. 3, in the case of medicinal products, cf. law no. 1180 of 12. In December 2005, the provisions ofsection 1. The provisions of this notice shall apply in terms of supply emergency situations and in the event of accidents and disasters, including acts of war. The provisions shall apply to any conflicting provisions as laid down in accordance with other legislation.
Stk. 2. If one of the items referred to in paragraph 1 is : The situation referred to in paragraph 1 shall be those which are subject to section 3 (3). 1, and 2, through the Health Services Board, receive notification from the Minister for Health and Prevention.
Stk. 3. The announcement shall apply to stocks of medicinal products.
Section 2. Health Services shall provide for the overall coordination of pharmacovigilance if any of the provisions referred to in Section 1 are concerned ; situations are entered.
§ 3. Importers of medicinal products and pharmaceutical wholesalers must reduce their stocks of medicinal products to a minimum through the distribution of medicinal products by the usual types of medicinal products ; distribution channels.
Stk. 2. Producers of medicinal products must, by means of distribution through the usual distribution channels, reduce their stocks of the individual medicinal product with what equivalent to 45 days ' normal consumption of the medicinal product in question.
Stk. 3. The removal of the stocks in accordance with paragraph 1. 1, and 2, shall be carried out in a proportionate distribution to the usual takers on the basis of the number of packages delivered in the quarter preceding receipt of the notification that one of the items referred to in paragraph 1 (1). 1, mentioned situations have been taken.
Stk. 4. Medicinal products that are distributed in accordance with paragraph 1. 1, and 2, are provided in the trade conditions in the industry, however, by payment of the goods received only 60 days from the end of the month in which the item was received.
§ 4. In particular, cases may be provided by the Board of Health to decide that a company should diversify its warehouse in a different manner other than in section 3 or that the establishment should not spread its supply. The health management decision must be approved by the Minister for Health and Prevention. The Board of Health shall, after the decision of the Health Services, issue an injunction to the establishment in accordance with the decision of the Board of Health.
Section 5. A in the cases referred to in section 1, hospital may provide medicinal products to other health potees as well as pharmacies.
Stk. 2. A pharmacy can provide medicinal products to other pharmacies in section 1 as well as to hospital potees.
§ 6. penalty is penalised, that violates section 3 and the non-descender. an opening issued by the Medicinal Mediation Management Board pursuant to section 4.
Stk. 2. Companies can be imposed on them. (legal persons) punishable by the rules of the fifth chapter of the Penal Code
section 7. The announcement will enter into force on 1. October 2008.
Stk. 2. Bekendtstatement no. 113 of 24. February 1999 is hereby repealed.