This is a legal form that was released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on November 1, 2015 and used country-wide. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.
Q: What is FDA Form FDA2359F?
A: FDA Form FDA2359F is the Audit Report for IMS Listed Single Service Containers and/or Closures for Milk and/or Milk Products Manufacturers.
Q: What is IMS?
A: IMS stands for Inventory Management System.
Q: What does the audit report cover?
A: The audit report covers the evaluation of single service containers and/or closures for milk and/or milk products manufacturers.
Q: Who is this audit report for?
A: This audit report is for milk and/or milk products manufacturers.
Q: What is the purpose of this audit report?
A: The purpose of this audit report is to assess the compliance of single service containers and/or closures used by milk and/or milk products manufacturers.
Q: What is the significance of IMS listing?
A: IMS listing indicates that the single service containers and/or closures meet the requirements outlined by the FDA for use in milk and/or milk products manufacturing.
Q: What information is included in the audit report?
A: The audit report includes information about the manufacturer, container/closure description, IMS listing details, compliance status, and any identified issues.
Q: What should manufacturers do with the audit report?
A: Manufacturers should review the audit report, address any identified issues, and take necessary actions to ensure compliance with FDA regulations.
Q: How often should manufacturers conduct audits?
A: Manufacturers should conduct audits on a regular basis as required by FDA regulations or industry standards.
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