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Consultation: Proposed amendments to the Poisons Standard, ACMS meeting, November 2015
This consultation closed on 3 September 2015
Invitation to comment
The TGA is seeking comments from interested parties on the following proposed amendments to the Poisons Standard referred by the delegate for scheduling advice to the Advisory Committee on Medicines Scheduling (ACMS).
|BISMUTH OXYCHLORIDE||An application has been made to exempt from the Schedule 4 BISMUTH COMPOUNDS entry bismuth oxychloride for human therapeutic topical use|
|NAPROXEN||An application has been made to include naproxen in Appendix H|
|PANTOPRAZOLE||An application has been made to include pantoprazole in Appendix H|
|PARACETAMOL IN COMBINATION WITH IBUPROFEN||An application has been made to amend the Schedule 2 paracetamol entry to include paracetamol when combined with ibuprofen in pack sizes of 12 dosage units or less.|
|PIRACETAM||An application has been made to unschedule piracetam by removing the substance from Schedule 4.|
Document released for consultation on Thursday, 6 August 2015.
Interested parties should respond by close of business Thursday, 3 September 2015.
Feedback will be released following consideration of submissions. (See 'What will happen').
About the consultation
This consultation is inviting public submissions under subsection 42ZCZK/42ZCZL of the Therapeutic Goods Regulations 1990 (the Regulations)
The delegate of the Secretary of the Department of Health hereby gives notice that the proposed amendments to the current Poisons Standard contained in this notice will be referred for scheduling advice to relevant expert advisory committees.
Accordingly, the above scheduling proposals are open for public submissions. Submissions must be relevant to the proposed amendment, must address a matter mentioned in section 52E of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989 and be received by the closing date.
Content of submissions
Submissions may address any, or all, of the proposed amendments to the Poisons Standard (Medicines) or other identified issues.
In addition, submissions might include:
- Suggested improvements
- Whether or not you support the amendment/s. If you do not support the amendment/s, you may make suggestions for an alternative acceptable to you.
- An assessment of how the proposed change will impact on you. That is, what do you see as the likely benefits or costs to you (these may be financial or non-financial). If possible, please attempt to quantify these costs and benefits.
What will happen
All submissions will be placed on the TGA Internet site unless marked confidential or indicated otherwise in the submission coversheet (see Privacy information).
Submissions will be reviewed by the TGA and published on the TGA Internet website: feedback on submissions will be provided through the TGA Internet site: Public submissions on scheduling matters
Scheduling decisions made by the medicines delegate following consideration of submissions from interested parties, along with advice from the Advisory Committee on Medicines Scheduling (ACMS) will be published on the TGA website as interim decisions.
- The TGA collects your personal information in this submission in order to:
- contact you if the TGA wants to seek clarification of issues raised in your submission or to check whether you consent to certain information that you have provided being made publicly available.
- help provide context about your submission (e.g. to determine whether you are an individual or a director of a company or representing an interest group).
- The TGA will disclose your name and (if applicable) your designation/work title on the TGA Internet site (i.e. make this information publicly available) if you consent to the publication of your name on the TGA Internet site (please complete the cover sheet).
- Any text within the body of your submission that you want to remain confidential should be clearly marked 'IN CONFIDENCE'.
- Please do not include personal information about other individuals in the body of your submission. Personal information in this context means information or an opinion about an individual whose identity is apparent, or can reasonably be ascertained, from the information or opinion.
Any questions relating to submissions should be directed by email to email@example.com.