A product-specific waiver refers to an exemption or exception granted by regulatory authorities or governing bodies for a specific product or group of products from certain regulatory requirements or standards. This waiver is typically granted based on specific circumstances or considerations related to the product’s characteristics, intended use, or unique challenges.
Product-specific waivers are granted when it is determined that complying with certain regulatory requirements may not be feasible or necessary for a particular product without compromising safety, efficacy, or quality. These waivers are usually evaluated on a case-by-case basis, taking into account scientific evidence, risk assessment, and the specific context of the product.
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