The documents in question include the Developmental Safety Update Report (DSUR) which replaces the previously used Annual Safety Report (ASR), furthermore the Periodic Safety Update Report (PSUR) as well as the Risk Management Plan (RMP).
What does ASR stand for?
ASR stands for Annual Safety Report (clinical trials)
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We have 424 other meanings of ASR in our Acronym Attic
- Ambiguity-To-Signal Ratio
- American Safety Razor (Verona, VA)
- American Smelting and Refining Co
- American Society of Rocketry
- American Sociological Review
- American Sugar Refining
- Analyte Specific Reagent
- Anatomic Surface Replacement
- Anelastic Strain Recovery
- Anniston Software Repository
- Annual Salary Review (various organizations)
- Annual Staff Report
- Annuario Statistico Regionale (Italian: Regional Statistical Yearbook)
- Answer Seizure Ratio
- Answer Supervision Rate (telecommunications)
- Answer/Seizure Ratio (ITU-T)
- Antenna Structure Registration (Federal Communications Commission)
- Anti Slip Regulation (automotive)
- Antriebs-Schlupf-Regelung (German: Traction Control; vehicles)
- Application Site Reaction (medicine)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Overall deaths declined to 692 compared with 855 a year earlier, according to the annual safety report by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
The annual safety report helps improve a community's decisionmaking capabilities by presenting areas where policies need to be changed, safety has to be emphasized, assumptions need to be modified, and funding has to be increased or shifted.
He was speaking as the HSE published its annual safety report which confirmed safety figures that were announced in provisional form in September this year.
A booklet on how to sharpen knives, the kind of safety movies people were watching [but] none of the annual safety reports that the USDA was supposed to file.
In August 2011, the FDA released a new guidance concerning the Development Safety Update Report (DSUR) which regulators are accepting in place of the previously required Investigational Annual Report submitted to the FDA and the EU Annual Safety Report submitted to the EU annually.