The US Federal Government has required that each of its interested parties submit a Worksheet on the second section of their I-9 form. This worksheet should contain their employee name, title, employer, employment period, and job duties. It must also contain their full name and contact information. These are all included in the Federal Forms, but there are several other types of forms which the federal government requires from interested parties.
The most basic type of government filed paperwork is the FDA forms. This particular category is probably the least important of all of the other types of government worksheets. It contains three sections, and they all have very specific requirements that must be followed.
The first section of the FDA forms has seven tabs. These are listed from one to seven, in alphabetical order. Each of these sections consists of a few questions, each of which is categorized into two general categories. First is the “General” category, which has questions on things like “Specific Food,” “Specific Food Ingredients,” “Specific Dietary Supplements,” “Specific Drug,” and “Specific Ingredients.” The second section is the “Essential Health Information” category, which includes “Health Related Tests,” “Health Related Questions,” “Health Related Answers,” and “Medical Language.”
In the entire United States, the FDA is in charge of regulating most drugs and drug ingredients. It is not allowed to allow anyone else to sell anything that has this medical purpose. Every person involved in the manufacturing of any of these products is required to make certain that all of their product has all of the necessary safety information on it. Even if the product does not have all of the specific guidelines, the FDA still requires the manufacturers to follow the law.
The second section of the FDA forms contains a large number of questions. Each of these questions consists of four to six sections, and each section consists of a list of questions which may not be answered. The manufacturer is required to answer each question and be completely truthful in answering each of them.
The third section of the form contains a question that asks for the applicant’s medical history. The information requested here is usually only going to be used by the FDA for its licensing and inspection purposes. Any information found that can lead to a lawsuit is not needed.
The fourth section asks about the applicant’s background and education in the area of public health information. It should only contain accurate information and it should be complete. For example, it could contain information on: a person’s involvement in international health organizations, their role in national public health events, and their involvement in disease prevention and control programs.
The fifth section of the form asks for the applicant’s relationship with the manufacturer. If the applicant is related to the manufacturer by blood or marriage, the information asked for in this section is protected under the Freedom of Information Act. It should only be asked for when it is relevant to the FDA and the applicant’s actions are legally protected under the law.