GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICE

This is a two days course. The manufacturer of medicinal products has the responsibility to ensure that their products are fit for their intended use, comply with the requirements of Medicine Registration Licence and GMP Licence and do not place patients at risk due to inadequate safety, quality and efficacy. The basic concepts of Quality Assurance Management, Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), Quality Control Laboratory, Validation and Quality Risk Management are inter-related. They are described in this course to emphasize their relationships and their fundamental importance A comprehensively designed Quality Assurance and GMP Compliance Management System must be implemented by the pharmaceutical company in order to achieve the quality objective. GMP requirements stipulates that senior management of the pharmaceutical manufacturer is responsible for the attainment of this quality policy objective. This requires the participation and commitment by personnel in many different departments and at all levels within the pharmaceutical company and by the company’s suppliers, vendors and by the distributors.

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