Understand and Apply the Principles of GMP as it Applies to the Food Manufacturing, Food Packaging and Pharmaceutical Industries
Good Manufacturing Practice or GMP is a set of quality assurance practices promoted by regulatory authorities (including the WHO and US FDA) to ensure manufacturing processes are rigorously set and monitored. This training is designed to help you implement into an organization the increasing legislation and guidance on goods within the manufacturing industry.
GMP compliance is widely-accepted as the best way to conduct business, putting product quality first. The course is aimed principally at personnel occupying supervisory and management roles who need detailed explanation of GMP, requirements of GMP and how it works. The GMP course will also be of benefit anyone in the manufacturing (including food, food packaging and food packaging manufacturing) and pharmaceutical industries who have had no significant GMP training previously.
At the end of this course, you will be able to review general and specific requirements for documentation and records, review the way in which a self-inspection programs should be carried out, discuss aspects of good practices in production and quality control. You will understand the roles and duties of key personnel and departments in GMP implementation (i.e. production and quality personnel), and the importance of personnel training to GMP. You will learn best practices in complaints and recalls handling, self-inspection and quality audits. You will learn and be able to apply key considerations for GMP audit.