GMP provides a model on which to base a documented quality system and describes the practical activities and the controls which must be in place in order to be able to produce products which comply with their specification and are safe for use. Another model that is used for designing quality systems is ISO 9000, which is more oriented towards the management aspects of quality. GMP compliance is a means through which all companies in this industry are able to maintain quality whilst proving to be effective in the bigger business of saving people's lives through healthcare and quality treatments.
The primary objective of an ideal GMP environment is to bring about
- A high quality product being produced.
- Improved production rates.
- Operator comfort, satisfaction and safety.
- Plant Engineers
- Maintenance Managers and Supervisors
- Facilities Manager and Supervisors
In addition to the generic case studies presented during the course, exercises will be developed from the delegate’s own facilities, equipment and history. It was found that by using this method of instruction, correlation from the theoretical to the practical can be made much quicker in any future analysis performed by the participants.
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