Refresher Training Course on GMP regulations and guidelines
|Event Date/Time: Nov 19, 2009||End Date/Time: Nov 20, 2009|
|Registration Date: Nov 18, 2009|
Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) are regulations that describe the methods, equipment, facilities, and controls required for producing safe and effective pharmaceutical and biotech products.
Regulators expect the companies to have continuous training program in place and to demonstrate the effectiveness of the training delivered. Non-compliance with GMPs can be expensive, time-consuming and can result in FDA regulatory action imposed against your firm..
This one and a half a day refresher training course presents an overview of the framework and principles of GMPs, by reviewing the background and history of GMPs and defining roles and responsibilities of those affected by the requirements. In addition, this course provides insights on how to design a GMP-compliant system, and how best to comply with requirements governing component control, warehousing, storage and distribution operations. In completion of this participants will be able to implement proven validation solutions and identify current regulatory enforcement trends. They will also be able to evaluate proven strategies for implementing GMPs in preparation for an FDA inspection.
Identify recent changes in GMP-related regulations, requirements, and guidances
Identify recent trends in related compliance activities that have been published by regulatory agencies
Select key issues and problems from particular Warning Letters and compliance activities of interest
Identify examples and cases that emphasize the importance of quality systems and GMP thinking