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GMP: An Introduction to Good Manufacturing Practice for Medicinal Products (CGMP01)

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Method of Training: Online / Self-paced eLearning.
Credits: 1.5 CPD Credits.
Duration: ~1.5 hour(s).
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Enrollment Period: 3 months.
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Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) is a set of rules for medicines manufacturers to follow so that their products are safe, effective, and of good quality. The rules may be written into law or set out in guidance documents from regulatory authorities. Regulators will not allow medicinal products to be placed, or to remain, on the market in their country unless the products can be shown to be manufactured in compliance with GMP. To this end, they carry out inspections of manufacturing plants. Companies that persistently commit serious breaches of GMP requirements have suffered huge fines.

All manufacturing personnel must receive initial and ongoing training in the theory and practice of GMP. Everyone who works in a processing, quality control, packaging, or warehouse environment for a pharmaceutical or biotechnology company, or one of their contractors, must understand why GMP is important, how it applies to them, and how to comply with it. This module provides an ideal induction and refresher course in the basics of GMP. We begin by explaining what GMP is and why it is necessary. We then set out its main principles. Finally, we focus on two aspects of GMP that apply to everyone in the manufacturing environment: hygiene, cleaning, and sanitation; and documentation.

Once all course requirements have been satisfied, a Certificate of Completion is immediately available. Course takers can attempt the final assessment any number of times, as needed, in order to achieve a passing grade.

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COURSE OUTLINE:


Module overview:
An outline of the module's scope and objectives, and notes on terminology.

GMP... what and why:
This session explains what GMP is and why it is important, and it gives some lessons from history. It introduces the regulations and guidance documents which are the source of GMP rules. Finally it touches on regulatory inspections and the consequences that can arise from failure to comply with GMP requirements.

Principles of GMP:
In this session we present an overview of the main principles of GMP, and we outline some things that manufacturing personnel need to do to comply with requirements. We identify the principal goals of GMP as: prevention of contamination; prevention of mix-ups; scrupulous documentation; validation and maintenance of processes and equipment; quality assurance by an independent unit; and training. We place GMP in the context of a company's quality management system.

Hygiene, cleaning, and sanitation:
Prevention of contamination is one of the most important goals of GMP. Contamination of product is often difficult to detect, so GMP rules emphasize preventive measures, including: attention to personal health and hygiene, and the wearing of special clothing, by staff; and cleaning and sanitation of premises and equipment. In this session we set out the basics of GMP requirements in these vital areas.

Documentation and records:
Comprehensive documentation of procedures, formulas, work instructions, and specifications, and thorough recording of batch data, are fundamental requirements of GMP. In this session, we explain why documentation is so important, identify different types of document required, and set out some simple rules for recording and correcting data.

Assessment:
Multiple-choice mastery assessment.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:


Who will benefit from this module?
Everyone who works in, or has occasion to enter into, a manufacturing environment in the pharma/biotech industry should have access to this module.

Learning objectives
- State what GMP is and describe why it is important
- Identify sources of GMP rules in regulations and internationally standardized guidance
- Identify major goals of GMP, outline what manufacturers must do to achieve them, and list some of the things that you need to do in order to contribute
- Comply with basic requirements regarding hygiene, cleaning, and sanitation
- Comply with basic requirements regarding documentation

Full List of Programs in the Catalog:



GMP: Good Manufacturing Practice in Cleaning and Sanitation: Cleaning and sanitation of premises and equipment are essential to efforts to prevent contamination of product, and they need to be done in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) regulatory requireme ... Learn more

GMP: An Introduction to Good Manufacturing Practice for Medicinal Products: Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) is a set of rules for medicines manufacturers to follow so that their products are safe, effective, and of good quality. The rules may be written into law or set out in guidanc ... Learn more

GMP: Good Documentation Practice: Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) for medicinal products relies on documentation. Good Documentation Practice (GDocP) is that part of GMP that applies to the creation, maintenance, use, and retention of documen ... Learn more

GMP: Good Manufacturing Practice for the Warehouse: The warehouse plays a crucial role in a medicinal products factory. This module explains the requirements of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) for the warehouse, and how to comply with them.We begin with an int ... Learn more

GMP: Good Manufacturing Practice in Packaging Medicinal Products: Packaging operations constitute the last manufacturing step before release of a product to the market. They convert bulk product to the final product.Packaging for medicinal products is subject to Good Manufact ... Learn more

GMP: Good Manufacturing Practice in Processing Medicinal Products: Operations in the dispensary and on processing lines are at the heart of medicinal product manufacturing. This module describes how to carry out such operations in compliance with the requirements of Good Manuf ... Learn more

GMP: Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA) in Medicinal Products Manufacture: A company's Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA ) system establishes how personnel should deal with manufacturing problems that have occurred or that may occur if not prevented. This module explains the prin ... Learn more

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