GMP

Good Manufacturing Practice

Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP): A GMP is a system for ensuring that products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards. It is designed to minimize the risks involved in any pharmaceutical, food supplements, foods packaging and productions industry that cannot be eliminated through testing the final product. GMP is the most recognized compliance and quality management system standard for Food Supplements, Foods Production, Pharmaceuticals Companies of world. It sets out the requirement of compliance and quality management system and can be used by any organization, large or small, regardless of its field of activity.

GMP Compliance and Certification is mandatory for pharmaceutical, food supplements, foods packaging and productions industry. Without GMP can not produce, distribution and promotion the products worldwide. GMP is compulsory needed for fulfillment of government compliance and regulation of any country.

GMP Compliance have been implemented ten standard principles as below:
Principle No. 1 Writing detailed step-by-step procedures that provide a roadmap for controlled and consistent performance.
Principle No. 2 Carefully following written procedures to prevent contamination, mix-ups and errors.
Principle No. 3 Promptly and accurately documenting work for compliance and traceability.
Principle No. 4 Proving that systems do what they are designed to do by validation work.
Principle No. 5 Integrating productivity, product quality, and employee safety into the design and construction of facilities and equipment.
Principle No. 6 Properly maintain facilities and equipment.
Principle No. 7 Clearly defining, developing and demonstrating job competence.
Principle No. 8 Protecting products against contamination by making cleanliness a daily habit.
Principle No. 9 Building quality into products by systematically controlling our components and product related processes such as manufacturing, packaging and Labeling, testing, distribution and marketing.
Principle No. 10 Conducting planned and periodic audits for compliance and performance.