If you operate in a Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) environment, then your warehouses for starting materials and finished products are regulated and your staff need to be clear on the rules and how to apply them.

SeerPharma offers this 1-day training course to help ensure your warehouse operations are GMP-compliant and that your organisation is protecting patient safety by ensuring product quality through Good Warehouse Practice (GWP).

GMP warehouse with pharmaceutical materials in storage on racks

Objectives

At the end of the course participants should understand:

  • GMP and how it applies to the warehouse
  • codes of practice for GMP and GWP
  • what 'compliance' means to warehouse operations

Content

In this one day course you will learn about Good Warehouse Practices for GMP compliant industries including pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical. Topics addressed include:

  • What is GMP and why is it important?
  • Who is responsible for GMP?
  • Regulator's view of GMP
  • Human factors / behaviour and GMP
  • Errors and error management
  • Goods receipt > controls > records > housekeeping > returns and recalls
  • TGA Guidance on Supplier Qualification
  • 6-step plan for Supplier Quality Assurance (QA)
  • Example GMP deficiencies
  • Managing risk
  • Good Documentation Practices

Participants

This course is suitable for GMP Warehouse Managers, Supervisors and operational personnel who are new to the industry / role as well as for refresher or ongoing training (as required by the PIC/S Guide to GMP)  of existing staff. It covers fundamental principles of GMP in the warehouse as well as current trends and how to minimise human error.

Format and Course Length: 

The 1-day course involves a lively mix of case studies / workshops and intensive tutorial sessions. The delivery method is collaborative with a small group and facilitator, which has been shown to enhance learning and critical thinking skills of participants. You will receive copies of all presentation slides and a Certificate.

Call us or click here to e-mail us and register your interest in a public session or having this course delivered on-site.

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