Since the publication of criteria for the production of finished pharmaceuticals in 1963 by FDA, USA, followed by the formulation of the maiden issue of British GMP (Orange Guide), several other official bodies in a number of countries have published GMPs. Over the intervening years GMP guidelines have been revised, updated and additional guidelines have been adopted as supplement to the original guidelines. Currently GMP is regarded as the combination of all the essential and best practices used in the manufacture of drugs and medicinal products as well as processed food to fulfill certain requirements. Recently UK, ASEAN countries and many national bodies have updated their country’s GMP guidelines. United States has recently updated its own version and published as cGMP. WHO GMP has also been updated recently.
How participants will benefit after the course:
The GMP Training Program will help you refresh your existing knowledge on GMP and provide you with in-depth knowledge and insight into the subject. It will supplement the previous concept and knowledge up-to-date. The training will also give the participants the ability to identify the shortcomings towards the implementation of acceptable GMPs in participant’s own place of work. It will also enable the participants to undertake periodic GMP compliance audit, and may serve as training for the trainers (TOT) on GMP.
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