GMP Certification: Good Manufacturing Practice
Provide the end user with effective and pure products by implementing GMP Certification In Maldives.
What is GMP Certification?
GMP is the acronym of Good Manufacturing Practice. Following GMP guidelines is a strong commitment to the compliance with the international GMP standards. Good manufacturing practices are the practices required to conform to the guidelines recommended by agencies that control the authorization and licensing of the manufacture and sale of food and beverages, cosmetics, pharmaceutical products, dietary supplements, and medical devices. Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) is a system for ensuring that products are consistently produced and controlled according to the quality of the standard compliance. It is designed and framed to minimize the risks involved in the process of any pharmaceutical production, cosmetics, beverages and, etc that cannot be eliminated or ignored in the final product.
GMP is promulgated by the US Food and Drug Administration under the authority of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (See Chapter IV for food, and Chapter V, Subchapters A, B, C, D, and E for drugs and devices.) These regulations of the GMP standard, which have the force of the law of legal as well as a local authority, requires that the manufacturers, processors, and packagers of drugs or relative dealers of medical devices considerably take proactive steps to ensure that their products are safe, pure, and effective for usage and will be effective without posing any danger to life.
Benefits of GMP Certification
- Eliminate instances of contamination, mix-ups, and errors
- Protects the consumer from not effective or even dangerous products
- Address issues including record keeping of any errors or mistakes
- Sustain Quality of the Product
- Increases Customer Satisfaction
- Develops motivation among the team workers and employees
- Continuous improvement in the process and product
- Boost export opportunities
- Trust build-up in the market
Why you need GMP Certification?
In general, Pharmaceutical firms and biotechnology companies follow GMPs or also known as cGMP, where “c” stands for the current usage of method and technology in the manufacturing practice to ensure their products are manufactured adhering to specific requirements of GMP standard. GMP Compliance is regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Requirements of GMP Certification
Mostly, GMP Certification requirements are very general and open-ended allowing the manufacturer to implement necessary controls such as:
- Establish and Maintenance of equipments, cleaning, calibration, and validation
- Establish Laboratory Controls
- Establish Production and In-process controls
- Demonstrate Documentation and record-keeping of GMP procedures
- Establish complaint handling and Recalls team
- Conduct internal Audit
Which Organization needs GMP Certification?
GMP is required by all the Pharmaceuticals, Manufacturers of Medical devices Biotech, Bulk drug API manufactures, Formulators and Food Processors, Bulk drug API manufacturers, Cosmetics and other life-science industries/companies for their effective production of the products. The Certificate lasts for 3 Years and requires regular Surveillance and Re-Certification after the expiry of the GMP Certificate.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What does GMP Conformity means?
Good Manufacturing Practice(GMP) is a system for verifying the quality of the products. It is planned to consistently control and improve the quality of the products. It also minimizes the risk involved that cannot be eradicated through testing.
What golden rule to be followed for GMP?
Rule1. Initially start outlying the facility.
Rule2. Develop & Confirm the process.
Rule3. Write the process and procedure.
Rule4. Allocate the work.
Rule5. Keep regular check.
Rule6. Train the employees.
Rule7. Practice and implement good hygiene.
Is GMP certification mandatory?
GMP protects the product from any defect and maintains consistency in quality. People, processes, premises, products, and procedures including paperwork are 5PS on which GMP focuses. In certain regulated segments, a product can be considered “adulterated” if the product breach or does not obey current good manufacturing guidelines which although has passed all the specified tests. Therefore, GMP is mandatory in such areas. If QA/QC, Logistics are present then it is the organization’s call to implement GMP.
How much does GMP cost to an organization?
According to the FDA amendment cost differ for small scale companies (less than 20 employees) and companies (more than 20, but lesser than 500 employees). Usually, it depends on the size of the organization.
Who is accountable for GMP?
GMPs are applied under Title 21 CFR by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States. The regulation uses cGMP means current good manufacturing practices to set out their guidelines.
How does a Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certification scheme works?
Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certification scheme works based on the Maldives Standards on codes of practice available in the related discipline.
Areas focused to be monitored while implementing GMP in an organization:
- Establishment – Design, facilities, equipment, and maintenance
- Control of operations
- Cleaning and sanitation
- Personal hygiene
- Product certification
- Pest control
- Waste management
- Packaging and labelling etc