Good Distribution Practice Training (GDP requirements)
Good Distribution Practice Training Course
GDP compliance requirements
The objectives of this Good Distribution Practice (GDP) online training module include helping industry employees, contractors/vendors/transport drivers, warehouse workers and Quality Team members to discover:
- why compliance with good distribution practice (GDP) regulations is important
- why good Quality Management Systems are required (QMS and PQS – Pharmaceutical Quality Systems)
- requirements for personnel, premises and equipment involved in storage, inventory-taking, handling, transport, recordkeeping and delivery of pharmaceutical products or medical devices (including PPE)
- how to handle and control stock
- how to deliver the manufacturer product(s) to customers, including dealing with cold chain requirements
- how to deal with complaints, returned goods, and counterfeits
- GMP self-inspection requirements
- measures to minimise cross-contamination and mix-ups
Who should take this Good Distribution Practice (GDP) training course?
- Quality Managers and Responsible Persons
- Quality Management teams
- Warehouse personnel
- Logistics teams and shipping personnel
- Transport drivers/warehouse workers
- Transportation industry contractors
- Transport and shipping industry employees
- Others involved in GMP compliance and/or product distribution (chemists/pharmacists etc)
How long will it take to complete the online GDP compliance course?
Course duration: Allow 1 to 1.5 hours to complete this course.
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