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GDP ( Good Distribution Practice ) online course
Advantages Of Online Learning
In NBScience , a few of the biggest advantages of Good Disribution Practice online education are as under:
It enhances student-to-student and faculty-to-student communication.
Students can share perspectives among themselves.
Instructors are more accessible.
Students experience a sense of equality.
It enables student-centered teaching approaches.
Different learning styles are accommodated.
Instructors can allow increased opportunity for student exploration.
There is an increase in rehearsal time thereby benefitting those who ‘learn by doing’
24/7 accessibility to GDP course materials is possible.
With continual availability of course contents, students no longer need to worry about accessing
it ‘in time’.
While traditional form of education forced physical participation, and distance Good Disribution Practice education wasn’t anything better, online learning makes it possible to altogether avoid physical attendance.
Good Distribution Practices (GDP) is a quality system for warehouse and distribution centers dedicated for medicines. Internationally accepted pharmaceutical GDP regulations stipulate that distributors of pharmaceutical products must align their operations with the standards. The scheme ensures that consistent quality management systems are in place throughout your entire supply chain, from the early delivery of raw materials to the manufacturing plants, to the final shipment of finished drugs to the end user. An independent assessment of compliance against international GDP requirements is the most effective way to establish that your quality management system aligns with GDP guidance.
During the pharmaceutical GDP certification process, our highly-qualified auditors analyze your processes and policies, along with those of your supply chain partners to ensure that you consistently deliver good quality products as intended pharmaceutical manufacturers.
A valid GDP certificate by NBScience demonstrates that your organization is committed to quality in every aspect of your service, and to being a vital partner of the healthcare supply chain. Contact us to learn more about the Good Distribution Practices certification for Pharmaceutical Industry process.
Dr. Werner Gielsdorf, HSC- Germany
General Manager of TACIS project of European Commission in CIS, Manager of UNCTAD, WTO, ITC ,
EU, World Bank, UNCTAD/WTO,
trainer of GCP, GLP, GDP,GMP
Dr.Zadorin Eugene, PhD, MBA
International BioPharmaceutical Association,
Lehrman healthcare Council, First Clinical Research LLC Speakers
Bureau, former head of consulting Group of the Department of Clinical Research
( 2006-2008 ).
The pharmaceutical industry has the responsibility not only to manufacture effective and safe products, but also to ensure that they are delivered to the patient in a safe and controlled manner. Management of the supply chain is a critical activity which requires adequately designed facilities, documentation systems and trained staff. Online GDP training course will cover the regulatory requirements developed by the EU and USA regulators as well as the WHO (World Health Organisation). Delegates attending this course will be provided with information on how to design and manage warehouses, select contractors, temperature map their warehouse, develop temperature monitoring system and manage transportation of their products. In addition guidance will be given on preparing SOPs, documentation and preparing facilities for EU/USA regulatory inspections. Interactive workshops especially designed to enable participant exchange views, share experiences with others and, our expert tutor while being guided through key aspects of pharmaceutical supply chain management.
Course will be of interest to the following industries:
Suppliers of vaccines
Supplier of services to the above industries
Qualified Persons/Responsible Persons
Quality Assurance managers/Quality Control Managers
Regulatory Affairs Personnel
Professionals from Distribution and Logistics Functions
Contract Warehouse Managers
EU Legislations on Wholesale Distribution
EU Guidelines for Wholesale Distribution Practice
Role of Qualified Person and Responsible Person
Premises and facilities
Cleaning & ‘cleanability’
Security and product integrity
Control of contamination/cross contamination
Temperature control & Monitoring – what is required
Staff selection and qualification
Document control and maintenance
Preparing training packages
Identifying what is required
how to develop a standard format and structure
critical SOPs for a warehouse
preparing SOP training packages
Non Compliance Management
investigation of non-compliance
reporting and documentation
corrective action and preventive action planning (CAPA)
returns of non-defective medicinal products
security and QA decision
Emergency Planning and Recall
investigation and reporting
corrective action planning
control of product and facility contamination
Packaging & Re-labelling
facility and equipment requirements
SOPs and Documentation
Warehouse Management System
reporting and action planning
Decision process for outsourcing
Contractor selection process
Audits of contractors
Modes of transportation and challenges they offer Air
Vehicle design consideration
Temperature monitoring & control
Non compliance reporting and action planning
Cold Chain Management
Facility design consideration
Monitoring during storage and transport
Training and control
Dealing with out of specification situations
What to consider when mapping your warehouse/trailer
Identifying the risk areas
Planting the temperature monitors
Collating data and data evaluation
Reporting – developing recommendations
How to maintain the qualified status -On going maintenance
Preparing for Inspections
Developing self inspection programme
Action planning Root cause analysis
Maintaining inspection readiness status
Most recent regulatory and client inspection findings