GMP (= Good Manufacturing Practice) protects patients. GMP ensures that they receive medicinal products of uncompromised high quality. Compliance with these quality standards is imperative during the manufacture, processing, packaging and storage of medicinal products. Manufacturing authorisation will be denied to any company that fails to comply with GMP regulations. This is governed all over the world by acts of law, regulations and guidelines issued by government bodies, ministries and international organisations. Their goal is to put safe and effective medicinal products on the market with no harm to the patients.
Anyone who takes part in the production of medicinal products or active pharmaceutical ingredients must comply with GMP regulations, regardless of whether that individual is employed in
of a pharmaceutical company or supplier.
Every employee must know, follow and implement GMP regulations. Even small errors can have disastrous consequences. Such incidents can lead to official sanctions ranging from suspending sales or closing down the company, all the way to criminal prosecution of the persons responsible. The great challenge is to be familiar with all requirements, to interpret them correctly and to implement them in a timely fashion.
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In our GMP Glossary you will find over 1000 official definitions of many important terms used in everyday pharmaceutical practice.
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A helpful and easy to read guide which facilitates the entry into the complex world of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and teaches the necessary basics.