Introduction to Good Distribution Practice (GDP)
Our Introduction to GDP Training provides an overview into the Good Distribution Practice Guidelines, the roles and Responsibilities of the Responsible Person (RP) and the competent authorities that enforce the rules and regulations to ensure compliance when handling and distributing medicinal products.
The pharmaceutical industry is a highly regulated sector where the paramount focus on minimising the risk to patient safety has led to significant changes in recent years.
The course would be beneficial for any personnel involved in pharmaceutical distribution looking to obtain a general understanding of GDP and the regulations a Wholesale Distributor of medicinal products must adhere to. The course will also provide an insight into the competent authority and their role in ensuring patient safety.
Why This Course?
If you are working in an environment which is signed up to following the European Good Distribution Practice guidelines, EVERYONE in the organisation needs to be aware of the implications of this and what these guidelines are all about. This course is a high level introduction which is aimed at everyone, and is taught by live trainers online.
Why use us?
PCL RPs, have been both ‘Employed’ and ‘Contract’ RPs for several companies and have a wealth of experience. We provide a personal and bespoke service to fit your needs. We are competitive and will come to your location if required, in addition to our scheduled courses.
Who should attend?
This course will benefit:
- Quality managers
- Personnel in regulatory compliance
- Distribution & Warehouse staff
- Supply chain management
- Customer service
- Pharmacy team members who want to wholesale medicines
Learning outcomes & guidance on the following:
- Quality Management
- Premises & Equipment
- Complaints, Returns, Suspected Falsified Medicinal Products & Medicinal Product Recalls
- Outsourced Activities
- The Role of The Competent Authority
- Competency Questionnaire
- GDP and RP ‘Roles and Responsibilities’
- Temperature Mapping, Monitoring & Validation
- Audits of procedures, policies, up and coming changes.
- QMS, Management of incidents & complaints & inspections
- Insight into buying and selling medicines