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Good manufacturing practice (GMP) is a system for ensuring that products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards. It is designed to minimize the risks involved in any pharmaceutical production that cannot be eliminated through testing the final product. The main risks are: unexpected contamination of products, causing damage to health or even death; incorrect labels on containers, which could mean that patients receive the wrong medicine; insufficient or too much active ingredient, resulting in ineffective treatment or adverse effects. Introduction Herbal products are widely used worldwide. In the context of globalization, quality control of these products has become an increasingly important issue not only for the consumers but also for regulators and manufacturers. Laws, regulations and guidelines stipulating requirements of good manufacturing practice (GMP) of herbal products differ worldwide and harmonization is yet to achieve.
Is GMP really that important? What’s all the fuss about? The short answer is yes. In fact, GMP is a globally recognized standard and quality assurance system. It is unquestionably reliable and effective as it covers all aspects of the production process.• GMP is a vital standard that all factories must adhere to in order to ensure the safe and consistent production of consumables that will not harm the general public• As it is globally recognized, consumers and foodies all over the world trust and respect itIn a nutshell, if you wish to succeed as a factory owner today, complying with GMP is an essentiality. For the safest, most hygienic, and efficient establishment; and the consistent production of superior quality products that meet international standards, GMP is indeed of paramount importance.
Benefits of GMP Certification
1. A Facility / Company / Organization can reap the following benefits, amongst others, from implementing and Certification towards GMP or cGMP: Establishes the fact that the Organization is following to Guidelines set by WHO or FDA and including Local Nationalized standards and Guidelines.
2. Ensures hygiene and cleanliness requirements throughout the Manufacturing and Logistics Chain.
3. Good Documentation Practices- documents (eg. Manual, Procedures, SOPs, operational Controls, Risk Assessment, Regulatory Compliances, etc) and Records for evidence.
4. Design and Operation including management of processes and products related to Medical Devices, IVD products / Items, Medicines/Drugs/pharmaceuticals, active pharmaceutical ingredients, Diagnostics products/items, and Food items.
5. Establishes the Competence (including Technical) of Personnel.
6. Establishes the Organization’s system of handling Non-Conformities and Complaints, including proper reporting to Regulatory bodies, wherever required.
7. Reduction of Costs and best possible Utilization of Resources.
8. Evidence of Safe and Quality Products and Items.
9. Compliance with all International and National and Local Regulations.
10. Builds Customer Assurance and Rapport and Trust.
11. Entry to International Markets.
12. Professional Culture within the organization.
13. Reduction of Complaints, Fines, Product Returns, Re-processing, Rejections, Non-Conformities, and Claims.
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