Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)

Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) is a system which helps you ensure that manufactured goods intended for consumption are of consistent and high quality.

It is implemented within pharmaceutical, cosmetic and food industries alike and is referred to within regulations by countries around the world.

GMP should always be part of a larger quality management system and is limited to manufacturing, with disregard to other aspects like product design and serving conditions.

This is also why GMP is often seen as to be part of an HACCP plan which covers all aspects of the value chain, and thus includes stages before and after the manufacturing process as well.

What are GMP requirements?

GMP requires you to follow a set of guidelines with regards to the manufacturing plant and its personal, the procedures used and the way in which documentation takes place.

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