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GDP Audit Services in India

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GDP Audit Services in India
GDP Audit Services in India
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CIL provides GDP (Good Distribution Practices) audit in India & abroad.GDP (Good Distribution Practices) Food Safety Audit  Companies turn to CDG to ensure their foodsafety polices and procedures are defined and implemented through third party,independent verification. Why GDP Food Safety Audit, A GDP Food Safety audithelps ensure that the products you are storing and transporting are safe forhuman consumption. It requires knowledgeable food safety professionals to makea dedicated effort to ensure food safety polices and procedures are in placeand enforced.  A GDP Food Safety audit isa stepping stone to preparing your company for accredited certification to SQF,FSSC 22000 and BRCGS that CDG can provide for you. Companies who complete an CDGGDP audit will benefit from, GDP audit Third party, independent verification ofprocesses or procedures, Validating effective and proper allergen management  the no 1 cause for recalls, Ensured adherenceto applicable prerequisite programs, Strengthened programs for compliance toregulatory requirements, Showing due diligence to provide safe products toconsumers. What is a GDP Food Safety Audit, A GDP Food Safety Audit focuses onpreventing contamination and reducing risk. The audit is broken up into threeareas, FOOD SAFETY SYSTEMS, Management Responsibility, Product Adulteration or Contamination,Allergen Program, HACCP Program (optional), Food Security or Food Defense, FoodSafety Training. QUALITY HANDLING OF PRODUCT, Written Food Safety or FoodQuality Procedures, Supplier or Service Provider Monitoring, CustomerComplaints,  Recall program, Withdrawal,and Product. Traceability.GOOD DISTRIBUTION PRACTICES, GDP Program, Facilities(Premises), Employee Practices and Processing Practices,  Preventative Maintenance and Equipment,Storage and Transportation, Handling of Food Products, Foreign Material ControlProgram, Air and Water Quality, SSOPs, Restroom and Break Room Requirements,Cleaning Equipment and Chemicals, Cleaning, Sanitation and HousekeepingProcedures, Pest Control. Manufacturers of medicinal products have to make surethat the products will be distributed under controlled conditions. Therefore,wholesalers, transport companies, warehouses and other partners in the supplychain will have to be selected carefully. An ongoing supervision of theseorganisations is necessary. It is the aim of the GDP Group to provide astandardized scheme to audit GDP compliance at all levels of the supply chain.1.GDP Self Assessment, Wholesalers, transport companies, and warehouses maycontact us for a self assessment audit. Depending on the size of theorganization and their facility we perform a 1 to 4 day audit.2. GDP ComplianceAudits, GMP Compliance Audits can only be performed on behalf of a manufacturerof medicinal products. We offer to audit all organisations involved in thedistribution channel. Audits my last between 1 and 4 days and will be performedby experienced GDP Auditors. Contact us for more information. Good DistributionPractice (GDP) is a quality system for warehouses and distribution centres thatprocess medicines. Historically, GDP only covered the movement of finishedproducts from manufacturing sites to wholesalers, retailers, and patients.These parts of the supply chain are still covered by GDP, but the guidelinesare now applicable throughout the whole supply chain, from raw materials to thefinished product and everything in between.The EU added this enhanced GDPrequirement to its guidelines in 2013 because of increased globalisation, thesensitivity of certain therapeutic drug molecules, and the stricter controlsthat are now required to maintain the quality and integrity of medicinalproducts.Failure to adhere to the guidelines at any point in the supply chain,including all intermediate points of storage and transport, can have a seriousimpact on the quality of the product.Is Good Distribution Practice Essential, Forcompanies involved in sourcing, storing, and transporting APIs and otheringredients for pharmaceutical manufacturing, the adoption of GDP is a crucialtool to ensure patient safety, product integrity, and product availability. Itis also essential for similar reasons for companies involved in thedistribution of finished products to the end user.

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