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  • Saddam Huq
  • Distribution & Cold Chain Expert
  • United Kingdom
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Course description

An in-depth look at the EU GDP Guidelines and their application in areas of transport. Topics covered during the training will highlight deficiencies identified during regulatory inspections of wholesale distributors involved in the transport of temperature-sensitive medicinal products. This will include ambient medicinal products as they are also temperature-sensitive products.

Day 2 will focus on the practical application of how to perform risk assessments and perform qualification activities to meet regulatory expectation, reduce product waste/rejection and ensure quality products are distributed to patients.

Key topics

Premises and equipment

Management of subcontractors

Qualification of temperature-controlled sea shipments

Passive shipping systems qualification

Qualification of temperature-controlled vehicles

Thermostability and Temperature excursions management

Digital supply chain

Key takeaways

Your role in the supply chain is critical to ensure patient safety

A quality culture needs to be led and seen from top down

Compliance is a driver for business and continuous improvement

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