Pharmaceutical GMP Training Videos
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Elementary principles of cGMP for the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry
A series of 7 modules illustrating the principles and mandatory requirements of GMP that apply to the manufacture of a pharmaceutical product.
GMP Training Video for Medical Devices
For production employees of medical device companies who may be unfamiliar with the concept of current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP).
A General Introduction to GMP
A short induction programme, suitable for any new employee working in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry for the first time. The emphasis is on accountability in what they do - in every part of the organisation - and personal responsibility to the people who use their products.
Batch Manufacturing Records and GMP for Primary Operations (APIs)
For process operators employed in the manufacture of active pharmaceutical ingredients.
Batch Manufacturing Records and GMP for Secondary Operations (Dosage Form)
For process operators involved in the formulation and manufacture of medicinal products in final dosage form.
Packaging and GMP
For operators working on packaging lines.
Standards of Maintenance and GMP
For maintenance personnel who work in pharmaceutical manufacturing areas, including instrument mechanics.
Warehouse Procedures and GMP
For all warehouse personnel.
A series of three modules which examine, in uncomplicated terms, the most common causes of product contamination, their origins, and methods of control.
Pharmaceutical Hygiene - Part 1 (Introduction)
The potential consequences of distributing a contaminated product. Common sources of product contamination. Methods of detecting the presence of contamination. A basic introduction to microbiology. Personal hygiene and protective clothing. The importance of good housekeeping.
Pharmaceutical Hygiene - Part 2 (Contamination Control)
Checking each delivery of raw materials. What to look for. Storage conditions. The risk of 'adulteration'. Process water as a potential source of contamination. Environmental and particulate contamination. Cross-contamination.
Pharmaceutical Hygiene - Part 3 (Cleaning)
Design of equipment and facilities in order to keep contamination under control. Importance of following validated cleaning and sanitising procedures. Using approved materials. Importance of drying equipment after cleaning. Potential harm in allowing water to stagnate in vessels and equipment. Protection of equipment after cleaning. Documentation. The impact of maintenance work in relation to pharmaceutical hygiene. Cleaning floors. Sanitising drains.
A series of two modules illustrating the principles of granulation employed in the production of medicines in tablet form, and the causes and remedy of tablet imperfections.
Principles of Granulation
Suitable as an induction programme for granulation operators.
Good Control Laboratory Practice (GCLP)
This training DVD, in three parts. demonstrates how Good Control Laboratory Practice contributes to Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and demonstrates the basic requirements of GCLP in a pharmaceutical manufacturing environment.
GMP in R & D
To be compliant, investigational materials intended for human administration must now be prepared according to cGMPs, even though the synthetic routes and formulations may still be in the course of development.
This is a series of three training DVDs which draws attention to GMP issues in the development, manufacture and packaging of medicinal products for clinical trials.
Suitable for: Development Scientists - Biochemists - Biologists - Technicians - Chemists
Drug Substance Synthesis and GMP
Where does GMP begin in R & D? How does GMP in R & D differ to GMP appropriate to the manufacture of medicinal products for sale?
Manufacture of Medicines for Clinical Trials
The difference between producing medicinal products for sale and producing development products for clinical trials.
Packaging of Medicines for Clinical Trials
The differences between packaging medicinal products for clinical trials and packaging medicinal products for sale. Operating procedures. Cleaning. Potential sources of contamination. Documentation. Consequences of failure to work to GMP. What else can go wrong?
A Regulatory Inspection
A Regulatory Inspection - Dosage Form
For all personnel on site who need to fully understand the importance of a Regulatory Inspection.