Good Manufacturing Practice

Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) is a term that is recognized worldwide for the control and management of manufacturing and quality control of active pharmaceutical ingredients, foods, pharmaceutical products and medical devices. GMP regulations and guidance are designed to ensure that products are consistently produced and controlled to quality standards. Most countries have promulgated regulations and guidelines defining GMPs and require that pharmaceutical manufacturers comply with their own GMP guidelines.

Benefits of GMP certification or registration include:

  • Increases protection of your brand and minimizes risks
  • Prepares your facility for regulatory inspections
  • Helps your facility to build a strong quality and GMP program
  • Reduces the number of GMP audits and financial costs associated with audits
  • Helps in fostering a culture of product safety and quality within your organization
  • Demonstrates your commitment to product safety and quality to your customers