Good Manufacturing Practice for Medical Devices Training

26 June 2019 08:30-17:00, Reading, United Kingdom



The packing process is a complex series of operations, often performed at high speeds and against tight deadlines. Despite the increased use of many on line detection/rejection systems, the majority of pharmaceutical quality complaints and recalls are packaging related.

This course gives a detailed background into the complicated issues associated with pharmaceutical packaging. It examines all of the key stages from artwork design, component suppliers through the packing process to final product release. It also examines the important role people play in packing operations.

It identifies major areas of risk and discusses how these can be removed or managed.

This popular course is aimed at all personnel involved in any aspect of pharmaceutical packaging, including packing staff at all levels, packaging technologists, engineers, auditors, QC and QA.

This one day training course takes place in our purpose built training facilities based on the University of Reading campus in Berkshire.  All address details can be found on our website and in your Planning Your Visit pack received once you have booked a place. Please note all prices quoted on our website are exclusive of VAT.

At the end of the course you will:

  • Have an understanding of the key GMP requirements for pharmaceutical packing
  • Fully appreciate the inter related elements required to successfully run a packing operation in the pharmaceutical industry
  • Understand the risks involved in packing operations
  • Have a practical understanding of how you might be able to reduce some of these risks
  • Be in a position to challenge that adequate controls are in place for such operations

Training Suite, RSSL, Reading Science Centre, Whiteknights Campus, Pepper Lane, Reading, RG6 6LA, United Kingdom

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