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SGS organizes a Course on Good Distribution Practices (GDP’s) that will take place next May 28th and 29th at SGS in Madrid’s premises.  

The course will explain the updates implemented in November 5th 2013 guidelines for distributors of human consumption medical products, the changes implemented in October 11th 2013 RD on distribution of human consumption medical products as well as Quality Assurance.

The course, theoretical-practical mode, will provide those attending the necessary knowledge to:

  • Review deeply the implementation of a Quality Assurance system.
  • Implement and manage a Comprehensive Security System.
  • Analize the documents and requirements demanded to obtain Distribution authorization.
  • Get to know the process to maintain the cold chain and to validate transportation procedures.
  • Distinguish the requirements demanded to comply with Good Distribution Practices regulations.
  • Learn the Technical Manager and the person in possession of the authorization’s duties stated in the medical products’ good distribution practices.
  • Develop the specifications required in the internal distribution process; from reception-storage-labeling and packaging-relabeling and repackaging-transportation.
  • Review specific aspects in Falsification and medical products actuation.
  • Identify claims and complaints as well as to get to know the measures to be taken in case of product withdrawal.
  • Revise compliance of requirements via validation and self-control self-inspections (Internal Audit Process).

For more information and registrations, please contact:

Javier García Fernández
28042 Madrid
t: +34 91 313 80 00 - Ext. 8457
+34 91 313 80 68

About SGS

SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. SGS is recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. With more than 80,000 employees, SGS operates a network of over 1,650 offices and laboratories around the world.