Front-line supervisors have a crucial part to play in ensuring their teams work to Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), yet it can be a challenging role trying to ensure documentation is completed correctly, SOPs are followed, KPIs are updated and quality is upheld. And that’s without the people issues!
The GMP Training for Supervisors course provides new or established supervisors with the chance to explore people issues that could have a detrimental effect on product quality, through the use of interactive case studies. Consequently, solutions to the problems are determined and discussed by the group.
The learners also revisit the basics of GMP and review regulatory and business implications associated with GMP non-compliance.
Investigate the need for GMP
What is GMP?
GMP and its link with Quality Assurance and Quality Control
Recall the 4 Ps: People, Procedures and documentation, Production areas and equipment, and Products and components, and how they relate to GMP
Foundation blocks of GMP
Principles of GMP
Consider how supervisors' own individual behaviours can have a detrimental effect on GMP
Investigate GMP deviations, violations related to real world healthcare manufacturing scenarios, and what actions and behaviours operators and their respected supervisors should have taken
Complete evaluation questionnaire
Develop realistic action plans to encourage and utilise positive behaviours to improve GMP compliance