The need for vigilance and diligence when conducting bona fide checks is integral to protecting the legal supply chain of medicines. What to look out for and how to report any suspected fraudulent activity
Recent cases of criminal attempts to sell falsified and stolen stock into the legitimate supply chain have exposed weaknesses in some supplier qualification processes. A reminder of what companies need to do to protect themselves, the public and the supply chain.
This is the final of three posts centered around the Responsible Person named on a Wholesale Distribution Authorisation (WDA) and covers the engagement of a contract RP
This is the first in a set of three posts centered around the RP named on a WDA. This post provides information on external training recognition and training providers. The second of these three posts aim to enhance the appointment of the RP and the third post will place a particular emphasis on the engagement of a contract/consultant RP.
To assist wholesalers to understand areas where significant GDP failures have been observed, the GDP Inspectorate has published the inspection deficiency data for 2016.
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