Quality in distributing medication and active principles
The process for distributing medication constitutes a complex chain involving many people and processes. The implementation of good distribution practices are highly important and valuable, as they allow for a significant reduction of potential risks associated with the distribution of medication.Good practices are divided into ten key activities, which constitute a management system for both administrative, human and technical aspects. Certification for the good distribution of medication and active principles, as well as ensuring that distribution services are compliant with legislation in force, certifies other key aspects, such as training the people involved, a specific documentation system, validations, risk analysis, safety, traceability, etc.
The certification process establishes three-year cycles with annual follow-ups to guarantee that the organisation keeps its quality system in place in accordance with good practices for distributing medication and active principles.
This certificate is aimed at the sector ofmedication and active principle distributors.
The certification of good distribution practices for medication and active principles can be integrated with the management system
Once the audit process is over, the organisation obtains:
Good distribution practices