ISO 22716:2007

Cosmetics - Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) - Good Manufacturing Practices Guidelines

ISO 22716:2007 Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) is a system that ensures that products are consistently manufactured and controlled according to quality standards. It is designed to minimize risks inherent in food and pharmaceutical manufacturing that cannot be eliminated by testing the final product. GMP covers all aspects of production, from raw materials, facilities and equipment to staff training and personal hygiene. Detailed documented procedures are essential for any process that can affect the quality of the final product. Every time a product is manufactured, there should be a system in place that provides documented evidence that correct procedures are consistently followed at every step of the manufacturing process. GMP means the Good Manufacturing Practice Regulations issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration under the authority of the Federal Food, Drug, and D). E for pharmaceuticals and devices). These regulations are legally enforceable, and manufacturers, processors, and packers of drugs, medical devices, some foods, and blood are actively engaged in ensuring the safety, purity, and efficacy of their products. measures are required to be taken. GMP regulations require a quality approach to manufacturing that allows companies to minimize or eliminate contamination, mix-ups and errors. This can prevent consumers from buying products that are not effective or even dangerous. Failure of companies to comply with his GMP regulations can have very serious consequences such as recalls, confiscations, fines, and imprisonment. GMP regulations deal with issues such as records, personnel qualifications, hygiene, cleanliness, equipment inspection, process verification, and complaint handling. Most GMP requirements are very general and open-ended, allowing each manufacturer to decide how best to implement the necessary controls. This allows for greater flexibility but requires manufacturers to interpret the requirements in ways that make sense for individual companies. GMP includes and requires: Record Keeping Personnel Qualifications Equipment Verifications Sanitation Cleanliness Process Validation Complaint Handling