GMP Posts

The Supplier Qualification Framework – Assessment, Responsibility, and Control

The Supplier Qualification Framework – Assessment, Responsibility, and Control

Florian Czaszewicz, Industry Solutions Consultant, Pilgrim Quality Solutions

Last week, I had the opportunity to explore the Life Sciences Supplier Qualification and Control Framework along with Nicky Dodsworth of Premier Research, Dr. Benjamin del Tito of the Biologics Consulting Group, Peggy J. Barry of Synergy Consulting, and The Knowledge Group. In today’s post, we’ll review key takeaways from Pilgrim’s portion of the webinar. If you’d like to view the entire webinar, you can watch the on-demand version of Life Sciences Supplier and Contractor Qualification and Control Framework Explored here.
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Deviation Management and the Next Level of GMP Compliance

Deviation Management and the Next Level of GMP Compliance

Kari Miller, Vice President of Regulatory and Product Management, Pilgrim Quality Solutions

Despite the best efforts of industry and regulators alike, quality issues are on the rise. Product complaints are up, along with product recalls, drug shortages, product bans, plant shutdowns, and enforcement actions. This means that industry and regulators alike are looking for answers.

Fortunately, many of these answers lie within your existing deviation management processes and data. The key is understanding the true driver behind Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), and then structuring your deviation and quality management processes accordingly.
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I18N L10N: Keys to a Global Quality Management System

I18N L10N: Keys to a Global Quality Management System

Sandy Carson, Marketing Communications & Events Manager, Pilgrim Quality Solutions

What is I18N L10N? Secret code? Part of an algebraic equation? A chemical compound? No, it’s not that mysterious or complex. It simply refers to the key elements needed to support enterprises in today’s global marketplace.

I18N is industry talk for “Internationalization.” The acronym represents the first and last letters of the word – I and N – and the 18 letters in between. (more…)

The Anatomy of Great Risk-Based GMP Audits

The Anatomy of Great Risk-Based GMP Audits

Roxane Napoli, Marketing Manager, Pilgrim Quality Solutions

If you’re responsible for planning and carrying out your company’s internal audits, you know how much planning and effort it takes to monitor your quality system for GMP and ISO compliance. As your quality system has matured, you’ve probably noticed that certain sites, departments, or processes require more of your attention, while others are consistently in compliance and don’t need as much assistance. If this is the case in your organization, it’s time for you to consider a risk-based approach to your internal quality system audits. (more…)