Without well-written, thorough and appropriate SOPs, a firm cannot achieve GMP compliance.
Cary, NC (PRWEB) February 10, 2015
With the quality and purity of dietary supplements recently being called into question, establishing a quality system is paramount to ensuring products are safe. Writing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) is the first step in creating this system for a manufacturing facility. InstantGMP and EAS Consulting Group will host a webinar, “SOPs: The Foundation of a Quality System,” on Tuesday, February 24th at 1 PM EST.
The webinar will cover:
- Why SOPs are needed
- Information that should be included in a SOP
- Examples of how SOPs would be applied at different steps in the production process of a dietary supplement
“InstantGMP has always been committed to making GMP compliance easy,” said Dr. Richard Soltero, President of InstantGMP. “Partnering with EAS on this webinar is one more way we can help dietary supplement manufacturers come to grips with understanding these requirements.”
“Documentation is the cornerstone to any firm’s quality system,” said Dean Cirotta, President of EAS. “Without well-written, thorough and appropriate SOPs, a firm cannot achieve GMP compliance. Therefore, we are pleased to partner with InstantGMP to provide this very valuable training on the importance of Standard Operating Procedures in an FDA regulated environment.”
The cost to attend is $25 and interested parties can register for the event via Eventbrite - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sops-the-foundation-of-a-quality-system-tickets-15460433573
InstantGMP, Inc. develops cloud-based electronic batch record software and SOPs that reinforce Good Manufacturing Practices. These software systems were developed to meet standards specific to the pharmaceutical industry and were recently updated for the Dietary Supplement industry. Please visit the Resource Center at InstantGMP.com for articles, videos and tutorials on GMP compliance.
About EAS Consulting Group, LLC
EAS Consulting Group specializes in FDA regulatory matters in the supplement, pharmaceutical, medical device, food, tobacco and cosmetics industries, including assistance in tailored compliance trainings, 483 responses, mock-FDA audits, labeling compliance and more. EAS is staffed with former industry experts and FDA officials who have expertise in both FDA policies and enforcement.