The abbreviation of GMP is Good Manufacturing Practices. Additionally, the letter ‘c’ (denotes Current) is added to ensure that an organization should follow the up-to-date technologies and systems.
Good manufacturing practices are the practices which are developed to guide the Pharmaceutical and drug products manufacturers to develop products in line with legal regulations. These practices help to control and manage the quality of foods and beverages, dietary supplements, cosmetics, medical devices, etc. Also, they help the organizations to manage the Documentation, Record keeping and Personnel qualification, Sanitation, Cleanliness, Equipment verification, Process validation, Complaint handling, etc..
Regardless of size, cGMP Certification is suitable for any organization that wishes to export its products internationally. This certification is applicable to all organizations, for example:
Integrated Assessment Services (IAS) is an independent organization for auditing and issuing management system certification and product certification. We also offer lead auditor, internal auditor, and awareness/foundation training courses. Our real-time auditors evaluate the specifications and benefits of your product expeditiously.
We offer cGMP Certification in Thailand and also in various countries such as Philippines, Bangladesh, India, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Oman, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, and Kuwait.
IAS also provides online internal auditor training courses on various ISO standards associated with its sister concern Empowering Assurance System (EAS).
IAS is the best platform for obtaining cGMP Certification for your products. We offer reliable services for the betterment of your business and the growth of the organization.
IAS follows certain processes and procedures to audit and as well as to issue certification for your product.
Step 1: Complete the cGMP Certification application form and send it to us
Step 2: Evaluation of possible directives that satisfies the requirements of your product
Step 3: Identification of applicable directives for the product
Step 4: Evaluation of technical documentation
Step 5: Audit report with improvements (if any)
Step 6: issue of cGMP Certificate