Our company has introduced a quality management system (QMS) to assure the quality of the products we distribute. We, as the manufacturer of suüpplements and cosmetics, have a major interest in ensuring the safety and quality of our products. As a consequence, we have developed an HACCP concept (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) for our production plant GPH Produktions GmbH, which has been certified since 2007. In addition, GPH Produktions GmbH holds GDP certification (Good Distribution Practice). Warehousing and distribution centers of pharmaceutical products must meet the demands of customers in special ways. This is why the quality management system of Gall Pharma GmbH works according to the principles of Good Distribution Practice (GDP), certified since 2009.
Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points
HACCP is a quality-assurance tool that was conceived for the production and handling of food products. It serves the production of safe foods across the entire lifecycle. It is clearly structured and oriented towards preventive measures. The concept is intended to avoid dangers associated with food products that might otherwise lead to the sickness or harming of consumers. Rather than merely limiting damage, the goal is squarely on prevention!
Good Distribution Practice
Companies that place medicinal products on the market are obliged to comply with the Good Distribution Practice (GDP - Good Distribution Practice) guidelines. Compliance with the GDP guidelines includes seamless control of the supply chain of medicinal products and thus ensures their quality, authenticity and integrity.
Quality management for medical devices
As part of the conformity assessment procedures required in Europe, the safety and functionality of medical devices must be proven for approval. With the ISO 13485 certificate, the manufacturer of medical devices provides proof of an effective quality management system and confirms the application and further development of this system in accordance with the requirements of EN ISO 13485:2016.