RSSL responds to change in Good Distribution Practice guidelines

Published: 3-Apr-2013

Extra dates for courses covering the changes for distributors wishing to ensure their licence meets the new requirements

The new 'Commission Guidelines on Good Distribution Practice (GDP) of Medicinal Products for Human Use' introduce massive changes in the expectations on companies involved in distributing pharmaceutical products. The new guidelines have radically altered the working landscape for wholesale distributors, freight forwarders, agents and brokers, and everyone else involved in the distribution of pharmaceutical products.

Distributors that wish to ensure that their licence meets the new requirements, will have a lot to do to make sure they meet the standards that the industry is trying to set.

RSSL ran its first course covering the changes in the GDP guidelines just a day after they were published last month. Extra dates for courses covering these important changes have been set for 9 April, 21 May and 13 June.

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