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PS 9000

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QualityZoneQuality assurance is leading most packaging companies towards ISO 9000 registration. The Pharmaceutical Quality Group (PQG) of the Institute of Quality Assurance (IQA) has produced a code of practice - PS 9000 - which details the application of ISO 9000:2000 to suppliers of pharmaceutical printed and contact packaging materials.

Over 60 suppliers throughout Europe have taken the opportunity to extend the scope of their ISO 9000 certification to comply with the pharmaceutical supplier code of practice. This standard acknowledges the current agreed expectations of the quality systems as they relate both to GMP and ISO 9001:2000.

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Who are the Pharmaceutical Quality Group?

The Pharmaceutical Quality Group is a group for professional quality practitioners within the pharmaceutical industry. The group is incorporated within the United Kingdom's Institute of Quality Assurance. The group organises regular meetings on matters of relevance to Quality Assurance and Good Manufacturing Practice within the pharmaceutical industry. It maintains close liaisons with other UK organisations such as the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) and the UK Medicines Control Agency (MCA). A series of monographs on pharmaceutical quality assurance have been published and have received wide acclaim and usage in the industry throughout the world.
What are their Objectives?
  • To promote the open exchange of information and experience concerning pharmaceutical quality matters;

  • To promote the development of a consistent approach to pharmaceutical quality and Good Manufacturing Practices;

  • To promote the status of, and to represent, Qualified Persons and other pharmaceutical quality assurance professionals;

  • To promote education and training in the achievement of pharmaceutical quality, in line with current requirements for continuing professional development (CPD).

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