CTFA to host GMP training for cosmetics manufacturing

The safety of cosmetic products is an issue often on the minds of manufacturers, raw material suppliers and regulators. The International Standardization Organisation (ISO) has published ISO 22716:2008 as a guidance on the safe manufacturing of cosmetic products under a Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) regime. Regulators in several countries and regions have adopted this standard. The South African Draft regulations also require that the principles of this standard be implemented for local compliance.

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ISO 22716

ISO 22716 provides a comprehensive approach for a quality management system for those engaged in the manufacturing, packaging, testing, storage, and transportation of cosmetic finished products

This training aims to promote the understanding of GMP across the entire cosmetics product supply chain. In addition, it provides a resource for those organisations interested in implementing the specific requirements of the standard in order to support their business at a domestic or international level within the cosmetic industry.

Date      : Wednesday, 14 August 2019 

Time      : 09H00 – 15H30

Venue    : 59 Woodlands Avenue, Hurlingham Office Park, Block B, Ground Floor, Suite 2, Hurlingham

Programme-GMP-training

Who should attend

This course has been designed for everyone involved in manufacturing of cosmetics from operators, quality control, quality assurance to senior management.

Topics covered

 Part I :

  • role of GMP
  • responsibilities within the company structure
  • training programme
  • premises, equipment
  • an insight into the supply chain and the role of GMP in procurement
  • receipt and storage of raw materials.

  Part II:

  • role of GMP in the manufacturing process
  • packaging operation
  • finished product storage
  • shipment and returns
  • product waste handling
  • subcontracting processes
  • role of the Quality control laboratory – documentation
  • out of specification product handling
  • product deviations
  • role of quality assurance – product complaints and recalls
  • internal audits.

Training Cost

R950.00 part 1 & 2 – CTFA Members

R1150.00 part 1 & 2 – Non-Members

RSVP  to info@ctfa.co.za

An invoice will be supplied once booking is made. Delegates are only allowed to attend once payment is received.