Quality Assurance

A well-designed Quality Management System (QMS) blends regulatory and practical aspects. In addition to continuous improvement, periodic audits & training, QA team ensures comprehensive, adequate and effective implementation of the QMS.

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QMS

Design & maintain a code of standard for quality that meets regulatory and business requirements.

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Training

New employee orientation and Periodic re-enforcement trainings to ensure consistent execution.

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Adherence

Ensuring all departmental operations are carried out as per QMS.

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Deviations

Processes & tools for managing planned and unplanned deviations.

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Corrective Actions

Remediation of quality incidents with appropriate resolution for uninterrupted operations.

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Preventive Actions

Proactive action to prevent the occurrence of quality issues and measuring their effectiveness.

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Product Quality

Annual product quality reviews for continuous improvement and effectiveness of QMS.

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User Feedback

Soliciting and incorporating user feedback into the QMS for continuous improvement and adoption.

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Market Complaints

Managing market complaints with due attention and care so that patients get superior quality medicines.

Quality Control

From raw material induction to in-process testing to finished product testing, Quality Control department plays an important role at every stage of the product life cycle. The identity, purity, stability and potency of the products is established and ensured through rigorous adherence to predetermined specifications of globally approved Pharmacopeia (USP, BP and IP).

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Conducting physical, chemical and microbial tests on materials and products

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Issue Certificate of Analysis (CoA)"

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Maintain equipment and resources in validated/qualified status