Good Distribution Practice Certificate
Regulatory Guidelines and Standards
Good Distribution Practice (GDP) certification is a voluntary scheme for interested companies seeking certification by HSA attesting to its conformity with the standards described in HSA’s Guidance Notes on GDP, in relation to the storage and distribution of therapeutic products, medicinal products or active pharmaceutical ingredients. Interested parties may include third party logistics companies, etc. A GDP Certificate is issued when the company's quality system has been audited and found to comply with HSA's GDP Standard and is valid for 3 years from the date of audit. A fresh application is required to be submitted upon the expiry of GDP Certificate if the company is interested in re-certification.
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