Q00 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (QMS)

WHAT IS A QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM?
A quality management system (QMS) can be expressed as the organisational structure, procedures, processes and resources needed to implement quality management. Our website provides templates for policies, procedures, processes, forms and system to enable you to build your QMS. The QMS required will depend on the type, nature and size of your organisation.

Regulators and institutions (FDA, ISO, PIC/S, ICH, WHO) have taken steps to harmonize on a QMS Model with the following major sections:
1) Management Responsibilities
2) Resources
3) Manufacturing Operations
4) Evaluation Activities
Please open and print our QMS flowchart for ease of reference.

WHY DO WE NEED QMS?
A QMS enables an organisation to achieve the goals and objectives set out in its strategy and policy.
A QMS:
– provides consistency and satisfaction in terms of a process, method, materials, equipment, etc,
– interacts with all activities of the organisation, beginning with the identification of customer requirements and ending with their satisfaction, at every transaction interface.

A fully documented QMS will ensure the following requirements are met:
– The customers’ requirements – confidence in the ability of your organisation to deliver the desired product and service consistently meeting their needs and expectations.
– The organisation’s requirements – both internally and externally, and at an optimum cost with efficient use of the available resources – materials, human, technology and information.

Our QMS Flowchart is based on the merging framework of:
– FDA Guidance for Industry – Quality Systems Approach to Pharmaceutical CGMP Regulations (September 2006)
– ISO 9001:2008 standards for a Quality Management System (QMS)
– ICH-Q10 International Conference on Harmonisation – Pharmaceutical Quality Systems

OUR WEBSITE OFFERS:
Our Team at www.gmptemplates.com with combined decades of experience, will help you to implement your QMS by offering industry proven procedures and standards.

YOUR NEXT STEP TO ESTABLISH QMS:
– State your Company’s philosophy and commitment to implement a quality management system. Then define the importance of QMS in the execution of manufacturing activities or projects to produce quality products. Please refer to Q04-00-01 Policy Statement on QMS.
– View and understand our QMS Flowchart and translate to your organisation’s requirements
– Apply a “risk-based” approach – highlight and prioritize the procedures, methods and standards that you wish to introduce to your facility. Then select from our library of templates.

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The SUB-CATEGORIES within the Quality Management System are shown below.

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