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GMP Checklist Template is a tool used to verify compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) in regulated industries. It helps organizations to ensure that all necessary safety, quality and regulatory requirements are in place before the production of goods. The template provides a structured set of questions to guide users through the GMP process. It is an essential resource for companies to ensure that products meet quality standards and regulatory requirements. Use Lumiform to assemble reports and assign actions to authorized personnel when hazards are detected.
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Traps and bug lights correctly positioned & in good condition
Cabinets are free of debris, clean and in good condition
No signs of food, drink, tobacco in any area other than designated areas
Cleaning supplies/tools/ lubricants are stored properly.
No jewellery (earrings, watches, rings, etc) worn in manufacture areas.
Doors are left closed when they are not in use.
No chemicals deposited near exposed product
Hand washing practices are being followed
No evidence of spitting or any misbehaviour.
Equipment, cleaning utensils and chemicals are clean and stored in the right location
Uniforms are worn correctly and in good condition.
No food containers are used for nonfood use.
No usage of raw or finished product packaging for trash or scrap
Footbath stations are in acceptable condition
Cleaning tool stations are in adequate condition
Safety glasses are being worn and in good condition.
Safety shoes are worn and in good condition.
Bump caps/hard hats are being used and in good condition.
Gloves, goggles & chemical safety suits are being used while foaming and in good condition.
Hearing protection is being used and in good condition.
Goggles & face shields used if necessary.
No unsafe behavior observed.
Only site-issued knives are used.
No cupped channel supports or other dust catchers
No equipment is rusting out or leaking product.
No badly stained equipment, floor, etc
There is no equipment open to contaminants.
No solid bottom guards or supports not accessible for cleaning
No damaged insulation or insulation covers
No oil or grease leaking into the product zone
No areas are in need of painting.
No signs of water leakage/oil leakage.
No temporary repairs using tape, burlap or other materials.
No water condensate in contact with product.
There is proper care of associates buildings (restroom, break room, locker room, etc)
No broken glass in any facilities.
Lighting is appropiate in area.
There is no standing water.
The perimeter fence is unaffected.
Exterior walls are unaffected.
Light fixtures are protected.
Fitting waste-handling systems are installed (storage, etc).
Ceilings are prevent harborage.
All exterior doors are locked.
Storage locations/cabinets are clean, neat and unaffected.
All boxes and containers are clearly labelled.
Employees are wearing correct PPE
Employees observe no unsafe behavior.
Hazardous waste are unaffected.
Oil and petroleum sources in good condition (All labelled, no leaks, upright, and spill kits available)
No co-mingled trash.
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The GMP Checklist Template is a comprehensive document for assessing the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) standards of a manufacturing facility. This template is designed to help manufacturers stay compliant with GMP regulations, as outlined by the World Health Organization (WHO). The checklist covers a broad range of topics, including personnel qualifications, facilities, storage conditions, product quality control, and more. It is easy to use and can be tailored to fit the specific needs of any manufacturing organization. With the help of this template, manufacturers can ensure they are meeting all GMP standards, helping to protect the safety and quality of their products.
Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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