The quality system of Pharma C includes a pharmaceutical GxP standard policies and guidelines that cover all the activities which may affect the quality of the Cannabis raw material and products provided by Pharma C to its customers, which includes among others:
- Quality policy.
- Document management system.
- Supplier’s evaluation and qualification process.
- Handling of deviations and quality complaints.
- Training system.
- Product Recall procedure.
growing through manufacturing, storage, distribution and dispensing.
Each Pharma C supplier is being carefully assessed and reviewed by Pharma C Quality Assurance Manager before being qualified as an approved supplier. The assessment includes:
- Quality questioner filled by the supplier.
- Review of the supplier’s certifications including GxP, business licenses, and other related certifications and approvals.
- Signing of a Quality Agreement that covers the services and products provided by the supplier.
- Audit of the supplier’s quality system and operational site.
The Medical Cannabis quality & security regulations and procedures are designed to ensure that the quality of the supply chain of medical cannabis, which includes growing, production, storage and distribution of medical cannabis products, will be of the highest quality, as similar as possible to the quality standards applicable in the pharmaceutical industry.
The following quality standards are implemented by the IMC to verify the quality of Medical Cannabis:
IMC – GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) –defines the quality standards and documentation for the growing of medical cannabis.
IMC – GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) – defines the quality standards and documentation for the production of medical cannabis raw material and finished products.
IMC – GDP (Good Distribution Practices) – defines the quality standards and documentation for the storage and distribution of Cannabis raw material and products.
IMC – GSP (Good Security Practices) – defines the quality standards and documentation for securing the Cannabis supply chain, from growing through manufacturing, storage, distribution and dispensing.