Every year, on the 2nd Thursday of November, many countries celebrate the World Quality Day.
It was first held in 1990 at the initiative of the European Organization for Quality (an independent non-profit association that brings together 40 national quality organizations in European countries) with the support of the United Nations. Subsequently, the week that includes this day was announced as the European Quality Week.
Farmak JSC takes a principled position in quality issues. The company has implemented and constantly improves the pharmaceutical quality system in accordance with current regulatory requirements (GMP, ISO and others) and the best international practices. Every year, the Company undergoes about 15 international inspections and audits.
Farmak’s 19 production sites are certified for compliance with the GMP by the State Service of Ukraine for Medicinal Products and Drugs Control; 14 production sites have GMP certificates issued by regulators of European countries (Croatia, Poland, Germany); systems compliant with ISO 9001, ISO 13485, ISO 22000, ISO 14000, OHSAS 18001 have been implemented and certified.
The system is intended to ensure and maintain the proper level of product quality and compliance with the requirements of current good practices in quality assurance, logistics, production, packaging and labeling, premises and equipment, quality control, development and research, as well as improvement of the company’s business processes.
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This edition is dedicated to Quality in all its manifestations and areas. In this edition, we discuss the following issues: How to protect oneself from drug falsification; • Where can one read about drug bioequivalence; • How are drugs disposed of; • How Farmak cares about the quality of its drugs. We remind that ‘Farmak […]
The purpose of the visit was to increase sustainability in the healthcare sector. On 15 November, Farmak welcomed the representatives of the government, non-governmental organizations, research institutes and UN system agencies within the framework of the Sustainable Procurement Workshop of the United Nations Development Programme. During the visit, the gues...