Pharmaceutical Administration have become extremely essential in today's bioscience industry. It encompasses current scientific standard practices with ethical, legal and business issues. In this exciting time of drug development and clinical trials, there is an urgent demand for "Getting it Right”, the first time and every time. As a candidate for graduate study in Pharmaceutical Administration at your prestigious University, I am eager to expand my academic skills in helping people live healthier lives by using my knowledge in health care & medicine and combining my curiosity in bioscience, along with my personal traits. In my school days I had a great affinity to anything related to science and this enabled me to get a good sound knowledge base critical for pursuing the undergraduate program in
1. Introduction Lubricants are manufactured by blending various components (base oils, additives). Chemically, it is a mixture of chemicals and regulated as chemicals (Figure 11)). In Japan, many laws regulating chemicals have been promulgated and executed, and sequentially revised depending on situations (Table 1). Globally, after adoption of a global agenda for transition to sustainability in the 21st century (Agenda 21) at the UN Conference in 1992, management of chemicals has been reviewed worldwide along with adoptions of the Johannesburg agenda (2002) and the SAICAM (2006).
Industrial Product Standards Act B.E. 2511 (1968) regulates standards for industrial products. The list of standards is divided in different categories, such as consumer’s products, engineering, food, medical science, and chemical. Although, there is a standard for textile and finished garment products to be safe from the harmful color and chemicals, but it is not mandatory standards. Therefore, manufacturers can choose whether to produce and market their products conforming with the standards or not.
Abstract: Pharmaceutical industry employs cold chain management to protect the potency of drugs and vaccines before it is delivered to the customer. Temperature monitoring and control throughout the supply chain poses problems in managing the supply chain and therefore a careful planning of the cold chain is essential for the health care. Personal details- • Education Qualification: B.Tech in Chemical Engineering • Graduation College name: Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology ,Bhopal • Experience in months & company name: 11 months in Samsung Heavy Industries Cold Chain Management in Pharmaceuticals “The World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) have estimated overall wastage rates in developing
A process can contain a very hazardous liquid or gas feed or product which poses a major threat to plant personnel and its surrounding. To prevent such accidents OSHA has made PSM regulation that involve management of toxic chemicals Facilities that either use or produce toxic chemicals must comply with the OSHA PSM regulation as well as EPA risk management program regulations. Center for chemical process safety (CCPS) of American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) has issued a book that elaborate various method of analyzing process hazard and their severity accordingly. In Australia, consideration of process safety management is a key consideration for the management of Major Hazard Facilities (MHFs). PSM Management In Pakistan There is no independent law regarding PSM in Pakistan a law that tackles such issues is chapter 3 of factories act 1934.All provinces applies safety rules regarding industry under this act.
Ensure that the organization is beneficial for both employees and associates of the company. To use the technology to satisfy the needs of the market and grow with the time to stay adaptable, competitive and prompt. Mission: The mission of the Medopharm is to assist to the health care of the people across the globe by providing the quality pharmaceuticals or medicines at an affordable price and to become one of the respected and top pharma company in India and abroad. Business Beliefs: Medopharm is built around certain beliefs and ethics that are drives them to the place where they are today- as a respected pharmaceutical company. The four pillars of the business beliefs are Quality- A driving force for the company beyond the value chain.
ABSTRACT There are large numbers of bulk drug manufacturing industries and these pharmaceutical industries use large amount of water and generate considerable quantity of waste water. Most of the pharmaceutical industries use batch wise operation. Pharmaceutical industry uses conventional method such as adsorption, aeration, etc. which are not successful in reducing the contaminants as the waste of these industries are very toxic in which bacteria used in aeration cannot survive. So, we need to develop alternate method which can reduce the concentration of contaminants.
1.0 Pharmaceutical development: Pharmaceutical product development consist of a series of systematic processes can be divided into the following steps. 1. Pre clinical phases 2. Clinical trial phases Pre clinical phases: New chemical entities are compounds which emerge from the process of drug discovery. Drug development is required to establish the physicochemical properties of the NCE.
It is helping the industry in setting up and modernizing abattoirs by providing technical consultancy for production of hygienic meat and meat products and for utilization of slaughterhouse wastes to prepare animal by products with value addition. Setting up quality control and analytical laboratories for meat and meat products to meet the required domestic and international market standards are being undertaken. Meat producers and entrepreneurs are being promoted and trained to adopt Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points (HACCP), ISO-22000 in meat production. Market surveys are undertaken to help the industry to create market intelligence, data base and its dissemination on regular basis for improvement of the meat
They are responsible to develop legally recognised standards, and advice on government controls and regulations concerning the manufacture and supply of medicines. They will advise the members of the public and other health professionals about medicines, including appropriate selection, dosage and drug interactions, potential side effects and therapeutic effects. They should be involved in the management of pharmaceutical companies. They are responsible for the quality of medicines supplied to patients and ensuring that the supply of medicines is within the law. They are responsible to ensure that the medicines prescribed to patients are suitable.