Sop For Technical Agreement

There are many ways to describe and create contracts. There are, therefore, many variations in contractual models today. Since there are no legally binding requirements for contractual names or content, it is important that each company creates its own contractual structure – which should be as simple as possible and used consistently. Boundaries are always individual agreements. The content and scope may vary depending on the outsourced task. To make things easier, you can use the standard models of our SOP “Technical Agreement and Delineation of Pharmaceutical Responsibilities,” which can be easily adapted and extended. This master`s document model for technical quality manufacturing, over 35 pages in length, clearly defines the obligations of the contractor and the interdator and is extremely advantageous for both parties. The proposal contains all the necessary agreements, agreements and controls to avoid any misunderstanding that could lead to a product or work of unsatisfactory quality. 1 Subject to this agreement 1.1 Field of Application 1.2 Technical Information 2 Information and Management Responsibilities 3 Delivery and Manufacturing 3.1 Locals 3.2 cGMP Guidelines 3.3 Materials 3.3.1 Materials obtained by LESS 3.3.2 Materials: Batch numbering by CONTRACT GIVER 3 .4 Master Charge Record 3.5 3.6 Batch numbering 3.7 Manufacturing date 3.8 Reconditioning and preparation 3.9 Manufacturing and installation data 4 Assurance and quality control 4.1 Sample collection 4.2.1 Test 4.2 1 Packaging raw materials and components 4.2.2 Process Test 4.2.3 Finished Product 4.3 Release Procedure 4.4 Documentation 4.4.1 Documentation 4.4.2 First Three Lots 4.4.3 Requirements for Complete Documentation 4.

4.7 Refus du PRODUIT par CONTRACT GIVER 4.8 Conflit Résolution 4.8.1 Problèmes analytiques 4.8.2 Assurance et problèmes environnementaux 4.9 Inspections réglementaires 4.10 Contrôle annuel DES PRODUITS 4.11 Droit à l`examen 4.12 Mesures correctives provenant des audits 4.13 Post Marketing Issues 4.13.1 Défauts , die nach Genehmigung durch SUPPLIER 4.13.2 Produktbeschwerden 4.13.3 PRODUKTrückruf 4.13.3 PRODUKTrückruf festgestellt wurden 4.13.4 Medizinische Überwachung und unerwünschte Arzneimittelreaktionen/-ereignisse (ADR/E) 4.13.5 Kontakt mit Registrierungsstellen 5 Abweichungen und Untersuchungen 5.1 Abweichungen 5.2 Fehleruntersuchungen 6 Änderungskontrolle 7 Prozess und Analysefähigkeit – Validierung 7.1 Analytische Methodenvalidierung und Ausrüstungsqualifizierung 7.2 Reinigung 7.3 Facility and Utilities Qualification (DQ, IQ, OQ) 7.4 Prozessvalidierung (PQ) 8 Laboratories 8.1 Compliance 8.2 Equipment 8.3 Dokumentation 8.4 Vertragslaboratorien 9 Personal, Gesundheit & Sicherheit 9.1 Personal 9.2 Gesundheit, Sicherheit und Umwelt 10 Lagerung und Versand 10.1 Versand an CONTRACT GIVER 10.2 Versand an CONTRACT GIVER Kunden 11 Vertraulichkeit , Nutzungsbesbeschr-nkung 12 Garantien – Haftungen- Entsch-digung 12.2 Gew-hrleistung12.2 Guaranteehaftung Haftungsausschluss 12.3 Beschrunkung der Abhilfema-nahmen 12.4 Freistellung 13 Versicherung 14 Laufzeit, K-ndig, Auswirkungen auf Kondigung 15 H-here Gewalt 16 Sonstiges 16.1 Positionen 16.2 Abfindung 16.3 Verzicht 16.4 Abtretung 16.5 Mitteilung 16.6 Vollstundig 16.7 Gegenst-cke 16.8 Best-cke 17 Geltendes Recht – Streitigkeiten 17.1 Geltendes Recht 17.2 Zust-ndigkeit 18 TECHNISCHE INFORMATIONEN mit 9 Anhangs Leseprobe “Technische Vereinbarung und Dedelimation of pharmaceutical responsibilities” The e-book is protected by password to prevent copying and the change of content.

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