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Australian code of GMP for therapeutic goods - sunscreen products (1994)
The Australian Code of Good Manufacturing Practice for Sunscreen Products 1994 was revoked effective from 1 July 2010 and replaced by the PICS Guide for Good Manufacturing Practice for Medicinal Products 2009, as adopted in Therapeutic Goods (Manufacturing Principles) Determination No. 1 of 2009. The 1994 GMP Code for Sunscreen Products remains available here for comparison purposes.
Australian code of GMP for therapeutic goods - sunscreen products
This code of good manufacturing practice for sunscreen products was intended specifically for manufacturers of sunscreen products which are required to be listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods.
- Buildings and grounds
- Personnel and training
- Factory sanitation and personal hygiene
- Manufacturing procedures
- Contract manufacture
- Quality management
- Use of computers
- Referenced and recommended standards and publications
- Key interpretations from the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989