“Customers and prescribers are unable to assess the quality, efficacy and safety of medicines before use”
“To introduce general elements on quality management is an objective to this Text”
Rule No. 1: Be sure you have the correct written instructions followed before any job is done.
Rule No. 2: Always follow those instructions EXACTLY with no ‘cutting corners’
“Ask if u don’t understand If you can’t ask don’t do it”
Rule No. 3: Ensure that correct materials are being used.
Rule No. 4: Ensure that correct equipment is being used, and that is clean
Rule No. 5: Prevent contamination and mix-up
Rule No. 6: Always guard against labeling errors
Rule No. 7: Always work accurately and precisely
Rule No. 8: Keep things clean and tidy
Rule No. 9: Always be on look for mistakes, errors and bad practices, report them immediately.
“Concealing could cost lives”
Rule No. 10: Make clear, accurate records of what has been done and the checks carried out