Friday, 24 February 2012

Schedule - G : The Drugs (Licensing, Registring and Advertising) Rules, 1976



SCHEDULE ‘G’ 

1. Contract production and analysis
1.1 Contract of manufacture shall be undertaken only by a manufacturer who hold a valid drug manufacturing license, and the contract acceptor shall/have adequate facilities, knowledge, experience and competent personnel to satisfactorily carry out the work ordered by the contract giver.

1.2 General.-- Contract production and analysis shall be correctly defined, agreed and controlled in order to avoid misunderstandings that could result in a drug or work or analysis of unsatisfactory quality. A written contract between the contract giver and the contract acceptor shall clearly establish the duties of each party had state the way in which the authorized person shall exercise his full responsibility in releasing each batch of product for sale or issuing the certificate of analysis and a copy of such a contract shall be supplied to the Central Licensing Board also.

1.3 All arrangements for contract manufacture and analysis, including any proposed changes in technical or other arrangements, shall be in accordance with the registration of the drug concerned.

1.4 There shall be a written contract covering the manufacture and or analysis arranged, under contract and any technical arrangements made in connection with it.

1.5 The contract shall permit the contract giver to audit the facilities of the contract acceptor.

1.6 In the case of contract analysis, the final approval for release must be given by the authorised person(s).

2. Contract Giver
2.1 The contract giver shall be responsible for assessing the competence of the contract acceptor in successfully carrying out the work or tests required and for ensuring by means of the contract that the principles of good manufacturing practices are followed.

2.2 The contract giver shall provide the contract acceptor with all the information necessary to carry out the contracted operations correctly in accordance with the registration and any other legal requirements and the contract giver shall ensure that the contract acceptor is fully aware of any problem associated with the product, work, or tests that might pose a hazard to premises, equipment , personnel, other materials or other products.

2.3 The contract giver shall ensure that all processed products and materials delivered by the contract acceptor to comply with their specifications or that the product has been released by the authorised person(s).

3. Contract acceptor
3.1 The contract acceptor shall not pass to a third party any of the work entrusted to him or her under the contract without the written consent of the contract giver and prior evaluation and approval by the arrangements of the Central Licensing Board, and arrangements made between the contract acceptor and any third party shall ensure that the manufacturing and analytical information is made available in the same way as between the original contract giver and contract acceptor.

3.2 The contract acceptor shall refrain from any activity that may adversely affect the quality of the product manufactured and or analyzed for the contract giver.

4. The contract
4.1 A contract shall be drawn up between the contract giver and contract acceptor that specifies their respective responsibilities relating to the manufacture and control of the product, and technical aspects of the contract shall be drawn up by competent persons suitably knowledgeable in pharmaceutical technology, analysis, and good manufacturing practices. All arrangements for production and analysis must be in accordance with the registration and agreed by both parties.

4.2 The contract shall specify the way in which the authorized person releasing the batch for sale ensures that each batch has been manufactured in, and checked for, compliance with the requirements of the marketing authorization.

4.3 The contract shall be describe clearly who is responsible for purchasing, testing and releasing materials and for undertaking production and quality controls, including in-process controls, and who has responsibility for sampling and analysis, and in the case of contract analysis, the contract shall state whether or not the contract acceptor shall take samples at the premises of the manufacturer.

4.4 Manufacturing, analytical and distribution records and reference samples shall be kept by, or be available to, the contract giver, and any records relevant to assessing the quality of a product in the event of complaints or a suspected defect shall be accessible and specified in the defect or recall procedures of the contract giver.

4.5 The contract shall describe the handling of starting materials, intermediate and bulk products and finished products if they are rejected and it shall also describe the processing of information if the contract analysis shows that the tested product must be rejected.











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