Internal audits are a huge help in maintaining regulatory compliance. It is critical to comprehend how to incorporate internal audits into our compliance program.
Cannabis Compliance is complicated and ever-changing. That much we can all agree on. However, when building your business, compliance doesn’t have to be so hard. Building a strong foundation rich in resources can set you and your team up for success when tackling compliance. In this piece, we break down the fundamentals of how to overcome the struggles of compliance with grace.
The key to a confident and successful audit is preparation, preparation, and more preparation. My Six Tips will assist you in being prepared and staying confident during a Health Canada (HC) Inspection.
Licensed producers must have previously been fearful or anxious about an approaching Health Canada inspection. The concerns are mostly because an auditor’s non-compliance report may jeopardize all they have worked so hard for, including obtaining their licence and building their business plans.
Now, you don’t have to worry because we are here to help you.
It has been seen over the years of cannabis legalization in Canada that Canadian cannabis licensed producers (LPs) are involved in obtaining EU-GMP certification for their facilities. Compliance with EU-GMP results in high-quality products for distribution in the Canadian market, as well as the opening of the market for medical exports to European nations.
As more LPs express interest in getting their facilities certified for EU-GMP compliance, we will first explore what EU-GMP is and why we need it, what is good agricultural and collection practices (GACP), as well as who and why we need a Good Distribution Practices (GDP), according to European Medicine agency (EMA).