Good agricultural practices (GACP) and good manufacturing practices (GMP) for Cannabis and Cannabis-derived products training session is intended for producers, master growers, cultivation and operations teams and business executives who are looking to learn more about GACP, GAP/GHP , GPP and GMP and guidelines to standardize and control consistency of cannabis production. This session will explore regulations and compliance through specific requirements for medicinal cannabis, the design and implementation of quality management systems (QMS), including hygiene, what makes a batch, batch traceability, basic record keeping (Good Documentation Practices or GDocP), quality risk management and Corrective and Preventive Actions (CAPA).
- Health Canada Good Production Practices
- USDA Good Agricultural Practices Good & Handling Practices
- EU Good Agricultural Practice – GAP guidance
- WHO Good Agricultural & Collection Practice – GACP guidance
- Overview of standard operating procedures (SOPs) GACP
- How to develop a Risk Management Plan that ensures a strong value chain of traceability, safety and quality
- How to identify and address current business gaps for compliance success GACP into GMP
- How to establish data efficacy and operations efficiency from seed to sale
- Analyzing GMP from a cultivation perspective
- Gain insights into GACP vs GMP and the positive impacts for day-to-day operations
- Take away simple tools to start implementing GACP growing standards for GMP compliance
- Better understand what GACP and GMP means for your cultivation teams
- Assess your business’ readiness for GMP certification and compliance
- Understand the principles, guidelines, and application of Global GAP (Good Agricultural Practices Standards) for outdoor/indoor medicinal cannabis cultivation and processing up to flower/buds.
- Understand the benefits of implementing Global GAP principles
- Interpret requirements in the context of an audit, and from an auditor’s perspective
- Become informed on how to implement the standard and remedy non-conformance in your facilities
- Prepare for a third party audit towards certification
Who should attend?
GACP and GAP principles are recognized globally. So, Anyone producing, manufacturing, or selling food or cosmetic related products needs to take this training.
– Training material and practical examples will be distributed
– A Certificate of Training completion will be issued to the participants who have attended the training course.
Kossi Molley, Chemist, LSSBB, Chartered Trainer – Sr Manager, M&OpEx