Standard Operation Procedure

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POSITION |NAME |SIGNATURE |DATE | |
|Author |Steve Hocking | | |
|Global Operations Director |Paul Balkwell | | |
|Global Quality Manager |Susan Lewis | | |

|REVISED BY |DATE |ACTION |QA APPROVED BY |DATE |
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Purpose

The purpose of this document is to provide clear guidance in the handling of pharmaceutical shipments that are to be shipped on the PDP National and International network.

All PDP staff will receive specific instruction in the implementation of this OP.

PDP employees are actively encouraged to participate in highlighting suggestions that will improve this process flow, however, until such time as this OP is officially reviewed and amended Staff may not deviate from this or make their own adaptations of the process.

Any changes to the…...

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