The Good Distribution Practice for Drivers course is aimed at drivers. This includes, but is not limited to, professions such as:
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|Introduction to GDP for Drivers||This lesson provides an introduction to Good Distribution Practice (GDP) for Drivers. We will cover the basics of the GDP regulations as they apply to transport companies. We will also outline some of the main requirements for GDP compliance – including the need for training of personnel involved in the transport and distribution of pharmaceutical products.|
|Transport Refrigeration Basics||This lesson provides an introduction to transport refrigeration, and covers the fundamentals of transport refrigeration including key terms and concepts. Topics covered include the cold chain, heat, temperature control, and airflow.|
|Refrigeration Unit Operation||This lesson covers the basic operation of Transport Refrigeration Units, or TRUs. It covers the main operating modes of the refrigeration unit, and explains the common tasks that need to be performed.|
|Risk Assesment||In this lesson we are going to discuss a procedure you can use to assess and reduce the risk of a manual handling tasks.|
|Transport Equipment Specification||This lesson covers transport equipment design and specification for ensuring product quality and safety, including typical TRU specifications and box specifications.|
|Good Loading Practices||This lesson provides an in-depth look at good loading practices for transportation of pharma products. Topics covered include pre-trip checks, loading patterns, packaging, and sanitation.|
|Good Hygiene Practices||This lesson provides an introduction to basic hygiene practices. Topics covered include personal hygiene, protective clothing, box sanitation, and record-keeping.|
|Monitoring and Traceability||This lesson explains the need for monitoring and traceability throughout the cold chain. Topics covered include dataloggers, telematics, record-keeping, and en route compliance.|
|Certification Quiz||When you have completed all the lessons in this course, you can take this quiz to achieve certification for Good Distribution Practice for Drivers.|
Title: Good Distribution Practice for Drivers
Duration: 120 minutes
Certification: Digital Certificate
Cost: $ per person
This course will provide and introduction to Good Distribution Practice (GDP) for Managers. The course will cover the current EU and UK GDP regulations, transport refrigiration basics, refrigiration unit operation, good loading practices, good hygene practices and monitoring and traceability in the cold chain.
This course will provide a guide to security for drivers - particularly those involved in transporting high value goods. Developed with the help of security experts, this course covers planning, en-route security, dealing with security incidents, and much more.