The term “GMP” stands for Good Manufacturing Practices, which entails a system of processes, documentation and procedures for specific industries such as cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and food. The purpose of GMP is to ensure that products are produced to consistent, high-quality standards and covers all aspects of the manufacturing process from raw materials to finished goods.
This workshop will introduce participants to the general purpose of GMP and includes:
Workshop participants interested in further training/support for a GMP program in their organization, specific to their industry, can do so through the IMC upon completion of the workshop.
Martin is a Senior Food Production Executive with over 15 years of experience in food safety, quality management systems and process improvement practices. Experience includes growing a confectionary specialty food company from $16M to $38M including operations, purchasing, vendor contracting and quality management. He has also demonstrated success in managing financial goals, personnel and implementation of information systems. Martin’s expertise extends to analytical thinking skills, broad management skills and thriving in a rapidly changing environment.