GOOD WHOLESALING PRACTICE 2
The third section of the Good wholesaling practices states that for the staff to be provided
with the necessary skills together with knowledge in ensuring the maintenance of the quality,
policies, and procedures has to be followed (Bonakdar, 2015). Under those circumstances, the
personnel has to be trained to perform the assigned functions. The policies and procedures are
also supposed to be developed and put in place for the selection and usage by the entire staff.
Accordingly, there should be a documented organizational structure for the identification of the
team together with their roles.
The fourth section states that there has to be policies and procedures in place so that they
can be used for stock handling and control (Bonakdar, 2015). In that case, the responsible staff
has to be provided with training on the procedure of handling spillage of chemicals. Moreover,
the spills are supposed to be cleaned immediately as the instructions in the MSDS. At the same
time, medicine has to be stored off the floor to facilitate cleaning (Bonakdar, 2015). However,
it’s only the wholesalers who hold licenses are the ones supposed to do repacking of the
medicine. Lastly, the storage areas are supposed to be organized for easy identification and
segregation of different materials stored.
In the fifth section, it is stated that there should be policies and procedures so that
adequate methods transportation are provided to achieve safe, timely delivery of the medicines
from collection to destination points. For this reason, the containers for the distribution of drugs
has to be clean (Bonakdar, 2015). Likewise, then there has to be a system in place to enable the
return of the signed receipts which are obtained from authorized recipients. Also, the system for
the employed and the contracted delivery should be put in place (Bonakdar, 2015). Lastly, a
standard operating procedure is required for the working delivery personnel to ensure safety and