Standard Operating Procedures
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What are Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)?
SOP's are living documents that detail written instructions describing specific steps to follow in all activities under defined conditions. SOP's are necessary to ensure the continuity of processes to achieve quality performance and quality products/preparations.
Who needs Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)?
All organizations, businesses, etc. should have SOPs.
When do you need Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)?
When you start writing your business plan, it is a good time to start writing SOPs. If you have passed that milestone, start now.
Why do you need Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's)?
To ensure quality performance and preparations; this is accomplished by ensuring proper and consistent personnel policies, operational standards and use of equipment, space, chemicals and commercial products.
SOPs are generally accompanied by specific documentation requirements. Documentation serves as a permanent record that the SOPs are being followed and the required important information on the operation of your pharmacy is recorded. If you don't document, it didn't happen!
Where do you get Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's) for Pharmacies?
Right here at IJPC's CompoundingToday.com! Download and personalize to your pharmacy from any of the categories listed above.
What Standard Operating Procedures do I need for PCAB recognition?
IJPC and CompoundingToday.com have created a matrix to cross-reference these SOPs with the PCAB requirements. You can download a copy from the compliance section.