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Batch certificate rev 5 final _adopted during 62th gmdp iwg meeting in may 201

Internationally harmonised requirements for batch in the context of Mutual Recognition Agreements, Agreements on Conformity Assessment and Acceptance of Industrial Products and other appropriate arrangements on GMP with the European Union. 7 Westferry Circus Canary Wharf London E14 4HB United Kingdom
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Internationally Harmonised Requirements for Batch Certification in the context of Mutual Recognition Agreements, Agreements on Conformity Assessment and Acceptance of Industrial Products and other appropriate arrangements on GMP with the European Union. In the framework of Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRA), the Sectoral Annex on Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) requires a batch certification scheme for medicinal products covered by the pharmaceutical annex. Batch certification is also required in the Agreements on Conformity Assessment and Acceptance of Industrial Products (ACAA) and other appropriate arrangements on GMP between third countries and the European Union (EU). The internationally harmonised requirements for the content of the batch certificate of a medicinal product are provided in this document. Each batch of medicinal product transferred between countries having appropriate arrangements on GMP, must be accompanied by a batch certificate issued by the manufacturer in the exporting country. In the framework of MRAs all manufacturing sites must be located in the country issuing the certificate or in another MRA country, if reciprocal arrangements are in force. In the framework of the European Union's ACAA with Israel (once in operation) all quality control sites must be located in Israel or the EU. This certificate will be issued further to a full qualitative and quantitative analysis of all active and other relevant constituents to ensure that the quality of the products complies with the requirements of the marketing authorisation of the importing country. The batch certificate will attest that the batch meets the specifications and has been manufactured in accordance with the marketing authorisation of the importing country, detailing the specifications of the product, the analytical methods referenced, the analytical results obtained, and containing a statement that the batch processing, packaging and quality control records were reviewed and found in conformity with GMP. The batch certificate will be signed by the person responsible for certifying that the batch is suitable for release for sale or supply/export. The importer / site of batch release of the medicinal product is to receive and maintain the batch certificate issued by the manufacturer of the exporting country. Upon request, it has to be readily available to the staff of the regulatory authorities of the importing country. This certification by the manufacturer on the conformity of each batch is essential to exempt the importer / site of batch release from re-control (for the EU, see Directive 2001/83/EC Art. 51.2 and Directive 2001/82/EC Art. 55.2). Where applicable this batch certificate shall also be used for non-finished medicinal products such as intermediates, bulk or partially packed products. This certificate may also be used for active pharmaceutical ingredients and investigational medicinal products used in clinical trial authorisations. The terminology may need to be adapted as per the Glossary. These harmonised requirements have been agreed bilaterally by the European Union with the regulatory authorities of the following countries: Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, New Zealand and Switzerland. 7 Westferry Circus Canary Wharf London E14 4HB United Kingdom
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Common Part

Content of the Batch Certificate for Medicinal Products
(Note: For equivalence of terminology refer to the Explanatory Notes and Glossary) [ LETTER HEAD OF EXPORTING MANUFACTURER ] 1. Name of product 2. Importing country 3. Marketing authorisation number or Clinical Trial Authorisation Number 4. Strength/Potency 5. Dosage form 6. Package size and type 7. Batch number 8. Date of manufacture 9. Expiry date 10. Name, address and authorisation number of all manufacturing sites and quality control sites 11. Certificates of GMP Compliance of all sites listed under 10 or, if available, EudraGMP reference 12. Results of analysis 13. Comments 14. Certification statement 15. Name and position/title of person authorising the batch release 16. Signature of person authorising the batch release 17. Date of signature 7 Westferry Circus Canary Wharf London E14 4HB United Kingdom
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Common Part

Explanatory Notes and Glossary
Name of product
Proprietary, brand or trade or proper name in the importing country, as applicable. For
Investigational Medicinal Products (IMPs) the code number as referred to in the clinical trial Importing Country
Marketing Authorisation Number or Clinical Trial Authorisation Number
The marketing authorisation number of the product in the importing country. For IMPs, the
Clinical Trial authorisation number or trial reference to be provided when available.
Strength/Potency
Identity (name) and amount per unit dose required for all active ingredients/constituents. IMPs
include placebos and the manner in which this information is provided should not unblind the Dosage form or pharmaceutical form, e.g. tablets, capsules, ointments
Package size and type
This would be the contents of container and vials, bottles, blisters etc
Batch number
or Lot number related to the product. Unique combination of numbers, letters or symbols that
identifies a batch and from which the production and distribution history can be determined. Date of manufacture
In accordance with national (local) requirements of the importing country.
Expiry date
The date placed on the container/label of a product designating the time during which the
product is expected to remain within the authorised shelf life specifications authorised by the
importing country, if stored under defined conditions, and after which it should not be used. Name, address and authorisation number of all manufacturing and quality control sites
All sites involved in the manufacture including packaging/labelling and quality control of the
batch should be listed with name, address and authorisation number. The name and address
must correspond to the information provided on the manufacturing authorisation. Certificate of GMP Compliance of all sites listed under 10 or, if available, EudraGMP
reference number
Certificate numbers and/or EudraGMP reference numbers should be listed under this item. Results of analysis.
Should include the authorised specifications, all results obtained and refer to the methods used
(may refer to a separate certificate of analysis which must be dated, signed and attached). Comments/remarks
Any additional information that can be of value to the importer and/or inspector verifying the
compliance of the batch certificate (e.g. specific storage or transportation conditions).
Certification statement.
This statement should cover the fabrication/manufacturing, including packaging/labelling and
quality control. The following text should be used: ”I hereby certify that the above information is authentic and accurate. This batch of product has been manufactured, including packaging/labelling and quality control at the above mentioned site(s) in full compliance with the GMP requirements of the local Regulatory Authority and with the specifications in the Marketing Authorisation of the importing country or product specification file for Investigational Medicinal Products. The batch processing, packaging and analysis records were reviewed and found to be Name and position/title of person authorising the batch release
Including the name and address, if more than one site is mentioned under item 10.
Signature of person authorising the batch release
Date of signature
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Common Part

Glossary of equivalent terms used in the Certificate template (non-
exhaustive)

active substances = active pharmaceutical ingredients/constituents batch = lot dosage form = pharmaceutical form manufacturer = fabricator manufacturing/manufacture = fabrication manufacturing authorisation = establishment licence medicinal product = pharmaceutical product = drug product quality control = testing 7 Westferry Circus Canary Wharf London E14 4HB United Kingdom
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EU Revision History
Revision 4 - Draft 3 EU agreed, awaiting MRA partners comments Revision 4 – additions to include investigational medicinal products Revision 5 – editorial changes, extension of use of the certificate to other 15 September 2010 arrangements on GMP and addition of quality control sites was agreed; draft subject to comments of MRA/ACAA partners; Revision 5 – addition of a glossary and adoption by GMDP IWG 7 Westferry Circus Canary Wharf London E14 4HB United Kingdom
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Source: http://www.austria-qp.at/PDF/mra_batch-certificate_27-09-2011.pdf

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