PD CEN ISO/TR 24475:2013 - Cosmetics. Good Manufacturing Practices. General training document

PD CEN ISO/TR 24475:2013

Cosmetics. Good Manufacturing Practices. General training document

Status : Current   Published : August 2010



ISO/TR 24475:2010 is aimed at contributing to the training of personnel in cosmetic production plants within the context of the introduction of Good Manufacturing Practices. It is intended to complement personal involvement and reasoning in the implementation of ISO 22716. ISO/TR 24475:2010 covers the quality aspects of the cosmetic product, but does not take into account safety aspects for the personnel, nor does it cover aspects of protection of the environment or those concerning the safety and efficacy of the finished products. ISO/TR 24475:2010 cannot be used alone and needs as a prerequisite a good knowledge of ISO 22716 which is the reference document.

Standard NumberPD CEN ISO/TR 24475:2013
TitleCosmetics. Good Manufacturing Practices. General training document
Publication Date31 August 2010
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 22716:2007
International RelationshipsCEN ISO/TR 24475:2013,ISO/TR 24475:2010
Amended ByCorrigendum, September 2013.
DescriptorsCosmetics, Quality, Quality control, Production, Personnel, Personal hygiene, Raw materials, Industrial facilities, Packaging, Consumer-supplier relations, Storage, Transportation, Documents, Instructions for use, Training
Title in FrenchCosmétiques. Bonnes pratiques de fabrication. Document général de formation
Title in GermanKosmetik. Gute Herstellungspraxis (GHP). Dokument für die allgemeine Ausbildung
ISBN978 0 580 81797 7
File Size950 KB

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