The to the requirements of EN ISO 9001: 2000.

The
objective of a company’s legal diagnosis is to verify compliance with
the legal and legal aspects governing the activity, by analyzing the
legality of all property reports that occur in the acquisition and
management of the assets of the enterprise. Apart from the general
legislation applicable to a company of commercial companies, civil law , commercial law, labor law, community law, tax law and regulations),
deserves to follow in more detail the normative acts and the ethics
standards that specifically refer to the activity developed by Biofarm
SA.Since
2004, BIOFARM products have been manufactured in accordance with
International Pharmaceutical Production (GMP) standards, certified
according to the requirements of EN ISO 9001: 2000. In 2005, the company
strengthened its position on the pharmaceutical market from Romania, and Biofarm according to the National Medicines Agency is one of the main players on the medicines market. Thus, Biofarm is a distributor based on its distribution, earnestness and financial benefits.A
strong Department of Quality Assurance operates within the company to
ensure that all activities are conducted in accordance with the
principles and procedures of the company’s quality management system. The
Quality Assurance Department staff is involved in equipment
qualification and validation of activities, in controlling changes, in
investigating deviations, in implementing preventive and corrective
actions, in internal and external audits, in quality complaints
management, in releasing product series, and in periodical analysis product quality.All product series are issued by the Personnel Qualification
Certificate in accordance with EU directives and the Good Manufacturing
Practice Guideline.Biofarm also offers: pharmaceutical consultancy in Romania, product
development and registration on the Romanian market, know-how transfer
for products, processes, manufacture of non-sterile products,
co-marketing on the Romanian market and packaging.The
major manufacturers of the pharmaceutical market have been forced to
restructure the labor force due to the gradual implementation of the GMP
rules. Based on the decision to reduce staff on one hand, increasing the
degree of automation of production lines and, on the other hand,
rationalizing the costs of the human factor (GMP implementation
involving significant financial efforts).The specificity of the BIOFARM activity calls for the recruitment of
qualified personnel, which corresponds to the constantly changing
requirements in the production of drugs, the specialization of the
employee being a determinant of the quality of the products offered by
the organization and, implicitly, of its success on the reference marketIn addition to the remarkable career opportunities Biofarm favors a
stimulating and fair pay structure by offering a competitive and
salaried competitive package designed to provide comfort and financial
security.The
company also focuses on creating an environment that respects diversity
and individuality, where the innovation initiative is encouraged and
the initiative is rewarded. The
passion for self-improvement and the constant desire for professional
development represent the principles underlying the company’s team. For optimal use and the development of more talents for collaborators,
it invests in education and training, and supports employees to improve
their professional results by giving them the opportunity to attend
courses and specializations.Also
relevant from the point of view of the legal diagnosis is the
observance by Biofarm of a code deontologist pharmacist that includes a
set of principles and rules that represent the fundamental values ??on
the basis of which the profession of pharmacist is exercised on the
territory of Romania. The purpose of this Code of Ethics is primarily to protect patients’ rights; the observance of professional obligations by pharmacists, and the
protection of dignity and prestige of the profession of pharmacist.Thus,
in the exercise of his profession, the pharmacist must provide
specialized health services for the patient and the general public
without any discrimination. The relationship between the pharmacist and
the recipients of the services must be based on trust in the
pharmacist’s competence and professional experience, and
this confidence obliges the pharmacist to maintain and maintain at his
highest level his professional and personal performance and performance
throughout his career as well as updating his