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This resource was published on 11 May
Exceptional Advancement: The 2021 PSCI Annual Report

Exceptional Advancement: The 2021 PSCI Annual Report

Publication

Today the PSCI published its 2021 Annual Report, summarizing a year of exceptional advancement towards achieving our shared vision of excellence in safety, environmental, and social outcomes across the global pharmaceutical and healthcare supply chain.

Key developments in 2021 include:

  • Growth in membership, with 53 member companies adopting the PSCI Principles
  • Increased audit sharing, with 116 new audits uploaded to our bespoke audit sharing platform
  • Finalization of our master supplier learning curriculum, with the launch of our eight maturity models for suppliers to use to advance their practices
  • Unprecedented levels of supplier engagement through two large-scale Virtual Supplier Conferences in China and India, reaching 2,000+ attendees
  • Promising insights on our impact on the industry, with preliminary analysis on audit data showing that our influence supports positive change on supplier practices

Manjit Singh, 2021 PSCI Chair and Associate Director of Corporate Sustainability at Centrient Pharmaceuticals says,

2021 was a year of spectacular growth for the PSCI in membership and activity. Despite the second year of the Covid-19 pandemic, every aspect of the PSCI's program developed and grew from our shared audits to our supplier capability interactions. I have appreciated the professional and energetic contribution of my fellow PSCI members and watched with great pride the growth of the organization and the impact it has upon our entire industry.

You can read about these advancements and more in the report below.

We welcome comments and encourage you to share this report with your networks using the hashtag #PSCIAnnualReport.

This resource was published on 22 March
Celebrating World Water Day - Update on The Musi River Revitalization Initiative

Celebrating World Water Day - Update on The Musi River Revitalization Initiative

Publication

The PSCI is pleased to continue supporting the work of the Telangana State Government in India to revitalize the Musi River.

The Musi River flows through Hyderabad in Telangana State, Southern India. It is fed by the world-heritage Hussein Sagar lake, also called the “heart of the world”, and used to be enjoyed by locals and tourists alike for its beauty and amenity. Yet, there have been numerous reports of polluted effluents and poor wastewater management practices affecting the lake and the Musi River watershed, impacting local communities over many years.

For World Water Day 2021 (22 March), we published a statement outlining our support for the State government's initiative and our plans to help. We aimed to use our influence to engage with suppliers of PSCI members in Telangana to promote better wastewater practices and encourage positive change. Our aim is that every single supplier with a connection to a PSCI member should be visited, audited or contacted directly to promote the best technologies for wastewater management.

One year later, we're pleased to share an update on progress made. Since March 2021, we have

  • Contacted suppliers offering free wastewater treatment resources
  • Held dedicated sessions on wastewater treatment technology at our Virtual Supplier Conference in India
  • Created a baseline of all pharmaceutical companies in the Musi River catchment area to identify connections with PSCI member companies

Our aim is that all suppliers to PSCI members should provide information about their wastewater treatment practices, either via member visit, questionnaire, or a full site audit shared on our platform.

To continue this work, we will

  • encourage suppliers to share audits and work with our members to encourage site visits or audits
  • offer audits free of charge to suppliers in the Musi River catchment area
  • promote our PEC:PNEC calculator for assessing API discharges

We hope to contribute to restoring the Musi River to its former health.

  • Water Use & Management
This resource was published on 11 March

Audit Program Supplier FAQ

Document

This document addresses the common questions suppliers have around the PSCI audit program. The key points include:

  • Who is the PSCI? What is the PSCI Audit program?
  • Why should I share a PSCI audit conducted at my site?
  • Who can access my audit and is my information secure?
  • How do members use the audit reports? Will I be ‘punished’ for a bad audit?
  • Can you take me through the PSCI audit steps? How to use the Audit platform?
  • Audit Program
This resource was published on 17 February

Updated PSCI Audit/SAQ Templates & Audit Guidance Third Party Auditors Webinar - Recording & Slides

Webinar

The Audit Committee has recently conducted a light refresh on the SAQ/Audit Excel template, and the Audit Guidance document. The new versions are now available on the Link.

This webinar covered the following topics:

  • Updates to the SAQ/Audit templates
  • Updates to the Audit Guidance documents
  • Latest news from Audit Committee, including plan to move the SAQ online
  • Q&A

We were delighted to be joined by:

  • Gavin Loveday, External Audit & Compliance Manager, Astrazeneca
  • Birgit Skuballa, Head of HSE Audit & Supplier Management, Bayer
  • Noemi Molnar, Global Vendor Financial Risk Manager, Roche.

The recording is available here.

The slides used during the webinar are available for download below.

This resource was published on 17 December 2021
Newsletter Winter 2021

Newsletter Winter 2021

Our final newsletter of 2021 reflects on our virtual AGM, successful Supplier Conferences, and the launch of our position statement on Human Rights.

This resource was published on 10 December 2021
Celebrating Human Rights Day - Position Statement on Human Rights

Celebrating Human Rights Day - Position Statement on Human Rights

Publication

At the PSCI, we’re committed to supporting all our members to implement the United Nations’ Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) as part of our mission to drive excellence in safety, environmental, and social outcomes across the pharmaceutical and healthcare supply chain.

That’s why for Human Rights Day (10 December), we’re excited to launch our new Position Statement, which provides an overview of the role we play in helping our members and suppliers align their practices with the UNGPs through the PSCI Principles for Responsible Supply Chain Management and our resources.

With our training materials, webinars, and tools we aim not only to ensure the upholding of our Principles, but also to support all our members in implementing the UNGPs across their entire supply chains.

You can read the full statement below.

  • Human Rights & Labor
This resource was published on 1 December 2021

Abbreviated PSCI SAQ & Audit Report Template (Excel Version)

Document

EXCEL VERSION
Abbreviated PSCI Self Assessment Questionnaire & Audit Report Template for Service Providers & General Manufacturers

For optimum functionality, we recommend using the most up to date version Microsoft Excel. If you only have access to Excel 2003 or earlier, we recommend using the Word version of the SAQ.

Content Version 6, February 2019
Content Version 7, remote audit options added, October 2020
Content version 7.1, small technical fixes, May 2021
Content version 7.2, fix formating issue of finding classifications on the Company Specific Questions tab, June 2021
Content version 8.0, simplified the Categorisation of Suppliers (Category A, B or C), removed/ added a few questions, rewording some questions, December 2021

Full version template for Core Suppliers, External Manufacturers, Component and Material Suppliers are also available and come in multiple languages: Excel version.

  • Audit Program
This resource was published on 1 December 2021

Full PSCI SAQ & Audit Report Template (Excel Version)

Document

EXCEL VERSION
PSCI Self Assessment Questionnaire and Audit Report Template for Core Suppliers, External Manufacturers, Component and Material Suppliers

For optimum functionality, we recommend using the most up to date version Microsoft Excel. If you only have access to Excel 2003 or earlier, we recommend using the Word version of the SAQ.

Content Version 6, February 2019
Content Version 7, remote audit options added, October 2020
Content version 7.1, small technical fixes, including correctly referencing finding type on CAP tab, showing suppliers responses to topic areas that are not audited, May 2021
Content version 7.2, fix formating issue of finding classifications on the Company Specific Questions tab, June 2021
Content version 8.0, simplified the Categorisation of Suppliers (Category A, B or C), removed/ added a few questions, rewording some questions, December 2021

Abbreviated version template for Service Providers & General Manufacturers are also available: Excel version.

The SAQ is currently available in the following languages:

  • English
  • 中文 (简体) | Chinese (simplified)
  • 日本語 | Japanese
Select your preferred language from the options below
  • Audit Program
This resource was published on 12 November 2021

Supplier Conference 2021 (China) - Session 2 - Recording & Slides | 2021年PSCI 供应商会议(中国) - 第二场 - 完整视频和ppt

Training

The second session of the 2021 PSCI China supplier conferences took place virtually on 10 September and covered PiE / AMR.

The full recording of the session is available here. Slides are available for download below.

2021PSCI线上供应商会议(中国)第二场在9月10日举行,会议内容包括环境中的药物 / 抗生素抗药性。

本次会议的完整视频请点击链接 (提取码 6666) 获取。会议PPT请在下方点击“DOWNLOAD”下载。

The second session includes: 第二场会议具体包括:

  • PIE sample collection
    Wenjun Wang, EHS Manager, Pfizer
    环境中的药物 - 样本收集 ​
    王文君, EHS经理,辉瑞

  • Mitigate pharmaceuticals in production wastewater - PIE theoretical evaluation, testing and treatment technologies
    Dr. Reinhold Maeck,Head of Corp EHS Regulatory Intelligence, BI Corporate EHS&S ​​
    Li Liu , EHS Manger, BI China EHS&S ​​
    生产废水中的药物移除 - 环境中的药物理论评估与检测
    Dr. Reinhold Maeck,公司EHS法规智能主管,勃林格殷格翰
    刘立,EHS经理,勃林格殷格翰
  • Pharmaceuticals In The Environment
  • Anti-Microbial Resistance
This resource was published on 1 November 2021

Topic Teams Video With Subtitles

Promotional Material Video

This is an explainer video on the PSCI Topic Teams with English subtitles.

This resource was published on 1 November 2021

Topic Teams Video

Promotional Material Video

This is a short video explaining the Topic Teams of the PSCI.

This resource was published on 1 November 2021

Supplier Conference 2021 (China) - Session 4 - Recording & Slides | 2021年PSCI 供应商会议(中国) - 第四场 - 完整视频和ppt

Training

The fourth session of the 2021 PSCI China supplier conferences took place virtually on 17 September and covered Safety, Process Safety Management (PSM) .

The full recording of the session is available here. Slides are available for download below.

2021PSCI线上供应商会议(中国)第四场在9月17日举行,会议内容包括安全 & 过程安全管理 。

本次会议的完整视频请点击链接 (提取码 txg2 ) 获取。会议PPT请在下方点击“DOWNLOAD”下载。

The fourth session includes: 第四场会议具体包括:

  • LOTO best practice​ ​​​
    Frank Deng, EHS Manager, TÜV Rheinland
    上锁挂牌的最佳实践 (50mins 分钟)
    邓柱明,EHS经理,德国莱茵

  • Local government regulations and best practices around hot work and confined space ​
    Shiwei Kong, EHS Head, Zhejiang Langhua Pharmaceutical
    动火作业和受限空间作业:各级政府要求与企业最佳实践 (50mins 分钟)
    孔识卫, EHS总监, 浙江朗华制药有限公司

  • Preventive Maintenance for safety equipment​
    Shuquan Chen, Supplier Operations EHS Manager, Pfizer
    安全设备预防性维护 ​​​ (50mins 分钟)
    陈树权,供应商运营EHS经理,辉瑞

  • SCTA - Human factor based HAZOP​
    Kanyun Wang, APAC Process Safety Manager, Johnson Matthey
    关键任务分析法 - 基于人为因素的危险与可操作性分析 ​​​​​​​​​
    王侃云, 亚太区过程安全经理,庄信万丰
This resource was published on 1 November 2021

Supplier Conference 2021 (China) - Session 3 - Recording & Slides | 2021年PSCI 供应商会议(中国) - 第三场 - 完整视频和ppt

Training

The third session of the 2021 PSCI China supplier conferences took place virtually on 16 September and covered Management systems, Industrial hygiene.

The full recording of the session is available here. Slides are available for download below.

2021PSCI线上供应商会议(中国)第三场在9月16日举行,会议内容包括环境中的管理体系 & 工业卫生 。

本次会议的完整视频请点击链接 (提取码 jg38) 获取。会议PPT请在下方点击“DOWNLOAD”下载。

The third session includes: 第三场会议具体包括:

  • The Practice of Dual-system in Pharmaceutical Enterprise
    Guoqiang Peng, EHS Manager Assistant, Hangzhou Zhongmei Huadong Pharmaceutical
    双重预防体系(双体系)在制药企业中的运用
    彭国强,EHS经理助理,杭州中美华东医药股份有限公司

  • Pharma wastewater API testing
    Congyi Xu, Senior regulatory consultant, CIRS ​​
    中国《新化学物质环境管理办法》解析
    许丛艺, 资深化学品法规咨询师, 瑞旭集团

  • Occupational exposure band and control technology in pharmaceutical industry​
    Chengyin Guo, Deputy-director of EHS, Raybow Pharma
    职业卫生分级管控及密闭技术在制药企业中的应用
    郭成寅,EHS副总监,瑞博制药

  • Occupational health surveillance for pharmaceutical companies
    Minghua Gu, Deputy Physician, Shanghai Center for Disease Control and Prevention
    制药企业职业健康体检
    顾明华,副主任医师, 上海市疾病预防控制中心
  • Management Systems
  • Occupational Health & Industrial Hygiene
This resource was published on 1 November 2021

Supplier Conference 2021 (China) - Session 1 - Recording & Slides | 2021年PSCI 供应商会议(中国) - 第一场 - 完整视频和ppt

Training

The first session of the 2021 PSCI China supplier conferences took place virtually on 9 September and covered Introduction, Human Rights & Labor, Environment.

The full recording of the session is available here. Slides are available for download below.

2021PSCI线上供应商会议(中国)第一场在9月9日举行,会议内容包括PSCI 最新发展、劳工及环境。

本次会议的完整视频请点击链接 (提取码 9m1p) 获取。会议PPT请在下方点击“DOWNLOAD”下载。

The first session includes: 第一场会议具体包括:

  • Recent developments within PSCI
    Manjit Singh, PSCI Chair, Associate Director - Corporate Sustainability, Centrient
    PSCI最新动态
    Manjit Singh, PSCI主席,可持续发展副总监,灿盛制药

  • Audit Committee update: remote audit, audit sharing and supplier self-initiated audit
    Kelley Jiang, Head HSE TPRM Operational Excellence Global HSE, Novartis
    审核委员会最新内容: 远程审计、共享审计报告与供应商自发PSCI 审核
    江戎, 大中国区供应商健康安全环境风险管理主管, 诺华制药

  • Common findings in PSCI audits under Labor section
    Minnie Mai, Senior Technical Manager,TÜV Rheinland
    审核劳工部分常见发现项
    麦璐, 高级技术经理,德国莱茵

  • 3060 carbon targets and latest government regulations
    Stone Huang, lawyer and certified safety engineer, Jin Mao Law Firm 3060双碳目标制定背景双碳目标制定背景及及最新相关法规政策探讨
    黄启荣,律师/注册安全工程师, 金茂律师事务所

  • Practices to achieve carbon reduction targets + CSR reporting regarding emission reduction
    Joyce Xiong, Consultant Director, ERM碳减排实践与CSR报告
    熊昀青, 顾问总监, 伊尔姆环境资源管理咨询公司
This resource was published on 28 September 2021

Guidance For Calculating Dilution Factors Considering Mixing Zones

Document

The following document provides guidance on potential techniques, methodologies, and available data sources for the calculation of dilution factors. The correct approach to follow is dependent on specific aspects of the risk assessment to be conducted. The PSCI does not advocate a single correct approach or data source, but aims to provide information to help risk assessors design assessments suitable for their requirements.

The contents of this document has been kindly shared by the IAI PiE Task Force.

  • Pharmaceuticals In The Environment
  • Anti-Microbial Resistance
This resource was published on 28 September 2021

Sampling & Analysis Of Pharmaceutical Industry Wastewater For Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients

Document

The following document provides guidance on potential techniques, methodologies, and available data sources for sampling and analysis of pharmaceutical industry wastewater. The correct approach to follow is dependent on specific aspects of the risk assessment to be conducted. The PSCI does not advocate a single correct approach or data source, but aims to provide information to help risk assessors design assessments suitable for their requirements.

The contents of this document has been kindly shared by the IAI PiE Task Force.

  • Pharmaceuticals In The Environment
  • Anti-Microbial Resistance
This resource was published on 22 September 2021

Supplier Conference (India) 2021 - Agenda

Agenda

Please download to access the agenda for the three-day virtual event.

This resource was published on 9 September 2021

Supplier Conference 2021 (China) Session 1 - Practices To Achieve Carbon Reduction Targets - Slides

Slides

This presentation was delivered by
碳减排实践与CSR报告 由下列嘉宾分享:

  • Joyce Xiong, Consultant Director, ERM | 熊昀青, 顾问总监, 伊尔姆环境资源管理咨询公司

This session was facilitated by Maggie Zhang, Senior Partner at Carnstone.
本环节由凯嵘管理咨询高级合伙人张缤莉主持。

The slides are available for download below.
会议PPT请在下方点击“DOWNLOAD”下载。

This resource was published on 9 September 2021

Supplier Conference 2021 (China) Session 1 - Common Findings In PSCI Audits Under Labor Section - Slides

Slides

This presentation was delivered by:
审核劳工部分常见发现项 由下列嘉宾分享:

  • Minnie Mai, Senior Technical Manager, TÜV Rheinland | 麦璐, 高级技术经理,德国莱茵

This session was facilitated by Maggie Zhang, Senior Partner at Carnstone.
本环节由凯嵘管理咨询高级合伙人张缤莉主持。

The slides are available for download below.
会议PPT请在下方点击“DOWNLOAD”下载。

This resource was published on 30 August 2021

Taking Part In A PSCI Audit

A clear process has been defined to ensure PSCI Audits are consistent and rigorous. A suite of tools are available to support and guide through the process. Follow the link to read more about:

  • Key Audit Resources
  • Supplier Categories
  • How to Get Started
  • What's in Scope
  • What's Involved
  • Audit Program
This resource was published on 30 August 2021

Approved Audit Firms

In order to ensure quality and integrity, PSCI Audits are carried out either by qualified internal auditors working at PSCI member companies or by professional and independent third party audit firms.

PSCI has approved fifteen professional, independent third party audit firms to perform PSCI Audits.

  • Audit Program
This resource was published on 16 June 2021

PSCI Governance Structure Video With Subtitles

Promotional Material Video

This is an explainer video on the PSCI Governance Structure with English subtitles.

This resource was published on 16 June 2021

PSCI Governance Structure Video

Promotional Material Video

This is a short video explaining the Governance Structure of the PSCI.

This resource was published on 14 May 2021
Report - Managing Anti-Bribery & Corruption Risks In The Pharmaceutical Industry

Report - Managing Anti-Bribery & Corruption Risks In The Pharmaceutical Industry

Document

Anti-bribery and corruption is one of the issues under the PSCI Principles. The PSCI has commissioned an external benchmark on anti-bribery and corruption (ABC) standards and trends in supply chain. This report has been created to help our member companies and suppliers strengthen the ABC risk management practice in their supply chain.

Background: Regulations around anti‐corruption have been tightened and stakeholder expectations have increased. PSCI wants to encourage and support members and suppliers to continually enhance their anti‐corruption program for compliance with the latest guidelines issued by different regulatory authorities around the globe. Organizations are expected to develop proactive, risk‐based compliance programs that are tailored to the specific risk profile and are reasonably designed to prevent them and their employees/agents/suppliers from engaging in bribery or corrupt acts.

  • Ethics
  • Bribery & Corruption
This resource was published on 10 May 2021

PSCI Principles Video With Subtitles

Promotional Material Video

A short explainer video on the PSCI Principles for Responsible Supply Chain Management with English subtitles.

This resource was published on 10 May 2021

PSCI Principles Video

Promotional Material Video

A short explainer video on the PSCI Principles for Responsible Supply Chain Management.

This resource was published on 6 May 2021
Annual Report 2020 - Remarkable Agility

Annual Report 2020 - Remarkable Agility

Publication

We are very pleased to announce that the 2020 PSCI Annual Report was launched today, summarizing the progress and achievements we have made in advancing responsible supply chain practices within the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries over the past year.

Key developments in 2020 include:

  • Growth in membership, with over 45 member companies now committed to the initiative and having adopted the PSCI Principles
  • A new three-year strategy adopted to deliver our refreshed vision for excellence in safety, environmental, and social outcomes across the whole of the global pharmaceutical and healthcare supply chain
  • Pioneering remote audit standards aligned with the PSCI Principles, now available to members on our community platform The Link, alongside valuable resources, news, and training materials
  • Strengthened partnerships with our Indian and Chinese partners, recognizing the importance of those countries for the pharmaceutical supply chain
  • Unprecedented levels of supplier engagement through two large-scale virtual supplier conferences in China and India, reaching 700+ supplier delegates
  • Expansion of our Board to support the delivery of our ambitious strategy
  • Measured improvement in PSCI member companies’ contribution to and use of PSCI resources to address supply chain issues.

2020 was an extraordinary year, full of large-scale professional challenges for our industry and its supply chain, not to mention the personal challenges we all faced in our own lives. We are proud of the way the PSCI adjusted to these challenges, showing remarkable agility. It is clear that the importance of responsible supply chain practices cannot be overstated and we are pleased to be able to drive positive change across the industry through our collaborative efforts.

We welcome comments and encourage you to share this report with your networks.

This resource was published on 15 April 2021

Environmental Survey For Suppliers Suppliers Webinar - Recording & Slides

Webinar

Since 2016, a group of PSCI members have been working together to standardize their environmental data request to suppliers through a common set of questions, known as the PSCI Environmental Survey. The benefit is that suppliers should be receiving a common set of questions, but currently companies collect the data using different routes: some use an Excel file, and some a third-party platform.

The PSCI has now built the Environmental Survey into the PSCI platform for suppliers (called The Link). Each of the PSCI’s 50 members will now be able to use that platform to collect data from suppliers and we anticipate that many will do so. We hope that this will streamline and simplify your reporting of environmental and carbon emissions to your customers as one reply can now be shared with many customers.

Watch this webinar to learn more about the new platform and how to use it. You'll hear about:

  • Data captured by the survey
  • Technical aspects of the environmental survey
  • How to access the PSCI Link platform
  • Responding to requests to share your data from PSCI members

We were delighted to be joined by Alejandro Fiocco, Partner at Carnstone and Secretariat for the PSCI Environment Team.

The recording is available here. (Please refresh the page if you cannot play the video.)

The slides used during the webinar are available for download below.

Participants (including registrants who were unable to attend) are invited to share feedback about this webinar here.

Please also note that guidance about the Environmental survey is available here (the excel version is accessible here).

This resource was published on 13 April 2021
PSCI Features In CPHI Podcast on PIE

PSCI Features In CPHI Podcast on PIE

More great publicity for the PSCI with thanks to Dan Caldwell (Johnson & Johnson) and Steve Brooks (AMR Alliance) who recently recorded this CPhI podcast on pharmaceuticals in the environment (PiE) and anti-microbial resistance (AMR) and what the industry is doing to help address the challenge.

The PSCI has published a PEC:PNEC calculator tool for manufacturers to use to calculate how to meet safe levels of discharge for active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) from their sites.

Image credit: CPhI

  • Pharmaceuticals In The Environment
  • Anti-Microbial Resistance
This resource was published on 12 April 2021

Environmental Survey For Suppliers - Guidance For Suppliers

Document

This document is a step by step guidance on using the PSCI Environmental survey for suppliers on the PSCI platform. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

  • Environment
  • Waste Management
  • Water Use & Management
  • Energy Use & Carbon Footprint
  • Sustainability Data
This resource was published on 12 April 2021

Environmental Survey For Suppliers - Excel Version 2021

Template

This file contains the latest version of the PSCI Environmental survey for suppliers in Excel. The scoring for each question is detailed and questions are mapped across to the previous version.

This resource was published on 8 April 2021

Newsletter April 2021

Newsletter

Our April newsletter reflects recent activities including our support to the Musi River Revitalization Initiative, the publication of our Benchmarking Survey Insights Report, and our outreach campaign on the vital issue of anti-microbial resistance. It also highlights our upcoming plans and events, such as our Virtual Spring Meeting, and external developments relevant to pharmaceutical supply chains.

This resource was published on 6 April 2021

Celebrating World Health Day - PSCI Position Statement on PIE & AMR

Publication

At the PSCI, we’re committed to doing everything in our power to limit that the spread and growth of two emerging threats – Pharmaceuticals in the Environment (PiE) and Anti-microbial Resistance (AMR). That’s why for World Health Day, we’re excited today to launch our new Position Statement, which provides a clear explanation of the critical role we play in helping our supplier partners improve their manufacturing practices. The statement has been written to highlight the relevance of the PiE issue along the supply chain, to articulate the PSCI's position on this high profile topic, and to help answer stakeholder inquiries. It includes an overview of all PSCI resources on PiE and AMR-related issues.

  • Environment
  • Pharmaceuticals In The Environment
  • Anti-Microbial Resistance
This resource was published on 17 March 2021

Supplier Self-Initiated Audit Brochure (For Suppliers)

Document

Supplier Self-initiated Audit Programme (SSIA) is a pilot programme led by PSCI Audit Committee to encourage suppliers to take a proactive, risk-based approach and self-initiate PSCI audits for their facilities.

With the pilot programme this year, the PSCI will pay for a new Supplier Self-initiated Audit of the supplier facility. The audit should be completed by a PSCI approved audit firm and shared with PSCI members on the Link. Any supplier to PSCI Member can apply to participate in SSIA.

This document for suppliers explains:

  • What is SSIA and the benefits
  • Who can participate and the requirements
  • How to conduct a SSIA

Members are welcome to share the brochure with suppliers you would like to see conducting a PSCI audit.

If you are interested in learning more about the programme, please contact Audit Committee Secretariat Blake Zheng for more information. Thank you.

  • Audit Program
This resource was published on 15 March 2021
Benchmarking Report - Responsible Procurement & PSCI's Impact

Benchmarking Report - Responsible Procurement & PSCI's Impact

Document

In 2020, we invited the PSCI members to participate in our third formal Member Benchmarking Survey and we are pleased to present the results in this Insights Report. We have used the data collected over the years to share year-on-year trends, as well as provide a snapshot from 2020.

This report paints a picture of rising engagement and increasing focus on responsible procurement. We hope that you find it useful and insightful.

This resource was published on 10 February 2021

Audit Finding Classification Examples

Document

This document provides a guidance for auditors to classify Critical-Major-Minor findings under all five PSCI principles. It is for guidance only and each organization can have its own interpretations.

It is intended to be a living document, which will be reviewed and updated regularly by SAQ/Audit and Audit Guidance sub team.

  • Audit Program
This resource was published on 1 February 2021

Auditor Training 2020 - Session 2 - Recording & Slides

Training

The second session of the 2020 PSCI Auditor Training (Virtual) took place virtually on 25 November and covered below presentations.

  • Environmental protection
    Manjit Singh, Associate Director- Corporate Sustainability, Centrient Pharmaceuticals
  • Stormwater management and Zero Liquid Discharge key points
    Daniel Rehm, HSE Advisor, External Manufacturing EMEA & API, Elanco
  • Introduction to PiE and AMR
    Dr Paul Barnett, Director, Environment Health & Safety, GlaxoSmithKline
  • Assessing Antibiotic Manufacturing Sites Capability in Controlling their Antibiotic Emissions
    Jonathan Stanway, Downstream & Pilot Plant Manager, Biotechnology & Environmental Shared Service, Pharma Supply Chain, GlaxoSmithKline

This session was facilitated by Maggie Zhang, Partner Manager at Carnstone.

The recording of the session is available here. Chinese users can download the recording here (password: PSCI).
Slides are available for download below.

  • Environment
  • Audit Program
This resource was published on 1 February 2021

Auditor Training 2020 - Session 4 - Recording & Slides

Training

The fourth session of the 2020 PSCI Auditor Training (Virtual) took place virtually on 3 December and covered below presentations.

  • Plant General Safety
    Pratap Padalkar, Associate Director, Chemical Development & Manufacturing, Gilead
  • Occupational health and industrial hygiene in plants
    Pratap Padalkar, Associate Director, Chemical Development & Manufacturing, Gilead
  • High risk work and red flags for dangerous working
    Roberta Haski, HSE Leader, External Manufacturing & Commercial, Asia Pacific, Japan, ANZ

This session was facilitated by Lei Sun, Partner at Carnstone.

The recording of the session is available here. Chinese users can download the recording here (password: PSCI).

Slides are available for download below.

  • Safety - High Risk Areas
  • Audit Program
This resource was published on 1 February 2021

Auditor Training 2020 - Session 3 - Recording & Slides

Training

The third session of the 2020 PSCI Auditor Training (Virtual) took place virtually on 2 December and covered below presentations.

  • Process safety risk – Identifying reactive hazards and powder processing hazard in pharmaceutical industry
    Kumarkrishna Bhattacharjee, Head HS&E Supplier Assurance and Risk India Region, Novartis
  • Emergency preparedness & response
    Daniel Rehm, HSE Advisor, External Manufacturing EMEA & API, Elanco

This session was facilitated by Lei Sun, Partner at Carnstone.

The recording of the session is available here. Chinese users can download the recording here (password: PSCI).
Slides are available for download below.

  • Process Safety
  • Emergency Preparedness & Response
  • Audit Program
This resource was published on 1 February 2021

Auditor Training 2020 - Session 1 - Recording & Slides

Training

The first session of the 2020 PSCI Auditor Training (Virtual) took place virtually on 24 November and covered below presentations.

  • PSCI Audit Update 2020
    Birgit Isabelle Skuballa, Head HSE Audit & Supplier Management, Bayer

  • Corporate Responsibility with a Social Compliance Audits
    Dinesh Subhedar, Group Third Party Risk Management -Labour Rights (India and West Asia), Novartis (NBS Human Resources)

This session was facilitated by Maggie Zhang, Partner Manager at Carnstone.

The recording of the session is available here. Chinese users can download the recording here (password: PSCI).

Slides are available for download below.

This resource was published on 28 January 2021

New Audit Firm Application Brochure

Document

For those interested in becoming PSCI approved audit partners, this document covers:

  • Document checklist
  • Application process
  • Re-initiating application if not approved for the first time

Last updated December 2020

  • Audit Program
This resource was published on 22 December 2020

PSCI Position Statement on The Revitalization Of The Musi River In Hyderabad (India)

Publication

The PSCI supports the efforts of the State of Telangana to reduce pollution of the Musi River, specifically in the immediate vicinity of the two drainage canals that flow into the world-heritage Hussain Sagar lake where a number of PSCI member suppliers’ operations are situated. Please find our full statement below.

This resource was published on 18 December 2020
Newsletter Winter 2020

Newsletter Winter 2020

Newsletter

Our winter newsletter reflects recent activities including our Annual General Meeting, supplier conferences, and webinars. It also highlights our upcoming plans, and external developments relevant to pharmaceutical supply chains.

This resource was published on 14 December 2020

PSCI Antitrust Expectations With English Subtitles

Training Video

This is a short video on the PSCI Antitrust expectations according to the PSCI Antitrust Policy with subtitles.

Please refer to the PSCI Antitrust policy, for further information.

  • Business Integrity & Fair Competition
This resource was published on 14 December 2020

PSCI Antitrust Expectations Video

Training Video

This is a short video on the PSCI Antitrust expectations according to the PSCI Antitrust Policy.

Please refer to the PSCI Antitrust policy, for further information.

This resource was published on 6 November 2020

India Supplier Conference 2020 - Session 4 - Recording & Slides

Training

The second session of the 2020 PSCI India supplier conferences took place virtually on 29 October and covered Safety, PSM and Industrial Hygiene (IH).

The full recording of the session is available here. Slides are available for download below.

Recordings and slides of individual presentations are also available as individual resources - please click on the relevant links below:

  • Health & Safety
  • Process Safety
  • Occupational Health & Industrial Hygiene
This resource was published on 6 November 2020

Supplier Conference 2020 (India) Session 4 - Implementing A Comprehensive Industrial Hygiene Program – Panel Presentation - Recording & Slides

Training

This presentation on Implementing a comprehensive industrial hygiene program – panel presentation was delivered by:

  • Vivian Rivera Turro, Industrial Hygiene Consultant, Eli Lilly
  • Anna Gonzalez, EHS Manager, Bristol-Myers Squibb
  • Matthew Thomas, Global Industrial Hygiene Lead, AstraZeneca

This session was facilitated by Simon Hodgson, Managing Partner at Carnstone.

The recording is available here. The slides are available for download below.

This resource was published on 6 November 2020

Supplier Conference 2020 (India) Session 4 - Industrial Hygiene Maturity Model - Recording & Slides

Document

This presentation on Industrial Hygiene Maturity Model was delivered by:

  • Vivian Rivera Turro, Industrial Hygiene Consultant, Eli Lilly

This session was facilitated by Simon Hodgson, Managing Partner at Carnstone.

The recording is available here. The slides are available for download below.

This resource was published on 6 November 2020

Supplier Conference 2020 (India) Session 4 - Process Safety Management – 2nd Supplier Case Study - Recording & Slides

Training

This presentation on Process Safety Management – 2nd supplier case study was delivered by:

  • Thakur Pherwwani, Head SHE & Sustainability, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories

This session was facilitated by Simon Hodgson, Managing Partner at Carnstone.

The recording is available here. The slides are available for download below.

This resource was published on 6 November 2020

Supplier Conference 2020 (India) Session 4 - Process Safety Management – 3rd Supplier Case Study - Recording & Slides

Training

This presentation on Process Safety Management – 3rd supplier case study was delivered by:

  • Srinivas Nagalla, Corporate Head EHS, Granules India Limited

This session was facilitated by Simon Hodgson, Managing Partner at Carnstone.

The recording is available here. The slides are available for download below.

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