Resources

Information on PSCI and resource materials on pharmaceutical supply chain sustainability

The resources are particularly targeted at companies working in the supply chain – our suppliers – who are warmly encouraged to make free use of all the materials here.

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PSCI Overview Presentation

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Launched in August 2017. The deck summarises what the PSCI is and does and other useful information including the membership structure and how to join the initiative.

Updates:

  • Sept. 2017
  • Dec. 2017
  • Oct. 2018

2017 AGM Slide Deck - New Member Introduction

Document Members Only

2017 AGM new member introduction slide deck
Tuesday 24th October

Antitrust Policy

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The PSCI operates in compliance with the antitrust and competition laws of all applicable countries, including the United States (both state and federal) and European Union. To that end, PSCI has drafted these competition guidelines to serve as a general code of conduct for PSCI as well as its constituent members.

PSCI Articles of Incorporation

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PSCI Articles of Incorporation

PSCI Branding Guidelines

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PSCI Branding Guidelines

PSCI Bylaws

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Bylaws of the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Initiative. Last updated in Feb 2017.

PSCI Membership Agreement

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PSCI Membership Agreement. Last updated in 2017.

PSCI Membership Fees Structure

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This document explains the PSCI membership fees structure.

New version added: July 2018

PSCI Membership Types

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This document outlines the criteria, responsibilities and benefits of the two PSCI membership types - Full and Associate

New version added: July 2018

PSCI Social Media Guide for Members

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This social media guide aims to raise the profile of PSCI members on LinkedIn and Twitter, the 2 social networks which are part of our marketing communications strategy.

It outlines the key actions that members can take to boost the profile of PSCI on LinkedIn and Twitter.

PSCI Standard Operating Procedures

Document Members Only

PSCI Standard Operating Procedures

Version 5.0 added: July 2018