|Hiring Organization||Crystal Medicines Pvt Ltd|
|Post Name||Medicine Packager|
|Qualification||10th Pass, 12th Pass|
|Employment Type||Full Time|
|Work Hours||8 Hours|
|Salary||12000/- To 15000/- Per Month|
|Location||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India 400010|
Crystal Medicines Pvt Ltd (earlier Crystal Pharma) started with the stockiest-ship of only 2 Pharma companies working under a 300 sq ft premises supplying to few medical stores in Southern Mumbai area.
With a strong vision, and the valuable guidance of our mentor and founder Mr. Hussain Patanwala, Today our group supplies life-saving drugs, anti-biotics to cancer drugs, and a vast range of injectables, oral and solids of 110+ pharmaceutical companies to more than 5000 retailers of Mumbai.
We have been known for being the largest distributors of Ranbaxy Labs (now Sun Pharma), IPCA Labs, Sanofi Aventis, and Allergan India LTD for the western zone of the country. In addition to 5000 + pharmacies, we also cover well know hospitals, reputable medical institutions, and nursing homes across the city operating under 13000 + sq feet of premises with 3 units in Mumbai and counting.
Packaging operators work in several places, including pharmaceutical companies. A pharmaceutical packaging operator’s primary responsibility is to operate machinery used in the packaging of medicines.
Depending on which area a pharmaceutical packaging operator is working for, he may be entrusted with primary packing duties or secondary ones.
The primary packing duties of these professionals involve operating machinery that packs actual pills and syrups in blister packs and bottles.
These medicines are then packed into cardboard boxes that constitute secondary duties.
Many companies require pharmaceutical packaging operators to perform both duties, so one should be able to employ expertise in both.
They start their day by getting packaging machinery ready for operations. Performing maintenance and initial checks on machinery is everyday work for them, after which they begin actual packaging operations.
They tend to machines by adjusting components to meet the varying packaging requirements of medicine lots and regulate the flow of services as required during the process.
• Examine pharmaceutical packaging machinery at the beginning of each shift to ensure good working order
• Perform preventative and general maintenance on machines and components on a regular basis
• Start packaging machinery and test run it to ensure its working order
• Take pharmaceutical packaging orders from supervisor and ensure that they are followed accurately during the entirety of the packaging procedure
• Regulate components and dials to control the speed and type of packaging
• Observe machinery to ensure conformance to quality and set standards
• Maintain and upgrade knowledge of pharmaceutical packaging processes to ensure quality work
• Make-certain that input and output standards of the packaging machinery are met to avoid GIGO
• Observe packaging equipment to make sure that each drug is being packed in the correct packing along with associated literature
• Load correct labels and literature in packaging components to ensure accuracy of packaging
• Report any problems or deviations in packaging procedures on an immediate basis to ensure that incorrect packaging does not take place
• Prepare associated packaging documentation according to provided SOPs
• Check packaged drugs to make sure that they are boxed, labeled and categorized properly
• Assist in reconciling in-process and finished drug packaging and batch recording procedures