In this cleaning validation webinar attendees will learn the Total Organic Carbon (TOC) feasibility, method validation and transfer from the laboratory to the manufacturing floor, as well as reviewing a feasibility study of multiple, difficult to oxidise or low solubility organic compounds.
This General Information Chapter (USP<1222>) will first cover the general issues related to parametric release, regardless of the modes of sterilization, and then discuss some specific modes of sterilization. It will also include information on USP<55> Biological Indicators as well as EU “Guideline on the Sterilization of Medicinal Products…” (March 2019). The webinar will discuss why it provides more accurate information than the sterility test regarding the release of terminally sterilized product to the marketplace.
The Objective of this live, interactive training webinar is to explore the various issues surrounding the history of B. cepacia and its Complex and examine solutions to common microbiological problems. It will discuss the General Chapter USP<60> which was issued December 2019, media that is used, as well as consider recalls, FDA 483s and Warning Letters. The webinar will also review why 16S rRNA identification will not work satisfactorily with this Complex. Please plan to bring an interdisciplinary team to this Webinar to explore how knowledge regarding this contaminant may assist you in your facilities and minimize it as an Objectionable microorganism.
This webinar will discuss in detail the requirements of 21 CFR part 11 and updated European Annex 11 regulation including requirements for local, SaaS, and cloud hosting. It will also offer techniques to implement a computer system using risk-based validation to gain maximum productivity and reduce cost by as much as two thirds.
This webinar provides a basic understanding and fundamental principles of Current Good Manufacturing Practices and will fulfill the requirement of personnel involved in cGMP must have documented training of current Good Manufacturing Practices. This session will focus on the FDC Act and 21 CFR federal regulations as applied to cGMP.
FDA regulates advertising and promotion material as labeling. The legal definition of labeling covers just about anything that explicitly or implicitly conveys a message intended to affect a person’s behavior and decision outcomes. How FDA applies its legal tenants of false and misleading information or variations on that theme requires continual updating by FDA and constant re-evaluation by industry. Now the regulatory landscape involves other federal agencies and academic principles in psychology. It has become very complicated and will prove very costly if you knowingly or unknowing walk into one of FDA’s legal snares. This webinar will bring attendees up to speed so you are clearer about what is a problem, what is not a problem and what becomes a risk laden judgment call.
The webinar will review the current testing requirements as defined in the new, revised FDA guidance on Endotoxin and Pyrogen testing. It will further help attendees understand the issues surrounding the Low Endotoxin Recovery (LER) and its regulatory outcome.
This webinar will teach you how to conduct an effective management review of the quality system which helps you understand how to plan and focus on right metrics and governed by an efficient process. Participants will also understand FDA policy regarding disclosure of management review information during inspections.
This webinar will detail a step-by-step procedure on how to write a practical, effective and compliant Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), review and revise SOPs and maintain compliance over the course of the SOP life-time.
This training will review the dietary supplement regulations in the USA and explain how to verify that your products are compliant with the most recent regulations and provisions. It covers the FDA regulatory structure and considerations for manufacturing, labeling and advertising dietary supplements.
This webinar will familiarize participants with USP Chapter <1029> on good documentation guidelines. This session will wrap up the general concept and will provide information as to what needs to be documented in certain records.
This training program will discuss the types of human error, the taxonomy of human error, human error reduction initiatives, individual performance, cognitive load and human error, cognitive load categories, and more.
This training program will discuss designing an effective cleanroom facility validation protocol and report, when and how to transition into the routine environmental monitoring processes, how to maintain a state of control within the cleanroom, and the routine environmental monitoring and excursion investigation processes.
This webinar training will cover various topics on Scale-Up and Post-Approval Changes (SUPAC). Participants will learn how to properly scale-up or scale-down pharmaceutical batch process and learn the standard set of documentation to successfully support post-approval changes.
The FDA requires that manufacturers of pharmaceutical products have a documented process to assess its suppliers and contract manufacturers, that they have implemented that process, and that the process is effective. This training program will explore how having an effective supplier relationship management program will result in streamlining the supply chain, ensuring a more consistent level of quality components, materials and components, and be more cost effective to the manufacturer.
This training program will address the common human errors and deviations related to the use of procedures. It will also offer best practices for writing SOP’s to reduce the likelihood of human errors.
This technical writing training program will offer attendees an understanding of how the reporting process supports products in research, development, and in the marketplace. This virtual session will highlight the mandates for documentation set forth by the regulators, such as the FDA, the ISO, and other governing bodies. The program will train attendees on effectively reviewing and revising documents and assessing your audience, in effect producing effective written correspondence.
This training program will offer attendees an understanding of human error, its factors and causes. The program will also identify the regulatory and business importance of human error prevention and define the process to manage human error deviations.
This webinar will review the regulatory requirements for investigating an OOS Investigation. The responsibilities of the analyst, the supervisor and QA will be discussed. A detailed flow chart will be used to help the attendees clearly understand the steps and the order in which they are to be performed. The structure of an Investigation report which properly documents the investigation will be discussed.