This course reviews and interprets the current FDA compliance requirements for the production and control of sterile pharmaceuticals, and discusses the practical techniques for conducting an effective and efficient audit.
The topics selected for this course include the essential GMP compliance requirements for sterilization and aseptic processing controls, facilities and equipment design, and technical information.
This course will provide the attendees with the GMP compliance and technical knowledge to effectively evaluate the controls for sterile pharmaceuticals and ensure compliance with FDA requirements.
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for Compliance Auditors, and Quality Assurance and Production professionals. Regulatory Affairs and Research and Development professionals involved in the support for sterile pharmaceuticals should also attend.
- Sterile Product Processing Controls; Facilities and Equipment Design
- Aseptic Gowning, Training and Techniques
- Sterilization Parameters: Practical Applications of F, D & Z Values, Including Class Exercises
- Designing, Validating and Revalidating Sterilization Cycles
- Clean Rooms
- Design and classification, HEPA filter testing
- Particulate monitoring, air pressure differential, air flow
- Microbiological Monitoring for Sterile Operations
- Disinfection and Sanitization (D&S) Programs
- Aseptic Filtration
- Media Fill: Validation Requirements and Recommendations
- Water-for-injection System
- Lyophilization Technology
- Isolators and Restricted Access Barriers (RABS)
Approx Time: 2.5 days
Instructor: John Y. Lee