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Faculty: Kenneth Christie

  • Date: 2/16/2021 01:00 PM - 2/16/2021 02:30 PM
  • Time zone: Eastern Time (US/Canada) Online Event


Current regulatory requirements state the need to prove equipment, systems and utilities are verified to perform their desired functions. This verification comes in the form of qualification protocols that verify proper installation, operation over its entire range, and acceptable performance according to established procedures and operational set points. This webinar will provide an outline of the typical documents used for qualification activities, the type of information normally included in each and the common deficiencies cited when audited. Attendees will be given the chance to ask questions regarding their own protocols and actual case studies will be used to highlight various points.

This webinar will highlight the importance of establishing specifications, proper documentation with regards to results obtained, how to address deviations encountered and how best to summarize results obtained.

Any equipment, system or utility used for GMP impacted products or services must demonstrate they are suitable for their intended use and operate according to their design. To prove these requirements, the protocols developed for both installation and operational verification (and others) are expected to be in place and approved prior to use. This webinar, designed for those just starting to be responsible for qualification activities, will help establish an outline of the basic components for these two protocols. In addition, common deficiencies cited by regulators will also be reviewed in order to help attendees avoid similar issues when their protocols are audited.

Areas Covered in the Session :

  • Review common protocol types and the typical information included in each.
  • Discuss common deficiencies cited with each type.
  • Review how best to summarize results and the handling of deviations encountered
  • Discuss questions that attendees may have regarding their current practices.

Who Should Attend:

  • Quality Assurance Teams
  • Quality Control Teams
  • Manufacturing Teams
  • Production Teams
  • Regulatory Teams
  • Laboratory Personnel
  • Management Teams