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Decontamination Process and the new Draft of the EU GMP Annex 1
The course reviews the new requirements and main differences to decontaminate Isolators, RABS and General Surfaces in Cleanrooms described in the new Draft of Annex 1 published in February 2020.
Online webinar - 16 June 2020
This course begins by a short description of the content of this new draft GMPs Annex 1 and main hot topics. Following, the course focuses on a specific hot topic : Decontamination Process.
This Process is always difficult to manage and a clear vision of the new requirements described in this draft is particularly important. Indeed, although the general approach is always the same “to disinfect efficiency a surface, it’s essential to clean it before!”, the methods and the requirements to attain a low level of contaminants are different, depending the surfaces concerned!
The scope of this course is to focus about the Decontamination Process for the 4 chapters concerned :
- Chapter 4 Premises
- Chapter 5 Equipment,
- Chapter 6 Utilities
- Chapter 8 Production and specific technologies.
Some keywords are difficult to define and they must be clearified :
Washing/Cleaning/Detergent, Disinfection/Disinfecting Agent, Fumigation/Sporicidal Agent, Sterilization and Decontamination.
We will also explain the following Keypoints :
Decontamination of surfaces of equipment in contact with product versus General Surfaces in Cleanrooms, Decontmination of RABS and Isolator : Major Differences, Utilities : Decontamination of a storage system and a loop distribution of a purified or a WFI Water.
To finish, we’ll come back about the comparison between a Fumigation Process (e.g. vapour-phased Hydrogen Peroxide) and a sterilization process to manage the decontamination process of surfaces in contact direct with products and especially vibrating bowls of closure systems in an isolator.
- Introduction New Draft Annex 1 February 2020
- Decontamination Process : General Presentation of Chapters concerned in the Draft
- Chapter 4 : Premises
- Chapter 5 : Equipment
- Chapter 6 : Utilities
- Chapter 8 : Production and specific technologies
- Glossary : Definition of key words often misunderstood
- Disinfection/Disinfecting Agent
- Fumigation/Sporicidal Agent
- Focus on the different Decontamination Processes and the new requirements of the Draft
- Equipment in contact with product versus General Surfaces in Cleanrooms
- RABS versus Isolator : Major Differences
- Primary Container : Example of Glass Vials
- Utilities : Storage System and Loop Distribution of a purified or a WFI Water
- Fumigation (e.g. Vapour-phased Hydrogen Peroxide) versus Sterilization
- Questions and Answers
Who should attend:
- Qualified Persons
- Sterility Assurance Managers
- Quality Directors
- Qualification and validation Managers
- Quality Control Managers
- Production Managers
- Teams responsible for Batch Release
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16 June 2020
14.00 - 15.30 CET (Central European Time)
Price (excl. local VAT):
250 Euro for the first participant.
115 Euro for the following participants on the same registration and invoice.
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