Venue: Loews Philadelphia Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Dec 08, 2003||End Date/Time: Dec 10, 2003|
The Institute for International Research's Cleaning Validation for Pharmaceutical and Biotech Manufacturers conference follows a long standing commitment to provide attendees with the tools needed to develop and implement sound cleaning validation programs. IIR continues its commitment by providing validation, manufacturing and QA specialists with best practices and tools to implement accurate cleaning validation programs to ensure product integrity and regulatory compliance.
The conference opens with two workshop options including a detailed workshop on TOC in your cleaning validation programs including a section on showing equivalence with more traditional methods. Ion Mass Spectrometry is covered in workshop two. The first day of the main conference, December 9, 2003, covers challenging topics including:
Key Parameters for Project Managers
Interpreting regulatory requirements for setting up a cleaning validation program
Setting acceptable residue limits as part of the cleaning validation process
Developing accurate sampling and testing methods for measuring residues
Critical cleaning issues to consider when outsourcing to contract manufacturing organizations
Overcoming cleaning validation change control challenges
Day Two of the main conference addresses topics including:
Understanding cleaning documentation requirements and preparing accurate records as part of the cleaning validation process
Microbial limit and bioburdan testing
An extended session on cleaning validation master planning
The Cleaning Validation for Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Manufacturers conference is designed to serve the specific needs of industry professionals. During this conference, you'll have networking opportunities to discuss issues and find solutions with colleagues in areas including Validation Engineers, Specialists, and managers; Cleaning Validation Professionals, Mangers of production and Manufacturing, Plant and Manufacturing Managers, Process Engineers, and QA/QC Specialists.