Full Day Virtual Seminar: Understanding and Effectively Controlling Biofilm in Pharmaceutical Water (Pharmaceuticals Trai)
Venue: Online Event
|Event Date/Time: Jun 28, 2012||End Date/Time: Jun 28, 2012|
This interactive one-day course provides a thorough understanding of what makes water systems have microbial problems with proven solutions for microbial control. It also details how to validate that control by determining the operations and processes that logically must be evaluated in pharmaceutical water and steam systems during the validation exercise in a manner that will please FDA.
Finally, and perhaps most importantly, attendees will learn how to institute simple sampling, monitoring and microbial control levels that will dramatically reduce microbial excursions and facilitate having successful and accurate root cause investigation outcomes.
In short, if your job brings you in contact with any aspect of water system design, maintenance, trend monitoring, sampling, testing, sanitization, validation, responses to microbial excursions, root cause investigations, or regulatory interactions, you cannot afford to miss this invaluable training as well as the tips, tricks, and kernels of wisdom that this all-day webinar will give you.
Who Will Benefit:
- Engineers responsible for water system design and fabrication
- Maintenance personnel responsible for water system maintenance and sanitization
- Microbiological personnel involved in collecting and testing water system samples
- Validation personnel involved in writing and executing water system validation protocols
- Quality Assurance professionals involved in deviation investigations and oversight/approval of all other water system activities as well as those involved in defending water system issues to regulatory investigators who may or may not be water experts themselves
- Regulatory Affairs professionals involved in describing water and water systems in regulatory filings and also those involved with regulatory inspections
- Managers and supervisors of all these disciplines who need to understand what makes water systems unique design, control, monitoring, validation, and investigative challenges.