Hello good people of the world! On May 15, 2016, the World Health Organization released its draft Guidelines on Validation. It is available on the WHO website for download here.
This post covers my review of the guidance. Continue reading WHO’s Draft Guidelines on Validation May 2016
Hello, good people of the world! Recovery studies are studies to support surface swab processes. They typically involve “spiking” a “coupon” made from a particular material with a known amount of the contaminate you’re interested in, and then systematically quantifying the amount recovered via the swab process.
You’ll need to perform recovery studies for all product-contact materials you have in your manufacturing process. These typically include 316L stainless steel, PTFE, glass, etc.
Hello, good people of the world! So you have a cGMP warehouse you need to qualify? Well, this post will provide plenty of information to get you started.
First, how do you know your warehouse is a “cGMP” warehouse. Well, it is if:
- The warehouse will house any raw material, excipient, intermediate, or finished product
- The warehouse will house equipment or process consumables, such as filters, bags, disposable tubing, etc.
- Any cGMP operations will occur in the warehouse, such as sampling, dispensing, kitting, track and trace, etc.
Any examples of common or even possible non-cGMP warehouse space in the Biopharma industry? Please leave a comment below.
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