• Fundamentals of cleanrooms
  • Which activities are covered under Environmental monitoring
  • Regulatory expectations related EM
  • Parameters to be monitored in cleanrooms
  • Cleanroom classification
  • Viable particle monitoring
  • Passive, active, surface and personnel monitoring
  • Components of ideal EM program
  • Alert and action limits
  • UPS 1116 and Contamination recovery rates

A Complete Guide to Environmental Monitoring

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(Price for 30 day access)

This module provides an in-depth review of the regulatory requirements of environmental monitoring (EM) of cleanrooms, parameters to be monitored and the tools and techniques used for environmental monitoring.

What's inside

  • Fundamentals of cleanrooms
  • Which activities are covered under Environmental monitoring
  • Regulatory expectations related EM
  • Parameters to be monitored in cleanrooms
  • Cleanroom classification
  • Viable particle monitoring
  • Passive, active, surface and personnel monitoring
  • Components of ideal EM program
  • Alert and action limits
  • UPS 1116 and Contamination recovery rates

Additional information

Who is it for

This course is aimed at personnel in production and quality functions who wish to increase their understanding of regulatory requirements and expectations for the environmental monitoring of pharmaceutical operations. It will be of particular use to anyone performing environmental monitoring and those involved in collating and interpreting the results obtained during EM.

Why it matters

Environmental monitoring is one of the key aspects affecting product quality in the manufacture of sterile medicinal products. Both EMA and USFDA GMP regulations place special focus on this topic. Gaps in EM procedures and implementation can seriously impact patient safety and attract regulatory action.

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