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A key requirement for the production of (bio)pharmaceutical products is to ensure freedom from contamination by adventitious agents such as bacteria, fungi, mycoplasma and viruses. Contamination issues may impact product safety and lead to lengthy investigations and costly recalls. Environmental monitoring of cleanrooms and adjacent areas is a critical component of a company's contamination control strategy, and is required for regulatory compliance.

1/13/2015
When: 01/13/2015
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Where: Biotility UF CERHB
13706 Innovation Dr
Alachua, Florida  32615
United States
Contact: Tammy Mandel
(386) 462-6397

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Environmental Monitoring

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A key requirement for the production of (bio)pharmaceutical products is to ensure freedom from contamination by adventitious agents such as bacteria, fungi, mycoplasma and viruses. Contamination issues may impact product safety and lead to lengthy investigations and costly recalls. Environmental monitoring of cleanrooms and adjacent areas is a critical component of a company's contamination control strategy, and is required for regulatory compliance. Participants in this course will be introduced to the principles of environmental monitoring and have the opportunity for hands-on activities. Topics include regulatory requirements, types and sources of contamination, cleanroom classifications, sampling methods and frequencies, interpretation of environmental testing results, and types of cleanroom microorganisms. In the laboratory exercise, students will perform environmental monitoring of air and surfaces and type microorganisms with the Gram stain.

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DATES: January 13, 2015
PRICE: $350

TIME: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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