Reading Scientific Services (RSSL) announces a series of webinars

Three webinars will cover the over-arching strategy for performing a successful cleaning validation

The data used to determine the success of a cleaning validation is built upon both the effective evaluation of the manufacturing plant and the robustness of the validated analytical method. In order to ensure the safety of the consumer, there must be a high degree of confidence in the analytical results in order to verify the absence of residues at the prescribed limits on the various equipment surfaces. The efficacy of disinfectants must be validated as part of microbiological contamination control.

Reading Scientific Services (RSSL) a specialist in scientific consultancy,is hosting a series of webinars to cover the over-arching strategy for performing a successful cleaning validation, with detail on some of the key factors to consider at both the manufacturing, microbiological and analytical stages, highlighting many common pitfalls to avoid.

Webinar 1

The Importance of a Good Plant Inspection to a Successful Cleaning Validation Outcome

Date & Time:18 May 2:00pm - 3:00pm (GMT)

Learning outcomes:

  • Understanding your equipment
  • Identifying factors that affect cleaning
  • Design and control of cleaning methods
  • Link to analytical method development

Speaker: Brian Hammond, Cleaning Validation, RSSL Consultant

Webinar 2

Key Considerations when Developing Analytical Methods to Support Cleaning Validation

Date & Time: 11 June 2:00pm - 3:00pm (GMT)

Learning outcomes:

  • Identify key considerations when developing analytical methods
  • Use of appropriate recovery studies
  • Residue limits and their importance in the method development process
  • Evaluation of different sampling techniques
  • Importance of swab stability studies

Speaker: Steve Alley, Technical Specialist

Webinar 3

Validating the Efficacy of Disinfectants

Date & Time: 5 July 2:00pm - 3:00pm (GMT)

Learning Outcomes:

  • How to approach the validation with the right assessment
  • Choosing the right organisms and surfaces
  • Understanding the practical test
  • Importance of the disinfection process
  • Applying the right acceptance criteria

Speaker: Darlington Nwodo, Microbiology Laboratory Manager

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