Upcoming Live Webinar on Disinfectant Efficacy Testing

Disinfection efficacy studies play a significant role in the Pharmaceutical manufacturing environment in ensuring that the surfaces are adequately sanitized through cleaning and disinfection procedures. This helps maintain clean work environments and reduces the potential for microbial contamination. Join our in-detail upcoming live webinar which addresses the common questions asked by pharmaceutical customers and also discusses the principles presented in USP <1072> Disinfectants and Antiseptics and their applications which can be used at your facility to ensure a clean and safe work environment.

This webinar highlights:

  • Principles presented in USP <1072> Disinfectants and Antiseptics
  • Testing Methods and practices which help you adhere to cGMP
  • Quality Assurance of a Pharmacopeial article manufacturing/processing facility-aseptic processing

Title: Disinfectant Efficacy Testing on Site Specific Surfaces

Speaker: Grady Wertman, Study Director III, Nelson Labs

Abstract:  Manufacturing Pharmacopeial articles comes with great responsibility. In adhering to current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs), ensuring the controlled environment used for manufacturing and processing is clean and sanitized is critically important. Having site surfaces that are easily cleanable and non-porous are required for aseptic processing and ensuring these surfaces are being adequately sanitized through cleaning and disinfecting procedures is necessary. In this webinar, we will address the principles presented in USP <1072> Disinfectants and Antiseptics and how those principles are applied to ensuring the disinfectants, through in-vitro evaluations, used at your facility are sufficient to maintain appropriately clean work environments and reduce the potential for microbial contamination of the Pharmacopeial articles.  This webinar is intended for anyone involved with the adherence to cGMPs and/or quality assurance of a Pharmacopeial article manufacturing/processing facility in relation to aseptic processing.

Join us for an informative webinar on disinfectant efficacy testing on site-specific surfaces which will be held on March 26, 2024. In this session, we will cover USP <1072> Disinfectants and Antiseptics and the methods used in testing to support adequate sanitization of facility surfaces, providing you with valuable insights and practical tips to help you adhere to current Good Manufacturing Practices and ensure the disinfectant(s) utilized at your facility are effective. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enhance your knowledge and skills in manufacturing and/or processing environment cleaning and sanitization programs.


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