This 90-minute course will is designed to help you logically investigate and define the specific quality attributes that your lab water systems need. By attending this training, you will be able to determine the potential deficiencies in your chosen solutions to providing water for your laboratories, rectify them and ensure regulatory compliance.
Why Should You Attend:
Maintaining appropriate quality of lab water systems is perhaps more important than many applications of manufacturing’s water systems. This is because the tests performed on manufacturing’s products can be affected by the lab water quality in insidious, hard to detect ways, which could cause perfectly good products to appear to fail testing or bad product to appear to pass.
This webinar will assist the attendees in logically investigating and defining the specific quality attributes their lab water systems need and not just default to manufacturing’s required water quality. The need or lack thereof to validate your water system will also be discussed along with how that validation may be very different from that employed for manufacturing’s water system. So you may not be doing enough for your water system or you might be going well overboard. Using packaged waters and/or small self-contained water purification systems are often considered alternatives to having and maintaining a full-fledged water system, but these water sources must also meet all compendial water quality requirements. They have unique and often unrealized challenges that may make them less cost effective than thought.
Areas Covered in the Seminar:
- What quality do you really need?
- Required attributes
- Perhaps unnecessary attributes
- Lab water supply options
- Lab water system design issues
- Lab water system validation
- Needed or not?
- Customized to attributes of importance
- Packaged water options and issues
Who Will Benefit:
This webinar will be valuable for all companies with in-house laboratories as well as, especially, for contract laboratories for FDA and EMA regulated industries, including Medical Devices, Diagnostics, Pharmaceuticals, and Biologics fields, as well as consumer products and cosmetics companies. The employees who will benefit attending include:
- Validation managers and personnel
- Engineers involved in water system design and installation
- Personnel and their managers involved in maintaining laboratory water systems
- QA managers and Regulatory Affairs personnel involved in defending lab water system operations and quality data to FDA and EMA inspectors and outside auditors
- QC laboratory managers and personnel involved in sampling, testing, and trending data from lab water systems
- QC analysts and their supervisors who use the lab water
- Consultants and Troubleshooters