The impact of water on daily activities within the production facility is significant and therefore, the ability to receive and maintain high quality water on demand becomes essential. This volume of IVT Network’s Utility Qualification includes 16 comprehensive articles that will help you address critical issues in utility qualification for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), water and compressed gasses.
Topics will tackle design basics, computerized system software, utilizing gassing systems in laboratories, maintaining quality when outsourcing, and so much more!
Here's a full line-up of what's in store for Volume II:
Biodecontamination of Cleanrooms and Laboratories Using Gassing Systems - Tim Sandle
Validation and Assessment of Computerized System Software in a Pharmaceutical Facility - Tim Sandle
The HVAC Process: Changing the Properties of Air - Alexander Delli Paoli, Jr.
HVAC Considerations for Compliance I–Design Basics - Alexander Delli Paoli, Jr.
Risk Consideration for Aging Pharmaceutical Facilities - Tim Sandle
Using QRM to Assure Lifecycle Process, Equipment, and Facility Improvement - Richard Friedman
Microbiological Assessment of Compressed Gases in Pharmaceutical Facilities - Tim Sandle
Sanitization of Pharmaceutical Facilities - Tim Sandle
FDA, USP, and the 503B Outsourcing Facilities - Scott Sutton
Compendial Water Storage Systems - William V. Collentro
Compendial Water Systems—Proactive Preventative Maintenance Part I - William Collentro
API Pharmaceutical Water Systems Part II: Water System Validation - Mary Sexton
The Rouging Effect in Pharmaceutical Water Systems: Causes and Strategies for Prevention - Tim Sandle
Control of WFI and Clean Steam Systems for Bacterial Endotoxins - Tim Sandle
Ensuring Sterility: Autoclaves, Wet Loads, and Sterility Failures - Tim Sandle
Maintaining Quality When Outsourcing - Tim Fields