In this blog series we will examine what a new fill line looks like with and without QbD implemented at the design phase. We will study each critical area of the fill line and the activities necessary to effectively bring the control features into effect. These examples come from real-world applications experienced by the Particle Measuring Systems’ Advisory Services Team. Our team has over 70 years of collective experience working in and advising cleanroom users around the world.
In Annex 1 Quality Risk Management (QRM) principles and risk-based approaches are prominent expectations. Risk-based approaches are mentioned 43 times in the draft reinforcing the importance of using Risk Based approaches in all aspects of sterile product manufacturing. Here we highlight requirements related to Quality Risk Management that are specifically mentioned in Annex 1, including: […]
Cleaning and disinfection of a pharmaceutical fill line & surrounding areas is a critical component of cleanroom contamination control. We all think we are familiar with the principles of cleaning protocols, but it is deceptively easy to get this form of control wrong without applying the standards of QbD to the new equipment and facility […]