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: 13th - 15th November, 2012Location
: Barnard Castle, United KingdomSummary:
Pharmaceutical, Water - Training
Water is used throughout the pharmaceutical industry, as a raw material, a process intermediate, product ingredient or as a finished product in itself. Its wide use in many applications demands that manufacturers look very closely at regulatory requirements, specifications, purification methods, installation and validation. Water systems are always a major area of interest during regulatory inspections, and still represent a significant cause of many non-compliance issues.
This course presents an independent view of the design, qualification, validation, operation, management control and maintenance of high purity pharmaceutical water systems. The course is delivered by professionals who have extensive experience in the pharmaceutical industry in the disciplines of production, engineering, QA, validation, chemistry and microbiology. Pharmaceutical Water Systems Principles in Practice provides an interactive mix of lectures and workshops which will describe the basic theory and techniques and illustrate how these are practically applied.
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