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Pharmaceutical Environmental Monitoring

: 8 Mar 2021

Sector: Pharmaceutical

Type: Conference - Virtual, Training

Course Overview

Run in partnership with Environmental Monitoring & Process Validation Specialists, Cherwell Laboratories, the course addresses environmental monitoring for the manufacturing of both sterile and non-sterile products.

It looks at the legislation and guidance available, techniques employed to monitor pharmaceutical environments, data trending, and how to manage out-of-limit results. Additionally, a review of risks associated with contamination sources, monitoring methods, trending, and reporting of results is undertaken. 

The course agenda includes Technical Representatives from Cherwell explaining Microbial Air Sampling options, implementation aspects, and also a tour of Cherwell's manufacturing facility.

About our partner Cherwell Laboratories
Cherwell Laboratories provides standard and bespoke cleanroom microbiology solutions that help customers effectively manage their controlled environments and processes. Established for over 45 years, the company has built a strong reputation as a leading supplier of Redipor prepared microbiological media and environmental monitoring equipment, with considerable expertise within the pharmaceutical and related industries.


This course is aimed at personnel in production and quality functions who wish to increase their understanding of regulatory requirements and expectations for the environmental monitoring of pharmaceutical operations. It will be of particular use to anyone performing environmental monitoring and those involved in collating and interpreting the results obtained.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course you will:

  • Understand the testing techniques regularly used in pharmaceutical production operations
  • Know how to interpret results and identify trends
  • Know what factors to consider when developing an environmental monitoring programme appropriate for your operations

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