Presented by EAS Independent Consultant, Charlotte Peyton
December 15-16, 2020
Compliance with Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) requirements for Research and Development and Quality Control Laboratories cover the physical, analytical, and microbiological safety of operations and products. It is critical to ensure laboratory GMP are met to satisfy FDA requirements.
Do you understand how to perform a thorough, timely, unbiased, well-documented, and scientifically sound Out-of-Specification (OOS) investigation? Are you aware of recent FDA regulatory and administrative actions?
Join EAS Consulting Group for a virtual seminar on ensuring GMP laboratory compliance.
Additional topics include:
- analyst training and qualification;
- the laboratory’s physical facility and environment;
- instrument qualification, calibration and maintenance programs;
- laboratory sample control processes;
- the management of standards and chemicals;
- the management of data;
- overall laboratory documentation;
- Quality Agreements.
The development, verification, validation, control, and use of test methods as well as transfer thereof will also be discussed.
This intensive seminar will provide the critical details to facilitate diligent management and oversight of GMP laboratory operations.
Who Should Attend
This seminar will benefit individuals involved in the Regulatory Affairs, Quality Control/Quality Assurance, Manufacturing, Research & Development, Validation/Qualification, laboratory analysts, supervisors and managers. It will be of particular interest to those charged with implementing, validating and maintaining laboratory compliance programs.
$625.00 – $700.00
Two or more registrants from the same company – 10% (use GROUP10 discount code at checkout)
* only one discount code may be used
All cancellations after December 1, 2020, will result in a 25% processing fee.
If the minimum number of participants is not met by December 1, 2020, EAS reserves the right to cancel and refund registrations in full.
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About the Presenter
EAS Independent Consultant, Charlotte Peyton, supports EAS dietary supplement, pharmaceutical and cannabis clients from startup and growth through manufacturing support. Her expertise includes quality, regulatory and management, method development and method validation for FDA regulated drug, dietary supplement, and bioanalytical samples. She has extensive experience in writing validation protocols, reports and SOPs and assists with implementation of stability programs and report writing for drug and dietary supplement finished products.