Writing & Executing a Software Validation Protocol: Plain and Simple, Year 2013
This quick and easy guide describes methods and approaches for writing a validation protocol that can help ensure a thorough validation effort. It also provides some tips and tricks on executing the protocol and documenting the results. While this book was written primarily for those new to validation projects and the effort required gathering sufficient evidence to support validation claims, experienced folks will likely find nuggets to help improve their efforts.
GDP is an essential skill you need to have when you’re working in the life science sector. GDP is not just about initials and dates (although it does play a big part of it) it’s about doing things the right way and making everything you do transparent. Honesty is the best policy and when you’re making medicinal products its essential you follow the rules.
This book describes how to perform the qualification assessment depending upon the impact of individual equipment on product quality. The risk based qualification assessment describes the qualification steps (RA,DQ, IQ, OQ, PQ etc.) required to qualify the equipment. This approach eliminates the duplication of effort and costly practices.
An Easy to Understand Guide to Validating Purified Water Systems
This quick and easy guide describes how to design, build, and validate a purified water treatment system according to current quality regulations and standards. You will find this guide especially helpful if you are in the planning phase for a new purified water treatment system, interested in upgrading your current system and new to water treatment projects.
Edited by Tim Sandle and Madhu Raju Saghee.
ISBN 978-0-9573491-6-2 (Hb) ISBN 978-0-9956666-0-3 (Pb)