Analyzing Environmental Monitoring Data in Cleanrooms
Online Course Course

Analyzing Environmental Monitoring Data in Cleanrooms

  • Dates 10 June 2024
  • Location Zoom
  • Hours 5 hours
  • Language English
  • Hours 15:00-20:00 Brussels
  • 14:00-19:00 UK
  • 09:00am-02:00pm New York
$700 Until 28 Apr 2023
$780 Until 03 Jun 2024
$900 Until 10 Jun 2024
About the Course
Josh Magnus
Lecturer: Josh Magnus
Magnus Solutions was founded by Josh Magnus, Sterile manufacturing and cleanroom expert, Aseptic trainer and lecturer.
Previous positions:

>>The Aseptic Expert – Teva pharmaceuticals – Sterile plant in Israel
Monitoring, analyzing and improving environmental monitoring results, EM SME for audits and inspections (FDA, EU, IMH), managing the EM monitoring team (samplers), advise and consult the sterile plant manager, investigate EM OOS, staff training on sterile issues (gowning, cleanroom behavior, etc.), improving process, equipment and disinfectants for the cleanroom.

>>Training and development manager - Teva pharmaceuticals – Sterile plant in Israel
Planning and executing training plans for all staff and management.

>>Manager Cleanroom services dept. – HY Labs Israel
EM monitoring, physi

This course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the environmental monitoring (EM) process in cleanrooms, focusing on the critical aspects of data collection, analysis, interpretation, and presentation. It addresses the best practices for ensuring data integrity, compliance with regulatory standards, and effective communication of findings to various stakeholders, including internal management and external auditors.

Subtopics: Data Collection and Integrity, Statistical Analysis, Data Interpretation, Reporting for Internal and External Audits.
Readings: Pre-course materials include articles on EM best practices, regulatory guidelines (like ISO 14644 and FDA 21 CFR Part 11), and case studies.
Assignments: Attendees will engage in hands-on data analysis exercises and participate in mock presentation sessions. Post-course, a take-home assignment will be provided for further practice.

Fundamentals of Investigations and Risk Assessment

Introduction to Environmental Monitoring

  • Course objectives and expectations
  • Brief overview of environmental monitoring in cleanrooms

Fundamentals of Environmental Monitoring Data Collection

  • Types of data collected in cleanrooms (particles, microorganisms, temperature, humidity, etc.)
  • Selection and placement of sensors and sampling points
  • Frequency of collection and regulatory guidelines

Data Integrity and Compliance

  • Ensuring data integrity and traceability
  • Compliance with regulatory requirements (FDA 21 CFR Part 11, EU GMP Annex 1, etc.)
  • Common pitfalls and how to avoid them

Statistical Tools for Data

  • Introduction to statistical methods used in EM data analysis
  • Understanding variability and trends
  • Practical exercises using statistical software tools

Data Interpretation and Trending

  • Making sense of the data: interpreting results and identifying trends
  • Case studies: examples of good and bad EM data trends
  • Workshop: Analyzing provided data sets

Preparing Reports for Internal Use

  • How to compile data for internal decision-making
  • Developing internal reports that drive action
  • Role-play exercise: presenting data to management

Presenting EM Data to Auditors and Regulatory Agencies

  • What auditors and regulatory agencies expect
  • Best practices for presenting EM data externally
  • Mock audit: preparing and presenting data for scrutiny

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