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Supplementary Training Modules on Good Manufacturing Practice. Validation Part 5: Review and summary. Validation. Objectives To review: WHO validation definition Philosophy of validation Personnel requirements Protocol requirements DQ IQ OQ and PQ summary Checklist for validation.

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    1. Supplementary Training Modules on Good Manufacturing Practice Validation Part 5: Review and summary

    2. Validation Objectives To review: • WHO validation definition • Philosophy of validation • Personnel requirements • Protocol requirements • DQ IQ OQ and PQ summary • Checklist for validation

    3. Validation WHO validation definition • The documented act of proving that any procedure, process, equipment, material, activity or system actually leads to the expected results.

    4. Validation The VMP • The VMP provides a summary of the company’s philosophy, policy, intentions and approach to validation.

    5. Validation The WHO GMP Guidelines state: Validation studies are an essential part of good manufacturing practice and should be conducted in accordance with predefined protocols. • written report and conclusion • process and procedures • processing • testing • cleaning procedures

    6. Validation Personnel - Validation team members • Quality Assurance • Engineering • Manufacturing • Other disciplines may be involved depending on the product and process: • laboratory, technical services • research and development, regulatory affairs • clinical • chemical engineering • purchasing/planning

    7. Validation Protocol development (1) • Identification of process • Objective and measurable criteria • Length and duration of the validation • Shifts, equipment • Identification and quality of utilities • Identification of operators and operator training and qualification

    8. Validation Protocol development (2) • Complete description of the process • Relevant specifications and tests • Samples and sampling methods • Special controls or conditions • Process parameters to be monitored • Methods for controlling and monitoring

    9. Validation Protocol development (3) • Objective and subjective criteria used to evaluate the product • Definition of non-conformance • Statistical methods • Maintenance and repairs • Criteria for revalidation • Criteria for change control

    10. Validation

    11. Validation GMP Inspector’s check list for validation (1) Check that the manufacturer has: • A VMP and multi-functional team for validation • Planned approach , defined requirements • Identified and described processes • Analyse the amount of validation work to perform

    12. Validation GMP Inspector’s check list for validation (2) Check that the manufacturer has: • Selected methods and tools for validation • Created protocols • Performed DQ, IQ, OQ, PQ and documented results • Exerted change control, set revalidation time

    13. Validation Summary Validation • A quality toolthat makes sense • A prevention-based activity • Expensive • In danger of becoming overwhelming • Risk-based assessment of what needs to be validated or verified • The process must be under control