Live Webinar Presentation
In order to achieve contamination control in cleanrooms, the use of defined cleaning techniques along with the application of detergents and disinfectants is of great importance. This presentation introduces some of the critical factors to consider when selecting a disinfectant for use within a cleanroom. This presentation examines the basics of cleaning and disinfection and summarises the main types of disinfectants available while explaining their advantages and disadvantages.
Madison is a pharmaceutical microbiologist who has experience in the manufacture of a range of pharmaceutical formats including non-sterile liquids, topicals, and parenteral drug products. Madison’s experience includes working with a team to design and qualify a clinical drug product manufacturing facility. She has experience developing an environmental monitoring programme for an ISO classified aseptic manufacturing facility and established an on-site microbiology laboratory. She has also been responsible for site-wide aseptic operations, training, and gowning programs.
Madison has led numerous investigations into environmental monitoring non-conformities, utilizing risk management to identify and mitigate contamination risks. She has implemented necessary changes to facility design, procedures, and personnel training to optimise the process and minimise contamination risks. She holds a BSc in Microbiology, is a IRCA accredited GMP provisional auditor, and is a member of the PDA and American Society for Microbiology.
Who Should Attend
This training course is intended for professionals who are responsible for compliance, monitoring, application and operation of the cleaning and disinfection of a pharmaceutical manufacturing facility.