This combined IQ OQ PQ protocol has been produced in response to several hundred reader suggestions we received in our ‘Suggestions Section’. This integrated protocol has been carefully designed to make it the preferred choice for Process and Laboratory stand alone equipment. It is an interactive sixty three page protocol that runs to approximately seven thousand words. It is presented in 'MS Word' to facilitate ease of final editing by the end user.
The IQ section in the combined iq oq pq document establishes documented verification that key aspects of the equipment adhere to approved design intentions and that the recommendations of the manufacturer have been suitably considered. The OQ section of this jointed protocol establishes that there is documented verification that the installed system functions as specified and that there is sufficient documentary evidence to demonstrate this. The PQ section of this jointed protocol gives documented verification that the equipment performance in its normal operating environment is consistently and precisely as specified in the user Requirements Specification (URS).
This Combined IQ–OQ-PQ protocol is a really easy and attractive document to use. It is prefaced by a 10 page SOP, which enables you to follow the SOP instruction and progressively (page by page) convert this fully detailed template into a superb Combined IQ-OQ-PQ protocol.
This protocol is targeted at equipment and is suitable for all equipment from the laboratory to the process line. All standard verification's are already included in the protocol format and all test scripts are fully documented and referenced.
Validation Online documents should never be confused with the routine document templates available on the internet. These templates are mainly little more than a list of chapter headings. Where as, Validation Online documents are of a unique interactive design which has been developed over the last ten years. Ten years during which regulatory compliant documentation has been successfully supplied to over sixty countries.
Our unique combined IQ-OQ-PQ design was developed by a team of pharmaceutical consultants working across the pharmaceutical, medical device and bio-technical industries. These consultants covered all the validation disciplines and collectively pondered long and hard to come up with a design that would be acceptable to all users and highly cost effective for companies.
Now this new combined IQ–OQ-PQ protocol brings a refreshingly simple and attractive approach for the industry professional, enabling them to raise professional quality validation protocols in a very efficient and cost effective manner.
The V chart shown below indicates the relationship between the various validation documents and protocols. It can be easily recognized that each of these documents and protocols play an essential role in the validation task. All these documents must be considered mandatory in the majority of instances.
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Why does something as simple as a spreadsheet figure in so many regulatory citations? Good question; and at times a difficult one to answer. When you ask a group of compliance personnel the same question you will be informed that Excel cannot be validated because it does not seal the original copy (of the spreadsheet), allows the original to be modified and has an audit trail that can be disabled. All true, but none of these problems interfere with your ability to validate that the spreadsheet is fit for purpose. They only preclude you from using the spread sheet as a compliant repository for any data that has to be store in compliance with 21 CFR Part 11.
If the spreadsheet is signed off and dated by the user, their supervisor and QA, it becomes regulatory acceptable data stored in hardcopy, and Part 11 does not apply.
After numerous requests for this, we have launched our brand new SOP for Spreadsheet Creation to cover these and other known target points that the regulators consistently hone into as soon as they find that spreadsheets are being used. Use this Spreadsheet Creation SOP to ensure that you create spreadsheets that are validatable. Then use our spreadsheet validation pack to validate them.
SOP for Spreadsheet Creation. -- $125.00
The SOP for Computer Equipment Validation
continues to be an extremely popular document. This document leads you through
the validation process, from the URS to the final P2Q. The Risk and Part 11 Validation Risk Assessment (VRA) protocol is becoming the most important document in the validation train. The VRA reassures the regulators that you have looked at specific equipment functionality and considered the appropriate level of validation that is required. You have also considered various aspects of its use and the implications of any malfunctions. From the results of this exercise the scope of all validation activity can and must be justified. This is a robust and simple to execute document, one that will lead you through the process and deliver a result that can be used as the foundation for your validation activities.
SOP Equipment Validation.
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Validation Risk Assessment (Issue11.) -- $125.00
This VRA now includes the assessment table for categorizing and documenting the new 21 CFR Part 11 guidance ruling on what predicate data must be stored in a Part compliant system, along with the new broadsheet to establish your new database of part 11 records. (now mandatory).
The SOP for Computer Equipment Validation continues to be an extremely popular document. This document leads you through the validation process, from the URS to the final P2Q.
The Risk and Part 11 Validation Risk Assessment (VRA) protocol is becoming the most important document in the validation train. The VRA reassures the regulators that you have looked at specific equipment functionality and considered the appropriate level of validation that is required. You have also considered various aspects of its use and the implications of any malfunctions. From the results of this exercise the scope of all validation activity can and must be justified. This is a robust and simple to execute document, one that will lead you through the process and deliver a result that can be used as the foundation for your validation activities.