Validation Of Temperature Controlled Cabinets & Rooms
New documents from Validation Online:
Protocols: Climate Controlled Cabinets and Rooms.
IQ, OQ and PQ protocols now available along with combined IQ/OQ/PQ and the whole suite of documents starting with the VP and following with VRA - IQ – OQ and completing with the PQ.
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If your warehouse stores regulatory controlled product - then it is that product's storage requirements, which dictate what conditions must be maintained within the warehouse. If the product has restriction on storage temperature and or humidity, then you must verify through validation that while the product is stored in the warehouse it will be stored within the stipulated temperature and humidity parameters.
So, if the product has no limitations, then there is no validation required. If the product has limitations, then you design you qualifying protocols to show that the product is always maintained within the required parameters.
It is up to you to develop a justification for the time between logging parameters. Experiment - leave the door open or turn the HVAC plant off - then note how long it takes for the system to sense the change. If the system takes 30 minutes to notice a 1% change, and your tolerance is plus or minus 3%. Then you could quite easily justify logging parameters every 15 minutes. What ever you do, document and justify it in your OQ.
Total logging time - log for two complete weeks to cover all dynamic times when the warehouse is in use and all the static times when it is out of use.
If you have a critical product - then you will have to verify the above, during the hottest, driest, coldest and wettest local ambient climatic conditions the warehouse will have to operate in.
This usually means running the two week (minimum) logging exercise, when you are validating and then again once, or twice more. Or however often is required to verify that storage conditions were not compromised by local external ambient weather conditions. You are also required to verify that these runs were actually executed during these adverse climatic conditions. So you need to log the outside climatic ambient conditions.
Combined IQ/OQ/PQ Equipment Protocol (Issue-2). -- $159.00
combination protocol has been produced in response to several hundred
suggestions we received in our - Suggestions
Section. It has been carefully designed to make it the preferred choice for Process and Laboratory stand-alone equipment. It is an interactive, fully detailed, 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. It has become a very
Combined IQ-OQ-PQ Computer Protocol (Issue 3) -- $159.00
Software Validation SOP (Issue-2) -- $22.00
Software Validation Master Plan (issue-2) -- $115.00
Software Validation Risk Assessment (Issue 2) -- $125.00
Software User Requirements Specification. (Issue 2) -- $115.00
Software Validation Plan (Issue 2) -- $89.00
Software Design Qualification. (Issue 2) -- $89.00
Software Installation Qualification. (Issue 2) -- $89.00
Software Operational Qualification. (Issue 2) -- $89.00
Software Performance Qualification. (Issue 2) -- $89.00
Software Validation Package (Issue 1) -- $699.00
A recent warning letter demonstrates just how few companies use a Gap Analysis to validate that they are compliant. CAPA discrepancies continue to be the biggest single source of problems. However the daddy of them all recently has been a well known company that had carefully documented the levels of experience and educational standards required for various GMP sensitive roles (In accordance with GMP), only for the FDA to find the persons in these jobs were not qualified properly. (click here to read)
Do use a Gap Analysis and avoid these embarrassing events. Gap Analysis Tool (Issue 2.) -- $115.00
Validation Risk Assessment (Issue10.) -- $125.00
This popular Validation Risk Assessment (VRA) has now been edited and enlarged to include Part 11 assessment tables for you to use in classifying which of your predicate records require to be stored in compliance with 21 Part 11, and which do not. It also includes an Excel spreadsheet to allow you to establish a permanent record of all such judgements, as is now mandated by the regulatory authorities.