- QRM in C&Q Planning
- Risk Assessments – One Size Does Not Fit All
- Critical Aspects of Pharmaceutical Facilities and Equipment – Identification and Verification
- C&Q in the Process Validation Lifecycle
This White Paper applies QRM principles to facility operations in the pharmaceutical industry. Update your Commissioning, Qualification and Validation principles to a science- and risk-based management.
Table of Contents
- QRM: Beyond Qualification and Validation
- Applicability of QRM Concepts to a Site PQS
- Evaluating the Quality Impact of Legacy Systems/Functions
- Identification of Critical Aspects
- Change Control According to Quality Impact
- Calibration of Instruments
- Preventative Maintenance
- Periodic Review and Requalification of Legacy Systems
- About the Author
- CQV Outsourcing
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