Microbial Control of Isolators and Cleanrooms: How to Validate the Use of a New Plate

Cleanroom Technology and Thermo Fisher Scientific joined forces to bring present an exclusive webinar on how to successfully perform on-site validation for settle plates and contact plates used in environmental monitoring during pharmaceutical manufacturing

Cleanroom Technology and Thermo Fisher Scientific recently presented a webinar entitled 'Microbial Control of Isolators and Cleanrooms: How to Validate the Use of a New Plate'.

John Cobb, Managing Director, Microbial Contamination Control, and Colin Booth, Global Director of Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs, Microbiology Products, Thermo Fisher Scientific, addressed a number of issues surrounding TWI-PPM (Triple Wrapped Irradiated Pre-Prepared Media) plates, including:

  • Why do we need to validate our TWI-PPM and methods of use?
  • What regulations and guidelines do we see?
  • What affects TWI-PPM so much that we need to control it so tightly?
  • TWI-PPM Validations and Controls – by the Manufacturer
  • TWI-PPM Validations and Controls – by the Pharmaceutical End User
  • What do we need to see in the ideal TWI-PPM product?

The speakers also considered the features of an ideal TWI-PPM plate and how the latest Thermo Scientific product meets these requirements.

If you missed the opportunity to participate in this informative and interactive webinar, you now have the chance to watch it online here.

The Q&A session and subsequent follow-up have been transcribed and can be found here.

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