16 July 2020 | News
A useful guide for critical utility professionals and smaller manufacturing facilities to improvise compliance departments
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The International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) announced the release of its latest guide, ISPE Good Practice Guide: Critical Utilities GMP Compliance – How to Be Compliant and Ready to Prove It. The Guide was cultivated by leading experts to help pharmaceutical organizations achieve and maintain their critical utility systems in a state of control, and then be able to efficiently demonstrate their systems’ Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) compliance to regulatory inspectors and auditors.
“This Guide will be a big benefit to critical utility professionals and smaller manufacturing facilities where they don’t have as much bench depth in their compliance departments,” said Nik Krpan, President, Cheme Engineering, Guide co-lead. “This resource will help them to identify what are the critical areas they should be focusing on to achieve compliance for their critical utilities and how to host a more efficient audit.”
Key areas addressed in the Guide include:
Purchase the ISPE Good Practice Guide: Critical Utilities GMP Compliance – How to Be Compliant and Ready to Prove It online, available at ISPE.org/Publications/