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How Regulators Looks at Deviations?

Description

In pharmaceutical industry, strict compliance to approved policies and procedures is essential to keep manufacturing operations in a state of control. Uncontrolled changes like deviations can affect the safety and reliability of products, not to mention the regulatory status of products, directly affecting public health and safety.

What will you learn

in this course, We will learn about how regulator analyse the deviation.

Language: English

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How Regulators Looks at Deviations?

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About the instructor

Mr. Dhaval Surti, holds a Degree in Pharmacy, from A.R. College of Pharmacy, Vallabh Vidhyanagar, Gujarat, India and Diploma certification in management from Indira Gandhi National Open University. In his vast experience of more than 18 years, he had worked in injectable manufacturing, validation, quality assurance and regulatory audits. He has been part of 4 injectable manufacturing project qualification and has rich experience of project and qualification. He has worked with reputed companies in India includes Sun Pharmaceuticals, Halol-Gujarat, Zydus Pfizer Oncology Pvt. Ltd- Ahemedabad, Aculife Healthcare Pvt. Ltd, Ahmedabad and Emcure Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Ahmedabad. He has also undergone numerous training programs such as MHRA GMP Inspection and Regulatory Workshop conducted by MHRA, ‘Auditor’s Qualification Course’, ‘Cleaning validation’, ‘Process Validation-The Lifecycle Paradigm’, ‘Continuous Process Verification’, training on GAMP5, Quality Risk Management ICH Q8, Q9, Q10 Regulatory Expectations and Practical consideration, Validation in Manufacturing’. As Quality Assurance Head, he led various quality assurance functions which includes validation, in-process quality assurance, quality management system, quality assurance in quality control, training and documentation. In his role as a validation head at Zydus Pfizer Oncology Pvt. Ltd, he has gained rich of experience in area qualification, smoke studies, Equipment qualification (Liquid, Lyophilized, Terminal Sterilized), Media Fills (Liquid, freeze dryer, PFS), Utilities Qualification, Freeze dryer qualification, Process and Cleaning Validation, 21 CFR Part 11 compliance, Cleaning Validation. He holds experience in injectable manufacturing in his initial association with Sun Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Halol, which includes Liquid Manufacturing, Filtration and Filling (Aseptic, Freeze Dried and Terminal Sterilized), Suspension Manufacturing, Filtration and Filing, Emulsion Manufacturing, Filtration and Filing, Pre-filled Syringe, Infusion bag filling, Packing line qualification and operation. Dhaval Surti have a deep desire to bring a positive change to the careers of Pharma Professionals by sharing the experience & knowledge that I gained during my career.
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How Regulators Looks at Deviations
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Material Includes

  • 1 Learning Video
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Enrolment validity: 30 days

Target Audience

  • Pharma Production
  • Quality Control
  • Pharma Engineering
  • Quality Assurance

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