Pharmaceutical Risk Assessment: techniques and applications
The introduction in recent years of the concept of Quality Risk Management inside GMP guidelines has caused a change in the regulatory requirements for the pharmaceutical industry. Starting from the analysis of these important changes and the “ICH Q9 – Quality Risk Management” guideline, aim of the training “Pharmaceutical Risk Assessment: techniques and applications” will be to illustrate to the attendees the process of Quality Risk Management and all its phases: Risk Assessment, Risk Control, Risk Review and Risk Communication. The most widely used Risk Assessment techniques (Fishbone, Root Cause Analysis, FMEA, FTA, Risk Ranking and Filtering) will be examined and framed in the contexts in which they are most commonly applied. Emphasis will be put on making the attendee sufficiently familiar with these tools to help him tackle real life situations. To this end, the expert will showcase some case studies to better underline how to correctly put theory in practice.
Learning Objectives of The Training “Pharmaceutical Risk Assessment: Techniques And Applications”:
Understand how the application of Quality Risk Management has changed the regulatory requirements
Learn in detail all the steps that make up the Quality Risk Management process
Understand the main Risk Analysis Tools for an effective application in your own business reality
Identify the most appropriate Risk Analysis tools for each scenario
Learn which Risk Assessment models have been most applied to address regulatory requirements
Times are UTC +1 (Rome time)
9:00 am – 1:00 pm SESSION MARCH 7
9:00 am – 12:00 am SESSION MARCH 10
• QRM – GMP Update and Pharmaceutical Quality System
• ICH Q9 – Quality Risk management
• Overview of the main Risk Assessment Tools and focus on Fish Bone, Root Cause Analysis, FMEA, FTA and Risk Ranking and Filtering
• Examples of application of the tools with presentation of case studies:
– Risk Assessment approach ICH Q3D (Elemental Impurities in drug products)
– Nitrosamines Risk Assessment
• Supplier Risk Assessment (to determine audit frequency)
• Application of QRM in Cleaning Validation: definition of Cleaning Plan, Worst case product and calculation of limits
This training is addressed to professionals involved in Quality Assurance, Validation, Production, Quality Control, Engineering.
Graduated with a Master’s degree in Chemistry of Biological Molecules from the University of Florence in 2016, Andrea Calzolari works at Pharma D&S, a consultancy company in which over the over the years has carried out various activities: supporting companies in drafting GMP documentation (SOP, PQR, OQ/PQ reports), in the preparation of inspections (gap analysis), in performing audits to suppliers, in the execution of GMP Quality System Training and, its main activity, in the development of Quality Risk Management methodologies concerning process validations, Cleaning Validation, Cross-Contamination, control of elemental impurities (ICH Q3D), control of the presence of Nitrosamines in APIs and pharmaceutical products.
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