Vaisala hosts webinar on GxP temperature mapping


Vaisala hosts webinar on GxP temperature mapping


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Press Release | Vaisala Oyj

FEBRUARY 25, 2015

Vantaa, Finland: Vaisala, will host a live webinar to share latest best practice on GxP temperature mapping.

The webinar, hosted by Vaisala’s senior regulatory compliance expert Paul Daniel, will focus on modern rules and best practice for validation and mapping, providing five crucial rules for correct sensor placement. The rules are presented in simple mathematical format to allow those with limited experience of designing and performing mapping studies to determine appropriate sensor placement. Mr. Daniel will also discuss recently published guidance that applies to environmental mapping.

The webinar Modern Rules for an Old Practice: Sensor Placement for GxP Temperature Mapping begins at 4 PM (GMT) on February 26, 2015, and will be followed by a live question and answer period. Mr. Daniel will also answer detailed queries by email following the webinar.

Massive increase in scope

“This webinar is really designed for regulatory, quality and validation managers, metrology monitors and those in charge of facilities, labs and warehouses and anyone else who needs to meet latest regulatory requirements for validating temperature and humidity in controlled environments,” said Paul Daniel.

Recent global regulatory changes in Good Distribution Practice (GDP) have massively increased the scope and need for temperature mapping,” he noted.

“For anyone new to performing or reviewing mapping studies, or who needs to train individuals unfamiliar with mapping, knowing these new rules will be an invaluable asset,” Mr. Daniel added.

The webinar is one of a series of tutorials hosted by Vaisala on different aspects of GxP environmental management.

About Vaisala

Vaisala is a global leader in environmental and industrial measurement. Since its foundation in the 1930s, Vaisala has amassed unparalleled knowledge and expertise in providing a comprehensive range of innovative observation and measurement products and services for weather-related, industrial and life sciences markets.

Vaisala’s mission is to help its customers ensure operational quality, reduce risk, increase productivity and achieve energy savings through precise and reliable measurement and monitoring.

For the life sciences industries, Vaisala’s Controlled Environment division provides a wide portfolio of offerings, including monitoring systems, measuring instruments, data loggers, and services.

Many life science customers, including pharmaceutical, biotechnical, medical device and drug distribution companies, rely on Vaisala monitoring systems for continuous environmental data, records, reports and alarms that allow companies and organizations to operate in demanding research, production, and storage areas while complying with tight authority regulation.

About the speaker

Paul Daniel is Vaisala’s Senior Regulatory Compliance Expert. He has seventeen years of validation experience in the pharmaceutical and medical device applications. He has worked on a wide range of qualification projects, including process, cleaning, shipping, laboratory equipment, packaging, software, and network and computer validation. He has an extensive practical grounding in applying the GMP principles found in 21 CFR Parts 11, 210, 211, and 820.

His professional specialties include: authoring and executing validation protocols (IQ and OQ) for pharmaceutical manufacturing and software validation with a risk-based approach drawn from GAMP guidelines.

Media Contact

Paul Daniel, Senior Regulatory Compliance Expert, Vaisala
Tel: +1-781-933-4500
E-mail: paul.daniel@vaisala.com

Resources

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Click on GxP sensor placement webinar to register for the event.
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Supplier Information
Supplier: Vaisala Oyj
Address: Vanha Nurmijärventie 21, 01670 Vantaa, Finland
Tel: +358 989491
Fax: + 358 98949 2227
Website: http://www.vaisala.com


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