This on-demand course reviews all things “engineering” in a way that is engaging and relatable to everyday nonhazardous sterile compounding.
In 3 dynamic lectures, the course covers USP requirements (both the 2008 and 2019 versions) as well as practical CriticalPoint best practice recommendations for design, build, and maintenance of primary and secondary engineering controls. A separate presentation details certification requirements, expectations of a certification report, and tips on working with and choosing a certification company.
To view the detailed agenda and learning objectives for this class click here. You can learn more about our faculty here.
This course includes 3.25 hours of home study Continuing Education.
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Access Duration: Access to this course expires 60 days from the date of registration. If you intend to receive CE credits, you must complete all requirements and complete the evaluation within 60 days of registration.
General Course Information
Lecture 1 Secondary Engineering Controls for Nonhazardous Sterile Compounding
Lecture 2 Primary Engineering Controls for Nonhazardous Sterile Compounding
Lecture 3 Testing and Certification of PECs and SECs
Course Evaluation (MANDATORY and TIME-SENSITIVE to obtain CE)
This class is taught by Adam West. Adam has over 10 years of experience in the certification industry providing Field Certification Services for 503A and 503B sterile compounding facilities and pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers. In addition to certification, he has extensive knowledge in viable environmental monitoring, including sampling plan development and remediation. Adam has also provided consultation services for USP Chapter 797 facility compliance. Adam holds the Registered Cleanroom Certification Professional – Sterile Compounding Facilities (RCCP-SCF) certification and NSF-49 accreditation. You can learn more about Adam by clicking the link in the Course Summary; or once you register, there will be information in the “Introduction” topic of this class.