How to Implement USP <1058> for Lab Equipment Qualification - Webinar CD/Transcript
How to Implement USP <1058> for Lab Equipment Qualification: Creating a Bullet-Proof Master Plan
Worldwide, USP general chapter <1058> is considered the gold standard for analytical instrument qualification and calibration.
But the large number of FDA warning letters continually issued for improper equipment qualification is a clear sign that companies are still struggling to correctly implement this requirement.
Some say it's because <1058> doesn't really give specific 'how to' advice on qualifying laboratory instruments. Regardless of the reason, though, manufacturers are desperately looking for answers to their questions. There's a real need for help.
That's why FDAnews and Dr. Ludwig Huber, PhD, joined together for How to Implement USP <1058> for Lab Equipment Qualification.
During this webinar CD and transcript, Dr. Huber takes you step-by-step through the complete qualification process and teach you how to create a bullet-proof master plan that will pass FDA scrutiny.
He focuses on the all-important planning process and shows you how to write a practice qualification report. In addition, you'll hear Dr. Huber's practical recommendations and receive such valuable tools as qualification examples, test scripts and templates.
But that's not all. You'll also learn the 3 industry-proven SOPs that take the guesswork out of how you interpret and implement USP <1058>:
- Allocate your entire lab equipment into 3 USP categories
- Define required procedures and deliverables for each category
- Qualify your equipment according to the USP chapter
BONUS: You'll also get your own downloadable copy of Dr. Huber's 70-page primer “Analytical Instrument Qualification and System Validation," the best reference resource on this topic that you'll find anywhere.
Order today. It's the opportunity of a lifetime to hear directly from Dr. Ludwig Huber, PhD, the recognized expert whose own approach to equipment verification is at the center of this critical FDA requirement.