Understanding Disinfectant Qualification Studies – How to avoid errors

Technical details need to know about the disinfectant qualification study, data review, how to evaluate log reductions, how to use study data for routine clean room cleaning operations.

Why Should You Attend:
Disinfectant Qualification is an enormous undertaking for any company. If not planned and executed well; it may lead to results that can be erroneous. Learn from an expert who can share the various mistakes that can occur during this study, leading to unnecessary costs, leaving you with data that cannot be used.

This seminar will discuss all the technical details you need to know about the Disinfectant Qualification Study. The speaker will step by step walk you through the study's technical details and will advice on how to avoid errors. The speaker will also teach data review and how to evaluate log reductions. Using the nature of disinfectants how to pinpoint gross errors and technical glitches that could have occurred during execution of the study. Finally how to use the data generated by this study for routine clean room cleaning operations.

Areas Covered in the Seminar:

Disinfectants commonly used in the industry, their modes of action, efficacy, and toxicity.
Overview of the many methods and variations used for disinfectant qualifications.
Tube dilution method
Representative Hard surfaces
Discussions on the variants of each of the methods and the benefits and shortcomings of each method.
Discussion on the pitfalls expected when choosing each method available.
Disinfectant Qualification Protocol Considerations.
Planning the Study-Scheduling, costs and personnel-the first step.
Discussion on Method Validation and how to set acceptance criteria.
When and how Recovery Study should be performed and calculated.
Errors that can occur during Efficacy Testing.
How and why to verify inoculums.
Expiry Dating Study for Disinfectants-how much to test.
How to identify execution errors when reviewing data.
Establishing and Implementing Corrective Actions.
Translation of disinfectant qualification results to cleaning procedures to prevent contamination.
Commonly observed deficiencies in Disinfectant Qualification studies that may lead to contamination or FDA observations.

Who Will Benefit:

Contract laboratories
Validation personnel