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Environmental Monitoring Discussion Sessions at Pharmig:

Environmental Monitoring Discussion Sessions at Pharmig:
03/07/2018

Cherwell Laboratories were proud to sponsor one of the discussion sessions at the 25th annual Pharmig conference at Crown Plaza, Heythrop Park near Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire. I was co-host of the first discussion session with Cherwell's Sales Manager, Andrew Barrow. I also attended the second session on environmental monitoring, which Steris sponsored.

We were keen for the delegates in our session to talk about the risks associated with Environmental Monitoring in their facilities. Following a short presentation from Andrew Barrow, I got the ball rolling by putting forward the question: How do delegates choose their environmental monitoring locations? The two most popular tools in choosing EM locations are Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) and Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA). After an uncomfortable silence, Laura Guardi, a Pharmig committee member who works at AstraZeneca mentioned they use FMEA to choose the appropriate EM locations. A number of delegates said they inherited their current system and they were unsure of the rational regarding the choice of the EM locations in their facility. The main physical tool used was smoke studies looking at the flow of air.

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