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USFDA India Seminar 2011 at Mumbai

VALIDATION AND 21 CFR PART 11 COMPLIANCE OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS by

Dr.Ludwig Huber

On 15th and 16th September , 2011 at Renaissance by J.W Marriott at Mumbai

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USFDA India Seminar 2011 at Mumbai Dr.Ludwig Huber Director of Labcompliance

About Speaker: Dr. Ludwig Huber, Ph.D., is Director for global FDA compliance at Labcompliance. He is the author and editor of www.labcompliance.com, the on-line resource for validation and global FDA compliance. He is also the author of the bestselling books “Validation of Computerized Analytical and Networked Systems ” and “Validation and Qualification in Analytical Laboratories,”. Currently, Dr. Huber is on the Scientific Advisory board of IVT´s GxP and Validation Journals, and he has given multiple presentations mainly on GLP/GMP, 21 CFR Part 11 and Validation around the world. This included seminars and presentations for the US FDA, ISPE, PDA, PIC/S and several national health agencies. Dr. Huber also received the “First International GLP Award” from Indian Drug Manufacturer Association for presentations and publications about GLP and GMP

The concept ? 50 % of the time will be dedicated to workshop type exercises using prepared fill-in templates and to interactive discussions

Past Seminars

Date and Venue: September 15th and 16th, 2011 Renaissance by J.W Marriott at Mumbai #2 & 3B, Near Chinmayanand Ashram, Powai. Mumbai, 400 087 India Contact number: 000 800 440 1180


USFDA India Seminar 2011 at Mumbai Seminar Content: Day 1 - 15th Sept 2011 Module 1: Regulatory requirements and recommendations from Industry Task Forces u ? FDA and EU requirements for software and computer system validation u ? FDA Inspection and Enforcement Practice How does validation help to improve your business u ? Examples of recent Warning Letters and 483s u ? Computer validation according to GAMP 5 u ? Which systems need to be validated u ? Selecting the right validation approach for commercial off-the-shelf system u ? Using the risk based validation approach to lower costs u ? Step-by-step instruction for risk assessment according to most recent guidelines u ? Workshop Exercises Module 2: Eight Steps for Cost Effective Computer System Validation u ? Forming the validation team: Selecting the right members and a project leader u ? Planning for effective implementation u ? Writing meaningful specifications u ? Selecting and qualifying the right vendor using the risk based apprach u ? Preparing the site for installation u ? Installing and testing the system for correct operation u ? Testing during on-going use: what and how u ? Validating existing systems u ? Change control and revalidation u ? Workshop exercises Module 3.Initial and ongoing tests of software and computer systems u ? How to reduce costs though risk based testing using the traceability matrix u ? Justify and document what and how much to test u ? Leveraging vendor testing u ? Understanding FDA warning letter phrases: testing for worst cases, high load, limit u ? Testing COTS systems according to GAMP V u ? Developing a test plan and protocols u ? Required training documents of IT professionals and test engineers: don't forget GMP training u ? How to conducting and document tests: demonstrating test evidence u ? Review and approval of test protocols u ? Handling deviations u ? Workshop exercises Module 4: Minimum Validation Documentation Inspectors want to see u ? Why are the validation plan and validation report the most important documents u ? Supplier agreement u ? Supplier assessment reports u ? Change control procedures and change control logs u ? Back-up and archiving strategy u ? Evaluation and review of computer systems u ? Internal audit records versus reviews u ? Contingency Plan u ? Disaster recovery plan u ? Reduce validation costs by using easy to understand and use fill-in blank validation documents u ? Going through examples and fill-in templates

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Conference timings: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Day 2 - 16th Sept 2011 Module 5: Validation and Use of Excel Spreadsheets in regulated environments u Regulatory requirements for spreadsheets; FDA Part 11, PIC/S Good Practice Guide. and the EU Annex 11 u Recommendations from the new GAMP®5 u How does FDA use Excel to comply with its own regulations: going through two FDA information bulletins u How to design spreadsheets for compliance. u The reduced lifecycle for cost effective validation u ? How to ensure and validate spreadsheet integrity. u When, what and how much to test? u Validation of standard/native Excel functions? u Specifics of Excel spreadsheets and Macro programs u Excel spreadsheet validation from beginning to the end: A case study that can be used by everybody Module 6: Qualification of Network Infrastructure and Validation of Networked Systems u Why to qualify infrastructure if we validate the system anyway u Recommendations from FDA and GAMP u Configuration management and change control as the most important network qualification steps u Qualification of PC clients, servers, data centers u What and how much to test with the risk based cost/benefits in mind: u Qualification of network components, servers, PC clients, u Documentation requirements: SOP, installation and test scripts, system diagrams, change logs u Going through a real life inspection u Using the internet in regulated environment u Workshop exercises Module 7. Understanding the spirit and basics of the FDA Part 11 and the EU GMP Annex 11 u FDA and EU requirements for electronic records and signatures: similarity and differences u FDA inspection and enforcement practices of electronic records: examples of recent FDA warning letters u History, current status and future of Part 11 and Annex 11 u The difference between electronic and digital signatures u E-signature requirements for Annex 11 and Part 11 u Deciding which systems require Part 11/Annex 11 u Define user requirements for Part11/Annex 11 based on risk u Performing a Part 11 gap analysis u Upgrading old or purchasing new systems: compliance and business aspects u Six steps for risk based implementation of Part 11/Annex 11 Module 8. Learn how to ensure and document data integrity for Part 11/EU Annex 11 Compliance u What to archive for hybrid systems: paper records or electronic records u Justification and documentation your approach towards Part 11/Annex 11 documentation u Raw data: Definition, acquisition, maintenance and archiving u Defending data security and integrity u Audit trail: the most important function to demonstrate data integrity u FDA expects to review audit trails: who, what, how many times u When do we must keep e-records after print out: 5 eye opening case studies u Auditing computer systems for Part 11/Annex 11 compliance u ‘Must’ documents you must have for FDA/EMA Part 11/Annex 11 inspections u Going through model case studies u Workshop exercises u Final discussion and wrap-up

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USFDA India Seminar 2011 at Mumbai What you get: What you pay:

1. Learning Objectives

1. Price for One Delegate pass – INR

2. Participation certificates

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3. Interactive sessions with the US expert

2. Early bird price for one Delegate pass –

4. Post event email assistance to your queries.

INR 14000 + 10.3% tax

5. Special price on future purchase of web based trainings.

3. Group Delegate pass (5 & above) – 10%

6. Special price on future consulting or expertise services.

discount on total amount.

7. Special price on future seminars by GlobalCompliancePanel. 8. Seminar Kit – includes presentation handout, ID card, brochure, trainings catalog,

Professionals who will benefit:

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? Directors

9. Networking with industry's top notch professionals

? IT/IS managers and system administrators

Companies that will benefit:

? QA managers and personnel

? Pharmaceutical development and manufacturing ? Active pharmaceutical Ingredients Industry ? IT/IS Service providers ? Contract laboratories ? Medical device companies ? CROs ? CMOs

? QC and Lab managers ? Validation specialists ? Software developers ? Regulatory affairs ? Training departments ? Documentation department ? Consultants

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