CGMP: Production Controls

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This program offers an overview of good manufacturing practice, with a comprehensive emphasis on production controls. The program builds on GMP06, the contamination control course. The course will describe and define starting material controls, dispensing controls, processing controls, process monitoring, and handling deviations. Most importantly, the course will address the proper actions to be taken when confronted with materials that are nonconforming. The course objectives cover how to perform reconciliation and yield calculations, the purpose of clearance procedures, and why strict manufacturing controls are needed.


·The need for strict manufacturing controls.

·The purpose of room clearance procedures.

·How to perform yield and reconciliation calculations.


1. Introduction
2. Production controls
3. What you will learn
4. Outcomes

5. Starting material
6. Receiving
7. Receiving II
8. Sampling and testing
9. Status labeling
10. Storage
11. Storage II
12. Issue

13. Dispensing controls
14. Room clearance
15. Setup
16. Dispensing
17. Dispensing II
18. Clean-up
19. Review
20. A dispensing step

21. Processing
22. Room clearance
23. Room clearance II
24. Formulation controls
25. In-process checks
26. In-process checks II
27. Batch records
28. Batch records II
29. Clean-up

30. Process monitoring
31. Exercise

32. Handling deviations
33. Handling deviations II
34. Yield
35. An example

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