Aseptic Processing – Contamination Control


Lesson Code: ASP-1004 (PREMIUM LESSON). Describes the main microbiological contamination threats found in an aseptic processing environment and how they can be contained using personnel gowning, appropriate cleanroom behavior, personal hygiene, and good cleaning and sanitization techniques, as well as microbial monitoring regimes.


  • Category: Aseptic Processing - Cleanroom GMP

Description

Aseptic Processing – Contamination Control


This lesson describes the main microbiological contamination threats found in an aseptic processing environment and how they can be contained using personnel gowning, appropriate cleanroom behavior, personal hygiene, and good cleaning, sanitization and microbial monitoring practices. It provides an overview of the need for and function of cleanrooms in terms of microorganisms and their threat. Different gowning requirements for different cleanroom classes are described as are cleaning and sanitization procedures and microbial monitoring regimes. Correct personnel behavior within a cleanroom environment and appropriate hygiene practices are also described.

The goal of the lesson is to communicate how these control measures minimize bioburden and the threat of contamination with the ultimate aim of producing safe and effective products.

Duration: Approximately 30 minutes


Prerequisites: None


Assessment:  Multiple Choice Questions


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Europe:

EU_Aseptic Product Sheet.pdf

USA:

US_Aseptic Product Sheet.pdf