Getting to the Nitty Gritty of GAMP Guidelines for Software Validation

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Janice Bennett-Livingston
Oct 29th 2015
Life Science
Science & Sensing Technologies

Join us November 12, 2015 for a webinar on how to validate your system software according to recommendations outlined in the ISPE's GAMP guidelines:Vaisala Webinars GAMP

"How to Validate System Software According to GAMP Principles"

Our Senior Regulatory Expert Paul Daniel has outlined 10 steps to validating system software according to a guidance publication from the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE).

"GAMP® 5: A Risk-Based Approach to Compliant GxP Computerized Systems"

In this one-hour webinar, Paul will outline a ten-step method for applying the GAMP methodology to the validation of your monitoring system software. The key learning objective is to help you simplify the GAMP approach and identify any steps you can take to integrate your validation efforts into your existing quality management systems.

Paul will also show how the level of effort required in validation processes is dependent upon system complexity (referring to GAMP System Categories). Paul will show how a GAMP approach to validation is aimed at increasing the lifespan, usability, and compliance of your monitoring system software.

Join us at noon (EST) on November 12, 2015. In the meantime, please review this infographic (shown right) that outlines 10 steps to system validation...

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Janice Bennett-Livingston

Marketing Manager

In addition to editing the Vaisala Life Science blog, Janice Bennett-Livingston is the Global Life Science Marketing Manager for Vaisala's Industrial Measurements business area.

Pre-Vaisala writing credits include a monthly column called "Research Watch" for Canada's award-winning magazine alive, as well as articles in Canadian Living and other periodicals. Other past work: copywriting for DDB Canada, technical writing at Business Objects, and communications specialist for the British Columbia Child & Family Research Institute.

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