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The ISO series of standards outline the requirements for the design, operation, classification and monitoring of clean rooms and clean air devices. The ISO series of standards are explicitly referenced in the manufacturing principles applicable to the manufacture of sterile medicinal products and aseptically prepared medical devices, which means those manufacturers are required to demonstrate compliance to the ISO standard.
Parts 1 and 2 of ISO were updated and reissued in Fref and these updates include several changes. It is important that affected manufacturers review the changes to the ISO series of standards to ensure continued compliance.
Implementation of updates to ISO Parts 1 & 2 () | Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)
The following text summarises the interpretations frree inspector adopts during the inspection of the manufacture of sterile therapeutic goods. Key changes and interpretation 12 month implementation period Feedback. Tests should be performed in a logical and defined sequence as agreed between the licensed manufacturer and certifying authority.
Zero count checks should be performed for each counter prior to use as described within the standard. Manufacturers should ensure that requalification of the installation is undertaken after any of the following.
Special maintenance which significantly affects the operation of the installation, e. The significance of a change should be determined through change management processes. The TGA has proposed a formal implementation period of 12 months from the date of this notice following which; full compliance as indicated above shall be expected. 146444-2 TGA welcomes feedback that helps processes be improved. Any feedback regarding these changes or their implementation may be given to the TGA via the email gmp tga.
Implementation of updates to ISO 14644 Parts 1 & 2 (2015)
Any feedback will be used to improve inspection procedures and training. Decrease the text size Increase the text size Print this page Share. Information for manufacturers of sterile therapeutic goods. Key changes and interpretation 12 month implementation period Feedback Key changes and interpretation The key changes to ISO Part 1 are: Manufacturers should ensure that: Classification of clean areas should be performed to represent both “at-rest” and “in-operation” occupancy states.
Changes to the method for the determination of the number and location of samples.
Manufacturers should follow the updated requirements. The tests that manufacturers are required to perform prior to classification are now referenced in “Annex A” of ISO Part 3.
The following tests should be performed prior to area classification: Specified requirements for the preparation and calibration of instrumentation, namely ISO Particle monitoring equipment should be calibrated in accordance with ISO Reduced statistical treatment of measurement data.
The key changes to ISO Part 2 are: Change Lso expectations Changes to prescribed reclassification intervals Manufacturers should ensure that: The 6 month time interval may be extended to 12 months when the area is equipped with a continuous monitoring device, and providing the results of continuous monitoring remain within specified limits.
Revision to cleanroom standard: ISO Parts 1 and 2 | Tim Sandle –
Additional guidance regarding conduct of risk assessments for monitoring Manufacturers should ensure that the updated requirements are addressed within their quality management system, QMS Reduced guidance regarding the circumstances following which re-classification may be required. Completion of remedial action implemented to rectify an out-of-compliance condition.
A significant change from the current performance specification, such as a change in operational use. Any significant interruption of air movement which affects the operation of the izo.
In the interim period: Manufacturers are encouraged to review the updated standards and perform a gap analysis of how the changes to qualification and monitoring may affect them.
Manufacturers may elect to begin frre in accordance with the standards should they wish to. Feedback The TGA welcomes feedback that helps processes be improved. Manufacturers should ensure that the updated requirements are addressed within their quality management system, QMS.
Reduced guidance regarding the circumstances following which re-classification may be required.