Although pharmaceutical manufacturers take stringent steps to ensure that their production systems are as safe as possible, a fully gowned operator can still create as many 150,000 particles per minute, meaning that drug manufacturing is never a completely hazard-free process.
Containment is key during aseptic processing and this has led to the development of new transfer methods that are both enclosed and minimize the requirement for operator intervention.
Working towards a goal to define current good practices providing information to allow organizations to benchmark their practices and improve on them.
By reviewing and evaluating the health and safety data for each product involved in the manufacturing process this supplier was able to determine that the correct containment solution.
This supplier worked with customer to develop the most efficient and reliable solution that ensured a reliable and safe pharmaceutical process for the operators while the kegs were filled.
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