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How to Qualify Your Equipment 101

Vlatko Kantardjioski December 7, 2020 361


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In this podcast episode, Vlatko Kantardjioski gives an amazing overview of equipment qualification in the pharmaceutical industry.

Vlatko is a Quality Assurance Specialist and served in leading positions in various equipment qualification projects.

By listening to or watching this episode, you will learn about:

– User Requirement Specifications
– Design Qualification (DQ)
– Factory Acceptance Test (FAT)
– SAT (Site Acceptance Test)
– Installation Qualification (IQ)
– Operational Qualification (OQ)
– Performance Qualification (PQ)

 

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Vlatko Kantardjioski

Vlatko is a GMP professional with operational and project hands-on experience throughout various pharmaceutical industry areas: manufacturing, product and process development, technology transfer, CMO and regulatory audits, equipment qualification, validations, and quality assurance.

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