FINISHED PRODUCT RELEASE, QUALITY REVIEW, BATCH RELEASE DOCUMENT

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FINISHED PRODUCT RELEASE, QUALITY REVIEW, QUALITY AUDIT AND BATCH RELEASE DOCUMENT :

FINISHED PRODUCT RELEASE , QUALITY REVIEW, QUALITY AUDIT AND BATCH RELEASE DOCUMENT Prepared By : S.SUSENA ( M. Pharm Sem-2) Q.A . Department Guided by: N ansri saha S. S. J. Pharmacy College

Agenda:  :

Agenda : Finished Product Release WHO Guideline SOP on Releasing of Finished Product Sampling & Testing Quality Review Quality Audit Batch Release Document 2

  FINISHED PRODUCT RELEASE:  :

FINISHED PRODUCT RELEASE: A Product in the marketable pack is classified as finished product. Practically a transportable pack, i.e. a shipper containing the salable pack (in retail) is considered the finished product 3

WHO Guidelines :  :

WHO Guidelines : Finished product should be held in quarantine until their final release, after which they should be stored as usable stock under conditions established by the manufacturer. Product failing to meet the established specifications or any other relevant quality criteria should be rejected. 4

SOP on Releasing of Finished Product:  :

SOP on Releasing of Finished Product: SOP on releasing product should address the following points: Who is the authority to release a batch? He may be: a. “ Authorised person” as per regulatory requirements, b. QA head, or c. Any other person suitably Authorised for this purpose. II.Before releasing the finished product at least following points should be considered : a. Completed B. P. C. R. b. Test reports of I. P. Q. C. c. Test reports of finished product / analysis. d. Deviations reports if any. e. Sterility reports. 5

Sampling:  :

Sampling : Sampling is a procedure for collecting a ‘sample’ and ‘sample’ means a small part or quantity intended to show what the ‘whole’ Major activities of QC. Acceptance Sampling : It may be defined as the process of evaluating a portion of the product in a lot for the purpose of accepting or rejecting the entire lot as either conforming or not conforming to a quality specifications. 6

Sampling techniques:  :

Sampling techniques: No Inspection. Small Samples. Large Samples. 100% Inspections 7

Sampling Risks:  :

Sampling Risks: Good lots can be rejected.This is called the Producer’s risk. Bad lots can be accepted. This is called the consumer’s risk 8

Sampling Plans:  :

Sampling Plans: Attributer Plans : A random sample is taken from the lot and each unit is classified as acceptable or defective. Variable Plans : A sample is taken and a measurement of a specified quality characteristics is made on each unit from lot. 9

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DOCUMENTS RELATED TO FINISHED PRODUCT RELEASE:

DOCUMENTS RELATED TO FINISHED PRODUCT RELEASE Laboratory investigation and report form Finished good cards Stability Data Master document Change control form Retention sample log book Test sample log book QA inspection Sheet Finished Product specification& test report Calibration policies and related reports Reference substance specification report Laboratory Work Book Managing Analytical reagent Stability& trail testing procedure Laboratory Waste management Laboratory Results- Out of specification investigation reports 11

Finished Product Register:  :

Finished Product Register : LAB NO: BATCH PRODUCTION Product name Manuf.date Container Batch size Goods booking slip no: Comment Date passed Lab/ Qa sign 12

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FLOW CHART OF FINISHED PRODUCT - INSPECTION:

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Quality Review:

Quality Review Before a finished product is released for sale or distribution, the complete production and control records must be reviewed and assured satisfaction about the entire process of production and control. This is considered to be the last stage in the control process before the product moves out of the manufacturing premises 16

Problems in Investigations:  :

Problems in Investigations : Investigating Officer Training Planning Witness Interviews 17

Investigating Officer Training:  :

Investigating Officer Training : Formal training by the Inspector Investigation requirements Judge Advocate participation 18

Advance Planning:  :

Advance Planning: Road map - Where do you want to go? Brainstorm with Inspector Identify document needs Prepare witness list Prepare questions 19

Witness Interviews:  :

Witness Interviews: Use outline of questions Ask the tough questions Listen to the answers and follow-up Follow procedural requirements Explain absence of necessary witnesses 20

Quality review should be seen as a 3 phase process: :

Quality review should be seen as a 3 phase process: Phase 1-Preparation: This phase precedes the actual review meeting It is the responsibility of the chairman and presenter to organize the quality review and notify all those invited. 21

Phase 2- The review meeting: :

Phase 2- The review meeting: 22 The central phase of the quality review process is the review meeting itself During the review meeting the emphasis should be on error detection, in line with the criteria, and only limited discussion of corrective action should occur

Phase 3- The Follow-Up:

Phase 3- The Follow-Up Following the quality review meeting there should be a follow-up period during which the errors identified at the review that were committed to the follow-up action list are rectified and signed off 23

QUALITY AUDIT:

QUALITY AUDIT It is defined as “A systematic and independent examination to determine whether quality activities and related results comply with planned arrangements and whether these arrangements are implemented effectively and are suitable to achieve objectives 24

OVERVIEW OF TYPICAL AUDIT ACTIVITIES :

OVERVIEW OF TYPICAL AUDIT ACTIVITIES INITIATING THE AUDIT CONDUCTING DOCUMENT REVIEW PREPARING FOR ON-SITE AUDIT ACTIVITIES CONDUCTING ON-SITE AUDIT ACTIVITIES PREPARING, APPROVING AND DISTRIBUTING THE AUDIT REPORT. COMPLETING THE AUDIT CONDUCTING THE AUDIT FOLLOW-UP. 25

PRINCIPLES OF AUDITING:

PRINCIPLES OF AUDITING ETHICAL CONDUCT: FAIR PRESENTATION: DUE PROFESSIONAL CARE: INDEPENDENCE: EVIDENCE BASED APPROACH 26

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TYPES OF AUDIT: Firstly the audits may be classified as : Internal auditing. External auditing ) 27

INTERNAL AUDITING: :

INTERNAL AUDITING: Internal Quality Audit will be conducted by a team of Pharmaceutical Laboratory personnel drawn from all laboratory areas. EXTERNAL AUDITING: carried out by a company on its vendors or subcontractors. There is no legal requirement to conduct such audits, but the need is implicit, since manufacturers are required to have a thorough knowledge of their suppliers. 28

GOALS OF GMP AUDITING:

GOALS OF GMP AUDITING -Determine whether QA, production activities and systems comply with GMPs, regulatory agency requirements and site requirements. -Facilitate early detection of problems. -Help determine the depth of the identified problem in the area as well as across the company. -Investigate and determine the root cause of the problem/deficiency. 29

ROLE OF AUDITOR: :

ROLE OF AUDITOR : There are two necessary components for an audit to be successful. The first is an auditor with the right skills, education and experience. The second is the audit process itself . The auditor is a key component of the audit. To increase the effectiveness of the audit, the auditor must have good auditing practices and techniques that will: 30

AUDIT CHECK- LIST:

AUDIT CHECK- LIST 1 .Documentation work. 2 .QA/QC Issues. 3.SOP Manuals. 4 .Building and Facilities. 5.Failure Investigation. 6.Process Validation Program. 7.Master Records. 8.Production and In-Process controls. 9.Packaging and labelling of API’s and Intermediates. 10.Equipment Processing. 11.Storage and Distribution. 12.Material Management. 13.House keeping facilities. 31

BATCH RELEASE DOCUMENT :

BATCH RELEASE DOCUMENT All relevant paperwork for a particular batch, including samples of printed cartons, leaflet, shipper labels, Line Openings, Line Clearances records, etc. and collecting them together. There should be written procedure for the distribution of each batch of a product to facilitate recall of the batch 32

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The distribution record should include at least the following data: name, address and number of the customer that the product is shipped to: - delivery order delivered date and number:- name, dosage form and strength of the product- Quantity- Product batch number- Expiry date- Special storage requirement or precautionary measures to handle the product. . 33

CONCLUSION::

CONCLUSION : Here by conclude that finished product is a medical product which has under gone all stages of production including packaging Quality reviews are planned and documented inspections of a review item Audit checks are the information gathering activity which potentially identifies the problems in implementation of quality standard in an organization 34

REFERENCES: :

REFERENCES: Quality assurance and quality management in pharmaceutical industry by Y.Anjaneyulu and R.Marayya . GMP for Pharmaceuticals, by Manohar A Potdar . Quality Manual, by D. H. Shah Good Manufacturing Practices for Pharmaceuticals, vol. 109 , Marcel Dekkar Inc., N. Y. www. who.int www.pharmaquality.com www.fda.com 35

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