Webinar How to handle Reference Standards

Webinar How to handle Reference Standards

Course No 17890

Important: Deadline is 12 noon on 01 July 2020


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Dr Frank Böttcher, GMP-Consulting, Germany


Reference standards are one of the key aspects in a Quality Control laboratory in the pharmaceutical industry. Correctly qualified reference materials are required to ensure valid QC results, which are the basis for a batch release by a QP.  Because of this, the handling and usage of the correct standard is important.

Target Group

This webinar is designed for all persons working in Quality Control departments or contract laboratories. It will be of interest in particular for personnel from Quality Assurance departments as well as Auditors and Qualified Persons of pharmaceutical companies, suppliers and consultants.

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This webinar will give you a comprehensive overview of the GMP-compliant handling of reference standards. Regulatory requirements as well as the qualification and procurement of the reference standards will be discussed and explained.
  • Primary standards, Working standards, Ph. Eur. standards
  • Specific requirements and handling advices
  • How to handle Ph. Eur. standards in the daily business?
  • Qualification
  • Procurement

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