Process Validation is on its rising trend and has become an essential part in assuring consistent quality of products in meeting the intended use. Stakeholders are consistently looking at and using the Process Validation as tool to minimize potential process risks and also to address and control worst case scenarios that would probably occur.
Recently, Neville Clarke (Penang Branch) has conducted training on the Principles of Process Validation to a group of participants coming from different industrial background – pharmaceutical, glove manufacturing and medical devices manufacturing. Neville Clarke has also conducted the same training in Korea to a group of manufacturers and designers of medical devices.
Principles of Process Validation training program is designed in a “step-by-step” method to help participants in making decision on processes to be validated, planning process validation, establishing validation protocol, executing process validation through different phase (DQ, IQ, OQ and PQ), applying statistical techniques, validation reporting, and determining re-validation.
Through very positive responses that we have from the participants, Neville Clarke is always an optimist that the program will bring participant’s knowledge of process validation to another level.
What’s Before GE 13? It’s Tea Talk with Neville Clarke!
Prior to Malaysia’s General Election, it was Tea Time with Neville Clarke. Neville Clarke Penang hosted a Tea Talk on 2 May 2013, entitled Improving Productivity and Efficiency in Daily Operations. The event was exclusively organised for a selected group of clients (by invitation only), with the purpose of cultivating dynamic discussions and constructive and sharing among industry practitioners and Neville Clarke’s consultants.
The session started at 2.30 pm with our clients sharing the issues that can hamper the organisation’s productivity and efficiency. Once the issues were identified, the tutors discussed with the clients on the suitable actions to be taken. The session was followed by a short Tea Break Session, where the clients mingled among other companies and our staff.
The clients were very receptive to this event. We shall continue to hold periodic Tea Talk on topics/tools/approach relating to Organisational Improvement for our selected client pool.
From left : Alex Sow (NC), Eng CP, Joyce Khoo (NC), Siaw FF, Long SG, Tim Lim, Cheryl Lim, Chou TC, Cheah SL, Christina Khaw (NC), Front: Sheryn Tan (NC), Jessy Lai (NC)