CHARLOTTESVILLE – January, 2024– Following the resounding success of the last CCIT workshop at Lighthouse, we are thrilled to announce the upcoming Spring Edition.
The recently updated EU GMP Annex 1 regulations now mandate that sterile pharmaceutical products adhere to more rigorous container closure integrity (CCI) standards. Lighthouse Instruments is pleased to announce a workshop on Container Closure Integrity Testing and its significance within the industry in light of these regulatory changes.
The workshop will provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of CCI testing, covering various aspects, including the underlying theory, a comparative analysis of different methodologies, and the development and validation of test methods. In addition, attendees will receive detailed insights into relevant guidance documents and regulations, such as the USP Chapter <1207> and the new Annex 1 guidelines for CCI.
“Container closure integrity is essential to ensuring product safety and regulatory compliance for sterile products. Our workshop aims to give attendees a baseline of knowledge into the latest advancements in CCI, providing participants with the knowledge and tools to protect their products effectively,” says Tom Miller, the Vice President of Sales in North America for Lighthouse Instruments.
During the workshop, a dedicated session will offer an in-depth demonstration of Lighthouse’s state-of-the-art, non-destructive headspace analyzers. These demonstrations will showcase the capabilities and advantages of Lighthouse’s technology in ensuring the integrity of container closures without compromising the product’s quality.
As an optional feature on the final day, participants will have the opportunity to enjoy a scenic tour around Jefferson Vineyards and Monticello, adding a delightful and enriching experience to the workshop.
The event will take place from June 5-6, located at 2050 Avon Court, Charlottesville, Virginia 22902, United States.
To register for the workshop please visit here
Lighthouse Instruments, with corporate headquarters located in Charlottesville, Virginia, and European headquarters in Amsterdam, is a leading global supplier of laser test and measurement systems for the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical and contract manufacturing industries. Its operations are divided into three business units: Measurement Services, Laboratory Instruments, and Automation.