Learn more about standard USP 797 and 800
[Webinar] USP Compliance: Preparing for Cleanroom Certification
Jim Wagner addresses how to work with a certifier, typical issues that arise during the certification process, how to respond to the certification report, and what follow-up measures should be taken.
[Webinar] USP Compliance: Staff Training for USP <800>
Fred Massoomi, PharmD, FASHP, reviews staffing considerations under USP 800 including topics such as the value of didactic and experiential training and how to establish training by position.
[White Paper] Part 2: Facility and Engineering Control Design Under USP <800>
Design considerations for creating a Pharmacy USP 800 compliant Hazardous Drug (HD) compounding operation.
[Webinar] USP Compliance: Safe Implementation of PECs Under USP <797> and <800>
Jim Wagner reviews the impact of the changes to USP <797> with regard to PEC implementation & USP <800> requirements for containment.
[Webinar] Engineering Control Options Under USP <800>
Watch and listen to Bryan Prince, owner of Lab-Red Pharmacy Consultants, discuss Engineering Control Options Under USP 800.
[Webinar] Cleanroom Design Under USP 800: Preparing for Construction
Listen to Jim Wagner, President of Controlled Environment Consulting, discuss how to construction considerations before your USP 800 cleanroom installation.
[Webinar] HVAC Essentials Under USP 800
From PPPmag watch and list to Jim Wagner, President of Controlled Environment Consulting, speak about HVAC Essentials Under USP 800 guidelines.
[Webinar] Become USP 800 Inspection Ready
Watch and listen to Jim Wagner, Owner of Controlled Environment Consulting, discuss how to become USP 800 Inspection Ready.
[Webinar] Cleanroom Certification for USP 800
From PPPmag watch and list to Jim Wagner, President of Controlled Environment Consulting, speak on cleanroom certification for USP 800.
[Webinar] Meet USP 800 CPEC Requirements
Watch and listen to Jim Wagner, President of Controlled Environment Consulting, offers his leadership on guiding pharmacists to make intelligent CPEC selections.
[Webinar] Budgeting for USP 800
Budget considerations for cleanroom construction. Weigh the options between new construction versus remodeling, and other dilemmas that hospital pharmacies may face preparing for USP 800 compliance.
[Webinar] Cleanroom Design Under USP 800: Cleanroom Layout
Learn the necessary elements to establish a cleanroom layout under USP 800.
[Webinar] USP Compliance: PEC Cleaning and Decontamination
Fred Massoomi outlines how to establish standard operating procedures (SOPs) for cleaning PECs, the level of detail required for these SOPs, and staff training requirements.
[Infographic] 10 Tips for Working Safely in the Pharmacy with Your Biosafety Cabinet
Ten tips to help you use the proper aseptic technique when working within a Class II Biosafety Cabinet (BSC) to minimize air turbulence and prevent the spread of aerosols.
[Video] Donning Double HD Sterile Gloves
From Critical Point, learn how to properly don double hazardous drug (HD) sterile gloves in the compounding pharmacy.
[Video] Donning Sterile Gloves in a Restricted Access Barrier System and Performing Initial Gloved Fingertip Sampling
From Critical Point, learn how to don sterile gloves and perform the initial gloved fingertip sampling in a compounding isolator.
[Infographic] Compounding Aseptic Containment Isolator (CACI) Sleeve Changing Procedure
Protect your pharmacy and technicians by learning the appropriate way to change the sleeves on your negative pressure Compounding Aseptic Containment Isolator.
[Infographic] Compounding Aseptic Containment Isolator (CACI) Glove Changing Procedure
Protect yourself and your pharmacy by learning the appropriate way to change your gloves on your Compounding Aseptic Containment Isolator.
[White Paper] How to Perform a Hazardous Drug Risk Assessment in the Compounding Pharmacy
How to Perform a Hazardous Drug Risk Assessment in the Compounding Pharmacy.
[White Paper] Workflow Strategies to Minimize Exposure to Hazardous Drugs in the Compounding Pharmacy
Handling hazardous drugs in the compounding pharmacy, per USP chapter <800> guidelines, involves strategic workflow strategies with the goal of minimizing personnel and environmental exposure.