GMPs for Dietary Supplements: 21 CFR 111 Subparts B, C and D
About This Course
This self-paced course provides specific guidance on protecting dietary supplement products from contamination and adulteration during the manufacturing process. It identifies the most common sources of contamination and how to prevent it. The course covers the subparts of 21 CFR 111 with insight on how to design your quality program, facility and equipment to assure finished product specifications are met:
- Subpart B - Personnel
- Subpart C - Plants and Grounds
- Subpart D - Equipment and Utensils
Key Learning Objectives
By the end of this module, you will gain knowledge of:
- The most common sources of microbial contamination.
- How proper design of a facility can help prevent contamination and adulteration.
- The importance of defining the tools to be used in the production process and keeping them clean and sanitized.
- The difference between cleaning and sanitizing.
- The importance of accuracy and precision in measurements.
- The written procedures, documents and records required to be compliant with the requirements of 21 CFR 111 subparts B, C and D.
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