The International Committee for Harmonisation issued their recommendations on validating an analytical instrument, ICH Q2, to support users of analytical equipment such as Total Organic Carbon (TOC) analysers. It covers all the important aspects of validating an analyser, including ensuring that it is suitable for the test conditions of the application and the random effects on intermediate precision caused when different technicians perform the same test, i.e. human error. This webinar explains the different aspects of ICH Q2 and how they apply to TOC analysers used in pharmaceutical applications. Learn how to interpret ICH Q2 for TOC analysers, how to demonstrate compliance to ICH Q2 for TOC analysers, and learn the opportunities to improve TOC analysis data integrity in your QC laboratory
Hear Tony Harrison discuss the regulations for total organic carbon in pharmaceutical water, the typical measurement technologies that are used by TOC analyzers in pharmaceutical water analysis quality control, and lastly hear the introduction of a lab quality control analyzer that has been optimized for laboratory QC applications.