Understanding Container Closure Integrity Test Failures

Webcast

Tue, Sep 27, 2022 11:00 AM EDT In this webinar, failure modes that can occur on a perfectly sealed container will be discussed along with how to determine if a CCIT failure is a true container leak or something else

Register free: https://www.pharmtech.com/pt/container

Event Overview:
Does a container closure integrity test (CCIT) failure always mean a defective closure? In this webinar, failure modes that can occur on a perfectly sealed container will be discussed along with how to determine if a CCIT failure is a true container leak or something else. Additionally, learn about the value of product-specific method qualifications to ensure the test method and fixturing are suitable for your product, as using a less-than-ideal test setup can lead to false failures.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding of CCI test methodology and validation
  • Common failure modes that are not true leaks
  • Benefits of individual method qualification and cost

Who Should Attend:
Packaging designers, engineers, quality assurance, quality control, design engineers, regulatory affairs, clinical, clinical research

Jennifer Gygi
Expert Technical Consultant
Nelson Labs

Jennifer Gygi has more than 25 years of medical device laboratory experience. She has worked in microbiology, bioburden, IDs, and packaging at Nelson Labs and has experience with various microbial tests, including microbial limits, plate counts, biological indicator population verifications, organism ID tests, and bioburden tests.

Logan Luke
Laboratory Operations Manager
Nelson Labs

Logan holds a degree in microbiology and has most recently taking on the role of laboratory operations manager at Nelson Labs. He has worked in the sterilization, IDs, and packaging departments. Logan has extensive knowledge in the packaging section, as he has aided many customers with their package testing needs, from the benchtop to trouble shooting and validation design.

Register free: https://www.pharmtech.com/pt/container