1 Calibration & Preventative Maintenance Sally Wolfgang Manager, Quality Operations Merck & Co., Inc.
2 Calibration: A comparison of two instruments or measuring devices one of which is a standard of known accuracy (traceable to national standards) to detect, correlate, report or eliminate by adjustment, any discrepancy in accuracy of the instrument measuring device being compared to the standard.
3 Calibration Programs Required by Regulatory Authorities Automatic, mechanical, or electronic equipment or other types of equipment, including computers, or related systems that will perform a function satisfactorily, may be used in the manufacture, processing, packing, and holding of a drug product. If such equipment is so used, it shall be routinely calibrated, inspected, or checked according to a written program designed to assure proper performance. Written records of those calibration checks and inspections shall be maintained. US Code of Federal Regulations, 21 CFR , 1/20/95 Maintenance at appropriate intervals to prevent malfunction & shall be preventative not reactive maintenance. US Code of Federal Regulations, 21 CFR
4 Calibration Programs Required by Regulatory Authorities Calibration requirements for Laboratory Instruments US Code of Federal Regulations, 21 CFR Specific Directions Schedules Limits of accuracy & precision Remedial Actions Systems to prevent usage of instruments failing calibration Control, weighing, measuring, monitoring and test equipment that is critical for assuring the quality of intermediates or APIs should be calibrated according to written procedures and an established schedule. ICH Good Manufacturing Practice Guide For Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients, 10 November 2000.
5 Each Manufacturing Area: Written calibration procedures that use traceable calibration standards or calibration equipment. Preventive maintenance procedures and / or referenced manuals Qualified individuals (having the appropriate education, training, background and experience) responsible for calibrating & maintaining instrumentation Second person check of all calibration and maintenance Qualified individuals responsible for monitoring the calibration and maintenance program. Ensure the calibration program and procedures are reviewed and approved by Quality
6 Instrument / Equipment Master List System for identification of all GMP related instrumentation in a manufacturing area or laboratory Include instrumentation details (serial number, model number & location) If automation components are tracked separately through the configuration management then it is not necessary to include (must verify) Procedures must exist that identify the calibration and maintenance requirements for each instrumentation / equipment on the master list Retired Equipment: Records pertaining to retired / obsolete equipment must be kept according to company s records retention procedures Records should include date the unit was retired, person responsible and the reason for retirement / discard
7 Instrument Identification & Calibration Status Each instrument given a unique identifier Instrumentation details associated with this number must be documented and available (e.g. serial number, model number, location, etc.) Each instrument should be labeled with the unique identifier Calibration status of each instrument, the date of calibration, the next calibration date and the identification of person performing calibration should be readily available Appropriate systems to document calibration status include calibration logs, MAXIMO, and calibration stickers
8 Instrument Identification & Calibration Status System must be in place to prevent use of an instrument that is not qualified, unusable due to damage or malfunction, or has exceeded its established calibration interval System must be in place that identifies instruments that do not require calibration to be performed beyond the original or factory calibration to distinguish from those instruments that do require scheduled calibrations Documentation required for excluding equipment
9 Traceability of Standards / Calibration Equipment Calibration reference standards / calibration equipment shall be traceable to national standards and be accompanied by certificates of traceability / analysis If recognized standards are not available, an independent reproducible standard may be used The calibration tolerance of a given standard should be as tight or tighter than the tolerance of the instrument to be calibrated A procedure must be in place to ensure tracking and monitoring of standard s expiration date and re-calibration / re-certification requirements Re-calibration records must be retained
10 Instrument Calibration Tolerances Instrument calibration tolerance limits should be established so problems are identified and corrected in a timely manner When assigning tolerances, considerations given to: Capability of the instrument being calibrated (what the manufacturer claims the instrument can achieve). Parameters at which the instrument operates (ex: if testing accuracy of + 0.5% is required, the instrument calibration tolerances should be <0.5%) Work environment - environmental conditions can affect the performance of the instrumentation
11 Instrument Calibration Tolerances Practice of using Alert & Action levels Alert Tolerance ( Adjustment Limit ) Related to instrument performance Level at which the instrument is adjusted back into range Not required - an industry best practice
12 Instrument Calibration Tolerances Action Tolerance ( Calibration Limit or Out-of-Tolerance ) Tied to process performance Level at which the potential for product impact exists Possible atypical investigation or reporting is required Deviations beyond Alert level but not at Action level would not require investigation - May require adjustment, changes to PMs Setting of Alert and Action levels should be described in SOPs, be defendable and have Quality review and approval
13 Calibration and Maintenance Frequencies May be determined for individual instruments or groups of instruments (similarity of construction, reliability, and stability) Considerations when determining calibration frequency: Accuracy of the measurement / instrument range Consequences of incorrect value caused by out of calibration Extent & criticality of use of the instrument & tendency to wear and drift The manufacturer s recommendations Environmental & physical conditions (temperature, humidity, vibration) Previous calibration records, history of calibration problems & repair history Frequency of calibration checks prior to use or in-between intervals Redundant / back-up systems (provides secondary source of information available from other calibrated primary instruments) Results of Qualification studies Process requirements Availability of built-in / automatic calibration checks
14 Calibration and Maintenance Frequencies Changes to frequency must be approved per change control SOPs References to specific instrument procedures listed in compendia (USP, BP or EP) for calibration tests for specific laboratory instruments Calibration time windows should be established around calibration due dates
15 Calibration and Maintenance Frequencies Policy for Calibration and Maintenance Intervals & Schedules Include: Extending Intervals Reducing Intervals Maximum Intervals
16 Maintenance Requirements Manufacturer s recommendations Parts that wear: gaskets, seals & bearings Parts requiring periodic replacement: filters, belts & fluids Parts requiring periodic inspection and cleaning Parts requiring periodic adjustments, tightening and lubrication
17 Calibration and Maintenance Procedures Shall include specific directions and limits for accuracy & precision Shall include guidance for remedial action when accuracy & precision limits are not met Normally provided in the manufacturer s manuals Some compendial requirements exist for some specific laboratory instrumentation Performance checks (e.g. system suitability, daily balance performance checks) are NOT suitable substitutes for regularly scheduled calibrations
18 Calibration and Maintenance Procedures Each calibration & maintenance procedure should include the following: Identification of department responsible to perform the calibration or maintenance Step-by-step calibration instructions, reference to appropriate calibration procedures or instrument manuals Methods for preventive maintenance or reference to appropriate instrumentation manuals Calibration equipment used in the calibration (e.g. spectroscopy filters, voltmeters, digital thermometers, etc) Calibration parameter and tolerance ( + )
19 Calibration and Maintenance Procedures Each calibration & maintenance procedure should include the following: Required environmental controls or conditions, where appropriate Provisions for adjustments, if needed Requirement for recording actual measurements before ( as found ) and after adjustment or preventive maintenance ( as left ) Note: as found recordings are not required where routine performance checks are available to provide evidence indicating instrument is operating properly and is suitable for use (e.g. HPLC system suitability, manual balance checks which encompass range of use, etc.)
20 Calibration and Maintenance Procedures Actions to be taken if instrumentation cannot be calibrated (e.g. contact appropriate service people, label and remove from service) A step to record all calibration & maintenance activities.
21 Use of Contractors / Vendor Service Personnel Must have a procedure for approving contractor activities Contractors must have appropriate training / qualification Responsible to review & approve the contractors calibration and maintenance procedures. Responsible to perform actions or steps not part of the contractors procedures.
22 Calibration & Maintenance Records All calibration records must be retained per document retention procedures Should include as found measurements, results of adjustments ( as left ) and appropriate review & approval of all results Tolerance or limit for each calibration point Identification of standard or test instrument used Identification of persons performing the work and checking the results with dates
23 Calibration & Maintenance Records Review must ensure the approved activities have been completed and all results have passed the established acceptance criteria Periodic review of historic calibration & maintenance data to evaluate appropriateness of established frequencies
24 Procedures for Out-Of-Tolerance Calibration Results Actions required when critical instrument found outside of established instrument calibration limits ( Action Limit,Out-Of-Tolerance, OOT): Critical Instrumentation: Any instrument employed in the production of bulk pharmaceutical chemicals, drug or biologics product that controls and/or is used to measure a parameter that affects the validation state of the product (Critical Process Parameters) and any other quality parameter designated as such. Also includes laboratory instrumentation used to measure conformance to component and/or product specifications.
25 Procedures for Out-Of-Tolerance Calibration Results Instrument Mechanic: Immediate review of calibration data to verify validity of OOT Notification to supervisor or responsible person
26 Procedures for Out-Of-Tolerance Calibration Results Instrument Services: Corrective Action to the instrument ASAP (repair, re-calibration, replacement or removal from service) Investigation and documentation into root cause of OOT Historical review of instrument performance & factors relevant to setting calibration frequency Corrective Actions to prevent recurrence Re-calibration after maintenance or repair OOT Notification issued to instrument owner (after results validated) OOT Notification should include current calibration data, magnitude of OOT error, and date of last successful calibration
27 Procedures for Out-Of-Tolerance Calibration Results Instrument Owner: Evaluate impact of OOT on product quality. Impact evaluation based on SOP which is approved by Quality and defines how / when Quality will be notified. Ex. of OOT with impact on quality: Instruments used in acceptance / rejection of materials and product Control / monitoring of critical process parameters Process controls affecting the final product quality or yield Instruments required by regulation (e.g. Magnahelic gauges, RH monitors, etc.) Calibration reference standards
28 Procedures for Out-Of-Tolerance Calibration Results Instrument Owner: Needs complete understanding of the process requirements for the parameter measured by the OOT instrument Evaluate magnitude of error in the As Found OOT vs. process requirements to determine quality impact Ex. of OOT with no impact on quality: A temperature transmitter is reading 0.2 o C low and is OOT for that instrument. There is no potential for quality impact if: - Process requires temperature reading accuracy of +/- 1 o C - Measures a range / CPP with max. 85 o C and process normally runs at 75 o C.
29 Procedures for Out-Of-Tolerance Calibration Results Decisions regarding impact on quality must be documented, approved by Quality and documentation retained OOT events should be tracked and trended to identify problem instruments Historical information on OOT events should be readily retrievable
30 Change Control Management Changes to calibration tolerances, frequency, procedures, addition to / deletion from calibration program, changes in location and different replacement parts should be documented in a change control program May also require re-calibration, re-execution / revision of instrument s Installation Qualification (IQ), Operational Qualification (OQ) or Performance Qualification (PQ) Update of qualification records: drawings, parts list, etc. Appropriate review and approval by responsible departments and Quality
31 FDA 483 Calibration Limits Manufacturing processes are not adequately controlled. For example the blender used was shown by calibration records to be in error by nearly one minute for a process that is specified by validation reports to be exactly four minutes. The 25% error in blender agitation timing has not been evaluated as to any effect on drug product quality.
32 FDA 483 Calibration Calibration of scales is scheduled twice a year, however, there is no provision to verify their accuracy with weights between calibrations.
33 FDA 483 Calibration Scale Calibration Records did not include: Percent variance between test readings and actual NIST weight Reproducibility studies and standard deviation calculations Accuracy of the scale regarding the number of decimal points Accuracy of the scale regarding the minimum / maximum weights
34 Out of Tolerance (OOT) for Critical Equipment Suggested OOT Flowchart Instrument Mechanic: Verifies Calibration Result Is Calibration Result Valid? No Invalidate, Document & Recalibrate Yes Instrument Services Group: Repairs & Recalibrates, Replaces, or takes out of service Instrument Services Group: Issues Out of Tolerance Notification Investigates Root Cause Plans & Documents Corrective Action Instrument Owner: Evaluates Potential Impact on Product Quality Complete OOT report & file in Maintenance No Is there potential for impact on product quality? Yes Are Quality-approved procedures in place that define the criteria for potential quality impact? Yes Plan & Document Corrective Action, Document & Retain Atypical Investigation Determine Disposition of Product Yes Notifies Quality Initiates Atypical Investigation Assess Impact on Product Quality Yes Is Quality Impacted?? No No Document & Retain Atypical Investigation
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