150 BPF subjects treated in LabQuest

LabQuest has been designed to help you reduce human errors.
The 150 GMP subjects that are discussed are those that lead to the most deviations and non-conformities in Pharma production: class B to A, disinfection, documentation, dressing, hygiene, intervention under flow, etc.

To make your life easier, we have grouped them in about fifty educational contents, called POIs (Point Of Interest).
Each contains:
– an explanatory text on the problem to be solved or the risk to be controlled, as well as the conduct to be maintained.
– a clear and concrete illustration that makes it possible to permanently memorize the BPF rule.

These contents are regularly updated according to changes in the regulations and feedback from our customers, following problems or inspection remarks.

Your employees can immediately apply their new knowledge in LabQuest:
– By performing missions in the virtual world in 3D.
– By analyzing the errors of behavior and gestures slipped into the observation video.
– By correcting the included batch file extract.

The goal is to deliver practical, hands-on training that your employees can immediately put into practice on their workstations.

Because they have better understood the “Why of How”, people trained with LabQuest commit 3.5 times more errors than others. Learn more about the scientific study we conducted.

Here is the complete list of topics: (as of 23/09/2016)
Problem of contamination related to city clothes.
Fire safety. Risk of safety at the benches.
Bacteriological control of the holding.
Role and use of petri dishes.
Explanation of pressure cascades.
Role and use of trolleys.
Role and use of the charlotte.
Role and use of zone shoes.
Role and function of the integral combination.
Technique for threading sterile gloves.
Importance of a good control of the environmental parameters.
Disinfection of hands in airlock B: Special cases when dressing.
Hand disinfection in ZAC: Special cases in the production area.
General hand disinfection: General rules for disinfecting hands.
Importance of the documentation. Annotation rules for the batch folder.
Role and use of safety shower and eye rinse.
Interest of product sampling and sampling methods.
Where and when to put on the boots?
Fight against the fire.
Explanation of airflow.
Intervention under laminar flow.
Explanation of the usefulness of an overflowing laminar flow.
Methods of treatment and decontamination of waste.
Role and function of the Goggles.
Explain the importance of dressing from top to bottom.
Explanation of the usefulness of intercoms.
Explain the importance of careful hand washing.
Role and use of wipes.
Tracking of clean dirty and markings on the ground.
Role and use of the surgeon mask.
Role of mirrors during dressing.
General explanation of the environmental monitoring.
Explain the importance of proper cleaning and disinfection of surfaces.
Basic knowledge in microbiology.
Methods of cleaning and sterilizing clothing.
Explain the difference between cleaning and disinfection.
Role and use of pass-dishes.
Role of the doors in the path of clean to dirty.
Role and use of garbage cans.
Principles of dressing. Importance of keeping his sterile ZAC outfit.
RABS and isolator: Presentation of the different types of machine containment.
Usefulness of a good traceability of the entries of the personnel and the materials in zone of production.
Presentation and illustration of the golden rules of ZAC behavior.
Explanation on the composition and purpose of SOPs.
Role and use of disinfectant sprays.
Fire safety. personal protection device. Consequence of a sprinkling of water in the ZAC.
Presentation of the different methods of sterilization of containers.
Role and use of over-boots.
Role and use of over-shoes.
Explanation of the phenomenon of swirling particles above the head.
Methods of air treatment.
Presentation of the different types of benches.
Cleaning of clothes: Special cases.
Presentation of the devices allowing a fast leak in the event of a major incident.
Role and utility of glazed walls.

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