1. Pharmacopeia – overview.
2. USP & EP – which part applies to an analytical balance?
3. USP chapter 41 and 1251 – overview.
4. EP chapter 2.1.7 – overview.
5. How to apply the previously discussed regulations in practice?
6. Qualification – a brief overview with a discussion of the relevance.
7. How to achieve compliance with pharmacopeia requirements?
8. Minimum weight – what does it say and what are the differences between minimum load and minimum weight?
9. Conducting balance qualification in practice.
10. Practical determination of the minimum weight – discussion of the relevance.
01:00 pm Conclusion and Q&A session
You will learn what the USP and EP chapters deal with in relation to an analytical balance
You will find out how to achieve compliance with the requirements of both pharmacopoeias
You will know how to perform a balance qualification procedure
You will learn how to determine the minimum weight
Radosław Wilk, M.Sc., eng.
Laboratory Product Manager, Senior Product Trainer. He is a Laboratory Product Manager as well as a Senior Product Trainer at RADWAG. He has been working for RADWAG for over 17 years and during this time has been responsible for many different products in laboratory family as a Product Manager. He specializes in laboratory solutions which means not only weighing in the laboratory but also all of the regulations related to laboratory e.g. legal metrology or validations/ qualifications.