Remember Your Cleanroom Ps
When it comes to the crunch – the swab test – planning and preparation are the key to the best performance.
Sue Springett | | Opinion
There’s an (in)famous British Army acronym – the 7 Ps: proper planning and preparation prevents p**s poor performance. The version used in the business world is slightly less fruity, but the message remains the same (proper planning and preparation prevents particularly poor performance). The statement applies to all areas of pharma, from business operations, right down to technical aspects, such as facility design and manufacturing activities.
The 7 Ps are memorable and I like to use them a lot in my role when discussing cleanrooms. A cleanroom is a huge investment and it needs to remain fit for purpose over the years, as well as meeting the needs of all that will use it. To get the investment right, proper planning is a must because there is no one-size-fits-all cleanroom, or even clean down processes. Changing areas and packing will also differ between cleanrooms, so you need to carefully consider your needs and plan effectively.
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