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Standard Operating Procedure for Door Interlock System

1.0 PURPOSE: 1.0 To lay down the Standard Operating Procedure for using the Door Interlock System.

2.0 SCOPE: 2.1 This SOP applies to all Personnel, including Visitors Entering or Leaving the Man /

Material Entries have Door Interlock System.

3.0 RESPONSIBILITY: 3.1 All Personnel entering or Leaving the Man /Material Entries having Interlocking Systems are responsible for adhering to the procedure.

3.2 Head P&A and Quality Assurance are responsible for ensuring Overall Compliance to this SOP.

4.0 INSTRUCTIONS

4.1 Do not attempt to open the Interlocked Door system with Force.

4.2 Do not “Pull” or “Push” the door without releasing the “Electromagnetic Lock.”

4.3 Do not touch the Electromagnet of the door.

5.0 PROCEDURE

5.1 This SOP applies to the Man and Material Entries as specified in Annexure-1,” List of Doors / Entries having Interlocking System.”

5.2 After reaching the Entries having Door Interlock System, press Green Button “Push” to release the door. All Employees All Employees

5.3 When the indicator indicates Green Light, “Electromagnetic Lock” is released.

5.4 Push the door to open.

5.5 Enter or exit the door after pressing the “Push” button within 5 seconds.

5.6 If the time exceeds 5 seconds, the circuit will go in “Locked” mode with Blinking Red Light.

5.7 Having entered or taken exit, ensure that the door behind is appropriately locked.

5.8 Check that panel is showing red light for “Locked” mode.

5.9 In case of emergency, press “Emergency Button” to release all the respective Interlocks of the door.

5.10 Report the incident to Head Quality Assurance with the reason for the use of Emergency release.

Related: Entry and exit procedure in Pharmaceuticals

6.0 ABBREVIATION

SOP: Standard Operating Procedure

P&A: Personnel & Administration

QA Quality Assurance

List of doors Interlocking system:

  • Entry / Door Lobby Change Room
  • Change Room lA to Change Room 1B
  • Change Room 1C to Buffer Change Room to Corridor Adjacent to Change Room (Inside the Production) Lobby Change Room 1 & 2 to Change Room 2
  • Change Room 2A to Change Room 2B
  • Change Room 2C to Buffer Change Room 8 Buffer Change Room to Corridor Adjacent to Change Room (Inside the Production)
  • Lobby Change Room 3 & 4 to Change Room 3
  • Change Room 3A to Change Room 3B
  • Change Room 3C to Buffer Change Room.
  • Buffer Change Room to Corridor Adjacent to Change Room (Inside the Production)
  • Lobby Change Room 3 & 4 to Change Room 4
  • Change Room 4A to Change Room 4B
  • Change Room 4C to Buffer Change Room.
  • Buffer Change Room to Corridor Adjacent to Change Room (Inside the Production)
  • Corridor Adjacent to Change Room to Man Entry A Tablet
  • Man Entry A Tablet to Man Entry B Tablet
  • Man Entry B Tablet to Passage Tablet Manufacturing
  • Corridor Adjacent to Oral Hygiene and Ext. Prep. Entry to Material Entry Tablet
  • Material Entry Tablet to Dispensed RM Store Tablet
  • Receiving Area RM to Buffer Room RM
  • Buffer Room RM to RM Store 1
  • Receiving Area PM to Buffer Room PM
  • Buffer Room PM to PM Store 1
  • Entry / Door Dispensing 1 to Post Dispensing 1
  • Post Dispensing 1 to Corridor Adjacent to Oral Hygiene and Ext. Prep. Entry
  • RM Store 1 to Man Entry Dispensing 2
  • Man Entry Dispensing 2 to Pre Dispensing 2
  • RM Store 1 to Material Entry Dispensing 2
  • Material Entry Dispensing 2 to Pre Dispensing 2
  • Pre Dispensing 2 to Dispensing 2
  • Dispensing 2 to Post Dispensing 2
  • Post Dispensing 2 to Corridor Adjacent to Oral Hygiene and Ext. Prep. Entry
  • RM Store 1 to Man Entry Sampling
  • RM Store 1 to Material Entry Sampling
  • Man Entry Sampling to Pre Sampling
  • Material Entry Sampling to Pre Sampling
  • Pre Sampling to Sampling Room
  • Passage Microbiology Section to Change Room A
  • MLT Room to Change Room B
  • MLT Room to Microbiology Testing Room
  • Buffer Change Room to Corridor Adjacent to Change Room ( Inside the Production )
  • Corridor (Tablet Manufacturing) to Air Lock (Granulation 1)
  • Air Lock (Granulation 1) to Granulation 1
  • Corridor (Tablet Manufacturing) to Air Lock (Granulation 2
  • Pass Box Air Lock Compression 1 to Compression 1
  • Corridor (Tablet Manufacturing) to Air Lock (Compression 2)
  • Material Ent Airlock Compression 2 to Compression 2
  • Man Entry Airlock (Compression 2) to Compression 2
  • Pass Box Air Lock (Compression 2) to Compression 2
  • Corridor (Tablet Manufacturing) to Air Lock (Compression 3)
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