London, United Kingdom, May 19, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Pharmaceutical and biologics product development and manufacturing processes carry their progressive complexities, which consequently affect cleanliness requirements and outline of facilities. Compliance with the standards for product approval is very important and as a result manufacturing companies in various industries are dependent on cleanroom technology.
By 2025, the global cleanroom technology market is expected to reach nearly US$5 billion. With this in mind, SMi Group is pleased to announce the launch of the Pharmaceutical Cleanroom Technology Europe, taking place in London on the 9th and 10th October 2019.
For those interested in attending, the biggest early bird discount of £400 is ending on Friday 31st May 2019. Places can be reserved at http://www.cleanroomtechnology.co.uk/PR1
The 2-day conference will be chaired by James Drinkwater, Chairman, Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Sciences Society (PHSS).
James Drinkwater is Head of Aseptic processing technologies & GMP compliance for F Ziel Germany, supporting international projects from a base in the UK.
In addition to the role at F Ziel James has a voluntary role as Chairman of the not for profit society: PHSS – Pharmaceutical and Healthcare sciences society and leads the PHSS Aseptic processing & Bio-contamination special interest group.
James will also be opening the conference on day 2 presenting on Development of Aseptic-Containment strategies (ACS) for processing of new toxic, potent or bio-hazard sterile medicinal products and therapies.
The programme features over 16 expert industry leading caliber of speakers including:
Christopher Hansy, Senior QC Scientist, TAKEDA
Christoph has about 13 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. He is currently member of the Global Microbiology Team at Takeda and based in Vienna, Austria.
In his current role he provides subject matter expertise as well as technical leadership on microbiological matters, such as method related projects, microbial control strategies, and contamination/investigation support in a global role.
Christoph will be speaking on Implementation of a Global contamination control program - A field report on day one.
Pier Angelo Galligani, Past President, Member of the Board, ASCCA (Italian Cleanroom Society)
Pier, mechanical engineer, is Partner and Technical Director at Techniconsult, an engineering company based in Florence active in the life-science field.
Pier will be speaking on CFD as a Tool for Implementing Quality by Design in Pharmaceutical Cleanroom Projects on day one.
Birger Lerche-Jorgensen, HVAC responsible, SME, ALK-Abello A/S
Experience HVAC engineer in design, construction and validation of ventilation and clean room in pharmaceutical production sites in Denmark, China and Russia.
Birger will be speaking on HVAC on a green field filling plant project from CD to Validation on day two.
Steve Marnach, EMEA Training Manager & Critical Environments Sales and Marketing Specialist, Dupont De Nemours (Luxembourg) S A
Steve has a Masters’ degree in Business Administration and has joined DuPont in 1995. In his current role, Steve is providing training sessions on the selection and safe handling of chemical protective garments used in, amongst others, pharmaceutical production and GMP grade B, C and D cleanroom operations as well as giving technical support to health and safety specialists.
Steve will be speaking on Addressing new GMP Annex 1 requirements - selection of adequate cleanroom clothing that is part of efficient QRM system for aseptic manufacturing process on day one.
Christine Arbesser-Rastburg, Director, Head of Global Microbiology, TAKEDA
Christine has 35 years – 26 years in the pharmaceutical industry – of experience in the field of microbiology. She is currently leading the Global Microbiology Department at Takeda.
Together with her team she provides technical guidance, requirements, and support to the Takeda network.
Christine will be speaking on Microbial contamination investigation tool on day two.
There are also two half day pre-conference workshops on Tuesday 8th October on Environmental Classification, Qualification and Monitoring of GMP Controlled areas in the morning led by PHSS and the afternoon workshop will cover all aspects of Gowning Theory led by Irish Cleanroom Society & BioTekPro AB.
The newly released brochure with the full programme, workshop details, and speaker line-up is available to download online at http://www.cleanroomtechnology.co.uk/PR1
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Pharmaceutical Cleanroom Technology Conference
Conference: 9th & 10th October 2019
Workshops: 8th October 2019
Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, UK