Wondering how to establish a comprehensive potent compound safety program? Don't know where to start? Then this potent compound safety infographic is for you! In this infographic, we boil it all down to the key points for you to consider.
A well-developed potent compound safety program brings together a variety of environmental, health and safety subject matter experts. For a potent compound safety program to effectively function, you will need to involve experts in research and development, clinical development, pharmaceutical manufacturing, occupational toxicology, industrial hygiene, safety engineering and others. Once the group is assembled, these experts should establish and follow a general process. Without a process in place, your efforts will not be focused.
As with any comprehensive environmental, health and safety management system, it's complicated and requires a team effort, but this infographic outlines the basic process.
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This infographic was created by the potent compound safety experts at Affygility Solutions. If you would like a full-size printed version of this infographic for your office, fill out our request form and we'll send you one.
If you need assistance in establishing a potent compound safety program, or revamping an existing one, please contact Affygility Solutions today.
Also, be sure to check out the BioPharma EHS Podcast. In these podcasts, we discuss important environmental, health and safety issues affecting the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industry.
Published November 23, 2011
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