Completely new content. For a limited time, we're offering our four-part series of Advanced Potent Compound Safety webinars for free.
Register for one of our series of two-hour online sessions:
April 7, 9, 14, 16
Tuesdays/Thursdays, 10am - 12pm GMT
London: 10am - 12pm, Abu Dhabi: 2 - 4pm, Mumbai: 3:30 - 5:30pm
This four-part series of live instructor-led, web-based modules is intended for environmental, health and safety, quality, and business development professionals in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry. Upon completion of the 4 modules, each participant will be able to:
This series is FREE.
Sign up for the Apr 7-16 series and we'll send you instructions on how to login to the sessions.
Registration closes 30 minutes prior to start time.
Intro to Potent Compound Safety is designed to provide the participants with a basic understanding of the key definitions, and terminology used in the remaining modules. In addition, this module provides an overview of the EHS program elements for an effective potent compound safety program and numerous case studies where occupational exposures to active pharmaceutical ingredients have occurred. Participants will be involved in their learning experience through interactive, instructional exercises. Combined with technical information, these activities provide opportunities to apply newly learned concepts to a variety of industry relevant scenarios.
In the Health Based Exposure Limits and the Role of Toxicology module, the participants will be introduced to key concepts in health based exposure limits including toxicology, desirable data requirements, occupational exposure limits, acceptable daily exposures, permitted daily exposure limits, and more.
In Industrial Hygiene, the participants will learn various industrial hygiene concepts as they relate to the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry. The concepts include: advantages/disadvantages of using total dust vs. compound specific methods, method development for active pharmaceutical ingredients, collection of personal and area samples, task-based sampling vs. 8-hour TWA sampling, wipe sampling for surface contaminants, and statistical analysis of monitoring data.
Banding and Control Strategies is the fourth and final module in a 4-module series. In this module, the participants will learn basic control banding concepts, and the use of engineering, administrative, and personal protective equipment to control occupational exposure to active pharmaceutical ingredients. Presentation and discussion points on local exhaust ventilation, general room ventilation, powders weighing hoods, segregation areas, medical surveillance, operating procedures, the use of respiratory protection and much more will be provided.