Cleanrooms — Standards & Technology

December 16, 2010

A concentrated course providing the attendee an opportunity to get and keep right up to date with essential standards and best practice for cleanrooms intended for life sciences applications.

8 February 2011 – MWB Business Exchange, London ref. M2-2011
17 May 2011 – Regus Edinburgh, Edinburgh ref. M5-2011

Fee: £395 + VAT

Click here to register: London http://www.management-forum.co.uk/gxp/eventid/1467
Edinburgh http://www.management-forum.co.uk/gxp/eventid/1470

Contact:

Andrea James:

andrea.james@management-forum.co.uk


Website:

www.management-forum.co.uk


Tel.

+44 (0) 1483 730071

Training Outcomes

  • Understanding best cleanroom practice.
  • Preparing for and keeping up to date with forthcoming changes in standards and regulations.
  • Identify realistic cost and energy saving opportunities.

Focus

A concentrated course providing the attendee an opportunity to get and keep right up to date with essential standards and best practice for cleanrooms intended for life sciences applications.

  • Review of current cleanroom classification requirements and use of BS/EN/ISO 14644-1 and 2.
  • A heads up on the revision of ISO 14644-1 & 2. The new statistical model.
  • Best practice for air filtration.
  • Cleanroom monitoring.
  • Integration with The GMPs for sterile products. Impact on industry.
  • Sustainable design and operation of cleanrooms and clean air devices.

Who Should Attend?

Cleanroom users in manufacturing and research.

  • Specifiers, consultants, and project managers.
  • Suppliers and installation firms
  • QA and QC professionals
  • Certification and test houses.
  • Validation personnel.

Trainer

Gordon Farquharson, a Chartered Engineer with more than 30 years experience in quality and safety engineering systems used by the pharmaceutical and life sciences industry. He is a cleanroom expert, is convenor of ISO TC 209, and has been active in the revision of the EU, PIC/S, and WHO GMPs for sterile products.