CPhI Worldwide to Implement New Global Biosafety Measures for 2020 Event

June 5, 2020

CPhI Worldwide have announced that the 2020 event will be organized in accordance with new global biosafety measures, Informa’s AllSecure health and safety standard, to ensure hygiene and safety of event attendees.

CPhI Worldwide have announced that the 2020 event will be organized in accordance with new global biosafety measures, Informa’s AllSecure health and safety standard, to ensure hygiene and safety of event attendees.

In a June 3, 2020 press release, the event organizers highlighted the measures that will be put in place for the 2020 edition of CPhI Worldwide. Measures include enhanced cleaning, physical distancing systems, and onsite monitoring and protection.

“We have worked with our parent company, Informa, to make health and safety a priority at our flagship event later in the year through a range of measures to ensure everyone involved is able to enjoy a safe, hygienic, and productive experience,” said Orhan Caglayan, brand director for CPhI Worldwide, in the press release. “Pharmaceutical professionals rely on their global network of contacts, and we must ensure that as they return to meeting in person-such an essential aspect of finding the right partners to advance medicines to patients-that they can be confident this is supported by the most stringent health and safety systems, delivered in a controlled environment.”

“The health and safety of everyone involved at the event is our number one priority, and we wanted to communicate our plans as early as possible,” added Adam Andersen, group director, CPhI Global, Informa Markets, in the press release. “The city of Milan has shown great resilience and is now leading the international effort for safe visitor environments. These measures are dedicated to supporting the speedy recovery of the pharma industry post COVID-19, and we look forward to welcoming you back to the event.” 

Full details of the protocols to be put in place for CPhI Worldwide, scheduled to be held in Milan, Italy, Oct. 13–15, 2020, will be announced over the course of the next few months.

Source: CPhI