The EECO2 team is looking forward to the 2019 ISPE Annual Meeting & Expo. This year the event will focus on modernization, globalization, and transformation in pharmaceutical science and manufacturing. It promises to provide pharma professionals the opportunity to ‘engage in industry-critical conversations’ with pharmaceutical and bio-pharmaceutical professionals – from young professionals to top senior executives in all areas of pharma and bio-pharma.
Modernize. Globalize. Transform.
With 6 extensive education tracks and over 85 hours of targeted technical sessions, one particular session draws the attention of EECO2…
On day 2, Monday, 28 October 2019 at 11:00-12:30, the session titled ‘Classified Areas Best Practice in Design and Operation’ will take place. This session will provide information on the following:
-The latest section of ISO 14644 – part 16 energy efficiency with a lighthearted presentation -On the best practices for HEPA filter testing – is particle counting the answer to an engineer’s prayers? -Best practices in the design for a cell or a gene therapy facility -Best practices in the design of a change area – a common source of environmental monitoring excursions and regulatory observations – What does Annex 1 really want? What are the current best practices?
More information on the ISPE Annual Meeting & Expo agenda: click here
One of the speakers in this session, will be EECO2’s Keith Beattie. If you would like to discuss any of the topics included in the session, get in touch or arrange to meet Keith at the event via his LinkedIn account.
We know the importance of our customer. We pride ourselves on our knowledge, flexible approach and customer care. It is our mission to ensure our customers have a positive experience when working with our team.
As the world recovers, we have the chance to reset our priorities and build back better than before.
Applying the #BuildBackBetter campaign to the pharmaceutical industry: https://www.eeco2.com/build-back-better/
#pharma #manufacturing #sustainability
Sign up to the knowledge hub