In this training program, attendees will explore modern technologies, process changes and smart architectural design that can extend the useful life of manufacturers' aseptic and biologic facilities by 10 to 20 years. These upgrades can also make facilities more compliant, cut down on operating risks, and improve performance.
Why Should You Attend:
This course will explore the modern technologies, process changes and smart architectural design that can extend the useful life of manufacturers' aseptic and biologic facilities, including:
How unidirectional flows and architectural layout can boost productivity
Why upcoming intense FDA inspections should have you considering HVAC upgrades, AHU modernization, segregation, isolation and distribution
Best practices in architectural finishes and upgrades can reduce operating risks
Single use/disposables process systems have been deemed by many to be the future of manufacturing — how can you safely and compliantly build out these systems
Who Will Benefit:
Aseptic drug and biologic company executives
Engineers (quality, validation, facilities)
Quality operations managers
Erich Bozenhardt is the head of the process group of Integrated Project Services (IPS) in Raleigh NC. He has 10 years of experience in the biotechnology and aseptic processing business. He has led several biological manufacturing projects including cell therapies, mammalian cell culture, and novel delivery systems. Mr. Bozenhardt has a BS Chemical Engineering degree and an MBA, both from the University of Delaware.
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