11 - 13 November 2014, Training courses, New Brunswick, NJ, US
11 - 13 November 2014
New Brunswick, NJ, US
Potent Compound Safety Boot Camp (Boot Camp I), takes place on 11–12 November, and is a comprehensive two-day course in pharmaceutical potent compound safety with a focus on training EH&S and related professionals in critical technical concepts and proactive safety programmes in the pharmaceutical, fine chemical and biotechnology industries.
Advanced Concepts to Support Drug Development of Potent Compounds from R&D through Manufacturing (Boot Camp II), takes place on 13 November, and is a one-day advanced course with a focus on case studies and problem-solving to address potent compound safety issues in discovery, development, contract manufacturing and commercialisation using a systematic approach and the implementation of a comprehensive programme required successfully to support drug R&D and manufacturing organisations.
The organiser, SafeBridge Consultants, says a pre-requisite for the Advanced Concepts course is previous attendance at Boot Camp I and/or significant experience in environmental health and safety applications in the pharmaceutical industry.
Delegates may register for one or both courses.
Organiser: SafeBridge Consultants