ACI’s Inaugural Cleanroom Management Summit 2017 will be taking place in London, UK, on 15th — 16th of November 2017. The two day event will bring together key industry personnel from the cleanrooms, pharmaceutical manufacturing and microbiological industries. The two day event will put together cleanrooms operators, technicians, quality assurance managers, contamination control and sterile manufacturing experts together for a fantastic, informative and ground breaking conference. The conference will discuss regulations and compliance, information in validation and standards. It will highlight cleanroom’s energy consumption and how to make your cleanrooms more efficient. Conference will also focus on sterile manufacturing and what is required to successfully manufacture sterile products. Other highlights are cleanroom management and all the aspects of effective cleanrooms management to minimise infection and contamination and maximise efficiency, as well as information on gowning and correct cleanroom’s attire and relevant system management techniques.
Why Cleanroom Management Summit 2017 is a Must-Attend Cleanrooms Conference:
Join us for 2 days of interactive sessions at Cleanroom Management Summit 2017 set on the 15th & 16th of November in London, UK which will serves as a platform for the region’s greatest cleanrooms experts to exchange insights to drive cleanrooms management performance in ways like never before. Register today to visit the conference in London to exchange your point of view with your peers, tackle the challenges & opportunities faced by the cleanrooms and controlled facilities sector together with our expert speakers and engage in excellent networking opportunities.
Key Topics Include
John McKenzie, CEO, Wickham Laboratories
Adam Bloom, Executive Director, ITH Pharma Limited
Richard.Tarrant, Quality Manager, Clinical BioManufactring Facility, University of Oxford
Joe Hughes, GMP Validation Consultant, Validation Manager (CAS), Expert Advisory Group Member for the MHRA,
Founder of the International Clean Room Testing and Certification Board,(I-CTCB).
Chris Fisher, Head of Advance Therapies Unit, Biomedical Research Centre,
In charge of the GMP facility at BRC and was in charge of the Cell Therapies Cleanroom at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Koos Agricola, Head of the Dutch delegation to the ISO TC209 and CEN TC243, Development of the ISO 14644 and ISO 14698 standards. Executive board member of the ICCCS.
Keith Beattie, Director of Client Services, EECO2, delivering cleanroom energy reduction projects globally, UK Technical Expert on TC209, ISO14644-16 Cleanroom Energy Efficiency standard, Member BSI’s LBI 30 Committee, Committee member ISPE HVAC/Sustainability Community of Practice
Urenna Ebillah, Quality Assurance Manager, ITH Pharma,
Experienced in Quality assurance and Quality control. A qualified GPhC-registered pharmacist responsible for microbiological monitoring.
Dr Alan Cosslett, Facility Manager, Imperial College London, Senior Lecturer, School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Cardiff University
Kim Cuthbert, Manufacturing Manager, Roslin Cells Therapies
If you would like to be considered as a speaker for the event with a 30-45 minute presentation, please submit an abstract for consideration to:
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