The Aseptic processing industry has seen consistent growth in recent years, with advances in innovative therapeutics, the introduction of novel techniques and personnel protocols, the integration of robotics and automation in filling lines, and rise of rapid microbiological methods being just a few of the factors driving this growth.
The Aseptic Processing equipment market was approaching a valuation of 10 billion USD in 2015, and is projected to exceed 12 billion USD in value by next year, then to far surpass a total market value of 50 billion USD before the end of the decade.
Join SAE Media Group to discuss and address the Guidance and Regulation including the EU GMP Annex 1, environmental control delving into the contamination control strategy, Pharma moving forward 4.0 covering data integrity and data consistency, robotics in aseptic processing and exploring the continued aseptic processing development in Annex 1 and environmental monitoring
This event is CPD Accredited
Benefits of Attending:
- Discuss the revisions and the impact of Annex 1 on aseptic manufacturing
- Explore the applications of rapid micro methods in the manufacture of sterile products
- Discover a risk-based approach to cleaning and disinfection
- Delve into case studies of competence in global aseptic manufacturing
- Uncover the journey of isolation technology in a large biotech pharmaceutical plant
- Analyse the new abilities of robotics and automation through their integration into aseptic technique
Who Should Attend?
- Validation Managers
- Senior Microbiologists
- Senior QA's and QC's
- Quality Control Managers
- Heads of GMP Compliance
- Quality Assurance Experts
- Technical Operations Leads
- Leaders in Sterility Assurance
- Cleanroom Managers
- Regulatory Affairs Managers
- Production Managers
- Quality Systems Managers
- Heads of Quality Compliance
- Process Leaders
- Senior Auditors
- Bioprocess Research & Development
Post-Conference Workshop on 21 September 2022
Implementation Strategy of Annex 1 in New or Existing Facilities
Led by: Richard Denk, Senior Consultant Aseptic Processing & Containment, Skan AG
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