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SMi proudly presents the 2nd Annual Next Generation Pharmaceutical Cleanroom Conference being held in London on 6 - 7 October 2021.

It is a critical time for cleanrooms as new regulations in GMP enter their final drafts after several months in review. This conference will explore the forecasted impacts of the new regulations across the pharmaceutical cleanroom industry, from designer to operator.

These significant updates will be influential in the regulatory procedure across the cleanroom industry and come at a time when the global cleanroom technologies market is set to surpass GBP 3 billion in value.


This rapidly growing industry sustains an identical rate of evolution; technological leaps in airflow visualisation and environmental monitoring provide deeper insight into cleanroom management and contribute to the increasing standards in sterility. Additionally, the development of entirely new medicines is forcing new regulatory measures into play.


The agenda will look deeply into the influence of the developments in Annex 1, ISO 14644 and GMP compliance, as well as insights into the novel technologies surfacing in this industry, from robotics and automation to isolator technology implementation.


We look forward to welcoming you to the conference in October.

 

The workshop will focus on important aspects of cleanroom garments today as well as in the future. The present Annex 1 (2008), the draft Annex 1 (2020) an the IEST-RP-CC 003.4 (2017) are discussed. Practical aspects on gowning together with testing after gowning are presented.

Cleanroom garments are of enormous importance – today and in the future. Cleanroom garments are traditionally not looked upon as one of the most critical tools in pharmaceutical manufacturing. The future will be totally different – Much more focus will be put on cleanroom garments. The pharmaceutical manufacturer must have a good knowledge and understanding – theoretical and practical - on future demands on cleanroom garments.

Heads, Managers, Directors, Experts:

Microbe Monitoring
Contamination control
Aseptic Processing
Cleanroom Technology
Microbiology
Sterility Assurance
Environmental Monitoring
 

3dimension Cleanrooms Limited; ALK-Abello Nordic A/S; Allergan Biologics Ltd; Alpha RLH; ASCCA (Italian Cleanroom Society); AstraZeneca; Baxter Healthcare Ltd; Bio Products Laboratory Ltd; BIOMÉRIEUX AUSTRIA GMBH (PO6500579899); BioTekPro AB; Boehringer Ingelheim; Boehringer Ingelheim Animal health; Charles River EMD; Contec; Contec Inc; Contec Incorporated; DEERNS S.L; Dupont De Nemours (Luxembourg) S A; Ecolab; EECO2 Ltd; Fresenius Kabi; Fresenius Kabi Product Partnering ; Fresenius Kabi UK Ltd; GSK; Imperial College London; Kings College London; MeiraGTx; PHSS: Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Sciences Society; Porton Biopharma Limited; Porton Biopharma Ltd; Royal Free London NHS Trust; STERIS Corporation; Takeda; Techniconsult Firenze SRL; VCCN;

Workshop programme

13:30 Registration & Coffee

14:00 Opening remarks and introductions

Matts Ramstorp

Matts Ramstorp, Professor in Cleanroom Technology, BioTekPro AB
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14:10 Historic development of cleanrooms and cleanroom garments

Matts Ramstorp

Matts Ramstorp, Professor in Cleanroom Technology, BioTekPro AB
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14:50 Present Annex 1 (2008) versus draft Annex 1 (2020) – cleanroom garments

Matts Ramstorp

Matts Ramstorp, Professor in Cleanroom Technology, BioTekPro AB
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15:30 Coffee Break

16:00 Laundering and sterilization versus garment function and life span

Matts Ramstorp

Matts Ramstorp, Professor in Cleanroom Technology, BioTekPro AB
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16:30 Testing of cleanroom garments

Matts Ramstorp

Matts Ramstorp, Professor in Cleanroom Technology, BioTekPro AB
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• Gowning and de-gowning

– Important considerations

17:20 Closing remarks

Matts Ramstorp

Matts Ramstorp, Professor in Cleanroom Technology, BioTekPro AB
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17:30 End of workshop

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FEATURED SPEAKERS

Matts Ramstorp

Matts Ramstorp

Professor in Cleanroom Technology, BioTekPro AB

Matts Ramstorp

Professor in Cleanroom Technology, BioTekPro AB
Matts Ramstorp

Matts Ramstorp has been working for more than 35 years with cleanliness and hygiene as a researcher, consultant, lecturer and educator. Matts has a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering, Technology, a PhD in Applied Biochemistry (Biotechnology) and became Professor in Contamination Control and Cleanroom technology at LTH, Lund University of Technology in 2002. Matts has also published several textbooks in the field of cleanroom technology.
 

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