Potent Compound Safety “Boot Camp” ® I - Japan

TKP Conference Center – Tokyo Nibhonbashi (2nd floor)

This 2-day course in pharmaceutical potent compound safety, taught by the leading industry experts in potent compound safety, is designed for EHS and related professionals who need to understand the critical concepts of evaluating and safely handling pharmaceutical compounds. The intensive curriculum focuses on evaluation of compound potency and toxicity, sampling and monitoring protocols, control technologies, and effective investigation and communication approaches. Attendees learn:

  • How compound potency and toxicity are evaluated
  • How to establish targets for monitoring methods and conduct monitoring studies
  • How to systematically approach the safe handling of research compounds and “unknowns”
  • Elements of a comprehensive health and safety program for the safe handling of potent pharmaceuticals
  • Please contact Allison McCarthy at allison.mccarthy@safebridge.com or (212)727-0717 x 2407 for further information.

Who Should Attend
  • Pharmaceutical and chemical plant environmental health and safety professionals
  • Pharmaceutical R&D safety coordinators
  • Facility and process engineers
  • Industrial hygienists
  • Safety professionals
  • Environmental engineers
  • Pharmaceutical quality control and quality assurance personnel
  • Plant managers

About the Instructors

Your instructors will be board-certified health professionals in industrial hygiene and toxicology with many years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. The presentations and materials cover pharmaceutical industrial hygiene (IH), occupational toxicology, environmental toxicology, IH analytical chemistry, risk communication and elements of safety management. The Boot Camp I course is eligible for 13 technical contact hours, 1.3 CEUs or 2.7CMs.




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