This course meets for 4 hours/day for 6 days over two weeks. It includes topics on pharmaceutical potent compound safety, taught by the leading industry experts in potent compound safety, and 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. Advanced topics covered build on the concepts covered over the first 4 sessions, with a focus on case studies and problem solving to address potent compound safety issues in discovery, development, contract manufacturing, and commercialization. It leverages a systematic approach to successfully support drug R&D and manufacturing operations.
This remote training will meet on June 7th, 9th, 11th, 14th, 16th, and 18th from 12:00 to 16:00 (EST) on each of the six days.
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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.
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