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Pharmaceutical Packaging - an introductory course (1 day)

23 Nov 2012 - 23 Nov 2012 - Window Conference Venue, 13 Windsor Street, Islington, London, N1 8QG



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Pharmaceutical Packaging is a very specialised area with its own unique issues and problems.  This one day course will provide delegates with a good basic grounding and appreciation of what is required for the packaging of pharmaceutical and healthcare products.  Whether you know nothing, have a basic understanding or are familiar with the area, this course will provide you with the useful knowledge and insights from experts who have each worked in the industry for over 25 years.

 What it covers?

· Packaging component and material selection

· Key properties of various packaging materials/systems

· Pack testing and evaluation

· Packaging component specifications

· Printing processes and controls

· Artwork generation and control

· Regulatory requirements eg MA packaging requirements, Braille, 2D Data Matrix barcodes,  Child resistance, Tamper Evidence, Readability and others

· Transit packaging

· Trade/Supply Chain requirements

 Who should attend:

Account Managers

Artwork Producers

Auditors

Business Developers

Clinical Trial Suppliers

Logistics Personnel

Packaging Design/Labelling Personnel

Project Managers

Purchasers

Quality Assurance and Control Personnel

Regulatory Personnel

Suppliers to the industry

Technical Writers


Early-bird Fee: 1 day course £549.00 (+ VAT £109.80   if applicable, see notes on VAT)
Discounted rate for registering and paying before 28 September 2012
Full Fee: 1 day course £610.00 (+ VAT £122.00 if applicable, see notes on VAT)                
Reduced rate of 10% if also booking Stability Testing in Pharmaceutical Development
and Manufacture
Discount of 10% applies for booking more than 1 delegate
Discount of 10% applies for booking more than 1 course
Maximum discount received is 15%


Course Speaker: Annie Dallison
Annie has over 25 year experience and an impressive track record of hundreds of
successful and innovative branded international product launches for Boots The Chemist, Boots Healthcare International & Reckitt Benckiser Healthcare International. These include global brands such as Nurofen, Strepsils, Optrex, Lemsip and Gaviscon.
She is experienced in all elements of packaging and product development from
concept through to commercialisation. Incorporating: Feasibility, COGS, reduction,
Procurement, Consumer testing, Production requirements, Graphics development,
legal and trade requirements.
Annie is a renowned industry expert, a Fellow of the Institute of Packaging and a
Chartered Environmentalist.
She is also an active member of the Pharmaceutical Forum, where she is proactively
invoved in the establishment of the ‘BSI & CEN Standard for Braille on Packagin



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