Events

Wednesday, 27 November 2019:
Evening Workshop: Introduction to Autoclaves & Control Strategy

The cost of the meeting is:

£24.00 (£20.00 + £4.00 VAT) for PQG Members
£30.00 (£25.00 + £5.00 VAT) for non-members

This meeting is for Junior Quality Professionals & Trainee QPs

Venue: ETC Venues 52-55 Chancery Lane London WC2A 1HL

Registration: 17:40

Evening Start: 18.00

Evening Finish: 20.30

Class Size: 25

Hosts: Stephan Croft – PQG Committee Member & Pfizer, EU Quality Operations Director & Qualified Person

Ian Pardo – Director, Spires Quality Ltd & Qualified Person

  • Welcome
  • What is an autoclave? Why do we use them & what can go wrong
  • How ‘bugs die’ – Steam lethality
  • The ‘autoclave cycle’
  • The importance of ‘good load design and control’
  • Autoclave qualification
  • Autoclave tests, indicators and controls
  • Routine production checks & documentation
  • Auditing your autoclave (Group work – Assemble an agenda for a one day audit of an autoclave)
  • Meeting close

The cost of the meeting includes a Finger Buffet (with vegetarian options) & Tea + Coffee

To book your place and pay by Credit Card, click on the green button above in this advert.

Confirmation of your place and VAT receipt: You will receive this by e-mail within a week of booking your place. A certificate of attendance will be provided at the meeting for your CPD records.

To contact the meeting organiser: e-mail admin@pqg.org


Wednesday, 27 November 2019:
Trainee QP, Sponsors & QP CPD Day

The cost of the meeting is:

£96.00 (£80.00 + £16.00 VAT) for PQG Members
£120.00 (£100.00 + £20.00 VAT) for non-members

Location: ETC Venues 52-54 Chancery Lane London WC2A 1HL

Meeting begins: 09:00, ending at 17:00

This seminar is aimed at QPs, trainee QPs and their sponsors.The day will include a Legislative update from NSF’s Pete Gough to enable participants to keep up to date with the changing world of pharmaceuticals.Alex Kersting (RSC) will be providing an overview of what the assessors are looking for and tips to help you pass the VIVA.

AGENDA

09:00 Registration and coffee
09:25 Introduction Damian Larrington (PQG and Pfizer)
09:30 What should you do to prepare for your VIVA? – Damian Larrington (PQG and Pfizer)
09:45 Preparing application, submitting for the VIVA, what is the VIVA like on the day  – Alex Kersting (RSC)
10:20 What do the assessors want to hear
11:15 Coffee/tea break
11:30 Regulatory update – Pete Gough (Executive Director – NSF)
12:45 Lunch
13:30 Viva practice
15:15 Coffee/tea break
15:30 QP Scenarios
16:30 Closing comments
16:45 Close

The meeting will also provide an ideal forum for discussion, an excellent opportunity to network with other QPs and will count towards your CPD.The Evening Workshop: Introduction to Autoclaves & control Strategy will take place from 18:00.

The cost of the meeting includes a hot lunch (with vegetarian options) and tea/coffee at breaks.

To book your place and pay by Credit Card, click on the green button above in this advert.

Confirmation of your place and VAT receipt: You will receive this by e-mail within a week of booking your place. A certificate of attendance will be provided at the meeting for your CPD records.

To contact the meeting organiser: e-mail admin@pqg.org


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Payment must be made prior to the meeting using our Credit card payment system. In case of difficulty paying this way, please contact the meeting organiser using the e-mail contact listed for each meeting.

Entry to events may be refused if payment is not received before the event.
Refunds for non-attendance will only be given if notified to the meeting organiser more than 14 days before the event. Once payment has been made, cancellations will incur an administration fee, which will be a minimum of £25.
Substitutions may be made at any time, preferably in writing to the meeting organiser shown on the meeting notice above.

Note that the PQG reserves the right to alter any meeting programme in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

At any meeting, the views expressed by individual contributors are their own and may not necessarily reflect the views of PQG as a whole.