SafeBridge has run its Potent Compound Safety ‘Boot Camp’ training course more than 60 times over 15 years.
The 2015 course in San Diego, California runs from 28-29 April and from 2-3 June in Scotland, UK. Both events are highly subscribed, with less than ten places remaining on each.
Boot Camp I is a two-day course in pharmaceutical potent compound safety, focused on training EH&S and related professionals in critical technical concepts and proactive safety programmes in the pharmaceutical industry.
The course includes a substantial course manual that can be used as a reference for occupational potent drug safety management in the future.
Attendees will be provided with access to experts in the field and the opportunity to work with colleagues dealing with potent compound safety management issues.
SafeBridge also offers advanced concepts in potent compound safety.
Boot Camp II is a one-day advanced course focused on case studies and problem solving to address potent compound safety issues in discovery, development, contract manufacturing and commercialisation.
This uses a systematic approach and the required implementation of a comprehensive program to successfully support drug R&D and manufacturing organisations.
The course will run in the fall for attendees on the east coast of the US.