Top Class Webinars for Pharmaceutical Industry

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Top Class Webinars for Pharmaceutical Industry


JOIN IChemE's latest pharmaceutical webinars, which are a cost effective and accessible means to augment existing knowledge or learn the basic processes of this industry.

They are expertly and concisely delivered by Keith Plumb, a fellow of IChemE with more than 30 years in pharmaceuticals. Delivered in two sessions, morning and afternoon, these webinars are open to everybody, with a discount for IChemE members.

Manufacture of pharmaceutical solid dosage forms - the basics September 22 Looking to break into the pharmaceutical industry or just starting out? Or maybe you already work within the sector or are a seasoned professional.

Regardless of your experience level, this concise, expertly delivered webinar will give you valuable underpinning knowledge in the basic principles of manufacturing pharmaceutical solid dosage forms.

This webinar runs twice on September 22.

Morning slot: 8am to 9am GMT Afternoon slot: 4pmto 5pm GMT Content: ? understanding of powder flow ? mixing (and de-mixing) ? granulation ? agglomeration ? drying and size reduction within the pharmaceutical industry For more information or to register on this course, visit www.icheme.org/manu.

Explosive atmospheres in pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals November 24 Statistics show that contrary to previous beliefs, electrical ignition sources only account for 5% of explosions in pharmaceutical and fine chemical environments. Mechanical ignition sources are more prevalent.

Subsequently, new IEC standards have been written and are widely regarded as a benchmark, both internationally and domestically, for developing risk assessments for the use of equipment in explosive atmospheres. …

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