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Pharmaceutical Packaging - an introductory course


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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

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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 an expert who has worked in the industry for over 25 years.

What the course 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

Prices

Early-bird rate available until 25 May 2018

Contact

Judith Callanan
info@pharma-training-courses.com

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