Pharmaceutical Water Course Dublin
Pharmaceutical Water Systems: Practical Applications
As Honeyman Group continues to develop its range of branded training courses via the long established ‘Principles in Practice’® series, we are pleased to announce that in April 2020 the extremely popular Pharmaceutical Water Systems training course is to be held at the state of the art Bristol-Myers Squibb facility in Dublin.
During the course there will be the opportunity for delegates to tour some of the site's pure water installations and to speak toBristol-Myers Squibb personnel about owning and managing these systems within the pharmaceutical regulatory environment. This shared experience will be invaluable to other pure water system owners and users, and for those planning to build new systems in the future.
The course will run over two days and is an abridged version of the three day ‘Principles in Practice’® course.
Bristol-Myers Squibb have agreed to take delegates on a tour of their pure water facility, and to describe its design and operation, which will be hugely appreciated by delegates. This will provide a unique opportunity to see the ‘Principles in Practice’® in a working facility.
Pharmaceutical Water Systems
Principles in Practice ®
Date: 21st - 22nd April 2020
Where: Bristol-Myers Squibb, Dublin, Ireland
Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes
This 2 day course will explain:
- The current pharmacopeial specifications and requirements for pharmaceutical water
- The uses and applications for water in pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturing facilities
- The methods of purification for Purified Water and Water for Injections
- The building blocks of water systems, and how to configure them to maximise reliability and performance
- Microbiological challenges including Biofilm and how to control them
- The design principles and standard industry practices in storage and distribution systems
- Approaches to quality, management and control of systems
- Workshops designed for delegates to put the principles into practice
Workshops & Discussions
Is distillation better than RO for WFI?
Annex 1 Proposed Revision – Water Systems In addition to the factory tour at Bristol-Myers Squibb, there will be interactive workshop sessions where delegates will have the opportunity to work with delegates from other companies to look at specific issues and problem solving. This course will specifically feature a discussion workshop on the revision to the European Pharmacopeia regarding producing WFI from methods other than distillation. We will also examine the proposed changes to Annex 1 with regard to pharmaceutical water systems.
This course provides a unique opportunity to combine classroom learning with knowledge transfer and practical experiences, with hands-on, first-line experience of established working systems and the opportunity to work on problem solving with delegates from other pharmaceutical companies.
We do not know of any other pharmaceutical water course offering this exclusive combination, carefully put together by the Honeyman Group.
Award-Winning Honeyman Group:
For further details please call us on
1st AugustRouge in Pharmaceutical Water Systems
16th NovemberA strong case for HydroGienic®