Delivered by experts from Glass Technology Services Ltd, This one-day workshop provides delegates with an introduction to the use of glass as a primary pharmaceutical packaging – including how glass is made and processed, tubular and moulded glassware, quality control and common defects and failures. Delegates will learn about key regulatory and quality assurance issues such as glass durability, delamination, ICH-Q3D elemental migration and pharmacopoeial verification.
Who is it for?
Anyone in the pharmaceutical supply chain who interacts with glass packaging. Ideal for those in role such as:
• quality control and assurance
• primary packaging selection and specification
• regulatory affairs
• packaging development
• contract fillers
What will be covered?
Topics on the day will include:
• current legislation
• legal requirements
• ensuring packaging integrity
• glass durability and appropriate selection
• glass strength
• handling considerations
When is it?
Wednesday 6 March
9.30am – 4.00pm – lunch provided
Where will it be held?
Glass Technology Services Ltd.
9 Churchill Way,
Chapeltown, Sheffield, S35 2PY
Just off junction 35a/36 of the M1.
Free parking available.
How do I book?
To book your free place please visit the Glass Technology Services Eventbrite page.