Exelsius, the international Cold Chain Management Consultancy, has once again teamed up with IQPC to deliver its acclaimed 2-day training course – Good
Transportation Practices for Air, Road and Ocean for Temperature‐Sensitive Healthcare Products.
To be held in conjunction with IQPC’s 10th annual Cold Chain & Temperature Management Forum in Chicago September 24‐28 2012, the course will be of significant interest to all stakeholders in the logistics supply chain for temperature-sensitive healthcare products.
Today, temperature control is an integral part of a life science supply chain. A thorough understanding of all 'its moving parts' as well as every day challenges and responsibilities are essential to contribute value to its smooth and cGDP compliant operations.
Over two days (24-25 September), students will learn aspects such as the current Regulatory Environment, the importance of SOP’s and Quality Agreements, Good Temperature management and Quality Management. They will also be able to take part in practical demonstrations of packaging solutions and temperature monitoring as well as many other aspects of providing end-‐to-‐end temperature assurance across transportation modes.
Last year’s training was a sell-‐out with feedback that included:
“Great class. I would recommend it to my colleagues. Appreciate the level of detail and the scope of topics. Excellent use of real-life examples. Exercises were fun and involving.” – Logistics Specialist, Merck
To register for this unique course, visit www.ColdChainPharma.com or follow the link from the Exelsius web site www.exelsius.us or www.exelsius.co.uk
Posted on July 26, 2012
by Edwin Kalischnig filed under