Pharmaceutical Critical Cleaning During COVID-19 Times
Sponsored by: Alconox
- Pharmaceutical Cleaning
Date: 2 December
Days to go: 2
Time: 2PM London / 3PM CET
Pharmaceutical, Cannabis, and Cosmetic Considerations, Critics, and Calamities
Critical Cleaning in all Its criticality including what could happen to even a large company if this topic is not heeded
Introduction and general cleaning concepts including detergent selections and chemistry in Life Sciences.
COVID - 19 - Important Sanitary Surface Considerations including the science behind surfactant de-activation of envelope coat
Cleaning Guidelines for Cannabis Manufacturers.
Overcoming Difficult Residues in Consumer Products and Cosmetics.
What you should learn:
• Critical Cleaning
• Cleaning Chemistry
• Cleaning Methods
• Detergent Selection
• Cleaning Process Development & Optimization
• Things to Consider/Avoid
• Bugs and Bongs
• Discussion and Questions
Alconox, Inc. has been the recognized leader in laboratory detergents, used extensively in the pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device, healthcare, cannabis, electronics, and the cosmetics industries as well as solar, food, nuclear and optics industries. Our products can now be found in over 50 countries world-wide.
Alconox, Inc. has remained in control of the founding families for over 70 years, and the third generation of those founders operate the business today.
Sign up for a lecture that could save your business and arm you with knowledge necessary to be successful in a COVID-19 World.
Senior Director, Science and Marketing
Jeff has 20+ years of pharmaceutical industry, medical device industry, process optimization, troubleshooting, training, critical cleaning, and analytical chemistry experience.
Key Learning Objectives
- Introduction and general cleaning concepts including detergent selections and chemistry in Life Sciences
- COVID - 19 and Important Sanitary Surface Considerations as well as science behind surfactant de-activation of envelope coat
- Cleaning Guidelines for Cannabis Manufacturers
- Overcoming Difficult Residues in Consumer Products and Cosmetics
- Manufacturing workers and management