The CCN is an event partner at the Cleanroom Technology Conference 2022, which takes place from 25th-26th May at The National Conference Centre, Birmingham. The Conference will provide delegates with an overview of the latest changes in the cleanroom and controlled environment industries and will cover a wide scope of guidance for industry professionals looking to gain the latest knowledge, expertise and best practice within cleanroom design and operations.
Our CCN Chair, Tim Triggs, will be the Chair for the two-day Cleanroom Technology event and being speaking about "Containment/biosafety cabinet testing" and Keith Beattie (a CCN Founder member) is one of the global panel of speakers and will join David Mitchell to discuss "Implementing dynamic cleanroom controls to create energy-efficient cleanrooms".
The line-up of speakers is as follows:
Wednesday 25th May 2022.
Welcome address from Chair, Tim Triggs.
Aligning Cleanroom Commissioning and Certification with Annex 15 Qualification and Validation, Conor Murray.
Annex 1 and its impacts on innovation and new technology adoption?, Edward Webber.
Changes to regulations for ultraviolet light systems and automated fogging devices, Peter Thistlethwaite.
Implementing dynamic cleanroom controls to create energy efficient cleanrooms – Joint presentation with Cambridge Pharma representative, Keith Beattie and David Mitchell.
Sterilization Program: Part of the Contamination Control Strategy, Walid El Azab.
Air Filtration Systems, Alan Sweeney.
Cleanroom differential pressure cascade control as part of a contamination control strategy in meeting Annex, Franz Saurwalt.
Thursday 26th May 2022.
Modern hospital pharmacy – designing, building and equipping in accordance to Pharmacopoeia, GMP and ISO 14644 standards, Patrycja Sitek.
Innovative facility options in an era of urgent capacity needs, Martin Birch.
Containment/biosafety cabinet testing, Tim Triggs.
A roadmap to developing an effective bioburden control process in pass thru and BSC decon applications, Jim Polarine.
Sampling procedures and bending effect on Cleanroom Monitoring and classification with particle counters, Hasim Solmaz.
Cleanroom Monitoring, Les Dodd.
How to reduce risk with new surface cleaning systems, Ying Zhang.
Data integrity for environmental monitoring in cleanrooms, Toon Lambrechts.
Key Aspects to fulfilling Data Integrity requirements to Environmental Monitoring, Peter Penn.