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SMi Groups Highly Potent Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (HPAPI)

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SMi Groups Highly Potent Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (HPAPI)

  1. 1. www.highlypotentapi.com Register online or fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 A: Preventing Cross Contamination & Employee Exposures in the context of HPAPIs 08.30 - 12.30 Workshop Leader: Dean Calhoun, President / CEO, Affygility Solutions B: Risk assessment in HPAPIs (HAZOP) 13.30 - 17.30 Workshop Leader: Yaakov Machlav, Process Safety Manager, Teva Pharmaceuticals PLUS TWO INTERACTIVE HALF-DAY POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS | WEDNESDAY 24TH MAY 2017, COPTHORNE TARA HOTEL, KENSINGTON, LONDON, UK #SMiHPAPI17 CHAIR FOR 2017: • Ildiko Ziegler, Distinguished Validation Expert, Gedeon Richter Hungary FEATURED SPEAKERS: • Andreas Flueckiger, Chief Occupational Health Officer, Roche • Richard Denk, Head Sales Containment, SKAN AG • Shay Carmi, OPEX QC Workstream Leader Teva Tech Site, Teva TAPI • Jason Hamm, Director of Chemical Development Operations, Bristol-Myers Squibb • Gwydion Churchill, Associate Director of Chemistry, Antibiotics Business Unit, AstraZeneca • Jack Brown, Senior Principal Scientist, Boehringer Ingelheim • Alessandro Brigo, Toxicology Project Leader, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Roche HIGHLIGHTS IN 2017: • Listen to Case Studies on steroid hormones and cytotoxic products, as well as cross contamination guidelines • Introduction of the ISPE Containment Manual covering containment issues from the PDE/OEL to Life Cycle • Learn about Health Hazard Assessment Classifications and the toxicological criteria of Potent Compounds • Addressing the challenges of working with HPAPIs and approaches to scale-up • Hear about Teva API’s Operational Excellence and Q.C Lab Transformation • Discuss strategies for CMO selection and solutions to better communication and transfer CONFERENCE: 22 - 23 WORKSHOP: 24 MAY 2017COPTHORNE TARA HOTEL, KENSINGTON, LONDON, UK SMi present its Inaugural Conference on… Highly Potent Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients Finding the balance between safety, quality and cost-effectiveness and addressing containment and cross-contamination issues BOOK BY 28TH FEBRUARY TO SAVE £200 BOOK BY 31ST MARCH TO SAVE £100 SPONSORED BY A TRINITY CONSULTANTS COMPANY
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Highly Potent Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients Day One | Monday 22nd May 2017 www.highlypotentapi.com 08.30 Registration & Coffee 09.00 Chair’s Opening Remarks Ildiko Ziegler, Distinguished Validation Expert, Gedeon Richter CONTAINMENT STRATEGIES AND FACILITY DESIGN OPENING ADDRESS: 09.10 Containment strategies for high potency APIs • Engineering controls utilised in API plants for HPAPI’s • Effectively scaling up potent APIs from clinical to manufacturing scale • Criteria for selecting an external vendor for the manufacture of HPAPI’s • Development of robust process utilizing plant data systems Jason Hamm, Director of Chemical Development Operations, Bristol-Myers Squibb 09.50 ISPE Containment Manual • Containment from the PDE/OEL to Life Cycle • Full overview on Containment • Important to consider to design a Containment Facility Richard Denk, Head Sales Containment, SKAN AG 10.30 Morning Coffee & Networking Break TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND CROSS CONTAMINATION 11.00 CMC Development Projects – Starting It Right Process Feasibility or Process Technology Transfer • Outsourcing of novel complex cytotoxic components is challenging • Misunderstandings and high risk approaches can lead to delays and substantial cost increase • Smart Case studies to avoid obstacles and early pitfalls Eberhard Raemisch, Global Head Projectmanagement Pharmaceutical Ingredients, Heraeus 11.40 Cross contamination risk assessment in multi-product facilities: case studies on steroid hormones and cytotoxic products • Toxicological concerns in “cross contamination” guidelines • Complexity of cross contamination risk and technical measures at production areas • Case study 1: steroid hormonal API production • Case study 2: manufacturing parenteral cytotoxic products Ildiko Ziegler, Distinguished Validation Expert, Gedeon Richter 12.20 Networking Lunch CHALLENGES OF SCALE-UP AND COMPOUND CATEGORISATION 13.30 Assessing Highly Hazardous Drugs within Quality Risk Management Programs • “Categories of concern” (cytotoxics, hormones, steroids) are often referred to, but rarely defined for APIs requiring segregation or dedication in manufacturing • Characteristics of these categories are discussed to identify and prioritize compounds requiring special attention • Controlling airborne concentrations and the contamination of product contact surfaces to values derived from quantitative risk assessments is more appropriate, regardless of specific categorical designations • Industry movement is toward establishing compound-specific health-based limits and performing risk assessments to determine whether segregation and/or dedication may be required Bob Sussman, Managing Principal – Eastern Operations, SafeBridge Consultants 14.10 Scale-up of HPAPIs and their Unique Challenges • Challenges with HPAPIs are very unique, in that there is typically limited data on. • This would include process safety data (calorimetry, toxicological data for intermediates) • Will discuss approaches to both and upside and down sides for each) • There is typically limited process data as well. How do you understand the processes and their characteristics? Jack Brown, Senior Principal Scientist, Boehringer Ingelheim 14.50 Afternoon Tea & Networking Break IMPROVING CMO STRATEGIES 15.20 SHE criteria for the selection of potent compound contract manufacturers • General SHE aspects: no undue risk for the project • Compliance with worker health regulations in an environment where no-one complies • Basic understanding of occupational health risk assessments: hazard and exposure • Documented containment capabilities: having the data and being able to explain them • Project-specific tech transfer: competent and responsive partners wanted Andreas Flueckiger, Chief Occupational Health Officer, Roche 16.00 Outsourcing a SME pharma perspective • Vendor Selection • Knowledge Management • Quality Challenges • Project Management James Evans, Vice President CMC, NuCana BioMed 16.40 Containment Risk Assessment of HP Drug Substance through FMECA • Introduction of a Drug Product • Impact evaluation • Operating Control • Product Decommissioning Fabio Zenobi, EHS Director, BSP Pharmaceuticals 17.20 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One Register online at www.highlypotentapi.com SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and branding packages, uniquely tailored to complement your company’s marketing strategy. Prime networking opportunities exist to entertain, enhance and expand your client base within the context of an independent discussion specific to your industry. Should you wish to join the increasing number of companies benefiting from sponsoring our conferences please call: Alia Malick on +44 (0) 20 7827 6168 or email: amalick@smi-online.co.uk *Subject to Final Confirmation SPONSORED BY FPS Food and Pharma Systems are specialized in fine size reduction equipment and containment systems for many industrial applications. Our micronization technology considers both fluid jet mills and mechanical pin mills to assure the widest fine grinding capabilities. FPS process experts are available to define the more suitable configuration for your fine grinding needs. Containment is a general approach for FPS, allowing us to propose solutions starting from clean rooms up to isolators for sterile or HPAPI manufacturing needs. www.foodpharmasystems.com/en Heraeus’ Business line Pharmaceuticals is the specialist in cytotoxic agents for nearly 30 years. We hold globally a leading position in supply of precious metals based API as well as generic cytotoxic agents Heraeus comprehensive custom services is focused on the synthesis of highly potent compounds (precious metal compounds and small molecules) under high containment conditions and full GMP. In the field of Antibody- Drug-Conjugates our strengths is in payloads. For more details please visit our website www.heraeus-chemicals.com SafeBridge Consultants, Inc. is the premier resource for high level safety, health and environmental support to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. We provide services in occupational and environmental toxicology, risk assessment, product safety, industrial hygiene and analytical chemistry to clients worldwide from offices in California, New York and Liverpool, UK. www.safebridge.comA TRINITY CONSULTANTS COMPANY
  3. 3. Highly Potent Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients www.highlypotentapi.com Day Two | Tuesday 23rd May 2017 Alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0)870 9090 712 or call +44 (0)870 9090 711 SUPPORTED BY Want to know how you can get involved? Interested in promoting your services to this market? Contact Kyra Williams, SMi Marketing on +44 (0)20 7827 6012 or email: kwilliams@smi-online.co.uk 08.30 Registration & Coffee 09.00 Chair’s Opening Remarks Ildiko Ziegler, Distinguished Validation Expert, Gedeon Richter PREDICTIVE MODELS AND GUIDELINE IMPLEMENTATION OPENING ADDRESS: 09.10 Navigating the EU regulatory landscape with the Small Molecule Drug Conjugate (SMDC) Vintafolide • Novel approach to containment of vintafolide during the drug substance isolation process • CMC Regulatory interactions with the European Health Authorities during a centralized Marketing Authorization Application review process • Guided tour of the convoluted landscape traveled to reach a positive CHMP opinion Michael Groaning, Director of Strategic Development, Endocyte 09.50 EMA Guideline on setting health based exposure limits and its application for highly potent APIs in early development • EMA Guideline on setting health based exposure limits and it’s draft Q&A on implementation • Approaches for setting PDEs/TTCs for APIs in early development • Consideration on mode of action and it’s potential for adverse effects (e.g. developmental toxicity) Claudia Sehner, Principal Scientist, Nonclinical Drug Safety, Boehringer Ingelheim 10.30 Morning Coffee & Networking Break OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN PERFORMANCE 11.00 Performance to Plan in the API industry • Operations & Supply Chain as intimate friends • Planning process & S&OP • Performance to plan • Relevant KPI’s in the operation for business perspective Jhon Escobar Alzate, Operations / Supply Chain Manager, Teva API 11.40 Avibactam; a novel β-lactamase inhibitor extending the utility of β-lactam antibiotics in life threatening infections • The urgent need for new antibiotics • The challenges faced with the development and manufacture of new antibiotics • The discovery and mechanism of action of Avibactam • Future directions for the field Gwydion Churchill, Associate Director of Chemistry, Antibiotics Business Unit, AstraZeneca 12.20 Networking Lunch ASSESSMENT AND MANUFACTURING METHODS 13.30 Case Study: Process Equipment integration into HPAPI’s Containment systems – from R&D to Production Scale • Proper Containment strategy selection to meet product and process specification • Project Development critical phases • Fully integrated R&D, Pilot and Production Unit down to nanograms Containment Level • Conclusions and new challenges Stefano Butti, Head of Sales Group, F.P.S. 14.10 Implementation of the ICH M7 Guideline at Roche: Systematic Evaluation of in silico systems and workflow • Short overview of the ICH M7 Guideline in the context of the in silico assessment • In silico prediction systems • Comparative prediction models validation • Process and Workflow Alessandro Brigo, Toxicology Project Leader, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Roche 14.50 Afternoon Tea & Networking Break RISK ASSESSMENT AND SAFETY IN CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING 15.20 How to deal with HPAPI’s chemical manufacturing • Risk assessment with our methodology of safety requirement • How to decrease the risk to handle HPAPI • Our choice for containment equipment and technology Aurore Perzyna, Head, Production Plant, Oril Industrie (Servier) 16.00 HPAPI Manufacturing: A Holistic, Practical Approach • Evaluation of the entire process • Internal vs. CMO manufacturing and oversight • Engineering controls and training Gregory Sowell, Principal Scientific Manager, Small Molecule Process Chemistry, Genentech 16.40 OPEX Q.C Lab Transformation • Introduction to OPEX Program • Overview of OPEX Transformation • The 6 Steps of a successful OPEX • Overview of Q.C lab transformation Shay Carmi, OPEX QC Workstream Leader Teva Tech Site, Teva TAPI 17.20 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two*Subject to Final Confirmation
  4. 4. HALF DAY POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP A Wednesday 24th May 2017 Copthorne Tara Hotel, Kensington, London, UK 8.30 - 12.30 Preventing Cross Contamination & Employee Exposures in the context of HPAPIs Workshop Leader: Dean Calhoun, President / CEO, Affygility Solutions Workshop overview: ThisworkshopwillcoverthelegalbasisforestablishingADEs/ PDEs and for conducting risk assessment for preventing cross-contamination in multi-product pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities. In addition, the instructor will cover 10 misconceptions regarding OELs/ADEs/PDEs. Why you should attend: If your facility handles multiple products, understanding these requirements and how they are implemented is a must. Facilities that have not complied with these requirements have experienced enforcement action and market suspensions. Agenda 08.30 Registration & Coffee 09.00 Opening remarks and introductions 09.10 Session 1 - Regulatory Basis for ADEs/PDEs and Preventing Cross-Contamination Discusses the regulatory requirements in both the U.S. and E.U. 09.50 Session 2 – Determination of ADEs and PDEs Discusses how ADEs and PDEs are determined, and common mistakes 10.30 Morning Coffee 11.00 Session 3 – Basic Elements of a Cross- contamination Risk Assessment Reviews the elements of a risk assessment including risk identification, risk analysis, risk evaluation, and risk reduction. 11.40 Session 4 – Ten misconceptions regarding OELs/ ADEs/PDEs Discusses the ten most common misconceptions regarding OELs/ADEs/PDEs 12.20 Closing Remarks 12.30 Close of workshop About the Workshop Leader: Dean Calhoun is an American Board of Industrial Hygiene Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH). He has been an environmental health and safety professional for over 30 years. Prior to starting Affygility Solutions, Dean was the Associate Director of Environmental Health and Safety for Gilead Sciences, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing pharmaceuticals for infectious, viral, and oncology applications. His experiences including development and implementation of global EHS guidelines, implementation and coordination of an executive management EHS Steering Committee, establishment of occupational exposure limits for pharmaceutical active ingredients, industrial hygiene program management, and EH&S auditing of research, manufacturing and contract manufacturing facilities. Dean has spoken for a number of professional organizations including the U.S. Environment Protection Agency, the Colorado Safety Association, the Bay Area Environmental Safety Group, the National Association for Environmental Management, the National Safety Council, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and the American Industrial Hygiene Association. About Affygility Solutions: Since 2002, Affygility Solutions has provided environmental, health and safety services to the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and medical device industry. Services include the Affytrac EHS management tool, online training seminars, potent compound safety and categorization, occupational exposure limits, toxicology services and more. Affygility Solutions has provided these services to small, mid-size and large companies throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. All of the environmental, health, and safety professionals at Affygility Solutions have many years of professional and hands-on life science industry experience.
  5. 5. HALF DAY POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP B Wednesday 24th May 2017 Copthorne Tara Hotel, Kensington, London, UK 13.30 - 17.30 Risk assessment in HPAPIs (HAZOP) Workshop Leader: Yaakov Machlav, Process Safety Manager, Teva Pharmaceuticals Workshop overview: Safety workshop in Highly Potent Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (HPAPIs). The workshop examines production facilities supporting infrastructure and engineering resources for treatment and containment of HPAPIs. Demo will be done through a typical facility wet production of medicines containing: raw material loading, material processing, filtering, handling, drying and milling the final packaging. Testing will route traffic by the materials and test each station and unit equipment necessary protective measures. Contact person referred to reference all work together. Why you should attend: • The purpose of the workshop to Understanding risk survey process conducted by an expert • In The workshop we will learn how to begin implementing a risk survey of materials Highly Potent Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (HPAPIs) • In the workshop we will learn how to decompose a complex unit to basic units • In The workshop we will learn to analyze and execute risk survey on basic units • In The workshop we will learn to deal with the problems of exposure to HPAPIs • After the workshop, each participant will be able to understand the process of risk survey performed by an expert Agenda 13.30 Registration & Coffee 14.00 Opening remarks and introductions 14.10 Session 1 - Accessories Production facilities supporting infrastructure 14.50 Session 2 – Loading Raw material loading, material processing, filtering 15.30 Afternoon Tea 16.00 Session 3 – Unloading Filtering, drying 16.40 Session 4 – Finishing Dry treatment 17.20 Closing Remarks 17.30 Close of workshop About the Workshop Leader: Yaakov Machlav - Professional Specialization • Expert in carrying out a risk assessment survey and answering scenarios • Leader Risk Survey discussions in HAZOP method expert • Specialist in work and protection against Highly Potent Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (HPAPIs) • Fire prevention expert • Specialist in defining area classification of fire risk • Expert in carrying out investigations and to learn lessons • Expert in operation of evaporation ponds • Expert in barges operation About Teva Pharmaceuticals: Teva is committed to increasing access to high-quality healthcare for people across the globe, at every stage of life. We do this by developing, producing and marketing affordable generic drugs as well as innovative and specialty pharmaceuticals and active pharmaceutical ingredients. The company’s line of generic and specialty treatments is backed by our impressive global development and manufacturing capabilities, ensuring the highest quality and accessibility to medicines while reducing costs. Teva’s participation in a wide range of therapeutic areas and dosage forms is empowered by a unique integration of innovative specialty and generic research.
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ACCOUNTS DEPT Title: Forename: Surname: Email: Address (if different from above): Town/City: Post/Zip Code: Country: Direct Tel: Direct Fax: HIGHLY POTENT ACTIVE PHARMACEUTICAL INGREDIENTS Conference: 22nd - 23rd May 2017, Copthorne Tara Hotel, Kensington, London, UK Workshops: 24th May 2017, London 4 WAYS TO REGISTER FAX your booking form to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 PHONE on +44 (0) 870 9090 711 ONLINE at www.highlypotentapi.com POST your booking form to: Events Team, SMi Group Ltd, Ground & First Floor, 1 Westminster Bridge Road London, SE1 7XW If you have any further queries please call the Events Team on tel +44 (0) 870 9090 711 or you can email them at events@smi-online.co.uk Payment: If payment is not made at the time of booking, then an invoice will be issued and must be paid immediately and prior to the start of the event. If payment has not been received then credit card details will be requested and payment taken before entry to the event. 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