We are reintroducing the Chapter’s Educational Webinar
Initiative! Designed with the working professional in mind, this program can be
accessed from the office or while on the road. The energizing presentation will discuss QRM principles as applied to integrated C&Q, changing industry and regulatory drivers
between the first and second edition of the Baseline Guide, and some of the changes, application, and benefits
of the approach defined in the second edition. Sign up today!
Deadline to pre-register is Wednesday, March 4 at noon.
PROGRAM SCHEDULE: 12:00 – 1:00 PM EST: Educational Program *We suggest logging on at least five minutes prior to the program*
REGISTRATION FEES: Member $10.00 Non-Member $5.00 Young Professional Member: $25.00 Student Member: FREE
LOG ON INFORMATION:
One week prior to the webinar a confirmation e-mail will be sent with the unique registration link to the webinar meeting room. Use the link to register on the GoToWebinar platform. Once your registration is approved, an additional confirmation e-mail with detailed information to use the day of the webinar will be sent to you.
The webinar can be accessed through phone, online, or through the webinar app. For more information, visit GoToWebinar’s FAQ page.
PROGRAM SUMMARY: ISPE recently published the second edition of Baseline Guide Volume 5, Commissioning and Qualification (C&Q). This edition represents current industry practice and regulatory expectation regarding the implementation of Quality Risk Management (QRM) principles into an integrated approach to C&Q. This webinar will discuss QRM principles as applied to integrated C&Q, changing industry and regulatory drivers between the first and second edition of the Baseline Guide, and some of the changes, application, and benefits of the approach defined in the second edition.
SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY Chip Bennett, PMP, Assistant Director, Global C&Q, CAI A Project Manager and Senior Validation Engineer, Chip is a PMI® Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with 19 years of experience in the pharmaceutical and regulated non-pharmaceutical industries and with expertise in risk-based verification, aseptic manufacturing, cleaning validation, quality systems, and owner project management. Chip is responsible for developing and implementing Quality Risk Management (QRM) based Commissioning and Qualification programs and projects, with a focus on assessing and training clients regarding development, implementation, and transition to risk-based approaches.
MEETING MANAGERS: Janelle Carretero, NECI Charlie Maher, CAI