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Jason Collins

Integrated Project Services

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Jason S. Collins has over fourteen years of providing architectural planning and design services for biopharmaceutical manufacturing facilities around the world. As a Senior Process Architect, Jason applies his talent to multiple, technically complex projects which include programming, conceptual design, basis of design development, detail design and construction administration. Throughout his career, he has focused on process and project architecture, 3D modeling and visualization detail design with operational experience and in leading international technical teams both domestically and abroad.

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Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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Single-use Technology and its Impact on Aseptic Fill/Finish Facilities
Room: 1E14 ~ 10:00 am - 11:00 am (Tuesday, March 29, 2011)
The implementation of Restricted Area Barrier Systems (RABS) and Isolation technologies reduce the overall risk of contamination of product and provide enhanced segregation for operators. As products are being manufactured in small batches and small fill volumes of high value, companies are more concerned than ever with minimizing waste and maximizing yield. As aseptic manufacturers increasingly focus on high-value products, they continue to seek advanced technologies to meet their pipeline needs and strategic business objectives. With the FDA strongly encouraging the industry to adopt these technologies into manufacturing operations, two trends have emerged - automating the aseptic fill/finish process and, second, achieving added flexibility with equipment and batch sizes and the ability to handle varying containers on one machine.
This presentation will focus on Single-use (SU) Systems and their application in advanced aseptic processing fill/finish facilities for sterile drug and biological product manufacturing. Drawing upon project experience and technical knowledge, the speakers will address how disposables and highly flexible equipment is being used throughout the aseptic filling line. They will examine issues relative to the application of single-use equipment for fluid paths, pumps and filling needs. How SU systems eliminate the need for cleaning validation batches and generate faster turnaround/changeover times. There will be an in-depth look at the initial early-stage planning and overall design strategies necessary for success. Early stages include: Concept, Basic Design and Detailed Design. Critical planning discussions will focus on areas such as user requirements, process requirements and impact, improved efficiencies and capacity and space requirements. Finally, the presentation will tie-in the technical planning, risk management and assessment and regulatory issues to successful implement Single-use Systems into Aseptic Fill/Finish Operations.
Upon completion, the attendee will be able to:
• Analyze areas for potential cost savings in new facilities through use of Single-use Disposable Systems.
• Analyze areas for operating efficiency improvements through use of Single-use Disposable Systems.
• Understand potential for improvements in facility regulatory compliance profile, via decreased risk of cross contamination and increased sterility assurance levels.
• Understand potential improvements in operator safety through elimination of equipment cleaning unit operations.
Jason Collins, Integrated Project Services
Rob Roy, Integrated Project Services
Reed Exhibitions
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Biologics
  • Generics
  • Contract Services
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