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Roger Cowan

Pharmaceutical Consultant, R Cowan Consulting Services LLC

Roger Cowan is the founder and owner of R Cowan Consulting Services LLC, a consulting company specializing primarily in the area of pharmaceutical contract manufacturing. He has 37 years experience in pharmaceutical quality assurance and manufacturing. In his career, Roger has held various manager / director positions in Quality Assurance, QC Laboratory, Technical Services Validation, Manufacturing, and Clinical Supply manufacturing and distribution. Roger has taught courses in microbiology at Seneca College (Pharmaceutical Technology Program) in Toronto, Canada.

Roger's areas of expertise include: aseptic pharmaceutical manufacture, GMP facility audits, technical transfer, microbiology, environmental monitoring/contamination control, product sterilization, process development, process validation, clinical supply manufacturing, labeling and distribution, US / International regulatory requirements, regulatory submissions, and quality assurance/control.



  •  Tuesday, October 23, 2018
  • 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT,
  • 60 Minutes
  • ¤150.00
HVAC and GMP Environmental Control - for Pharmaceutical Cleanrooms

Environmental control of pharmaceutical cleanrooms is essential to the manufacture of a quality product. Control of such conditions as airborne particulate, microorganisms, temperature, humidity, differential pressure, airflow, air velocity and personnel is crucial to protect the product from contamination. Therefore, the design, validation and ongoing monitoring of a cleanroom HVAC system are necessary to assure the quality and safety of the pharmaceutical product.





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HVAC and GMP Environmental Control - for Pharmaceutical Cleanrooms

Environmental control of pharmaceutical cleanrooms is essential to the manufacture of a quality product. Control of such conditions as airborne particulate, microorganisms, temperature, humidity, differential pressure, airflow, air velocity and personnel is crucial to protect the product from contamination. Therefore, the design, validation and ongoing monitoring of a cleanroom HVAC system are necessary to assure the quality and safety of the pharmaceutical product.