August 30th, 2012

Your Products and the Environment: Responsibilities & Stewardship

Sept. 12, 2012

5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Beckman Coulter, Inc.
250 S. Kraemer Blvd.
Training Center, Building #A
(entrance is off of Kraemer Blvd.)
Brea, CA 92822

Session Speakers:
Eri Hirumi, Group Manager of Corporate Regulatory Affairs, Beckman Coulter
Neal Langerman, PhD, Founder, Advanced Chemical Safety, Inc.
Vinay Goyal, Staff Product Environmental Specialist, Beckman Coulter

Your Products and the Environment: Responsibilities and Stewardship
Regulations are expanding the controls needed for the complete lifecycle of a product from the point of feasibility and raw materials to the disposal of the product and its wastes. This session covers challenges that regulatory affairs professionals face in today’s global environment. Regulations on raw materials, component parts, waste management, and chemical hazards all complicate medical device product lifecycles.

As regulatory affairs professionals and environmental impact analysts navigate the complexities of product lifecycles and regulations, it is essential to address the environmental impact of waste generated during manufacturing and disposal. One effective approach is to incorporate responsible waste management practices by employing dumpsters. By partnering with reputable dumpster rental services, companies can ensure that waste materials generated during the manufacturing process are collected and disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner. Dumpsters provide a centralized and efficient solution for segregating recyclable materials and minimizing the overall environmental footprint of the product lifecycle. To explore the benefits of dumpster rental services and learn more about incorporating responsible waste management into product lifecycles, professionals can visit website that provide valuable information and resources on sustainable practices.

The targeted audience for this session is new and mid-level regulatory affairs specialists and environmental impact analysts who are responsible for a wide variety of products and need to understand the regulations that govern them. The impact of regulations on medical devices with electronic and chemical components will be the focus of this session. Effective cost and process management that links different regulations and products will be explored.

$50 OCRA Members
$100 Non Members (includes 2012 OCRA Membership)
$25 Students/Government
Free to Beckman Employees (email Rob Fleming to be added to the list:

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