Sanitary Design: Are We Straying from Best Practices?
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM |
The industry as a whole has become very comfortable with the design and installation of sanitary systems. However many designers use a mechanical approach that fails to properly consider microbial unpredictability and the related concerns.
This presentation will review many of the key tenets of sanitary design and the practices that evolved over the decades as well as how rules are currently being applied, adjusted and interpreted in the present day cost-constrained environment and how these trends may impact future performance.
Speaker: Joe Manfredi | President, GMP Systems, Inc.
Mr. Manfredi has spent more than 35 years specializing in Processing Systems and Process Integration for the Pharmaceutical, Healthcare, and Biotech Industries, including: Design, Integration, Installation, Fabrication, Troubleshooting and Training.
He has been active in numerous industry organization and has extensive list of published work including, leading industry magazines, textbooks, and multiple ISPE guides. He has delivered countless lectures and seminars; instructed and certified hundreds of orbital welding technicians and operators; and was the driving force behind the establishment of a Master’s Program in Pharmaceutical Engineering at NJIT.
He has been the recipient of many awards throughout his career and continues to serve the industry as one of the leading experts in Sanitary Design and High Purity Water Systems.