|Sprekers High Purity Day 2012|
De volgende sprekers zijn aanwezig tijdens de 2012 editie HPD:
Keith Shuttleworth was registered as an Authorised Person (Sterilizers) in October 1994 and is currently a member of the British Standards Institute Committees CH/198 (Sterilization of Medical Devices) and LB/035 Sterilizers, autoclaves and disinfectors, is past Chair of the P & HSS Sterilization Special Interest Group and was a member of the PDA Taskforce responsible for TR1 - Validation of Moist Heat Sterilization Processes: Cycle Design, Development, Qualification and Ongoing Control.
He has provided a wide range of presentations for ISPE, PDA, P& HSS and various commercial training providers, in addition to providing numerous in house training sessions throughout the world (including the UK’s MRHA Inspectors).
Richard Neale has dedicated 29 years to the rupture disc industry all with Continental Disc Corporation. Through these 29 years Richard has gained valuable experience in application of rupture discs in many industries with an emphasis on the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. A working knowledge of applications, codes and standards related to safety relief and troubleshooting difficult applications are examples of areas of significant experience.
ir Cees van der Hek is a chemical engineering graduate with a broad international experience in consulting and project execution in the areas of the chemical, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industry. His responsibilities ranged from conceptual design up to detailed engineering as well as procurement, subcontracting, construction management, commissioning and qualification.
Deerns is the largest independent engineering firm in the Netherlands in the field of installation technology, energy and building physics. With offices in the Netherlands, Germany, Dubai, Spain, France, United Kingdom and the United States, Deerns is a leading international player. Cleanrooms or research laboratories; Deerns is at its best when engineering integrated solutions for complex technical environments.
Tom Winter started his career with Swagelok Company and started in 1983 Cardinal Systems. They were one of the first to produce high purity tubing and fittings for the Pharmaceutical and Semiconductor Industries. He sold the company to Alfa Laval/Tri-clover in 1990 and worked for Alfa Laval by running the company until he sold it again in 1999. Tom worked with the new owners until the beginning of 2002. when he started Winter Technologies LLC.