Job title: Associate Director – Engineering
Associate Engineering Director, AstraZeneca Global Engineering and Real Estate, Macclesfield, Cheshire, UK. Originally trained as a Biochemical Engineer at University College London, Peter has worked for ICI/Zeneca/AstraZeneca for 34 years, with more than 25 years working with high hazard chemicals and APIs. Responsibilities include Company Global Subject Matter Expert for containment systems and Project Technical Manager/Engineering Lead for multiple international OSD developments, responsible for ensuring appropriate technology is procured and installed to meet client requirements. Support to multiple emerging market CMOs in areas of technical transfer and worker safety. Developed qualitative risk assessment tools for cross contamination and worker exposure risks in development and operational scale activities. 2005 Astrazeneca Global R&D prize for development of flexible containment technology in API/Chemical development areas.
Member of ISPE, IChemE, BOHS, UK Nuclear Isolator User Forum
Co-chair ISPE Containment CoP Committee 2006-9, current member of committee.
Member of Author teams for
‘SMEPAC’ containment system testing good practise guide (1st and 2nd Edns),
Cross Contamination Baseline guide (RiskMAPP) (1st/2nd Edns)
OSD Baseline Guide 3rd Edition author team.
Peter is married with three children and a dog. He is interested in all periods of military history and still plays cricket (badly).
The Application of Single Use Containment Approach to an ADC Development Facility 10:00 am
Design considerations in the safe handling of ADCs in an R&D environment Case study of facility design approach Details of high hazard payload handling containment systemRead more
day: Day Two
Panel Discussion: Single Use Technology vs Rigid Systems 5:10 pm
What delivers the biggest value and are single use systems as reliable Feedback from end users to containment manufacturerRead more
day: Day One