Session 1 - PSCI Updates and Management Systems, Sept 17
Registration closes on Sept 15
Topics are likely to include:
PSCI capability building vision and plan | PSCI audit findings analysis | Pandemic preparedness and crisis management | Final Draft Chemical (Management and Safety) Rules | PSCI Management System Maturity Model
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Welcome from PSCI Chair and the local team (20 minutes)
Welcome and introductory talk: 13:30-13:50
PSCI capability building vision and plans (20 minutes)
Supplier Capability Building is a very important part of the PSCI vision: passing on knowledge, skills and tools to you, the supply chain. We anyway were assessing our capability strategy, but COVID has forced us to evolve even quicker from our historical model with webinars and face to face events to go more online. We want to share our Big Vision, introduce the four learning levels and the Maturity Model, a multi-year plan.
13:55 – 14:15
PSCI Supplier Capability Committee co-lead
Online learning (20 minutes)
Audit finding analysis – what are PCI audits saying? (15 minutes)
Highlight pandemic preparedness and crisis management (30 minutes)
India Chemical Management & Safety Rules (ICMSR) (35 minutes)
The presentation includes various chapters & schedules under draft ICMSR and the governing authorities including the obligations for Indian manufacturers and importers for smooth business operation and implications on the overseas manufacturer placing a chemical substance in the Indian Territory, how they can meet their obligations. It will also touch upon the notification, registration, and annual reporting activities and its impact on the members of the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Initiative (PSCI).
Safety Culture - J&J Perspective (20 minutes)
As they say “When you force someone to do something, what you get is Compliance, Commitment isn’t guaranteed.” Demonstrating safety commitment by way of constantly helping teams to upgrade their knowledge and skill immensely helps to develop a Culture of Commitment. This presentation introduces J&J’s way of having Lifesaving Rules and Daily Toolbox Talks that is helping them moving in that direction.
PSCI Management System Maturity Model (20 minutes)
Introduction to good management systems that meet requirements of PSCI assessment, and the gaps we are seeing, plus actual examples of minimum, medium and best practices.
Closing Comments | End of Conference Day 1 (5 minutes)
- Management Systems
- Chemical Registrations
- Behaviour/Safety Culture