Information on PSCI and resource materials on pharmaceutical supply chain sustainability
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This is the slide deck for the PSCI sponsored webinar on how to manage APIs in manufacturing effluent (Part 3) which took place on 25th October 2016. The webinar looked at advanced technologies to reduce API loss with guest speakers from the Temple University WET Centre and AECOM.
This is the slide deck from the PSCI sponsored webinar on how to manage APIs in manufacturing effluent (Part 4) which took place on 10th July 2018.
The webinar gave a brief refresher on Pharmaceuticals in the Environment (PiE), Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR) and Predicted No-Effect Concentration (PNEC) first principles, and introduced a PSCI resource page where PNECs can be found. It also included step-by-step guidance on how to locate PNECs and use them.
Please find the slide deck for the recent webinar on the PSCI SAQ & Audit Report Template Update.
These are the slides for the webinar on ways to assess and manage “Water Stress” inside your company and in your supply chain.
Webinar slide deck : Introduction to UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights - 16th October 2018
This is the slide deck from the PSCI webinar on the UN Guiding Principles which took place on 16th October 2018.
Once the hazards in the workplace have been identified and categorized by type, location and degree, appropriate preventive and protective steps should be taken to deal with the hazards. Although Worker Protection is commonly equated to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), PPE should actually be the last line of defence in the effort to protect workers.
This document has been developed as a program guideline for companies who are
required to have a written Hearing Conservation Program.
This respiratory protection program has been established to provide uniform and consistent procedures for those needing to wear respirators, either in the regular course of their duties or in emergencies. The program includes requirements for medical evaluation, training, and fit-testing of wearers; control of respirator selection, inspection, and maintenance; and recordkeeping. Standard operating procedures are included within, or attached to, this program.