Cherwell Laboratories Supports NHS Quality Assurance Training
By Gill Power
NHS Pharmaceutical QA Symposium for Technical Services, 25th & 26th September
Bicester, UK, September 2012: Cherwell Laboratories, experts in products for environmental monitoring and the validation of sterilisation processes, will be exhibiting their complete range of specialist products at the NHS Pharmaceutical QA Symposium for Technical Services on 25th & 26th September.
The event, to be held at The Ashford International Hotel, Kent brings together key pharmaceutical staff from across the UK to provide education and updates on current issues. Cherwell’s attendance at the event, organised by the NHS Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance Committee, confirms their commitment to supporting NHS training and improving quality within the pharmaceutical industry. With over 40 years’ experience, Cherwell will be available throughout the event to offer practical advice and solutions tailored to individual customers' specific requirements.
Cherwell Laboratories supplies an integrated range of environmental monitoring and process validation products, specifically designed to meet the needs of the pharmaceutical and related industries. This includes Redipor® prepared media, Cherwell’s own comprehensive range of prepared agar plates, bottled media, broth bags, vials and ampoules plus a selection of microbial air samplers for environmental monitoring. Cherwell also supplies biological indicators for the validation of sterilisation processes and a range of temperature, relative humidity and pressure data loggers suitable for a variety of applications.
Andrew Barrow, Sales Manager at Cherwell Laboratories, commented: “NHS Pharmacy manufacturing has always been an important area for our business. We have supported this event over the years because it helps keep us informed of changes within the NHS, enabling us to further develop our products and services to overcome any new challenges."
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