Explanation of the new laws and requirements will be presented, so shippers can package, classify and ship clinical specimens correctly and in compliance.
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 18, 2015
QuickSTAT will be hosting its annual Life Science Transportation Seminars in October in the US, to train shippers of biological substances and infectious materials to be compliant with the new 2015 IATA regulations. Explanation of the new laws and requirements will be presented, so shippers can package, classify and ship clinical specimens correctly and in compliance.
QuickSTAT will also present a new segment, “What Industry Trends Are Effecting Your Supply Chain?” With less stable drugs, such as cell-based therapies, personalized medicine and temperature-sensitive biologic drugs, it is now more important than ever that products are consistently stored, transported and handled under suitable conditions to help protect product integrity and patient safety. QuickSTAT logistics specialists will provide important steps shippers can take to ensure product integrity and patient safety.
QuickSTAT’s Life Science Transportation Seminars will be helpful to anyone involved in the life science shipping process--whether they are shipping clinical specimens for clinical trials or blood, organs and tissue for transplant or research. They will learn:
- The new laws and how they effect Pharma and Biologics companies
- New classification criteria for "Hidden Dangerous Goods" and Environmentally Hazardous Substances
- Proper handling, labeling, packaging and best shipping practices
- How to avoid costly incidents, delays and legal penalties
- GDP compliant logistics practices to strengthen their global supply chain
- Solutions for complex shipment requirements
The seminar will be held in Cambridge, MA--October 21, 2105
For more information about the seminars, or for registration, go to: http://quickstat.quick.aero/seminars