How to secure sustainable solutions without compromising effective processes?

Pharmaceutical and biotechnology production lines are dependent of clean and, often, sterile equipment to avoid impurities and contamination with allergenic substances. With new knowledge about hygienic design, it is possible to implement sustainable solutions that not only secure clean and sterile equipment but also reduce the risks of down-time, find savings and save resources, such as water and time.

In this webinar, you will get a brief introduction to how hygienic design can optimise the production processes in the pharma and biotech industries in both the design phase and during operations.

Who should participate?

The webinar is tailored to decision makers within Operations, Quality control, Maintenance, Site management, R&D or similar in pharma and biotech companies.

Meet your hosts

Annette Baltzer Larsen is a dairy engineer and has worked with hygienic design, optimised cleaning, cleaning validation, biofilm and product quality for the last 22 years, 12 of them at FORCE Technology.

Alan Friis is specialist in hygienic design and authorized trainer and evaluation officer for European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group EHEDG. Alan will introduce you to integration of hygienic design into the development process and the long-term benefits of hygienic design such as improved sustainability.


Centre for Hygienic Design

Hygienic design and product safety for the food, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical industries.