Charles River’s Microbial QC Solutions at in-cosmetics North America

Published: 30-Sep-2019

In today's challenging regulatory environment, the pressure to release products faster while eliminating the risk of contamination continues to increase.

Releasing contaminated product poses a greater risk to consumer safety and your brand more than ever before. The old methods of manufacturing QC are no longer acceptable in today’s competitive market.

In order to move away from a manufacturing philosophy that inherently carries a certain level of risk, quality must be preserved from start to finish. Raw materials, in-process samples, and final product testing should be implemented as part of a good manufacturing process, addressing contamination earlier and faster.

Releasing contaminated product poses a greater risk to consumer safety and your brand than ever before. Since cosmetics are FDA-regulated, agencies are beginning to hold manufacturers accountable for the safety and quality of their products, just as they do in the pharmaceutical industry.

Visit Charles River at in-cosmetics North America October 23-24 at stand C40 to learn more about improving your quality control processes with the latest microbial identification technologies and see live demonstrations of microbial detection instruments.

You can also connect with Charles River representatives by attending the following technical seminar, presented by Nathan Robinson, Account Specialist Manager with years of experience in implementing RMMs: Considerations when choosing a rapid microbial method for quality control.

Nathan Robinson has worked in quality control diagnostics and rapid instrumentation industry for over 6 years, interacting directly with leading personal care and cosmetics organizations in the implementation of rapid microbial detection technology.

His background is in biological sciences, with a focus in microbiology. He currently manages Charles River Microbial Solutions' team of Account Specialists for North America.

Don't miss his technical presentation on Thursday, October 24 at 11:30am.

The seminar will cover:

  • Available RMM technology types
  • Understanding the initial costs and requirements
  • How to determine long-term operational benefits
  • Summary of regulations and guidelines.

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