Therapeutic Goods Labelling – Data Coding and Serialisation

Therapeutic Goods Label Coding

Therapeutic Goods Labelling – Data Coding and Serialisation for TGO106

The process to develop the Standard and main aspects covered will described by Tony Manderson, the basis and development of codes by Catherine Goetz and, from a manufacturer’s viewpoint, the implementation and operation of coding systems for product exported to serialised markets by Michael Hadjion and Richard Driscoll.  Peter Barclay will explain the use and benefits of unitage coding for dispensing.

 

Program

 

1.20 pm – 1.30 pm        Chair Welcome

 

1.30 pm – 1.50 pm        Cracking the code: Developing requirements for data matrix codes on medicines

Dr Tony Manderson, Director, Scientific Operations Management Section, TGA

 

1.50 pm – 2.20 pm        The standards behind the standard

Catherine Koetz Industry Manager – Healthcare GS1 Australia Ltd

 

2.20 pm – 2.50 pm        Implementation and operation of a serialisation system as a Contract Manufacturing Organisation (CMO)
Michael Hadjion, Engineering Manager. Aspen Pharma Australia

2.50 pm – 3.15 pm        Break

3.15 pm – 3.45 pm        Aggregation and Data Accuracy within Serialised systems

                                    Richard Driscoll, Traceability lead, AstraZeneca

3.45 pm – 4.15 pm        Clinical Use of Coded Labelling
Peter Barclay, Head of Department, Pharmacy, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Westmead

4.15 pm – 4.45 pm        Questions and discussion

  

RSVP by November 10, please contact [email protected] or call 0449766175 if there are any registration issues.

 

When
11/11/2021 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
AUS Eastern Daylight Time

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