The 2009 International Conference on Biocontainment Facilities is the annual industry meeting for private sector, academic, and government leaders who are concerned with the construction, operations, safety, and cost-control of biocontainment operations to benchmark their plans and programs, and build on the latest successes and innovations. Accelerated research and vaccine development to address new varieties of highly infectious pathogens will require more containment facility capacity. There will also be more vigorous regulatory oversight for safe and secure biocontainment protocols and operations.
This 8th Annual International Conference on Biocontainment Facilities will provide a great opportunity to learn how organizations are achieving the new objectives and standards for capacity, safety, security, and cost-control with: Successful commissioning, validation, and startup strategies, Proactive plans for increased regulatory oversight for safety & security, Economical operations with animals – Level 3 and 4, ABSL & BSL-Ag, Reduced energy use, More informed decisions on design, construction, and space-upgrades, New solutions for HVAC, controls, and mechanical systems, Successful training and retention programs for support staff, and New models for facility operations and maintenance.
The targeted visitors at The 2009 International Conference on Biocontainment Facilities are: Capital Project Teams, Engineering Managers, Operations Managers, Facility Managers, Research Program Administrators, Pathologists, Virologists, and Microbiologists, cGMP Facility Managers, Biological Safety Officers, EH&S Officers, Vivarium Managers, and Institutional Financial Officers.