8:00 am Registration & Welcome Coffee

9:00 am Chair’s Opening Remarks

9:15 am Panel Discussion on Change Management when Implementing LAFM

  • James Mauro Director – Global Lab Asset Management Program, Merck
  • Linwood Bryant Senior Manager, Asset Management, Regeneron
  • Kelly Edge Krupa Lab Asset Service Manager, Integrated Laboratory Strategy & Operations , Bristol-Myers Squibb

Synopsis

  • Implementing a LAFM program; what are the biggest barriers – infrastructure, cost, or mindset change?
  • Building a business case that appeals to stakeholders, what are they looking for?
  • Getting end users’ buy in: how to make it easy for scientists to help not hinder your LAFM plans?

10:00 am A New Solution for End-to-End Asset Management

Synopsis

  • Software deployment for inventory and asset life’s tracking
  • Servicing your asset and surplus equipment from OEMs and suppliers
  • Monetization before it’s too late

10:30 am Speed Networking & Morning Refreshments

TRACK 1

Advancing Asset Management

TRACK 2

Progressing Facility Management

11:15 am Asset Utilization Beyond Surplus Equipment Identification

Copy of LEAP HR Oil & Gas Workshop Widgets
  • Initial savings of asset utilization from removal of surplus equipment
  • Looking beyond removal of surplus equipment, how to continue gaining ROI
  • Using tracking of previous users, solvents, and processes to pinpoint reasons for equipment failures
  • Redefining equipment best practices to reduce maintenance requirements and lean on peer-to-peer training

 

Linwood Bryant, Senior Manager, Asset Management, Regeneron

 

11:45 am Panel Discussion: Surplus Asset Management and
Disposition in Pharma

 

Nick Dove, President, Heritage Global Partners
Steven Planchon, Asset Lifecycle Manager, Pfizer
Senior Representative,Genentech

 


Biotech Solutions in Asset
Management
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12:15 pm Inventory Management: How Good Data is the Basis of Any Successful Program

  • Ensuring your database is kept up to date
  • How many resources/time to allocate building and maintaining master data?
  • Cost detriment from “moved” equipment and working with end-users to maintain a current inventory

 

Gregg York, Facilities Operations, Translate Bio

 

12:45 pm Tracking Your Assets

  • Ensuring your database is kept up to date
  • How many resources/time to allocate building and maintaining master data?
  • Cost detriment from “moved” equipment and working with end-users to maintain a current inventory

 

Diana Hage, CEO, RFID Global

 

11:15 am Integrated Facility Management Hybrid Model

LAFM Widgets
  • Retaining internal staff whilst onboarding IFM expertise
  • What services to outsource and what works internally, contract management, staffscheduling etc.
  • Case study one benefits brought to the business and TCO of this approach

 

Jedd Skibo, Director Global Category Procurement, Charles River Labs


Facility Management and Design in
Biotech
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11:45 am Don’t Go in Blind When Selecting New Lab Space; Key Design Considerations to Ease Installation Bottle Necks

  • Importance of having a clear design, size and capacity in mind prior to site selection
  • Planning for company growth in a sustainable fashion when selecting space
  • Finding the right vendors to work with when looking for real estate
  • When is best to rent or build from shell for your company

 

Annie Kang, Associate Director of Research Operations, Cue BioPharma

12:15 pm Making The First Move; From Incubator to Your Own Lab

  • Prioritising task to get up and running an soon as possible, minimizing company downtime
  • Sourcing vendors for the first time in the move out of rented space
  • Optimizing your new space, removing surplus equipment and planning maintenance

 

Kevin Walsh, Senior Lab Manager, Guardian Therapeutics

12:45 pm Session Reserved for PHC Corporation

1:00 pm Networking Lunch

11:15 am Asset Utilization Beyond Surplus Equipment Identification

  • Initial savings of asset utilization from removal of surplus equipment
  • Looking beyond removal of surplus equipment, how to continue gaining ROI
  • Using tracking of previous users, solvents, and processes to pinpoint reasons for equipment failures
  • Redefining equipment best practices to reduce maintenance requirements and lean on peer-to-peer training

 

Linwood Bryant, Senior Manager, Asset Management, Regeneron

 

11:45 am Panel Discussion: Surplus Asset Management and
Disposition in Pharma

 

Nick Dove, President, Heritage Global Partners
Steven Planchon, Asset Lifecycle Manager, Pfizer
Senior Representative,Genentech

 

12:15 pm Inventory Management: How Good Data is the Basis of Any Successful Program

  • Ensuring your database is kept up to date
  • How many resources/time to allocate building and maintaining master data?
  • Cost detriment from “moved” equipment and working with end-users to maintain a current inventory

 

Gregg York, Facilities Operations, Translate Bio

 

2:00 pm Lab Planning from an EHS perspective

  • Retaining internal staff whilst onboarding IFM expertise
  • What services to outsource and what works internally, contract management, staffscheduling etc.
  • Case study one benefits brought to the business and TCO of this approach

 

Jedd Skibo, Director Global Category Procurement, Charles River Labs

11:45 am Don’t Go in Blind When Selecting New Lab Space; Key Design Considerations to Ease Installation Bottle Necks

  • Importance of having a clear design, size and capacity in mind prior to site selection
  • Planning for company growth in a sustainable fashion when selecting space
  • Finding the right vendors to work with when looking for real estate
  • When is best to rent or build from shell for your company

 

Annie Kang, Associate Director of Research Operations, Cue BioPharma

3:15 pm Afternoon Networking Tea

3:50 pm What are Integrated Lab Solutions?

Ensuring Compliance in Quality Controlled Labs

4:20 pm Equipment Periodic Review: A Business Case Applied in a QC Lab

  • Adolfo Scherch Utilities and Technical Services Coordinator, Novartis

Synopsis

  • Improve performance of site equipment periodic review
  • Seek opportunities to reduce costs and comply with quality policies
  • Spread and level the workload for qualification activities
  • Use CMMS to control periodic review activities

4:50 pm Harnessing the Power of Asset Utilization Data

Synopsis

  • Scaling asset utilization monitoring to non-PC devices
  • Lessons learned
  • Same data, multiple insights (utilization, health, energy management)
  • Customer case study (presented by customer)

5:20 pm GxP Equipment Validation

Synopsis

  • Ensuring compliance for diagnostics and clinical labs
  • Verify the confidence, integrity and traceability of data which are generated
  • Establishing documented evidence that provides a high degree of assurance that a specific process will consistently produce a product that meets predetermined specifications and quality

5:50 pm Closing Remarks

6:00 pm Drinks Reception