Webinar.22 Jul 2022, 10:30 - 12:30 CET

Sustainable Antibiotic Manufacturing Practices in India

The objective of the webinar is to promote awareness among academics and professionals at leading pharmaceutical companies about antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in the environment, changes in global procurement standards and global best practices to promote sustainable antibiotic manufacturing in India.

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The Responsible Antibiotic Manufacturing Platform (RAMP) is partnering with the National Institutes of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) and the Council of EHS Professionals (CEP) to co-host a joint webinar on AMR and Sustainable Antibiotic Manufacturing Practices in India.

In line with the UN sustainable development goals and corporate environmental, social and governance practices, global procurers – both governments and multinational pharmaceutical companies are incorporating green procurement standards in their selection criteria for the procurement of antibiotics. A number of large export markets including the UK and EU are beginning to shift their pharmaceutical imports towards sustainably manufactured antibiotics. This workshop brings together global and national experts to showcase these changes in the global procurement landscape. It also presents voluntary approaches being followed by Indian antibiotic manufacturers to verify their sustainable antibiotic manufacturing practices to meet global procurement standards.

RAMP brings together manufacturers and buyers of antibiotics to develop standards, means of verification and incentive systems to reduce AMR in the environment. RAMP works at the factory, CETP and policy levels in India and globally and is a supported by the Swiss government, AMR Industry Alliance, member companies, NIPER and CEP.

Pharmaceuticals and water
22 Jul 2022, 10:30 - 12:30 CET

Have questions about the workshop?

The Responsible Antibiotics Manufacturing Platform, RAMP, seeks to set a new standard for the industry. Through the platform, procurers, regulators, and companies co-create the business case for responsible production of antibiotics. If your questions concern the workshop or you are interested to join RAMP, contact us.

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Siddhartha Prakash RAMP
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Siddhartha Prakash
RAMP Manufacturing Coordinator
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