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Presentation Theater – Tuesday Afternoon

Home Suppliers’ Day Attend Program Schedule Presentation Theater – Tuesday Afternoon

Presentation Theater – Tuesday Afternoon

by james.runkle@drummondst.com
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NYSCC Suppliers’ Day Presentation Theater

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Presentation Theater – right on the show floor!

Moderated by the NYSCC Scientific Advisory Board Members

Theater Summary

Right adjacent to the sold-out exhibit floor featuring more then 450 suppliers with specialty areas showcasing the art & science of innovation, will be the Presentation Theater. This hub for industry education houses Suppliers’ Day’s complimentary programs including Discover Sustainability and The World of Chemistry. Presentations from our industry partners including C&T, ICMAD, and PCPC will also be showcased in the afternoons along with select interactive exhibitor talks from AIC, Austrade, Coptis, Evonik, Innospec, SGS, Silab and more. Read on for the full schedule of information.

1:45pm – 2:15pm

PCPC (Personal Care Products Council) presents:

“The Facts & Science Behind Personal Care Product Ingredients”

Dr. Jay Ansell – Vice President of Cosmetic Programs – PCPC

There is a flood of information, from multiple sources, available about personal care products and their ingredients, much of it of questionable reliability. Some advance minority opinions as the consensus position of the entire scientific community while other sources present famous persona opinions as equivalent to internationally recognize experts while expecting the consumer to sort through it all. Unfortunately the muddle of facts and fiction around personal care products is not without consequence. It undermines consumer confidence in the safest product category regulated by FDA and damages public confidence in the effectiveness of Government regulations and regulators to protect the public. This presentation will examine several examples of attention grabbing headlines and look at the underlying facts to see if they support the claims. Some more useful resources will also be presented.

2:15pm – 2:45pm

Silab presents:

2:45pm – 3:15pm

Coptis presents:

“A Proactive Approach to Speed Up Product Development “

Marie Thadal – Business Development Executive, Americas – Coptis

Integrate all of your R&D data in one centralized system and save 30% laboratory staff time. The right tools improve search capabilities, detect regulatory and market nonconformance and instantaneously generate reports (ingredients list, EU dossier/PIF etc.…). Attend this Coptis session and learn how your company can benefit from Coptis’ innovative solutions designed specifically for cosmetic R&D.

 

3:15pm – 3:45pm

Innospec presents:

3:45pm – 4:15pm

SGS presents:

“Risk & Compliance – A Simplified Approach”

Andrew Cole – Pharma Cosmetics Technical Manager – SGS North America Inc.

Your organization maintains high standards. Your workforce, customers and stakeholders trust and respect you. Your reputation is fundamental to your commercial success. But have you considered that your organization’s current processes and supply chain could directly affect your reputation and brand? The threat may not be immediately apparent, but it is real. The increase in outsourcing and emphasis on risk has become a central part of many organizations’ strategies. Though not always financial, these risks – associated with quality, social, ethical, environment, health and safety and product safety factors – can rapidly affect margin gains and brand and reputation. Proactively mitigating these risk factors is critical and feasible through a consistent and disciplined approach of identification, assessing and planning. A simplified three-step solution that enables organizations to identify risk both internally and externally, assessing the risks against the severity and likelihood of occurrence, and finally planning and scheduling risk actions. Demystifying the Hazard Identification Risk Management. (HIRM).

4:15pm – 4:45pm

Givaudan presents:

Mathias Fleury – Global Marketing Support Manager – Givaudan Active Beauty

Presenter Details

Dr. Jay Ansell – Vice President of Cosmetic Programs – PCPC

Dr. Ansell joined the Personal Care Products Council (formerly CTFA) in May 2006 and is Vice President – Cosmetic Programs where he is responsible for providing technical support for the Council staff and various committees and task forces addressing the science and regulation of personal care products.
Dr. Ansell came to the Council from Yves Rocher, a France-based personal care products company, where he served as Director of North American Product Safety and Regulatory Affairs. He previously has been Vice President of Product Safety and Regulatory Affairs at two international specialty chemical companies.

Dr. Ansell has been an invited speaker on topics including safety and risk assessment; he was founder and president of the Council for Advance Agricultural Formulations, chaired both the Alkylphenol Ethoxylates and NMP Producers groups, leads the Council’s nanotechnology activities, currently serves as Chairman of the US Technical Advisory Group to ISO TC 217 – Cosmetics, and is past President of the International Society of Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology.

Trained as a chemist, Dr. Ansell received his BA from Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and an MS from Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. He completed his graduate studies at the State University of New York – Binghamton where he was granted a PhD for his work on novel synthetic routes to bioactive materials and was first certified as a Diplomat of the American Board of Toxicology in 1986.

Marie Thadal – Business Development Executive, Americas – Coptis

Marie Thadal is the Business Development Manager for Americas at Coptis. She has 15 years of combined experience in R&D, Sales & Marketing of Finished goods, Raw materials and data management software solutions. For nearly seven years, she has been instrumental in optimizing laboratories across global markets. She holds a B.A degree in Biochemistry, a Master’s degree in Cosmetic Science and a MBA.

Andrew Cole – Pharma Cosmetics Technical Manager – SGS North America Inc.

Andrew Cole is the Pharma Cosmetics Technical Manager for SGS North America Inc. with over 23 years of Quality/Regulatory and solutions based compliance. He has extensive experience in GMP Manufacturing & Regulatory Requirements. As a skilled QMS Auditor, he can leverage QMS data to establish baselines used for trending, forecasting and eventual predictive analytics.

He possesses 7 years of developing complex global supply chain compliance solutions (2nd party audit schemes) pertaining, but not limited to, sustainability, CSR, EH&S, quality, legal, ethical, and regulatory. His expertise is also in the application of ISO 9001, ISO 13485, Canadian Medical Device Regulations, FDA 21CFR’s, European Directives for Medical Devices, Cosmetics and Pharmaceuticals, CE Marking, ISO 22716, ISO 13485, GDP, EFfCI, EXCiPACT, ISO 15378.

While working for multiple international companies, he has successfully completed major projects to Remediate/Eliminate Deficiencies/Gaps in management systems based on evidence gleaned from internal audits and externally assessed findings, i.e, 483’s, Warning Letters, etc.

Mathias Fleury – Global Marketing Support Manager – Givaudan Active Beauty

Mathias Fleury is the Global Marketing Support Manager for Givaudan Active Beauty, creating a link between the science and technical knowledge from the R&D department, and the creativity and marketing tools needed by the sales network to best communicate to the final customers.

Mr. Fleury holds an M.S. in Colloidal Science, with a specialization in Cosmetics, from the French National Superior School for Chemistry (ENSCL), in Lille.

Before joining Givaudan Active Beauty, he was Technical Marketing Manager and Worldwide Business Developer for an analytical equipment manufacturer, dedicated specifically to the cosmetic industry.

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