REGULATORY AND APPLIED TOXICOLOGY

Module 1: OEL and PDE derivation for pharmaceutical ingredients

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Date: 16/03/2022 - 16/03/2022
Location: Online
Language: English

This two-hour online module addresses the pharmaceutical industry. We will define the terms Occupational Exposure Limit (OEL) and Permitted Daily Exposure (PDE) and explain their use for different purposes. This will include guidance on how to collect data, methods for deriving OEL and PDE, and relevant guidelines. We will also explain how to handle candidates for active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) with very sparse data and the OEB (Occupational Exposure Banding) system.

 


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