Evaluation of Anti-microbial Protection and Guidelines on Stability Testing of a Comestic Product




12th October, Thursday
2:00pm to 5:00pm

Singapore Manufacturing Federation 2985 Jalan Bukit Merah Singapore 159 457 Classroom E1.4 (Level 1)

SYNOPSIS

The Biomedical Standards Industry Series consists of a series of in-depth briefing sessions/workshops for biomedical-related companies that are interested and ready for standards implementation. These workshops will cover new and existing standards. Alongside with the long-term strategy towards industry transformation and improving productivity, standards implementation is another pathway towards improving company’s productivity, branding, economic competitiveness and assisting its foray into international markets.

The first part of the workshop looks at the evaluation of the anti-microbial protection of a cosmetic product through standards (e.g. ISO 11930:2012) which comprises of a preservation efficacy test and a procedure for evaluating the overall anti-microbial protection of at least a moderate risk cosmetic product.

The second part looks at the guidelines on stability testing of a cosmetic product to ensure that a new or modified product meets the intended physical, chemical and microbiological quality standards as well as functionality and aesthetics when stored under appropriate conditions.

 

Who Should Attend

  • Quality and regulatory officers
  • Clinical researchers and research scientists
  • Laboratory managers and technical officers

 

How Will I Benefit

  • Understand the standard development process of cosmetic standards
  • How to evaluate anti-microbial protection of a cosmetic product
  • Understand the guidelines on stability testing of a cosmetic product
     


OBJECTIVES

Participants will understand the procedures involved in evaluating the anti-microbial protection and the different types of stability tests required for a cosmetic product.



ADMINISTRATIVE DETAILS

Programme is tentative and is subject to change at the sole discretion of Singapore Manufacturing Federation.

Should you require further information or assistance, kindly contact Edwin Tan at

68263117



Edwin Tan
edwin.tan@smf-sdo.org.sg