NSF International has announced it will be exhibiting at the free-to-attend Making Pharmaceuticals Europe exhibition and conference.

Taking place from 13 March to 14 March in Brussels, Belgium, the exhibition features companies that are fundamental to every stage of the lifecycle of a pharmaceutical product. The conference covers the major topics and issues facing the pharmaceutical industry in Europe.

Join NSF International for a coffee and a chat at stand 229. The company is also going to be having an open discussion on ‘How the Mighty Fall’.

You’ll also learn more about NSF International’s pharma biotech services, including it’s world-class regulatory and compliance consulting, auditing and training on a global basis.

In addition, NSF International’s vice-president of pharma biotech John Johnson will present the session Modifying Human Behaviour for Perpetual Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Compliance on the 14 March at 11:30am.

John will speak about how world-class firms set the culture, communication strategy and management style to ensure GMP is followed even when supervisors are not watching, and how organisations can use studies of human behaviour to reduce the risk of error, non-compliance and poor decision-making. John will also speak about how organisations can simplify the whole process of GMP compliance.