Sustainability in medical technology, as in all industries, is increasingly no longer an option. It’s not a question of “if” – it’s a question of “how”. This seminar will give you an in depth understanding of what sustainability options exist, what the benefits are, what drives them, and how to choose which will work for your company. It will also provide practical advice on how to implement change.
Sustainability in medical technology, as in all industries, is increasingly no longer an option. It’s not a question of “if” – it’s a question of “how”. This seminar will give you an in depth understanding of what sustainability options exist, what the benefits are, what drives them and how to choose which will work for your company. It will also provide practical advice on how to implement change.
Medical industry leaders, sustainability leaders, product owners, manufacturing managers and design heads, business development managers and anyone interested in sustainable design and manufacture.
Cormac O'Prey is Principal and Director in the Kestrel Consultancy
He has experience in effective Business Development, Project
Management and Product Development, with proven innovation capability. As part
of the Kestrel Consultancy Group Ltd., he works on technology and product
development projects with a range of UK-based and multi-national client
In his role as a BSi BS8887 committee member and project lead on the sustainable medical devices subcommittee, he contributes to steering
international standards and best practice on design for manufacture, assembly,
disassembly and end of life - vital for developing our capacity to respond to
the demands of circular / spiral economy and optimise our resources in an increasingly
His specialist capabilities include: Development of
strategic partnerships with multiple international organisations including
customers, manufacturers, users, financiers, and regulatory bodies; Product
development in diverse industrial sectors including Smart Grid and Smart
Metering, Medical Devices, Industrial, Consumer and other industries including
project management, risk analysis, technical review, etc.
He has a special interest in technology transfer and
innovation with a focus on sustainable design and manufacture, and lectures at ARU Cambridge in Global Busines Environment and International Strategy, and Engineering Design.
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25 April 2024
09:00-17:00 UK (London)
Course code 13779
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The speaker was passionate and knowledgeable about his work. The content was good, although tailored more to the beginner in sustainability. The presentation was good, slides were manageable (not too wordy etc). The regulatory and case studies were interesting, as well as remanufacturing.
Jan 24 2023
Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Renishaw plc
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