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Camp Victory, which is located in Millville, Pennsylvania, operates camps for children with special needs and children who live with chronic health disadvantages including spina bifida, autism and cancer. In 2007, West donated the funding and manpower needed to build a wheel-chair accessible tree house and has maintained an affiliation with the camp ever since. So when Camp Victory sent out a call for fundraising as part of its 2013 Corporate Sponsorship Program, West was pleased to become a Corporate Partner with a donation of $25,000.
“West has had many years of friendship with Camp victory, and the Pennsylvania plants have continued to support the camp through donations of time and money,” said Dave Bergerstock, Senior Director of Operations, Americas. Dave also serves on Camp Victory’s Board of Directors. “We’re very pleased to become a Corporate Partner as part of the 2013 Partnership Fundraising campaign, and look forward to continuing to support Camp Victory as much and as often as we can.”
During the 2007 West without Border campaign, West employees around the world donated an impressive $240,000 to help build the tree house, while more than 115 employees helped construct the house over the course of eight weeks. Since then, West’s Pennsylvania locations have lent a helping hand not only to maintain the tree house, but also to provide fundraising for the Camp through the annual West without Borders campaign.
Camp Victory is hoping to raise more than $100,000 from regional businesses to benefit campers this year. For more information about Camp Victory, visit http://campvictory.org.
Take an in-depth look at the science behind containment & delivery of injectable medicines in the West Knowledge Center.
<p><span>The overall quality of a final drug product depends on the components of its packaging and delivery systems. The use of visually inspected components reduces the risk of defective components and helps ensure patient safety.</span></p>
The revision to the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) General Chapter <1> Injections, Labeling on Ferrules and Cap Overseals standard becomes official on December 1, 2013. The revision will limit printing to <span style="text-decoration: underline;">only</span> cautionary statements on the top surface of the ferrule or cap overseal of a vial containing an injectable drug product sold within the United States. Seals with the embossed “Flip-Off” or printed with other non-cautionary labeling will not be compliant with this new standard.
Today’s business environment demands a seamless and continual transition of digital experience to conduct business and engage various stakeholders in the same way we conduct the rest of our lives outside work. The experience expectation is consistent across devices of choice from phones to tablets to laptops. That’s why West partners with the world’s top pharmaceutical, biotech, device and diagnostic companies to embrace technology that supports the patients they serve with online resources and tools to better manage their health. In turn, we’re looking to support our customers with digital tools to help speed the research and development process of bringing life-saving medicines to patients that need them.
Moving can be tough business. When West relocated its global headquarters to a new facility in Exton, Pennsylvania, associates had a lot of cleaning to do. Efforts were made to recycle business materials that were no longer needed in our newer, greener location.
Recently, our Dublin, Ireland facility won the 2017 “Green Pharmaceutical Award” – a long-standing benchmark of excellence for those demonstrating best green practices in Ireland. Winners were announced at the Green Awards ceremony on February 21, 2017.