Bioscience Association Manitoba Announces Report Identifying Risks to the Supply Chain of PPE In Manitoba

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WINNIPEG, Manitoba, September 17, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bioscience Association Manitoba (BAM) announced the publication of a new report designed to identify and understand the risks to the supply chain for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in Manitoba.

Data was collected from relevant respondents in two interview phases to gain a better insight into supply chain management risk mitigation for PPE masks in Manitoba. The first phase focused on health care and academia, while the second phase focused on business and manufacturing.

Data collected from these interviews were categorized to find recurring themes and uncover gaps and risk points in Manitoba’s processes.

Recommendations for how to move forward accompanied the resulting data.

  1. Remove Barriers to Clinical Validation

  2. Create Partnerships with Academia to Support Manufacturing Innovation

  3. Innovate and Mitigate Risk in the Supply Chain

About Bioscience Association Manitoba

We help our members connect, grow, and thrive by offering high-caliber events, world-class training sessions, and endless opportunities for business development. Our prairie landscape, plentiful resources, and world-class facilities enable bioscience companies to thrive. Our role within this industry is to help connect companies, enable businesses to reach beyond their borders, and provide organizations with resources to accomplish their goals.

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Contacts

Myles Tiessen
Marketing & Communications Coordinator
204 272-5043
myles@biomb.ca

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