Cleanroom Management – From a Microbial Perspective
Why Should You Attend:
Consequences of not adequately managing cleanrooms are many, however the most critical is causing harm to the patient.
This session will start with a discussion on designing the cleanroom per product requirements. Additionally, you will understand the risk posed by inappropriate flows which can affect cleanroom environment. You will learn how to qualify the cleanroom by objectively evaluating the functioning capabilities of the HVAC system to meet pre-determined criteria - classification of cleanroom, acceptable levels of total particulate counts, viable particulate count, air flow rates, difference pressure, temperature, and humidity.
The presenter will provide a scientific risk based approach to cleanroom management as a sure way to ensure production of contamination free products that are safe for human use.
The objective of this session is to create an awareness about cleanroom management among those who work in cleanrooms so that the productivity can be increased by reducing contamination.
Areas Covered in the Seminar:
Discussion on facility design as the first step.
Cleanroom qualification – the measure for cleanrooms's capabilities.
Material and personnel flows – points to consider.