Six tips to gain the edge and meet your goals.
This guide identifies important factors to consider when selecting a disinfectant for use in a cleanroom or similar controlled environment and recommends test methods suitable for evaluating disinfectants. The proper selection of disinfecting agents combined with in-house qualification testing is a key element to a successful disinfection program.
Where viable contamination is an issue, organisms can find ways to “outsmart” the cleaning agent, so disinfectants are typically rotated every 30 days. Perhaps in part because organisms are adaptable, the emphasis is on guidance documents.
To successfully navigate workplace conflict, managers must be able to confront team members in a positive, productive manner. Whatever the situation, whether two people are actively quarreling, or whether one person’s behavior is impacting the entire work culture, a manager must be able to step in, take charge and do so in a way that does not contribute to the drama.
Foot traffic, highway traffic, air conditioner blowers, and furnaces are just a few of the sources that can interfere with vibration-sensitive equipment and experiments. Conversely, shakers can create unwanted vibration. Using a sprung platform could mitigate the problems.
In today’s corporate world, leaders need excellent communication skills. To remain effective, leaders need near perfect communication skills regardless of their own communication type. Understanding the style of the person you are communicating with can make the difference between getting your message across and getting it across well.
Internal audits should not be an annual event but timed around work schedules and focused on critical areas.
Generics make up more than 80% of drugs dispensed in the U.S. The proposed change strives for greater patient safety.
Successful high-performance cleaning processes benefit from following a well-designed plan.
An expansion that includes portable and micro-cleanrooms creates flexible and economical space for a precision molding facility.
A case study of a food processing plant highlights how doors can help shut out pathogens.
The selection of an ESD floor covering begins with an evaluation of the activities to be performed in the space but doesn’t end there.
The challenges of cleanroom design, construction, and certification focus on minimizing contamination risks.
Letter from the Editor - January 2014